Samsung Series 5 50" PS50B551 / HD 1080p / 600Hz Subfield Motion / Freeview / Plasma TV - £599.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Samsung Series 5 50" PS50B551 / HD 1080p / 600Hz Subfield Motion / Freeview / Plasma TV - £599.99 @ Play

£599.99 @ Play.Com
Excellent price for this 50" Features: Series: 5 FilterBright: FilterBright Video 600Hz Subfield Motion Screen Size (cm): 50" (127) Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Picture Engine: DNIe+ D… Read More
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Excellent price for this 50"

Features:
Series: 5
FilterBright: FilterBright
Video
600Hz Subfield Motion
Screen Size (cm): 50" (127)
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Picture Engine: DNIe+
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 2,000,000:1
Contrast Ratio: 40,000:1
600Hz Subfield Motion: Yes
100Hz
1080 FHD Motion
Wide Colour Enhancer: WCE 2
Number of Colours(Expressed): Natural True Color (18bit)
Grey Level(Gradation): 262,144
Film Mode (Cinema Progressive): Yes
Digital Comb Filter: 3D
Digital Noise Reduction: Yes
Audio
Sound Effect System: SRS TruSurround HD
Dolby: Dolby Digital Plus
Speaker Type: Down Firing
Sound Output(RMS): 20W (10Wx2)
Features
USB 2.0 Yes (USB 2.0)
Anti Burn-in Technology: Yes (APS, Signal pattern, Side gray)
Teletext(TTXT): 1000P
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC): Yes
User Interface: Intelligent
OSD Language: 25 Language
Sleep Timer: Yes
Clock & On/Off Timer: Yes
Auto Channel Search: Yes
Auto Power Off: Yes
Power Saving: Yes
EPG: Yes (8 Days)
Auto Volume Leveller: Yes
Detail Settings: Yes
LNA Plus: Yes
System
DTV Type: DVB-T/C
MPEG4: Yes
DTV Tuner Built-in: Yes
Input / Output (Side)
HDMI: 1
USB: 1
Cl slot: 1
Composite(AV): 1
Input / Output (Back)
HDMI: 3
PC input (D-sub): 1
PC Audio Input (Mini Jack): 1
DVI Audio Input (Mini Jack): 1
Component(Y/Pb/Pr): 1
Digital Audio (Optical): 1
Headphone: 1
RF Input : 1
Audio Out (L/R): 1
RS232C (Service Only): 1 (service only)
Scart: 2
Design
Type: Crystal TV
Colour: Platinum Black
Stand Neck Type: Transparent Grey
Swivel (Left/Right): Yes
Dimensions
Set Size(WXHXD) with Stand: 1240x822x290
Set Size(WXHXD) without Stand: 1240x766x74
Set Weight with Stand: 38.4
Set weight without stand: 33.4
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1 Like #1
Great price for the size, unfortunately wouldn't recommend people to buy them because the money you'd save would cost more in your electricity bills.
#2
Good price!
#3
whizzkid


Why don't you edit the thread with the proper link.
#4
thanks op great price ordered one
#5
These are great TVs. I've had one more or less the same (cant remember model number) for a year now and think its the bees knees.

Power usage is probably going to be high.
#6
Some BAD reports about Play.

Anyone got any thoughts as I can't afford to wait weeks for delivery and I really want this set.
#7
And what happens if it goes wrong? Do PLAY get involved or does it come with a service agreement with a local company bearing in mind that they are in Jersey and the call centre is outsourced to indonesia.
#8
don't trust samsung plasmas.
#9
jp22
Great price for the size, unfortunately wouldn't recommend people to buy them because the money you'd save would cost more in your electricity bills.


Here's an quote from an American article from cnet. Make your own mind up whether £20 a year extra in electricity bills is worth it.

"For households that pay somewhere near the average retail cost for energy--11.55 cents per kilowatt per hour in 2009--and that watch near the average amount per TV--about 5.2 hours per day--the cost to watch a 50-inch 1080p plasma TV is about $64 per year in the calibrated light output mode (see How We Test). The average 52- to 55-inch LCD TV costs about $29 per year for the same light output, and, of course, smaller TVs use less energy. Sure, both electricity costs and average daily TV use are increasing steadily every year; however, those amounts still don't take a major chunk out of most household budgets. According to the Department of Energy, for example, the average refrigerator uses nearly $90 worth of energy per year."

Of course, the average American refrigerator is the size of my living room.
#10
THRILLER-DEEJAY
don't trust samsung plasmas.


Why not? What's wrong with them?
#11
jp22
Great price for the size, unfortunately wouldn't recommend people to buy them because the money you'd save would cost more in your electricity bills.


Actually there are several reasons why I disagree with this:

1. While plasmas can be more energy hungry, it's not always true. if you're watching darker images e.g movies, they take up less power than LCDs
2. 52" 1080p LCDs are more expensive to buy than this
3. Plasmas at this size have better pictures than LCDs, although newer LED backlight TVs are catching up
4.Most plasmas now have a longer lifespan, LCDs are usually 60,000 hours whereas plasmas can be up to 100,000 hours
#12
rizla01
And what happens if it goes wrong? Do PLAY get involved or does it come with a service agreement with a local company bearing in mind that they are in Jersey and the call centre is outsourced to indonesia.


my experiences of play CS and returns has not been good and I wouldn't buy a high value item from them. Maybe I'm just unlucky though.
#13
Indeed, the power consumption is 350W - that is essentially a small radiator. Still, the price is good, and it could have a really outstanding picture quality. (Does it?)
#14
twoism
THRILLER-DEEJAY
don't trust samsung plasmas.


Why not? What's wrong with them?


Friend has one and you his started to have bright white flickering over the screen just after a year.
#15
oh a btw this tv doesn't do blu-ray 24p.
#16
Oh well, seems like they're gone now anyway.
#17
I think it's expired.

D.

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