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This same tv is £385 at Currys and £429+ elsewhere including Argos ....

* 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
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There’s no excuse anymore for leaving all those great digital pictures and videos in your cameras. All you need with the Samsung HDTV is a USB connection cord. Just plug it in then instantly play. It even works for your music collection, so now anytime is showtime.

600Hz subfiled motion
Ever notice how with plasma screens, motions can get a little jerky? Unless you happen to be looking at one of Samsung's new plasma TVs. Every frame is seamlessly smooth because we put 10 full subfields into each frame. That's 600Hz. So contours are crisper, scrolling text sharper and the juddering issue is finally put to rest.

Every angle is right with Clear Image Panel
Amazing picture quality can’t exist with blurring on your screen. That’s why we developed Clear Image Panel for our new plasma TVs. It uses a film filter instead of conventional glass to eliminate layered images and produce ones that are ultra-clear and blur-free from almost every angle.

Mega Dynamic Contrast (PDP)
Getting a true cinematic experience used to mean going to the cinema. But with Mega Dynamic Contrast Ratio true cinematic clarity comes to plasmas. Every frame is saturated with dense, rich colour. Blacks have more depth and the whites are unbelievably pristine. The only thing missing is a large head blocking your view.

Response Time 0.0001ms
It's hard to beat the speed of light. That's how fast our plasma screens respond to each new image. 0.001 ms is all it takes for each pixel to re-generate clear, crisp, robust colors. That's why there's no blur or ghosting in the picture. And there's less strain on your eyes. You can't beat that.

Wide Colour Enhancer
Capturing nature is the goal of an artist. We've achieved it as well with our Wide Colour Enhancer. Our unique 3D colour stretching technology saturates each pixel until it achieves the true colour and luminescence intended by nature. So every colour on the RGB spectrum is brought to life. It is a work of art.


Anynet+

Take the drama out of enjoying your home theatre. Anynet+ delivers one-touch control for all compatible SAMSUNG audio and video devices connected via HDMI. Now one touch is all it takes instead of a coffee table full of remotes.

3 HDMI
All it takes is one cable to connect your TV to your other audio and video sources. Our HDMI slot allows you to import all kinds of content without compression including pictures and videos from your digital camcorders and multimedia PCs. Now enjoying it all on a wide HD screen couldn't be easier.

Light controlling, energy saving
Samsung HDTVs are easy on the planet — and on your eyes. Our unique Eco Sensor measures the intensity of the room’s light and automatically calibrates the brightness of the image on the screen. In a brightly lit environment, the picture brightness grows even brighter, and in dim surroundings, brightness is reduced. So now you’re not wasting energy on a bright screen when it isn’t needed. Enjoy the best picture possible with a TV that’s aware of its surroundings.


Edited By: millarcat on Nov 10, 2010 09:24: .
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great find....now if I can just find a reason NOT to buy one....Hotuk means spending lots again....but HOT HOT HOT

Edited By: torby on Nov 10, 2010 09:38
#3
Just bought one, great price, heat added
#4
Is this where I should vote cold as its not Full HD? Just thought I'd get in first.
#5
my mum & dad bought this (think it was the same model as all the specs seem the same) at the weekend from comet online exclusive, using the 5% discount code, they ended up paying the same price including delivery... plus I got £10+ thru quidco for it so good deal for me & they love the tv, well my dad does anyway.
Oh & I got their old 32" flat screen so I'm more than happy :p
#6
I've had this set for a few months, its a 5 star picture and the bonus of built in USB media player is fantastic. (Freeview/Freesat SD is very good) Blu Ray, Freesat HD and upscaled DVD look like a Full HD TV output. But the price is not Full HD price so it's a no brainer! Loads of connections.

The only downside is the Sound, it's not great at all. Down firing speakers with no Bass at all, set up sound through my Hi Fi speaker system using headphone connection on rear of tv (tried optical but just a constant echo!) in the end as I don't have a Home Cinema set up, it sounds a lot better. The other down side is on a bright sunny day or in a brightly lit room theres a mirror reflection from the screen which can be annoying unless you darken the room down. If you don't want to lay out a lot of dosh for a new TV but want a great picture then this is the baby to get and this price at Amazon is a real steal!

Edited By: Wowhats on Nov 10, 2010 10:23: mistake
#7
Wondering what is going on with this TV, pops up on sale everywhere here in Belgium all of a sudden at around 399 Euros - so about the same as advertised here. Reviews are good but I am wondering about that 1024 x 768 (!) native resolution which is just weird.
banned#8
Burgmeister
Is this where I should vote cold as its not Full HD? Just thought I'd get in first.

2nd that
#9
bonus of built in USB media player is fantastic

Great tv, however I cannot work out how to get any movie thumbnails to show up, any ideas anyone??
banned 1 Like #10
Can I just say its £350 at Novatech at the moment, has been for ages
http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/soundandvision/plasmatvs/PS42C450B1.html
#11
Not sure why expired as still in stock at that price.

I love Amazons tech spec details which say "Wireless Remote Control - No",
REALLY, I doubt that, LOL.
Shame it's not full 1080p, which is why I went for the Panasonic S20B (also on HUKD from Amazon last week with a 10% code), but to be fair this is £84 cheaper than that deal was last week.
#12
xela333
Can I just say its £350 at Novatech at the moment, has been for ageshttp://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/soundandvision/plasmatvs/PS42C450B1.html

Wow, even better price. £350 for a 42" good name telly, I'll bet Asda's cheapo brand isn't any cheaper!!
#13
Bought this from M&S for £399. Misprice on website, wanted £599. Phoned and complained and they agreed for the £399 price as long as I purchased there and then on the phone. Great picture and OK not full HD but not far off. I have a philips full HD and it gives a bit of competition. Plus what swayed me was the 5 year free M&S guarantee. More like it.
banned#14
Just noticed no one had set up a thread for the Novatech deal before, here you go http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-c450-42-plasma-tv-350-00-at/797005
banned#15
Sorry to steal your thunder Millarcat
#16
Delivery is £55 from Novatech (pallet delivery). Ok if you can collect though.

xela333
Can I just say its £350 at Novatech at the moment, has been for ageshttp://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/soundandvision/plasmatvs/PS42C450B1.html
#17
Hi all, Has anyone used a game console on this tv ? Any screen burn ?
#18
trevorperks
Hi all, Has anyone used a game console on this tv ? Any screen burn ?
It'll be great with consoles. No screen burn on Plasma these days.
#19
Be aware of problems with faulty plasma displays. Bought a 50" samsung plasma 15 months ago was a great Hotukdeal at the time. One month ago developed green thin vertical lines. Upshot from Samsung faulty display new one £800 but they would waiver this as the set was just out of warranty.
Still had to pay over £100 for rrepair though. Look around forums this is not an uncommon plasma fault, panasonic and samsung owners have suffered, hence (I suggest) the waivering by the manufacturers of the cost of new displays. At least CRTs lasted a few years.
#20
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5295889/Trail/searchtext%3E42+INCH+LCD.htm

This is full HD for an extra £34 hope i've helped someone !! down from £599.99
#21
So do i go for the argos one or this one for Blu ray playing on a PS3 Help.


Edited By: Mansfield193 on Nov 10, 2010 14:24: missed a word out
banned#22
for mainly playing films I'd go with the Hitachi but for games you really need the 600hz of this TV
#23
xela333
Can I just say its £350 at Novatech at the moment, has been for ages
http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/soundandvision/plasmatvs/PS42C450B1.html


says free delivery over £50 but no mention when you checkout?
#24
Pretty Sure this is the same TV I just saw in Tesco Home Store, Bromborough, Wirral for (I think) £299. I was looking at the box to see more detailed info, but there was none, which i thought was odd.
#25
tonyp2020
Pretty Sure this is the same TV I just saw in Tesco Home Store, Bromborough, Wirral for (I think) £299. I was looking at the box to see more detailed info, but there was none, which i thought was odd.


If you did see it for £299.00 then I would, sure as dogs chase cats, be off to Tesco Bromborough this very evening to pick one up..(and I live in north manchester)
I bet it was a 32 inch something or other you actually saw.
#26
If you did see it for £299.00 then I would, sure as dogs chase cats, be off to Tesco Bromborough this very evening to pick one up..(and I live in north manchester)
I bet it was a 32 inch something or other you actually saw.

I am sure it was bigger than a 32". I will check tomorrow and report back.
#27
tonyp2020
If you did see it for £299.00 then I would, sure as dogs chase cats, be off to Tesco Bromborough this very evening to pick one up..(and I live in north manchester)
I bet it was a 32 inch something or other you actually saw.


I am sure it was bigger than a 32". I will check tomorrow and report back.


Heres hoping :)
#28
Post in Haste, get slapped at your leisure.

Sorry, my mistake.
Price is £399. Model is PS42C450B1WXX.
#29
I can't work out how to turn on Freeview on Samsung PS42C450 42-inch 600Hz Widescreen HD Ready Plasma TV with Freeview - help.

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