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Samsung UE40KU6000 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 40" with Freeview HD, Playstation Now & Pure Colour £409.00 Delivered w/code @ rldistribution.co.uk

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Was keeping my eyes on this in the hopes the price would drop, similar to the 55" KU6400 set yesterday, and it has! Best price around as far as I can see. Use code SAVE26 to get discounted price
msmyth Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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No 3D support :(
Think I would rather have the 6 year guarantee. Maybe get a price match. http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/SAMS-UE40KU6000:)
Extra tuner
nice deal. anyone know what the difference between this and the ku6400?
Have some hot, it's not a great deal but quite competitive price, recently bought this one on ebay from buyitdirect after royality ebay voucher code -15% cost me £374.
I have Samsung UE55HU7500 which imho it's quite good TV, picture quality in comparison to UE40KU6000 not a massive difference, apart from the screen size.

Edited By: Rabbit72 on Sep 30, 2016 16:56
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Samsung UE55KU6400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freesat HD, Playstation Now & Active Crystal Colour £685.00 Delivered w/code @ rldistribution.co.uk

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Best price around that I can see for what is a feature packed TV! Good reviews across the net also... Use code SAVE50 to get at £685 High Dynamic Range (HDR): Brightness, enhanced shadows a…
msmyth Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago29 Comments
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Today John Lewis offer me price match for £735 including 5 years guarantee with this Samsung but delivery time next Friday I can't wait that long. Anyway this is a great TV with very good review.

How did you get on with your TV i got mine from John Lewis and within 2 hours of turning it on it looked like this.....

http://www.the1lettings.com/images/Faulty.png

Safe to say its going back. But tec support still haven't replied 24 hours on.
eslick
wardi69
jay1
wardi69
Can get it for £684.99 (+£4.99 delivery) on the co-op electrical site. It's listed as £774.99 but you get £40 off for being a member (costs £1 to join if you're not) then another £50 off with code VCCP50.
Plus another £17 back through topcashback if it pays, bringing it down to a grand total of ~£673 which is a bargain!
Co-op seem a lot more reputable than this company too, who have some shocking reviews on trust pilot..http://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Samsung-UE55KU6400-Silver-Black-55inch-4K-Ultra-HD-TV-with-UHD-Crystal-Colour/id-SAM-LED-UE55KU6400-B
And Coop Electrical Shop don't?
Wow, I take it back! I assumed being quite a well known brand, and having used them before with no issue that they'd have fairly decent reviews. I should've checked first, they've got a worse score than rlr!
Use either at your own risk... :p


Trust trust pilot or not just check John Lewis and then decide :)


Went with coop I'm the end. Had it delivered today and again, can't fault them. The driver even got us to unpack it to check that everything was ok before he left
wardi69
jay1
wardi69
Can get it for £684.99 (+£4.99 delivery) on the co-op electrical site. It's listed as £774.99 but you get £40 off for being a member (costs £1 to join if you're not) then another £50 off with code VCCP50.
Plus another £17 back through topcashback if it pays, bringing it down to a grand total of ~£673 which is a bargain!
Co-op seem a lot more reputable than this company too, who have some shocking reviews on trust pilot..http://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Samsung-UE55KU6400-Silver-Black-55inch-4K-Ultra-HD-TV-with-UHD-Crystal-Colour/id-SAM-LED-UE55KU6400-B
And Coop Electrical Shop don't?
Wow, I take it back! I assumed being quite a well known brand, and having used them before with no issue that they'd have fairly decent reviews. I should've checked first, they've got a worse score than rlr!
Use either at your own risk... :p


Trust trust pilot or not just check John Lewis and then decide :)
jay1
wardi69
Can get it for £684.99 (+£4.99 delivery) on the co-op electrical site. It's listed as £774.99 but you get £40 off for being a member (costs £1 to join if you're not) then another £50 off with code VCCP50.
Plus another £17 back through topcashback if it pays, bringing it down to a grand total of ~£673 which is a bargain!
Co-op seem a lot more reputable than this company too, who have some shocking reviews on trust pilot..http://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Samsung-UE55KU6400-Silver-Black-55inch-4K-Ultra-HD-TV-with-UHD-Crystal-Colour/id-SAM-LED-UE55KU6400-B
And Coop Electrical Shop don't?

Wow, I take it back! I assumed being quite a well known brand, and having used them before with no issue that they'd have fairly decent reviews. I should've checked first, they've got a worse score than rlr!

Use either at your own risk... :p
I have the 65" version of this - excellent TV all round for the money.

Note - I renamed HDMI 1 to PC to enable PC mode which I find gives a superior picture to normal "game mode" - I don't notice any difference in latency, some say PC mode is less, some game mode.

The BIG differerence for me is that I don't have to remember to go into sub menus to turn game mode off after I switch my consoles or media PC off and go back to freeview etc - the TV appears to realise what the input is and adjusts automatically and turns PC mode off..

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LG 98UB980V 98" 4K TV £18,999.00 delivered @ RLR Distribution

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Enlarge your viewing enjoyment with a 98 INCH GIGANTIC SCREEN and fill your entire line of vision with immersive action with the stunning LG 98UB980V ULTRA HD 4K TV. KEY FEATURES- 5.2CH 120W SLID…
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i'd always be a bit annoyed it never quite made it to 100".
matedodgy
Daves_mate
matedodgy
Ever heard of a projector. £350 job done.
​just dumb dumb dumb! That's like this post being about a brand new top of the range Tesla and you saying "ever heard of a Datsun".
If you took the time to think before trying to sound so clever you would see that it costs approx £5500 to get on the first step of the 4K projector ladder.
I stand by my original posting. The price tag of £19k is the only dumb bit here. Give it 2-5 years, everything will be 4K. Money is precious. People usually exchange a portion of their very life to amass some of it. If you have £19k, why not give some of the money to charity? My brand perception of LG is that it isn't top of the range. £19k is most definitely a top of the range price tag.
While I wholeheartedly agree with a lot of what you just said, i'm sorry but your original post was very basic and was comparing two products which are worlds apart as alternative choices to each other. One is a silly priced, niche, luxury item the other is a VERY bog standard, cheap as chips item that you can probably pickup from Tesco. A £350 (FullHD) projector should never be compared to a huge 4K screen (TV or Proj).
The best and smartest alternative to this (if you want 4K at this size) is a 4K projector which at £5500-8000 looks like somewhat of a good deal if you can afford it. This is what I would choose.
Everything will be cheaper in 2-5 years so that's neither here or there. This is about right now and what this kind of tech costs today. As far as what people consider reasonable to spend I feel is all relative. A person buying a £300,000 Bentley, a £30,000 watch, a £20,000 TV . There are plenty rich people who buy these things day in day out. Some of these lucky people will give generously to charity some won't give a toss. I have pretty expensive taste even though I'm an average joe, If I won the lotto I'd spend millions on cars and an easy £50-100K on building my own home theatre BUT I would 100% do my good bit for charity as I simply wouldn't be able to sleep at night.
Anyway, not meaning to argue, just putting my point across as it annoys the hell out of me when people post things that make no sense so had to call it out. Cheers.

Edited By: Daves_mate on Aug 25, 2016 23:57
kryjom
it should cost 1,899

I completely agree.
Daves_mate
matedodgy
Ever heard of a projector. £350 job done.
​just dumb dumb dumb! That's like this post being about a brand new top of the range Tesla and you saying "ever heard of a Datsun".
If you took the time to think before trying to sound so clever you would see that it costs approx £5500 to get on the first step of the 4K projector ladder.

I stand by my original posting. The price tag of £19k is the only dumb bit here. Give it 2-5 years, everything will be 4K. Money is precious. People usually exchange a portion of their very life to amass some of it. If you have £19k, why not give some of the money to charity? My brand perception of LG is that it isn't top of the range. £19k is most definitely a top of the range price tag.
it should cost 1,899
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LG FH4U2VDN1 9kg Washing Machine, 1400 Spin, A+++, White, Silver Rim, Wash,Linen, LG £429.00 rlrdistribution.co.uk

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Just took delivery of this washing machine, Very happy with the large capacity of 9kg and the turbo wash that completes a cycle in just over an hour. Cheapest price I could find online. As a bonus
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Got this from Currys this morning (...VCN4) with free delivery - £369. The ...VCN4 is for one in silver.
Possible £25 off with GET25 as well
AnonAnonAgain
*price. same thing. bought it last week

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Showing as collection only at that price, I would have carried it home at this price had I have known lol.
Bought this washing machine from Currys recently for £369.00 with 5 years parts & labour warranty and can highly recommend it....... Absoutely brilliant
*price. same thing. bought it last week
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LG 55EG910V - 55" 3D Curved OLED Smart TV - 1080p £1,179.00 rlrdistribution

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Cheapest price on this telly. Decided to go for this after missing the deal at currys. This comes with 1 year manufacturer warranty.
immadahmad Avatar6m, 14h agoFound 6 months, 14 hours ago4 Comments
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polly69
Today ive received my replacement for my month old 860v which had a burn mark appear at the top of the screen, glad i have a 5 year warranty, personally i wouldn't touch a TV now without a long warranty and most places are giving them even Currys are giving a 5 year and you've spent over a grand for a TV with only 12 months and after what ive seen of my new LG looks like you will need it.


U can always get cover from other places, my bank give me gadget cover and people like domestic and general do it for a few quid a month. If it's saving £100's it's probably cheaper anyway.
Today ive received my replacement for my month old 860v which had a burn mark appear at the top of the screen, glad i have a 5 year warranty, personally i wouldn't touch a TV now without a long warranty and most places are giving them even Currys are giving a 5 year and you've spent over a grand for a TV with only 12 months and after what ive seen of my new LG looks like you will need it.

Yes, all TV's should come with 5 year warrant as standard these days.
Today ive received my replacement for my month old 860v which had a burn mark appear at the top of the screen, glad i have a 5 year warranty, personally i wouldn't touch a TV now without a long warranty and most places are giving them even Currys are giving a 5 year and you've spent over a grand for a TV with only 12 months and after what ive seen of my new LG looks like you will need it.
Good deal if you are after only Full HD. If you want to use 3D on this, be warned that passive 3D only gives half resolution. That means, if you want Full HD 3D, you will need the more expensive EG 920.
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Samsung WW80J3483KW 8kg 1400rpm Washing Machine £309.00 @ RLR DISTRIBUTION

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Been looking at new washing machines and this seems to be cheaper than everywhere else (£399 at Argos), good price for an Ecobubble?
dean_brfc Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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Got a Samsung 1200spin 8kg ecobubble from very (with 20% off) for £300. 5 year warranty on all Samsung's. Very impressive so far. Heat for this.

Probably a better deal that...could you link me to the one you got please?


​http://www.very.co.uk/samsung-wf80f5e0w2w-8kg-load-1200-spin-washing-machine-with-ecobubbletrade-technology-white/1408787117.prd

remember 20% off for first time orders. Just open account, and add CPXM7 for the discount. You can pay in full with Debit or Credit card there and then.
Got a Samsung 1200spin 8kg ecobubble from very (with 20% off) for £300. 5 year warranty on all Samsung's. Very impressive so far. Heat for this.

Probably a better deal that...could you link me to the one you got please?
Got a Samsung 1200spin 8kg ecobubble from very (with 20% off) for £300. 5 year warranty on all Samsung's. Very impressive so far. Heat for this.
Unfortunately the 5 year warranty doesn't apply to this model.
Got a Samsung 1200spin 8kg ecobubble from very (with 20% off) for £300. 5 year warranty on all Samsung's. Very impressive so far. Heat for this.
"Ecobubble" is a meaningless marketing term applied to Samsung washing machines. I wouldn't worry about it.
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UE40J6300 SAMSUNG CURVED LED SMART TV £374.90 delivered @ RLR Distribution

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Never heard of the seller before. Looks a good deal if they are legit.
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I bought the 48" version of this TV about 3mths ago, for £400 from Tesco outlet.
mkara
Good price. But rather get the 5 or 6 year guarantee from JL or Richer Sounds respectively


​I didn't research it. Just popped on Google. unsure of other deals.
nokiafusion
Better paying a few hundred pound more for the 4K one.


​Definitely isn't
Better paying a few hundred pound more for the 4K one.
Good price. But rather get the 5 or 6 year guarantee from JL or Richer Sounds respectively
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UE48J6300 SAMSUNG CURVED LED BACKLIT LCD TV - £468.00 - RLR Distribution

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Seems a pretty good deal. Comes with 1 year warranty. Currys at £499 and John Lewis at £529. Great reviews for the TV too. RLR Distribution have a 7.5 rating on Trustpilot http://www.stuff.tv/…
Luke100 Avatar8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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nwhevyw8
Is this 4K?



Not at that price for a curved Samsung
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 No not 4k
Is this 4K?
This is an awesome tv, I can't fault it
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Sony Bravia KDL50W805 for £495.00 free del @ rlrdistribution.co.uk

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Android and 3D Sony TV for a good price. Not sure what rlrdistribution are like but for anyone who's used them before, feel free to rate their service to help others out. This might not be as co…
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anyone know of a price match on this that includes 5yr warranty??
any price match on this to

I think that deal was only for the silver models. They are selling the black model for £599.
ao.com will price match, but no 5 year warranty. John lewis will decline the price match, but still worth asking as you will get a 5 year warranty.
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Samsung UE55JU6800 LED 4K Ultra HD Nano Crystal Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD and Built-In Wi-Fi - £799.99 - RLR Distribution

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Hi Found this deal at decent price and cheaper than anywhere else. Description: Experiece the incredible view of the Samsung 55JU6800,a Smart Nano-Crystal TV which displays Samsung's widest ev…
IrfanFaruki Avatar10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago12 Comments
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poisondwarf
Smartguy1
The 50" panel is made by CHE MEi (Innolux)
Is that a good thing?

Possibly not if you was expecting a Samsung panel or a Sharp panel which are rumoured to be best in a Samsung. I think it's about time manufacturers should be forced to state on their tv's who the panel is made by as there are a lot of people out there who buy LG, Samsung and Sony thinking it's the manufacturer's own panel in the tv and a lot of the time it isn't especially on the lower price range. Some models have totally the manufacturer's panel, e.g the Samsung UE48H6400 was only a Samsung panel. The curved Samsung are their own. Not sure about others but I can check. My son has a UE40EH5000. It has a sharp panel in it and two other manufacturers of panel are listed. My living room LG has an AU Optronics VA panel in it when it was advertised as having an LG IPS panel. The panel lottery goes on and on.

Just going back to your original question a lot of the American forums criticise the use of this panel. I have an IPS Che Mei panel in one of our LG's. It's fine. A bit blocky on fast moving but that's probably more to do with the processing than the panel. The picture is bright and sharp.

Edited By: Smartguy1 on Jan 31, 2016 23:14
Smartguy1
The 50" panel is made by CHE MEi (Innolux)

Is that a good thing?
The 50" panel is made by CHE MEi (Innolux)
matengawhat
pnaylor39
[quote=matengawhat] If you are thinking of buying this set buy from John Lewis as there are a lot of faulty panels out there!
there are other retailers than John Lewis. If you're referring to their 5 year Free Guarantee. That's just a Marketing stunt. Given if unit is faulty you're protected under consumer UK law anyway up 6 years ( sale or goods act purchases prior to 1/10/2016 and new consumer rights act for purchases after 1/10/16)[/quote
I wasn't I was referring to their no quibble replacement if I'm honest, Most large tvs suffer from issues, a lot of companies are reluctant/make it very difficult to swap tvs that suffer from back light bleed, DSE etc as is an issue with technology more than anything.
Also the 6 year thing is still hard to argue as is still open to interpretation, also if faulty John Lewis will refund the full price up to 5 years, most companies would negotiate usage/age reductions etc
Did you also read the t&cs for this business, really poor!


Marketing stunt or not John Lewis and Richer Sounds are giving you what your rights deserve with being open about warranty and that is repair or compensation up to 6 years. It is such a shame that CURRYS and other retailers cannot do the same. By JL and RS offering you a warranty whether this is their own or by the laws of this country they are making the process of a claim so much easier, hence increasing their sales no doubt.

My son had a recent issue with Currys on a tv that was just under three years old and because he has a law degree he wrote his email of 'complaint' to Currys stating the correct wording of our consumer and limitations acts which were applicable at the time. He got his tv repaired for free. When Currys rang him they were very careful in what they said.

A colleague at work only last week rang Currys about his two and a half year old LG that had yellow vertical lines on the screen which points to a panel fault. Currys told him that as he didn't take their own warranty out at the point of sale or within 12 months after purchasing same he had no claim with them. So are Currys committing an illegal act by stating this in the hope that the customer goes away and buys another tv, probably from them. When our government thought it necessary to introduce these laws they could have forced retailers to ensure that customers were well aware of what their rights were should anything happen after the 12 months manufacturers warranty.

Not forgetting also that Currys appear to be 'oblivious' of not only our UK laws but also EU law which gives 2 years warranty on electrical products. Last time I checked we were still a member of the EU and it's nice to see that some manufacturers play ball with this by stating 2 years on the warranty information.

I can provide detailing of the correct wording to send to Currys, Argos or any other high street retailer to ensure what you state is correct. It is quite simple. You tell them the issue and state you wish to make a claim under our Consumer Act and Limitation Act they cannot fob you off as to do so will be illegal.

What Currys will do is state they will collect the tv for £95.00. If they find it to be a manufacture fault they will either repair it, replace it (depending on the age, value etc) or give you some compensation agains another tv. Don't expect for them to give you a new tv when yours fails at 5 years old. It doesn't quite work like that. The main thing is they have to do something about it. Most people don't bother. I gave my colleague at work the correct wording for him to email Currys but he didn't really want to part with the £95.00 and was looking at purchasing another instead. This is what Currys want you to do. They hope you don't want the hassle and to part with good money after bad. This is not the case. The £95.00 covers them in case someone has tampered with the tv, spilt something on it, altered the calibration setting etc etc.

Make your claim. The more people who claim using our laws the bigger message will go back to the manufacturers stating that the uk will not accept cheap parts anymore and if that puts the price up by 20 or 30 quid wouldn't you rather have that and a tv which will last 7, 8, 9 or 10 years compared to one that needs replacing in 3 years time.




Edited By: Smartguy1 on Jan 31, 2016 17:41: added a word or two
pnaylor39
[quote=matengawhat] If you are thinking of buying this set buy from John Lewis as there are a lot of faulty panels out there!
there are other retailers than John Lewis. If you're referring to their 5 year Free Guarantee. That's just a Marketing stunt. Given if unit is faulty you're protected under consumer UK law anyway up 6 years ( sale or goods act purchases prior to 1/10/2016 and new consumer rights act for purchases after 1/10/16)[/quote

I wasn't I was referring to their no quibble replacement if I'm honest, Most large tvs suffer from issues, a lot of companies are reluctant/make it very difficult to swap tvs that suffer from back light bleed, DSE etc as is an issue with technology more than anything.

Also the 6 year thing is still hard to argue as is still open to interpretation, also if faulty John Lewis will refund the full price up to 5 years, most companies would negotiate usage/age reductions etc

Did you also read the t&cs for this business, really poor!




Edited By: matengawhat on Jan 31, 2016 08:25: Update
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LTDN50K680 Hisense 4k Ultra HD @ rlrdistribution £499.00

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2D->3D Conversion YES 3D Technology ACTIVE 3D Glasses 2 Pairs Resolution 3840x2160 Colour Black Digital Tuner Yes HDMI Ports 4 Input Connections 1 LCD/LED Display Technology LED On /…
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does amazon video app work on hisense smart tv?
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MBeeching
I don't think the Hisense 680 series has HDMI 2.0 or HDCP 2.2.
HEVC is also missing so this could be a very bad purchase.
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Correct this one has not got those features:
"no HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2 and HEVC"
sweetpea10
We bought a 65 inch last year and its been great. Lovely picture.
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If you have not already come and join us in the HS65 owners club ;-)http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/hisense-65-curved-4k-tv-owner-s-club-2361612
Thank you very much, there isnt an initiation is there (_;)
008
MBeeching
I don't think the Hisense 680 series has HDMI 2.0 or HDCP 2.2.
HEVC is also missing so this could be a very bad purchase.
>>>>>
Correct this one has not got those features:
"no HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2 and HEVC"
sweetpea10
We bought a 65 inch last year and its been great. Lovely picture.
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If you have not already come and join us in the HS65 owners club ;-)http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/hisense-65-curved-4k-tv-owner-s-club-2361612

I m keeping my eyes open for it to drop to around the £1000.00 mark again.
By the look of it you guys have got yourselves a bargain
MBeeching
I don't think the Hisense 680 series has HDMI 2.0 or HDCP 2.2.
HEVC is also missing so this could be a very bad purchase.

>>>>>
Correct this one has not got those features:
"no HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2 and HEVC"

sweetpea10
We bought a 65 inch last year and its been great. Lovely picture.

>>>>>
If you have not already come and join us in the HS65 owners club ;-)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/hisense-65-curved-4k-tv-owner-s-club-2361612
I don't think the Hisense 680 series has HDMI 2.0 or HDCP 2.2.
HEVC is also missing so this could be a very bad purchase.
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HISENSE 50K680 - TV LED, Ultra HD, DVB-T/-C, 400 Hz £489.00 at RLR Distribution

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Is this tv any good? This is my first post. Enjoy an incredible viewing , superior clarity, bright colors and the illusion that the objects off the screen to invite you to participate in history wi…
danielgracegeorge Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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I recently bought this Hisense
http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/hisense/ltdn58k700xwtse/hise-ltdn58k700xwtse?utm_source=emailmarketing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20151224__sale__actives&utm_content=2015-12-24_0838
It has amazing picture and for a flat TV really good sound. I was a bit dubious at first but boy am I glad I decided on it!
Technical specifications on product page says 3D and specs included
mickrick
Neither the title or (Pigeon English) details mention 3D. Why would glasses be included?

I bought the Richer Sounds 58" 4K active 3D set a couple of weeks ago and I have to say, it is fantastic value for money. To get the best from these screens you have to be prepared to tweak the picture a lot. But when you eventually get it just as you want it (and you will) it will all be worth it. The speaker system on these tv's is also extremely good. The drivers are pretty large, 3 x 3" rear facing per side. It also gives the impression of a decent bottom end as well. But as I'm going through a home cinema system, I won't be using them.


​what's the model number and how much was it? thx
Neither the title or (Pigeon English) details mention 3D. Why would glasses be included?

I bought the Richer Sounds 58" 4K active 3D set a couple of weeks ago and I have to say, it is fantastic value for money. To get the best from these screens you have to be prepared to tweak the picture a lot. But when you eventually get it just as you want it (and you will) it will all be worth it. The speaker system on these tv's is also extremely good. The drivers are pretty large, 3 x 3" rear facing per side. It also gives the impression of a decent bottom end as well. But as I'm going through a home cinema system, I won't be using them.
mrew42
danielgracegeorge
but is 3d and glasses included
Is that a question?
Yeh I think Socrates asked it 3000 years ago.
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Samsung UE78JS9500 Curved 4K SUHD 3D Smart TV, 78" with Freeview HD/ freesat HD, Built-in Wi-Fi and Integrated Skype Camera £6,795.00 @ rlr distribution

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£1,200 cheaper than Curry's. Redefines your viewing experience witth Samsung UE78JS9500 Curved 4K SUHD 3D Smart TV . Delivering enhanced picture quality with revolutionary Nano-crystal technolog…
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Think this is aimed at overpaid footballers.
scrotesmd
people with this kinda cash to spend on TVs don't use hukd
I am on chronic benefits and the authorities do not care at all to provide us with the latest large 4k screens, unfair
Fantastic budget portable! And just the right size for the loo!
Makes my 50" Pany look like a portable!!!
Just had one of these fitted as a spare tv for those moments when I'm on throne,
pretending to be a fighter pilot dropping bombs into the ocean... :D
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LG 55UF770V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £679.00 @ rlrdistribution

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Go bigger. Upgrade to a 55” TV and enjoy a film night like no other. This model is 4K Ultra HD, so you’ll be getting amazing picture quality with stunning clarity and vivid colours. To give you an id…
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HotBot
Even if this was the 55UF770V the 55UF850V is worth the extra due to the faster processor and better build.
And then the 860v is worth the extra £80 for colour prime engine.
Probably not as those who have compared say there is no perceivable difference.

There are no professional reviews on the 860v. It is those who justify the purchase of the 850v. Everyone I have seen who looks at both models in store states the 860 has a wow factor in comparison. The 850 is a really nice TV but on the 860 the colours just look more natural. If you can't see the difference that's great on the wallet :)

Also, although not specified, the 860 is HDR compatible.




Edited By: Smelly_Pickle on Dec 28, 2015 14:54: Typo
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Even if this was the 55UF770V the 55UF850V is worth the extra due to the faster processor and better build.
And then the 860v is worth the extra £80 for colour prime engine.
Probably not as those who have compared say there is no perceivable difference.
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Even if this was the 55UF770V the 55UF850V is worth the extra due to the faster processor and better build.

And then the 860v is worth the extra £80 for colourprime engine.
Even if this was the 55UF770V the 55UF850V is worth the extra due to the faster processor and better build.
Yeah.....not the far superior 770v unfortunately.

Thought it was too good to be true.
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Since found it on Amazon for £479 (though temporarily out of stock)
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00VGH6FO6/ref=twister_B011CMEWM6?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
along the right hand side/other sellers


for me it says they are selling it for £537 :|
Since found it on Amazon for £479 (though temporarily out of stock)
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00VGH6FO6/ref=twister_B011CMEWM6?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
along the right hand side/other sellers
parkersblock
tanked
Can anyone explain why this is cold? (though I've never seen this website before)
Its £539 in RIcher Sounds and Currys. £549 in Argos

Probably because this is a 1080p set and there are sets available of equal quality for cheaper? I'd say it's more likely down to it not being 4K knowing what the punters on here are like..

adedamilola1
Why is a curved TV better than a straight one?

It's a matter of preference. Most people don't want curved screens as TV manufacturers have found out.



​But the reason why it's price is high is because it's curved. It's probably the cheapest curved tv around.
tanked
Can anyone explain why this is cold? (though I've never seen this website before)
Its £539 in RIcher Sounds and Currys. £549 in Argos

Probably because this is a 1080p set and there are sets available of equal quality for cheaper? I'd say it's more likely down to it not being 4K knowing what the punters on here are like..

adedamilola1
Why is a curved TV better than a straight one?

It's a matter of preference. Most people don't want curved screens as TV manufacturers have found out.


Edited By: parkersblock on Dec 28, 2015 17:53
flickflack
​Company reviews by who? I've been reading reviews and they say this is the best option for a curved TV on a budget.
The reviews of the company suppling, not the tv
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​Oh sorry I thought u meant companies reviewed it bad. They look pretty decent to me, I still can't believe it's going this cold.
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Samsung UE55JU6800 LED 4K Ultra HD Nano Crystal Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD and Built-In Wi-Fi £999 in Curry's. It has been this price before this is the cheapest I can currently find it.
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Unable to price match in John Lewis...

Therefore, on this occasion I regret that I cannot match the price offered by rlrdistribution.co.uk as they are an online only retailer and do not have a high street presence. If you would like to view more information about Never Knowingly Undersold and our pricing you can do so on our website.

I am sorry I have not been able to reduce the price on this occasion.
Unable to price match in John Lewis...

Therefore, on this occasion I regret that I cannot match the price offered by rlrdistribution.co.uk as they are an online only retailer and do not have a high street presence. If you would like to view more information about Never Knowingly Undersold and our pricing you can do so on our website.

I am sorry I have not been able to reduce the price on this occasion.
I believe I read something about the 55" model has a different panel to the others which isnt as good. A bit of a lottery these days with TV's.
only one year warranty?
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Has anyone bought from rlrdistribution before? Can they be trusted?

Dont seem very reliable

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.rlrdistributionltd.co.uk
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Even if it's real, which it probably is, it's just a rebranded Fossil watch that you find in H Samuel for £100, and other places for less. It's a big heap of junk inside with two little words on the front which put about £200 on the RRP. Just buy the Fossil and spend the money you save on tequila. You won't be able to remember which one you bought by the time your done. Or buy a nice watch. Actually, no, go for the tequila.
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and fulfilled by amazon, seller feedback mentions nothing about fakes
Thanks, Ill treat myself to one of them ;-)
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Sky 4k comes out early next year! Hence theres gonna be some real bargains on non 4k sets
mickmurdoch
So boys n girls whats best full hd tv at 48" - 50". And whats a very good 4k set that handles sd, hd well


​i bought the Samsung ue48ju6500 doesn't have HDR but I'm not worried as we don't even have much 4k yet very impressed with the stuff that's on offer though thinks its the best you can get for under £1000
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I'm so confused with TV's on here, was holding out for a good deal on a ULTRA HD set, then you read people saying there's no real point too it, having viewed them in Currys the picture was clearly better than normal HD, any help would be appreciated as this looks like a good TV.


​Here's an easy to follow explanation on 4K tv. When you were in Currys you saw the TV looking bright and more colourful than the rest. That was a 4K demo. The reality is there isn't much 4K content available, even with Amazon Instant Video and Netflix there is generally 18 different programmes in UH 4K. Soyou end up with a 4K tv that only does what a regular HDTV would have done just you paid more. Unless you do 4K gaming via pc. So there you have it.
So boys n girls whats best full hd tv at 48" - 50". And whats a very good 4k set that handles sd, hd well
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AVANTIME
I'm so confused with TV's on here, was holding out for a good deal on a ULTRA HD set, then you read people saying there's no real point too it, having viewed them in Currys the picture was clearly better than normal HD, any help would be appreciated as this looks like a good TV.

It was clearly better in Currys because they would be feeding it with a 4K signal.

If you currently have an HD TV have you ever flicked between an HD channel and the same programme in a non-HD channel? Skysports and Skysports HD for instance? The difference is obvious isn't it. Thats because your TV can't magically improve the quality of the non-HD picture. It upscales the picture, (think of it as zooming in but its not really), but all the detail that is missing can't be put back by the TV.
Theres an even bigger jump when you move up to 4k. At the moment there are very few options to get a 4k signal, I believe some Netflix films are in 4k but not many. So really what's the point? You might as well wait until there is something to play on your 4k TV that will do it justice.


To be fair, sky's SD and freeview SD are massively different. Sky make SD look worse to get people to buy HD. How do I know? I work for them!
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Got a dispatch confirmation already
I paid £799 with 5 year warranty. It's a brilliant TV
Great deal, bought one a few weeks back, for a bit more, off Amazon, stunning TV for the money :D
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Shame Johnlewis refused to price match :-(
I have been trying to get JL to pricematch so many different retailers for this TV - just gave up & ordered with 1 yr warranty instead.
Shame Johnlewis refused to price match :-(
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No point in looking at 4k sets for another few years.
indeed - HD is still considered a 'special alternative' by both broadcasters and networks, I've had my 1080P Sony since 2008 and still waiting for HD to be the default. Picture technology has got way ahead of people's needs, for the most part SD does the job more than well enough.
SD does not do the job more than well enough...
Don't talk rubbish

well I actually said "for the most part"
what I said is based on facts
(a) The fact that people in general watch an awful lot of dramas, soaps, news, documentaries, comedies, entertainment, and SD is absoutely fine for this; people engage with the content not the PQ.
(b) The fact that SD channels are still prevalent after 8+ years of HD being 'mainstream'. HD is still considered a special case; Virgin Media require a specific STB for it. A lot of channels aren't available on HD.

Please don't tell me I'm talking rubbish just because you disagree. At least have the decency to qualify your point of view with some reasoning
Loving the twitter comments across the bottom on this set. And waiting for Netflix 6 months free from virgin media for 4 k ... My only downer is that I cannot seem to connect the Bluray player to TV through my Sony speaker stand (do they still sell these?) and play 3D content. To play 3D it' seems I have to go straight from Bluray to TV with HDMI, which is a shame as I love my sony speaker stand..ANY IDEAS?

also, has anyone managed to setup the Sony remote to control virgin TiVo???
i love Sony TV's, but these models do not get me wet

not sexy
Don't think 5k is a thing is it thought it went up in multiples of 2 infact remember reading somewhere whilst doing some research on 4k sets that some of the football world cup last year was videoed in 8k
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Wudnt pay this much for a tv in this age unless it's oled, that is the future.


Get yourself to Asda on Black Friday, you get what you pay for. Anything below about £900 is not very good at all and if you watch tv as much as I do it's worth every penny for a quality picture. Hd on this price range is unbelievably good compared to sub £800 ones. Samsung 8 series are what I have had the last 2 tv's. If you can get last years one usually about £1000 get 1.

Anything sub £900 is not very good? Complete nonsense.

Samsung 6400 series and Sony W829 are both well below £900 and are the TVs that constantly win best buy.
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