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SAMSUNG LE40M86BD - 40" 1080p LCD - Free Delivery
SAMSUNG LE40M86BD - 40" 1080p LCD - Free Delivery

SAMSUNG LE40M86BD - 40" 1080p LCD - Free Delivery

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I know this was on for cheaper a while ago, but seeing as that code expired this is the best I've been able to find.

TV Seems to have decent reviews, and is 1080p HD:

hdtvtest.co.uk/Sam…BD/
tech.co.uk/hom…7bd

Use the PR25 code to get it down to £714.99.

If the direct link dosen't work just copy and paste the product code into the search box: 556557

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I bought this from comet using the best price from empire direct and got it for £749.. good tv but the default sd signal looks blocky when you first turn on the set. I used some of the settings I found in the 'avforums' and it now looks cool on a standard digital signal.

Still some debate about whether this is better than the N series version. Slightly higher dynamic contrast ratio but a glossy screen which is a bit prone to reflections.

Not that the N version seems to be in stock anywhere at a reasonable price any more..

Would probably be helpful to post the link the the AVforums settings here?

this is an exceptional tv once the settings have been tweaked - cannot recommend enough - payed over £900 for it 6 mths ago.

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Still some debate about whether this is better than the N series version. … Still some debate about whether this is better than the N series version. Slightly higher dynamic contrast ratio but a glossy screen which is a bit prone to reflections.Not that the N version seems to be in stock anywhere at a reasonable price any more..Would probably be helpful to post the link the the AVforums settings here?



Here you go avforums.com/for…999

I have this tv using these settings with the backlight turned up to 6 (found 4 a little dark), this tv with these setting is very good for sky over rgb scart and looks significantly better with my mates Sony KDL40W3000 which is a few hundred quid more. I also have this amazon.co.uk/exe…43Q 1080p upscaling dvd frpm amazon which works very well with this tv.

I would recommend this tv as I don't believe there is a better 40" lcd around at the moment for a similair price, certainly none that can handle blacks like this one does.

Don't forget Quidco for an additional 3% (£21.45) off :thumbsup:

Just bare in mind that the TV is currently out of stock. I ordered this TV from Dixons last week and I chased my order up today. They said that they have over 1000 orders for this particular TV and are only getting 800 stock on 5/1/08. However, more stock will be coming in the following week. Hope this information is useful to someone.

Thanks for this - likely to order one of these later tonight as it looks like a great tv for the price.

Just ordered one thanks.......

How do you compare this TV with LE40N87BD?

LE40N87BD is a little cheaper.

Hi,

How do you get the £25 off voucher, I've tried but can't get access to it?

Also you can't use quidco and PR25 code together

Thanks

Scott

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How do you compare this TV with LE40N87BD? LE40N87BD is a little cheaper.



Superior blacks

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How do you compare this TV with LE40N87BD? LE40N87BD is a little cheaper.



I think Samsung's RRP for the N87 is a bit less which is why it is usually cheaper.

Based on what I've read on AVForums....

The N87 has a matt finish which some people prefer, others not. The M87 is glossy/shiny.

The M87 has a contrast ratio of 15,000:1 whereas the N87 is 10,000:1 but people generally seem to think this doesn't make much difference.

The general consenus though is that the M87 is better than the N87 but it's mostly down to personal preference.

I was just about to order this, and the price has gone up since yesterday!!!

It's now £774 before discounts.


I could ring and barter, but then I'm sure I won't get any quidco discount.

Grrrr

I ordered this TV from dixons on the 2nd Jan and got it for £719 plus 3% quidco possibly. Phoned them up to confirm delivery date and they could only confirm that it would be here on or before the 16th January.

I've done alot of research before making my HDTV purchase and this TV has comely highly reccomended and is an absolute steal for around the £700 mark.

Hurry up dixons! :-)

Did anyone take out the optional 3-5 year coverplan for this TV? I decided not too but might consider insuring it elsewhere just in case it breaks after the first year.

Got a phonecall today, delivery on 14/1/07 (ordered on 29/12/07).

Now at £774, is it me or are the 1080p tv's going up after xmas?

Price is now £769 before discounts.

What's the greatest discount? Is it still PR25 giving £25 off + quidco?

Placed an order last Saturday and apart from acknowledgment email haven't heard anything so I phoned and they said it was on forward order but were still anticipating delivery before 26/10/08
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