Samsung 50" KU6000 UHD 4K Smart TV, HDR, 3x HDMI, 2x USB, Freeview HD, Wi-Fi - £539.99 delivered @ eBuyer - HotUKDeals
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Samsung 50" KU6000 UHD 4K Smart TV, HDR, 3x HDMI, 2x USB, Freeview HD, Wi-Fi - £539.99 delivered @ eBuyer

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Thought this was a good price for a 50" 4K Samsung TV.... Samsung model code is UE50KU6000KXXU Resolution: 3840 × 2160 Screen Size: 50" Screen Size (cm): 125cm Motion Rate: 100 … Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Thought this was a good price for a 50" 4K Samsung TV....

Samsung model code is UE50KU6000KXXU

Resolution: 3840 × 2160

Screen Size: 50"

Screen Size (cm): 125cm



Motion Rate: 100

PQI (Picture Quality Index): 1300

HDR (High Dynamic Range): HDR

Dynamic Contrast Ratio: Mega Contrast

Micro Dimming: UHD Dimming

PurColour: Yes

Picture Engine: UHD Up-Scaling

Contrast Enhancer: Yes

Auto Motion plus: Yes

Film Mode: Yes
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#1
input lag?
1 Like #2
I paid £599 but got a soundbar worth £179.99 all for £699.98

It pains me to say that this deal is cheaper on groupon!

£519 & Free Del.

https://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/samsung-ue50ku6000-or-ue55ku6000-uhd-hdr-smart-led-tv
#4
Fredstock

It pains me to say that this deal is cheaper on groupon!
It pains me to read that :) Thanks for the heads up tho...
#5
8 bit colour panel at this price I assume?
#6
Interesting, is this 2015 model?
#7
adam0812
8 bit colour panel at this price I assume?
I think so yes. Samsung model code is UE50KU6000KXXU and most searches show '10-bit panel support - n/a', so guess its a 8-bit panel
#8
Klimgon99
Interesting, is this 2015 model?
Not sure exactly, reviews around the web seem fairly recent so it may even be 2016 model
3 Likes #9
Klimgon99
Interesting, is this 2015 model?

H = 2014
J = 2015
K = 2016

So 2016

http://www.samsung.com/uk/support/skp/faq/1052003

Edited By: mofman on Sep 28, 2016 14:47
#10
Cheaper at quite a number of places
#11
just moved house so this is perfect X)
#12
I got this TV a few months ago and paid slightly more. I'm happy with it. Now TV app should be coming later this year.

Edited By: funkymonkeyboy on Sep 28, 2016 17:00
5 Likes #13
shahidali47
input lag?

Yes, there will be some.

Please mark my comment as the solution to your question.
#14
adam0812
8 bit colour panel at this price I assume?

Yep, it's 8-bit.
1 Like #15
Decided to pay £590 from John Lewis; thought that their customer service and complimentary 5 year guarantee was more than worth the extra £50 it costs.

Although OOS now, it might be worth holding off until it comes back into stock, if you're like me and value it too.
2 Likes #16
£519 at groupon with £30 off first purchase.. plus topcashback=£489
Not sure why this is hot???
#17
Anybody know how this compares to the KU6400 49" Version. Why do they make the model numbers so complicated. I guess the 6400 is better as it is a higher (number wise) model? Does the 6400 have a 10bit panel? Thanks in advance
#18
Decharvinator
Anybody know how this compares to the KU6400 49" Version. Why do they make the model numbers so complicated. I guess the 6400 is better as it is a higher (number wise) model? Does the 6400 have a 10bit panel? Thanks in advance


Think the 6400 has Bluetooth and higher pqi, there's is probably other features but I got bored researching so think I'm going for the 6400, for £569. It'll be an improvement
on my 10 yr old 32" acer no matter what
#19
Anyone looking to buy from Groupon should note there is 5% Quidco cashback just started!
#20
if it was or under £500 but for 55" model then i would of got it in a heart beat. will buy 2 actually... but for now i will wait (waiting games begins now)
#21
Seems like there are a lot of good to deals at the moment! I'm holding on to my old chunky Toshiba 40 inch until I actually have devices/internet speed that will output at 4K...
#22
I have the 55 inch version of this and was told by Samsung tech they are not HDR. Can't understand why they can get away with it
#23
MJ10
Anyone looking to buy from Groupon should note there is 5% Quidco cashback just started!


Topcashback says 9.4% cashback ends in 3 days
1 Like #24
mark333
I have the 55 inch version of this and was told by Samsung tech they are not HDR. Can't understand why they can get away with it

what do you mean?
it says HDR in the title?
im confused lol
1 Like #25
Needs to be marked hdr ultra premium I think for true hdr support. For which I think you need a 10 bit panel.
#26
iz123456789
mark333
I have the 55 inch version of this and was told by Samsung tech they are not HDR. Can't understand why they can get away with it
what do you mean?
it says HDR in the title?
im confused lol

It does but it's the 7000 series that's full HDR. I was told premium tv . Also Argos website says it's a 10 bit panel and that's wrong also. Using this tv with Netflix HDR my tv is very blurry . Hope that helps
#27
afroylnt
Needs to be marked hdr ultra premium I think for true hdr support. For which I think you need a 10 bit panel.

This is what Samsung tech said to me .
#28
This or Hisense?
#29
all samsung tvs from 2015 got an update to provide HDR i can confirm this as my tv got the update and i can now use HDR
#30
keith0kane
all samsung tvs from 2015 got an update to provide HDR i can confirm this as my tv got the update and i can now use HDR

You mean it upscales to HDR
#31
Bought thanks :) although the reading the comments now in getting buyers remorse, 8bit instead of 10bit and upscaling to HDR? Have I bought a decent bit of kit or is this not as good as it should be?
#32
ItsRoo
Bought thanks :) although the reading the comments now in getting buyers remorse, 8bit instead of 10bit and upscaling to HDR? Have I bought a decent bit of kit or is this not as good as it should be?

To be honest, I doubt I personally will notice a difference; I am currently still using a 10 year old Samsung Plasma!
#33
Yeah 8 bit panels are not as good as 10 bit and TVs with them are not certified as ultra HD premium.
I doubt the average joe could even tell the difference. Also there is very little HDR content around

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