Samsung PS51D8000  - Full HD 3D - 51" Plasma - Smart TV (Freeview HD, Wi-Fi) + Optional 3D Glasses Twin Pack for £25 @ Electricshop - £799.95
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Samsung PS51D8000 - Full HD 3D - 51" Plasma - Smart TV (Freeview HD, Wi-Fi) + Optional 3D Glasses Twin Pack for £25 @ Electricshop - £799.95

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Found 22nd May 2012
Much more expensive elsewhere, e.g. £852 @ Amazon, £1,199 @ John Lewis

Very positive reviews, highly rated TV.

Samsung PS51D8000 51" Full HD 3D Plasma Television with Freeview HD, 600hz Subfield Motion, 2D/3D conversion, Wi-Fi built in and many more advanced features

The Samsung PS51D8000F is a perfect combination of style and intelligence. Allowing you to experience the true meaning of motion and clarity with 600hz Subfield Motion. The PS51D8000F 51" Full HD 3D Series 8 Plasma Television offers 4 HDMI connections which lets you connect to other High Definition sources. The Samsung PS51D8000F lets you explore the world of online entertainment with built-in Wi-Fi. This model featues Freeview HD and tuner giving you a range of HD to channels to enjoy the stunning full HD picture quality.

The PS51 D8000 is part of Samsung's Elite D8000 range of 3D Televisions. Samsung developed the worlds first built in TV app store which available on this Full HD Plasma TV. Samsung's 3D HyperReal engine delivers superior performance and a crystal clear full HD 3D picture. The 8000 Range of TVs feature a super slim bezel, almost giving the illusion of a bezelless television. The 3D Glasses for this model are featherweight and ergonomically designed for optimum comfort during wear. The 51D8000 will also play your 2D TV, DVD, Blu- Ray and Games using the integrated 2D to 3D converter.

Resolution 1920 x 1080
Ultra Slim Plasma TV
600hz Subfield Motion
3D HyperReal Engine
3D (with 2D/3D conversion)
Wide Color Enhancer Plus
Dolby Digital Plus / Dolby Pulse
SRS TheaterSound HD
Smart TV
Wi-Fi built in
4 HDMI
AllShare
Clear Image Panel with Anti Reflection
PVR
USB 2.0 Movie
Freeview HD
Smart Touch
Remote included

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*** Get this 3D Glasses Twin Pack for just £25 when purchased with the PS51D8000! ***

To Qualify for this offer, this 3D Glasses Twin Pack must be purchased at the same time as the Television

Hurry, this is a Limited Time Offer!

Samsung SSG41002XC Battery Powered 3D Glasses 2 Pack. Watch your entertainment come alive with Samsung’s 3D glasses. Featuring the fit-over design, which is perfect for users who already wear glasses, the 3D glasses will be noticeably more comfortable and will deliver an even better 3D experience. And with a battery type for extended viewing, which lasts up to 150 hours, you can now sit back in total comfort and enjoy as much 3D TV as you like. It’s the 3D experience you’ve always wanted.

Bring 3D to life with advanced performance - Settle for nothing less than the absolute best 3D experience. With the advanced 3D effect, the Samsung 3D glasses SSG-4100GB delivers a 3D performance that is simply stunning. Both lenses work in perfect harmony to produce images that are true-to-life. Enjoy up to 150 hours of 3D entertainment from a single battery. And add to this the stable connection, which keeps a safety link to your TV via RF equipment, and you are ready for a new world of entertainment.

General Features

Power ON/OFF: Manual PWR On / Off (Button)

Operating Conditions

Operating Temperature: 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
Operation: 150 hours

Design

Design Name: Basic

Compatibility

LED TV: For all 2011 and 2012 Samsung D,E and ES series 3D TV
Plasma TV: For all 2011 and 2012 Samsung D,E and ES series 3D TV

Dimensions

Package: 35 x 90 x 166 mm (H x W x D)
Set: 39.5 x 148 x 151 mm (H x W x D)

Weight

Package: 107g
Set (with Battery): 23g

Accessories

User Manual
Battery

Features

Suggested Distance Between Glasses & TV when pairing: Shop Mode: 10cm (to avoid the interference), Home Mode: 50cm
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Someone selling it used on Gumtree for same price!

gumtree.com/p/f…230
Only if I could get a wicked price for my 50" g20 panny.

Oh well.
I got mine for £834 at Costco with 2 sets of 3d glasses and 5 year warranty. This is first time I've seen it cheaper though so good price. I'm very happy with mine btw...
Awesome, I wish I could afford it...
Buy a 50" panny for £500

Cold
John Lewis messed up a price match on this and i paid £719. Got the tv last week and very pleased.
Bought this on eBay 3 months ago for £550.

Went to collect and haggled it down to £500 with 2 pairs of 3Ds included.

Then picked up a single pair for £10 and a twin set for £15, so a pair for each household member for £525.
Nice tv and price. Cheers op
haggled down on ebay after buying ? didn't think you could do that after winning the bid unless there wasn't quite something that matched the selling description.
teerex

Awesome, I wish I could afford it...


you not alone mate! lol
chugerblug

I got mine for £834 at Costco with 2 sets of 3d glasses and 5 year … I got mine for £834 at Costco with 2 sets of 3d glasses and 5 year warranty. This is first time I've seen it cheaper though so good price. I'm very happy with mine btw...



likewise.... this tv is the nutz

Ojjo

Buy a 50" panny for £500 Cold



why you want to buy a low spec tv instead of this?
Own this and well impressed. Bargain! Get yourself Sky 3D as well - well worth it.
Ojjo

Buy a 50" panny for £500 Cold



Oh dear...

Brand loyalty has it's place but yours is misplaced..

This is one of the best Plasma's around and is regarded as highly as the top end Panny VT range so will wipe the floor with your £500 Panny's (which would be low end S/G models in that price range, not the better VT/GT models)

£800 for one of these is an utter bargain....

And this is from someone who owns a Panny VT.
Edited by: "Uridium" 22nd May 2012
Silhouette

Bought this on eBay 3 months ago for £550. Went to collect and haggled it … Bought this on eBay 3 months ago for £550. Went to collect and haggled it down to £500 with 2 pairs of 3Ds included.Then picked up a single pair for £10 and a twin set for £15, so a pair for each household member for £525.



I'll take your word for it..or should I, doesn't seem as if you keep your word
Is it worth getting this as a bargain or buying the new version with voice control etc ?? obviously the newer one is a large amount more but you only buy something like this rarely (Samsung UE55ES8000 LED)
Im very tempted. Was going to press the button on a 60' sharp non 3d at the end of the week, now not so sure. Bigger screen for 200 quid more or smaller screen and 3d for this price?
How do these fair against the LED brigade? My 5 year old Samsung 42" Plasma has just died and I'm in the market for a new one. I've seen loads of deals on this website and all of them are quite tempting. I nearly bought this one

hotukdeals.com/dea…111

but thought that there might be better deals out there. I was speaking to a mate who thinks that LED are the way forward. Any advice is most appreciated.
im tempted to get this
also is this wall mountable
Loved my three year old Sammy led tv till the main board went in October, then last week the same thing has happened.

Edited by: "toycollector" 22nd May 2012
edz1969

also is this wall mountable



Tech Radar Review -

"The Samsung PS51D8000 is well connected and specifically designed with wall mounting in mind. Along an easily reachable side panel are four HDMI inputs, one of them Audio Return Channel-compatible, while nearby are two USB inputs"
Wish I'd waited for this,Instead I got a Panasonic 50" ST 30 which developed the dreaded green blobs and banding,has been updated twice by Panasonic,now they say nothing more can be done:(
i thought these had issues?

SilhouetteBought this on eBay 3 months ago for £550. Went to collect and … SilhouetteBought this on eBay 3 months ago for £550. Went to collect and haggled it down to £500 with 2 pairs of 3Ds included.Then picked up a single pair for £10 and a twin set for £15, so a pair for each household member for £525.




FlombardI'll take your word for it..or should I, doesn't seem as if you … FlombardI'll take your word for it..or should I, doesn't seem as if you keep your word



Pour example?

Don't know how I would have lost the trust of HUKD?!

In answer to the other dude, yeah, it was £550, rang him, asked him where he was and asked if I could come check it out first.

He said yes, then like a car - we haggled.
prcdirect.co.uk/tel…uct

found it for 929.00 with 5 year warranty and Free 5 Year Warranty + 2 x 3D Glasses in the box
£799 at RGB as well delivered
techmob

i thought these had issues?


Most unhelpful post ever!

So...10 years warranty???

hoysy7

http://www.prcdirect.co.uk/televisions/3d-televisions/3d-plasma-televisions/51-inch-3d-plasma-televisions/ps51d8000/productfound it for 929.00 with 5 year warranty and Free 5 Year Warranty + 2 x 3D Glasses in the box

Yup - and it's still available (well it is in Lakeside anyway). That's a much better deal if you can get into a store. I would never buy TV without a 5 year warranty.

chugerblug

I got mine for £834 at Costco with 2 sets of 3d glasses and 5 year … I got mine for £834 at Costco with 2 sets of 3d glasses and 5 year warranty. This is first time I've seen it cheaper though so good price. I'm very happy with mine btw...

toycollector

Loved my three year old Sammy led tv till the main board went in October, … Loved my three year old Sammy led tv till the main board went in October, then last week the same thing has happened


My sister bought a display model 40" lcd tv from some tv shop and then after a few years of use, the TV developed a problem where the TV wouldn't power up immediately and then eventually it wouldn't power up at all.

So my sister called up Samsung just to enquire where the nearest authorised dealer was to repair the TV and they said they will come to our house fix it free of charge because its a known problem with that specific model TV. So the engineer came round and replaced couple of the capacitors that handled the powering up of the TV free of charge!!!
Edited by: "rimz790" 22nd May 2012
I once bought a tv on eBay. But when it arrived, the remote was missing. So I contacted the seller and they apologised and popped it in the post. Low and behold, 2 days later the the remote arrived and I've never been happier.

This IS the forum for posting completely banal stories about things we've purchased on ebay which couldn't possibly be of interest to anyone in their right mind, isn't it? Or have I sorely misjudged the purpose of the comments facility?
For the guy asking about led ' the only real benefit is operating costs cheaper to run compared to plasma.

Some led tvs suffer from banding , clouding or poor uniformity Samsung led tvs are at the top of the lists for these problems.

I'm on my second led tv (had a sammy now got a Sony led tv)
wow!! an upgrade in the very near future for me by the looks of things!!!
Hold out until the euros have kicked off in June.

Almost every TV out there is guaranteed to drop in price.
bonn1e

Is it worth getting this as a bargain or buying the new version with … Is it worth getting this as a bargain or buying the new version with voice control etc ?? obviously the newer one is a large amount more but you only buy something like this rarely (Samsung UE55ES8000 LED)



I've got the ES8000 55" and you can't get one for less than £2.5k, PQ is great but voice and motion stuff get boring The D8000 at this price is a steal and is a very very good TV though you could probably buy elsewhere for just over £800 and get John Lewis to price match too (Doubt they will PM Electric Shop)
OLED is the next big thing but for now the LED's are the ones to go for although film buffs will prefer plasma.
Well worth the price, hdtvtest.co.uk is the place to go for optimal TVs settings and reviews, everyone can learn a lot on there.
tony863

How do these fair against the LED brigade? My 5 year old Samsung 42" … How do these fair against the LED brigade? My 5 year old Samsung 42" Plasma has just died and I'm in the market for a new one. I've seen loads of deals on this website and all of them are quite tempting. I nearly bought this onehttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/716-09-sony-bravia-46-1080-hd-active-3d-led-tv-with-internet-skype-wifi-freeview-1201111but thought that there might be better deals out there. I was speaking to a mate who thinks that LED are the way forward. Any advice is most appreciated.



Unless your TV is broken, I would wait until OLED and 4K come out later this year - firstly they blow everything else out of the water, secondly their arrival will drop the prices on LED/PLASMA 1080 sets.
my-planet

Most unhelpful post ever!



Look at the owner thread on avforums
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