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Samsung 65KS8000 for just £1,999.00 @ John Lewis deal is for 24 hours only

£1999.00 @ John Lewis
Quite possibly the best TV on the market right now.It has everything,the latest technology, the picture has to be seen to be believed .Be blown away by the brilliant brightness of Samsung’s Quantum Do…
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Quite possibly the best TV on the market right now.It has everything,the latest technology, the picture has to be seen to be believed .Be blown away by the brilliant brightness of Samsung’s Quantum Dot display. Boasting top-shelf HDR, crystal-clear 4K and crisp moth-eye technology, this set’s explosion of colour will change the way you look at your media. Coming with a revamped Smart platform, you’ll enjoy console-less gaming on Playstation Now, control your home through SmartThings and access all the apps you’ll ever need. Finished with a glorious bezel-less design, the KS8000 is a triumph of audio-visual entertainment.

Eye-Popping HDR 1,000

Forays into colour-boosting High Dynamic Range (HDR) have begun, and Samsung are one of the forerunners. As members of the newly-founded UHD Alliance, they've delivered top-of-the-range HDR with a staggering 10-bit colour depth. This means that there are over a billion individual colours to deepen your view and show shades you’ve never seen in home entertainment before. Samsung's HDR 1000, indicating 1000 nits of shimmering brightness, gives a glorious glow that will knock your socks off. Usually, studios are forced to dilute the colour of their shows and films to fit on our TVs. Now, HDR screens like the KS8000 can channel content from studio-to-living room with the same precision and utterly otherworldly hues.

Razor Sharp 4K

To respond to screens getting bigger, brands have packed their screens with more pixels. This 65-inch screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail. Experience this high-spec picture across a range of broadcasts, movies, sports and more thanks to 4K upscaling. As it converts lower resolution content to near-4K quality, anything you watch on the big screen will be truly extraordinary.
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#1
£200 saving
#2
JellybearXo
£200 saving
£200 saving Thats correct, just over 10% saving .I have bought one.This really is an awesome TV ,read a few reviews on line if unsure,this Is as good as Tvs get.

Edited By: davidcleach on Sep 30, 2016 01:09: more accurate
#3
I would have thought the ks9000 is better obviously more £££
Not doubting its a good tv ;-)
#4
JellybearXo
I would have thought the ks9000 is better obviously more £££
Not doubting its a good tv ;-)
The only real difference is the curved screen,and local dimming. (KS9000 has the curved screen)The KS8000 is the better value television.In reality they are both the same technology..
#5
davidcleach
JellybearXo
I would have thought the ks9000 is better obviously more £££
Not doubting its a good tv ;-)
The only real difference is the curved screen,and local dimming. (KS9000 has the curved screen)The KS8000 is the better value television.In reality they are both the same technology..
Your absolutely correct, the only difference is the curved screen. I've participated in some research one on this and highly recommend it. Its a great price ( heat certainly given) but if you want it you can't get it at that price, I think Curry's / PC World have it for £2100.
#6
what's different between ks7000 and ks8000?
#7
derbree
what's different between ks7000 and ks8000?


​the ks7000 isn't put together properly stay well clear of it haha
#8
derbree
what's different between ks7000 and ks8000?

1000
#9
#10
but ks9000 better at John Lewis £2199

Edited By: junk15 on Sep 30, 2016 04:34: correct
1 Like #11
No deal, not 75 inch :p
#12
Looked at this TV last week and it looked fantastic but for £1999 it just wasn't big enough as wanted a 75inch
Went for the hisence 75m900 instead for a extra £250
So glad I did the picture quality is outstanding
And for the price it's was a steal
#13
nbgrobbo
derbree
what's different between ks7000 and ks8000?

1000


​there's always one fud eh
1 Like #14
derbree
what's different between ks7000 and ks8000?


​The 8000 has 60W 4.1 speakers vs 40W 2.1. It also has supreme UHD dimming and supreme motion. There have been issues with the back coming away from the unit; get good warranty (6 years richer sounds or 5 years Currys).

This is the same price as the 7000 for this size, though.

I'm waiting for a price drop on the 7000 49, personally. Currently 1099.

Edited By: Gazza2907 on Sep 30, 2016 09:53: Misinformation
1 Like #15
Been looking at this set, thanks for posting.
#16
prynolfc
derbree
what's different between ks7000 and ks8000?


​the ks7000 isn't put together properly stay well clear of it haha


​have to agree I'm on my third now. This one seems to be OK so far but it's a pot luck if you get a good one which is a shame as the picture is stunning....
#17
Great tv for the money, fantastic sound for a tv, tizen is very good nearly up there with web os, hdr+ works well no banding on the football the smart remote is good too I still think this will be £1700 or less Black Friday
#18
i wanted to check the alternatives before jumping and ....I've heard LG has both hdr10 and dolby vision hdr which is supposed to be superior...be good to see a straight comparison. I couldn't find both in my local curry's to compare.

Edited By: deepu25 on Sep 30, 2016 13:06: spell
1 Like #19
deepu25
i wanted to check the alternatives before jumping and ....I've heard LG has both hdr10 and dolby vision hdr which is supposed to be superior...be good to see a straight comparison. I couldn't find both in my local curry's to compare.
I was initially undecided between a Samsung, and the LG. This is why I decided to go view all the models in person, before making any purchase. It was a terrible mistake I made last time, just buying a television off the internet, having not seen it in action.

As it happens in my local Currys, they had the Samsung 65KS8000 on show right next to an LG 65950V.I am not going to lie, I was quite impressed by the set, I noticed it looked a little bit bigger than the Samsung. The picture was quite impressive. I think it has HDR10,and Dolby, There was just something about the Samsung quantum dot display that gave it the edge over the LG, The picture just looked a bit more sumptuous, the football pitch on the demo looked like you could reach out and touch it. I even said to the sales assistant that I was quite impressed by the LG picture, he told me to steer clear of the LG, if I wanted long term value for my money(could have been a sales pitch :-) )

He also showed me the Sony 65XD8599.That also had a cracking picture. Apparently the Bravia has an extra colour. This set has had some very good reviews. I actually nearly bought this set, I was that impressed by the picture.I was researching this TV last night before committing to buying. I like to read users feedback first. If anyone is interested in this TV, it is good value with the free Soundbar that makes up for the poor in built TV speaker. It also has an android based operating system.(Jury is still out on Android based system).This set is retailing for £1749,If I had not found the KS8000 reduced at John Lewis to £1999 I would have definitely bought the Sony.

Also don’t let anyone tell you Oled does not suffer screen burn. I saw with my own eyes yesterday in Currys Stockport, an LG premium model Oled retailing at £3,700 +,reduced to £2,700 with a Wifi signal Bar burned dead centre in to the middle of the 65 inch screen, I was shocked. It was worse than any screen burn I have ever seen on Plasma, and was really noticeable. These sets would be useless for watching Sky News, Sports on a loop.Or logo saturated channels, Avoid. Sales assistant was adamant they would still sell it like that. Good luck with that I thought.



Edited By: davidcleach on Sep 30, 2016 14:51
1 Like #20
I had the Sony 65KD8599, was reduced at Costco recently to £1499 inc VAT but it had terrible light bleed at the bottom right corner so it went back. Picture wasn't as vibrant as the Samsung either even after playing with settings for days.
#21
Sill the same price but none in stock, so so tempted, will it drop that much further, maybe £1800 ish? and I would be a definite yes. I never post deals like this as you just get trolled with comments like " you can get a 55 Polaroid TV from ASDA for like £400! With TV's you get what you pay for an only a select few people on here appreciate that!
1 Like #22
ShopCom123
Sill the same price but none in stock, so so tempted, will it drop that much further, maybe £1800 ish? and I would be a definite yes. I never post deals like this as you just get trolled with comments like " you can get a 55 Polaroid TV from ASDA for like £400! With TV's you get what you pay for an only a select few people on here appreciate that!

How about £1690 after TCB ? That's what I just paid ...... Cannot wait for delivery now. ;)
#23
rooney10
ShopCom123
Sill the same price but none in stock, so so tempted, will it drop that much further, maybe £1800 ish? and I would be a definite yes. I never post deals like this as you just get trolled with comments like " you can get a 55 Polaroid TV from ASDA for like £400! With TV's you get what you pay for an only a select few people on here appreciate that!
How about £1690 after TCB ? That's what I just paid ...... Cannot wait for delivery now. ;)

Did it track at the correct amount on TCB
#24
poisondwarf
rooney10
ShopCom123
Sill the same price but none in stock, so so tempted, will it drop that much further, maybe £1800 ish? and I would be a definite yes. I never post deals like this as you just get trolled with comments like " you can get a 55 Polaroid TV from ASDA for like £400! With TV's you get what you pay for an only a select few people on here appreciate that!
How about £1690 after TCB ? That's what I just paid ...... Cannot wait for delivery now. ;)
Did it track at the correct amount on TCB

Tracking with Currys is always hit and miss , should be fine with manual claim though. Possibly to do with the 2-4 week wait in delivery due to stock levels.
I would imagine this has been very popular with the 10% off as its 2k + everywhere else at the moment.
The Code used was an advertised code on TCB as well so even more assuring when it comes to claiming the cashback.


Edited By: rooney10 on Oct 13, 2016 16:56
#25
rooney10
ShopCom123
Sill the same price but none in stock, so so tempted, will it drop that much further, maybe £1800 ish? and I would be a definite yes. I never post deals like this as you just get trolled with comments like " you can get a 55 Polaroid TV from ASDA for like £400! With TV's you get what you pay for an only a select few people on here appreciate that!
How about £1690 after TCB ? That's what I just paid ...... Cannot wait for delivery now. ;)

Mate that is a cracking price, I did see Top Cashback have 9.45% for TV's over £1000 at the moment (ends in 4 days). Did you say to go a special discount code as well as cashback for sales? Anyway more importantly have you received the TV yet? If so how is it?
#26
Also interested how you got it so cheap im looking to get the 65' shortly any tips appreciated
#27
davidcleach
JellybearXo
I would have thought the ks9000 is better obviously more £££
Not doubting its a good tv ;-)
The only real difference is the curved screen,and local dimming. (KS9000 has the curved screen)The KS8000 is the better value television.In reality they are both the same technology..

All these confusing numbers.

Currys 8000 is £1,999
9000 is £2,149

So it's just flat vs curved?
What is curved supposed to do? Or is it just silly fashion trend?
#28
rooney10
ShopCom123
Sill the same price but none in stock, so so tempted, will it drop that much further, maybe £1800 ish? and I would be a definite yes. I never post deals like this as you just get trolled with comments like " you can get a 55 Polaroid TV from ASDA for like £400! With TV's you get what you pay for an only a select few people on here appreciate that!
How about £1690 after TCB ? That's what I just paid ...... Cannot wait for delivery now. ;)

What was the deal with TopCashBack? Fantastic price.
That's now my top line price now I seen you get it for that. Can only see 7% Off 4K Tv under £1000
This TV is £1,999 at moment and don't fancy paying that.

How ya finding TV?
I'm wanting for SKY and PS4
Currently got 51 Samsung Plasma but tempted on a size increase

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