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Samsung PS42C450 42-inch 600Hz Widescreen HD Ready Plasma TV with Freeview - £358.37 delivered @ Amazon
Samsung PS42C450 42-inch 600Hz Widescreen HD Ready Plasma TV with Freeview - £358.37 delivered @ Amazon

Samsung PS42C450 42-inch 600Hz Widescreen HD Ready Plasma TV with Freeview - £358.37 delivered @ Amazon

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Superb telly, excellent reviews

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Also, there is a cashback promotion at Samsung

rcwmeg

Also, there is a cashback promotion at Samsung

i guess the cashback is included here!

coz M&S sell it for £400 with free bluray player

wnofal

i guess the cashback is included here!coz M&S sell it for £400 with free … i guess the cashback is included here!coz M&S sell it for £400 with free bluray player



M&S have run out of the Blu Ray at the moment

FYI, it's not 1080p.

What's the cash back deal? Can't find it anywhere. Thanks

don't think there is any cashback, you could get quidco if you by from BT shop see my post here

hotukdeals.com/dea…050

rcwmeg

Also, there is a cashback promotion at Samsung

only on LED sets

Excellent deal, better than the M&S deal for those of us that already have BR players. What's the guarantee length with Amazon? This could be my TV after 6 months of waiting for something really good under £400!

HOT!

So is HD ready OK or does it have to be full HD ?????

HD ready is fine, FULL is just marketing ploy, actual difference is impossible to notice with the human eye

sabz786

HD ready is fine, FULL is just marketing ploy, actual difference is … HD ready is fine, FULL is just marketing ploy, actual difference is impossible to notice with the human eye



Yes and no, 1080p (full HD) is more beneficial on 46"+ sets, anything smaller (unless you're sitting up close) it is hard to telll

Cracking set for the price

Yes good deal, would be nice if there a option of extended warranty esp with potential problems with a plasma

stezo2k

Yes and no, 1080p (full HD) is more beneficial on 46"+ sets, anything … Yes and no, 1080p (full HD) is more beneficial on 46"+ sets, anything smaller (unless you're sitting up close) it is hard to telllCracking set for the price

sabz786

HD ready is fine, FULL is just marketing ploy, actual difference is … HD ready is fine, FULL is just marketing ploy, actual difference is impossible to notice with the human eye



You can tell, it just depend on viewing distance.

m&s deal better,,5 year guarantee with it,,also they have to supply blu ray whether in/out of stock as deal says ,,comes with this,,have checked legalities out so m&s have to supply when back in stock.just phone them and you will see.

bond e lad

m&s deal better,,5 year guarantee with it,,also they have to supply blu … m&s deal better,,5 year guarantee with it,,also they have to supply blu ray whether in/out of stock as deal says ,,comes with this,,have checked legalities out so m&s have to supply when back in stock.just phone them and you will see.



they are not selling this any more as ht eTV is expired

they expired the deal mistakenly,,doesnt matter now as the tv is oos and they deffo wont repeat that deal,,which makes this one vg now,me like loads of other hukd addicts have already dipped in,,as they say,,good luck to all.

hot from me

the link now takes you to a £399 priced tv looks like its finished. It was ok at 0100 this morning. Got up to buy after sleeping on it and all gone
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