If you have any of the coupons that do not exclude Home Theater items, those can be applied. I had a 10% off accessories coupon which basically covered tax and then received another $18 in FatCash. Overall, the TV will be ~$340 after the gift card and fat cash...
Overview Samsung 40-inch LED-backlit LCD TV - UN40EH5300 Series 5 1080p 120Hz Smart HDTV Take the entertainment to innovative HD heights with Series 5 40-inch UN40EH5300FXZA 1080p LED HDTV from Samsung. It features AllShare™ Play that allows you to stream content from other devices and enjoy it on the big screen. Watch your favorite movies while you browse the web or explore the Smart Hub and with Smart TV feature you can find more content you love by searching for shows, movies, and videos across vudu™, Hulu Plus™, YouTube™ and other digital content providers. Furthermore, with a wireless LAN built right into the TV, it is easier to browse the web right on the big screen. Besides, the Wide Color Enhancer Plus provides vibrant natural-looking images and it’s all in a sleek Ultra Slim Design. Moreover, the SRS TheaterSound HD™; a high-definition audio experience delivers surround sound multi-channel content, using built-in TV speakers to enhance both the depth and dimension of audio right through the TV. Packed with all these features and more, the Samsung UN40EH5300 LED HDTV brings pleasure to your home entertainment experience.
Promotional Gift Card Offer: Offer contingent upon purchase of eligible product; Promotional card not valid if eligible product is returned for a refund. If eligible product is returned for a refund after the card has been redeemed, the value of the redeemed card will be deducted from the refund amount. Promotional Gift Card ships separately from purchase and typically arrives in 10-20 days via email and carries a 90 day expiration (except where prohibited by law). Terms and conditions apply. See www.dell.com/giftcard/promoterms
Just ordered this last week on the same promo. Got burned on the Dell giftcard promo and stuck needing to clear it. Its scheduled for delivery today will post review when it arrives.
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posted: Jul. 16, 2013 @ 10:55a
How'd you get burned on the promo? Something I should watch for?
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posted: Jul. 16, 2013 @ 2:20p
This is not a true 120hz TV, its a 120 Hz Clear Motion Rate. Its a marketing gimmick that Samsung is doing.
A refresh rate is how many times per second the image can change on the screen. A higher refresh rate basically means that when the scene moves fast, you will see less motion blur.
The Clear Motion Rate metric was invented by Samsung (some says only for a marketing gimmick), to represent better the clarity of movement. The refresh rate alone isn't sufficient to represent the motion blur, so on top of it they added the image processor rate as well as the backlight speed. While it is true that the refresh rate alone isn't sufficient to qualify motion blur, Samsung is often misleading because it will sometimes only display the CMR instead of the real refresh rate of the panel. This makes it a lot more confusing when comparing TVs across brand, where you better compare the real refresh rate.
A 120Hz CMR is not equal to 120Hz of refresh rate. A 120Hz CMR will most probably have a 60Hz panel. Which means that if you compare a TV that has a 120Hz of real refresh rate vs a 120Hz CMR, the real 120Hz is most likely better.
Moviewatcher78 said: How'd you get burned on the promo? Something I should watch for?
Last one went OOS and lots of people got the buy $300 get $50 giftcard promo to make the purchase with. Got stuck with the GCs when the purchase wfell through.
BlackRob you're correct, but there are no 120hz sets in this price range, or even close to it unless you go plasma. We ditched the plasma in the bedroom for this, it generates way too much heat. The Samsung TVs by far have the best image display in the price class.
Edit: confirmed ours as TH01 panel, or Samsung S-PVA which is the preferred panel for this model. Great viewing angles, picture looks gorgeous after significant adjustment.
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