Samsung 100hz 40" Full HD LED TV £599.00 @ Dixons
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Samsung 100hz 40" Full HD LED TV £599.00 @ Dixons

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Found 1st Dec 2010Made hot 3rd Dec 2010
Save £200 Was £799 between 21/09/2010 and 23/11/2010

This beautiful Samsung UE40C6000 40" Full HD LED TV sports an impressively slim chassis of less than 30mm thickness, thanks to its edge-LED backlit design. The inclusion of an Ultra Clear panel helps render a stunningly vivid picture, with breathtaking levels of contrast and vibrant colour.

This top-drawer TV also includes 100Hz Motion Plus technology, for minimal blur during even the most action-packed of entertainment!

With the inclusion of a Freeview HD tuner, you'll be able to enjoy the pixel-packing 1080p resolution straight out of the box! Subject to area, you'll receive High Definition broadcasts such as BBC HD, ITV HD, and Channel 4 HD, to really maximise the potential of this first-rate television. In addition, dozens of standard definition TV channels and radio stations will be at your disposal.

The UE40C6000 40" Full HD LED TV also incorporates Samsung's AllShare feature, which allows you to stream videos, music, or photos from DLNA enabled devices straight to your TV! The TV can be network-connected via its Ethernet port, or wirelessly enabled with an optional WiFi USB dongle.

You won't find the Samsung UE40C6000 40" Full HD LED TV lacking when it comes to other forms of connectivity, either. A SCART connector provides backwards compatibility with any long-standing components you may have, whilst a D-Sub port allows you to hook up to almost any PC. A USB interface provides even further versatility, turning the TV into a veritable entertainment hub for your multimedia files!

As well as providing you with a visual feast, the Samsung UE40C6000 40" Full HD LED TV also delivers an unforgettable audio accompaniment with its built-in speakers. SRS Theatre Sound technology fills the room with immersive and realistic surround sound.

Whether you're enjoying a Hollywood movie, watching sport, or even admiring your own videos and photos, the Samsung UE40C6000 40" Full HD LED TV turns the stuff of fantasy into reality!

21 Comments

Hot for me. Led backlit tvs are really coming down in price. Great for people not arsed about 3d

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I recently bought a 40" 3d Sony telly but I had the 32" version of this and it's the nuts! Slim with a 6 series samsung engine. If you skip the current generation of 3d with glasses this is a very good telly for the money. I paid £750 in john lewis with a 5 year warranty for just the 32 version last year. Now it's up for sale for £399. If I'd got the 40" version a year ago I wouldnt have bought my NX713, I would have stuck with it because although it isnt 3D, the picture quality is as good as some tv's for twice the price!

Voted HOT!

Edited by: "smiler594" 1st Dec 2010

3D is enough of a gimmic at the cinema, have no interest in it at home until technology significantly improves. Great price for a LED tv, voted hot.

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Thanks guys

yes great price

MorgZ

3D is enough of a gimmic at the cinema, have no interest in it at home … 3D is enough of a gimmic at the cinema, have no interest in it at home until technology significantly improves. Great price for a LED tv, voted hot.



yeah i agree completely.

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Quizmaniac - maybe it is, but the 2d image on a 3d telly is still stunning.

Smoking hot.

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Does anyone know the difference between the ue40c6000 and the ue40c6530?




Edited by: "smiler594" 2nd Dec 2010

It's a whole 10p cheaper at pixmania (including delivery).
I'm tempted but clouding seems to be very common on this set. Examples here

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Haha @ 10p

smiler594 - Dec 01, 2010 20:19I recently bought a 40" 3d Sony telly but I … smiler594 - Dec 01, 2010 20:19I recently bought a 40" 3d Sony telly but I had the 32" version of this and it's the nuts! Slim with a 6 series samsung engine. If you skip the current generation of 3d with glasses this is a very good telly for the money. I paid £750 in john lewis with a 5 year warranty for just the 32 version last year. Now it's up for sale for £399. If I'd got the 40" version a year ago I wouldnt have bought my NX713, I would have stuck with it because although it isnt 3D, the picture quality is as good as some tv's for twice the price!



Do you recommend teh Samsung over the Sony - I wast thinking of buying the Sony 32 inch 503, cause of iplayer etc. IS samsung better? Can it play play and mp4 movies?

I have the Samsung 40C6510 and have no signs of clouding on mine. (The last LCD TV I bought I sent back due to backlight issues so I am pretty fussy on this issue.) I find the picture quality on the Samsung to be fantastic.

I spent a lot of time comparing the 40C6530 model to a Sony 40nx713 in John Lewis as they were next to one another - watching Freeview HD. The picture on the Sony simply did not look as good as the Samsung. I really liked the idea of a 3D TV so I actually went back a second time and asked for the remotes for both sets so that I could set them up reasonably well - the default colours on the Samsung (called Dynamic) are horrific.

On 2D at least I always preferred the Samsung. The Samsung was noticeably sharper than the Sony - especially noticeable with text. (Raising the sharpness on the Sony didn't really help.) Also the Sony showed more grain in dark areas than the Samsung.

I actually had a Sony 40NX713 on order from JL for £1169 with the PS3. This is a great deal but as I could never get the picture to be as good as on the Samsung I cancelled the order. (JL also had a 40HX803 next to the 713 and the two had very similar picture quality.)

great price!! tempted to buy this,and shove my sammy le40f86 up into the bedroom!

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Gadgethunter I have the nx713 and I also had the hx803, which I returned. My samsung b6000 is sharper for 2d than the lot! I'm selling my ue32b6000 here in the fs section but only because I fancy a change of brand. Plus the nx713 looks the nuts!

I still think this deal for £600 is HOT!

Was looking for a TV for sometime now.. ordered... cheers! have some heat!

smiler594

Does anyone know the difference between the ue40c6000 and the ue40c6530?



Looks like the 6530 has Internet TV capability too (at least that is the only difference I could see from teh Samsung website)...

3% quidco as well

This is back to £799

Original Poster

Expire it then lol
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