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Samsung Series 7 LED TV only £1566.54 delivered @ Dixons
Samsung Series 7 LED TV only £1566.54 delivered @ Dixons

Samsung Series 7 LED TV only £1566.54 delivered @ Dixons

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This is my 1st post but I couldn't keep this one to myself!

The latest Samsung Series 7 LED TV usually retails for at least £2000 (Comet, Currys, PC World etc.) but Dixons have got it for just £1566.54 if you use voucher code '3TV' for 3% discount and you also get free delivery.

I know its a bit much for a TV but at the moment there doesn't seem like there is anything that can touch it in terms of design, weight and slimlineness (probably not a word)!

Details below:-

The Samsung UE46B7000 46 1080p LCD TV has been beautifully designed to enhance your viewing experience, delivering a visual and audio experience far beyond the expectations of an ordinary television.

With Full HD, the Samsung UE46B7000 46 1080p LCD TV features an Ultra Clear Panel and LED technology, resulting in an unbelievable contrast ratio using a vast range of rich and vibrant colours. The UE46B7000 uses 100 Hz Motion Technology, for smooth flowing images without any blur or distortion even with the most fast-paced sports or action movies, while its SRS TruSurround HD sound system ensures youll feel as if your in the heart of the all the action!

Samsung have slim-lined every aspect it is environmentally friendly using less power and at just only 29.9mm thick the UE46B7000 46 1080p LCD TV is the thinnest TV currently on the market with an in-built digital TV tuner. Featuring 4x HDMI, 1x Component and 2 USB ports, you get a fantastic choice when connecting all your peripheral devices.

On top of all of this the [email protected] feature means you can stream movies, play music and access photos wirelessly via DLNA. The [email protected] feature enables you to access small web applications such as news, weather and YouTube while the content libray delivers pre loaded material on subjects like cooking, games and education. USB 2.0 Movie enables direct playback of films and content from any connected USB device making the Samsung UE46B7000 46 1080p LCD TV much more than just a Television!

* 3,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast
* 100hz
* Built-in digital TV tuner
* 4xHDMI, 1x Component

* DNIe+
* SRS Trusurround HD
* DLNA
* Available in 32", 40", 55"

8 Comments

Sweeeeet If i hadnt just bought Samsung 6 Series for £750 i'd be all over this!!!

welcome to the forums. Always worth a quick search on Kelkoo etc before posting though, as i see there are 4 or 5 places selling this set for less - 1staudiovisual.co.uk/cat…208

The 7020 and 7000 are ever so slightly difference - the picture is slightly different (simple config change and their the same), and the 7020 has silver edging whereas the 7000 is black at the edge.

The 7000 is exclusive to DSGi (bye bye pricematch).

I saw one of these in Curry's yesterday for bout same price and the detail from the Harry Potter film they had on was I must say stunning.

Left viewing angle on this Samsung was excellent, no difference or virtually no difference from viewing head on, did not look down from above or up from below which is where normally Sammy monitors/tv/tft/ fall down a little.

What let this TV down after seeing all the detail jump out was the way the images moved. Not quite right ...trailing, well like when you watch a computer generated human in sci-fi movie when it goes berserk, like a hologram where they glitch for 1/1000th of a second .. not like ghosting on 8ms or higher but similar and not 24fps judder either

But the lighting and detail on this tv was simply amazing.

Technically LED's are cheaper to manufacture than LCD's. Manufacturers are ripping us off with LED TV's... I think i would wait for a few years for the price to settle.

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maverik_77;5339779

Technically LED's are cheaper to manufacture than LCD's. Manufacturers … Technically LED's are cheaper to manufacture than LCD's. Manufacturers are ripping us off with LED TV's... I think i would wait for a few years for the price to settle.


This LED TV is still LCD, it's just the lighting that is LED which is what make the unit so slimline.

I think i'm right in saying that thousands of LEDs that are all independantly controlled as opposed to the standard lamp units in regular LCD TVs are much more expensive to engineer and manufacture hence the price. At the end of the day we all know that new technology comes at an increased price, hell my first DVD player was about £500 and you can get them for £15 now. If you want to wait years for an LED TV then that is up to you but by then we will probably be on to the next generation of TV's and you can moan about those instead.

dontasciime;5339716

What let this TV down after seeing all the detail jump out was the way … What let this TV down after seeing all the detail jump out was the way the images moved. Not quite right ...trailing, well like when you watch a computer generated human in sci-fi movie when it goes berserk, like a hologram where they glitch for 1/1000th of a second .. not like ghosting on 8ms or higher but similar and not 24fps judder either.



That was probably down to the motion processing being turned up to max, usually see it in Currys/Dixons etc.

These TVs have been criticised for the fact they are edge lit LED sets, rather than local dimming, which means less uniformity in the brightness and contrast levels across the screen.

Plenty of discussion about it over on AVForums.com.

1*Man_Squadron;5340015

This LED TV is still LCD, it's just the lighting that is LED which is … This LED TV is still LCD, it's just the lighting that is LED which is what make the unit so slimline. I think i'm right in saying that thousands of LEDs that are all independantly controlled as opposed to the standard lamp units in regular LCD TVs are much more expensive to engineer and manufacture hence the price. At the end of the day we all know that new technology comes at an increased price, hell my first DVD player was about £500 and you can get them for £15 now. If you want to wait years for an LED TV then that is up to you but by then we will probably be on to the next generation of TV's and you can moan about those instead.



No there are not thousands of LED's, just a hundred or so that are aligned down the side of the screen. There is an argument that as such it is not possible to switch them off locally, as when they are located to the rear of the panel, and as such it is not possible to control deep blacks across the screen in the same way.

Mounting the LED's along the side requires less LED's so it is cheaper to manufacture and requires less power. It also allows for a slimer panel.

None of this actually provides a better picture on its own over the versions with rear mounted LED's, so do not assume that the side mounted versions are better than the previous rrange when then they used rear mounted LED's.
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