Samsung PS50A456P 50" HD Ready Digital Plasma TV - £655.50 delivered @ Dixons
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Samsung PS50A456P 50" HD Ready Digital Plasma TV - £655.50 delivered @ Dixons

£655.50
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Found 11th Mar 2009Made hot 11th Mar 2009
The PS50A456P is a perfect fusion of design and technology. 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ration, Real 100Hz picture technology, and dedicated Sports Mode!
HD ready 720P
Built in digital TV Tuner
20000 : 1 dynamic contrast
DNIe + Image technology
SRS Trusurround

Use code MARCH20 to get the above price

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Looks good

Good price for the set....
Although personally would not buy, bought a samsung earlier in the year on the john lewis sale, dreadfuls sd images.

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Can anyone see any other online reviews for this model?

good price... but im sure the 720p / 1080p fight will soon breakout

Zehray;4610115

Good price for the set....Although personally would not buy, bought a … Good price for the set....Although personally would not buy, bought a samsung earlier in the year on the john lewis sale, dreadfuls sd images.



the sd images on this tv are very good however... this is a plasma so maybe you had bought a LCD samsung??

Zehray;4610115

Good price for the set....Although personally would not buy, bought a … Good price for the set....Although personally would not buy, bought a samsung earlier in the year on the john lewis sale, dreadfuls sd images.



LCD or plasma?

I have the older PS50Q97HDX which is a plasma and SD images are excellent - It's only 720p so the HD content although nothing special is definately an improvement over the SD which like I said earlier is very good.

Maybe it's the way you have your set configured.

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No specific reviews.. but some opinions about the series 4 samsung can be found here?

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sprinc;4610373

good price... but im sure the 720p / 1080p fight will soon breakout



It is a scientific fact that you have to sit closer than 6 foot from the screen at 50" screen size with 20:20 vision for your eyes to be able to resolve any difference between 720p and 1080p

i.e. it's really not a concern.

richto;4614559

It is a scientific fact that you have to sit closer than 6 foot from the … It is a scientific fact that you have to sit closer than 6 foot from the screen at 50" screen size with 20:20 vision for your eyes to be able to resolve any difference between 720p and 1080pi.e. it's really not a concern.



What is a fact is that different people have different levels of visual acuity.

Unless you can cite from something more reliable than 'Which' magazine, you don't get to call it a scientific fact.

I can CLEARLY tell the difference between 720p and 1080p at 4 feet on a 28" screen.

I've tested this enough times to know that I'm not just kidding myself.

and if your running this with a Media Centre PC there is a huge difference between 720p and 1080p.
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