SAMSUNG Series 5 UE40EH5000 Full HD 40" LED TV with Freeview HD - £348.66 @ Dixons
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SAMSUNG Series 5 UE40EH5000 Full HD 40" LED TV with Freeview HD - £348.66 @ Dixons

£348.66Dixons Deals
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Found 31st Jul 2012
It's gone even cheaper again - beats Amazon! Excellent price for a new 40" TV with Freeview HD built in!

Full HD LED TV HD viewing at an affordable price
The Samsung EH5000 Series 5 LED TV delivers spectacular Full HD viewing and HDMI connectivity, so you can enjoy all your favourite entertainment in ultra-realistic high definition. There is integrated FREEVIEW, and you can also connect to USB storage to access movies, music and photos, or use HDMI inputs to access a wide range of compatible devices. Thanks to Wide Colour Enhancer Plus, which boosts picture quality with an advanced algorithm, you’ll see more vivid and detailed images than ever.

Spectacular Full HD viewing and HDMI connectivityDiscover a new reality in Full HD
Enjoy a greater level of home entertainment realism than ever before. Thanks to a resolution twice as high as standard HD TVs, your Samsung EH5000TV delivers a breathtaking viewing experience that takes you beyond the screen into a world of total immersion. When you’ve seen the rich and vivid texture of Full HD images, your favourite TV programmes and movies will never be the same again. Discover a new reality with the full high definition experience.

Superior picture quality with Clear Motion Rate
Samsung's Clear Motion Rate is able to generate clear, moving images through a combination of three factors: chipset, TV panel, and backlight. This new measure in motion control produces the clearest motion graphics through the backlight technology in the TV’s panel.

ConnectShare--instantaneously enjoy movies, photos or musicWatch movies from your USB
With ConnectShare Movie, simply plug your USB memory drive into the TV and instantaneously enjoy movies, photos or music. Now, you can experience a wide variety of content in the comfort of your living room on your TV.

Bringing a full multimedia experience into your living room
With High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) inputs, the Samsung EH5000 TV will transform your living room into a multimedia entertainment centre. HDMI provides high-speed transmission of high definition digital data from multiple devices straight into your TV.

Screen
1920 x 1080 Resolution
Wide Colour Enhancer Plus
Digital Noise Filter available
50 Clear Motion Rate

Connectivity
2 HDMI
1 USB
Headphone x 1
ConnectShare™ Movie
Game Mode available
1 Tuner PIP available
29 European Languages

Audio
Digital Dolby Plus / Dolby Pulse
SRS TheatreSound
Dts 2.0+Digital Out available
10W x 2 Sound Output (RMS)
Down Firing + Full Range
Auto Volume Leveller available

Box Contains
Remote Controller Model TM 1250
Batteries for remote control
Power Cable
User Manual
E-manual

Energy efficiency class:
A

On-mode power consumption:
55 Watts

Energy consumption:
80 kWh per year, based on the power consumption of the television operating 4 hours per day for 365 days. The actual energy consumption will depend on how the television is used.

Visible screen diagonal:
40 " / 101.6 cm

43 Comments

*Great* TV! None of the crippled SMART TV stuff, just a superb picture in a slim bezel for a decent price

Out of stock for delivery on site.

Ordered for later delivery after they get more stock, guess I can cancel anyway if something better comes up. 5% quidco too makes this effectively around 330.

nice tv but need something more slimmer with side connections

Bought 2 weeks ago at £400 fantastic picture on sd and hd i just wanted basic set with fab picture at this price its amazing !! also energy rated A !!

LOUGHBORO GUY

Bought 2 weeks ago at £400 fantastic picture on sd and hd i just wanted … Bought 2 weeks ago at £400 fantastic picture on sd and hd i just wanted basic set with fab picture at this price its amazing !! also energy rated A !!



Is the picture that good, saw it in comet and sd pic didnt look great, not sure if it was the setup, i am also conserned about no connections on the side, how would it effect wall mounting.

do have any motion blur or artifacts on sd pic?

You have to tweak the picture settings backlight and contrast at 100 etc also standard setting in my view better than movie mode etc the sd picture on mine is close to the freeview hd picture ! I would advise wall mounting not slim enough ??!! I cannot see any motion blur on mine it was compared next to a £700 sony picture i couldnt tell difference but thats my eyes we are all different !!

meant to say i wouldnt advise wall mounting !

Ive seen a review where wattage was tested on this TV & the max output they could get was 45 Watt's & the picture is ment to be very good on SD & Exellent on HD , Blu-Ray & Xbox.

You have to remember that this tv is a new 2012 model with freeview hd built in its a bargain for under £400 here or on amazon

LOUGHBORO GUY

meant to say i wouldnt advise wall mounting !



Why? I wall mounted one for my Grandma over the weekend. Looks smart and neat, and frees up the space on the cabinet where it was.

The picture quality was good, and she says she can hear it fine (no subtitles,) so the sound must be good also. Remember the slimmer the TV, the smaller the speakers they have to squeeze in, so in effect compromise on sound quality.

I would say this TV is superb value. Couple of niggles that I noticed, no side headphone/HDMI sockets (as someone mentioned,) and no name of program when you switch channels.

Im abit deaf got it on the crystal voice sound setting very good indeed but I switch to movie sound when watch blu ray and music sound for concerts

LOUGHBORO GUY

Im abit deaf got it on the crystal voice sound setting very good indeed … Im abit deaf got it on the crystal voice sound setting very good indeed but I switch to movie sound when watch blu ray and music sound for concerts



maybe you should consider investing in a onkyo surround setup

Seems colder than I'd have thought it would be. Great price, isn't it!

LOUGHBORO GUY

You have to remember that this tv is a new 2012 model with freeview hd … You have to remember that this tv is a new 2012 model with freeview hd built in its a bargain for under £400 here or on amazon



Dunno about you but id still prefer bush over this any day :-)

I'm in the market for a new tv but not sure yet what i want to say for features wise and Samsung don't make it easy with a million different models. Can't really say if this tv is a good deal or not as haven't Googled it to compare and right now i don't feel an urge to so for that reason im not voting either way

mine arrived today
£322.79 with my staff discount from argos
being able to adjust volume on my headphones
from the remote big plus
hd channels working fine on my rubbish aerial bonus
one dead pixel in the Corner should i replace?

Always think the samsung's look the best in the shops. With the 5% quidco making this approx 330. Absolute bargain! So tempted, but might have to resist..:)

Just got the 32" version from Amazon £294 compared to £339 at Curry's, excellent TV stunning picture in SD and HD, best model if you don't want all the smart TV stuff.
Edited by: "nikelodeon68" 31st Jul 2012

purchased thankyou! I've been on the lookout for a tv for a couple of weeks. The missus has been winging like foook

mdekq007

purchased thankyou! I've been on the lookout for a tv for a couple of … purchased thankyou! I've been on the lookout for a tv for a couple of weeks. The missus has been winging like foook



Id imagine she would have prefered that you`d stuck to bush ...never mind tho ..enjoy!

Why don’t they make tellies with about ten hdmi inputs.

What a great price, can't really buy one yet as trusty Panasonic still going well and under five year warranty but heat added

u0421793

Why don’t they make tellies with about ten hdmi inputs.



A stab in the dark but id say because no one that is currently a member of the human race would ever need them ? Why would manufacturers cater for the one inhuman soul that wants more cables coming out the back of his tv than snakes were in that pit that Indiana Jones climbed into in the first movie. That's what good cinema amps are for if you need more than about 3 hdmi

Can anyone please tell me how the 50Hz compares to the 100Hz on certain tvs

ellenjess

Can anyone please tell me how the 50Hz compares to the 100Hz on certain … Can anyone please tell me how the 50Hz compares to the 100Hz on certain tvs



Well, it's not so much the difference between the T.Vs but rather the inner feeling of disappointment knowing that your T.V does not have the 100Hz feature that you so much crave. Sitting there watching Bear Grylls sucking the living life out of a headless toad in 100Hz is a thing of dreams. In 50Hz not so much, you'll experience this niggling feeling which won't die away constantly reminding you that a better viewing experience does exist. No matter how much you deny it, that feeling will not cease to exist and it will haunt you until you surrender your 50Hz piece of **** and buy the glorious almighty 100Hz orgasmic beast. Need i say more?

ellenjess

Can anyone please tell me how the 50Hz compares to the 100Hz on certain … Can anyone please tell me how the 50Hz compares to the 100Hz on certain tvs


We have 100Hz on the Bravia downstairs; it's that bit more pleasant to watch and makes juddery pans less noticeable. I think 200Hz and beyond is perhaps the sweet spot though as switching on the 'MotionFlow' (fake interpolated 200Hz) feature makes things practically silky smooth, but causes a weird 'sped-up' effect on some programmes (mainly films).

Personally wouldn't spend this much on a TV that doesn't have it. That and I'm not sold on LED panels, they're a bit iffy when it comes to blacks.
Edited by: "schmoog" 1st Aug 2012


samsung and lg are lovely tellys
freeview hd , led , and 1080p are a must nowadays,
we have them all over the home here...........

DAZZ2000

I'm in the market for a new tv but not sure yet what i want to say for … I'm in the market for a new tv but not sure yet what i want to say for features wise and Samsung don't make it easy with a million different models. Can't really say if this tv is a good deal or not as haven't Googled it to compare and right now i don't feel an urge to so for that reason im not voting either way



You have my vote for most pointless and useless post so far.....

Freeview hd is a must wish more tvs had it want a smallish screen for bedroom with freeview he built in but not many around ?????

Got one of these for my parents at around 400 a few months ago. Very nice TV. The sound is surprisingly good too as whilst it's LED backlit, the back of the TV is nowhere near as thin as LED TVs usually are so they've actually been able to fit some half decent speakers in. Overall it's a cheap but good quality full HD set. The only things I was disappointed in were the lack of ports and the small, cheap looking remote, but at this price you really can't complain. Hot.

LOUGHBORO GUY

meant to say i wouldnt advise wall mounting !



Why?

Can you use a external hard drive for recording, via the usb socket?

DAZZ2000

I'm in the market for a new tv but not sure yet what i want to say for … I'm in the market for a new tv but not sure yet what i want to say for features wise and Samsung don't make it easy with a million different models. Can't really say if this tv is a good deal or not as haven't Googled it to compare and right now i don't feel an urge to so for that reason im not voting either way



And pointless post of the day award goes to......

(probably me now after this one, still)

Oops, didn't see Scandarahar's post.
Edited by: "Soulreape" 1st Aug 2012

David Gill

Well, it's not so much the difference between the T.Vs but rather the … Well, it's not so much the difference between the T.Vs but rather the inner feeling of disappointment knowing that your T.V does not have the 100Hz feature that you so much crave. Sitting there watching Bear Grylls sucking the living life out of a headless toad in 100Hz is a thing of dreams. In 50Hz not so much, you'll experience this niggling feeling which won't die away constantly reminding you that a better viewing experience does exist. No matter how much you deny it, that feeling will not cease to exist and it will haunt you until you surrender your 50Hz piece of **** and buy the glorious almighty 100Hz orgasmic beast. Need i say more?



This is the best description I've read of the rampant consumerism which is suffocating today's society. I take my unbranded hat off to you, sir.
Edited by: "Tarquin8484" 1st Aug 2012

dougan

Can you use a external hard drive for recording, via the usb socket?



No. You have to buy the EH5300 for that feature.

Edited by: "Tarquin8484" 1st Aug 2012

Tarquin8484

No. You have to buy the EH5300 for that feature.



Don't you have to get the eh5500 for that feature?

Showing as £400 now !

scandarahar

You have my vote for most pointless and useless post so far.....



Nope you've now eclipsed me good and proper ya chump

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