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SAMSUNG SERIES 5 LE40A559/558 HD TV @ PLAY = £522.49

£522.49 @ Play.Com
Great price for this Full HD Tv! £549.99 less 5% discount code = £522.49 + quidco The code i a bit tricky to get but does work! HD Ready 1080P Built In Digital TV Tuner 30000 : 1 Dynamic Co…
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Great price for this Full HD Tv!

£549.99 less 5% discount code = £522.49 + quidco
The code i a bit tricky to get but does work!

HD Ready 1080P
Built In Digital TV Tuner
30000 : 1 Dynamic Contrast
DNIe + Image Technology
SRS Trusurround
3x HDMI Connections
2x SCART Connections
1x Component Connections
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#1
Great deal for a well reviewed tv
#2
I paid over £700 for this TV 6 months ago and it is simply superb. Worth every single penny!!!
#3
If you read the specs listed against this TV its only 10000 contrast ratio and not FULL HD. I ordered a Samsung T200HD Monitor/TV before from play.com and they sent me a Samsung T200 Monitor. Beware you may get a non Full HD Samsung TV. Read the Specs... They may have enetered the wrong model number in the title.:thumbsup:
#4
Play do have the wrong spec details for this model but you should get the Series 5 with the specs quoted above.

Whats this TV like for watching football?
#5
Awesome, voted hot. Was a bit disapointed I missed out on the earlier LE40A556P Deal at Dixons.


Does anyone know what the difference is between LE40A559, LE40A558 & LE40A556.. I guess the last model is probabyl some sort of DSG retail group specific model, but other than the shape of the base is there any other differences?
#6
GeordieBoy
Awesome, voted hot. Was a bit disapointed I missed out on the earlier LE40A556P Deal at Dixons.


Does anyone know what the difference is between LE40A559, LE40A558 & LE40A556.. I guess the last model is probabyl some sort of DSG retail group specific model, but other than the shape of the base is there any other differences?



http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le40a559p-le40a556p-20080618120.htm

Here's the review for this tv & the other samsung you mentioned, There basiclly the same tv with a few cosmetic differences (just read the start of the review)
#7
The specs have now been amended on the Play site to the correct ones.
#8
Personally I'd avoid Play.com and hope you all do aswell. Please refere to the 30 pages of complaints regarding HP printer and what complete rip off merchants Play.com are. Do not believe the prices that they advertise as they cancel almost 50% of their orders, take your money, then refund it up to 30 days later after telling you you don't have a leg to stand on! Buyer Beware!
#9
Thats interesting, I have ordered about 70 things from play since 2003 and ive only been the one to mess up.
#10
I bought this for £600 only 3 months ago!!! :x

Great TV though.
#11
I have placed over 700 orders with play.com dating back to 2000, I've never experienced an issue and they've always honoured mis-pricing! One problem can't count for the entire integrity of a company with such a well priced large catalogue of products

I've owned this t.v for nearly 6 months, first one arrived faulty - no sound, second one arrived perfect. The menu for the freeview can stick once or twice a month, but it never lasts for more than 10 seconds. Other than that it's a great t.v with great standard definition and high definition output.

However when you receive the set I recommend you browse avforums for the best settings. Having read a few peoples comments and settings I found the perfect picture for the environment. If you go with the straight out the box settings you'll be disappointed.
#12
unseenangelwings
Personally I'd avoid Play.com and hope you all do aswell. Please refere to the 30 pages of complaints regarding HP printer and what complete rip off merchants Play.com are. Do not believe the prices that they advertise as they cancel almost 50% of their orders, take your money, then refund it up to 30 days later after telling you you don't have a leg to stand on! Buyer Beware!


hmmmm ive been using play.com for years, never had a problem yet! ordered TV's. Laptops the lot! Plus if you referring to Play Trade accounts i avoid them, and only use play.com themselves.

But back to this, great price for a fantastic brand TV. Voted Hot from me
#13
Dylan1357
I have placed over 700 orders with play.com dating back to 2000, I've never experienced an issue and they've always honoured mis-pricing!


lol, I have just made about 60 orders from play and they have NOT honoured 4 things that they said were mispriced. The only one that was an obvious misprice was the james bond dvd collection, think they priced it at £10 and it was supposed to be over £100.

I wouldn't think twice about ordering from them again though because they have always refunded/replaced when needed.
#14
Can anyone tell me what warranty you get with this? And can it be extended, and if so, how much?
Cheers
BB
#15
Good price for a good TV - picked mine (LE40A559P) up from Empire Direct about 6 months ago for £530 not including the 3 year warranty upgrade I took out - I've been very pleased with it, picture quality is fine for normal TV, HD DVDs look awesome and xbox360 gaming is out of this world on it!

Definitely recommend this to anyone who's in the market for a TV.

The one thing I'd say is that Standard Def TV didn't look that good out of the box - however if you look at avforums.com there are a load of threads on there where people have posted the optimum settings - I did that on receiving the TV and it looked loads better straight away!
#16
Has no-one heard of the trade description act? I've just taken delivery of Guitar Hero Band Kit because one website posted the product description for this against the game only. I now have the drums, microphone guitar and they even sent me the pre-order bonus guitar.

Trade Descriptions Act 1968 (I think) states if the description details such, it must be included. Internet companies are by no means exempt and should honour their description. If it's ebay, play trade, amazon market place, I wouldn't hold your breath but otherwise moan until they send you the stuff at the right price.... As for people like studio24 who have pricing conditions in their T&C's stating prices are guaranteed, just avoid these cowboys as they think they're above the law.
#17
hello,
I am tempted to buy this TV. but I have some questions:
1- What is the warranty for this TV?
2- Which one should I go? This TV or this one:
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5366701/Trail/searchtext%3E42LG5000.htm
3- This TV has a USB, but for what?
#18
great deal,,
just ordered one , thanks
#19
snam_34
hello,
I am tempted to buy this TV. but I have some questions:
1- What is the warranty for this TV?
2- Which one should I go? This TV or this one:
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5366701/Trail/searchtext%3E42LG5000.htm
3- This TV has a USB, but for what?


Its up to you but the argos one has a 3 year warranty (with a proper insurance company) and play.com will have 12 months warranty with play.com, the usb on a tv is normally for you to view your pictures in some sort of a slideshow on your tv.

See if you can find some proper reviews on the sets and make your own mind up from them.
#20
play.com will have 12 months warranty with play.com
Are you sure about that? Play.com are based in Jersey and as far as I'm aware, they only offer 28 day warranties because that's what they can get away with under Jersey specific law.

An example of a post from another forum: -

I have just had to report a faulty PS3 Blu-Ray remote and after being passed from Play to Sony and back again Play inform me that under Jersey trading law they will not replace/refund any product over 28 days old (this was bought in December) and that the contract for any electronic goods after 28 days is with the manufacturer and not Play.
#21
Wodja
Its up to you but the argos one has a 3 year warranty (with a proper insurance company) and play.com will have 12 months warranty with play.com, the usb on a tv is normally for you to view your pictures in some sort of a slideshow on your tv.

See if you can find some proper reviews on the sets and make your own mind up from them.


How do you know that Argos one has 3 years warranty? I could not find anything on site.
banned#22
unseenangelwings
Personally I'd avoid Play.com and hope you all do aswell. Please refere to the 30 pages of complaints regarding HP printer and what complete rip off merchants Play.com are. Do not believe the prices that they advertise as they cancel almost 50% of their orders, take your money, then refund it up to 30 days later after telling you you don't have a leg to stand on! Buyer Beware!


Like others here, I`ve been using play for years with hundreds of orders under my belt without any problems. play.com are A-OK in my book! You can`t **** off a company because you`ve had one or two bad experiences!
#23
Snam_34:
How do you know that Argos one has 3 years warranty? I could not find anything on site.


You didn't look hard enough. Click on the red special offers tab next to the details to view special offer #2 which is a free 3 year warranty.

As for Play.com's reputation, all I can add is that I must have ordered about 20 things from Play.com in the last 3 years and never had an order cancelled by them yet which is more than I can for some E-tailers I have ordered from before. The in-stock goods are always delivered promptly in my experience and I would definitely choose to order from them before many other E-tailers.
#24
what about Amazon? Which one is better?

They offer this product with the same price, but I am wondering what is the warranty detail for them.

any body has any idea?
#25
I wouldnt give it house room !
#26
Price has jumped up £30 - So its now about £550 with the voucher

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