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Samsung 32" LED (thin TV) £372.90 @ Pixmania + 4% quidco possible
Samsung 32" LED (thin TV) £372.90 @ Pixmania + 4% quidco possible

Samsung 32" LED (thin TV) £372.90 @ Pixmania + 4% quidco possible

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Had my eye on one of these super thin TV's for a while now. Last year I was about to pay £600+ for similar model. However looks like now is the best time to pick up a deal on these before they are sold out.

This is the basic LED thin TV by Samsung, no internet TV, iPlayer or the like but for a 32" this has to be one of the best prices and very good picture quality.

Currys are doing the same TV for £450 after quidco this comes out at £360 + £7 off voucher thats runs out tomorrow.

£380 @ Amazon amazon.co.uk/Sam…8-1

£380 @ Dixons dixons.co.uk/gbu…gag

£380.49 @ Multizone AV multizoneav.com/Pro…o0w

£380 @ Laskys laskys.com/tv_…tml




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£380 with delivery which is the same price as Amazon and others; excluding vouchers/cashback
Edited by: "Agharta" 17th Aug 2010

Pixmania is terrible. Took me over 2 months to get a refund for something they failed to deliver !

Any other retailer and this would be one of the biggest scorchers in a long while.

EDIT: Maybe not, didn't realise it was this price elsewhere lol
Edited by: "cookiemonster83" 17th Aug 2010

its worth the extra 7 pounds to get it from Amazon. No freeview HD, id check to make sure it can decode Bluray as well before buying. Compare it to other TV's as well. Something makes me suspect this TV is worth its value and definitely not a bargain!

pixmania = awful

Damn i would of bought this for my bedroom but it doesn't support 1920 res bummer.
Top deal tho.
Heat added.

Hmm. Amazon or Pixmania.
Decisions, decisions.

Pixmania, used them once, never again regardless of price. There email support is non existent.
Edited by: "Derek_Duval" 17th Aug 2010

Jelly Bean

its worth the extra 7 pounds to get it from Amazon. No freeview HD, id … its worth the extra 7 pounds to get it from Amazon. No freeview HD, id check to make sure it can decode Bluray as well before buying. Compare it to other TV's as well. Something makes me suspect this TV is worth its value and definitely not a bargain!


Decode Blu-ray? Not sure what that means, never heard of it in my years in the business.

Aliboy

Pixmania is terrible. Took me over 2 months to get a refund for something … Pixmania is terrible. Took me over 2 months to get a refund for something they failed to deliver !

Chargeback. It's amazing how mentioning that (and staring the process with your credit card company) speeds up the refund process so much.

Banned

Jelly Bean

id check to make sure it can decode Bluray as well before buying.



One of the funniest things I've seen in a long time.... That's the job of the blu-ray player... The TV just displays the signal

1080p would have been nice

Anyone know what this would be like as a gaming TV? Thanks in advance.

Cold as an Inuits knackers!

Pixmania are one of the worst companies of all time and a saving of £7 ish over Dixons or Amazon is a pointless post and a no brainer.

mrpremium

One of the funniest things I've seen in a long time.... That's the job of … One of the funniest things I've seen in a long time.... That's the job of the blu-ray player... The TV just displays the signal



HD ready 1080p requires that certified TV sets support 1080p24, 1080p50, and 1080p60 formats, and feature a native resolution of 1920×1080, among other requirements.

All Blu-ray Disc and the now defunct HD DVD are able to hold 1080p HD content such as movies. Most movies released on Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD can produce a full 1080p High Definition picture when the player is connected to a 1080p HDTV with an HDMI cable. However, the Blu-ray Disc video specification only allows encoding of up to 1080p24 signal.

This TV is not capable of displaying Bluray definition. The Website states it is HD Ready but look at the technical specs, 1366 x 768, its below the resolution required. You can find TV's that have HD Ready specifications for a similiar price to this. Cold


These samsung LEDs are unbelievably thin, I saw one on display and looked a right idiot checking it from the side again and again

Jelly Bean

HD ready 1080p requires that certified TV sets support 1080p24, 1080p50, … HD ready 1080p requires that certified TV sets support 1080p24, 1080p50, and 1080p60 formats, and feature a native resolution of 1920×1080, among other requirements.All Blu-ray Disc and the now defunct HD DVD are able to hold 1080p HD content such as movies. Most movies released on Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD can produce a full 1080p High Definition picture when the player is connected to a 1080p HDTV with an HDMI cable. However, the Blu-ray Disc video specification only allows encoding of up to 1080p24 signal.This TV is not capable of displaying Bluray definition. The Website states it is HD Ready but look at the technical specs, 1366 x 768, its below the resolution required. You can find TV's that have HD Ready specifications for a similiar price to this. Cold



What are you talking about??? do you honestly believe this TV is not capable of displaying blu-ray?

mrpremium has got it spot on...the blu-ray player does the decoding

Jelly Bean, Im sorry you dont understand what you are talking about.

The telly doesnt support 1080p, but it will support 720p and 1080i which are still HD resolutions.
My tv only has a native resoloution of 1366x768, but I still watch blurays on it. I just set my PS3 to output at 1080i instead of 1080p.
Its a bit unfair to vote cold on this deal just because you dont understand what your voting on.

Although it also doesnt help that they are now calling 1080p "HD Ready". This used to be called "Full HD".
Edited by: "Richyroo" 18th Aug 2010

Cold for me, for this price you could get a very good Full HD TV although its not always needed at this size.

Also the only thing you're paying for is the TV being 'LED' which it isn't, it's still an LCD screen just with a different backlight. Around £100 extra just for a different type of backlight is hard to justify

stezo2k

Around £100 extra just for a different type of backlight is hard to … Around £100 extra just for a different type of backlight is hard to justify



Especially when LEDs are cheaper to manufacture than CCFL lighting. We are being ripped off.

Richyroo

Jelly Bean, Im sorry you dont understand what you are talking about.The … Jelly Bean, Im sorry you dont understand what you are talking about.The telly doesnt support 1080p, but it will support 720p and 1080i which are still HD resolutions.My tv only has a native resoloution of 1366x768, but I still watch blurays on it. I just set my PS3 to output at 1080i instead of 1080p.Its a bit unfair to vote cold on this deal just because you dont understand what your voting on.Although it also doesnt help that they are now calling 1080p "HD Ready". This used to be called "Full HD".



i voted cold because for £399 i purchased a Sony Bravia 3 1080p certified TV Wifi Enabled, Freeview HD and a 3 year guarantee. This deal comes no where near close!

I also suggest you do your own research and understand what Bluray (1080p24 / 24 frames per second) means.


Jelly Bean

i voted cold because for £399 i purchased a Sony Bravia 3 1080p certified … i voted cold because for £399 i purchased a Sony Bravia 3 1080p certified TV Wifi Enabled, Freeview HD and a 3 year guarantee. This deal comes no where near close!I also suggest you do your own research and understand what Bluray (1080p24 / 24 frames per second) means.



I dont need to. I fully understand it. I'm proud to announce that Im a geek. Your the one that suggested that you cant watch blurays using this tv!
Although I would agree that the deal you got on your Sony tv does make this one look poor in comparison.
Edited by: "Richyroo" 19th Aug 2010
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