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SAMSUNG PS50B430 50" PLASMA TV £549.99 @ Argos

irshybar Avatar
7y, 3w agoFound 7 years, 3 weeks ago
SAMSUNG 50" PLASMA TV IN ARGOS, so many 50" tele deals coming through, thought i'd get in on the act, please feel free to expire if repost, checked on the search facility not very good,
check the blurb on the argos website for all the details.


Television Picture Quality:

* High Definition Ready.

* Integrated digital (Freeview).

* 50in (127cm) widescreen TV with 127cm visible screen size.

* Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.

* 100Hz.

* Contrast ratio 2,000,000:1 dynamic.

* DNNIe+ image enhancement.

* Viewing angle free.

* Progressive scan.


Connectivity:

* 2 HDMI sockets.

* 1 SCART socket.

* Component video socket.

* Composite.

* Optical connection.

* AV socket (side).


Sound Quality:

* SRS TruSurround HD sound system.

* 2 x 10W RMS power output.

* Dolby Digital Plus sound processor.


Freeview Features:

* 8 day Electronic Programme Guide.

* Top Up TV compatible.

* CI slot.


Additional Features:

* Teletext.

* Fastext.

* Auto setup.

* Auto search tuner.

* Auto search sorting.

* Auto search labelling.

* Sleep timer.

* Child lock.

* Remote control requires 2 x AAA batteries (included).

* 230V AC mains operated.

* Size of TV (H)75.5, (W)123, (D)7.3cm.

* Weight of TV 31.8kg (unpackaged).

* Complete with tabletop stand.

* Size of TV with stand (H)81.7, (W)123, (D)31.6cm.

* Weight of TV with stand 35.5kg.

* Suitable for wall mounting (brackets not included).

* Standby power consumption less than 0.3 watts.
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#2
can some one fix the go to deal link, thanks
#3
£50 cheaper @ Richer Sounds
#4
i dont want to start a 720 v 1080p but I really wouldn't buy a screen this large without 1080p, unless you are lucky enough to live in a mansion !
banned#5
checkley73
i dont want to start a 720 v 1080p but I really wouldn't buy a screen this large without 1080p, unless you are lucky enough to live in a mansion !

I just bought a 50" 720p Panasonic, TX-P50X10 for under £600 and don't see any scan lines. In fact I'm astounded at just how good it is even on SD and sitting just 2.5m away from the set.
1 Like #6
checkley73
i dont want to start a 720 v 1080p but I really wouldn't buy a screen this large without 1080p, unless you are lucky enough to live in a mansion !


why?
unless you're watching Blu rays, then you're not watching in 1080p

this sort of comment proves how little people know about TV resolution and whats broadcast in what size.
marketing hype is what people believe.
its 1080p, it must be the best.....
#7
whizzkid
£50 cheaper @ Richer Sounds


yes it is, but limited stock in richer sounds, most towns and cities dont always have a richer sound, argos is pretty much everywhere.
#8
slackrat77
why?
unless you're watching Blu rays, then you're not watching in 1080p

this sort of comment proves how little people know about TV resolution and whats broadcast in what size.
marketing hype is what people believe.
its 1080p, it must be the best.....


Well said....
#9
whizzkid
£50 cheaper @ Richer Sounds


If they have it instock! Is it the same model?
#10
Just wondering where did you get the TX-P50X10 for under £600?
#11
slackrat77
why?
unless you're watching Blu rays, then you're not watching in 1080p

this sort of comment proves how little people know about TV resolution and whats broadcast in what size.
marketing hype is what people believe.
its 1080p, it must be the best.....


this is exactly why I bought 1080p, and you really have no idea what I do or don't know - so maybe you should ask first, before making stupid comments that I would normally expect to come from a child.
#12
Uridium
Well said....


another one
#13
dont waste your money on this tat.. wait for LED's to become cheaper
#14
u dont buy a 50" tv to watch SD tv and movies,
u buy it for HD tv and bluray hidef gaming.

be stupid to buy a tv this big without 1080p,on a 32" its stupid to buy 1080p,but 50" come on,u need it.

ps3,xbox 360,upscaling systems all output 1080p and do it bloody well,

1 other thing is its 100htz, 3d requires over this(about 120),the reason alot of sub 120hz tvs are dropping in price,because 3d is the next thing and coming very very very soon,all ready here in a way.
i would get 200hz tv minimum, future proof yourself for at least a few years
#15
I'd want 1080p at this size too, for blu-rays and for future proofing.
#16
checkley73
this is exactly why I bought 1080p, and you really have no idea what I do or don't know - so maybe you should ask first, before making stupid comments that I would normally expect to come from a child.


To get the best out of a TV over its full life, you should really be thinking about 1080p. Yes at the moment 1080p may only be blu-ray and PS3 games, but by goodness you are missing out not watching it in full res. You're paying for the blu-ray disc, what's the point in only seeing half the data on it?

Plus you'll never know what you will be watching 10 years from now...
#17
u not be watching this tv in 10 years lol,it be dead power boards are a known fault in sammys lol,best of it samsung wont admit there is a fault within the powerboard resistor
#18
UpYours2
I just bought a 50" 720p Panasonic, TX-P50X10 for under £600 and don't see any scan lines. In fact I'm astounded at just how good it is even on SD and sitting just 2.5m away from the set.



50X10 for <600 where from please?
#19
I like how everyone makes out 1080 is hardly any different from 720. when actually 720 is even nearer to SD (576) than it is to 1080. Why is going from 576 to 720 considered a huge leap in quality but 720 to 1080 is not? Fact is, for a huge screen like this, that extra picture information does make a difference. Granted most HD might be 720 at the moment, but that will change over time. We already have bluerays giving you full 1080p, thats reason enough to get it IMO.
#20
In the next 3 (and quite possibly 5+) years, no television company in the world will be able to broadcast at 1080p....

My view in the 720/1080 debate is that unless you watch a hell of a lot of blu-rays or are a big (full HD) gamer, then it isn't worth the extra to get a 1080p set.
#21
Derriere
Just wondering where did you get the TX-P50X10 for under £600?


Quite a few of us got that Very deal which, after Quidco, will have cost us... £390 including delivery ;-)
#22
siliconbits
Quite a few of us got that Very deal which, after Quidco, will have cost us... £390 including delivery ;-)


so were did you get this deal???:oops:
#23
There's a reason it's cheaper than you'd think.







No 1080P,
welldone.
:-D


But in all honesty, why would you get a TV at this size without it?
banned#24
Id rather pay £50 more and get it in 1080 p
#25
ohitsaidwalker
50X10 for <600 where from please?


Think this is it :-

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/514364/panasonic-viera-txp50x10-50-inch-hd
#26
Jelly Bean
dont waste your money on this tat.. wait for LED's to become cheaper


You do know why LEDs are backlighting changes right?

LED are used to overcome bleeding of the light on normal LCD screens. This deal is a Plasma, which don't suffer from LCD bleeding. Dont fall for the marketing hype, plasmas have been doing what LED LCDs have just started doing.

IMO you shouldn't buy non-1080p of this size, it doesnt make sense. HD will become available for the masses within a few years, and 1080p is needed for 50".
#27
Rather 1080 too...seems like 50" 720 screens are going at this rate anyway and when looking at 1080 need to add at least another £100-200..
#28
russell07
To get the best out of a TV over its full life, you should really be thinking about 1080p. Yes at the moment 1080p may only be blu-ray and PS3 games, but by goodness you are missing out not watching it in full res. You're paying for the blu-ray disc, what's the point in only seeing half the data on it?

Plus you'll never know what you will be watching 10 years from now...


Muppet - No one keeps a tV 10 years
#29
belovedmonster
I like how everyone makes out 1080 is hardly any different from 720. when actually 720 is even nearer to SD (576) than it is to 1080. Why is going from 576 to 720 considered a huge leap in quality but 720 to 1080 is not? Fact is, for a huge screen like this, that extra picture information does make a difference. Granted most HD might be 720 at the moment, but that will change over time. We already have bluerays giving you full 1080p, thats reason enough to get it IMO.


1080p will not be broadcast in the near future - if you don't have a PS3 or Blu ray then you don't need it.
#30
manbearpig
You do know why LEDs are backlighting changes right?

LED are used to overcome bleeding of the light on normal LCD screens. This deal is a Plasma, which don't suffer from LCD bleeding. Dont fall for the marketing hype, plasmas have been doing what LED LCDs have just started doing.

IMO you shouldn't buy non-1080p of this size, it doesnt make sense. HD will become available for the masses within a few years, and 1080p is needed for 50".


you know what a double negative is? :thinking:
#31
irshybar
yes it is, but limited stock in richer sounds, most towns and cities dont always have a richer sound, argos is pretty much everywhere.


and "Some may be ex-display, please call the store showing stock for details"
banned 1 Like #32
ah! you can't beat a t.v. deal to instigate people talking such utter tripe, it's like listening to an 18 year old sales rep at Currys, uniformed to say the least!
#33
bulkomuff
ah! you can't beat a t.v. deal to instigate people talking such utter tripe, it's like listening to an 18 year old sales rep at Currys, uniformed to say the least!


Do share your expertise with us all. This is what the site is about. :thumbsup:
#34
gareds1
so were did you get this deal???:oops:


i think they got it in their dreams
#35
whizzkid
£50 cheaper @ Richer Sounds

but not available online
#36
davt99
1080p will not be broadcast in the near future - if you don't have a PS3 or Blu ray then you don't need it.


Who buys a 50 inch screen with the intention of never watching bluerays or gaming on it? If you do then you are wasting your money.
#37
belovedmonster
Who buys a 50 inch screen with the intention of never watching bluerays or gaming on it? If you do then you are wasting your money.

For watching TV and movies. Just as well we don't need you to tell us what to do.
slackrat77
why?
unless you're watching Blu rays, then you're not watching in 1080p

this sort of comment proves how little people know about TV resolution and whats broadcast in what size.
marketing hype is what people believe.
its 1080p, it must be the best.....

Playing 360 games, playing PS3 games, watching BBC HD and other HD broadcasts (1080i), HD-DVD, .mkv files, PC gaming, PC usage.
#38
anyone seen any good 32" at around 249, i know Richers got hitachi but not got freeview
#39
bulkomuff
ah! you can't beat a t.v. deal to instigate people talking such utter tripe, it's like listening to an 18 year old sales rep at Currys, uniformed to say the least!


uniformed you say?

i should hope so to or he/she would be naked
#40
Tractorboyo
In the next 3 (and quite possibly 5+) years, no television company in the world will be able to broadcast at 1080p....

My view in the 720/1080 debate is that unless you watch a hell of a lot of blu-rays or are a big (full HD) gamer, then it isn't worth the extra to get a 1080p set.


i guarrantee u that 1080p tv is with us in less than 2 years.
xbox 360 and ps3 already streams 1080p

sat,fibre optic lines will be used by every compnay by end of 2010,BT ready to open theres before spring i think i read other week.

sky already doing alot of 720p and so is virgin,
there is lots of on demand HD too

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