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SAMSUNG PS50C490 50" HD Ready Plasma 3D Television - £664.05 (after voucher discount) @ Currys

£664.05 @ Currys
Use voucher CURRY5 for 5% discount (ends 31st January) Also don't forget £20.12 cashback via TCB. Enjoy a stunning level of home entertainment by investing in this incredible Samsung PS50C490 5… Read More
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Use voucher CURRY5 for 5% discount (ends 31st January)
Also don't forget £20.12 cashback via TCB.

Enjoy a stunning level of home entertainment by investing in this incredible Samsung PS50C490 50" HD Ready Plasma 3D Television!

Packed with attractive features and impressive technologies, the Samsung PS50C490 50" HD Ready Plasma 3D Television delivers excellent picture quality, with the 600Hz sub-field drive helping to deliver a sharp, smooth picture with minimal blur. There's built-in picture enhancement via DNIE+ technology and a mega dynamic contrast ratio contributing towards a bright, vivid picture that will leap out at you!

Equally exciting, the PS50C490 features support for sublime Samsung stereoscopic 3D entertainment, with a built-in 3D transmitter requiring active shutter glasses (sold separately) and a 3D input device like a suitable Blu-ray player to be operational. Never before has television been this immersive!

To help you make the best of the razor sharp 720p picture, the Samsung PS50C490 50" HD Ready Plasma 3D Television includes three HDMI connectors for hooking up to High Definition devices such as a game console or HD camcorder.

A raft of other connectivity options include a D-Sub connector for hook-up with a PC, a USB input for playing your favourite multimedia files through the TV, and an optical digital audio output for anyone looking for exhilarating surround sound. The Samsung PS50C490 50" HD Ready Plasma 3D Television delivers great audio right out of the box, in fact, thanks to powerful integrated stereo 10W speakers and Dolby sound technology.

With all of this as well as a built-in Freeview tuner that provides you with a vast choice of television channels and digital radio stations, dull moments will be a thing of the past with the Samsung PS50C490 50" HD Ready Plasma 3D Television!
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#1
sorry, but its not much of a bargain as you can pick this up from simply electricals for £629:-

http://www.simplyelectricals.co.uk/samsung-ps50c490.html

Also it doesn't have full hd or any Internet TV features
#2
720p 3D Ready?.never seen one like this before....
#3
Nice price, heat for me, but just off topic a bit, the technology is there for 3D Tvs without having to use the £50 glasses that they sell with the likes of this one, so personally i'll wait until they no longer feel they can fleece the general public for glasses that arent necessary, and buy one of the next generation 3D tvs, when there released.

I would imagine the new TVs would be larger versions of the New Nintendo 3DS as that has a 3D screen, that you dont need glasses to get the effect, and you can turn it down, or even completely off at the touch of a button.
#4
Does not mention the glasses. Buying the glasses separately does start adding to the price.
Look for deals that include the glasses, Shrek 3D etc.
BillyBits
#5
How strange 720p 3d...
#6
Be careful with model i work for comet and checked it over the other day and its 100% only 720p and there are no glasses supplied so bit pointless really.
#7
50 Inch seems like the standard viewing these days compared to 32inch 10 yrs ago and 42" 5 years ago! prices seems to be going down by the day! next will be 60" lol
#8
Im still holding out for passive to come down in price. This time next year I say.
#9
720p 3D? that a effin joke!
#10
that is crap! 720p in this modern day and age....
1 Like #11
utfrag
Nice price, heat for me, but just off topic a bit, the technology is there for 3D Tvs without having to use the £50 glasses that they sell with the likes of this one, so personally i'll wait until they no longer feel they can fleece the general public for glasses that arent necessary, and buy one of the next generation 3D tvs, when there released.

I would imagine the new TVs would be larger versions of the New Nintendo 3DS as that has a 3D screen, that you dont need glasses to get the effect, and you can turn it down, or even completely off at the touch of a button.


I'd like you to show us the technology which allows you to watch 3D Tv without glasses whilst lying on the couch as so many of us do. Unfortunately the technology you speak of is quite ancient and you must be in 1 or 3 'sweet spots' to get the full 3D effect. The largest 3D tv to date is 21" made by Toshiba and is a mere proof of concept due to the poor 30 degree viewing angle.

This is a great price and I bet only 1 in 10 would actually see the difference between this and a 1080p model if they were side by side.

Edited By: TheGimp on Jan 28, 2011 17:57
1 Like #12
utfrag
Nice price, heat for me, but just off topic a bit, the technology is there for 3D Tvs without having to use the £50 glasses that they sell with the likes of this one, so personally i'll wait until they no longer feel they can fleece the general public for glasses that arent necessary, and buy one of the next generation 3D tvs, when there released.I would imagine the new TVs would be larger versions of the New Nintendo 3DS as that has a 3D screen, that you dont need glasses to get the effect, and you can turn it down, or even completely off at the touch of a button.

I don't believe the technology is there, exepcially not in a commercially viable form. The fact that cinemas and the TV's LG made for Sky to use in pubs still use passive glasses corroborates this.

The 3DS is a completely different kettle of fish, as there is only 1 viewer, viewing from a small range of viewing positions. If you read the early reviews of the 3DS you will find people mentioning the 3D effect only works well from head on, and moving much in any axis soon compromises it.

If you think about what a display needs to do, to persuade our brain it is seeing a 3D image, it becomes apparent why displays catering for multiple viewers, viewing from different positions, require glasses at present.
#13
ummmm i wil wait to 3d tvs are standard in the modern home
#14
TheGimp
This is a great price and I bet only 1 in 10 would actually see the difference between this and a 1080p model if they were side by side.

IMO this is an ok price, given some of the prices we've seen for the 680 & 6900, bundled with Glasses, 3D BD's and 3D BD player. Unless ofcourse you already have some glasses, or are a loner and only need 1 :).
#15
why is this going up in heat!?

Why have new tech with out of date features?
#16
Haha - I wouldn't buy another Samsung if they gave it to me for £1... Ok well maybe then... but it's funny, I have had 2 Sammy Tv's, a monitor and my blu-ray player all go on me in the last 2 years which sucked... I popped round to my Dad's to see his new LED a few months back and when I saw it was a Sammy I told him about all mine and we laughed it off, 1 week later (1 month old) the screen went on his as well... I am happy with my LG's now. Just a thought...
#17
1080p is where all the worlds gold is.
its essential for viewing in standard definition and bragging to your mates that you have it.

with this set tho....unless you have sky 3d, its gonna cost you 953 from Currys to be able to watch anything in 3d.
plus your 3d movies.
hmmmmmmmm

Edited By: slackrat77 on Jan 28, 2011 18:35
#18
imnufc2k
Haha - I wouldn't buy another Samsung if they gave it to me for £1... Ok well maybe then... but it's funny, I have had 2 Sammy Tv's, a monitor and my blu-ray player all go on me in the last 2 years which sucked... I popped round to my Dad's to see his new LED a few months back and when I saw it was a Sammy I told him about all mine and we laughed it off, 1 week later (1 month old) the screen went on his as well... I am happy with my LG's now. Just a thought...


Don't Samsung make most of the panels for other brands (including LG)?
#19
Mentos
utfrag
Nice price, heat for me, but just off topic a bit, the technology is there for 3D Tvs without having to use the £50 glasses that they sell with the likes of this one, so personally i'll wait until they no longer feel they can fleece the general public for glasses that arent necessary, and buy one of the next generation 3D tvs, when there released.I would imagine the new TVs would be larger versions of the New Nintendo 3DS as that has a 3D screen, that you dont need glasses to get the effect, and you can turn it down, or even completely off at the touch of a button.


I don't believe the technology is there, exepcially not in a commercially viable form. The fact that cinemas and the TV's LG made for Sky to use in pubs still use passive glasses corroborates this.

The 3DS is a completely different kettle of fish, as there is only 1 viewer, viewing from a small range of viewing positions. If you read the early reviews of the 3DS you will find people mentioning the 3D effect only works well from head on, and moving much in any axis soon compromises it.

If you think about what a display needs to do, to persuade our brain it is seeing a 3D image, it becomes apparent why displays catering for multiple viewers, viewing from different positions, require glasses at present.


Not quite true -

The world knew that CES 2011 was going to have a heavy 3D bent, but to go glasses-free so soon is the big news from Toshiba.

The self-proclaimed leader of innovation has put its money where its mouth is at its press conference in Vegas by saying that there'll be consumer autostereoscopic TVs on the shelves some time in the fiscal year of April 2011 - March 2012. Naturally, that buys Toshiba a little time but it's a bold move nonetheless.

The company is saying little about the advances in technology which it must have made in order to feel confident in the product area; especially as the tech has so far failed to satisfy in more than prototype form for any other manufacture. What we do know is that the panels will be more than 40 inches in size with demo models on show at CES measuring 56 and 65 inches on the diagonal.

The TVs are LED backed with an impressive 4096 x 2160 pixel (4k2k) resolution, and at the heart of the 3D number crunching is the CEVO engine where the heavy work and the 3D magic happens.

Pocket-lint will be on the show floor taking a look at how ready this technology seems to be and we'll let you know in the coming months when price and availability hits.
#20
frankievallie
Mentos
utfrag
Nice price, heat for me, but just off topic a bit, the technology is there for 3D Tvs without having to use the £50 glasses that they sell with the likes of this one, so personally i'll wait until they no longer feel they can fleece the general public for glasses that arent necessary, and buy one of the next generation 3D tvs, when there released.I would imagine the new TVs would be larger versions of the New Nintendo 3DS as that has a 3D screen, that you dont need glasses to get the effect, and you can turn it down, or even completely off at the touch of a button.
I don't believe the technology is there, exepcially not in a commercially viable form. The fact that cinemas and the TV's LG made for Sky to use in pubs still use passive glasses corroborates this.The 3DS is a completely different kettle of fish, as there is only 1 viewer, viewing from a small range of viewing positions. If you read the early reviews of the 3DS you will find people mentioning the 3D effect only works well from head on, and moving much in any axis soon compromises it.If you think about what a display needs to do, to persuade our brain it is seeing a 3D image, it becomes apparent why displays catering for multiple viewers, viewing from different positions, require glasses at present.
Not quite true -The world knew that CES 2011 was going to have a heavy 3D bent, but to go glasses-free so soon is the big news from Toshiba.The self-proclaimed leader of innovation has put its money where its mouth is at its press conference in Vegas by saying that there'll be consumer autostereoscopic TVs on the shelves some time in the fiscal year of April 2011 - March 2012. Naturally, that buys Toshiba a little time but it's a bold move nonetheless.The company is saying little about the advances in technology which it must have made in order to feel confident in the product area; especially as the tech has so far failed to satisfy in more than prototype form for any other manufacture. What we do know is that the panels will be more than 40 inches in size with demo models on show at CES measuring 56 and 65 inches on the diagonal.The TVs are LED backed with an impressive 4096 x 2160 pixel (4k2k) resolution, and at the heart of the 3D number crunching is the CEVO engine where the heavy work and the 3D magic happens.Pocket-lint will be on the show floor taking a look at how ready this technology seems to be and we'll let you know in the coming months when price and availability hits.

http://www.newsden.net/ces-2011-toshiba-unveils-56-inch-glasses-free-4k-3dtv-5750/

Have they changed something since the linked demo? Had a quick look and couldn't see anything.
#21
Only lg,samsung and sharp make panels, including for anyone else.lg and sharp do all the ipad and iphone screens. Also 720p is fine unless you watch blurays, skyhd is broadcast at 720 and will proberbly never broadcast in 1080 due to cost.
#22
baggins
Only lg,samsung and sharp make panels, including for anyone else.lg and sharp do all the ipad and iphone screens. Also 720p is fine unless you watch blurays, skyhd is broadcast at 720 and will proberbly never broadcast in 1080 due to cost.

Sky broadcast at 1080i. For movies shot at 24fps (pretty much anything apart from made for TV) assuming your set can de-interlace correctly, there is no difference between 1080i/50 and 1080p/24 (aside from perhaps the way 24 to 50hz conversion is done). For everything else there would still be no scaling on a 1080p panel, whereas you'd be scaling down and losing quite a bit of detail on a 720p panel (actually very few 720p panels, they are mostly WXGA).

Aside from online material, I don't believe anyone uses 720p.

Edited By: Mentos on Jan 28, 2011 20:06
#23
frankievallie
Mentos
utfrag
Nice price, heat for me, but just off topic a bit, the technology is there for 3D Tvs without having to use the £50 glasses that they sell with the likes of this one, so personally i'll wait until they no longer feel they can fleece the general public for glasses that arent necessary, and buy one of the next generation 3D tvs, when there released.I would imagine the new TVs would be larger versions of the New Nintendo 3DS as that has a 3D screen, that you dont need glasses to get the effect, and you can turn it down, or even completely off at the touch of a button.


I don't believe the technology is there, exepcially not in a commercially viable form. The fact that cinemas and the TV's LG made for Sky to use in pubs still use passive glasses corroborates this.

The 3DS is a completely different kettle of fish, as there is only 1 viewer, viewing from a small range of viewing positions. If you read the early reviews of the 3DS you will find people mentioning the 3D effect only works well from head on, and moving much in any axis soon compromises it.

If you think about what a display needs to do, to persuade our brain it is seeing a 3D image, it becomes apparent why displays catering for multiple viewers, viewing from different positions, require glasses at present.


Not quite true -

The world knew that CES 2011 was going to have a heavy 3D bent, but to go glasses-free so soon is the big news from Toshiba.

The self-proclaimed leader of innovation has put its money where its mouth is at its press conference in Vegas by saying that there'll be consumer autostereoscopic TVs on the shelves some time in the fiscal year of April 2011 - March 2012. Naturally, that buys Toshiba a little time but it's a bold move nonetheless.

The company is saying little about the advances in technology which it must have made in order to feel confident in the product area; especially as the tech has so far failed to satisfy in more than prototype form for any other manufacture. What we do know is that the panels will be more than 40 inches in size with demo models on show at CES measuring 56 and 65 inches on the diagonal.

The TVs are LED backed with an impressive 4096 x 2160 pixel (4k2k) resolution, and at the heart of the 3D number crunching is the CEVO engine where the heavy work and the 3D magic happens.

Pocket-lint will be on the show floor taking a look at how ready this technology seems to be and we'll let you know in the coming months when price and availability hits.


Pure speculation and fantasy. Toshiba do not have this technology simple. The article is rubbish and it's only intention is to boost Toshiba's share price.

Edit: Just seen the link. That is still the poor viewing angles we know to hate. Unless they have new technology that they have yet to release this will not be the future in anyone's lounge room.

Edited By: TheGimp on Jan 28, 2011 20:54
#24
mamboboy
NoobTV
sorry, but its not much of a bargain as you can pick this up from simply electricals for £629:-[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.simplyelectricals.co.uk/samsung-ps50c490.htmlAlso it doesn't have full hd or any Internet TV features
£50 delivery... and that one isn't Full HD, either.

I'm sorry mate it wasn't to **** off your thread, its just that the discount is still not very much. Having said that, keep posting any offers for tvs as i'm on the look out.

thanks again
1 Like #25
imnufc2k
Haha - I wouldn't buy another Samsung if they gave it to me for £1... Ok well maybe then... but it's funny, I have had 2 Sammy Tv's, a monitor and my blu-ray player all go on me in the last 2 years which sucked... I popped round to my Dad's to see his new LED a few months back and when I saw it was a Sammy I told him about all mine and we laughed it off, 1 week later (1 month old) the screen went on his as well... I am happy with my LG's now. Just a thought...

Samsung Customer Services is very good, I have a 3 year old 40" LCD which was failing to power on, I phoned them for advice and they arranged for an engineer to visit the next day, who fitted a new replacement board for free, the TV now works fine, there was no charge for this service. I would happily buy another Samsung as I don't know any other manufacturer who would offer a free repair like this without some sort of extended warranty which costs a fortune.
#26
ecnirp98
imnufc2k
Haha - I wouldn't buy another Samsung if they gave it to me for £1... Ok well maybe then... but it's funny, I have had 2 Sammy Tv's, a monitor and my blu-ray player all go on me in the last 2 years which sucked... I popped round to my Dad's to see his new LED a few months back and when I saw it was a Sammy I told him about all mine and we laughed it off, 1 week later (1 month old) the screen went on his as well... I am happy with my LG's now. Just a thought...
Samsung Customer Services is very good, I have a 3 year old 40" LCD which was failing to power on, I phoned them for advice and they arranged for an engineer to visit the next day, who fitted a new replacement board for free, the TV now works fine, there was no charge for this service. I would happily buy another Samsung as I don't know any other manufacturer who would offer a free repair like this without some sort of extended warranty which costs a fortune.

The point is if this TV is worth this price and considering its only 720p with no provided 3d glasses, i think it might seem like a bargain now, but many will realise in the long run that this tv is costing them more than other great models.

Your better off paying approx £150-£200 more now for a better model that has full hd and 3d glasses thrown in as well as many internet features.



Edited By: NoobTV on Jan 28, 2011 22:28
#27
Mentos
baggins
Only lg,samsung and sharp make panels, including for anyone else.lg and sharp do all the ipad and iphone screens. Also 720p is fine unless you watch blurays, skyhd is broadcast at 720 and will proberbly never broadcast in 1080 due to cost.


Sky broadcast at 1080i. For movies shot at 24fps (pretty much anything apart from made for TV) assuming your set can de-interlace correctly, there is no difference between 1080i/50 and 1080p/24 (aside from perhaps the way 24 to 50hz conversion is done). For everything else there would still be no scaling on a 1080p panel, whereas you'd be scaling down and losing quite a bit of detail on a 720p panel (actually very few 720p panels, they are mostly WXGA).

Aside from online material, I don't believe anyone uses 720p.


i would choose 720p/60 over 1080i/50 everytime, dont get me wrong i like higher res, but wats the point if its interlace and i can notice the lines, its all about the frame rate too,
#28
jammiejam2k69
Mentos
baggins
Only lg,samsung and sharp make panels, including for anyone else.lg and sharp do all the ipad and iphone screens. Also 720p is fine unless you watch blurays, skyhd is broadcast at 720 and will proberbly never broadcast in 1080 due to cost.
Sky broadcast at 1080i. For movies shot at 24fps (pretty much anything apart from made for TV) assuming your set can de-interlace correctly, there is no difference between 1080i/50 and 1080p/24 (aside from perhaps the way 24 to 50hz conversion is done). For everything else there would still be no scaling on a 1080p panel, whereas you'd be scaling down and losing quite a bit of detail on a 720p panel (actually very few 720p panels, they are mostly WXGA).Aside from online material, I don't believe anyone uses 720p.
i would choose 720p/60 over 1080i/50 everytime, dont get me wrong i like higher res, but wats the point if its interlace and i can notice the lines, its all about the frame rate too,

I don't think you can make such a sweeping statement without looking at what the content is and how its adapted to the frames, interlaced or not. The point I made about the movies is a case in point. 1080i/48 would obviously be better then 1080p/60 (assuming the set can de-interlace correctly) for 24fps material.

In any case its a mute point. For broadcast or BD a 1080 panel is the ideal as it avoids the need for scaling (all other aspects being equal ofcourse). Very few 720 panels around, WXGA panels ofcourse still need to scale 720 material, so unfortunately even if the source is natively 720p you still have to scale (or give up some screen real estate to black bars).

Personally, even for sports I prefer 1080i/50 to 576p/50 (my two options on Sky) oO
#29
This is a pretty good way to dip into 3d, maybe moreso than the previous cheapest the 750 as this is at least plasma and will cut down the crosstalk. Yes it is 720p but for 3d gaming that's more than adequate, Sky 3d is SD too and Blu Ray will look great. However it is just the old cheap series 4 plasma with 3d and without glasses the over £200 premium is steep. one to keep an eye on though, will likely be the first to go sub £500 later this year.
#30
Besford
imnufc2k
Haha - I wouldn't buy another Samsung if they gave it to me for £1... Ok well maybe then... but it's funny, I have had 2 Sammy Tv's, a monitor and my blu-ray player all go on me in the last 2 years which sucked... I popped round to my Dad's to see his new LED a few months back and when I saw it was a Sammy I told him about all mine and we laughed it off, 1 week later (1 month old) the screen went on his as well... I am happy with my LG's now. Just a thought...
Don't Samsung make most of the panels for other brands (including LG)?

No - LG make their own...
#31
ecnirp98
imnufc2k
Haha - I wouldn't buy another Samsung if they gave it to me for £1... Ok well maybe then... but it's funny, I have had 2 Sammy Tv's, a monitor and my blu-ray player all go on me in the last 2 years which sucked... I popped round to my Dad's to see his new LED a few months back and when I saw it was a Sammy I told him about all mine and we laughed it off, 1 week later (1 month old) the screen went on his as well... I am happy with my LG's now. Just a thought...
Samsung Customer Services is very good, I have a 3 year old 40" LCD which was failing to power on, I phoned them for advice and they arranged for an engineer to visit the next day, who fitted a new replacement board for free, the TV now works fine, there was no charge for this service. I would happily buy another Samsung as I don't know any other manufacturer who would offer a free repair like this without some sort of extended warranty which costs a fortune.

They fixed one of my TVs for free as it was only a month out of warranty, however that's not the point - The fact that I have had 5 Samsung products all fail in the last 2 years show a complete lack of quality... Why should I have to keep relying on Samsung to send technicians to fix their crap?
#32
NoobTV
ecnirp98
imnufc2k
Haha - I wouldn't buy another Samsung if they gave it to me for £1... Ok well maybe then... but it's funny, I have had 2 Sammy Tv's, a monitor and my blu-ray player all go on me in the last 2 years which sucked... I popped round to my Dad's to see his new LED a few months back and when I saw it was a Sammy I told him about all mine and we laughed it off, 1 week later (1 month old) the screen went on his as well... I am happy with my LG's now. Just a thought...
Samsung Customer Services is very good, I have a 3 year old 40" LCD which was failing to power on, I phoned them for advice and they arranged for an engineer to visit the next day, who fitted a new replacement board for free, the TV now works fine, there was no charge for this service. I would happily buy another Samsung as I don't know any other manufacturer who would offer a free repair like this without some sort of extended warranty which costs a fortune.
The point is if this TV is worth this price and considering its only 720p with no provided 3d glasses, i think it might seem like a bargain now, but many will realise in the long run that this tv is costing them more than other great models.Your better off paying approx £150-£200 more now for a better model that has full hd and 3d glasses thrown in as well as many internet features.

...and my point is that unless you want to buy a TV that is going to fail in the first year, then this isn't worth it...
#33
gunark
This is a pretty good way to dip into 3d, maybe moreso than the previous cheapest the 750 as this is at least plasma and will cut down the crosstalk. Yes it is 720p but for 3d gaming that's more than adequate, Sky 3d is SD too and Blu Ray will look great. However it is just the old cheap series 4 plasma with 3d and without glasses the over £200 premium is steep. one to keep an eye on though, will likely be the first to go sub £500 later this year.

I don't believe Sky 3D is SD mate.
#34
Mentos
gunark
This is a pretty good way to dip into 3d, maybe moreso than the previous cheapest the 750 as this is at least plasma and will cut down the crosstalk. Yes it is 720p but for 3d gaming that's more than adequate, Sky 3d is SD too and Blu Ray will look great. However it is just the old cheap series 4 plasma with 3d and without glasses the over £200 premium is steep. one to keep an eye on though, will likely be the first to go sub £500 later this year.


I don't believe Sky 3D is SD mate.


Sorry, what I meant was sky 3d is side by side 3d so there is a loss of resolution, making it not hd. But yes it isn't sd, my mistake.
#35
gunark
Mentos
gunark
This is a pretty good way to dip into 3d, maybe moreso than the previous cheapest the 750 as this is at least plasma and will cut down the crosstalk. Yes it is 720p but for 3d gaming that's more than adequate, Sky 3d is SD too and Blu Ray will look great. However it is just the old cheap series 4 plasma with 3d and without glasses the over £200 premium is steep. one to keep an eye on though, will likely be the first to go sub £500 later this year.
I don't believe Sky 3D is SD mate.
Sorry, what I meant was sky 3d is side by side 3d so there is a loss of resolution, making it not hd. But yes it isn't sd, my mistake.

Yeah exactly, so given its still 1080 lines, you'd still be better off with a 1080 panel (all other aspects being equal). If it included some glasses it may be worth the compromise, without them IMO the price is pretty close to some of the bundles we've been seeing. Which is why i'm luke warm on the deal.

You're right about the 3D gaming though. Infact for any console gaming you'd be better off with a 720 panel. Problem is they are all WXGA :(
#36
hi anyway what to say bought this in 499 form tesco beleive me or not this is awsome tv 40 b does not matter really for glasses its plasma tv gives you really immage not very colourfull or dim can be watched from diffrerent angles its not only 720p please its

1080*720 its really hd as discribed mean this is bit wide not really square

view at store or friends you would really want one in this price
thanx
#37
got this delivered from tesco today, now oos, for effectively £381 after discounts, free £50 gift voucher, quidco and clubcard points applied

very impressed with picture quality

would recommend at price i paid but would look for 2011 model at the price posted here

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