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Found 15th Aug 2009Made hot 17th Aug 2009
One reader of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision and whathifi.com is going to be extremely happy come the 19th August. We have an absolutely stunning prize to give away this month, courtesy of Samsung: a complete wireless home-cinema system along with movies to watch on it and even a P3 multimedia portable for when you manage to tear yourself away.

Top of the list of goodies is Samsung's UE55B7000 TV. We said of its five-star 40in sibling: "Pictures are clean and stable, with smooth motion, full colours and impressive black levels, whether watching Freeview, Blu-ray or DVD content. It's a TV that's as competent as it is attractive."

To sit beside this stunning 55in TV is Samsung's stylish 5.1 Blu-ray home cinema system, the HT-BD1255, with Full HD playback and upscaling, and an iPod cradle included. TV and system are connected by Samsung's wireless dongle and receiver.

And to round off the package, there's a 15-disc Blu-ray collection from Warner, including The Goonies, True Romance and LA Confidential, and Samsung's P3 multimedia portable.

Question: Which country is Samsung's home?

Answer: South Korea

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Sorry folks, I made a mess of the link. That will teach me check things once I have posted them.
It should work now.

the link still seems to be broken?

Entered thanks peter3110:-D

Thanks, good luck everyone.

Thanks, entered. H&R added.

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The link still does not work for me on Internet Explorer
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