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Samsung PS42A456P 42" HD Ready Digital Plasma TV - ONLY £482.27 Delivered @ Dixons

£482.27 @ Dixons
Use FEB2 code to get it for £482.27 Delivered Combining beautiful design with cutting edge technology, the Samsung PS42A456P 42" HD Ready Digital Plasma TV offers the ultimate flat panel experience… Read More
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Use FEB2 code to get it for £482.27 Delivered

Combining beautiful design with cutting edge technology, the Samsung PS42A456P 42" HD Ready Digital Plasma TV offers the ultimate flat panel experience with a stunning 42" Plasma screen. Perfect for sports lovers, the PS-42A456P provides Samsungs unique Sports Mode that optimises fast moving colour images and includes Filterbright technology to prevent unwanted reflection.

The Samsung PS42A456P 42" HD Ready Plasma TV features DNIe+ technology to enhance the contrast and detail of images to produce an intense true-to-life viewing experience, whilst Samsungs Trusurround offers a real cinema like sound sensation. The PS 42A 456 P also incorporates 3 HDMI connections, so you can link all your HD devices to your Plasma TV.

The built-in digital receiver PS42A456P 42" HD Ready Digital Plasma TV means you can access all the current Freeview channels and includes Fastnet to allow faster and easier access to Ceefax and Teletext information services.

* HD Ready 720P/1080i
* Built In Digtial TV Tuner
* 20,000 : 1 Dynamic Contrast
* DNIe + Image technology
* SRS Trusurround
* 3x HDMI Connections
* 2x SCART Connections
* 1x Component Connections
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#1
good price if people still want plasma tvs
#2
£479.95 at Richer Sounds. Not delivered, but with a Richer Sounds local to me, I know who I'd rather buy from.

Good price though, heat + rep.
#3
remote_shopping
good price if people still want plasma tvs


Why wouldn't people still want plasma TVs? Isn't that like saying if people still want Blu Ray players.
#4
remote_shopping
good price if people still want plasma tvs


I know, imagine wanting better viewing angles, better contrast and brighter colours. Bunch of idiots aren't they?
#5
Richer Sounds also have them, which is another advantage they have over Dixons, who dream up their TV promotions then fail to supply.
banned#6
I got this TV its very good!
#7
Need to kow would you get this or would get a 40" lcd for near 600+

i hear the sound on samsung arent great either!
#8
alfie786
Need to kow would you get this or would get a 40" lcd for near 600+

i hear the sound on samsung arent great either!


I had a LCD , went to plasma, and i'm not going back, colours and motion handled much much better, in saying that it does have its cons such as image retention, but if your sensible you wouldnt have any such problems
#9
jemo
I had a LCD , went to plasma, and i'm not going back, colours and motion handled much much better, in saying that it does have its cons such as image retention, but if your sensible you wouldnt have any such problems



SAME HERE :thumbsup:

I had a Sony 42" LCD and replaced it with a Pio 42" and Oh My GOD the difference in colours, and brightness!!

I do however have a 32" Toshiba LCD, which I am happy with.
#10
jemo;4461178
I had a LCD , went to plasma, and i'm not going back, colours and motion handled much much better, in saying that it does have its cons such as image retention, but if your sensible you wouldnt have any such problems


What's 'image retention' ... and why is that bad plus why if we are sensible we won't have this problem?
#11
a7awo
What's 'image retention' ... and why is that bad plus why if we are sensible we won't have this problem?


image retention is when if a static high contrast image (or if the tv is set to a high contract level) can still remain on the screen as a "ghost image" , after the picture changes / tele is turned off. Its bad because if its left like that for hours on end it can cause whats known as screen burn , which is when the image permantley burns into the screen, if your sensible with your tele in the first 200 hours or so of use you can minimise image retention by lowering contrast, brightness, or ideally as i have, putting the tele into "cinema mode". screen burn, as described above, can happen at any time if the screen is left static for hours on end
#12
I have this TV which I bought from Dixons about 8 months ago. I am very happy with it.

The TV default picture settings are far to bright out of the box and need to be adjusted. I find the sound ok for normal use but it isnt fantastic. Nothing that would disappoint you anyway.
#13
Shame it doesn't do 1080P ... ?
#14
emad
SAME HERE :thumbsup:

I had a Sony 42" LCD and replaced it with a Pio 42" and Oh My GOD the difference in colours, and brightness!!

I do however have a 32" Toshiba LCD, which I am happy with.


Snap - Sony 40V4000 to LG 42PG6000 - no competition. Better SD, better colours, better motion. No competition IMO. And this Sammy is pretty good too, my mum has it and it's adept at most things you throw at it.
#15
Lakeside
Richer Sounds also have them, which is another advantage they have over Dixons, who dream up their TV promotions then fail to supply.


Dixons have these for delivery within 14 days near me, although I would also go with Richer Sounds given the choice.

Worth noting that the guys in our local Richer Sounds were saying that the LG they sell for £20 more is far superior to this Samsung...

I would also agree that for Films and Sport, plasma's are better than the equivalent priced LCD's. (Only get an LCD if you're using for gaming).
#16
a7awo;4465746
Shame it doesn't do 1080P ... ?


A 720p plasma will produce a better picture than a 1080p lcd at the same screen size/cost. Resolution isn't that critical at this price range, other image quality factors come first (mainly contrast).
#17
:oops:
How good is this offer compared to the toshiba 42'' full high definition LCD?
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5367188.htm?tag=HP1_main1a
#18
n1ragab2004
:oops:
How good is this offer compared to the toshiba 42'' full high definition LCD?
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5367188.htm?tag=HP1_main1a


http://www.reevoo.com/reviews/mpn/samsung/ps42a456p#reviewsFilter

The answer really lies with you... if your going to watch SD or HD then its Plasma in my view. From more than 7 ft away with a 42" screen full definition makes no difference unless you've got eyes like the proverbial?:whistling:
#19
These LCD v Plasma arguments are even more boring than the PC v MAC arguments!
#20
I have a Samsung plasma which is still superior by a long way for standard TV compared to my friend's LCD (also a Samsung). I wasn't expecting much on the sound quality front with the plasma but I have to say it's absolutely excellent, but again that's compared to an LCD which was just okay. I suppose I have to be realistic too and say that there are so many makes and models it's hard to say which one is better unless you are directly comparing them, but I will say that mine is a couple of years old now and has stood the test of time very well indeed. Bargain, voted hot.
#21
thanks:thumbsup:
#22
williegofar
These LCD v Plasma arguments are even more boring than the PC v MAC arguments!


Thing is though, there is a difference here. Its a general concensus that a HD ready plasma will give a much finer picture than a large majority of LCDs making this television good value for money.

As stated above the 42PG3000 from LG is a better option, with much better sound for basically the same price.
#23
Plasma V LCD - All the reviews I've read firmly prefer Plasma at over 40" and LCD under 40"
Having had both I agree, I also have this TV and it's brilliant with the Samsung Soundbar attached via HDMI.
#24
I am lost with this 720/1080 malarky!! We watch tele through virginmedia, have a wii and hubby watches footy on it - should i be getting a lcd or plasma? 720 or 1080? (thinking of 37-42inch)
Really considering going for this....
#25
marty
Why wouldn't people still want plasma TVs? Isn't that like saying if people still want Blu Ray players.


thats kinds silly to say that, ive seen better picture quality on a plasma than a lcd and im not changing my plasma for lcd yet....and what is the alternative to blu ray???? wot are u on holographic dvds already...lol
#26
I have this TV and ts awesome, my 360 and sky+ look fantastic on it, in my opinion Samsung do some of the best LCD/plasma TV's for the money.
#27
williegofar;4466206
These LCD v Plasma arguments are even more boring than the PC v MAC arguments!


They might be to YOU, but, for those of us who are in the market for a new TV they are very informative! :x If you were buying a car wouldn't you be interested in a debate that compared your top two choices? :roll:
#28
wewontgetfooleda;4468284
thats kinds silly to say that, ive seen better picture quality on a plasma than a lcd and im not changing my plasma for lcd yet....and what is the alternative to blu ray???? wot are u on holographic dvds already...lol


It's not silly; Marty was responding to this post:

remote_shopping;4460532
good price if people still want plasma tvs


which WAS silly! :roll:
#30


That website looks fake, i would never buy from there.

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