Samsung UE40HU6900 - 40" 4K Ultra-HD Smart LED TV 200Hz Freeview-HD Resolution 3840 x 2160 £649.00 delivered @ sonic direct.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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ENERGY CONSUMPTION Energy efficiency class B
On-mode power consumption 157 W
Annual power consumption 229 kWh
SCREEN Screen technology LED
Screen size 40"
Resolution 3840 x 2160
PICTURE QUALITY Processing rate 200 Hz
Dynamic contrast ratio Mega DCR
SMART Smart TV services - Catch up TV: BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD, Demand 5, BBC News, BBC Sport
- App store
- Custom homepage
- Full internet browser
- Social media: Facebook, Twitter
- Skype compatible
CONNECTIVITY WiFi Built-in WiFi
Ethernet Yes
Connections - HDMI x 4
- SCART x 1
- Component input x 1
- Composite input x 1
- USB 2.0 x 3
TUNER TV tuner DVB-S2 Freesat HD Tuner
AUDIO Speakers 2
Audio power 20 W
Mono / Stereo sound Stereo
Sound enhancement - DTS Studio Sound
- DTS Premium Sound 5.1
- Dolby MS11
FEATURES Remote control Yes
Voice control Yes
VESA mount 200 x 200
Table-top stand Yes
Other features - Eco Sensor
- Auto Power Off
- Clock & On/Off Timer
- Sleep Timer
GENERAL Colour Black and silver
Internal menu languages 27 languages
Accessories included AC power cable
Dimensions - Unboxed: 538 x 917 x 50 mm (H x W x D)
- Unboxed with stand: 586 x 917 x 258 mm (H x W x D)
- Boxed: 635 x 1043 x 166 mm (H x W x D)
Weight - Unboxed: 8.7 kg
- Unboxed with stand: 11.4 kg
- Boxed: 13.5 kg
Manufacturer’s guarantee 1 year
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Great price, love to try but already have a super model girlfriend, a ferrari and a 70" 4k TV

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#1
Wow.Scorchio from me
#2
great price, love to try but already have 55" 4k LG
#3
You have to laugh at the annual power consumption figures: 229 kWh equates to about 4 hours a day.

Nice telly though.
3 Likes #4
ajmitchell
great price, love to try but already have 55" 4k LG
showing off much ? It's no samsung 55" curved tho hey ? Ha
1 Like #5
Wow! These 4K sets really guzzle the power. Terrific price, though. Heat for the deal.
#6
i dont understand why it would be energy efficiency 'b' ?
10 Likes #7
Great price, love to try but already have a super model girlfriend, a ferrari and a 70" 4k TV
#8
£629 after quidco 3% cashback not bad at all
1 Like #9
would love to try but i'm poor
4 Likes #10
Isn't 4k pointless on a 40" screen?
#11
More to the question how many years are bbc and itv are from showing 4k, I bet at least 4 years or even may not do it at all?
#12
John Lewis price match to get a 5 year warranty.

Click

Edited By: Dodger21 on Jul 02, 2014 22:18
#13
Great price all things considered. On a serious note though, is there actually much 4K content available? I know Netflix are offering a little in the US but I don't know if that will translate to the UK library.
#14
I thought about getting JL to price match but they don't price match online only stores?
2 Likes #15
40" lol.
#16
Fred1980
I thought about getting JL to price match but they don't price match online only stores?
sonic has a store
#17
Hotter than the sun
1 Like #18
GoatzRus
Isn't 4k pointless on a 40" screen?
Yes, 1080p already reached the limits of human vision.
#19
Pointless at 40", also as DHEADDY said- not enuf shown in 4k... Im holding out for 8k(only prob- 1 camera in world films this quality) goin to be a long wait
#20
GoatzRus
Isn't 4k pointless on a 40" screen?

Depends how far away you sit.
#21
True apparently the best a human eye can understand is 8k , I believe Panasonic are the 1st to get there
2 Likes #22
rdbradshaw
True apparently the best a human eye can understand is 8k , I believe Panasonic are the 1st to get there
It's all relative.

4K on a 40 inch screen won't look much better than 1080p. Project that 4K on a 108inch wall, and compared to 1080p it would look miles better.
#23
Son4k on tv too much, but people want 2k screens on a mobile phone! We live in a crazy world, I'm still getting my head around people 'needing' 1080p on laptop ir tablet, aside from ranting good deal, for me lg is a better brand. This coming from a Samsung tv owner! (not 4k)
1 Like #24
1 Like #25
A friend got one for a grand when they first came out. Basically it's a rubbish set: too blurred for Full HD content . My 1080p Sony is a lot sharper for Full HD blu-ray or HD broadcasts.
[HUKD Deal Editor]#26
Suppose I best give you some heat, and start scouring Sonic Direct myself from now on (_;)

Heat added pal.
#27
32" was the "minimum" for 1080p TV's to not look awful. 55" seems to be the "minimum" for 4K TV's it seems!
1 Like #28
SteadVex
Son4k on tv too much, but people want 2k screens on a mobile phone! We live in a crazy world, I'm still getting my head around people 'needing' 1080p on laptop ir tablet, aside from ranting good deal, for me lg is a better brand. This coming from a Samsung tv owner! (not 4k)

I've downgraded from a 1080p phone to a 720p phone and let me tell you, there really isn't that much difference, honestly.
#29
At the rate we got HD in the UK, How long will 4K take to standardize?

Think I'll wait for the oled wall covering where your whole room is the tv.
#30
titchyyyyy
SteadVex
Son4k on tv too much, but people want 2k screens on a mobile phone! We live in a crazy world, I'm still getting my head around people 'needing' 1080p on laptop ir tablet, aside from ranting good deal, for me lg is a better brand. This coming from a Samsung tv owner! (not 4k)

I've downgraded from a 1080p phone to a 720p phone and let me tell you, there really isn't that much difference, honestly.
I think there is a bit of a difference between a small phone and big TV [Honestly]. Why would they make them?
#31
Gort1951


I've downgraded from a 1080p phone to a 720p phone and let me tell you, there really isn't that much difference, honestly.
I think there is a bit of a difference between a small phone and big TV [Honestly]. Why would they make them?[/quote]
I was making a point about phones with that statement. But a 40" 4K TV is pointless, it doesn't look great.
#32
The price drop on a lot of 4ks seems to lead to the conclusion that either oled or 8k are going to over take 4 k easily and soon... Just going by the drops in prices I've been seeing...
#33
Is OLED ever going to see the light of day for large screen TV's? We've been waiting for what seems like forever. I was waiting for it when I bought my current Panasonic plasma 4 years ago! I'd love to go up to 4K but don't want to downgrade to LCD so it could be on my wall another 4 years at this rate! Only reason I'm getting itchy to replace it is to go bigger, we've moved house since and could easily go up to 55".

Edited By: anlygi on Jul 03, 2014 04:21
#34
Go have a look at a 4k set and make sure it's showing real 4k and you'll see that it's worth it, 8k is the limit a human eye can handle so 1080p is a long way off.
#35
It's all very well people saying 55 inch minimum for a 4k tv but cost aside not everyone has a large enough room for a massive telly , I mean anything more than 42 would look stupid in my living room.
#36
4k is available on 28" monitors, look at the reviews on youtube or go see a demo; phones with 5" display have 1080p. Great resolution can be appreciated on small screens.
#37
£650 for a 40" 4k tv? i refuse to believe this can be any good at the price
1 Like #38
anlygi
Is OLED ever going to see the light of day for large screen TV's? We've been waiting for what seems like forever. I was waiting for it when I bought my current Panasonic plasma 4 years ago! I'd love to go up to 4K but don't want to downgrade to LCD so it could be on my wall another 4 years at this rate! Only reason I'm getting itchy to replace it is to go bigger, we've moved house since and could easily go up to 55".

I changed from a Panasonic 50" plasma (P50GT50B) to a kdl-55w955b and I don't regret it...
#39
Cold. Not 1080p. :)
#40
Cold £45 deliver to Northern Scotland, which is a joke.

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