Samsung 42'' PS42C450 HD Ready Plasma TV today only £399 @m&s
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Samsung 42'' PS42C450 HD Ready Plasma TV today only £399 @m&s

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Found 24th Dec 2010Made hot 24th Dec 2010
i know this tv is pretty much the same price at a few places but here you get a free 5 year warranty + free installation from a good retail store
Dimensions: 1031 x 695.5 x 284.5mm, 1031 x 631 x 69.5mm
600Hz subfiled Motion: Ever notice how with plasma screens, motions can get a little jerky? Unless you happen to be looking at one of Samsung's new plasma TVs. Every frame is seamlessly smooth because we put 10 full subfields into each frame. That's 600Hz. So contours are crisper, scrolling text sharper and the juddering issue is finally put to rest
Every angle is right with Clear Image Panel: Amazing picture quality can't exist with blurring on your screen. That's why we developed Clear Image Panel for our new plasma TVs. It uses a film filter instead of conventional glass to eliminate layered images and produce ones that are ultra-clear and blur-free from almost every angle
3 HDMI: All it takes is one cable to connect your TV to your other audio and video sources. Our HDMI slot allows you to import all kinds of content without compression including pictures and videos from your digital camcorders and multimedia PCs.
Wide Colour Enhancer: Capturing nature is the goal of an artist. We've achieved it as well with our Wide Colour Enhancer. Our unique 3D colour stretching technology saturates each pixel until it achieves the true colour and luminescence intended by nature. So every colour on the RGB spectrum is brought to life. It is a work of art
Mega Dynamic Contrast (PDP): Getting a true cinematic experience used to mean going to the cinema. But with Mega Dynamic Contrast Ratio true cinematic clarity comes to plasmas. Every frame is saturated with dense, rich colour. Blacks have more depth and the whites are unbelievably pristine.
Response Time 0.0001ms: It's hard to beat the speed of light. That's how fast our plasma screens respond to each new image. 0.001ms is all it takes for each pixel to re-generate clear, crisp, robust colours. That's why there's no blur or ghosting in the picture. And there's less strain on your eyes. You can't beat that
Display: 42 inch Plasma screen, 1024 x 768 resolution
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: Mega DCR
Weight: 19.5kg (with stand), 17.5kg (without stand)
SRS TruSurround HD:Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby pulse
Sound Output (RMS): 10W x 2
Speaker Type: Down Firing
Features: Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC), Auto Channel Search, Auto Power Off, Auto Volume Leveler, Clock & On/Off timer, EPG, Game mode, Picture-in-Picture, Sleep Timer, Channel List USB-Clone, Digital Noise Filter, Power Saving (Hot key), Screen Burn Protection
DTV Reception (DVB-T/T2/C/S2): DVB - T / C
Input and Output: Component In (Y/Pb/Pr), Composite In (AV), Digital Audio Out (Optical), DVI Audio In (Mini Jack), Headphone, HDMI 3 (Side: 1, Back: 2), PC Audio In (Mini Jack), PC In (D-sub), RF In, USB, CI Slot, Scart
Peak Luminance Ratio: 70%
Power Supply: AC100 - 240V 50 / 60Hz

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Amazon £378.50, with standard warranty, so this looks a good deal.
Edited by: "soled73" 24th Dec 2010

I got a few months ago with a free blu ray from M&S. Cant remember exactly how much but was around £420 I think. This is well cold as you can buy from tesco instore for same price. The guarantee is not normally needed as they dont go wrong usually in the first year.

KASOOR66

The guarantee is not normally needed as they dont go wrong usually in the … The guarantee is not normally needed as they dont go wrong usually in the first year.



Its a 5 year guarantee. Voted hot.

COLD
I got a LG 42LD450 Full 1080p for 369.00

This is only 720p

Quality avatar OP :-p

KASOOR66

I got a few months ago with a free blu ray from M&S. Cant remember … I got a few months ago with a free blu ray from M&S. Cant remember exactly how much but was around £420 I think. This is well cold as you can buy from tesco instore for same price. The guarantee is not normally needed as they dont go wrong usually in the first year.



Is it just me or does this comment make no sense?

deek72

Is it just me or does this comment make no sense?



lol, started drinking a lil early me thinks!

there £349 at tesco

canada16

COLD I got a LG 42LD450 Full 1080p for 369.00 This is only 720p



bit like comparing apples to oranges tbh, LG are not particularly good at making tv's, so even if it made my toast to I'd never consider buying one. Methinks you need to work out the point of this site, before you start voting, otherwise you just look stupid voting cold because a different brand is cheaper. Find the same deal for the same product cheaper then vote cold, it really isn't rocket science. Merry xmas btw

Hot price,& bought my panny from M&S this time last year(or the year before) and the service was spot on too

[quote=KASOOR66The guarantee is not normally needed as they dont go wrong usually in the first year.[/quote]

Actually in my experience (my company specialises in embedded design and delivery) most electronic products fail early in there life (first year) or last years.

Look up some of the data sheets of the components in your electrical products and you'll soon see why. They generally have a long service life with a high confidence interval (i.e. almost all parts will last atleast that long). Those that fail early will:

- Not have been fabricated correctly and therefore won't last long.
- not have been manufactured correctly, which again usually presents early on.
- not have been designed correctly (components being used outside defined operational envelope) which again usually results in early failure.

Most manufacturers offer atleast a 12 month warranty, therefore they will want to limit failures within that period. The easiest way to achieve minimal failure within 12 months is to over engineer and thus most will last considerably longer.

Lg, samsung, same thing

JLewis doing same tv with free 5 yr guarantee and free delivery - but still a hot deal!

madwelsh

bit like comparing apples to oranges tbh, LG are not particularly good at … bit like comparing apples to oranges tbh, LG are not particularly good at making tv's, so even if it made my toast to I'd never consider buying one. Methinks you need to work out the point of this site, before you start voting, otherwise you just look stupid voting cold because a different brand is cheaper. Find the same deal for the same product cheaper then vote cold, it really isn't rocket science. Merry xmas btw




LG make awesome TVs enough said!

I don't much fancy the resolution 1024 x 768? 1024 too low for a 42" screen in my view.

Why would anyone want a plasma in this day and age?
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