Samsung UE48H6400 48" LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV - £529 @ John Lewis (5yr warranty) - HotUKDeals
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Lowest price it has been for this great tv and of course awesome customer service and 5yr warranty from John Lewis.

I purchased this about 6 weeks ago for my man cave @ £549 - now even lower, unfortunately for me just outside the 28 day price promise.

Great spec with loads of features, you will not be disappointed.
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#1
Great price!
1 Like #2
Same in curry's but with no 5 years warranty.
#3
awesome
#4
in curry you can use o2 priority but no warranty of course.
#5
I bought from currys using £50 of over £500 spend with O2 priority's and got this for £500 a couple of weeks ago, great telly
#6
does anyone know if o2 still works with currys???
#7
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lsnell
does anyone know if o2 still works with currys???
no it has finished now
#8
Good TV, but I'm waiting for a 6700. That has 2 tuners, much more convenient, can then record and watch something else at the same time.
1 Like #9
Same price at Richer Sounds with 5 year guarantee plus 3 months Deezer and 12 months Mubi subscriptions.
#10
Good buy if you want smart. I don't know why people pay extra for it really, when chromecasts come up for £18 all the time, but each to their own!
#11
Nimbuskirk
Good buy if you want smart. I don't know why people pay extra for it really, when chromecasts come up for £18 all the time, but each to their own!


I have this TV and chromecasts, and I find the smart hub apps a lot more stable. Chromecast youtube works fine but after playing from a long play list both my phone and tablet seems to desync . The smart hub is very smooth
1 Like #12
I agree. But hard to find non-smart TVs and the price difference is small.
#13
Been looking at this TV for a while with the 5 year warranty included not bad price for Which best buy TV
#14
I see no 4k's
#15
Cheers for this bought it a few weeks ago - just phoned John Lewis and they gave me the difference back :-)
3 Likes #16
Hi. Guys just a heads up under the sale of goods act 1979 you have a 5yr Scotland 6yr England with the manufacturer Google the one show they even show you footage and templates to challenge.
#17
Bought this TV back in October (for £549 from JL). Brilliant TV. Great picture quality, loads of apps, smart control is great too.
Claimed free mubi and deezer months and Samsung multi-room hub from the Samsung site.
#18
Salters
[quote=Nimbuskirk]

I have this TV and chromecasts, and I find the smart hub apps a lot more stable. Chromecast youtube works fine but after playing from a long play list both my phone and tablet seems to desync . The smart hub is very smooth

Another alternative coming up are these new Windows based Intel Atom sticks that can run windows natively - I've never been happy with the Android implementation of XBMC/Kodi and this looks promising (also may be able to run a linux distro at some point too). They come bundled with a full windows 8.1 installation and the windows XBMC client is just a program to install; they also dual-boot with android too, roughly the $100-USD mark when they ship (for BT4, 802.11n, 2gig ram, quad-core atom chip and running off a standard USB power source into HDMI). http://hometheatrelife.com/meegopad-t01-windows-mini-pc-impressions/
#19
I have bought the UE48H6700 for £650 from richer sounds, after reading the above comments I am thinking I may have been better off with the 6400? can anyone please offer some advice?
thanks
#20
bought 1 from currys for £549.00 3 weeks ago as it was out of stock @JL disapointed :(
#21
is it worth paying extra £100 from the 6700 from richer sounds or from peoples experience would I better off getting the 6700 from JL, or even this deal for the 6400
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nemo10
Hi. Guys just a heads up under the sale of goods act 1979 you have a 5yr Scotland 6yr England with the manufacturer Google the one show they even show you footage and templates to challenge.

I think you'll find that after 6 months it is your responsibility to prove it was faulty at time of purchase. Not very easy and not likely to be able to prove without a engineer report at your cost. Yes you can claim for up to 6 years but most retailers after 1 year will not want to know as the manufacturers guarantee will have ended and it squarely between you and the retailer. Better off with proper guarantee for specified period unless you fancy going down the small claims court route.
#23
Would it possible to mount the TV on the wall?
Any recommendation for suitable bracket ?
#24
Great TV and a great price. Bought mine before Christmas from Currys. JL was out of stock unfortunately.
I have a chromecast for my older TV, although good the Samsung smart hub is much better and more convenient. That is however not the only reason why I bought this model. It just does so many things well. Unless you are desperate for a 4K tv this is a great choice.
Heat added.
#25
emanuelandsimpson
I bought from currys using £50 of over £500 spend with O2 priority's and got this for £500 a couple of weeks ago, great telly
hi how do I get the priority code I've downloaded the 02 priority app but not showing any discount for currys can you point me the right direction ?
#26
ilikedeals21
emanuelandsimpson
I bought from currys using £50 of over £500 spend with O2 priority's and got this for £500 a couple of weeks ago, great telly
hi how do I get the priority code I've downloaded the 02 priority app but not showing any discount for currys can you point me the right direction ?

You can't anymore the promotion has finished
#27
miblo
Cheers for this bought it a few weeks ago - just phoned John Lewis and they gave me the difference back :-)

Does it come with two remotes or just the smart remote?
#28
6400 vs 6700, 6700 has dual tuners for a start.
#29
Nimbuskirk
Good buy if you want smart. I don't know why people pay extra for it really, when chromecasts come up for £18 all the time, but each to their own!


I don't need smart nor 3d features and im only looking for good picture quality.

Do these tvs not have a better picture quality comparing with the low end models that don't have smart features?
1 Like #30
An ok deal but I feel Mega disappointed with Boxing Day tv sales, gonna keep my wedge for another day
#31
Any good for gaming?
#32
ordered thanks....
#33
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jay1
miblo
Cheers for this bought it a few weeks ago - just phoned John Lewis and they gave me the difference back :-)

Does it come with two remotes or just the smart remote?


Two remotes.
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Nimbuskirk
Good buy if you want smart. I don't know why people pay extra for it really, when chromecasts come up for £18 all the time, but each to their own!


Not convinced you actually pay extra for smart, it just seems to come as standard in the mid to higher range models. Is there an equivalent panel without smart that's cheaper?

If you don't want smart and happy with a lower spec panel, then yes there are savings to be made. Happy to be proven wrong if someone knows a specific model though.
#35
Ca11um
Any good for gaming?

Seems ok to me on the PS3 and the SNES looks great on it!
#36
Thanks for heads up, bought three weeks ago, so will get the price promise, fantastic tv, but I hate the motion plus, 'soap effect' which can make films looks like brazilian soap operas! If you switch it off you do lose some definition as well.
#37
spdavison
nemo10
Hi. Guys just a heads up under the sale of goods act 1979 you have a 5yr Scotland 6yr England with the manufacturer Google the one show they even show you footage and templates to challenge.

I think you'll find that after 6 months it is your responsibility to prove it was faulty at time of purchase. Not very easy and not likely to be able to prove without a engineer report at your cost. Yes you can claim for up to 6 years but most retailers after 1 year will not want to know as the manufacturers guarantee will have ended and it squarely between you and the retailer. Better off with proper guarantee for specified period unless you fancy going down the small claims court route.
Yes, the onus of proof is on the purchaser to prove a fault, after 6 months, I had a Samsung TV which died after 15 months, the controller to switch it on was faulty. The retailer didn't want to know as I had not taken out an extended warranty. Eventually I had to take the retailer to court (using the SOGA 1989 as amended) armed with an engineers report, the retailer didn't show but paid for the engineers report and the repair. You really have to push a lot of the retailers.
#38
Here's the link to claim the Mubi / Deezer deal. Don't think it's dependent on a specific retailer. You will need proof of purchase though.
I bought from JL, don't remember seeing any mention of offer in store or online.

http://www.samsung.com/uk/offer/moviesandmusic
#39
Got the 40" 6700 for £489, beat that ;)
JL price match with Crampton and Moore.

Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Dec 27, 2014 16:44
#40
K1LLER HORNET
Got the 40" 6700 for £489, beat that ;)
JL price match with Crampton and Moore.

I couldn't disappoint the wife with 8" less..

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