Samsung UE39F5000 39 Inch Full HD 1080p LED TV - £209 with 5 years guarantee @ Tesco Direct (on-line)
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Samsung UE39F5000 39 Inch Full HD 1080p LED TV - £209 with 5 years guarantee @ Tesco Direct (on-line)

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Found 23rd Dec 2014
Samsung UE39F5000 39 Inch Full HD 1080p LED TV - £209 with 5 years guarantee - Tesco Direct (on-line only).

Experience your favourite shows in breathtaking detail with the Samsung UE39F5000 E-LED TV. Rated A for energy efficiency, this 39" TV has a Full HD 1920x1080 resolution and a 2x 10W audio output. With Samsung's Wide Colour Enhancer Plus you can enjoy brilliant colours, even in bright areas of the screen. The system delivers a wider colour gamut and 4 times as many colour gradations, showing you true life-like colours.

Built-in Freeview gives you around 50 free-to-air digital channels and a selection of radio stations. An on-screen 7-day electronic programme guide makes it easy to plan your weekly viewing habits in advance, so you never miss a thing.

Great for connectivity, the Samsung UE39F5000 comes with 2 HDMI connections and a USB 2.0 port, which lets you play music and preview your photo files.

By purchasing this TV from Tesco you will automatically receive a free 5 year guarantee. We will send you an email confirming this in January 2015. If you encounter any issues with your TV before this you can contact Square Trade for help. Terms and Conditions apply. Offer ends 21/1/15.

184 Comments

ordered ^^ cheers mate! now I'm waiting for something around 50'

great find op, heat added

Blimey cheaper than the 32inch samsung I got from tesco kast week.

so doors l does it pivot 90 and 270 degrees? oh no wait

Bought this a couple of hours ago with 10% staff discount

is the freeview tuner built in,full hd!!!

Hot, just ordered one was after a 42 inch but not worth the extra 90 quid I was going to get one for

telboy69

is the freeview tuner built in,full hd!!!



It is Freeview HD, but all broadcast HD is HD-ready (720p).

Great price.

Fantastic price for those looking for a budget yet quality set. 5 year warranty just sweetens the deal!

I'm glad ive not been out for a pint tonight or ID be stuck wondering where I could put it. Great spot!

What's the difference between their F and H series?

What is E-LED? Better than LED?
Edited by: "MaximusRo" 24th Dec 2014

MaximusRo

What's the difference between their F and H series? What is E-LED? Better … What's the difference between their F and H series? What is E-LED? Better than LED?



Means it's powered by Electricity.

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MaximusRo

What's the difference between their F and H series? What is E-LED? Better … What's the difference between their F and H series? What is E-LED? Better than LED?



F is 2013 and H is 2014

Ordered. I also got one of the JVC 40" LEDs on a separate offer, anyone know how easy it is to return things to Currys?

babyboxer85

CommentF is 2013 and H is 2014

What about G?

Swinggcat

Ordered. I also got one of the JVC 40" LEDs on a separate offer, anyone … Ordered. I also got one of the JVC 40" LEDs on a separate offer, anyone know how easy it is to return things to Currys?

Curry's. Officially the worst customer services on the UK

ThunderBolt

I'm glad ive not been out for a pint tonight or ID be stuck wondering … I'm glad ive not been out for a pint tonight or ID be stuck wondering where I could put it. Great spot!



Bathroom? Garage? Shed? Loft? C'mon -have a few Christmas bevvies and you'll soon find another location where you can squeeze another TV into
Edited by: "ianidall" 24th Dec 2014

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Swinggcat

Ordered. I also got one of the JVC 40" LEDs on a separate offer, anyone … Ordered. I also got one of the JVC 40" LEDs on a separate offer, anyone know how easy it is to return things to Currys?



I ordered one of the Seiki 32" from Curry's and it came without the screws for the stand and instructions, I was on the phone for an hour to three people trying to explain. It's now going back to be replaced by this baby.

Bought this set from Tesco this time last year for £259 and have been very happy with it. My only regret at the time was not buying two of them.

At £209 with a 5 year guarantee, I would definitely say go for it. I couldn't resist buying my second one.

Just connect a Now TV box and you've got a smart tv.

Tempting...

has five years guarantee still on

bigharry

has five years guarantee still on



Yes. Until 21st of Jan.

Ordered - thanks (I think!)

Same price instore I got one two weeks ago using the £20 off voucher

Khairul

It is Freeview HD, but all broadcast HD is HD-ready (720p).



Most Freeview HD broadcasts in HD are 1080i50 (occasionally 1080p25). AFAIK 720p is not used in the UK for broadcast channels

Cheers, ordered one last night in a drunken state! Good purchase though I think!

Couldn't resist, thanks OP

want a 46" !!!!!

Amazing deal!

It's a bargain

Had my eye on a TV for the bedroom for a while and finally taken the plunge. 5 year warranty and brand sold it for me.

Hopefully it doesn't get betterd to much in the January sales! 2 hdmi is also limiting but I can live with it for the price

Ordered, shame the triple club card points for American Express customers couldn't be used (not valid for Tesco Direct). Didn't fancy waiting and risking it in store...

Stupid HUKD. I was only looking for a monitor for my computer, still at least I can use the wall bracket that I bought from here years ago too.

I bought this last year for £250, total bargain.

Can't convince the missus that we should have two of them unfortunately

Doesnt have an ethernet port, right?

Banned

Great find - bought! Thanks!

capricornianz

Doesnt have an ethernet port, right?


Tesco specs state Ethernet = N (for No)
It having NO 'Smart' capability there would be no reason for one - ie it's just a Freeview HD TV tuner with a 39" 1080p panel and 2 speakers with just 2 HDMI inputs (+SCART & component).
That's why people are talking about adding things like a £10 NowTV box to add catch-up TV facility (via one of those HDMI sockets) to its built in live TV tuner. I can personally recommend the NowTV box (assuming you have a WiFi Internet connection) just for its high quality BBC iPlayer - and for £13 you can probably pick up the box bundled with 2 months movies (try Argos/Currys + BoxingDay+ sales).

Edited by: "mk-donald" 24th Dec 2014

Does anyone use this as a gaming tv?
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