Samsung UE40KU6020 40" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black £329 with code 'GET20' @ AO - HotUKDeals
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Samsung UE40KU6020 40" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black £329.00 with code 'GET20' @ AO

£329.00 @ ao.com
Great price and quality if you're looking at getting a 4K with HDR for the first time, don't think It will go much lower than this. Use code 'GET20' Read More
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7m, 3d agoFound 7 months, 3 days ago
Great price and quality if you're looking at getting a 4K with HDR for the first time, don't think It will go much lower than this.

Use code 'GET20'
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7m, 3d agoFound 7 months, 3 days ago
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#1
I tried earlier, GET20 doesn't work as spend is too low!!
#2
Try largescreen10
1 Like #3
Get20 now working
2 Likes #4
Getting lower! Still think £350 at Richer Sounds with 6 years guarantee is the better offer. John Lewis may price match Currys for 5 year guarantee. Depends if you want to save £20 or have peace of mind. Heat added.
#5
I ordered last night and no codes worked but was happy with price, just been on live chat and they have put the discount on and will get refunded the £20 as paid via PayPal
#6
How does this compare the the 6400? Anyone know the differences?
#7
Anyone using one of these with an Xbox one S?
Just wondered what it was like?
2 Likes #8
Not really a HDR compliant set (from a gaming perspective). Excellent picture quality in my opinion though. I have the larger version in the lounge, and am tempted to get this for a bedroom. mmm, if only it were under £300...
#9
skinrush
Not really a HDR compliant set (from a gaming perspective). Excellent picture quality in my opinion though. I have the larger version in the lounge, and am tempted to get this for a bedroom. mmm, if only it were under £300...
Is that due to it being an 8bit panel rather than 10bit?
#10
skinrush
Not really a HDR compliant set (from a gaming perspective). Excellent picture quality in my opinion though. I have the larger version in the lounge, and am tempted to get this for a bedroom. mmm, if only it were under £300...

Any recommendations for a 40"-ish tele suitable to use with a One S?
Its 4k which is about as far as I get before getting bogged down in all the jargon (_;)
Obviously I liked the price of this one, it's going in the big lads bedroom to use with his one S, hence the interest ;)


Edited By: defgimp on Nov 22, 2016 11:32
1 Like #11
defgimp
skinrush
Not really a HDR compliant set (from a gaming perspective). Excellent picture quality in my opinion though. I have the larger version in the lounge, and am tempted to get this for a bedroom. mmm, if only it were under £300...

Any recommendations for a 40"-ish tele suitable to use with a One S?
Its 4k which is about as far as I get before getting bogged down in all the jargon (_;)
Obviously I liked the price of this one, it's going in the big lads bedroom to use with his one S, hence the interest ;)



Need to look up ones that have low Ms input lag, the lower the better fir gaming
#12
defgimp
skinrush
Not really a HDR compliant set (from a gaming perspective). Excellent picture quality in my opinion though. I have the larger version in the lounge, and am tempted to get this for a bedroom. mmm, if only it were under £300...
Any recommendations for a 40"-ish tele suitable to use with a One S?
Its 4k which is about as far as I get before getting bogged down in all the jargon (_;)
Obviously I liked the price of this one, it's going in the big lads bedroom to use with his one S, hence the interest ;)
I think the one in this post is a good bet really. You won't get what's known at HDR10, for anything near this price. Like I said, the picture quality on the Samsung is really good in my opinion, and I don't notice any input lag on the one I have in the lounge.
#13
Jasen73
skinrush
Not really a HDR compliant set (from a gaming perspective). Excellent picture quality in my opinion though. I have the larger version in the lounge, and am tempted to get this for a bedroom. mmm, if only it were under £300...
Is that due to it being an 8bit panel rather than 10bit?
Correct.
#14
I decided to get one for my bedroom. It will mainly be used with my Xbox One S. Bought it from JL for £349 incl 5 Yr Gtee :)
#15
technick
I decided to get one for my bedroom. It will mainly be used with my Xbox One S. Bought it from JL for £349 incl 5 Yr Gtee :)

JL must have had a pleather of price matches on this today, it was £379 a couple of hours ago :)
#16
defgimp
technick
I decided to get one for my bedroom. It will mainly be used with my Xbox One S. Bought it from JL for £349 incl 5 Yr Gtee :)
JL must have had a pleather of price matches on this today, it was £379 a couple of hours ago :)

Just so you're aware mate, the word and correct spelling is plethora :)
#17
Contacted John Lewis this morning RE price match and they just confirmed they would match the price. In the meantime bought it from Richer Sounds with a 6 year warranty. Super picture.

Thank you for your enquiry.

I am pleased to advise that the Samsung UE40KU6020 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV is now priced at £349.00 at JohnLewis.com.

You can place your order online, or, by calling us on 03456 049 049 where an assistant will be happy to place an order over the telephone for you.

If I can be of any further assistance, please do not hesitate in contacting me again.

Yours sincerely,

Leah
JohnLewis.com



Edited By: cret16 on Nov 22, 2016 13:23: additional info
#18
technick
defgimp
technick
I decided to get one for my bedroom. It will mainly be used with my Xbox One S. Bought it from JL for £349 incl 5 Yr Gtee :)
JL must have had a pleather of price matches on this today, it was £379 a couple of hours ago :)
Just so you're aware mate, the word and correct spelling is plethora :)

Didn't read what I'd typed, autocorrect did it's thing (_;) d'oh!
#19
Does it have 4:4:4 chroma sampling?

Will it display 4k at 60Hz or higher?

Thanks for any help.
#20
cret16
Contacted John Lewis this morning RE price match and they just confirmed they would match the price. In the meantime bought it from Richer Sounds with a 6 year warranty. Super picture.

I don't suppose you could connect it to your computer and see how good it is at 4k 60Hz please (assuming you have a computer that produces 4k 60hz)? I'd like to use it as a monitor.


Edited By: Reebok Ron on Nov 22, 2016 13:20
#21
Reebok Ron, it will sit in its box until just before Christmas......its a surprise. Sorry.
#22
Is this a sit-up-and-beg 50hz set? Refresh rate is more important to me at this end of the budget spectrum than worrying about 10bit.
#23
steveex
Is this a sit-up-and-beg 50hz set? Refresh rate is more important to me at this end of the budget spectrum than worrying about 10bit.

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/5cd2786
#24
Don't buy this TV because it says it does HDR, it doesn't do it properly, only has an 8 bit panel. HDR is the new scam feature, I haven't seen any TVs at this price point do HDR properly.
#25
great deal, but not enough hdr content available yet for me to ditch the trusty 42 inch plasma. in truth I have not seen many that match it for clarity of motion
That said, heat from me
#26
defgimp
skinrush
Not really a HDR compliant set (from a gaming perspective). Excellent picture quality in my opinion though. I have the larger version in the lounge, and am tempted to get this for a bedroom. mmm, if only it were under £300...

Any recommendations for a 40"-ish tele suitable to use with a One S?
Its 4k which is about as far as I get before getting bogged down in all the jargon (_;)
Obviously I liked the price of this one, it's going in the big lads bedroom to use with his one S, hence the interest ;)



Same boat...before had to contend with being HDR now been reading posts and threads regarding being 8bit or 10bit. Bought One s...would love a perfect recommendation around 40-43" mark....was looking at ue43ks7500 but that still siting at £900
#27
How is this for normal TV? Does it upscale to 4k? How much difference is there between this and a 10 bit.
#28
Does this TV support BBC I-player ?
#29
peanloma
Does this TV support BBC I-player ?
Yes it does, and ITV Hub. Not All4 though.
#30
hmm, this tv is getting pushed everywhere. is this a sacrificial samsung model? anyway im holding off to see if the equivalent sets drop from other main players c'mon its christmas! good price though.
#31
Code "GET25" gets £25 off

GET30 for £30 off £399.99
GET40 for £40 of £499.99 on so on its seems....
#32
i got it for 279 at AO.com
1 Like #33
bagga212
i got it for 279 at AO.com
How and what code please?
1 Like #34
bagga212
i got it for 279 at AO.com
How and what code please?
1 Like #35
Presume he went to AO as new customer so £20 off first order and they price matched the COOP eBay price £299 which is now out of stock sadly
#36
metropolis
Presume he went to AO as new customer so £20 off first order and they price matched the COOP eBay price £299 which is now out of stock sadly

CORRECT
#37
defgimp
Anyone using one of these with an Xbox one S?
Just wondered what it was like?


Yup I am - it's stunning

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