Samsung 51" PS51E450 Plasma HD Ready TV £350 @ Tesco
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Samsung 51" PS51E450 Plasma HD Ready TV £350 @ Tesco

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Mecoconuts

It's £448 online … It's £448 online ?http://www.tesco.com/direct/samsung-e450-series-4-51-plasma-tv-hd-ready-with-freeview/577-9386.prd

See the photo for in store price!

http://www.statichukd.com/images/threads/high-res/1543442_1.jpg
Edited by moderator: "* added larger copy of deal photo for OP" 3rd May 2013

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Mecoconuts

It's £448 online … It's £448 online ?http://www.tesco.com/direct/samsung-e450-series-4-51-plasma-tv-hd-ready-with-freeview/577-9386.prd

so its a saving of. ___________

Same price as the Panasonic TX-50

Can it communicate with the Voyager space probe and does it have 36 hdmi connections?!!

not 1080p, need 1080p so i can watch my dvds in HD, plasma cost a fortune to run, blah, blah, blah.........

51 inch tv for £350, HOT

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I'd take a 720p Plasma image over a 1080p LCD image any day. Hoooooooot!

It'll be good for whole-house heating in the winter months!

Great price though

Worth a look!

Might be one left in Thetford store; was 15 minutes ago. Selling like the proverbial hot cakes. Great deal if you can bag one, or in my casee, are allowed

1024 x 768 on a screen this big? I'm not sure myself. That sounds like old PC resolution.

BoroDave74

Might be one left in Thetford store; was 15 minutes ago. Selling like the … Might be one left in Thetford store; was 15 minutes ago. Selling like the proverbial hot cakes. Great deal if you can bag one, or in my casee, are allowed


Did I just see you carrying one out of there 40 mins ago haha

133W typical power consumption, 68W in energy saving mode. Not too bad?

Good no nonsense TV that will put LCD's 2-3x the price to shame, have some heat OP

Coulby Newham had a good stack of various tv's with big reductions yesterday. We bought a Panasonic led 42 inch smart tv for £270. Unfortunately we found a 1cm deep scratch/crack in the screen so it went back!

Spook89

I'd take a 720p Plasma image over a 1080p LCD image any day. Hoooooooot!


Except it's not 720p. Tesco Direct lists the resolution at 1024x768 (XGA), 720p is 1280x720. It can display 720 horizontal lines but I imagine it must crop the picture when displaying an HD source.

My laptop's screen is 1080p, why would I want to buy a tv with anything less?

Some of the deals if your local tesco has them are as follows.

LG 32 LCD : £190
Technika 32 1080p LCD : £150
Technika 19 LCD/DVD : £80
Panasonic 50 Plasma : £350
LG 50 Plasma : £350
Samsung 51 Plasma : £350
Samsung 40 EH5300 : £270
Samsung 46 EH5300 : £400

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dazzer1975

My laptop's screen is 1080p, why would I want to buy a tv with anything … My laptop's screen is 1080p, why would I want to buy a tv with anything less?

its good to know your laptop has 1080p, maybe you can use it to post some deals, after all you have been a member for over 5 years and only posted 2 deals

I love plasma and would take it over LED anyday but I also overlooked the iPad Mini for having too low a resolution. this TV has the same resolution but stretched out to 51 inches! I appreciate that in the world of movies big is good but HD ready should have died painfully years ago. I'm surprised people are still buying them. If you absolutely must have a huge screen regardless of sharpness and you have only 350 notes then I guess this is at least a plasma so it will be relatively forgiving but in my eyes it's £350 that could be put towards something a little...sharper.

AndySX

Except it's not 720p. Tesco Direct lists the resolution at 1024x768 … Except it's not 720p. Tesco Direct lists the resolution at 1024x768 (XGA), 720p is 1280x720. It can display 720 horizontal lines but I imagine it must crop the picture when displaying an HD source.



All plasma's of this size are this resolution if 720p, they are rectangle pixels as well which gives it's width, odd I know but it seems to work!

Smaller plasmas used to be 1024x720, such as the 37" Panasonics
Edited by: "RustySpoons" 3rd May 2013

1024 x 768


ewwww.

Can anyone confirm whether the Panasonic is the TX-P50X50?

They had two of these left in Salisbury last night with one LG HD Ready 50". I bought the last Panasonic TX-P50X50B 50-inch Widescreen HD Ready Plasma TV. All were £350.

bb_savage

its good to know your laptop has 1080p, maybe you can use it to post some … its good to know your laptop has 1080p, maybe you can use it to post some deals, after all you have been a member for over 5 years and only posted 2 deals



lmao no argument much?

Oh for crying out loud. At the budget end of the market the difference between HD Ready and 1080p is barely noticeable. You won't get a better TV (aside from the Panny TX50) at this price. Therefore it's a good deal.

It's like somebody posting a deal for a Ford Focus, and somebody coming along saying "eww, it's not as good as my Ferrari". No kidding, but how much did you spend on that?

I have the 43" version of this TV (PS43E450) and it is superb.

Great, bassy sound and excellent image clarity. Vivid colours with rich, deep black tones and as it's 600Hz it is fantastic for action films and sports.

If you are the type of person to vote this down because of its resolution or power consumption, then perhaps you need to educate yourself further on audiovisual technologies, instead of relying on higher numbers to make a decision.

dazzer1975

My laptop's screen is 1080p, why would I want to buy a tv with anything … My laptop's screen is 1080p, why would I want to buy a tv with anything less?



My phone's screen is 1080p LOL

dazzer1975

My laptop's screen is 1080p, why would I want to buy a tv with anything … My laptop's screen is 1080p, why would I want to buy a tv with anything less?


Your eyes are around 12 inches away from a laptop screen, so a higher density display resolution has its advantage on laptops and monitors.

With TVs, it's a different story. When you're sitting several feet away from your TV, it is going to be near-enough impossible to distinguish individual pixels, even with 720p screens. Unless you use a pair of binoculars, of course.

ewen1605

My phone's screen is 1080p LOL



My laptop screen is 2880x1800
Tv 1080p
phone 720p



anyone else?

ikomu

My laptop screen is 2880x1800 Tv 1080pphone 720p:D :Danyone else?



Nobody cares!

Good deal on a pretty mahoosive television!

Piddles

Nobody cares!Good deal on a pretty mahoosive television!



I know
I agree, very good price ...

I have this tv and for the price it is excellent. Took me about a weeks worth of tinkering and tuning to perfect the picture though, the factory settings are rubbish.

I have this tv. Got rid of my 1080p lcd as it was terrible for motion blur. Well impressed with this! HD sports channels are amazing!

AndySX

Except it's not 720p. Tesco Direct lists the resolution at 1024x768 … Except it's not 720p. Tesco Direct lists the resolution at 1024x768 (XGA), 720p is 1280x720. It can display 720 horizontal lines but I imagine it must crop the picture when displaying an HD source.


Plasma's have non-square pixels. 1024x768 on a Plasma is a different kettle of fish compared to an LCD...

ikomu

My laptop screen is 2880x1800 Tv 1080pphone 720p:D :Danyone else?


Put the laptop and phone on your TV cabinet and attempt to watch movies on them from the couch. They have a higher resolution because you use them at a closer distance, moran.

Edited by: "mamboboy" 3rd May 2013

Bought a display model of this in Tescos 3 weeks ago, netted it for £358.00!! Gutted that is only £350 new now, I can say, Its a better viewing experience compared to my old 40" Samsung LCD 1080P, the picture on the plasma feels like it has more depth and realistic colour....

my phone has a better resolution.

Another cool feature is the built in media player and USB ports, stick a USB key in or portable HDD and watch most formats, only downside is there is no VGA or DVI connectors, you have been warned....

preecey

I have the 43" version of this TV (PS43E450) and it is superb.Great, … I have the 43" version of this TV (PS43E450) and it is superb.Great, bassy sound and excellent image clarity. Vivid colours with rich, deep black tones and as it's 600Hz it is fantastic for action films and sports.If you are the type of person to vote this down because of its resolution or power consumption, then perhaps you need to educate yourself further on audiovisual technologies, instead of relying on higher numbers to make a decision.

I have the same I love mine however I get peed off when the timer automatically turns it off after a few hours use

brrrr. Another Tesco goose chase.

It's a lot of tv for those looking to buy a budget screen and lucky enough to find one in stock and priced up like this.


Edited by: "capriboycraig" 3rd May 2013
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