Samsung PS51D550 51-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 3D Plasma TV with Freeview HD - £681.05 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Samsung PS51D550 51" 3D Plasma TV

600hz Subfield Motion, 3D (with 2D/3D conversion), 4 HDMI, AllShare, Freeview HD

£769.99 at Play.com
£899.10 at Tesco.com

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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-PS51D550-51-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/tech-data/B004SMCEDM/ref=de_a_smtd
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6 Likes #1
We don't care Horace, it's a good price.

I have 2 Sony LCD TVs, and this is still a hot deal. Bear in mind the glasses aren't included with the TV though which are £45 when Amazon get them back in stock.

Edited By: bluespace77 on Jun 16, 2011 17:54: .
#2
#3
I have this TV, I bought it from Dixons online 2 months ago for 749.99.

Its a really good TV for the money, there is no shadowing on any 3d bluray i've played so far - I own pretty much all official 3d film releases.

bluespace is correct though - you don't get any glasses, make sure you get the NEW glasses too, the bluetooth ones either 3100, 3300 or 3700, I have 4 pairs of 3300, usb chargable - cost 99.99 each though - I think the 45.00 ones must either be the old infrared ones or the 3100 which require batteries.
#4
Great deal IMO.
#5
I hope this years Samsung 3D plasmas aren't as unreliable as last years, otherwise there could be a few people returning this.

Josh
#6
tescos has the c one for £450 the other day.. this is a good deal
1 Like #7
I genuinely think that Horace is jealous of anyone who owns a 3D plasma TV. Having trialled LED and Plasma 3D, the Plasma beats the pants off LED.

Josh

Edited By: r3tract on Jun 16, 2011 19:42: F
#8
Is a viewing distance of 2 metres far enough away from a screen this size?
#9
I would say 2 metres is too far. But that's just me. :)

Josh
#10
chevychase
Is a viewing distance of 2 metres far enough away from a screen this size?


THX recommended viewing distance for a 50" set is 5-7.5 ft. Obviously thats based on creating an immersive experience for the viewer.

Everything else is subjective and only you can really answer if its too big for your room, etc.
#11
Anyone know if the TV can rotate on the stand or fixed to one position?
#12
r3tract
I genuinely think that Horace is jealous of anyone who owns a 3D plasma TV. Having trialled LED and Plasma 3D, the Plasma beats the pants of LED.

Josh

Amen to that, Pioneer Kuro owner here and wouldn't touch anything else
#13
Also worth mentioning this should play 3D MKV's from USB drives including NTFS HDDs. May come in handy if you don't want to pay the Sky 3D subscription as many 3D Blu-Ray's are manufacture exclusive and only availible if included with hardware.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Blu-ray_3D_releases#Feature_Films

Most films can be downloaded as MKV SBS and MKV alternating and if you already own the 2D Blu-ray I don't see the issue with that.

Edited By: bluespace77 on Jun 16, 2011 19:28: .
#14
I am thinking about getting this TV but I think the deal at Robert Whyte is better for what you get...

http://www.robertwhyteltd.co.uk/ps51d550-c-12-p-1770

Includes 5 year warranty and 2 pairs of glasses for £839.98 (£158.93 more than this deal)
#15
Voted hot as it is a good price for the spec, but I have had so much hassle with Samsung. I've owned a PS50A656 and a PS50B850 within the last 2 and a half years, the B850 replaced the A656 after it developed an unrepairable fault and the B850 was in and out of the local authorised repairer far too often for my liking.

I have to say though that despite Samsung's faulty products and horrible after-sales support, the retailer (John Lewis) proved to be extremely supportive - after speaking to a lady in customer services after my B850 had been back to the repairer for the third time I was offered my money back in full (with no value depreciation).

For the above reason I personally won't buy TV's from anywhere other than John Lewis, but I have heard good things about Amazon when it comes to disputes over faulty products.
#16
Just to confirm that this tv does swivel on its stand. About 30deg., I think.
#17
Not bad as long as u dont expect the smart hub, built in wifi, etc etc
#18
That's a cracking deal.
Voted hot.
#19
TAZMANUK
Not bad as long as u dont expect the smart hub, built in wifi, etc etc

Can the Samsung TV USB wifi dongle be fitted?
#20
DaleR
Wish I'd seen this earlier, just picked up an LG 47LW650t for £699 and a 47LX9990 for £549 but wanted plasma ideally :(


I'm sure you did, bro.

Josh
#21
DaleR
Wish I'd seen this earlier, just picked up an LG 47LW650t for £699 and a 47LX9990 for £549 but wanted plasma ideally :(
Where did u get the LG 47LW650t from for £699? Lovely tv in my opinion and I'm after one! I've seen the 550 so guess the 650 is better...
banned#22
turniplord
I have this TV, I bought it from Dixons online 2 months ago for 749.99.

Its a really good TV for the money, there is no shadowing on any 3d bluray i've played so far - I own pretty much all official 3d film releases.

bluespace is correct though - you don't get any glasses, make sure you get the NEW glasses too, the bluetooth ones either 3100, 3300 or 3700, I have 4 pairs of 3300, usb chargable - cost 99.99 each though - I think the 45.00 ones must either be the old infrared ones or the 3100 which require batteries.


are you looking to adopt grown adults? a probationary period is fine as long I get to see all the movies.
#23
I would have been up for this if i hadn't bought one in january hot for me ;)
#24
Why is plasma better than led / lcd?
#25
but with the glasses at 47.99, for two people you're looking at another £100, making it close to £780. Yeah it's a good deal but it's the classic thing of paying a bit more for this, paying a bit more for that, then you've wound up paying over what you wanted by quite a fair bit. If it came with at least one pair of glasses I'd def buy.

Unless it does come with one pair and I'm being blind? I think it's a bit out of order to sell a 3D TV and not include glasses with it.
#26
Oh very tempted as I've just received a refund from John Lewis for my faulty Sony 40" LCD and want a 50"....not fussed for 3D though
#27
DaleR
Wish I'd seen this earlier, just picked up an LG 47LW650t for £699 and a 47LX9990 for £549 but wanted plasma ideally :(

Where on earth did you find a 47 inch 650t for £699??? I'm currently looking at the 47 inch 550t and the cheapest I can find it is £999.
1 Like #28
Dingle1983
DaleR
Wish I'd seen this earlier, just picked up an LG 47LW650t for £699 and a 47LX9990 for £549 but wanted plasma ideally :(

Where on earth did you find a 47 inch 650t for £699??? I'm currently looking at the 47 inch 550t and the cheapest I can find it is £999.
Really want to know too! It's a fappin awesome set (550t at least).The samsung on this post is nowhere near as nice in my opinion, and the passive 3d on the LG is awesome and the future I think, just want the right deal and at £699 my card is ready and waiting. Sorry to divert the thread but worthy I believe! Just my opinions from my own experience on 3d of a Panasonic plasma active 3d vs LG cinema, active=sharper but flickers and eyestrain, LG, less sharp but no flicker and very watchable. Also for the no glasses 3d TVs, I don't get on very well with the Nintendo 3DS so if the technology of the screens will be the same then Passive/polarising is definitely the one to beat IMO. Another format war..... I did read that IMAX binned the active system in favour of passive years ago. Maybe unfounded as I don't trust everything I read though...?
#29
dave0
DaleR
Wish I'd seen this earlier, just picked up an LG 47LW650t for £699 and a 47LX9990 for £549 but wanted plasma ideally :(

Where did u get the LG 47LW650t from for £699? Lovely tv in my opinion and I'm after one! I've seen the 550 so guess the 650 is better...


Got it from Merryhill clearance store
#30
DaleR
dave0
DaleR
Wish I'd seen this earlier, just picked up an LG 47LW650t for £699 and a 47LX9990 for £549 but wanted plasma ideally :(

Where did u get the LG 47LW650t from for £699? Lovely tv in my opinion and I'm after one! I've seen the 550 so guess the 650 is better...


Got it from Merryhill clearance store


Did they have many in stock as that is an awesome deal?
#31
Fantastic TV and great price. Just ordered.

Thanks for posting.

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