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SAMSUNG PS50C490B350C490+3D BLU-RAY+2 LARGE GLASSES+2 SMALL GLASSES £844 @ Comet
SAMSUNG PS50C490B350C490+3D BLU-RAY+2 LARGE GLASSES+2 SMALL GLASSES £844 @ Comet

SAMSUNG PS50C490B350C490+3D BLU-RAY+2 LARGE GLASSES+2 SMALL GLASSES £844 @ Comet

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I picked up this Samsung 3DTV package from the Comets Maidstone Store for £844 and also another £26.10 from Quidco.

Package includes
1 50" Samsung Plasma PS50C490B3 TV
2 Pair of Standard 3D Glasses
2 Pair of Rechargeable 3D Glasses
1 50C490+3D BLU-RAY Player
Fitted the whole thing up and is a fantastic package that will have you amazed because of its price and quality.

11 Comments

Would not buy this only hd ready and gets poor reviews.

Top of the line 3D tv's have a hard enough time displaying great 3d pics as it is.

Well its plasma,and it is outdated so not a big deal. LED TV would be a lot better.

There was a programme on telly last night that talked about how early adoptors of tech in the 1980's were always stung because all the tech was new and never worked until after years of improvement.

I was thinking that still applies in 2011


Very true, when you consider Toshiba are already selling 3D TVs (only in Japan at the moment) that dont require glasses, I think these TVs are going to date very quickly

so would you buy a 3d tv or just a full hd one now as my 50" pioneer just given up after 10 years service?

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smolloy2002

so would you buy a 3d tv or just a full hd one now as my 50" pioneer just … so would you buy a 3d tv or just a full hd one now as my 50" pioneer just given up after 10 years service?


Depends how much you want to spend, I intend to upgrade to Non Glasses 3DTV when it arrives in this country in the next year or so, providing it has good feedback.

I bought a Samung 46C650 for 800 with a 5 year no questions ask warranty from costco, I want a 3D but going to wait to see what happens, I want one that you dont need glasses, or the ones you use for the cinema.

This deal is not bad, not what I am after, but people who are waiting for non glasses are in for a long wait and also will have to sit still as the effect will become blurred.
When or if they come to market will cost the earth for at least a year after so basically 2 to 3 years wait.
news.cnet.com/830…tml
So where these tv's are selling well according to abfmdf is a mystery...

Didnt say they were selling well, just stated that commercial TVs are being sold to the public that not require glasses.

Price is currently the prohibitory factor, but when you consider Sony and Samsung are both releasing there own versions of 3D TVs (that dont require glasses) this year, price will come down and quality will improve further (as it does with all technology)

There is not that much 3D content at the moment, most people are buying for the future. If you are going to pay £800+ you dont really want to upgrade in a couple of years (especially as it is a major inconvenience to buy and wear glasses)

Not faulting this deal, just current 3D TVs in general. IMO your better off getting a good 2D set for half the price. Im sure others will disagree, but when you consider there is only approx 50 3d movies sold by Amazon, you have to wonder how many people will get the most of 3D capacity

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abfmdf

Didnt say they were selling well, just stated that commercial TVs are … Didnt say they were selling well, just stated that commercial TVs are being sold to the public that not require glasses. Price is currently the prohibitory factor, but when you consider Sony and Samsung are both releasing there own versions of 3D TVs (that dont require glasses) this year, price will come down and quality will improve further (as it does with all technology)There is not that much 3D content at the moment, most people are buying for the future. If you are going to pay £800+ you dont really want to upgrade in a couple of years (especially as it is a major inconvenience to buy and wear glasses)Not faulting this deal, just current 3D TVs in general. IMO your better off getting a good 2D set for half the price. Im sure others will disagree, but when you consider there is only approx 50 3d movies sold by Amazon, you have to wonder how many people will get the most of 3D capacity


To be honest, i didnt just buy it for Movies, my main reason is sport, football, golf, tennis, etc etc and i really do not mind sticking on a pair of glasses for 90 mins.

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miarcerts

This deal is not bad, not what I am after, but people who are waiting for … This deal is not bad, not what I am after, but people who are waiting for non glasses are in for a long wait and also will have to sit still as the effect will become blurred.When or if they come to market will cost the earth for at least a year after so basically 2 to 3 years wait.http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-20040266-1.htmlSo where these tv's are selling well according to abfmdf is a mystery...


Is that $2,900 for a 20"? if thats the case it looks like a good 2-3 year wait for a 50" to be a decent price.
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