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See the world through refreshed eyes with the high-quality Samsung UE40C5100 40" Full HD LED TV!

The stunning rose-black Samsung UE40C5100 LED-backlit LCD television will adorn your living space with its handsome looks, thanks to its modern Edge LED technology, which contributes to its incredibly slim chassis of only 30mm in thickness.

When terrestrial channels and movies don't fit your mood, why not enjoy a spot of digital entertainment? Simply utilise the Samsung UE40C5100 40" Full HD LED TV's integrated DVB-T digital Freeview tuner and flick through a whole spectrum of free-to-air digital TV channels and radio stations.

The Samsung UE40C5100 40" Full HD LED TV doesn't skimp in terms of connectivity. Hooking up with your PC or mobile devices is made a breeze, thanks to a DLNA-powered All Share feature, whilst four HDMI connectors, a USB interface, and a VGA PC input make this TV extremely versatile.

To complement the visual feast, you'll also experience a scintillating level of sound, owing to its almighty down-firing stereo 10W speakers.

Blending cutting-edge features with exceptional picture quality, the Samsung UE40C5100 40" Full HD LED TV will deliver delight to your eyes, as well as grace your home with its stunning looks!

Screen Format 16:9
Screen size 40" (101 cm)
Contrast Mega Contrast
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1920 x 1080 pixels
Audio Audio Power 10W x 2
Noise reduction Yes
Mono/Stereo Sound Stereo
Speakers Built-in
Connectivity Connectivity 4 x HDMI ( 19 pin HDMI Type A )
2 x USB 2.0 ( 4 PIN USB Type A )
1 x Composite video / Component video input ( RCA phono x 3 )
1 x audio line-in ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm )
1 x SCART ( 21 PIN SCART )
1 x digital audio output (optical) ( TOS Link )
1 x headphones ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm )
1 x VGA input (PC input)
1 x LAN ( RJ-45 )
SCART connectors 1
DVI Input No
HDMI Input 4
PC Input Yes
Audio output Digital audio (optical)
Tuner Standard DVB-T Digital Freeview tuner
Double Tuner No
Functions TV text 1,000 pages
Other functions Allshare (powered by DLNA)
USB 2.0 Movie
Ultra Clear panel
Electronic Programme Guide
Off Timer
General Remote control Yes
Accessories supplied Stand, remote control, documentation
Internal menu languages 25 European languages
Dimensions (mm) 972 mm x 30 mm x 596 mm without stand
972 mm x 255 mm x 656 mm with stand
Weight (kg) 12.1 kg without stand
15.7 kg with stand
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Use voucher code 35POUND to get £35 off + Free delivery + 3.5% Quidco!!
Makes it less than £500!!!
Isn't this £495 at Comet without any codes?
how does this compare to the Panasonic P42G20B? Im so confused!!

Also do you reckon this will alter in price in the xmas sales?
Isn't this £495 at Comet without any codes?

sick deal
Cold cheaper at Comet
This is NOT an LED tv!
Jonny, everyone knows it not a screen made entirely of LEDs. Its described as having EDGE-lit LED technology.

Screens of this size completely made of LEDs for household use are not readily available in the UK,

What's your point?

Edited By: Magic01273 on Dec 08, 2010 10:17: edit
how does this compare to the Panasonic P42G20B? Im so confused!!Also do you reckon this will alter in price in the xmas sales?
The Panasonic has both Freeview HD and Freesat HD tuners on board, has newer features (like web tv) and is 600hz, whereas this only has a standard def Freeview tuner and is only 50hz.
However if running costs are important this having leds to light the lcd screen will be cheaper to run ( 3 times less power, (67 watts as opposed to 200+W ) than the plasma screen on the Pana.

Edited By: scattycat on Dec 08, 2010 17:39: more detail
so u sacrifice picture quality and extras for power consumption?

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