Samsung 50" Plasma IDTV PS50Q7HD - HURRY! £1079.99
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Samsung 50" Plasma IDTV PS50Q7HD - HURRY! £1079.99

£1,079.99
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Found 16th Mar 2007
Im sorry if im wrong here, but if the current 20% off debenham code (PUBP) works on everything, then theres a bargain to be had with the Samsung 50" Plasma IDTV PS50Q7HD - currently reduced from £1899.99 to £1349.99, and with 20% off it makes it just £1079.99 - the cheapest 50" branded screen available surely???

If youre interested, buy TONIGHT as their sale ends tonight, and so it may return to £1899.99.

Good luck, and let me know if it works!

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no need to hurry, seems to be roughly the going price for this tv.

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Very grateful for this - we have been looking for several months & just showed hubby expecting not much of a response........We have just bought one!!!
Thank you!

your rich then, i only have a 32" beast for £50 second hand on the old auction-site-that-can't-be-mentioned

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Now £1,349.99

You need touse the 20% discount code to bring the price down.
Now i need a stand --- any one know where to get that?

Just to add. What hifi gave made this a Group test winner when up against the likes of Sony, Panasonic and Pioneer at Xmas. The picture quality was almost as good as the others, but it was cheaper. The review price was about £2000!
Anyone looking for a very big screen on the cheap. This is it!

Lewisboss77

your rich then, i only have a 32" beast for £50 second hand on the old … your rich then, i only have a 32" beast for £50 second hand on the old auction-site-that-can't-be-mentioned


You can mention Ebay, you just can't post a link.

Original Poster

Glad it was useful for someone!

....Ebay...!

I bought this tv after a long time looking for the best offer, most online stores were £1,100 but they wanted an extra £100 to deliver to Norther Ireland so the free delivery here worked a treat . This is the best value 50' plasma on the market imo and I have done a lot of reasearch on which to go for over the last few months

Thanks a lot, heat added and rep left

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I dashed to Surrey from Oxford last night thinking there wouldn't be any traffic (how wrong I was) bought a 32" for £56 from ebay too

Oh and plasma's don't last all that long compared to an LCD so might not have been such a bright move unless you got a £500 extended warranty.

lumoruk

Oh and plasma's don't last all that long compared to an LCD so might not … Oh and plasma's don't last all that long compared to an LCD so might not have been such a bright move unless you got a £500 extended warranty.



What makes you come to that conclusion then ?

I bet you think that plasma screens need re-gassing every 3 years !!

lumoruk

I dashed to Surrey from Oxford last night thinking there wouldn't be any … I dashed to Surrey from Oxford last night thinking there wouldn't be any traffic (how wrong I was) bought a 32" for £56 from ebay too :)Oh and plasma's don't last all that long compared to an LCD so might not have been such a bright move unless you got a £500 extended warranty.



Lol you onbiously have not done your homework. If you are about 50 years old I will put my money on that if you ran this for 8 hours a day every day it would out last you, well at least the plasma screen would, the electrical circuits are another matter but those are part of every tv anyway.

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"To have 1080p in a plasma is very difficult and very expensive, and it's not readily available so you have to really search for it," says Gene Ornstead, senior LCD TV product manager at ViewSonic. "Plasma is not going to be able to keep up because it's just too complex of a technology with the glass, the plasma structure and the driver electronics. There's a lot more electronics on the back of a plasma than there is on an LCD."

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"Because plasma pixels need an electrical discharge in order to emit light, a pixel must be lit or unlit, but has no intermediate state. Consequently, plasma manufacturers employ a method called PCM (Pulse Code Modulation) to control brightness. With PCM, a pixel is lit frequently to attain brightness and less often to attain a darker shade. This works well for medium and bright colors, but it’s often difficult to distinguish between two similarly dark shades. PCM technology creates a uniform image if the viewer if far enough from the panel, but some discomfort at close distances. Plasma pixels are also prone to burn-in, a phenomenon also found in CRT screens. Burn-in occurs when the same image is projected too long and becomes permanently imprinted on the phosphor because of premature aging of the scintillators"

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