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What a bargain, a 37" LED Backlit Full HD Tv @ £400.



Amazon £479
Play.com £662.49
PC World £499





The Samsung UE37C5100 packs many of Samsung's innovations into a slim package suitable for flats and most living rooms. Samsung's "Mega Dynamic Contrast" gives crisp images and its "Wide Colour Enhancer Plus" keeps the images vivid.

As well as 4 HDMI ports, component, composite and PC video, USB connectivity allows compatible memory stick, portable MP3 players and hard drives to be connected to the TV for playback of MP3. The UE37C5100 can connect to your home network by ethernet cable, or wirelessly with the optional WIS09ABGNX USB wireless adaptor, to play media from your computer or connect to the internet.

The UE37C5100 has numerous advanced ways of working with other hardware. Using Anynet+ it can control compatible Samsung devices with the television's remote. Allshare connects compatible devices, including phones, to stay updated on calls and messages and share media.

SAMSUNG UE37C5100 LED TELEVISION SPECIFICATIONS
Type: 37" LED HD Panel
Resolution: 1920x 1080
Colours: Features Samsung's "Wide Color Enhancer Plus"
Contrast ratio: Mega Contrast: 2,000,000:1
Video options: Contrast, brightness, sharpness, colour (tint & tone), backlight adjustment, black adjustment, gamma, white balance, edge enhancement and picture size controls.
Sound system: 2 x 10W amplifier and speakers with woofer built in
Playback functions: MP3 music file playback from compatible USB memory sticks, portable MP3 players and hard drives
TV Tuner: Freeview (digital) & analogue tuners, automatic channel scanning, easy to use Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Teletext: Teletext from analogue reception
Connections: 4 x HDMI in (supporting 1080/24p video & audio input)
Component video in (via adapter cable which connects to 3 x RCA/phono)
Composite video in (via adapter cable which connects to RCA/phono)
SCART in (via adapter)
stereo audio in (via adapter which connects to 2 x RCA/phono)
PC in (via 15 pin D-Sub)
Common Interface slot for pay to view cards etc.
Optical digital audio out (via toslink - for connecting tuner's audio out to AV receiver or amp)
2 x USB (for connection of compatible memory sticks, MP3 players or portable hard drives for MP3 music playback or connection to a wireless network with the optional wireless LAN adapter)
Ethernet connection for networking and connecting to the internet
Headphone out (via 3.5mm minijack)
Antenna socket
Supplied accessories: Remote control, cleaning cloth, SCART adapter, Component video adapter, A/V connection adapter
W x H x D (mm): 908 x 621 x 255 (with stand)
908 x 561 x 29.9 (without stand)
Weight (kg): 14.2 (with stand)
10.6 (without stand)
Finish: Black
Extra: Auto on, off & sleep timers, on-screen display, parental lock, 16:9/4:3 modes, auto set-up, auto power off, energy saving feature. Samsung's AnyNet+ control system - for control of other Samsung separates using a single remote.


+ £40 delivery
- PraxxtorCruel
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#1
Bidding my time waiting for these to be 300.00

Want one for the bedroom, but cant justify 400.00 for an hours tvs while going to sleep watching family guy.
1 Like #2
Yeah, they look great on the wall. Just for family guy though - there's no need for such a spec.
banned 3 Likes #3
Sorry Joe but this should really priced as £440 as they charge £40 for delivery...
#4
Just about to mention the £40 delivery charge too.......but beaten to it
1 Like #5
Its a poor tv IMO i sent it back ! horrible blue backlight tint when viewing from angles the bigger the angle the worse it got.It isn't up to scratch compared to similar priced lcds

Unless your spending big money on a high end there is no point bothering with the low end leds unless being thin is so important to you.

I may have had a faulty one but from what i read they are not better than lcd yet IMO.

It depends on what you use it for and if you notice stuff.As little things start to become a pain once you see them your always looking for them !

Have fun and i hope everyone who has or is going to buy it the best of luck.

I will only buy from amazon or JL as there returns are hassel freeeeeeee ! No freeview hd is a let down. I've also returned a 40"c580 due to ghosting and am still looking for a 37" or 32" which i can use as a monitor mainly.



Edited By: Gunner4Life on Mar 23, 2011 16:03: oo
#6
Essentially a Samsung LE37C530 with edge-lit backlighting in a sharp suit. Very pretty indeed.

For best picture quality for the cash, consider the Samsung LE40C580. £400 delivered from Amazon. Review here http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le40c580-le32c580-20100728791.htm . 'Highly Recommended'. Case depth 7cm.
#7
Hope this means the 32" version will drop soon. Been waiting for it to head back under £300 for a bit.
[mod]#8
Just bought one for the bathroom thanks........ I wish.
#9
NeoTrix
Just bought one for the bathroom thanks........ I wish.


Whys that so you can watch cbeebies while you take a dump :p
#10
Mentos
Hope this means the 32" version will drop soon. Been waiting for it to head back under £300 for a bit.


The c580 32" ? I don't think it will be just yet but you never know :3
#11
dooper
Essentially a Samsung LE37C530 with edge-lit backlighting in a sharp suit. Very pretty indeed.

For best picture quality for the cash, consider the Samsung LE40C580. £400 delivered from Amazon. Review here http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le40c580-le32c580-20100728791.htm . 'Highly Recommended'. Case depth 7cm.


I agree as long as you don't plan to use it as some sort of monitor (_;) The ghosting got on my nerves and ending in me returning (this was before i tried the c5100 which went back to) I am either going to suck it up and reorder the 40"c580 or a lg ld490 in either 32 or 37" but i am currently undecided.There is actually little choice when yur set on a samsung and avoid their own panel. All 37" lcds seem to have reported buzzing problems which why i am holding back.Its also over £30 more for the 37c580 over the 40" which i am not happy about. I do love the c580 was a shame the 46" with the panel i want ! Caused too much eye strain in the 3 months i owned it that i had to get rid.

SImply the c580 is a great valued tv and shouldn't even be in the same series as the 530 as its just so much better. I am sure this is likely to be the same with the c5100 and c5800 too.


Edited By: Gunner4Life on Mar 22, 2011 22:38
#12
The C5100 is an entry level Edge-lit LED TV. Only 50hz, No Internet TV and No Freeview HD. BUT for the price you can't really complain.
#13
dooper
Essentially a Samsung LE37C530 with edge-lit backlighting in a sharp suit. Very pretty indeed.

For best picture quality for the cash, consider the Samsung LE40C580. £400 delivered from Amazon. Review herehttp://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le40c580-le32c580-20100728791.htm . 'Highly Recommended'. Case depth 7cm.

Why does every tv thread have this same post in from the same poster!!!!!!!
Do you work for Samsung

Evebn if this TV is great, isnt it a better deal at JL, only £60 more but with a 5 year gtee

Edited By: jukie on Mar 23, 2011 07:42
#14
I agree; this is not the best TV in the world. But it will 'Look' brilliant. I won't personally be buying an LED just yet - but as said, for the average Martin watching the average TV - it will look great.
#15
jukie

Why does every tv thread have this same post in from the same poster!!!!!!!


Before I bought my TV, I did a lot of research on 37" - 42" TVs in the £400 price bracket. It's just information to be noted / ignored as appropriate. If just one person considering this deal finds it helpful, then it's worthwhile. When deals are posted for 37" - 42" TVs, I'm quite likely to contribute.

jukie
Do you work for Samsung


I work for no-one. Ain't life grand! I didn't even want a Samsung. I wanted a Panasonic Viera TXP-42G20 plasma. While looking for a deal on HUKD, my gas boiler expired & my budget for other purchases was suddenly reduced.

I ended up with £400 to spend on a TV. IMHO, the best blend of performance & build quality is the Samsung LE40C580. The Toshiba 40RV753 & Samsung LE40C530 are also excellent.

jukie
Evebn if this TV is great, isnt it a better deal at JL, only £60 more but with a 5 year gtee


Agreed, however, this UE37C5100 deal includes a 1 year warranty, so I mentioned the Amazon pricing as it's also for a 1 year warranty.
#16
jukie
dooper
Essentially a Samsung LE37C530 with edge-lit backlighting in a sharp suit. Very pretty indeed.

For best picture quality for the cash, consider the Samsung LE40C580. £400 delivered from Amazon. Review herehttp://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le40c580-le32c580-20100728791.htm . 'Highly Recommended'. Case depth 7cm.


Why does every tv thread have this same post in from the same poster!!!!!!!
Do you work for Samsung

Evebn if this TV is great, isnt it a better deal at JL, only £60 more but with a 5 year gtee


Mmmmm that depends, Thats £60 towards a new tv in 2-3 years.In that time the one you buy now is going to be out dated.

So IMO Its not worth it unless a tv is prone for a certain problem (37" LCD's buzzzzzzz) Then i would possibly consider it, when brought the mw2 super elite on release i opted for games extra warrenty.What a waste of £35 ! As now if it breaks i cba with the hassel involved, it most likely will cost me and the new slim is out and of course the delays that come with most returns.

So from my view it wouldn't be. Just like i think the 40c580 is better than this. BUT I have returned both ! However the c580 is better IMO and will last me 2 years which by then i'll pay a similar price and should get 100 or 200hz and 3d as well. Which is why i won't pay loads for a item. As a year or 2 or 3 its worth a lot less and is out dated.

That £60 can then go towards that new set. Or used towards a fix if the worse did happen.
#17
There's some good advice here http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/insurance/cheap-free-warranties about Warranties... may save you a few quid.
#18
Gunner4Life
jukie
dooper
Essentially a Samsung LE37C530 with edge-lit backlighting in a sharp suit. Very pretty indeed.

For best picture quality for the cash, consider the Samsung LE40C580. £400 delivered from Amazon. Review herehttp://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le40c580-le32c580-20100728791.htm . 'Highly Recommended'. Case depth 7cm.

Why does every tv thread have this same post in from the same poster!!!!!!!
Do you work for Samsung

Evebn if this TV is great, isnt it a better deal at JL, only £60 more but with a 5 year gtee

Mmmmm that depends, Thats £60 towards a new tv in 2-3 years.In that time the one you buy now is going to be out dated.

So IMO Its not worth it unless a tv is prone for a certain problem (37" LCD's buzzzzzzz) Then i would possibly consider it, when brought the mw2 super elite on release i opted for games extra warrenty.What a waste of £35 ! As now if it breaks i cba with the hassel involved, it most likely will cost me and the new slim is out and of course the delays that come with most returns.

So from my view it wouldn't be. Just like i think the 40c580 is better than this. BUT I have returned both ! However the c580 is better IMO and will last me 2 years which by then i'll pay a similar price and should get 100 or 200hz and 3d as well. Which is why i won't pay loads for a item. As a year or 2 or 3 its worth a lot less and is out dated.

That £60 can then go towards that new set. Or used towards a fix if the worse did happen.

The warranty advice may be ok for a youngster, I am looking for a TV for my eldery parents
who wont be doing anything other than watching TV on it so it wont br oudated as long as the pic quality lasts.
#19
I agree with the comment re the blue sheen... it has taken me all day to adjust the settings to get rid of as much of the sheen as possible, but it is still present on certain programmes. I think it is a worse problem in daylight. However, after all the adjusting it is siginficantly less noticeable. So, be prepared to have to undertake a lot of trial and error to get the required picture quality, but it is certainly worth it. I have also turned down the motion smoothness as I can't get used to it, for example,'Carry on Cleo' was a film showing as I was setting up. I normally watch it with the usual film flicker. Showing on this screen, everything is smoothed and seems a bit unnatural, which I guess is down to familiarity with films that are many years old.

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