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Samsung 40" 4K, Ultra HD, Smart TV now £377.10 @ Argos

£377.10 @ Argos
Use code TV10 UE40KU6000 - montana78 Read More
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Use code TV10

UE40KU6000
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tawse57
Back up to £419.00
No - not if you use the code TV10 (as the OP suggested)
I'm not gonna order this (holding out for an OLED 104" for £99), but here's some heat OP...

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#1
cheaper on amazon
1 Like #2
mrrigby
cheaper on amazon

Where?
#3
mrrigby
cheaper on amazon
Looks to be £409.90 on Amazon isn't it?
#4
Link doesn't show price
1 Like #5
It's this one.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-40-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-smart-tv-now-399-save-200-6-year-warranty-richer-sounds-2527914

If you have a RicherSounds near you, why not pay the extra and get a 6 year warranty.
banned#6
Rarnik
It's this one.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-40-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-smart-tv-now-399-save-200-6-year-warranty-richer-sounds-2527914

If you have a RicherSounds near you, why not pay the extra and get a 6 year warranty.


must agree. buy warranty with everything!
#7
Back up to £419.00
#8
Good find
5 Likes #9
tawse57
Back up to £419.00
No - not if you use the code TV10 (as the OP suggested)
I'm not gonna order this (holding out for an OLED 104" for £99), but here's some heat OP...
1 Like #10
isn't 50" for £449.10 more value for money? im confused!
#11
Rarnik
It's this one.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-40-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-smart-tv-now-399-save-200-6-year-warranty-richer-sounds-2527914
If you have a RicherSounds near you, why not pay the extra and get a 6 year warranty.

great find! this is going to get hot specially for those who are after a 4K telly before the new COD come out ;)
1 Like #12
tawse57
Back up to £419.00


The description in the deal says to use code TV10 to get the reduced price.
1 Like #13
was interested in a PS Pro so took a look at the TV's in Currys. I'm unsure if 40" is really worth it for 4K. You compare it to a 50-55" and you can see the quality far easier from further away. If you absolutely want 4K then go ahead, but I was dead set on getting a PS Pro and a 4K tv but now I'm not after realizing realistically you need to be getting a gargantuan monster TV to get the most benefit.
#14
It says it's ultra HD. Is that the same thing as 4K?
#15
I think the code has expired any other codes?
#16
n0chex
I think the code has expired any other codes?

I just used the code without any problems.
#17
Any gaming reviews for this guys? Input lag etc ?
#18
Where does the promo code get entered?
#19
Yep same thing. UHD is the consumer name and 4K is what the industry calls it
#20
Just curious about viewing size/distances. I want a 4k TV for gaming, I will be sitting about 1.5/2m away, this wont be a living room TV so to speak.
Is 40" good enough. I currently use a 32" 1080p. But really want to see what all the fuss is with hdr and 4k upscaling

Edited By: coullgfx on Oct 18, 2016 11:00
3 Likes #21
Anything less than an 80" 4k screen and you'll just see green & white hoops all the time :{

coullgfx
Just curious about viewing size/distances. I want a 4k TV for gaming, I will be sitting about 1.5/2m away, this wont be a living room TV so to speak.
Is 40" good enough. I currently use a 32" 1080p. But really want to see what all the fuss is with hdr and 4k upscaling
#22
kizz83
It says it's ultra HD. Is that the same thing as 4K?

No, but when consumer TVs are marketed as 4K, they are actually incorrect and really mean Ultra HD.
#23
DrBones
tawse57
Back up to £419.00
No - not if you use the code TV10 (as the OP suggested)
I'm not gonna order this (holding out for an OLED 104" for £99), but here's some heat OP...

You're going to be waiting until at least summer before OLED are that cheap.
1 Like #24
coullgfx
Just curious about viewing size/distances. I want a 4k TV for gaming, I will be sitting about 1.5/2m away, this wont be a living room TV so to speak.
Is 40" good enough. I currently use a 32" 1080p. But really want to see what all the fuss is with hdr and 4k upscaling

This tv will give you no benefit from HDR it's got a 8 bit panel you will need to spend £200-£300 more to get a set with a 10 bit panel.
1 Like #25
coullgfx
Just curious about viewing size/distances. I want a 4k TV for gaming, I will be sitting about 1.5/2m away, this wont be a living room TV so to speak.
Is 40" good enough. I currently use a 32" 1080p. But really want to see what all the fuss is with hdr and 4k upscaling

I sit about the same distance and had the UE6400 for a week now, I think its brill, but I did go from a 2008 32" Samsung. It gets all green ticks on the Xbox One S 4K Test. My mates not long had the UE6000 and he gets the same results.

If you've already got a 1080p TV I would probably hold out for awhile. Proper Ultra HD 4K your looking atleast a grand atm.


Edited By: mode on Oct 18, 2016 14:15
#26
gazman090970
coullgfx
Just curious about viewing size/distances. I want a 4k TV for gaming, I will be sitting about 1.5/2m away, this wont be a living room TV so to speak.
Is 40" good enough. I currently use a 32" 1080p. But really want to see what all the fuss is with hdr and 4k upscaling
This tv will give you no benefit from HDR it's got a 8 bit panel you will need to spend £200-£300 more to get a set with a 10 bit panel.

I doubt anyone expects a 10 bit fully compliant panel for £377. I've seen this TV in action playing 2001 A Space Odyssey 1080p Blu Ray, looked excellent to me and the Tizen based OS was slick and fast, much better than having Android as the OS, which is possibly the worst choice for an OS for a TV unless you want the TV to keep breaking all the time.
1 Like #27
fishmaster
gazman090970
coullgfx
Just curious about viewing size/distances. I want a 4k TV for gaming, I will be sitting about 1.5/2m away, this wont be a living room TV so to speak.
Is 40" good enough. I currently use a 32" 1080p. But really want to see what all the fuss is with hdr and 4k upscaling
This tv will give you no benefit from HDR it's got a 8 bit panel you will need to spend £200-£300 more to get a set with a 10 bit panel.
I doubt anyone expects a 10 bit fully compliant panel for £377. I've seen this TV in action playing 2001 A Space Odyssey 1080p Blu Ray, looked excellent to me and the Tizen based OS was slick and fast, much better than having Android as the OS, which is possibly the worst choice for an OS for a TV unless you want the TV to keep breaking all the time.

The problem is many people just do not know they see hdr and automatically assume they are getting something that will greatly enhance the output quality especially now with the PS4,PS4 Pro and XBOX1's all HDR capable.As for this set in general i have it's forebearer and can say that the picture quality is excellent and indeed a decent all round TV.
#28
Samsung? Hope this one doesn't explode or catch fire....
#29
there is an UHD Phillips 43 inch for 359!
#30
dansis
there is an UHD Phillips 43 inch for 359!
As someone that has previously owned the Phillips tv you've just mentioned, I would strongly recommend paying the extra £18.10 for the slightly smaller Samsung. The image quality on the Samsung is significantly better.
#31
skinrush
dansis
there is an UHD Phillips 43 inch for 359!
As someone that has previously owned the Phillips tv you've just mentioned, I would strongly recommend paying the extra £18.10 for the slightly smaller Samsung. The image quality on the Samsung is significantly better.
Really? If not i was thinking also on the LG 49inch 49LF590V it's at 346
1 Like #32
no_Sunshine
Samsung? Hope this one doesn't explode or catch fire....

It's been quite a while since televisions had batteries in them, and definitely never any with a 40" panel that I remember, so for that reason I'm not expecting any fires/explosions from this TV without a battery as an ignition source. Unless you were mistaken and thought this was a Galaxy Note 40? However then I suspect you're a time traveler, if so one thing we've learnt is they still have bad jokes in the future.



Edited By: fishmaster on Oct 18, 2016 16:59
1 Like #33
dansis
skinrush
dansis
there is an UHD Phillips 43 inch for 359!
As someone that has previously owned the Phillips tv you've just mentioned, I would strongly recommend paying the extra £18.10 for the slightly smaller Samsung. The image quality on the Samsung is significantly better.
Really? If not i was thinking also on the LG 49inch 49LF590V it's at 346
I haven't seen that one in action, but it's certainly not UHD like the Samsung.
1 Like #34
fishmaster
no_Sunshine
Samsung? Hope this one doesn't explode or catch fire....
It's been quite a while since televisions had batteries in them, and definitely never any with a 40" panel that I remember, so for that reason I'm not expecting any fires/explosions from this TV without a battery as an ignition source. Unless you were mistaken and thought this was a Galaxy Note 40? However then I suspect you're a time traveler, if so one thing we've learnt is they still have bad jokes in the future.

No need to take it to heart... It was meant as a joke!
#35
I tried the code on the Philips 65" and it does not work , It works on the Samsung 40" strange....
#36
no_Sunshine
fishmaster
no_Sunshine
Samsung? Hope this one doesn't explode or catch fire....
It's been quite a while since televisions had batteries in them, and definitely never any with a 40" panel that I remember, so for that reason I'm not expecting any fires/explosions from this TV without a battery as an ignition source. Unless you were mistaken and thought this was a Galaxy Note 40? However then I suspect you're a time traveler, if so one thing we've learnt is they still have bad jokes in the future.
No need to take it to heart... It was meant as a joke!

It didn't bother me, your joke was out of context as there's no battery in this TV, would be equally unfunny on a Samsung fridge or washing machine thread too.
#37
Just to let you know that John Lewis won't price match. Think I'll try Richer Sounds tomorrow as I feel the extra warranty is imperative!
#38
I wish it was HDR10 :(
#39
njl30
Just to let you know that John Lewis won't price match. Think I'll try Richer Sounds tomorrow as I feel the extra warranty is imperative!


yeah trying the TV10 with them on another Tv and they said no because it isn't showing on the website, tried to find where it came from and not had any luck
#40
Good tv I got this recently .

Yes it will let you play the PS4 pro in 4K.

No it won't give you all the benefits of the PS4 pro, that requires a very expensive tv.

I have this tv and it's very good, stunning quality for uhd movies and the PC , ( fallout 4 in 4K ) , PS4 and Xbox one look great on it

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