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Samsung 27" LE27T51BX HD Ready LCD TV - now £349.99 @ Argos !
Samsung 27" LE27T51BX  HD Ready LCD TV - now £349.99 @ Argos !

Samsung 27" LE27T51BX HD Ready LCD TV - now £349.99 @ Argos !

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Samsung 27" LE27T51BX HD Ready LCD TV is now reduced to just £349.99 @ Argos (was £549.99) !

Excellent price for 27" Samsung TV.. £494.97 @ Tesco, or more at other sites...

Features : High Definition Ready | 27in (68.6cm) TV with 68.6cm visible screen size | Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels | Brightness 500cd/m2 | Contrast 2000:1 | Image enhancement feature | Viewing angle 170 / 170 degrees | Follow the link opposite for full specs...

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Original Poster

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wow that is cheap!!!! i would have loved that in my room. matches with ps3.

Not getting one but it is a Smoking Hot Deal.

Original Poster

Thanks ALICOM007 and aceshigh

Blimey - just bought the 19" one today for £299 from John Lewis...it might be going back...

jesus that is a deal....nothing comes close to a samsung lcd for the money

no hdmi

No built in Freeview so budget £50 for a decent set top box , once added up your into £400 territory so an R73/74 series is then in reach ( £399 @Amazon ) or even the newer R8 series


R74 :

hotukdeals.com/go/…813

Luving some of the prices on LCDs now.. I'm waiting a bit longer, but will soon be replacing my old CRT in the bedroom with the way things are moving now

roadie

no hdmi



The DVI SHOULD be compatible with HDMI. Might be worth checking, but I'm sure it is (complete with HDCP) as it has the HD Ready logo.

PJR

No built in Freeview so budget £50 for a decent set top box , once added … No built in Freeview so budget £50 for a decent set top box , once added up your into £400 territory so an R73/74 series is then in reach ( £399 @Amazon ) or even the newer R8 seriesR74 :http://www.hotukdeals.com/go/?m=1650&d=http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-LE26R74BDX-Ready-LCD-Freeview/dp/tech-data/B000F4TC32/ref=de_a_smtd/202-6722183-9095813



The set top boxes built into TVs are atrocious anyway. I prefer not having one and saving a couple of quid, as it means I can add my own (PVR or otherwise).

Overall, cracking LCD for the price. Voted Hot.

Amazing deal! Looks like my decision to wait until the Summer might be paying off. I'll give it until July tho before i buy

These wil be £150 by the end of this year.

Not worth buying LCD or Plasma unless your telly is broken.

just waiting for that 37 -42 inch
cant be long

waiting for a decent make 50inch 1080p to come to about a £1000/1200 and shall replace my 32inch panny hd lcd which cost £1500 18 months ago now about £650 and whats he on about the freeview is rubbish i think u will find if u own a good make tv they are great i know mine is the pictures brilliant what can u expect when u buy hd tvs costing £300 from tesco YOU GET WHAT U PAY 4

polly69

waiting for a decent make 50inch 1080p to come to about a £1000/1200 and … waiting for a decent make 50inch 1080p to come to about a £1000/1200 and shall replace my 32inch panny hd lcd which cost £1500 18 months ago now about £650 and whats he on about the freeview is rubbish i think u will find if u own a good make tv they are great i know mine is the pictures brilliant what can u expect when u buy hd tvs costing £300 from tesco YOU GET WHAT U PAY 4



:giggle: I wasn't talking strictly about the picture quality (it is usually the same on both built in and standalone). It's more to do with speed, reliability, ease of use and features. I've played about with EPGs on Sony, Panasonic and Samsung TVs (not their 'bargain' models, more like the mid range Bravia, Vieras and Rx that cost at least a grand) and come away disappointed. The picture quality is not far off, but it's the cumbersome designs, buggy software, along with basic features that turn me off.

For example, I don't know of ANY manufacturers that include a PVR (similar to, but not limited to Sky+) in their TVs. Can any of your built in tuners allow you to watch one channel whilst recording another?

I essentially was giving my opinion on the matter, and how it would be OK for some. Incidentally, there are freeview boxes available for £30 too, which should make this set cheaper than the R7 still. Sony also make one of the best standalone boxes (VTX-D800U), yet their Bravia range has tuners which are not at the same level.

If you want further info pm me :thumbsup: I'll even tell you how to get rid of your Tesco £300 TV ;-)

Everything at argos is £0.00

great but its not letting me buy anything

themanwithapc

The set top boxes built into TVs are atrocious anyway.





I've got 3 Sony VTXD800 set top boxes & the 3 LCD's in my house are as good as this classic box with their built in Freeview . All are Samsung & all are fast & easy to navigate . The Sony boxes meanwhile are all playing up because of latest firmware bugs .

talkshop

These wil be £150 by the end of this year.



One of the most ridiculous statements I've ever read

themanwithapc

For example, I don't know of ANY manufacturers that include a PVR … For example, I don't know of ANY manufacturers that include a PVR (similar to, but not limited to Sky+) in their TVs. Can any of your built in tuners allow you to watch one channel whilst recording another?



Sagem do one and LG announced one but afaik thats it.

I agree though, you usually are better with stand alone as it gives you more choice. Why would you want to pay £50-£100 for an intergrated tuner (unless you're short on space)

Yeah, I'm getting all prices listed as £0.00 :-D but when I try to "buy" a free telly I get an HTTP 404 error message... looks like we broke it, so let's hope nobody saw us ;-)

Draxx

Everything at argos is £0.00




yep, now thats what i call a [COLOR="Red"]sale[/COLOR] lol

ive ordered £100,000 worth of stuff. do you think they will honour it?:giggle:

I think it's well worth the money

Banned

Its this price due to no freeview. I would also want a hdmi socket, bu you can get dvi to hdmi converters.


Screen is ok for general use.

Good if you really needone, not so good if you dont.

I'm looking at something like this for the bedroom, have sky there already so not worried about hd.

Hello,

Ive actually had one of these. Got one a while ago. 360 on component was very very good. The picture quality on SD was great! It also has a DVI socket that you can use a DVI to HDMI converter. Also has a VGA port so overall its a lovely tv for the bedroom.

themanwithapc

For example, I don't know of ANY manufacturers that include a PVR … For example, I don't know of ANY manufacturers that include a PVR (similar to, but not limited to Sky+) in their TVs. Can any of your built in tuners allow you to watch one channel whilst recording another?



Humax have been doing this for years

qvcuk.com/ukq…K21

ourdave

Blimey - just bought the 19" one today for £299 from John Lewis...it … Blimey - just bought the 19" one today for £299 from John Lewis...it might be going back...


do you get a 5 year warranty with this one becuase its only £244 at amazon/dixons

Banned

Sounds too good to be true. will be checkin this one out!

Voted hot ! Amazing price I am currently looking for a HD TV

would i be better off ordering one of these over a cheap brand 32" screen? I ordered one Saturday and then hukd seems to have been flooded with brilliant LCD Prices.

good find thanks edi

deanos

Humax have been doing this for … Humax have been doing this for yearshttp://www.qvcuk.com/ukqic/qvcapp.aspx/app.detail/params.item.556627/walk.yah.UKEL-UK21



What I effectively meant from my earlier post is that you have to pay for the freeview box even if you don't like/want it. Sort of the same thing here. You have to buy that TV if you want a built in PVR, even if you don't want a Humax telly for whatever reason. Great for some people, not so much for others, so I was only giving MY opinion earlier on.

Coincidentally, if you just want freeview, it might be an idea to combine with this:
hotukdeals.com/for…698

Does anyone know what its like when i connect my laptop to this? can i use it as a PC monitor? might consider getting a wireless keyboard and mouse just now if its good enough.

Thanks!

Ive had this tv for just over a year and im more than happy with it. I use it as Pc monitor, tv and to play my ps3/360 - All look great

ashmatuk

Ive had this tv for just over a year and im more than happy with it. I … Ive had this tv for just over a year and im more than happy with it. I use it as Pc monitor, tv and to play my ps3/360 - All look great



Thanks mate! :thumbsup:

Was just about to go for this but my only concern is the lack of A HDMI connection, i have researched a wee bit and it does say that dvi to HDMI connectors are available cheaply. If someone out there knows a bit on the subject can you please advise if lack of HDMI connection is going to be a problem with newer electrical components?

My thanks in advance to any help received :thumbsup:

proevo21

Was just about to go for this but my only concern is the lack of A HDMI … Was just about to go for this but my only concern is the lack of A HDMI connection, i have researched a wee bit and it does say that dvi to HDMI connectors are available cheaply. If someone out there knows a bit on the subject can you please advise if lack of HDMI connection is going to be a problem with newer electrical components? My thanks in advance to any help received :thumbsup:





A good TV should last you anywhere between 5-10 years and I've a feeling that it wouldn't be too far down the line before you're regretting a lack of at least one HDMI connection.

I don't know too much about the convertors but in general there does tend to be a slight quality lose in comparison with a direct connection. Thus if you do decide to buy this tv rather than a convertor I'd recommend a
HDMI to DVI Cable.

Personally though I think it's worth waiting, if you're on a tight budget then hang in there as prices continue to fall.

Chrisdeal

A good TV should last you anywhere between 5-10 years and I've a feeling … A good TV should last you anywhere between 5-10 years and I've a feeling that it wouldn't be too far down the line before you're regretting a lack of at least one HDMI connection. I don't know too much about the convertors but in general there does tend to be a slight quality lose in comparison with a direct connection. Thus if you do decide to buy this tv rather than a convertor I'd recommend a HDMI to DVI Cable. Personally though I think it's worth waiting, if you're on a tight budget then hang in there as prices continue to fall.



I agree with most of you're post. Shouldnt be any loss with a HDMI>DVI cable though, they're the same thing. The video component on both is identical, the difference is that HDMI carries sound as well
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