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Samsung KU6020 40" Ultra HD 4K Smart TV £349.98 @ ebuyer.com

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Samsung KU6020 40" Ultra HD 4K Smart TV Product Description: 3840 x 2160 4K Samsung Smart TV Quad Core Processor Freeview HD High Dynamic Range Free delivery. Read More
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6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago
Samsung KU6020 40" Ultra HD 4K Smart TV Product Description:

3840 x 2160 4K
Samsung Smart TV
Quad Core Processor
Freeview HD
High Dynamic Range

Free delivery.
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6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago
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malachi
Or wait till Black Friday.

To literally fight over a 720p Goodmans at Asda.

Edited By: Talib on Nov 16, 2016 00:19

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#2
Seems like a great price. I've just ordered a grade A refurb of the slightly older ue40ku6000 from Ebay for £330. Looks like I pulled the trigger too quick, should have waited and got this instead!

Worth noting that for me (Northern Ireland) delivery with ebuyer is an extra £9.99.



Edited By: lutin on Nov 15, 2016 23:28: Updated
1 Like #3
I bought my Samsung 43euj500 from tesco direct via eBay 4/6 wks ago was a brand new customer return and only paid £269.99. So worth shopping about.
#4
Or wait till Black Friday.
14 Likes #5
malachi
Or wait till Black Friday.

To literally fight over a 720p Goodmans at Asda.

Edited By: Talib on Nov 16, 2016 00:19
#6
whats the difference between ku6000 and ku6020?
3 Likes #7
£300 I would of been like OK.
1 Like #8
tempted by this as a monitor after reading the comments at the bottom this for the 6000. http://www.s21.com/samsung-ue40ku6000.htm

+heat
1 Like #9
Great, was looking for a new Samsung TV as ours gave up the ghost the other week.

Ordered and heat added.
#10
iz123456789
whats the difference between ku6000 and ku6020?

From the specs, I think the only difference is that the 6020 has bluetooth?

Information is from this site:
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/839d5e52
3 Likes #11
Great find. This is as good as it's gonna get Black Friday wise. Big(ish) screen, 4K from a leading brand under £350

I agree with the consensus here that the Black Friday "steal" will be a 50-55" supposed 4K from a supermarket champion such as goodmans, bush, Polaroid etc for £150. Pointless

Or we all could be wrong and B&M stores might sell a OLED tv for a tenner. Stranger things have happened (please refer to Trump 2016 saga)
#12
lutin
iz123456789
whats the difference between ku6000 and ku6020?
From the specs, I think the only difference is that the 6020 has bluetooth?
Information is from this site: http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/839d5e52

Sat inputs as well.
#13
flannell
lutin
iz123456789
whats the difference between ku6000 and ku6020?
From the specs, I think the only difference is that the 6020 has bluetooth?
Information is from this site: http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/839d5e52

Sat inputs as well.


a few years ago the last 2 digits used to differentiate what kind of stand the tv had... like feet/flat silver/flat black base etc... i don't know about these days.
#14
I am glad this deal has helped a few people out.

I still can't decide the best 40/43 inch 4K HDR TV under £400 to use for my PS4 Pro.

There is this model as well as the LG 43UH668V and the Philips 43PUS6401 which have all been discounted recently.
#15
hi can someone tell me if this is 8bit or 10bit hdr. I've tried finding out but not had any luck.
#16
Skypie
I am glad this deal has helped a few people out.
I still can't decide the best 40/43 inch 4K HDR TV under £400 to use for my PS4 Pro.
There is this model as well as the LG 43UH668V and the Philips 43PUS6401 which have all been discounted recently.
Have you considered this from Panasonic Outlet on EBay, it's a refurb but with warranty;

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201636962308?_trksid=p2060778.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT



Edited By: sham63 on Nov 16, 2016 10:37: Info
#17
Skypie
I am glad this deal has helped a few people out.

I still can't decide the best 40/43 inch 4K HDR TV under £400 to use for my PS4 Pro.

There is this model as well as the LG 43UH668V and the Philips 43PUS6401 which have all been discounted recently.


I'm looking for the same reason. I went to currys to but the LG and one of the staff gave me a heads up on this Samsung being on sale on black Friday. not sure how true this info is though.
#18
Two questions if anyone knows the answer to:

1. Does 40" do justice to 4k or would I need to go bigger?

2. Does this have an audio input that allows me to plug in headphones?

Edited By: VWW on Nov 16, 2016 10:40
1 Like #19
DayOneDave
hi can someone tell me if this is 8bit or 10bit hdr. I've tried finding out but not had any luck.
8 bit from what it says from the link provided by lutin

Edited By: VWW on Nov 16, 2016 10:42
#20
VWW
DayOneDave
hi can someone tell me if this is 8bit or 10bit hdr. I've tried finding out but not had any luck.
8 bit from what it says from the link provided by lutin


thank you.
#21
VWW
DayOneDave
hi can someone tell me if this is 8bit or 10bit hdr. I've tried finding out but not had any luck.
8 bit from what it says from the link provided by lutin


Yes it's definitely 8 bit.
#22
DayOneDave
hi can someone tell me if this is 8bit or 10bit hdr. I've tried finding out but not had any luck.


You're looking at spending 1k+ for a 10bit panel. This isn't even HDR this just accepts a HDR image but has nowhere near the brightness needed to display HDR.

See here for good info on 2016 TV releases:

http://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1460114926
#23
Cold for me, not curved.
Since buying a curved TV 12 months ago it has proven to be a life enhancing experience.
1 Like #24
Nesima
Cold for me, not curved.
Since buying a curved TV 12 months ago it has proven to be a life enhancing experience.

I don't think you'd get a curved TV for £350, would you?
#25
Can't wait for the advent of 12 bit panels and HDR+ 8)
#26
great find
2 Likes #27
iz123456789
whats the difference between ku6000 and ku6020?
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#28
Aaaaaghhhh!

I got really excited about this until I realised that it doesn't have Youview!!! only TVnow!!

Rats!!

Think I'll go for the Panasonic TX-40DX600B
#29
Grumpyoldhector
Aaaaaghhhh!

I got really excited about this until I realised that it doesn't have Youview!!! only TVnow!!

Rats!!

Think I'll go for the Panasonic TX-40DX600B



I meant Freeview Play!
#30
Nesima
Cold for me, not curved.
Since buying a curved TV 12 months ago it has proven to be a life enhancing experience.

Really? The rest of the world seem to think they are a Fad...time will tell I guess
#31
Can't think of a better non-HDR TV for PS4 Pro at this kind of price. Size is perfect for a bedroom or desktop office gaming environment. Lag is just 22ms which puts this way ahead of anything by anyone else. £350 for a 4K screen, amazing.

Personally I use the KU6400, but the extras it has - like wider colour gamut - aren't used in gaming so this would be just as good.
#32
Easy2BCheesy
Can't think of a better non-HDR TV for PS4 Pro at this kind of price.

I think this is HDR looking at the spec
#33
Grumpyoldhector
Aaaaaghhhh!
I got really excited about this until I realised that it doesn't have Youview!!! only TVnow!!
Rats!!
Think I'll go for the Panasonic TX-40DX600B

I went for the Panasonic from EBay outlet as well, hopefully with an extra 10% off via tcb
#34
is this ebuyer version of the SAMSUNG TV got the silver stand or black stand? Anybody get one from eBuyer?

Anybody use one with Xbox One S in 4K for movies or upscaled gaming?

Edited By: imagineS on Nov 19, 2016 17:24
#35
Skypie
Easy2BCheesy
Can't think of a better non-HDR TV for PS4 Pro at this kind of price.
I think this is HDR looking at the spec

It can accept the signals but it can't really render it - the panel is physically incapable of it.
#36
Easy2BCheesy
Skypie
Easy2BCheesy
Can't think of a better non-HDR TV for PS4 Pro at this kind of price.
I think this is HDR looking at the spec
It can accept the signals but it can't really render it - the panel is physically incapable of it.

I'm I missing something here?
Surely this SAMSUNG TV supports HDR.
#37
Easy2BCheesy
It can accept the signals but it can't really render it - the panel is physically incapable of it.

Yes, please clarify.
#38
Skypie
Easy2BCheesy
It can accept the signals but it can't really render it - the panel is physically incapable of it.

Yes, please clarify.


8 bit HDR is 256 colour tones where as 10 bit is 1000+ so it only has a quarter of the colour range. I'm guessing that's what he means.

It will still be HDR just not full HDR. Much like 720 vs 1080.
#39
Now down to £339.98. Slightly gutted as I already ordered it via Flubit for £335, could have saved another tenner!
1 Like #40
£350 at Richer sounds with 6 years guarantee. Instore only though.

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