Samsung PS50C450 50-inch Widescreen HD Ready 600Hz Plasma TV with Freeview £480.80 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Incredible TV for the price with free delivery before Christmas.

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
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#1
Good price but no scart socket :(
#2
shame its only hd ready as 1080p would be nice on a tv of this size, still hot tho!

Edited By: craigthaagensen on Dec 15, 2010 17:16
#3
Does by all acounts have scart connection

Your text here
#4
I paid 540 for the 1080i Samsung 50 inch just over a year ago (the Bennets deal) so this is quite expensive in comparison.
For a 50 inch screen you really need a higher resolution than 'hd ready'
#5
TODDY888 - I hope you have that dog chipped and muzzled :)

Edited By: scoobie on Dec 15, 2010 17:23
banned#6
scoobie
I paid 540 for the 1080i Samsung 50 inch just over a year ago (the Bennets deal) so this is quite expensive in comparison.For a 50 inch screen you really need a higher resolution than 'hd ready'

lol 1080i is also only 'hd ready'
#7
Bully
Good price but no scart socket :(


http://www.cley.org.uk/tv.jpg

Edited By: Rich44 on Dec 15, 2010 17:46
#8
Thanks guys, didnt see scart mentioned in specs,buying this for a friend and need the scart for the freesat box.
#9
scoobie
I paid 540 for the 1080i Samsung 50 inch just over a year ago (the Bennets deal) so this is quite expensive in comparison.
For a 50 inch screen you really need a higher resolution than 'hd ready'


1080p Bennetts deal - how are you getting on with this Plasma m8 as mine has been in for repair 3 times with the dreaded flicker ... Samsung have also been out twice and say it can't be repaired but Currys claim to have fixed it this time!!

Nightmare.:( Did you get a good one??
suspended#10
Bully
Good price but no scart socket :(


I've never heard of a TV without a scart socket, lol (unless you want to go back 20 years i suppose!)
#11
scoobie
I paid 540 for the 1080i Samsung 50 inch just over a year ago (the Bennets deal) so this is quite expensive in comparison.
For a 50 inch screen you really need a higher resolution than 'hd ready'


Silly comment , HD ready means that it won't be HD out of the box i.e you need a blu ray player to view hd or a freeview hd box and so forth.
#12
Not 1080p !!
#13
dandoc2
Not 1080p !!


worst crime EVER!
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Edited By: jonny619447 on Dec 16, 2010 02:06
#15
For all those smart ars3s who commented about 'hd ready'
This is commonly used as a marketing term to sell inferior spec screens to unsuspecting non-technical public, whereas the same company would market the 1080i equivalent as 'Full HD'
So if you fall into that category - please go and buy this 50 incher running 720p - it will make my day.
:p
#16
scoobie
For all those smart ars3s who commented about 'hd ready'
This is commonly used as a marketing term to sell inferior spec screens to unsuspecting non-technical public, whereas the same company would market the 1080i equivalent as 'Full HD'
So if you fall into that category - please go and buy this 50 incher running 720p - it will make my day.
:p


1080p is full hd
suspended#17
craigthaagensen
scoobie
For all those smart ars3s who commented about 'hd ready'
This is commonly used as a marketing term to sell inferior spec screens to unsuspecting non-technical public, whereas the same company would market the 1080i equivalent as 'Full HD'
So if you fall into that category - please go and buy this 50 incher running 720p - it will make my day.
:p


1080p is full hd


This isn't 1080p...

Resolution: 1365 x 768

A 50" TV running 720p, not for me thanks



Edited By: jonny619447 on Dec 16, 2010 20:36
#18
never said it was
#19
50" and not full hd
sorry not hot
#20
parwez
50" and not full hd
sorry not hot


like it really makes a difference.
seriously.

the only things in full HD are blu ray titles, some PS3 games and if you use your TV as a PC monitor.

Sky/Virgin HD is SOMETIMES at 1080i which looks worse than 720p cos of bandwidth issues during broadcast.
most of it is 720p upscaled by the box to match your TV res.

full HD is so over rated.
1 Like #21
slackrat77
parwez
50" and not full hd
sorry not hot

like it really makes a difference.
seriously.
full HD is so over rated.


Sounds like you haven't got a 50 inch full HD TV - shame :(
If you had, and had half reasonable eyesight, you would have noticed the quite amazing difference that it makes watching ITV-HD, BBC-HD, Blueray & MKVs.
-Scoobie
#22
scoobie
slackrat77
parwez
50" and not full hd
sorry not hot

like it really makes a difference.
seriously.
full HD is so over rated.


Sounds like you haven't got a 50 inch full HD TV - shame :(
If you had, and had half reasonable eyesight, you would have noticed the quite amazing difference that it makes watching ITV-HD, BBC-HD, Blueray & MKVs.
-Scoobie


me, no I've got a full HD 50 inch LG pk590, with freeview HD, netcast, homeplugs set up to stream from the PC and Virgin media HD, plus a multi region blu-ray player.
as for the eyesight.....that might be whats letting me down.

thing is, in our store, we have a samsung blu ray set up thru an HDMI splitter one side has the 720p lg pj550, in the middle the samsung 46" LED something series (dont care, hate samsungs) and the right, the lg full HD 50" pk350.
the tv buying public always ask what the difference in between the 2 LG tvs. i point out that one is showing 720p 'HD ready' and the other is showing 1080p Full HD.
the majority can't tell the difference. from a blu ray at Native res and a blu ray at scaled down to a slightly lower res.

some people just don't give a flying ferk about HD at all, they just want a massive screen.
this sorta thing is fine for them.

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