Samsung 40-inch 3D Smart TV UE40ES6710 1080p Built-in Wi-Fi - 2 Pairs of 3D Glasses - down to £599.99 delivered @ Amazon
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Samsung 40-inch 3D Smart TV UE40ES6710 1080p Built-in Wi-Fi - 2 Pairs of 3D Glasses - down to £599.99 delivered @ Amazon

£599.99Amazon Deals
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Found 28th Dec 2012
Best value Samsung 3D TV for size this, and includes two pairs of 3D glasses. If you need more glasses see this link for a pair delivered at £28.54:

amazon.co.uk/Sam…1-1

Product Features
1920 x 1080 Pixel Resolution
400 Clear Motion Rate
40" 3D LED SmartTV
Freeview HD Tuner
Bringing a full multimedia experience into your living room
Discover a new reality in Full HD
Enjoy apps, videos, Skype, web browsing and more
More vibrant colours for better images
Wirelessly access and stream your content
Technical Details

Product:
Slim LED
Series:6 Series
Video:
1920 x 1080 Resolution
Wide Colour Enhancer Plus
Digital Noise Filter
400 Clear Motion Rate
Micro Dimming
Connectivity:
3 HDMI
3 USB
Audio:
Dolby Digital Plus / Dolby Pulse
SRS TheatreSound HD
Dts 2.0+Digital Out
10W x 2 Sound Output (RMS)
Down Firing + Full Range
Auto Volume Leveler

10 Comments

From all the research I have done, this looks like a good choice in the mid/lower range, primarily because of the faster motion processing rate (that seems to be main advantage over lesser models) .....but you would be better paying another £50 for the John Lewis deal with 5 yr warranty right?
Edited by: "happy1" 28th Dec 2012

Original Poster

happy1

From all the research I have done, this looks like a good choice in the … From all the research I have done, this looks like a good choice in the mid/lower range, primarily because of the faster motion processing rate (that seems to be main advantage over lesser models) .....but you would be better paying another £50 for the John Lewis deal with 5 yr warranty right?



If you haven't already posted that JL deal I'd go for it mate. It's a decent offering with 5 yr WTY for £50. We're covered in the UK now for 2 years as part of statutory rights but another 3 yrs can't hurt for fifty quid.

ive got the 32" version and love it

After debating the various Samsung models (5500, 6300, 6710, 6800) I went with the Sony KDL40HX753BU, which is only £20 more with a 5 year warranty (John Lewis price match) and think it's the right choice after seeing a comparison in a store

Would love that price with JL price match. Anybody seen it ?

Dinth

Would love that price with JL price match. Anybody seen it ?



I have searched for a suitable other vendor to do this but it seems that its just Amazon offering this price. Im very close to pulling the trigger on this one as I think that it seems to be the best set in terms of price/reviews/features in the mid range Samsung line up. £600 was really the limit but yu would be daft not to pay the extra for the 5 yr warranty right...but £650 is a fair bit over budget !........

Does anyone know the difference between the UE40ES6710 (£650) and the UE40ES6540 (£600)?
I was asking the guy in John Lewis today and he swore it was just because the former is white besel and the latter black.
There must be more to it than that, but I can't even find the latter on the Samsung website?
Edited by: "Blacklodge" 30th Dec 2012

AFAIR 6540 is johnlewis-exclusive, and it has little bit lower motion compensation than 6710 (bit still higher than 6300)

Blacklodge

Does anyone know the difference between the UE40ES6710 (£650) and the … Does anyone know the difference between the UE40ES6710 (£650) and the UE40ES6540 (£600)? I was asking the guy in John Lewis today and he swore it was just because the former is white besel and the latter black.There must be more to it than that, but I can't even find the latter on the Samsung website?




I've ordered my ES6540 today and will get it on Monday.

I searched the internet for the specs of the ES6710 and ES6540 and the ES6540 was only in French on the Samsung website for France (http://www.samsung.com/be_fr/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/led-tv/UE40ES6540SXXN-spec). Comparing the specs from the Samsung website it appears the ES6540 lacks micro dimming but having gone to John Lewis and looked at the options for store demo mode for the ES6540, one option was the demo for micro dimming! The two reviews of the 46 inch version of the ES6540 on Expertreviews and Trustedreviews both mention micro dimming. Another website says the ES6540 has micro dimming in Europe only, the USA equivalent doesn't have micro dimming. The review of the UE46ES6540 on AvForum makes no mention of micro dimming so no idea what is the real difference!

A store assistant said to me they just differ in colour and that might well be the truth. Who knows!





Edited by: "Third_Degreee" 2nd Jan 2013

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Third_Degreee

I've ordered my ES6540 today and will get it on Monday.I searched the … I've ordered my ES6540 today and will get it on Monday.I searched the internet for the specs of the ES6710 and ES6540 and the ES6540 was only in French on the Samsung website for France (http://www.samsung.com/be_fr/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/led-tv/UE40ES6540SXXN-spec). Comparing the specs from the Samsung website it appears the ES6540 lacks micro dimming but having gone to John Lewis and looked at the options for store demo mode for the ES6540, one option was the demo for micro dimming! The two reviews of the 46 inch version of the ES6540 on Expertreviews and Trustedreviews both mention micro dimming. Another website says the ES6540 has micro dimming in Europe only, the USA equivalent doesn't have micro dimming. The review of the UE46ES6540 on AvForum makes no mention of micro dimming so no idea what is the real difference!A store assistant said to me they just differ in colour and that might well be the truth. Who knows!



Nice one!

Let us know how you get on with it. Also let me know if you find a better deal than £14.99 for the glasses (SSG-4100GB/XC or something like that) as the best i can find is from Amazon. I have three sets, two that came with the set and 1 i bought from Comet prior to them going bust for a tenner and i could do with a fourth pair. Shouldve grabbed another in hindsight from Comet but hey-ho!. Nearly bought another set from Currys the other day but the Mrs was with me and she is already moaning i've spent enough buying the TV (ES6900) and accidentally treating myself to a bargain pair of noise cancelling headphones over Xmas
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