SAMSUNG PS50C7000 3D FULL HD PLASMA TV+3d blu-ray player+2 pairs of 3d glasses+1 3d movie £1678 @ Eldon Electricals - HotUKDeals
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Samsung HD 3D Blu-Ray Player
3D Blu Ray Player
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#1
Superb price but risky call at this present moment in time. Im gonna wait (like the Blu Ray/HD DVD thing!)
#2
Foxy102
Superb price but risky call at this present moment in time. Im gonna wait (like the Blu Ray/HD DVD thing!)


I think the Blu Ray/HD DVD thing ended about 2 years ago now.

I'm an LCD fan personally and am waiting on the LCD C8000 version.

Quick google search brings up this TV (PS50C7000) alone for £1299:

http://robertwhyteltd.co.uk/samsung-ps50c7000-ps50c7000-c-10-p-1302?gclid=CKvS9-CHlqECFZFh4wodjhA2OQ
#3
Foxy102
Superb price but risky call at this present moment in time. Im gonna wait (like the Blu Ray/HD DVD thing!)


Agree, i am still not sure 3D will take off!! I just cant grasp how effective 3D will be on such a 'small' screen...
#4
50" is too small?
#5
Rich44
50" is too small?


for the 3D effect, i mean watching it from say 4 meters away your going to need to peer right into it!

When i think of 3D i think of Universal Studios and the terminator show with a 200 meter wide screen? That gives a 3D effect
#6
Rich44
50" is too small?


cant see the issue as i watched man utd man city 3d in the pub on sat on a 37" and it was amazing
#7
paying so much youd expect them to add a few more glasses in. what happens when they break or you lose em? must cost tons for replacements
#8
no need to worry about 3D , it wont be anything like the VHS / Betamax .... Blueray / HD dvd wars >>>


3D TV formats span from the Side-by-Side 3D as used by DirecTV and Sony's Playstation Top/Bottom 3D, to the latest Blu-ray 3DTM format released recently.

Some may think that this may lead to a format war but do not worry, this is not the case as all TV makers who will be coming with 3D HDTVs this year said that their TVs comply with practically all 3D TV standards in use today.
#9
Rich44
50" is too small?


http://www.icanhasforce.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/star-wars-jabba-slave-girl-size-matters.jpg
#10
Rich44
50" is too small?


I think hes trying to say 50" is too small compared to cinema - thats where you go and watch 3D films
#11
oh i dont know surely it depends how close you sit!
personaly im hoping things work out well for the 3d market, to say its a brand new thing its not massively over priced, and will keep coming down all the time i would think!
i think this is hot
#12
that's THIS year
#13
very goof deal h+r added
#14
very goof deal h+r added

yup, I also think this is a "goof" deal:-D
#15
the porter
About £70 at the moment


my pair were a quid from litten tree
#16
great price
#17
I dont wanna see another TV deal on Hot UK Deals, I am still upset I did not get my LED LG :p
banned#18
Have to wear glasses everytime? LOL no thanks.

When they manage 3D that actually looks good on small screens (50") and you don't have to wear ridiculous looking glasses when you're watching the footy with your mates, then I'll consider!
#19
Bobbytallant
I think the Blu Ray/HD DVD thing ended about 2 years ago now.


He said like the bluray/hd dvd format war. People think there will be a 3D war so he is going to wait to see which one would be best to get, eg. one's with glasses or one's without I'd say.
#20
Pixmania are doing this for £250! Quick!
#21
the porter
About £70 at the moment


really? wow

nice deal though, think its the cheapest around right now
#22
simate
He said like the bluray/hd dvd format war. People think there will be a 3D war so he is going to wait to see which one would be best to get, eg. one's with glasses or one's without I'd say.



Well there are 3 choices!

1. Passive, Your TV does all the eye switching work and as such means the TV will be more expensive but glasses will be cheaper.

2. Active, Reverse above so the Glasses do the work but results in far more expensive glasses vs cheaper-ish TV sets

3. Parallax Displays, meaning no need for glasses but the this tech is only just making it to 3-5 inch screens and will be a long time before we see 40+ screens likely expensive too and also require you to sit at a perfect angle to the screen for it to work well.

Which ever you choose though SKY 3D will support it, and 3D BD players will support it, there is no war and will be no war basically do you want to adopt early and most deffo be happy for a few months and then disappointed by new tech next year or wait and miss out now but gain better features when you do buy.

also don't base your concerns on wearing silly glasses, you will only watch 3D when you put a 3D movie or show on the set, so maybe once or twice a day i can live with that, its not like we are going to see HD range of channels in 3D for long long time, SKY 3D channel will bring the main entertainment for 3D for a year or two before we see a second channel, and 3D BD`s are few and far between and will be for a good few months yet.

of course you can wait for holocube to release a commercial unit!
#23
Lonners
Pixmania are doing this for £250! Quick!


do you have the link
:thumbsup::whistling:
#24
cant exactly say this is a good deal, samsung make inferior panels to panasonic, therefore obviously they will be cheaper. this is a normal deal, nothing to go crazy about, how many people have actually ordered it? Zero, just what i thought
#25
http://www.samsung.com/au/tv/warning.html

Sounds great :)

Seriously, 3D not for me right now, but the TV is surprisingly affordable. Well it is expensive, but I'm just about to give away a flat fronted 32" Sony CRT that cost £1200 new about 10 years ago so its all relative. The glasses are a pain though if more than 2 people want to watch 3D TV!
#26
Suffers from crosstalk

Consumer Reports

And little video showing it.

So best checking in store 1st and read reviews (when they come).

Bar that good value for a complete setup.
#27
monkeybrains
paying so much youd expect them to add a few more glasses in. what happens when they break or you lose em? must cost tons for replacements

Do the ones you get at the cinema work with this TV?
#28
Rubisco
Do the ones you get at the cinema work with this TV?


no
#29
Rubisco
Do the ones you get at the cinema work with this TV?


Nope
#30
So what would be the cost for the same tv and blu player minus the 3D guff?
#31
Good deal but 3D tv is gonna floppyedy flop flop for sure.
#32
how many 3D movies are available? i cant think of any!
#33
jonhoggy
Good deal but 3D tv is gonna floppyedy flop flop for sure.


Well, it isn't in the cinemas is it! people are rushing out to watch 3d stuff! regadless of what it is!

Also, pubs can't wait to get involved showing 3d sports in the bars, regardless of the premiums!

People said HD would flop. And perhaps they said the same when colour tv came out, i wasn't old enough to know any better.

Rich_T
how many 3D movies are available? i cant think of any!


They are just starting to come out now,

Samsung have some technology on the way aparently, which will emulate 3d on non 3d sources, not sure how this works, but it will work on gaming also, 3d gaming hasn't even started yet.. im sure that will be the next big thing.. xbox 3d 60 and ps3d lol
#34
And already there is 4D TV.

Well. Not Really!:)

Still cant wait to see OLED Tv's making a breakthru.
#35
imdave
So what would be the cost for the same tv and blu player minus the 3D guff?


the tv is 3d, so you would be going for a completely different tv.

you can pick up 50" tv's from £600+. blu ray players can be £50+

so £1000 less
#36
Personally I think 3D is just the last wheeze the CE corps can come up with to shift the last LCD/Plasmas before OLED kicks off in time for the next Olympics in '12.

I don't get it, £100 shutter glasses for everyone (or the 3D channel is horrible & unwatchable to those without), they also have an emitter that costs £40 - £75 on some sets (& doesn't come with the TV).

Then there's that whole 'sweet-spot' thing (this is where the no-glasses 3D fails badly at present).

I just can't see it taking off myself.
#37
I've seen a few movies in 3D, House of Wax and a Western. There isn't much 3D content and wait until $$$ky start charging an extra £10 for their 3D channel while the rest of the World it is mostly free.

They have 3D channels coming in the USA. I know one channel is free. As it is HD is a standard in the USA while we are penilised in this country to get 3D TV like it's some kind of luxury.
#38
Bit early for this tech for me...never seems to pay being an early adopter! Let the 3d battle commence! Fair enough it's not the same as HDDVD vs Bluray, and the set will probably still be compatible but doesn't mean there won't be a winner in the 3d battle, one method will prevail! Like digital tv...I was an early adopter of OnDigital and got burned there...though if I remember correctly I did get ITV2 whilst my SKY buddies were left with only a single ITV channel...mwahahaha!
#39
Don't forget the viewing angle on 3d tvs- unless you are sat pretty much in front of it, you will not be getting the full 3d effect.
#40
Until there is a standard in 3d it wont catch on - youve not only got 2 types of glasses available but youve also got multiple tech being developed for 3d without the glasses -and imo the latter is the only way it will catch on

Ive seen Christmas Carol and Avatar in 3d and neither of them increased the viewing pleasure just made my head hurt more

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