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Samsung LED 40" from Richersounds £989.90

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
This is the samsung 7020 series LED with a 5 year extended warranty which has collection from house in the event of fault.
Price: £1049.95
5 year warranty: £89.95
Samsung cashback= -£150 (ends on 24th Dec'09. Ensure the invoice is dated on or before 24/12/2009, Details http://www.samsung.com/uk/eco/)
Final price: £989.90
Please note the list of retailers excluded from samsung offer: http://www.samsung.com/uk/eco/notincluded.html
URL: http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/samsung/ue40b7020/sams-le40b7020

You might find cheaper deals on the internet but bear in mind when the TV is faulty
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#1
Folks, this tv is £1200 on play so not a bad deal for a 40" LED TV. Why vote cold?
#2
stevieglesga
Folks, this tv is £1200 on play so not a bad deal for a 40" LED TV. Why vote cold?


maybe cos the tv is absolute rubbish.
iv seen the picture quality myself and it really is poor. not to mention its not even pure led. its mirrored!
#3
Don't let this LED nonsense fool you into being charged way over the odds. It's only a different way of lighting the panel [pandering to the 'green' brigade] as it won't use a s much energy - so they say.....

Me? I'm sticking with rich power consuming, hand warming luxury of good old plasma :p
#4
Faythur
Don't let this LED nonsense fool you into being charged way over the odds. It's only a different way of lighting the panel [pandering to the 'green' brigade] as it won't use a s much energy - so they say.....

Me? I'm sticking with rich power consuming, hand warming luxury of good old plasma :p


well im using the new range panasonics and the power consumsion is now as low as the lcd's:thumbsup:

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