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Samsung UE40KU6400 Silver/Black - 40inch 4K Ultra HD TV with UHD at Co-Op Electrical for £399.00

£399.00 @ Co-op Electrical
Don't post deals much guys but I've had my eyes on this for a while. Yes not a 10 bit panel, but decent opinions on this for the price range. I hope this can help someone. Price shown as £429… Read More
Crazygooner1 Avatar
4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago
Don't post deals much guys but I've had my eyes on this for a while.

Yes not a 10 bit panel, but decent opinions on this for the price range.

I hope this can help someone.

Price shown as £429.99, use code CPE30 to get this for £399. Delivery is £4.99 for a designated day available and an hour time slot will be given the evening before.

2% TCB available or 2.2%

Can be purchased for around £450 with 5 to 6 Year warrantY' however my flex plus account will give me an extra year. I'm happy with that for the saving.

Product specifications
Interfaces/Ports
Total HDMI Connections 3
Total Scart Sockets 0
Total USB Ports 2
Total MHL Ports 0
HDMI Standard 2
CI Slot N
Component Input N
Ethernet Port Y
Headphone Socket N
Memory Card Slot Yes - JPEG, MP3 & movies
PC Input HDMI
Additional Information
What's in the Box Television, Remote Controller, Batteries (for Remote Control), Mini Wall Mount Support, Vesa Wall Mount Support, User Manual, Power Cable, Slim Gender Cable
Built-in Devices
Built-in Blu-ray N
Built-in DVD N
Built-in Freeview HD Y
Built-in Freesat Y
Built-in Freesat HD Y
Energy Performance
Energy Efficiency Class A
Power Consumption - Average 62
Screen Size 40 ""
Energy Consumption (Annual) 86 kWh/annum
Energy Consumption (On Mode) 62 W
Power
Power Consumption - Max Power Rating 62
Power Consumption - Standby 0.3
Dimensions
Viewing Angle (°) 178 degrees
Vesa Size (mm) 400 x 400mm
Height With Tabletop Stand (cm) 58.8
Height Without Tabletop Stand (cm) 52
Weight With Tabletop Stand (kg) 11.4
Weight Without Tabletop Stand (kg) 9.1
Product Height 588.0 Millimetre
Product Width 906.0 Millimetre
Product Depth 263.0 Millimetre
Product Weight 17.0 Kilogram
Sound
Total Audio Power Output (Watts RMS) 20W
Digital Audio Output Not applicable
Audio Processing Dolby digital
Display & Graphics
Maximum Resolution 3840x2160
Picture Frequency (Hz) 400
Contrast Ratio 4500:1
Type LED TV
Screen Type Flat
HD Ready / Full HD / Ultra HD Ultra HD 4K
Brightness (cd/m²) 450
Picture Enhancement Engine Clear Motion Rate
Picture In Picture N
Key Information
Colour Black
3D
3D Ready N
2D To 3D Conversion N
Variant
Colour Black
Features
Electronic Programme Guide 7
Parental Lock Y
Sleep Timer Y
Wall-mountable Y
Intelligent Light Sensor N
DLNA Compliant N
Miracast N
Tuner Freeview HD
Smart / Internet TV Wi-Fi built in
Wi-Fi Enabled Built-in
Webcam N
Full Web Browsing Capabilites Y
Smart TV Apps Netflix
WiDi N

I hope this helps someone

Spec below in link:

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3051574
Crazygooner1 Avatar
4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
I've had one of these models for the past month, fantastic screen, does exactly what I need it to do even if it is only a 8bit panel! Heat from me.
#2
shane5121
I've had one of these models for the past month, fantastic screen, does exactly what I need it to do even if it is only a 8bit panel! Heat from me.


Good to know, thanks. I'm looking forward to receiving this!
#3
It's a good screen. I use one as a desktop PC monitor and it's excellent.

Don't go in thinking it can do HDR, because it can't.
#4
I brought the ue40ku6020 for 279 on black friday week. it's the same tv minus the freesat tuner. good tv. had my eyes on this for a while.

Edited By: bagga212 on Dec 29, 2016 09:24: ty
#5
bagga212
I brought the ue40hu6020 for 279 on black friday week. it's the same tv minus the freesat tuner. good tv. had my eyes on this for a while.


Hey. Do you you mean ku6020, the Currys exclusive? If so that's the equivalent to the 6000. There's small differences.

If there is a hu6020 I'd buy that as I don't need the tv tuner.

Thanks



Edited By: Crazygooner1 on Dec 28, 2016 15:31
#6
Crazygooner1
bagga212
I brought the ue40hu6020 for 279 on black friday week. it's the same tv minus the freesat tuner. good tv. had my eyes on this for a while.
Hey. Do you you mean ku6020, the Currys exclusive? If so that's the equivalent to the 6000. There's small differences.
If there is a hu6020 I'd buy that as I don't need the tv tuner.
Thanks

Yeah sorry I mean ku6020....... not sure if it can be found at 300 quid

Good to keep looking.
#7
Easy2BCheesy
It's a good screen. I use one as a desktop PC monitor and it's excellent.
Don't go in thinking it can do HDR, because it can't.
This is exactly what I'm looking for, a large 4k PC monitor with decent input lag. Is HDR a benefit at all to using this as a monitor?
#8
bagga212
I brought the ue40hu6020 for 279 on black friday week. it's the same tv minus the freesat tuner. good tv. had my eyes on this for a while.

UE40KU6020? for £279? wow!
where from?

I've been paying close attention for few months now and never have I seen it that cheap!

let me know which retailer you got it from, thanks!
#9
long gone mate, was from ao.com price matched coop eBay listing plus 20 pounds new customer discount code. It was black friday week. specifically Thursday. smashed it. you snooze you loose.

note it's CES 1st week of jan in Vegas a new range of sets buy all manufacturers will be unveiled. maybe wait
#10
umirza85
Easy2BCheesy
It's a good screen. I use one as a desktop PC monitor and it's excellent.
Don't go in thinking it can do HDR, because it can't.
This is exactly what I'm looking for, a large 4k PC monitor with decent input lag. Is HDR a benefit at all to using this as a monitor?

I would love a 40-inch TV with 'proper' HDR for desktop gaming but unfortunately such a thing doesn't exist. The KU6400 does support a wider colour gamut so there should be some benefit in the fullness of time but I'm not seeing it at the moment!
#11
Even cheaper now guys by £5. £394.99
1 Like #12
Received mine this morning at 8am. Fantastic service from the CoOp. Set up and had a play around.

This TV is a massive step up from my 32inch 1080P Samsung set. PS4 pro upscale to 4k and Hdr (partial 8 bit yes) makes a difference with colours etc.

My only gripe and may be user error is the HDMI ports. Only HDMI 1 supports HDR. Frustrating as the menu to switch it on shows all 3 HDMI supporting it but 2 and 3 are greyed out.
#13
Refresh rate is only 60Hz. Looking for 100Hz minimum.
#14
It's not 10bit!!

http://i.imgur.com/IYJkq9O.gif

Edited By: daBluone on Jan 11, 2017 22:06
#15
If everyone is looking for 100 htz then it will be a lot more expensive.
People want more than they actually need without knowing why!
#16
dz1
Refresh rate is only 60Hz. Looking for 100Hz minimum.

Good luck finding a TV (especially for this price) with true 100Hz. They're all simulated.
#17
pimmzy
If everyone is looking for 100 htz then it will be a lot more expensive.
People want more than they actually need without knowing why!

I can easily tell the difference between a 100hz set and 50/60hz.
#18
Easy2BCheesy
It's a good screen. I use one as a desktop PC monitor and it's excellent.
Don't go in thinking it can do HDR, because it can't.
how do you find it for pc monitor? I was wanting to go for this for the same reason, but thought it might be a bit big for the desk?
#19
can someone who knows more about TVs than me (which isn't hard) help me out with some pointers?

Looking to upgrade from my 36" Sony tv which is quite old and 1080i to a better 1080p 40" screen. Mostly use it for PS4 (not pro) and netflix so don't think I need 4k. I figured there'd be loads of big price drops and eBay bargains once everyone got 4Ks for Xmas/Jan sales but I don't really know what set I should be looking for. Don't mind spending a bit more money if there will be a noticeable difference in picture quality, but equally if I'll do almost as well with a refurb £110 set as I will with a £350 new one then I'll save my money. All help appreciated!

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