Samsung PS42C450 42-inch 600Hz Widescreen HD Ready Plasma TV with Freeview £399.50 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Product Features and Technical Details
Product Features
Samsung HD Ready plasma TV with 3 HDMI slots
600Hz subfiled motion for smoother images
0.0001ms response time for pictures with no blurring or ghosting
Clear Image Panel for blur-free viewing from any angle
Wide Colour Enhancer and Mega Dynamic Contrast (PDP) for cinematic clarity and colours
Technical Details


Series
Series: 4

Display
Real Black Filter: No

Video
Screen Size: 42" (107cm)
Resolution: 1024 x 768
1080 FHD Motion: No
600Hz Subfield Motion: Yes
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: Mega DCR
Cinema Smooth: No
Picture Engine: DNIe+
Wide Colour Enhancer: Yes
Film Mode (Cinema Progressive): Yes
Motion Judder Canceller: No
Number of colors(expressed): Natural True Colour (18bit)
100Hz: Yes

Audio
Dolby: Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby pulse
SRS: No
Dts 2.0 + Digital Out: Yes
Sound Output (RMS): 10W x 2
Speaker Type: Down Firing
Woofer: No

Features
Samsung 3D: No
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC): Yes
Auto Channel Search: Yes
Auto Power Off: Yes
Auto Volume Leveler: Yes
BD Wise: No
Caption (Subtitle): No
Clock & On/Off timer: Yes
Allshare (Powerd by DLNA): No
EPG: Yes
Game mode: Yes
[email protected]: No
OSD language: Europe 25 Languages
Picture-in-Picture: 1 Tuner PIP
Sleep Timer: Yes
USB: Movie
WiFi Adaptor Support: No
User Interface: Single Emotion
Personal Video Recorder Ready: No
Still Picture: No
Channel List USB-Clone: Yes
Digital Noise Filter: Yes
Teletext (TTXT): Mega TTX (version)
Power Saving (Hot key): Yes
Screen Burn Protection: Yes
Wireless Remote Control: No

System
DTV Reception (DVB-T/T2/C/S2): DVB - T / C
DTV Tuner Built-in: Yes
MHP/ MHEG (version): No

Input & Output
Audio Out L-R (Mini Jack): No
Component In (Y/Pb/Pr): 1
Composite In (AV): 1 (Side)
Digital Audio Out (Optical): 1
DVI Audio In (Mini Jack): 1 (Common Use for PC Audio Input)
Ethernet (LAN): No
Headphone: 1
HDMI: 3 (Side: 1, Back: 2)
PC Audio In (Mini Jack): 1
PC In (D-sub): 1
RF In: 1
RS232C (AV CONTROL): No
USB: 1 (Side)
CI Slot: 1 (Side)
Scart: 1

DesignSlim Type: Normal
Front Color: Black (Rose Black Gradation)
Light Effect (Deco): No
Stand Type: Square
Swivel (left/right): No

Eco
Peak Luminance Ratio: 70%
Eco Mark: Planet First
Eco Sensor: Yes
Power Supply: AC100 - 240V 50 / 60Hz
Power Consumption (Max.): 200W
Power Consumption (IEC 62087 Edition 2): 135W
Power Consumption (Energy Saving Mode): 90W
Power Consumption (Stand-by): < 0.3W

Dimension
Package Size (WxHxD): 1285 x 745 x 220mm
Set Size (WxHxD) with Stand: 1031 x 695.5 x 284.5mm
Set Size (WxHxD) without Stand: 1031 x 631 x 69.5mm

Weight
Package weight: 24.5kg
Set weight with stand: 19.5kg
Set weight without stand: 17.5kg
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All Comments

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#1
cannot watch 3d tv on this so sad
#2
Ahhh dont be sad......3D will be with us soon eNuf
#3
good price for a big telly
#4
ooooo it's widescreen!
#5
urgh look at the resolution....
#6
see this deal from wajj2004 about same price with free blu ray player.

Edited By: imaxst on Sep 16, 2010 08:24: your text here
#7
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-42-ps42c450-plasma-with-fre/758699

CRAP DEAL. PAY A FEW POUNDS MORE AND YOU GET THE BLU RAY DVD PLAYER FROM M&S!!
#8
KASOOR66
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-42-ps42c450-plasma-with-fre/758699

CRAP DEAL. PAY A FEW POUNDS MORE AND YOU GET THE BLU RAY DVD PLAYER FROM M&S!!
agreed also seen the tv on it own for cheaper too
#9
And the M&S Deal has a free 5 year Warranty!
#10
muoi
urgh look at the resolution....


Resolution isn't everything, thats like saying a 15megapixel camera is better than a 10 which is rubbish. Its how it produces the image that makes the difference, my Pioneer Kuro has this same resolution and for picture quality it blows every LCD out of the water plus even with that resolution it still got many 5 star ratings including whathifi
#11
it would've been way hot....hadn't M&S fudge the BD and 5yr W on theirs!

now the M&S deal has expired..but I'm left reluctant to get it at that price now that I've seen it way cheaper...(£150 cheaper actually considering the price of the BD)
#12
stezo2k
muoi
urgh look at the resolution....
Resolution isn't everything, thats like saying a 15megapixel camera is better than a 10 which is rubbish. Its how it produces the image that makes the difference, my Pioneer Kuro has this same resolution and for picture quality it blows every LCD out of the water plus even with that resolution it still got many 5 star ratings including whathifi

In this day & age there is no reason to have to settle for a low rez screen, 1920 x 1080 is the minimum you should settle for at this screen size no matter how good your old Pioneer Kuro is/was!!
#13
Rips
stezo2k
muoi
urgh look at the resolution....
Resolution isn't everything, thats like saying a 15megapixel camera is better than a 10 which is rubbish. Its how it produces the image that makes the difference, my Pioneer Kuro has this same resolution and for picture quality it blows every LCD out of the water plus even with that resolution it still got many 5 star ratings including whathifi


In this day & age there is no reason to have to settle for a low rez screen, 1920 x 1080 is the minimum you should settle for at this screen size no matter how good your old Pioneer Kuro is/was!!


Utter bulls**t
#14
Im not an expert but I would be put off buying a tele when the native resolution (1024x768) is lower than the spec for 720p (1280x720).
Does this not mean that the tv will have to upscale in the width to fill all those extra pixels resulting in a poorer (albeit hard to tell) picture?

With the price of tvs now, I also think you would be daft to buy a new one which ISNT 1080p.

Edited By: Richyroo on Sep 16, 2010 13:23: Correcting my extremely poor grammar and spelling

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