Samsung LE46C750 - 50" Full HD 1080P LCD TV, 3D Ready, Internet TV + 2 Pairs of Glasses (Includes 3 Year Warranty) - £749 @ Crampton & Moore
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Samsung LE46C750 - 50" Full HD 1080P LCD TV, 3D Ready, Internet TV + 2 Pairs of Glasses (Includes 3 Year Warranty) - £749 @ Crampton & Moore

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Found 11th Apr 2011
Is this a good deal as I think I want this TV now
Samsung LE46C750 3D LCD TV
Full HD 1080P LCD TV, 3D Ready, Internet TV.

FREE 2 Pairs of Glasses

Ultimate reality with Samsung 3D
Freeview HD Tuner
PVR Ready
Integrated BBC iPlayer
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More real than reality with 3D HyperReal Engine


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Added Value Deal

Free 3 Year Domestic & General Warranty - Includes Call Out - Repair (Parts & Labour) plus replacement if uneconomical to repair

11 Comments

Good TV but you have to add another £42.07 for delivery.

Original Poster

You could pick up if you are close to the store. I was hoping for a deal including a good Bluray but cant find one.
The other option is the Argos deal with the Monster Vs Aliens package, but does not come with a warranty

There has been alot of problems with theses sets. Mine had to be returned due to the glasses loosing sync with the tv (like many others.) the fix for this is to tape up the sensors on the glasses. Another fault is where the screen and sound goes off or a second or two. This can happen a few times a day or once a month. (it has been nicknamed the samsung blink). It is a nice tv but personally i would get a 2011 model (d series)

Original Poster

I imagine these will be considerably more though

Bacardi

There has been alot of problems with theses sets. Mine had to be returned … There has been alot of problems with theses sets. Mine had to be returned due to the glasses loosing sync with the tv (like many others.) the fix for this is to tape up the sensors on the glasses. Another fault is where the screen and sound goes off or a second or two. This can happen a few times a day or once a month. (it has been nicknamed the samsung blink). It is a nice tv but personally i would get a 2011 model (d series)


it is also cheaper here. robertwhyteltd.co.uk/le4…jDA £699 with a 5 year warranty, slightly cheaper delivery. You can then buy a pair of spec with the savings, and have a extra two year warranty.

I would rather save up for a tv that works though, than buy a 2010 sammy. I have one of the latest d series tv, after i had to return two different 2010 model sammys

Edited by: "Bacardi" 11th Apr 2011

Original Poster

Any models you would reccomend.
My knowledge of TVs is limited. I just want something better than my hitachi plasma

Bacardi

it is also cheaper … it is also cheaper here.http://www.robertwhyteltd.co.uk/le46c750-c-11-p-1639?gclid=CMTG65f9lKgCFUEb4QodOn8jDA £699 with a 5 year warranty, slightly cheaper delivery. You can then buy a pair of spec with the savings, and have a extra two year warranty.I would rather save up for a tv that works though, than buy a 2010 sammy. I have one of the latest d series tv, after i had to return two different 2010 model sammys


Was just about to say that I bought this TV last year with blu-ray & 2 pairs of glasses (plus a third by redemption) and Shreik Collection for £799 untill i read that it was LE46C750 not LE40C750. For a 46"... this is a good price (mine is a 40")

Brill TV, lots of features, good, smooth picture quality. Highly reccomended (and im not normally a samsung fan!)

Thats the trouble it will cost you more. The new samsung tvs now use bluetooth for the glasses, have a look on youtube for the blink. I did like the tv, if you are not to bothered about 3d, you might get one that does not blink. What is your max budget for a tv

samsung sync problem.
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blink problem
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Edited by: "Bacardi" 11th Apr 2011

Original Poster

I havent really got a limit, just dont want to get ripped off, also can only fit a 46' in the living room really. All I have at the moment is a 360 and Virgin media, so not even got a Bluray player or Sky 3D

Bacardi

Thats the trouble it will cost you more. The new samsung tvs now use … Thats the trouble it will cost you more. The new samsung tvs now use bluetooth for the glasses, have a look on youtube for the blink. I did like the tv, if you are not to bothered about 3d, you might get one that does not blink. What is your max budget for a tvsamsung sync problem.http://www.avforums.com/forums/3d-tvs/1380473-please-post-here-if-you-have-samsung-glasses-losing-sync-problems.htmlblink problemhttp://www.avforums.com/forums/3d-tvs/1418376-just-contacted-samsung-about-blinking-issue-advice-please.html



Edited by: "nick130980" 11th Apr 2011

You could look at the 51" ps51d6900 it has a slim bezel. So it should be around the same size as the 46" set. If you do consider it i don't think it has freesat, although quite a few retailers say it does
Edited by: "Bacardi" 11th Apr 2011

Original Poster

That does look nice, I just need to decide if its worth that extra money. Also need to figure out the difference between this and PS51D550
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