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Samsung PS42B430P2 42in HD Ready Digital Plasma TV £399.99 at Argos
Samsung PS42B430P2 42in HD Ready Digital Plasma TV £399.99 at Argos

Samsung PS42B430P2 42in HD Ready Digital Plasma TV £399.99 at Argos

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SAMSUNG Series 4 plasma TV incoporates beautiful design with cutting edge technology on giant size screens for the ultimate flat panel experience.

- Real 100Hz technology enables display motions in a more fluid way without any blurring.

- DNIe+ Engine technology performs to optimise overall picture qualities.

- Additionally, Wide Colour Enhancer 2 technology is upgraded to reproduce the natural red colours.

- Video: 1024 X 768 Pixels Resolution / Mega Contrast / Wide Colour Enhancer 2 / 100Hz / DNIe+ / Film Mode / 3D Digital Comb Filter / DNR / 600Hz Subfield Motion

- Audio: Dolby Digital Plus / Down Firing Speaker Type / SRS Trusurround HD / 10W X 2

- Features: Sleep Timer / Auto Channel Search & Power Off / 1000p Teletext / Clock & On-Off Timer

- Features: Digital Tuner Built-in / OSD Languages / EPG / User Interface / Detail Settings / LNA Plus / Power Saving

- Connections: 2 X HDMI / Digital Audio (Optical) / DVI Audio Input

- Connections: Component / Composite / RF Input / CI Slot / 1 X Scart / Audio Out (L/R) / CI Slot

- Dimensions (with stand): 1055(w) X 316(d) X 728.2(h)mm / 28kg

28 Comments

Nice price for a 42" plasma.

yes it's HD Ready so will look awesome at normal viewing distances. In case anyone is worried it's not Full HD, you'd have to sit closer than 4 feet to see any kind of difference.

how much for the full hd version in this model range

thanks op. need a new tv. the hunt starts today for a 40-42 hd lcd or plasma.

im looking for a new 42" tv too. will let you know what i find

philbot;7327256

Nice price for a 42" plasma.yes it's HD Ready so will look awesome at … Nice price for a 42" plasma.yes it's HD Ready so will look awesome at normal viewing distances. In case anyone is worried it's not Full HD, you'd have to sit closer than 4 feet to see any kind of difference.



I have this TV and regardless what the spec says it can do 1080p.

I bought this from comet 3/4 months ago and run my xbox at 1080p and popcorn hour at 1080p no problem

stevieglesga;7331270

thanks op. need a new tv. the hunt starts today for a 40-42 hd lcd or … thanks op. need a new tv. the hunt starts today for a 40-42 hd lcd or plasma.



cackinthesackjac;7332644

im looking for a new 42" tv too. will let you know what i find



me three!

As posted on another thread by someone else, 1280x720 is the standard for 720p, this is only 1024x768 so has a worse resolution.

Hope that helps for someone thinking of buying this :thumbsup:

_Gilly_
thanks op. need a new tv. the hunt starts today for a 40-42 hd lcd or plasma.

im looking for a new 42" tv too. will let you know what i find
me three!


-- me four let's update here what we find.

_Gilly_;7332709

me three!



Me four!!!
Seriusly though, I just don't know what to get:? Whatever it is got to be cheap though. Been for a browse in Currys this a.m. and they all look the same , apart from the price.

me five!

I've been looking for 2 hours and I'm getting more and more confused..

1080P ?
100hz ?
200hz ?
USB Play back ?
Timeshift ?

How do I know if I'm buying something with extra features, that I will never use, or will never know how to use????

add me to the list...just about to go to currys..i want a tv around 40 inch for under £400
confused with all the jargon
is the sharp 32 inch one at currys any good for £299 aparently half price

not sure about Bush really

toonarmani;7332759

As posted on another thread by someone else, 1280x720 is the standard for … As posted on another thread by someone else, 1280x720 is the standard for 720p, this is only 1024x768 so has a worse resolution.Hope that helps for someone thinking of buying this :thumbsup:



thanks wife is in argos. almost bought this.

"Arrr, i don't know what I'm doing":?

cackinthesackjac;7332644

im looking for a new 42" tv too. will let you know what i find



stevieglesga;7331270

thanks op. need a new tv. the hunt starts today for a 40-42 hd lcd or … thanks op. need a new tv. the hunt starts today for a 40-42 hd lcd or plasma.



can you help me out looking for one too here is one I posted earlier : hotukdeals.com/ite…d=1

Thanks

See blow double post sorry

toonarmani;7332759

As posted on another thread by someone else, 1280x720 is the standard for … As posted on another thread by someone else, 1280x720 is the standard for 720p, this is only 1024x768 so has a worse resolution.Hope that helps for someone thinking of buying this :thumbsup:



Thats normal, i thought plasma's didn't use square pixels so your point is irrelavent unless you was it as a pc monitor surely?

The criteria for HD from looking on the net are

The ability to receive ATSC terrestrial digital transmissions and decode all ATSC Table 3 video formats
The ability to display vertical scan lines of 720 lines progressive (720p), 1080 lines interlaced (1080i), or higher
The ability to display an image in a widescreen 16:9 (width:height) aspect ratio
The ability to receive, reproduce, and/or output Dolby Digital audio

JAMAL;7333258

The criteria for HD from looking on the net areThe ability to receive … The criteria for HD from looking on the net areThe ability to receive ATSC terrestrial digital transmissions and decode all ATSC Table 3 video formats



Only if you are using it in the USA.

toonarmani;7332759

As posted on another thread by someone else, 1280x720 is the standard for … As posted on another thread by someone else, 1280x720 is the standard for 720p, this is only 1024x768 so has a worse resolution.Hope that helps for someone thinking of buying this :thumbsup:



1024 is perfectly normal for a plasma - as stated above, they have rectangle pixels.

i have this and a 32" samsung lcd (series 6) i think this is better than my lcd.

colours are richer, brighter and no motion blur when playing games on the 360 etc...

Help!!

I'm confused. I want a TV which will allow me to watch Freeview channels, and which I can connect my VCR to by scart and my DVD recorder to by HDMI. Thats all.
All we watch is TV or DVD's. no blueRay, no gaming.

It needs to be 40-42" flat screen, LCD or plasma.

Can anyone recommend what would be best. I don;t understand MHz, pixels, and all this jargon, but I do want the best picture I can get to view from about 15-20 ft away.

stevieglesga;7333060

thanks wife is in argos. almost bought this. "Arrr, i don't know what I'm … thanks wife is in argos. almost bought this. "Arrr, i don't know what I'm doing":?



Ok now this is getting stupid. On every thread some ill-informed poster pops up with the "1024x768 isn't HD" chestnut, confusing people and potentially (in the above case) depriving the reader of a great bargain. For the last time, these are the standard for 720p in plasma screens and conform to the 720p standard as defined universally (720 horizontal lines, HDMI, HDCP, etc..). They are excellent and will generally trump and 1366x768 or 1280x720 lcd screen in many many uses. If I were to offer advice on a deal, I'd make sure I knew what I was talking about first so letting the reader make a properly informed decision.

price up to £499.99

Hi
Bought this and am very pleased.

I cannot get my Sony DVD recorder to receive the Freeview channels, can anyone give any tips on how to do this. All terrestrial channels can be received, but I wish to tape digi channels.

There was no problem with my old digi box, but there is now the Freeview receiver is integrated.

Brought one of these, and I am very happy with it. Picture quality is as good as sets which cost a lot more (5-600) quid.
Not only that but it has quite a wide range of formats built in such as TNT HD would this decode the format of the new HD freeview?.

Very happy with mine too.

One problem....it seems to attract and show dust very badly. Has anyone a solution to this? All the supplied cloth does is to move the dust around, it has returned as soon as I turn my back!

VERY pleased with this TV but does anyone else have this problem?

When on standby, every so often the TV clicks and sounds like its powering up, then a few minutes later does it again like its turning itself off again. I'm not sure if its doing something normal or not, I've checked the users manual thinking it may be going to a power save mode, but nothing is mentioned. The strange thing is, that when this happens, very occasionally it will actually light up and show a blank picture,no channel, and has to be manually turned off again.

It seems starange to me that the remote turns the TV off to standby, and the only way of actually switching it off completely is at the socket. There is no button on the TV to turn the power supply off, so it is always on standby if the socket is hard to get at.

Help!
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