SAMSUNG SERIES 4 PS43E450A1W 43 INCH 720P Plasma £199 Argos/Ebay
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SAMSUNG SERIES 4 PS43E450A1W 43 INCH 720P Plasma £199 Argos/Ebay

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Found 22nd Oct 2013
Couldn't find this post so please expire if I missed it but surely this is crackin value!?

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Looks it - shame it's 720p but BN for under £200.

Went hot a yr ago for £280

hotukdeals.com/dea…586
Edited by: "capriboycraig" 22nd Oct 2013

Obviously a good buy someone bought 20 (2 x 10)

Ordered for the bedroom, I was holding out on a 50" like the Panny the other day at £350 but I couldn't find one.

Amazon reviews look good

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-PS43E450-43-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B007BJ1B38

As do Tesco

http://www.tesco.com/direct/samsung-ps43e450-43-widescreen-hd-ready-plasma-tv-with-freeview/464-3180.prd

Now to decide whether to swap it with the Sony in the lounge... and hope no one notices 3:)
Edited by: "capriboycraig" 22nd Oct 2013

720p. Disgusting. I'd rather look directly into the sun than look at a 720p panel.

simplyjimbo

Obviously a good buy someone bought 20 (2 x 10)



Which is interesting as it pops up saying "Purchases are limited to 3 per buyer"

revzman

720p. Disgusting. I'd rather look directly into the sun than look at a … 720p. Disgusting. I'd rather look directly into the sun than look at a 720p panel.





Cool - and with how close you'd have to be to see the difference your gonna need some stronger shades...

List on HUKD, sales now accelerating.

Edited by: "capriboycraig" 22nd Oct 2013

revzman

720p. Disgusting. I'd rather look directly into the sun than look at a … 720p. Disgusting. I'd rather look directly into the sun than look at a 720p panel.



Typical Sun readers comment

got one of these tv in bedroom can't fault it. for £200 you won't be disappointed

For tv 720p is fine thinking fir my dad he wants a large set just for tv this fits the bill

too bad..no USB port

yusszn

too bad..no USB port



It does have a USB port.

I would buy this tv, however it's not very energy efficient. So I'll be losing out in the long run

revzman

720p. Disgusting. I'd rather look directly into the sun than look at a … 720p. Disgusting. I'd rather look directly into the sun than look at a 720p panel.



I would rather look at this panel watching SD telly than look at a disgusting 1080p one...
Edited by: "mcfly666" 22nd Oct 2013

I am still not sure what's the pblm with this tv. it looks like a cracking deal... £200 for 43 inch tv.
Am I missing something?

Also new tv most on Argos eBay at this price are refurbished

Excellent find..

cnrathi

I am still not sure what's the pblm with this tv. it looks like a … I am still not sure what's the pblm with this tv. it looks like a cracking deal... £200 for 43 inch tv.Am I missing something?



It's 720p, thats the issue.
But for the price, good deal.
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 22nd Oct 2013

Amazing deal.

Only because I got one of the Tesco deals a few months ago for a 40inch for £160 is why I'm not snapping this up.

Heat!

Samsung Tech Specs here An excellent and very good spot, heat added.

Edited by: "Wowhats" 22nd Oct 2013

Sent to a mate of mine who has a pub. Be great for that, Sky Sports, BT Sports etc.... is only 720p/1080i anyway.

Just bought it. Check out the amazon feedback.

I don't use Blueray and will prob skip it until 4K
SKY HD is only 1080i so no better than 720 (yes i know it is but talking real terms!)
Glass screen will be slightly more robust for a 3 year old kid attack
14 day return with free return delivery if no good

Stock is ex store store, so they bought too many and need to shift them in original box

120 WATT power usage, well based on a normal 2 - 4hrs viewing a day at 15p per KWH, thats 7.2P per day. So pay back on a £350 LCD will be (350-199 = 149 / 0.072 = 2069 days x 2 because you still need half the power for an LCD)


CNET USA have a good sheet. Even at their $2 per month difference, come on!

reviews.cnet.com/830…on/

Go on correct me but the principle is sound



UPDATE: 56W Power Consumption (Energy Saving Mode)

Edited by: "james-young" 22nd Oct 2013

Great picture quality, hot.

I doubt will a better picture for the money, this set will wee wee all over a 1080p LCD in this price bracket and I dare say even above twice the price.

Just make sure you update the firmware as soon as you get the telly.
Edited by: "mcfly666" 22nd Oct 2013

Can I connect my laptop through this telly ?

Thank you.

Good for Freeview. Its not even 720p, its 1024 x 768 pixels, so itll use rectangular pixels.

never had 720 p is it a big diffrence from 1080p ?

Banned

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esavan

never had 720 p is it a big diffrence from 1080p ?



Unless you watch Blu Ray or play on Xbox 360 / PS3 you don't really need 1080p as Sky/Virgin/FreeviewHD are only 720p/1080i

philiptcourt

Sent to a mate of mine who has a pub. Be great for that, Sky Sports, BT … Sent to a mate of mine who has a pub. Be great for that, Sky Sports, BT Sports etc.... is only 720p/1080i anyway.



To benefit from 1080i you need a TV with resolution of 1920 x 1080 so I don't understand the point you're making.

james-young

Just bought it. Check out the amazon feedback.I don't use Blueray and … Just bought it. Check out the amazon feedback.I don't use Blueray and will prob skip it until 4KSKY HD is only 1080i so no better than 720 (yes i know it is but talking real terms!)Glass screen will be slightly more robust for a 3 year old kid attack14 day return with free return delivery if no goodStock is ex store store, so they bought too many and need to shift them in original box120 WATT power usage, well based on a normal 2 - 4hrs viewing a day at 15p per KWH, thats 7.2P per day. So pay back on a £350 LCD will be (350-199 = 149 / 0.072 = 2069 days x 2 because you still need half the power for an LCD) CNET USA have a good sheet. Even at their $2 per month difference, come on!http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-33199_7-57579932-221/what-you-need-to-know-about-tv-power-consumption/Go on correct me but the principle is soundUPDATE: 56W Power Consumption (Energy Saving Mode)



Talking real terms then yes 1080i is better than 720. Infact 1080i has the same amount of pixels as 1080p so should be the same. It's just the way it is delivered to the TV that is different.

smellyonion

Good for Freeview. Its not even 720p, its 1024 x 768 pixels, so itll use … Good for Freeview. Its not even 720p, its 1024 x 768 pixels, so itll use rectangular pixels.



If you want to class it as something, it would be 768p.

philiptcourt

Unless you watch Blu Ray or play on Xbox 360 / PS3 you don't really need … Unless you watch Blu Ray or play on Xbox 360 / PS3 you don't really need 1080p as Sky/Virgin/FreeviewHD are only 720p/1080i



720p or 768p or anything else like that can't display 1080i in its true form as they physically don't have enough pixels.

so if I use it as monitor to connect to my pc to watch movies...it shud b fine... no?

shawty1984

If you want to class it as something, it would be 768p.



No......

cnrathi

so if I use it as monitor to connect to my pc to watch movies...it shud b … so if I use it as monitor to connect to my pc to watch movies...it shud b fine... no?



Depends entirely on the resolution of the movies you are watching.

I have one of these.

Beautiful image quality - colours are true to life and delivers deep black tones
Excellent refresh rate - no motion blurring
Very good, deep sound (albeit with a bit of settings tweaking)
Well built
Reads virtually all file formats when plugging in a USB stick or portable hard drive
Intuitive EPG and well-designed remote

Ignore the 720p/LED/Panasonic are better etc morons

Can i connect my laptop via this ?

cnrathi

so if I use it as monitor to connect to my pc to watch movies...it shud b … so if I use it as monitor to connect to my pc to watch movies...it shud b fine... no?



Text will look atrocious on that resolution. Don't use it a a monitor, its fine for tv.
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