Samsung 55" Full HD 3D LED TV with Freeview HD £620 (or £580 with TCB) @ Groupon - HotUKDeals
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TopCashBack groupon exclusive of 6.3%. this is not guaranteed but with the TCB it comes to just £580 (delivered for free!)

Featuring a Quad-Core processor for enhanced performance and faster access to Smart features, the Samsung Model UE55H6200 is the gateway to a new TV experience. Smart Hub functionality allows true multitasking and quick access to frequent used content while the S Recommendation technology uses intelligent learning to recommend Live TV, VoD and apps. Smart View 2.0 app makes it easier to enjoy all your content, using your home network, you can stream live broadcast TV content to your smartphone or tablet and use your mobile device as a TV remote control; the built-in Wifi makes it easier to view Smart TV content.

Today’s Groupon offers the Samsung UE55H6200 55” Full HD 3D LED TV for £619.98.

The Specifics
Quad-core processor
Games Panel
Active Full HD 3D
Catch Up services
Freeview HD
Smart View 2.0
Picture-in-picture
Energy Rating: A+
55 inch screensize
Screen mirroring
1080p Full HD resolution
Web browser included
Three USB ports
Ethernet (LAN) port
RF In/Out
Composite and component inputs
Four HDMI ports
CI slot
Scart port
WiFi direct
Dimensions with stand: 1230.6 x 800 x 306.9mm
Dimensions without stand: 1230.6 x 718.4 x 64mm

up until the end of January 2015 Samsung are giving away a FREE multi room hub with different sets including this one. i expect this can be redeemed whoever it is bought from... link here
http://www.samsung.com/uk/pdf/multiroom/terms.pdf
- trizinger28
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#1
Why is this being voted as cold?
#2
If I had to hazard a guess, it would be because of the Very deal on boxing day which had the 55' 6400 for almost similar price. It might be worth holding off for something like that to come back.
#3
nice find op, heat added :)
#4
so whats the difference between the 6400 and 6200?
seems their basically the same.
#5
Take no notice OP. this is a brilliant deal... some people can never be pleased HOT from me
#6
simonbrowne
so whats the difference between the 6400 and 6200?
seems their basically the same.

6200 is 200Hz and 6400 is 400Hz.
6400 is one of the best TV's you can get.
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/ue40h6400-201405023756.htm
#7
simonbrowne
so whats the difference between the 6400 and 6200?
seems their basically the same.

most probably the same TV ... the different model number sometimes relates to the country the set was intended for
#8
You can buy it direct from the supplier of this groupon (ASK Direct) for £599 - cashback would make buying it from groupon better, but it is risky.
#9
smilejek
simonbrowne
so whats the difference between the 6400 and 6200?
seems their basically the same.

6200 is 200Hz and 6400 is 400Hz.
6400 is one of the best TV's you can get.
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/ue40h6400-201405023756.htm

Aah i stand corrected cheers
#10
looked a bit more and found this

"At first sight, the H6200 range may seem like a carbon copy of the H6400, but if you take a closer look you'll see a few subtle differences. Like the fact that the motion compensation is advertised as CMR 200 instead of CMR 400 (actual refresh rate of 100 Hz), or that the second remote control and 3D glasses aren't included in the box"

so it hasn't got the magic remote and comes with no glasses

Edited By: simonbrowne on Jan 02, 2015 22:22
#11
Checked on the ASK website and apparently up until the end of January 2015 Samsung are giving away a FREE multi room hub with different sets including this one. i expect this can be redeemed whoever it is bought from... link here
http://www.samsung.com/uk/pdf/multiroom/terms.pdf

Edited By: trizinger28 on Jan 02, 2015 22:28
#12
I've just bought the 55 inch 6500 model and the pic quality is mind blowing
#14
sb123
I've just bought the 55 inch 6500 model and the pic quality is mind blowing

get yourself the free hub too.... samsung link above.. ;)
#15
simonbrowne
looked a bit more and found this

"At first sight, the H6200 range may seem like a carbon copy of the H6400, but if you take a closer look you'll see a few subtle differences. Like the fact that the motion compensation is advertised as CMR 200 instead of CMR 400 (actual refresh rate of 100 Hz), or that the second remote control and 3D glasses aren't included in the box"

so it hasn't got the magic remote and comes with no glasses

Yeah they are both 100Hz sets - it's not until you get to CMR 700 that Samsung's go to 200Hz.

http://www.rtings.com/info/fake-refresh-rates-samsung-clear-motion-rate-vs-sony-motionflow-vs-lg-trumotion

Edited By: Superficial on Jan 02, 2015 22:47
#16
Anyone got any experience of the returns policy with Groupon? From their website:

If you return a defective, faulty or non-conforming product to us, the product will be inspected at our warehouse. If a defect or fault is found or the product does not match your order, we will be happy to provide a full refund, in accordance with applicable law. Products that have been misused or changed may not be eligible for returns.
Sounds like a pretty sweet deal, if it develops a fault you get a refund? No mentions of repairs there or specifics of the time period.


Edited By: riskyb on Jan 02, 2015 23:06: added details
#17
For me it is worth spending a little more for the magic remote and glasses if you can. The little touches for a little extra are worth it
#18
Docterror
If I had to hazard a guess, it would be because of the Very deal on boxing day which had the 55' 6400 for almost similar price. It might be worth holding off for something like that to come back.
How much out of interest? That's the TV I'm interested in but waiting for the price to drop.

Anyway, why the hell has this deal suddenly popped up, it's 5 days old!
#19
I am going to buy a 55h6400 next week, what's the lowest it has been?

JL is the one though, 5 year warranty.
#20
BTW, if wanted, you are talking £85 for the remote and glasses which would make this £705 with a 1 year warranty.

The 6400 can be had for £749 (with remotes and glasses) with a 5 year warranty.
#21
Anybody know if there's a cheaper version of this without the 3d I really don't care about it
#22
Damn...i have no need for 3D... but this is tempting me big time
#23
playaz
Damn...i have no need for 3D... but this is tempting me big time

igohard
Anybody know if there's a cheaper version of this without the 3d I really don't care about it

No one will force you to use the 3D!

think of it as an optional extra.

Edited By: haritori on Jan 03, 2015 02:23
#24
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sb123
I've just bought the 55 inch 6500 model and the pic quality is mind blowing


Imo the best tv on the market, but slightly more expensive than this one posted by the op ;)
#25
It's in the same range. I'm a which customer and they rated the 6500, 6400 and 6200 as Best Buys. Yes the 6500 is more expensive, but not hugely. I bought it for £749 about a month ago

Edited By: sb123 on Jan 03, 2015 07:34: Typo
#26
Keep seeing the 6200 appearing at good prices and just hoping the same happens with the 6400. Holding out on buying it from Richer Sounds for £749/5 yr guarantee. Shame I didn't get to curry's on black friday where they had it for £650 :-(
#27
"Samsung TVs are not the best out there for serious gaming. In "Movie" mode, the H6200 takes around 100 ms to display each frame, which means 6 frames' delay. In any kind of shooting game, that means your opponent will have the time to pop a cap in you before you even see it happen. You can drop that time down to 42 ms by using "Game" mode, but, even then, that's still not good enough for a hardcore gamer. If you still wish to use it, go into "System" in the menu, then "General". Also, unlike Sony and Panasonic, which offer game modes with faithful colours, Samsung's only works in "Standard", so the colours will be flashier than intended and have heavy blue overtones." Hold off if you're a gamer, best stick with Sony TV's...Which is such a shame, as other than the issues with gaming this TV is awesome! If you watch purely for TV/films, then I'd buy it right away!
#28
Backriver000
"Samsung TVs are not the best out there for serious gaming. In "Movie" mode, the H6200 takes around 100 ms to display each frame, which means 6 frames' delay. In any kind of shooting game, that means your opponent will have the time to pop a cap in you before you even see it happen. You can drop that time down to 42 ms by using "Game" mode, but, even then, that's still not good enough for a hardcore gamer. If you still wish to use it, go into "System" in the menu, then "General". Also, unlike Sony and Panasonic, which offer game modes with faithful colours, Samsung's only works in "Standard", so the colours will be flashier than intended and have heavy blue overtones." Hold off if you're a gamer, best stick with Sony TV's...Which is such a shame, as other than the issues with gaming this TV is awesome! If you watch purely for TV/films, then I'd buy it right away!

Yeah, I've also read that Sony are one of the best for gaming performance. Wonder if the 6500 is any better for gaming?

"As it was, the H64000 has a lag to controller input of 40.6 milliseconds, which will be a fraction high for demanding online competitive gamers but will be fine for the average single player title"
#29
chatlow
Backriver000
"Samsung TVs are not the best out there for serious gaming. In "Movie" mode, the H6200 takes around 100 ms to display each frame, which means 6 frames' delay. In any kind of shooting game, that means your opponent will have the time to pop a cap in you before you even see it happen. You can drop that time down to 42 ms by using "Game" mode, but, even then, that's still not good enough for a hardcore gamer. If you still wish to use it, go into "System" in the menu, then "General". Also, unlike Sony and Panasonic, which offer game modes with faithful colours, Samsung's only works in "Standard", so the colours will be flashier than intended and have heavy blue overtones." Hold off if you're a gamer, best stick with Sony TV's...Which is such a shame, as other than the issues with gaming this TV is awesome! If you watch purely for TV/films, then I'd buy it right away!
Yeah, I've also read that Sony are one of the best for gaming performance. Wonder if the 6500 is any better for gaming?
"As it was, the H64000 has a lag to controller input of 40.6 milliseconds, which will be a fraction high for demanding online competitive gamers but will be fine for the average single player title"

I'd stick with Sony personally. Had some samsung tv's before and they all had clouding and light bleeding.
#30
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sb123
It's in the same range. I'm a which customer and they rated the 6500, 6400 and 6200 as Best Buys. Yes the 6500 is more expensive, but not hugely. I bought it for £749 about a month ago


Sorry I was thinking of the 7500 :)
#31
Pixmania @599. Sorry voted cold and it is not SONY 55KDL829


Edited By: shariifi on Jan 03, 2015 12:51
#32
Just got one of these today after selling my old set on gumtree to help fund it. Went to Richer Sounds and showed them the 599 price at Ask and they made me an offer at 650 but with their 5 year warranty ... I think 12.50 a year for the 4 years on top of the standard warranty is a steal. Currently getting to grips with the TV and I'm well impressed so far. I replaced my ue46es6300 which was a good all-rounder, but now 3 years old so everything so far is comparible features wise, only much quicker and better presented. I think the TV is a steal.
#33
I'm not so sure about gaming being a problem on these sets. I have a 5-6 year old Samsund 46" LCD and gaming is fine on that?

Ordered a 55H6400 anyway, will be using a PS4 and Wii U on it. Will report back.
#35
Samsung appears to have given AU Optronics very precise instructions. The overall picture quality is practically identical to the UE48H6400, which we reviewed last July. The only difference, as usual, is that AU Optronics was able to make the black even deeper than Samsung. The H6200 has 0.03 cd/m² black, whereas the H6400's is just under 0.06 cd/m². You can't tell the difference in a brightly lit room, but with the lights out the H6200 is clearly the winner with a contrast ratio of 5240:1, compared to 3220:1 on the UE48H6400.

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