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Samsung LE40C750 40-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 200Hz Motion Plus Allshare 3D Ready Internet LCD TV with Freeview HD £712.49 @ Amazon
Samsung LE40C750 40-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 200Hz Motion Plus Allshare 3D Ready Internet LCD TV with Freeview HD £712.49 @ Amazon

Samsung LE40C750 40-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 200Hz Motion Plus Allshare 3D Ready Internet LCD TV with Freeview HD £712.49 @ Amazon

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Was £750 a few days ago now £712.49 for a very good TV even if you do not use the 3d feature the quality of this TV is amazing!

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This doesn't come with 3d glasses.

Original Poster

Well it says it doesn't but it is sort of pot luck, some boxes have a pair some do not.

anyone seen any good packages on 3d tv at the mo

Original Poster

Can anyone give me a reason why this deal is getting cold? It has got 3d, 200Hz, Freeview HD and Internet all for only just over £700.

699 at dixons, thats probably why

675 here with a free 1.25m hdmi cable
here
Edited by: "G0OSE" 9th Feb 2011

would it be worth paying extra for the 50"?

which magazine best buy !! a fab tv

Monkey nuts 2

would it be worth paying extra for the 50"?



YES!!!!!

gmdlogan

YES!!!!!



Depends on what you'll be using it for and how far you'll be sitting from the screen. 4-5' from a 50" screen full HD output might be fantastic; but to view SD content (like most Sky or Freeview programs and even DVD) you'll want to be further back or it'll be like some impressionist painting...

wombat6025

Depends on what you'll be using it for and how far you'll be sitting from … Depends on what you'll be using it for and how far you'll be sitting from the screen. 4-5' from a 50" screen full HD output might be fantastic; but to view SD content (like most Sky or Freeview programs and even DVD) you'll want to be further back or it'll be like some impressionist painting...



Good point. My living room mightbnot be wide enough and thus sd pictures at 6' might be a little on The poor side.

Well whats point in getting these tv's if you aren't going to have a 3d blu-ray player to watch the 3d content on or Ps3?? Plus if you're are considering getting one of these 3d tv's, chances are you're going to be getting Sky Hd for their hd/3d channels anyhow. other wise whats point in getting one of these set's.

gmdlogan

Well whats point in getting these tv's if you aren't going to have a 3d … Well whats point in getting these tv's if you aren't going to have a 3d blu-ray player to watch the 3d content on or Ps3?? Plus if you're are considering getting one of these 3d tv's, chances are you're going to be getting Sky Hd for their hd/3d channels anyhow. other wise whats point in getting one of these set's.



You're right to most buyers of this won't be content with the HD output of Freeview HD and especially in highlighting the 3D element; this review uses THX recomendations for HD viewing as a basis and suggests for the best immersive 3D TV experience you should sit closer to the screen than for HD viewing - 1.4 x the screen width for 1080p and 2.1 x for 720p.

That means for 3D viewing a minimum/ideal 5' from the 50" screen and 4' from this 40" - as Sky 3D isn't 1080p I guess you'd want to be a little further back.
Edited by: "wombat6025" 10th Feb 2011

Sky 3d is pretty hot. I watched toy story 2 on it before christmas and it was great. Wasnt expecting too much to be honest as it was an old film but came out very impressive.

just got one from Warehouse deals for £540.

I'll give it a try. Thanks op. X)
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