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Samsung 32" HD Ready Freeview LCD TV £350.58 delivered @ Dixons
Samsung  32" HD Ready Freeview LCD TV £350.58 delivered @ Dixons

Samsung 32" HD Ready Freeview LCD TV £350.58 delivered @ Dixons

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This seems like a good deal for a 32" LCD telly from a reputable brand.

£331.08 and £19.50 delivery. Extended warranty seems expensive though!

Also includes freeview. Even better deal if you can use a voucher and quidco.

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Currently 5% for quidco, so £16.55 saving.

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keith43;2749274

Currently 5% for quidco, so £16.55 saving.



Cheers Keith!

There may be a voucher somewhere as well...couldn't find one when I had a quick search but free delivery would be a good one

Delivery does seem pretty expensive. Still a good deal though.

none in stock, so 28 days delivery... (currys not got any in stock either)

nice price though, worth the wait...

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droitwichdosser;2749322

none in stock, so 28 days delivery... (currys not got any in stock … none in stock, so 28 days delivery... (currys not got any in stock either)nice price though, worth the wait...



Think it depends where you live, when I inputted my postcode they are in stock near me (South London)

Agree with previous post about delivery charge, a lot of places offer free delivery on orders over £50 or £100 etc...shame Dixons don't

odd price £[COLOR="Black"]331.08[/COLOR]

good deal though tempted to buy 1

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Not wanting to be picky but delivery is £19.90 so total price is £350.98. I know it is only 40p.

excellent deal .

This is the new Samsung 4 Series. Great price for an entry level screen.

Worth paying the extra money for the 5 series though with its 1080p resolution.

will pc world price match this as there is a pretty big difference in price and maybe the difference could save you the price of the delivery. hot btw and dixons are brilliant for delivery! actually scratch that i just saw the amount of quidco dixons will give when you buy this! :w00t:

The BT shop has it in for 348.98 with free delivery and it is in stock, delivery 1-3 days. It only gets 3% Quidco, so you lose out on £6, but maybe worth getting it sooner?

Don't forget to use your egg card for 2.5% instant cash back. (£8.76 saving)

at £17 more I would consider the ]Toshiba 32AV505D I've been looking at this and to me has a better contrast!

Also what about this Vistron with ]Samsung Panel

droitwichdosser;2749322

none in stock, so 28 days delivery... (currys not got any in stock either)




Typical Dixons/Currys/PCWorld - grab the headlines with good offers but items out of stock. I cant count how many times i've seen this

casben;2750035

at £17 more I would consider the ]Toshiba 32AV505D I've been looking at … at £17 more I would consider the ]Toshiba 32AV505D I've been looking at this and to me has a better contrast!Also what about this Vistron with ]Samsung Panel



Vistron are rubbish, they use last generation Samsung panels and have vastly inferior electronics all of which contribute to an inferior picture quality.

I doubt that the Toshiba will be as good (I've got that exact Toshiba model and the motion blur during sports / fast camera panning is hideous, though you get that will many non-100hz screens). You can't judge TVs based just on contrast ratios....

casben;2750035

at £17 more I would consider the ]Toshiba 32AV505D I've been looking at … at £17 more I would consider the ]Toshiba 32AV505D I've been looking at this and to me has a better contrast![/URL]



heres a good reply about dynamic contrast ratios... highdefforum.com/sho…167

basically, you cant really compair different manufacturers as they all measure it differently

Picard123;2750330

Vistron are rubbish, they use last generation Samsung panels and have … Vistron are rubbish, they use last generation Samsung panels and have vastly inferior electronics all of which contribute to an inferior picture quality.I doubt that the Toshiba will be as good (I've got that exact Toshiba model and the motion blur during sports / fast camera panning is hideous, though you get that will many non-100hz screens). You can't judge TVs based just on contrast ratios....




got to agree... for the £50 extra, i would rather buy the samsung

Yes definately worth paying extra for Smasung panel and also Samsung electronics. The panel is only part of the equation on TV's as a lot is also down to the other electronics that cover the picture processing etc.

thank you for the education, why can't it be simple I hate the fact you have to research upon research just to buy a TV I know they all do it for marketing purposes but this hd thing is ridiculous, although credit to everyone on here I think I can know understand things a little clearer!

Ah!!!!!!!!!!! 30 Quid more than I paid for my Acoustic Solutions TV and this one is apparently a much better TV!

hot

If anyone is after a TV for watching football, rugby etc, I'd strongly recommend going the plasma route and choosing one of the Panasonic plasma (non LCD) HDTVs, rather than choosing this Samsung LCD. This should be something that I should have done instead of making the mistake of getting a Toshiba LCD since I watch alot of sport which involves alot of camera panning.

If you do insist on LCD over plasma (and you watch alot of football, rugby etc), I'd spend the extra money to get a 100hz screen such as the Samsung LE32A656A though be warned that even at 100hz it has a degree of motion blur (though less than standard LCDs).
dixons.co.uk/mar…-TV

got one of these a couple of months back. brilliant bit of kit for the price!

get one of these and a mac mini (£250 off ebay) running plex (free), and youre sorted for playing pretty much everything the internet and a torrent client can throw at it

Picard123;2751584

If you do insist on LCD over plasma (and you watch alot of football, … If you do insist on LCD over plasma (and you watch alot of football, rugby etc), I'd spend the extra money to get a 100hz screen such as the Samsung LE32A656A though be warned that even at 100hz it has a degree of motion blur (though less than standard LCDs).http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/product/854076?int=Samsung-6-series-HD-Ready-digital-LCD-TV



Spending the extra to get up to a 100Hz model is fair enough, but the extra £100 or so on top of that to get 1080p/Full HD is a waste of money in my opinion at 32" (which is what you're paying for with that Samsung 6 Series). If you actually go into a shop and stare at them for an extended period of time, it's practically impossible to see any difference made by 1080p at that size, even if you sit unhealthily close to your TV.

Personally I just got this Panasonic (Dixons just used for illustration - it's a little cheaper elsewhere), and am very happy with it. Unless you're one of those technophile people who absolutely has to have the best possible spec on all your machines, I think that's a high as it's worth going at 32". The rest is overkill unless you're buying a bigger screen.

currys edgware got a lorryload of these delivered this afternoon

casben;2750035

at £17 more I would consider the ]Toshiba 32AV505D I've been looking at … at £17 more I would consider the ]Toshiba 32AV505D I've been looking at this and to me has a better contrast!Also what about this Vistron with ]Samsung Panel



the toshiba only has 2 HDMI not 3 and it doesn't have an optical output for connecting a cinema system and this samsung has got brilliant reviews here reevoo.com/rev…ent but not so good for the toshiba reevoo.com/rev…05d . btw only trying to help you mate :thumbsup:

Richyyy;2753174

If you actually go into a shop and stare at them for an extended period … If you actually go into a shop and stare at them for an extended period of time, it's practically impossible to see any difference made by 1080p at that size, even if you sit unhealthily close to your TV.



Read reviews from what hifi etc...

I wouldn't trust just looking at TVs in a shop that has the signal split over 100 different TVs, and with varying light sources around you.

droitwichdosser;2756199

Read reviews from what hifi etc...I wouldn't trust just looking at TVs in … Read reviews from what hifi etc...I wouldn't trust just looking at TVs in a shop that has the signal split over 100 different TVs, and with varying light sources around you.



I have. Many, many, many reviews both from magazines/websites and independent buyers. You'll find that the vast majority agree with me that it's practically impossible to see any difference created by 1080p/Full HD at 32". I wasn't suggesting that going into a shop and looking was the only thing you should do before purchasing, just that it could help in illustrating how much money is really worth spending at that size of TV (and what features are really worth worrying about).

Picard123;2751584

If anyone is after a TV for watching football, rugby etc, I'd strongly … If anyone is after a TV for watching football, rugby etc, I'd strongly recommend going the plasma route and choosing one of the Panasonic plasma (non LCD) HDTVs, rather than choosing this Samsung LCD. This should be something that I should have done instead of making the mistake of getting a Toshiba LCD since I watch alot of sport which involves alot of camera panning.If you do insist on LCD over plasma (and you watch alot of football, rugby etc), I'd spend the extra money to get a 100hz screen such as the Samsung LE32A656A though be warned that even at 100hz it has a degree of motion blur (though less than standard LCDs).http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/product/854076?int=Samsung-6-series-HD-Ready-digital-LCD-TV



....am just watching the Olympic table tennis now on my LE40A656...motion blur....none whatsoever!!!! The 6 Series is fantastic, if you can afford it, its well worth paying the premium. However...I would check what you have said regarding 100hz, as I do not believe the LE32A656 has 100hz...its only on the 37" and higher models.

£331 for the 32" 4 series is a fabulous price though....and I am very tempted to get one for my games room!

centaurandrew;2755315

Now free delivery using this code: … Now free delivery using this code: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/229114/free-delivery-on-tvs-at-dixons


Oh dear, that's just sealed the deal!
Thanks for the free delivery code, and of course to the OP, too!

Was going to go for it, but the 28 days delivery, not very good.

What do you think, this one or pay the extra at John Lewis for 5 year warranty....?

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Its worth getitng if you can get JL to pricematch Martin Dawes (its £379.90 there)....I think their stores are mainly in the North and Midlands though.

Hi, Just bought one of these and waiting for the delivery from Dixons , This will be my third Samsung TV purchase and I have to say they are quality products and well worth the money. The free delivery code did the deal for me. Here's looking forward to getting the TV for our bedroom. The only thing now is a wall mount...Any suggestions at a realstic price?

Excellent find! Spotted this but couldn't justify the delivery charge, using quidco down to about 315, just took a look back and the price has gone up to 360 so got it just in time.

Just another 24 days to wait before I can play with my new toy!
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