Samsung UE40H5000 LED HD 1080p TV, 40" with Freeview HD £329 at John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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I seen this posted a few weeks back at £349 which looked a good deal now £20 cheaper. Great retailer with 5 year warranty

Samsung’s H5000 brings together Full HD and a high frame rate for the smoothest viewing. Colour enhancement technology boosts this even further while Freeview HD and easy USB playback keep you entertained. Football mode will even boost audio and visuals so you can see your favourite sporting moments in all their glory.
Vivid display
The 1080p Full HD screen is supported by Samsung Wide Colour Enhancer technology. This boosts contrast while making colours more vibrant so everything from games to films will look more realistic.
100Hz motion rate
Experience sharp picture quality, even when you are watching fast-moving images like sports or action movies. Games benefit too with pin sharp resolution and no motion blur.
Football mode
Feel like you're actually in the stadium cheering on your favourite team with Samsung's Football Mode. When activated, it optimises picture and sound settings for a better football viewing experience.
USB playback
It’s easy to watch films, look at pictures and play music without having to connect to your TV. Just connect a USB device to the TV and use the intuitive interface to find what you need.
Sound Bars
With TVs getting slimmer and built-in speakers getting smaller - choosing the right sound system is more important than ever. Sound bars add that extra audio punch to all your movies, games and TV programmes. More affordable and easier to set up than a full size speaker system, they don’t compromise on quality either.
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3D Ready No Accessories Included Remote control Audio Quality Information DTS Studio Sound, DTS Premium Sound 5.1, Dolby MS10, 3D Sound Brand
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Digital tuner Information Freeview HD Dimensions H57.8 x W90.8 x D19.6cm DLNA Information No Energy Rating A+ Guarantee 5 years Hard drive Information USB playback Internet Ready Information No Manufacturer Part Number (MPN) UE40H5000AKXXU Model name / number 40H5000 NFC enabled Information No Number of tuners 1 (Freeview HD) Ports Information 2x HDMI, 1x SCART, 1x USB 2.0 Power Consumption - Annual 66 kWh/year Power Consumption - On Mode Information 45W Power Consumption - Stand By 0.3W Recording Capacity (hours) No Refresh Rate Information 100Hz Screen Resolution Information 1920 x 1080 pixels Screen size Information 40" Speaker output Information 20W Table Top Stand Included Timer Facility Yes TV Screen Type LED Viewing angle (horizontal / vertical) Information 178 degrees Visible Screen Size (measured diagonally) 101.6cm Weight Information 9.8kg
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#1
This is one of the TV's that's currently on my hit list to buy...... not seen one in the flesh to check out yet though.

Its the same price in Richer Sounds as well, that also comes with free 5 yr warranty.
#2
Biker Jeff
This is one of the TV's that's currently on my hit list to buy...... not seen one in the flesh to check out yet though.Its the same price in Richer Sounds as well, that also comes with free 5 yr warranty.

I had a look yesterday, looks pretty impressive for the price imo
#3
I always like the picture quality on Sammy TV's......
But my current Sammy has developed a fault after 4 yrs 8 mths. Although its being repaired tomorrow under RS 5 yr warranty.
This H5000 is better spec though, so thought I'd upgrade.
#4
I've got the 32" version of this TV. I must say that the picture quality is outstanding. Very sharp and vibrant for it's price. The thing that I think even tops this is a Sony, but they come at twice the price.
#5
It is with wifi
#6
Hi do u know it is with wifi
#7
This is'nt a smart TV so probably does'nt have WiFi
#8
It says not internet ready, which to me suggests no wifi.
#9
Goddammit, just bought this for the same price the other day in Currys - but with no decent guarantee attached.

EDIT: I can confirm that it is definitely not a smart TV (i.e. no inbuilt WIFI).

Edited By: Sweetchuck on Jul 31, 2014 18:06
#10
Ordered this the other day as my wife works for waitrose so got 12.5% discount also :)
#11
Couldn't resist. Had to order. I don't think you can beat Samsung TV's without paying silly money.
#12
Same price on amazon, but without 5years warranty https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00JNM4V1K/ref=cm_sw_r_udp_awd_E4O2tb14JRX3QMZW
#13
2 HDMI isn't enough for me sadly. Don't think it does ARC either. Pain really, as my last Samsung was £350 about 3 years ago, which came with me ports than what they seem to offer these days. Clever marketing trick. (I do know u can get splitters, but non cheap that are compatible with Sky, cheaply..)
#14
deeplink
2 HDMI isn't enough for me sadly. Don't think it does ARC either. Pain really, as my last Samsung was £350 about 3 years ago, which came with me ports than what they seem to offer these days. Clever marketing trick. (I do know u can get splitters, but non cheap that are compatible with Sky, cheaply..)

Sky into the one HDMI and a cheap splitter into the other? Don't have Sky so not sure. I've got five HDMI on my Sony TV but three are on the side. Use a cheap splitter on one of the two in the back.
#15
There have been some better deals for comparable and better LG TVs recently...
#16
Isn't the 100Hz refresh rate anything to be concerned by? Surely fast-motion pictures such as football or gaming are going to experience noticeable motion blur?
#17
Avoid Samsung 5000 series. Our one lasted 2 years and 6 months. Samsung won't repair it as out of warranty and we bought it from Comet whose gone bust. Advice from John Lewis and Currys is to avoid the 5000 series of tvs as they are prone to defects.
#18
barber007
Avoid Samsung 5000 series. Our one lasted 2 years and 6 months. Samsung won't repair it as out of warranty and we bought it from Comet whose gone bust. Advice from John Lewis and Currys is to avoid the 5000 series of tvs as they are prone to defects.

5 year JL warranty though/
#19
djb3
Isn't the 100Hz refresh rate anything to be concerned by? Surely fast-motion pictures such as football or gaming are going to experience noticeable motion blur?
Come on people, don't believe the madmen hype.see here let's put this one to bed for once and for all. (_;)
#20
That talks about the difference between 60Hz and 120Hz refresh rates and latency times, in which it calls BS on the manufacturers claims. My specific question was referring to the motion rates, which can range anywhere on specification sheets from 100Hz to over 1000Hz, of which the article doesn't touch upon. How are these significant?
#21
djb3
That talks about the difference between 60Hz and 120Hz refresh rates and latency times, in which it calls BS on the manufacturers claims. My specific question was referring to the motion rates, which can range anywhere on specification sheets from 100Hz to over 1000Hz, of which the article doesn't touch upon. How are these significant?
Believe me it's all BS. Back in the day. We all watched sport on our old radio rental tv's. Wether it be Best or Pelé, at only 25 complete frames per second (or 25hz) I can't remember demonstrations in the street about motion blur then.
The fact is most of these refresh rates are simply increasing the flicker rate of the same frame, not giving any extra detailed images. (_;)
#22
This tv wasn't at £349 2 weeks sgo, it was the UE40H5500/5510 which is now £449
#23
Quality picture and thin screen surround. Looks the part. Well chuffed with purchase.
#24
Is there anything better for £329 bearing in mind 5 year warranty?
#25
Went in store today to look for a TV for my mum and this one stood out among the others. Was between this and 42inch Sony but the sony was round £500 and when I saw £329 on this I was slightly amazed as it wasn't even on sale. Was far better than most around (LG, Parasonic, JL's own tvs?) it for the same amount of money or more. Checked on line and found this too lol, posted a month ago but thought I'd let people know its defiantly got a nice screen.

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