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Samsung UE40B7020W 40-inch LED Ultra-slim Television - £1,039.99 @ Argos

£1039.99 @ Argos
This tv is only 29.9mm thick! Use code SAM200 at checkout to get at this price (£200 off) Also £10 off £100 This is under the special offers tab on the link. Offer ends 13th december … Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
This tv is only 29.9mm thick!

Use code SAM200 at checkout to get at this price (£200 off)
Also £10 off £100

This is under the special offers tab on the link.

Offer ends 13th december


* Ultra slim Crystal TV.
* Mega Dynamic contrast ratio.
* 100Hz.
* Ultra clear panel.
* Wireless DLNA content library.
* WiseLink Pro (JPEG, MP3 and MPEG4).
* MediaLink (Yahoo! Widget Service).
* Zig Bee remote

Television Picture Quality:
* Full HD (1080p).
* Integrated digital (Freeview).
* 40in (102cm) widescreen TV with 102cm visible screen size.
* Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
* 100Hz.
* Contrast ratio 3,000,000:1 Dynamic.
* Samsung LED image engine image enhancement.
* Progressive scan.

Connectivity:
* 4 HDMI sockets.
* 1 DVI socket.
* 1 SCART socket.
* PC input socket.
* Component video socket.
* Composite.
* Optical connection.
* Headphone socket.
* AV socket (rear).

Sound Quality:
* NICAM sound system.
* 2 x 10W RMS power output.

Freeview Features:
* Digitally interactive.
* Digital text.
* Digital audio broadcasting (DAB).
* Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
* Auto setup.
* Auto scan for new channels.
* Now and next electronic programme guide.
* 5 day Electronic Programme Guide.
* CI slot.

Additional Features:
* Teletext.
* UHF tuner.
* Auto setup.
* Auto search tuner.
* Auto search sorting.
* Auto search labelling.
* Sleep timer.
* Child lock.
* Picture in Picture.
* Picture and Text.
* Remote control requires 2 x AAA batteries (included).
* 230V AC mains operated.
* Size of TV (H)63, (W)99.6, (D)3cm.
* Weight of TV 14.8kg (unpackaged).
* Complete with pedestal stand.
* Size of TV with stand (H)69.2, (W)99.6, (D)25.5cm.
* Weight of TV with stand 18.5kg.
* Suitable for wall mounting (brackets not included).
* Standby power consumption <1 watt
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#1
Flawed auto dimming feature on this TV makes it horrible to watch, and the edge bleed from the light isn't great either.
I was considering buying it when it was released, but was disapointed with it.

Also, input lag means it's not too great for gaming either.


It's a nice TV to look at.....when it's not turned on.
#2
I had a philips TV with auto dimming on and it was pain to watch, though I could turn it off, I assume the Samsung would be the same?

Looking at these TV's in the shops they look really nice, if you are after one of these TV's, it's a good price for a 40" set. Shame you can't pick up from store though.
#3
Hummm is it worth waiting for all UK TV's to be DVB-T2?, can't be long before they all start to support it?
#4
Bad price for a bad LCD.
#5
Shocking price
#6
Bad? I'm confused - everyone seemed to love it here http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/494507/samsung-series-7-7020-40-ue40b7020-
It's not a normal LCD, it's LED edge lit. If you don't understand the technology then you shouldn't comment.

You can also use the Samsung £150 cash back on this offer - [url]www.samsung.com/eco[/url]

I've been thinking hard if ether to get one of these.

Do read up on AVForums though as some users have had issues with "clouding" which is noticeable on dark screens with the lights off. Remember that these guys are passionate and quite **** about their technology though, other users are very happy with it. Maybe it's down to luck.
#7
Don't forget 1.5% Quidco also spend over £100 and get £10 of free Argos vouchers. Ends 17/11/09
#8
are we debating if this is a good price for the model quoted, or whether it is the best tv in the universe ?

lets stick to the post, we all have our own differing opinions on which is the best tv.

If you can find a cheaper price then say, if not add heat !
#9
nokmond
Bad price for a bad LCD.


Not really. It's bad that many people don't know just how good these TVs are (or vote deals cold when they don't actually understand anything about the product on which they're voting/comenting).
"Normal" LCD TVs have fluorescent tubes as their back-lights.
This range of Samsung TVs (and some ones by Sony and Philips) are hybrids. They have white LEDs as their back-lights which can be dimmed in segments to create much deeper blacks and better contrast than regular LCD TVs where the flourescent backlight stays at the same brightness (relying on just the LCDs ability to block light to create blacks).
#10
you cant use the ECO cashback :-(

This offer is only available at your local independent retailers and does NOT include purchases from:

* Currys
* PC World
* Dixons
* Comet
* John Lewis Partnership
* M&S
* Costco
* Tesco
* Macro
* Amazon
* Dabs
* Play
* Next
* Littlewoods
* Argos
#11
joedredd
Don't forget 1.5% Quidco also spend over £100 and get £10 of free Argos vouchers. Ends 17/11/09


If you use voucher codes at retailers then Quidco doesn't normally track and pay, so go for the best deal for you, cashback or voucher discount - I assume the voucher is better at £200 :-D
#12
I have the 46" version of this, it's a great TV. The dimming can be switched off. Don't think it's a great price though, 1stAudioVisual have it for £1029 before cashback.
#13
jukkie
Flawed auto dimming feature on this TV makes it horrible to watch, and the edge bleed from the light isn't great either.
I was considering buying it when it was released, but was disapointed with it.

Also, input lag means it's not too great for gaming either.


What about the SHARP LED TVs? Are they any better? :thinking:
#14
I looked at the Sharp Led Tv's they are not in the same league as the Samsung picture quality and the TV is much thicker as the LEDs are behind the screen and not around the edge. My next TV will be a Samsung LED, just waiting for DVB-T2 to be built in now.
#15
stu8
you cant use the ECO cashback :-(

This offer is only available at your local independent retailers and does NOT include purchases from:

* Currys
* PC World
* Dixons
* Comet
* John Lewis Partnership
* M&S
* Costco
* Tesco
* Macro
* Amazon
* Dabs
* Play
* Next
* Littlewoods
* Argos


They must have changed that. The ******s!
#16
loopie
I had a philips TV with auto dimming on and it was pain to watch, though I could turn it off, I assume the Samsung would be the same?

Not only can you not turn off the auto dimming feature, they also included the problem on their 2nd gen LED screens.

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