Samsung PS50C680 + Free Blu Ray player + 2 3d glasses + Shrek 1-3 3D disk + Voucher for Shrek 4 3D Blu Ray £999.99 @ Comet - HotUKDeals
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This deal doesnt start untill thursday 11th November. There will also be a 5% off code online at this time too to bring the price down further.
Not as good as the original deal but better than anything out there at the minute

This has been confirmed by Comet Telesales on the phone
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#1
nice. Just don't have the money.
#2
I ordered this TV last weekend :) This isn't a bad deal compared to last time, as it has an extra pair of glasses to make up for some of the higher price.
#3
wish i had vthe money
#4
how much are the 3d glasses? my partner wants one of these but there's five of us and thats not includung any guests that might wanna watch a film (usally my son has his friends sleepover) think it would work out quite expensive if you have to buy loads of pairs of glasses.
#5
£60 per extra pair glasses. Or get 2 glasses and monsters vs aliens from Samsung connect for £112
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Its not a 'good' 3dtv. Stick to Panasonic or Sony for now.
#7
MRP
Its not a 'good' 3dtv. Stick to Panasonic or Sony for now.
why?
#8
MRP
Its not a 'good' 3dtv. Stick to Panasonic or Sony for now.


Bull,its a great tv im using one right now the 3d on it is awesome and with call oof duty using 3d it should be epic
#9
MRP
Its not a 'good' 3dtv. Stick to Panasonic or Sony for now.


Samsung is THE best make of 3D rigth now, google it!
#10
dont the glasses from the cinema work?
#11
joeylee23
dont the glasses from the cinema work?


Nope you need special samsung ones

Edited By: fridgehead on Nov 05, 2010 18:22: spelling
#12
The glasses are so expensive because I'm assuming they use the flickering/shutter glasses.
#13
MRP
Its not a 'good' 3dtv. Stick to Panasonic or Sony for now.


I hear this rubbish all the time. Usually from people who haven't a clue.
#14
joeylee23
dont the glasses from the cinema work?


Wishful thinking I'm afraid.
#15
Samsung PS50C680/ Samsung PS50C490

One of the very few TV makers still actively developing and selling plasma televisions, Samsung has bolstered its plasma range with the C680 and C490 3D-ready series. Both are available in 50-inch screen size (Samsung PS50C680 and Samsung PS50C490), and according to Samsung feature Clear Image Panel technology, wider viewing angles, and a 40% reduction in energy consumption compared to last year’s models.

The 3D Hyper Real video processing engine control on the Samsung PS50C680 and Samsung PS50C490 allows users to tweak contrast, colour and motion on the plasma TVs for an individualised 3D viewing experience. The PS50C680 is also equipped with Samsung AllShare technology that lets owners stream media content from compatible DLNA devices.
#16
Tedoki
The glasses are so expensive because I'm assuming they use the flickering/shutter glasses.

Yes, they use active glasses, rather than the passive type used in the cinema. The drawback of active glasses is clearly the price but they apparently give a better 3d effect. There are very few consumer 3d tvs that use passive technology though. I work for Sky and we have a LG on display that is passive but the 3d isn't great - poor definition and the the 3d effects remind me of parallax scrolling on the Amiga where foreground and backgrounds can look a bit detatched. I haven't seen much of active glasses so can't draw much of a comparisson from experience, but I've read that active sets can suffer from crosstalk, where each eye is exposed to a bit of the image for the other eye which can be off putting. As I said though, I don't have personal experience of that.
#17
Still, a good price for a 50" 3D tv with 2 pairs of glasses, a blu ray player and some 3d discs.
#18
Just a warning for those expecting to watch 3D Avatar for xmas. You will only be able to buy it with a new Panny 3D TV. I expect after xmas it'll be available to all of us!
#19
hotyoda
Just a warning for those expecting to watch 3D Avatar for xmas. You will only be able to buy it with a new Panny 3D TV. I expect after xmas it'll be available to all of us!

Really? I would have thought they would want to release it during Xmas in order to maximise sales. Strange?
#20
+ 3.03% topcashback
#21
I am looking for a 3D tv but isn't this a old ish tv model etc? I know the 9000 series is the newish. I wanted the led 46 8000 series. Amazing sharpe pictures. Seen motorstorm and it's breathtaking. Pain as missed the Samsung 200 quid back.
+1 COD in 3D.
#22
How much 3D content is there yet? I know 3D looks great in the shop but is it worth buying yet unless you're a techno junkie?
#23
I've been using active shutter 3D on my PC for gaming for 6+ years now, and it is an extremely good 3D effect. Active shutter is the way to go :)

Cinemas use poorer passive 3D which uses polarised light. The old 3D on your normal TV uses 2 colour lenses on glasses. This is the worst 3D.
#24
MickKnipfler
How much 3D content is there yet? I know 3D looks great in the shop but is it worth buying yet unless you're a techno junkie?


I bought it mainly to play 3D games. 3D movies are merely impressive, whereas 3D games are mind blowing :)
#25
Do XBOX360 & PS3 play 3D games?
#26
MickKnipfler
Do XBOX360 & PS3 play 3D games?


u can download an update for the ps3 to enable it to play 3D games. not sure about the xbox though.
#27
my-planet
hotyoda
Just a warning for those expecting to watch 3D Avatar for xmas. You will only be able to buy it with a new Panny 3D TV. I expect after xmas it'll be available to all of us!

Really? I would have thought they would want to release it during Xmas in order to maximise sales. Strange?


Strange but true! I have been thinking about a possible 3D TV and Avatar is the obvious must see for a lot of people. Bit of googling and found that only available with Panny:

http://gizmodo.com/5629297/3d-blu+ray-release-of-avatar-will-be-a-timed-panasonic-exclusive

Asked in a Panny shop and they confirmed that it's available bundled with their TVs. Can't find it anywhere else.
#28
hotyoda
Just a warning for those expecting to watch 3D Avatar for xmas. You will only be able to buy it with a new Panny 3D TV. I expect after xmas it'll be available to all of us!


I predict this time next year for the 3D version to the rest of us.
#29
MickKnipfler
Do XBOX360 & PS3 play 3D games?


Yes, but only with HDMI connection. Need latest firmware updates on each, but those are free downloads of course. PS3 has the better range of 3D games.
#30
Tempting but the thread on avforums on this set reports too many faults for me to invest
#31
I am streaming 3D avatar on this TV right now :). It is available if you know where to look.

How to tame your dragon 3D, Bolt 3D, Monster House 3D, Under the sea 3D (among others) are impressive as well.

Edited By: cfphoenix on Nov 05, 2010 23:21: ad
#32
wow must take you a while to dl 50 gigs per film, or are they compressed ?
#33
download 3d content... Tell me more!
#34
Daytrader
wow must take you a while to dl 50 gigs per film, or are they compressed ?


Compressed there between 8 and 16 gig
#35
avatar is about 49gig on disc, i did see a version 51.7gig with par, whats the quality like on the compressed, cant be that good really can they, as some dvds are 8gig, think i would prefer retail 3D to see them at there highest bitrate.
#36
blanka
I am looking for a 3D tv but isn't this a old ish tv model etc? I know the 9000 series is the newish. I wanted the led 46 8000 series. Amazing sharpe pictures. Seen motorstorm and it's breathtaking. Pain as missed the Samsung 200 quid back.
+1 COD in 3D.


No it's not an old model. The 680 digits represent a high end samsung plasma and the C stand for 2010.

Edited By: Gozman on Nov 06, 2010 05:20: derp
#37
]Really? I would have thought they would want to release it during Xmas in order to maximise sales. Strange?

its true, this is one of the reasons holding 3D TV back at the moment which most companies having exclusive deals with movie producers. the Avatar deal is a minimum of 6 months exclusive deal with panasonic befoere its released to the paying public.Samsung have done a similar deal with Monsters vs Aliens. Sounds nuts to me too as i thought the more 3d media on sale to the public would mean more public interest which in turn would mean more 3D TV's being purchased.
But what do i know??oO

Edited By: halla86 on Nov 06, 2010 06:25: added extra comment
#38
looks like a great deal really really wanna new TV.

3D aside tho how is the picture quality on this TV?

is this it? http://www.superfi.co.uk/index.cfm/page/moreinfo.cfm/Product_ID/7016

they dont mention 3d??
#39
I love the pic quality on mine but have the buzzing that's reported on so many sets - ive been waiting now for 4 weeks for a replacement. As well
#40
Daytrader
avatar is about 49gig on disc, i did see a version 51.7gig with par, whats the quality like on the compressed, cant be that good really can they, as some dvds are 8gig, think i would prefer retail 3D to see them at there highest bitrate.


The quality of the 12gig avatar is still pretty amazing, for the sake on 40ish gig i wouldnt see the point of dl the bigger one unless you've got a massive tv.

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