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Samsung UE40B8000 40" Full HD LED TV, with £200 cashback and 5% off voucher code + Quidco @ Dixons
Samsung UE40B8000 40" Full HD LED TV, with £200 cashback and 5% off voucher code + Quidco @ Dixons

Samsung UE40B8000 40" Full HD LED TV, with £200 cashback and 5% off voucher code + Quidco @ Dixons

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Additional features of the luxurious Samsung UE40B8000 40-inch Full HD LCD TV include integrated DVB-T and DVB-C Freeview and cable digital tuners, four HDMI connectors for superior connection to High Definition devices, and an Ethernet connection which can be utilised for Internet TV. Plus there are two USB ports - enabling you to easily connect digital devices, memory card readers, or USB flash memory sticks. The UE40B8000 will allow you to view JPEG photos, play MP3 music files or watch MPEG videos.

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14 Comments

Nice find..

Original Poster

before voting cold, can you also direct me to better price then this?

That is an expensive TV

Original Poster

its LED TV and the latest samsung series 8

I'd rather wait a month or 2 and get one with DVB T2 so I could view Freeview HD when fully launched.

Not a bad price for the unit.

But I would never dream of buying it, people who really know about AV
would get a Panasonic TX-P42V10B hell I would even have a Panasonic TX-P42G15B
over that sammy.

aye same LED LCD TV's are over rated ones to look forward to is OLED but right now G10/G15/V10 are better TV's

dsldude;7632668

Not a bad price for the unit.But I would never dream of buying it, people … Not a bad price for the unit.But I would never dream of buying it, people who really know about AVwould get a Panasonic TX-P42V10B hell I would even have a Panasonic TX-P42G15Bover that sammy.




Ditto.....

Hence voted cold

dsldude;7632668

But I would never dream of buying it, people who really know about AV … But I would never dream of buying it, people who really know about AV would get a Panasonic TX-P42V10B hell I would even have a Panasonic TX-P42G15B over that sammy.

You know, after seeing so many comments like this one on this site and many more (incl. AVForums) over the past few eeks, as I'm in the market, I thought I'd go over to a couple of Comets an Dixons at the weekend and see for myself.
Playing with the settings for a good hour, I couldn't get the Panny G10 to come anywhere close to the Samsung LED in terms of image quality (given the same feed over component).
The G10 image seemed very washed out, with poor refresh performance (lots of motion artefacts).
Could have been a duff one, mind, as I've heard and read from buyers who have returned theirs for that reason. The bad thing is, I'd gotten quite biased towards the Panny and I really wanted it to come up with the goods, but it just wouldn't deliver.
So, at the end of a weeekend where I'd decided I was going to make a decision and buy a TV...still undecided :oops:

I've just ordered a G10. My Father inlaw has one for about a year now and Im sure the image is getting better everytime i watch it!

On SD the image does look abit washed out, but on Freeview and Freesat it looks great.

My mates got the Sammy and we were watching the Arsenal game on Sky1 HD yesterday. Look great but for some reason I still preferred the G10 over it.
The sound from the such an expensive tv is terrible, He's got a BOSE 2.1 system hooked up now!

dsldude;7632668

Not a bad price for the unit.But I would never dream of buying it, people … Not a bad price for the unit.But I would never dream of buying it, people who really know about AVwould get a Panasonic TX-P42V10B hell I would even have a Panasonic TX-P42G15Bover that sammy.




Not really, people who "really know" about AV go for the Pioneer Kuro series. They blow away everything on the market, but at a price. But if AV is that important to you, price isn't an issue - you get what you pay for.

Pioneer no longer make plasma screens, Panasonic have bought the technolgoly off the
company, and even when they did a Kuro would of cost a good chunk more than the Panasonic.

L00b;7646029

You know, after seeing so many comments like this one on this site and … You know, after seeing so many comments like this one on this site and many more (incl. AVForums) over the past few eeks, as I'm in the market, I thought I'd go over to a couple of Comets an Dixons at the weekend and see for myself. Playing with the settings for a good hour, I couldn't get the Panny G10 to come anywhere close to the Samsung LED in terms of image quality (given the same feed over component). The G10 image seemed very washed out, with poor refresh performance (lots of motion artefacts). Could have been a duff one, mind, as I've heard and read from buyers who have returned theirs for that reason. The bad thing is, I'd gotten quite biased towards the Panny and I really wanted it to come up with the goods, but it just wouldn't deliver.So, at the end of a weeekend where I'd decided I was going to make a decision and buy a TV...still undecided :oops:



Plasma's never look great in store like Currys/Comet because of how bright the stores lights are. Compare the 2 sets at home and its a different story.

CaptainMAD;7655054

Not really, people who "really know" about AV go for the Pioneer Kuro … Not really, people who "really know" about AV go for the Pioneer Kuro series. They blow away everything on the market, but at a price. But if AV is that important to you, price isn't an issue - you get what you pay for.



People who "really know" about AV know that Kuro's were out of production 2 years ago lol.

L00b;7646029

You know, after seeing so many comments like this one on this site and … You know, after seeing so many comments like this one on this site and many more (incl. AVForums) over the past few eeks, as I'm in the market, I thought I'd go over to a couple of Comets an Dixons at the weekend and see for myself. Playing with the settings for a good hour, I couldn't get the Panny G10 to come anywhere close to the Samsung LED in terms of image quality (given the same feed over component). The G10 image seemed very washed out, with poor refresh performance (lots of motion artefacts). Could have been a duff one, mind, as I've heard and read from buyers who have returned theirs for that reason. The bad thing is, I'd gotten quite biased towards the Panny and I really wanted it to come up with the goods, but it just wouldn't deliver.So, at the end of a weeekend where I'd decided I was going to make a decision and buy a TV...still undecided :oops:



Have to ask as its got me puzzled, why did you do all those tests via analogue component inputs, did you try the same tests over HDMI?
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