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Samsung LE40C750 - 40" Full HD 3D Ready 200Hz LCD TV (includes 1 pair of 3D glasses) - £549.99 (with code) @ Dixons
Samsung LE40C750 - 40" Full HD 3D Ready 200Hz LCD TV (includes 1 pair of 3D glasses) - £549.99 (with code) @ Dixons

Samsung LE40C750 - 40" Full HD 3D Ready 200Hz LCD TV (includes 1 pair of 3D glasses) - £549.99 (with code) @ Dixons

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Inspired by the C530 deal this is pretty cheap for the C750 series. Credit to SillySoul for mentioning the better discount code!!

CLEARLY STATES ON WEBSITE UNDER PRODUCT DETAILS, GENERAL, THAT 3D GLASSES ARE INCLUDED.

6% TCB at the moment on ex-VAT price of £474.99 so I make that a further £27.50 off for a grand total of £522.50. Not too shabby.

(If you're not keen on 3D, you could get the LE40C650 for £499.99 using this code and thats £475 after ex-VAT cashback!!!)

Product Features

* Samsung LE40C750 3D-Ready Full HD LCD TV
* Ultimate reality with Samsung 3D
* Infinite entertainment with [email protected]
* All Share keeps you connected
* 3D Glasses not included

Technical Details

Series
Series: 7
Display
Ultra Clear Panel: Yes
Video
Screen Size: 40" (1010mm)
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 300000:1
Picture Engine: 3D HyperReal Engine
Wide Colour Enhancer: Yes
100/200Hz Motion Plus: Yes (200Hz)
Clear Motion Rate: TBD
Audio
Dolby: Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Pulse
SRS: SRS TheaterSound
dts 2.0 + Digital Out: Yes
Sound Output (RMS): 10W x 2
Speaker Type: Down Firing
Woofer: No
Features
Samsung 3D: Yes
[email protected]: Yes
Allshare (Powerd by DLNA): Yes
USB: MOVIE, JPEG
Personal Video Recorder Ready: Yes
BD Wise: Yes
Channel List USB-Clone: Yes
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC): Yes
Auto Channel Search: Yes
Auto Power Off: Yes
Auto Volume Leveller: Yes
Caption (Subtitle): Yes
Clock & On/Off timer: Yes
EPG: Yes
Game mode: Yes
Skype on Samsung TV: No
OSD language: Europe 25 Languages
Picture-in-Picture: 1T PIP
Sleep Timer: Yes
WiFi Adaptor Support: Yes
Still Picture: No
Digital Noise Filter: Yes
Teletext (TTXT): Mega TTX
Wireless Remote Control: Yes
System
DTV Reception (DVB-T/T2/C/S2): DVB - T / C
DTV Tuner Built-in: Yes
MHP/ MHEG (version): No
Input & Output
HDMI: 4 (Side : 1, Back : 3) (v1.4 with 3D, Audio Return Channel)
USB: 2 (Side)
Component In (Y/Pb/Pr): 1
Composite In (AV): 1 (Side)
Audio Out L-R (Mini Jack): No
Digital Audio Out (Optical): 1
DVI Audio In (Mini Jack): 1 (Common use for PC Audio In)
Ethernet (LAN): 1
CI Slot: 1 (Side)
Scart: 2
Headphone: 1
PC Audio In (Mini Jack): 1
PC In (D-sub): 1
RF In: 1
RS232C (AV CONTROL): No
Design
Slim Type: Normal
Front Colour: Black
Light Effect (Deco): No
Stand Type: Quad
Swivel (left/right): Yes
Eco
Eco Mark: Planet First
Eco Sensor: Yes
Power Supply: AC100 ~ 240V 50 / 60Hz
Power Consumption (Max.): TBD
Power Consumption (Stand-by): Under 0.1W
Power Consumption (IEC 62087 Edition 2): TBD
Peak Luminance Ratio: 65%
Dimension
Package Size (WxHxD): 1210 x 740 x 170mm
Set Size (WxHxD) with Stand: 986.7 x 665.5 x 270.7mm
Set Size (WxHxD) without Stand: 986.7 x 603.9 x 80.4mm
Weight
Package weight: 20.7kg
Set weight with stand: 16.2kg
Set weight without stand: 13.9kg
Accessories
3D Glasses: No
ANT- Cable: No
Batteries: Yes
Instruction Book: Yes
Power Cable: Yes
Remote Controller Model: TM1060
Vesa Wall Mount Support: Yes (200 x 200)

44 Comments

bit crap that no glasses are included though...meaning you are forced to spend more money to use the 3d feature

Original Poster

Still a good tellie though isn't it?

I think there is a voucher with the TV for free 3D specs from Samsung. I just looked at the feedback on Amazon for this tv. I think it is a good tv for the money. Thinking of buying.

Original Poster

My post is a slightly better deal than this:
Old deal
which got 1200 degrees heat!oO It must be the way I tell 'em. I'll get m'coat.

Careful c series have blink issue im still waiting for samscum to sort out

Original Poster

I have the LE40C650 and am well happy. Awesome TV.

Review here: LE40C750

Input lag (on game mode) is 41ms so this will put hardcore gamers off.

Edited by: "ganticus" 28th Apr 2011

Crysis 2 is brilliant in 3D.. very impressed.

Hopefully plenty more games will come out in the format.

Don't shoot the messenger because I haven't tried it. NXJDIX50 gives you £50 off a £500 pound spend.

excellent tv, not all the tv's suffer the blink issue, freeview hd, 2d to 3d conversion, connect a hard drive up to it and record tv, also has a media player built in that will play loads of different files including mkvs. i bought this for £1200 in a bundle deal quid when they were first out £569 you wont go wrong. As for the input lag there is a solution to that on the net, and i think the deal has ended for the free glasses so dont rely on that.

Edited by: "thecolonel" 28th Apr 2011

Just for information - I bought the LE40C750 just after christmas, and it included the Samsung 2 free pairs of glasses, but also had 1 pair in the box with the TV, obviously I can't say if they all come with one pair in the box but it was a sealed carton so don't think they'd been added by the retailer. As far as the actual set goes - very good picture quality, but wish I hadn't changed from my old Toshiba 37RV55DB to be honest as the input lag on the Samsung is really noticeable (even with Game Mode active). I guess if you're into gaming leave it alone, otherwise it's a good buy!
I don't know if anyone else can comment on this (I don't know enough about how it processes images) but I suspect that when using the set for 3D gaming there is even more lag as it presumably takes more time for it to process the image data, I play COD Black Ops (or used to) and found it to be incredibly laggy in 3d (though the effect was quite impressive).

Take a look at the firmware thread on avforums, since it's launch firmware updates have made this TV is pretty much unusable as a 3D TV from increased crosstalk. If you have firmware 3006.2 or later (which is likely), you can't downgrade either.

If you want it for 3D, you're better off waiting for the 2011 sets to come down in price.

is the best price ive seen so hot

Original Poster

SillySoul

Don't shoot the messenger because I haven't tried it. NXJDIX50 gives you … Don't shoot the messenger because I haven't tried it. NXJDIX50 gives you £50 off a £500 pound spend.



It works a treat using Mozilla. Good effort SillySoul. Went through to checkout and it deducted the amount. I will amend post.
Edited by: "ganticus" 28th Apr 2011

damn 3D tv are getting cheaper,

for the lag, you need to change the name of the device to dvi or pc i think to solve the lag issue, if you look on avforums it tells you on there, also just checked the owners thread and they say the latest firmware 3008 i think solves the older firmware issues with crosstalk at this point in time its only available via download at samsungs site so just put it on usb stick to update.

Original Poster

thecolonel

for the lag, you need to change the name of the device to dvi or pc i … for the lag, you need to change the name of the device to dvi or pc i think to solve the lag issue, if you look on avforums it tells you on there, also just checked the owners thread and they say the latest firmware 3008 i think solves the older firmware issues with crosstalk at this point in time its only available via download at samsungs site so just put it on usb stick to update.



Do you have a link to the avforums page? I have the C650 and like shooters so would like the lag reduced if poss.

Can you use the tv without using 3D?

Original Poster

Alf15

Can you use the tv without using 3D?



Yes. Please see my post further up this thread where there is a link to a review.

I've had this TV for around a month now. I'm very pleased with the 2D quality and the 3D quality looks fine to me (I had one pair of glasses in the box). I'm on firmware 3006 and have had no issues with blinking. To be honest, I can't really say I've had too many crosstalk issues. The worst I've had is from Killzone from the PS3 but I think that is a known issue with the way that the game has been put together. I've downloaded a few 3D trailers and played them via the USB port. Some of them (especially Avatar) look stunning. Some of them aren't so go but, again, I think that is down to the content rather than the TV.

thecolonel

for the lag, you need to change the name of the device to dvi or pc i … for the lag, you need to change the name of the device to dvi or pc i think to solve the lag issue, if you look on avforums it tells you on there, also just checked the owners thread and they say the latest firmware 3008 i think solves the older firmware issues with crosstalk at this point in time its only available via download at samsungs site so just put it on usb stick to update.



As far as I know naming the input as DVI or PC just allows you to put in game mode automatically when you switch to that source - and as I mentioned in my earlier post, the input lag is still poor even with game mode enabled, I believe the review puts it at 38ms where I think the much older Toshiba I had was in the region of 20ms. I know it doesn't sound a lot but it really can p**s you off if you're playing an online game with a little network lag and the TV is also slowing you down!
Thanks for pointing out the firmware update though, I've just downloaded it so hopefully that'll be another step in the right direction!

just ordered this - Thanks for posting

been waiting for it to come down on Amazon - £599

Got 5 pairs of 3d specs already

@itsisnot

Really? You have 5 pairs of IR Active 3D specs before you bought the TV? How did you manage that? (_;) Sure you don't just have 5 pairs that you lifted from the cinema They won't work if you did...



Edited by: "bassface" 28th Apr 2011

bassface

@itsisnotReally? You have 5 pairs of IR Active 3D specs before you bought … @itsisnotReally? You have 5 pairs of IR Active 3D specs before you bought the TV? How did you manage that? (_;) Sure you don't just have 5 pairs that you lifted from the cinema They won't work if you did...



Got the samsung 55" 3d TV already from Costco & bought 2 twin specs packs plus the ones in the box

Just noticed the quidco cashback has appeared - £27.50 (_;)

Got the samsung 55" 3d TV already from Costco & bought 2 twin specs packs … Got the samsung 55" 3d TV already from Costco & bought 2 twin specs packs plus the ones in the box



Fair enough - put right in my place there! Seems like these sets are priced to clear as the mid range 2011 (5/6 'D' Series) Samsungs are about to hit.

bassface

Fair enough - put right in my place there! Seems like these sets are … Fair enough - put right in my place there! Seems like these sets are priced to clear as the mid range 2011 (5/6 'D' Series) Samsungs are about to hit.


They are already here, Amazon has over 1000 UE40D6530's in stock and that's been the case for a week or two. It's worth remembering even this years UE40D6100 has 3D (with reduced crosstalk), and if past trends are anything to go by should be ~£600 by July-August. It all depends if you can wait...

Amazon also have 513 of the LE40C650 in stock, and are only selling a few per day while dropping the price bit by bit. Sooner or later they are going to have to slash the price much like the recent LE40C580 deal that was very popular.


Edited by: "bluespace77" 28th Apr 2011

Original Poster

Silly question but how can you tell there are 513 of the LE40C650 in stock at Amazon??

You just add 999 to the basket, if they have less than that in stock they will tell you.

They aren't selling many of C650, as the C750 is just £50 more. While it's 3D isn't great, it's still there as an extra feature. You also have the PVR function on the C750 (also on the D6100 upwards). They've sold around 150 LE40C750's in the last 2 weeks, so this probably the cheapest you'll get the LE40C750 for but it's still hard to justify when it was £700 months ago at John Lewis with a 5 Year Warrenty and Samsung were doing the free 3D BD Player, all 4 Shreks and 1 additional pairs of glasses if purchased instore and you could claim another online making 3 pairs.

Edited by: "bluespace77" 28th Apr 2011

bluespace77

You just add 999 to the basket, if they have less than that in stock they … You just add 999 to the basket, if they have less than that in stock they will tell you.They aren't selling many of C650, as the C750 is just £50 more. While it's 3D isn't great, it's still there as an extra feature. You also have the PVR function on the C750 (also on the D6100 upwards). They've sold around 150 LE40C750's in the last 2 weeks, so this probably the cheapest you'll get the LE40C750 for but it's still hard to justify when it was £700 months ago at John Lewis with a 5 Year Warrenty and Samsung were doing the free 3D BD Player, all 4 Shreks and 1 additional pairs of glasses if purchased instore and you could claim another online making 3 pairs.



I wouldn't have paid £700 even with the guarantee. At Xmas there were a lot of Samsung cashback deals.

That was then and this is now! - you pay your money.......

Hot from me. I almost purchased the LG 3D set from Cury's. I'm happier paying this price if I get a pair of glasses chucked in.

Heat added. I got this last month when the old post was on. Superb telly for pictute quality. Sound is also good.

I bought this telly for its internet feature. The Lovefilm Apps is a bit weak and prone to collapsing but I am sure that it will improve with time. BBC iplayer is very good and very stable. YouTube apps is a waste of time as you can't type anything in when searching since you are presented with a stupid on screen key pad like those annoying predictive text on the mobile.

I haven't tried the 3D feature but the telly does come with a pair of 3D active glasses. I am not a fan of wearing glasses so I am not fussed about this feature of the telly. Happy to sell my pair if anyone is interested

looks good TV, is it possible to use external wireless keyboard for internet (youtube etc)?

DO NOT BUY THIS TV UNLESS YOU CAN LIVE WITH BUZZING NOISES! CHECK AV FORUMS ..very bad reviews. Get the U - series instead if you dont need 3D

sach1636

looks good TV, is it possible to use external wireless keyboard for … looks good TV, is it possible to use external wireless keyboard for internet (youtube etc)?



I don't think so. As far as I am aware, you can only use what the preloaded apps give you.

warmasice

DO NOT BUY THIS TV UNLESS YOU CAN LIVE WITH BUZZING NOISES! CHECK AV … DO NOT BUY THIS TV UNLESS YOU CAN LIVE WITH BUZZING NOISES! CHECK AV FORUMS ..very bad reviews. Get the U - series instead if you dont need 3D



I don't have this buzzing problem on my telly. It may be a fault with a particular set?

I thought the buzzing problem was with the sammy 3D plasmas?

Anyway, I got one from amazon warehouse deals. No glasses included and a big sticker on the box, over the image saying they came with the tv. Not much of a deal, £50 off if you have to buy the glasses separately. Anyway, I picked up some glasses from a local store and went to try the 3D and nothing. The picture goes a funny off white and still plays the music, etc.
I tried 3 different hdmi's that I know work on this set as I used it on my friends one. To make matters worse, when you try the 2d to 3d conversion, the picture goes all wobbly. Instead of two images as would usually happen, you get what can only be described as water trickling effect all over the screen. The tv is going back but now I'm having second thoughts about getting one at all. At least my current LCD works and has no judder. The 2d picture was good and I managed to pick up the wireless adapter from a second hand store for £15. the online stuff like inlayer hd is fantastic but not sure it's worth the risk, having to deal with dixons if it goes wrong in or out of warranty.

Monkey nuts 2

I thought the buzzing problem was with the sammy 3D plasmas?Anyway, I got … I thought the buzzing problem was with the sammy 3D plasmas?Anyway, I got one from amazon warehouse deals. No glasses included and a big sticker on the box, over the image saying they came with the tv. Not much of a deal, £50 off if you have to buy the glasses separately. Anyway, I picked up some glasses from a local store and went to try the 3D and nothing. The picture goes a funny off white and still plays the music, etc.I tried 3 different hdmi's that I know work on this set as I used it on my friends one. To make matters worse, when you try the 2d to 3d conversion, the picture goes all wobbly. Instead of two images as would usually happen, you get what can only be described as water trickling effect all over the screen. The tv is going back but now I'm having second thoughts about getting one at all. At least my current LCD works and has no judder. The 2d picture was good and I managed to pick up the wireless adapter from a second hand store for £15. the online stuff like inlayer hd is fantastic but not sure it's worth the risk, having to deal with dixons if it goes wrong in or out of warranty.



2D -> 3D is useless. I've tried this and it does not work. In order to watch 3D, you need to play a 3D movie (probably on a blu ray player) or a 3D channel, which we don't yet have. I recently upgraded to sky HD and I am supposed to see sky 3D for free with my package so I will try the glasses on that. However, I can't see any sky 3D channels on my sky box so I will need to look into that.

I understand that 3D telly is not as good as what you see in the cinema, it just gives the movie depth that's all. Things don't jump out at you like they're advertising!

I think it is more for gaming, where the depth is important.

You don't have to claim from Dixons for the guarantee. You can claim it direct from Samsung, as with all electrical goods. I've registered my guarantee with Samsung so I can contact them for repairs direct.

Why are 3D glasses not included when it clearly states in the description on dixons website that they are? Went to currys to check out this tv today. Looks like a remarkable bit of kit for the price. Stylish stand with a very crisp picture - sound is average but thats 'normal' for samsung in my experience. Would like to see how the 3D stacks up with my PS3 but i'm going to take a punt on this one. The 46" model would be more suitable but I can't find any decent deals on that. Unfortunately I dropped my sky remote against the screen of my my 40" samsung this morning and cracked it so this deal has come at a good time. Cheers OP, great spot. Heat.

Original Poster

I have edited this post as it states on product webpage that 3D glasses are included as an accessory. It would be much appreciated if anyone who purchased can confirm glasses come in box. Thx.

Edited by: "ganticus" 2nd May 2011

MrFlux001

Why are 3D glasses not included when it clearly states in the description … Why are 3D glasses not included when it clearly states in the description on dixons website that they are? Went to currys to check out this tv today. Looks like a remarkable bit of kit for the price. Stylish stand with a very crisp picture - sound is average but thats 'normal' for samsung in my experience. Would like to see how the 3D stacks up with my PS3 but i'm going to take a punt on this one. The 46" model would be more suitable but I can't find any decent deals on that. Unfortunately I dropped my sky remote against the screen of my my 40" samsung this morning and cracked it so this deal has come at a good time. Cheers OP, great spot. Heat.



I bought this tv from dixons last month and it came with a pair of 3D active glasses. Yes, they do come with a pair of glasses as stated on their website.
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