Not sure, but if the visuals are good and you get a a separate sound system... what else matters?
What's wrong with it? I'm looking at buying the xd80 which is a model or two down from this one
I have this tv not impressed for £1600 .... good picture everything else is crap ..wish I could return
It's a better Soundbar @ Ask. Think it's £100+ more expensive
Great TV especially after the update the other day to improve input lag when gaming. Not a great deal though as everyone is doing this promo. Richer sounds would be a better option with their warranty and the actual customer service they provide
I included capital letters to prove it's true.
This is a bit of a stretch lol. This and the JU7000 are probably the best 'cheap' 4K televisions you can buy at the moment though.
Really? :/ what's so great about this tv?
I bought this yesterday from John Lewis for £759 with five year guarantee on a price match to Crampton Moore. Looks to be a good TV at a good price. A Best Buy on Which?
Have the 55" 7000 model, exchanged from faulty Sony 49" I would advise 55" screen to really appreciate 4K if you have the space
Bose Solo 30? Does that exist?
opening a can of worms there pal.
I know , its just silly ! Apples are way better than Oranges ;)
its like comparing apple's to oranges...
Damn. Saw this too late. Price will go up tomorrow and they won't honour it! Submitted one to JL but don't think it'll process in time.
Same here, got a price match from Richer sounds for black Play 5. Guy in store was wavering at first, as when you try to check out the item from the Ask Direct website, it actually shows up as a pre-order. He relented in the end though. Didn't try for the price - beat (which would have been amother £10 off). Thanks OP!
Richer sounds price matched so got Play 5 latest edition in black, in store, for £359 happy days
I have just completed a John Lewis never knowingly undersold query for the 5.1 system in the hope that they honour the combined price and I can get an extra 2% off.
2year warranty is from Sonos. Buy it!
Yes, I expected that but I'd still hope for much improved sound from my flatscreen telly which like almost all modern tellys has weedy down firing speakers. At least this would have the sound pointing towards me with, in theory double, the power. Please let me know if you attach this to your TV and if it makes a worthwhile difference.
beastman - I've just ordered this but I wouldn't expect it to be much cop as a TV speaker since the left and right speakers are slap bang next to each other so the stereo field will be extremely narrow.
Can u guys who have this, comment on the suitability of this for an addon TV speaker? I am looking at something like this that can add to my flatscreen TV's weedy sound and as this is rated at 40 watts (the TV is only 20) I suspect it will help fill the room with sound. Obviously I'm not expecting a home cinema sound but something approaching a cheapo soundbar equivalent would be good enough. I'm also looking at this as I would detach it regularly for use in the garden as a portable speaker (well in the summer at least!).
I saw that deal last year but couldn't justify the price or get anyone else to go halfers with me. I wish I had just got two back then as it really is an excellent bit of kit, although as it also has a rechargeable battery it is easy to move about the house also. X)
Excellent speaker, use it regularly at home as avoids having to turn on pc and sound system to listen to Spotify and TuneIn radio. I got it on the Curry's offer last year, 2 of these for 300 so went 50 50 with a friend got one each. Top quality sound and zero connectivity issues. Haven't tried NFC as my phone doesn't support it, but Wi-Fi is a God send - much faster and noticeably better audio quality than Bluetooth (and greater range). Haven't seen it this cheap since Curry's deal.
Yes indeed a bargain anyone know if it is a grey ? oos though
Lovely camera, a friend of mine has one, but I think I prefer the slightly smaller (and newer) D750.
Misprice or great deal!
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I have this tv , got if from JL in November for around £2400 It's a good telly, I watched Netflix breaking bad and the films that come with it in 4k which are freekin awesome - but there is no 4k content really out there so mainly watching freeview still lol. Got the curved Soundbar with it and it's a nice enough set up. Ps4 isn't 4k so don't expect much on that front. It's a big tv. 4k is great but content still hasn't picked up enough. This is a bargain. Heat
Ultra HD is 4K.
Been going to cinemas for 40+ years. I've rarely, if ever, seen a curved cinema screen.
Sorry i bought the last one they had!
any experience with the seller? Tempting.... Actually I just noticed that they have a London store. I will go and have a look. Thanks for posting
HDEW warranty though, Not a Canon warranty - might make a difference if something goes wrong, for £50 I know which one I'd go for
Just for info and it may help someone. Looks like it's available here. Pay with Paypal too. I'm not sure if Paypal makes buying safer as I have seen mixed reviews about SLRHut. Happy New Year. :) http://slrhut.co.uk/product/ID1666C5/google?mkwid=W9PI9VCe&pcrid=40141338716&gclid=CIq1i9WL88ICFaHHtAodiXsA5g
£1299 @ HDEW Cameras.co.uk Grey import,but with uk warranty
If my credit card hadn't been compromised on Christmas Eve I would have bought this. Not much more expensive than a grey. Voted Hot
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http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/acronym "An abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other words and pronounced as a word (e.g. ASCII, NASA)." DSE is an initialism. I know you'll hate me for this but I'm not trying to be a smart ass. Honest!
An excellent choice. Top TV. John Lewis will price match also.
Thanks - I've decided after all to reserve the 6400 at Richer Sounds for £749 with the 5 year warranty. It'll be nice to have the extra smart remote and 2x 3D glasses (even tho I know we won't use them!)
There are some reviews here. https://www.trustedshops.co.uk/buyerrating/info_X55C91A72BAEFC625588C59114269CD6B.html http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews242917.html https://www.trustpilot.co.uk/review/www.askdirect.co.uk?page=2 It's the same price at Pixmania + delivery but if you check on the site below Samsung's Clear Motion Rate of 100Hz isn't 100Hz in the true sense of the word. It is in fact only a 50H tv. I would check out both consumer and expert reviews before buying any tv as well as looking in the shop. If you see a tv you like but picture is a bit rubbish don't be afraid to grab a remote and have a play as sometimes they are not set up correctly. http://www.rtings.com/info/fake-refresh-rates-samsung-clear-motion-rate-vs-sony-motionflow-vs-lg-trumotion See also https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ue55h6200-h6200-smart-3d-tv-review.10914 Personally I am not sure if I would buy this tv. As always there always seems to be a better model but beyond budget. I would go for the 6400.
Has anyone ordered this tv? I'm thinking of getting it, but not too sure about askdirect?
Oops. I meant Nikon. Looked at too many cameras lately. Corrected it now.
Sorry but why would Canon give cash back on a Nikon ?
Got my wireless ad card, Toshiba branded on Saturday. Due to jl system messing up my order multiple times, it worked out well good.
I just saw that well it's a 3 years warranty and it was the 700D but not sure what origin, I assume Europe but with warranty from a third party. So I can only redomment the ebay seller britishdeals and would buy it again from there
gGot my £50 cash back from Canon, wireless memory card on its way to me.
Got the confirmation email, said to allow 28 days. Well pleased, the ultimate glitch of cancelling my order feels like a blessing now. The hood for the lens after market from China 99p, fleabay hope it reaches me fine after a month or when ever I receive it. The after market lens is what I would like to buy. Does anyone have experience getting delivery from China via tnt? Thanks all for help and op for this thread.
Got my £50 today took about 2 weeks.
600D bodies were being sold off at Curry's the other month for less than £200, for me the twisty flip lcd is a must for me. If I didn't own a 600D and was just starting I would go for the 700D body only and add a nifty fifty and zoom with my feet.
This is a good deal no doubt but unless you're already invested in the Canon system I'd take a Nikon D5200 over this. There's even an argument that unless you particularly want some of the features this model offers you'd be better off with a 100D and saving your cash.
had a canon slr before and they are excellent was never disappointed
600D v 700D https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNyuP98KO3A
Yes I'd probably need to go to the 6d
The cold voters are ensuring many will miss out on this camera, which is really very good! I took some photos yesterday in very dull conditions and they can match images from my Panasonic GF3. In fact due to the auto HDR mode many came out a lot better! This is a great camera that anyone can pick up and use in iA auto mode and be sure of getting nice images.
Using the word "nearly" is a bit misleading when comparing the LF1 to a £369 camera. That's 40% more.
The rx100 mk 1 is nearly in this price range.
But the IQ is not far off and the LX7 has no viewfinder and won't fit in your pocket! This really is a nice camera for having with you at all times. In iA mode anyone can use it and get great pictures, benefiting from the 7x zoom lens and automatic HDR mode, as well as advanced users that can benefit from the creative modes. It's a shame more people don't take a closer look at this camera, including handling it in store, as it really is a cracking buy for the discerning family photographers.
The problem for this camera is the IQ isn't quite as good as its fellow Panasonic, the LX7, with it's sharper and faster lens.
Amazon been running it for best part of 9-10 weeks. EOS 600D + kit lens (IS version) + £30 cashback + free 40mm lens - £390-£420 fluctuation. edit - oops sorry it's the 40mm pancake lens...
Let me know where this deal is please. I'll happily pay this price plus "£10 or so" for a canon 20mm pancake lens that fits standard eos bodies.
http://snapsort.com/compare/Canon-600d-vs-Canon-EOS-100D 100D not much worse overall and actually better in some important areas, but consumer image for resale will be a lot worse.
Not judging the deal, but the only real advantage of the 600D over the 100D that I can see is the articulated screen http://www.cameradebate.com/2013/canon-rebel-sl1-eos-100d-vs-rebel-t3i-eos-600d/
The cheapest price I have found so far for this camera and the next best price is on Amazon is selling for £429. I am not comparing any cameras here but if you would like to compare these 2 cameras then this camera is smallest and lightest DSLR currently in production.
I ordered one yesterday and I received a call today saying that they are out of stock of this model, but suggested a replacement (similar model: Canon Digital IXUS 240) which is not discounted on their website, but charging the same price as above. However, they said only pink colour is available as a replacement.
Out of stock now
Cracking camera. Payed 220 for it last year :( Wifi paired with the Canon app for ios or android is fantastic. Just used it on our last holiday, was great for sending out pictures to people while away without a computer.
Ordered one!! Thanks
[img]http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B0074K1JX6/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0〈=en[/img] Half the price of Amazon's best ever price! HOT :)
Received this item today by 24 hr Courier Delivery! Very pleased with it - also £1.58 cashback from TBC - so a great price! Super replacement for my 80 GB CORE external that keeps filling up. Thanks to OP! :D
Showing as £59.99 now
I have one of these from when it was £52 on Amazon a few months ago and it's a great little drive - does the job.
good price but seller looks a little fishy
Depends on what you are looking for - I have had a Razer Diamondback I got when on offer on Play about 3 or 4 years ago and working like a dream since - this is with heavy daily / gaming usage :-)
Under the posting if the deal there is a button for expire
Ratfink - I've not long been a member, could you explain how to expire someone else's deal?
How bout expiring rather than voting cold??!!
Now £959.95 at the link above so cold.
... This Panasonic isn't a plasma.. Samsung 8000 LEDs are high end tvs in the Samsung line and hence will be higher spec'd compared to the entry level Panasonic ET range (and much higher priced!). I went for the WT50 @£899 mainly due to higher specs and the black bezel (don't like silver). Though at the time 47" ET60 was £899, so I might have made a different choice now (though I love my WT50). IMO plasmas are too dark/dull and tvs don't look that nice, but if you're a hardcore gamer it'll be better for fast paced games and probably input lag.