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Seems to be by far the cheapest price for a great TV
Includes 2 Sets of Active 3D Glasses as well as samsungs new motion controller.

From what I can see the lesser model the UEH6400 Won WhatHiFi's best TV under £1000. Which Currently Sells in the likes of Currys for around £700

Deal looks to be on until Monday 4th of August.

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#1
Never again will I buy a Samsung 6 series TV. The sound quality is terrible even with good quality external speakers attached. This is an area neglected by modern TVs because people and reviewers put up with it.
#2
dz1
Never again will I buy a Samsung 6 series TV. The sound quality is terrible even with good quality external speakers attached. This is an area neglected by modern TVs because people and reviewers put up with it.

I would agree, sound is far from great on TV's these days but I'm happy the manufacturers put the effort into visuals as all my inputs go into my receiver anyway so I'm afraid I am also one who puts up with it I guess they just love to sell their TV/soundbar bundles...
#3
I think the 'lesser' TV is picking up better reviews though?
Not seen this 6500 before and not clear on the difference though, need to investigate as I was waiting for the 6400 to drop!
#4
I thought this was 6700 initially, only been awake 2 mins :D
Forget the first bit of that message.
1 Like #5
dz1
Never again will I buy a Samsung 6 series TV. The sound quality is terrible even with good quality external speakers attached. This is an area neglected by modern TVs because people and reviewers put up with it.

What a load of rubbish... the sound is great with good quality external speakers attached. It has a digital output...
#6
First step is a good sound system I think :)
I've not listened to the speakers from a TV in about 10 years!
#7
Ordered the 46" for same price other day :( although i did get £85 worth pf clubcard vouchers off the price
#8
This only has a 12 month guarantee,
which appears to be causing me a quandary :)
#9
I don't know if John Lewis do this model but they do price match this retailer which would give you a 5 yr warranty.
#10
windym
I don't know if John Lewis do this model but they do price match this retailer which would give you a 5 yr warranty.

Shhh... Don't say things like that after I've already ordered mine. I'm not even going to check! Haha.
#11
Richdog
dz1
Never again will I buy a Samsung 6 series TV. The sound quality is terrible even with good quality external speakers attached. This is an area neglected by modern TVs because people and reviewers put up with it.

What a load of rubbish... the sound is great with good quality external speakers attached. It has a digital output...

Who cares if it has digital output. The sound is still crap compared to LCD TVs from ten years ago and more. The problem I think is that they are skimping on the amplifier and the second problem is people like you who are too willing to defend crap.
#12
stuando1
windym
I don't know if John Lewis do this model but they do price match this retailer which would give you a 5 yr warranty.

Shhh... Don't say things like that after I've already ordered mine. I'm not even going to check! Haha.

I just checked and they don't do the 48 inch but 46 inch one, unless I missed it.

My bad it's richer sounds and it's for £599.99 here

JL only don't seem to do the H6500 series

Edited By: Shazzz on Jul 25, 2014 18:15
#13
the speakers are poor because the tv is thin, it's not possible to fit good speakers in that space hence using the digital connection to run to external speakers.
thin tv with poor speakers or thick tv with better speakers, you can't have it both ways
#14
Does anyone know what happened to the 7000 series? Would love another one but cant find them anywhere.
#15
Shazzz
stuando1
windym
I don't know if John Lewis do this model but they do price match this retailer which would give you a 5 yr warranty.

Shhh... Don't say things like that after I've already ordered mine. I'm not even going to check! Haha.

I just checked and they don't do the 48 inch but 46 inch one, unless I missed it.

My bad it's richer sounds and it's for £599.99 here

JL only don't seem to do the H6500 series


The richer sounds deal is an F and not H, meaning it's the 2013 range (I'm sure?). I learned too much doing research, haha.
#16
Also, they only price match like for like and there is no 5 yr warranty here right?

Not many places selling this 6500, I do not know why...
#17
stuando1
Shazzz
stuando1
windym
I don't know if John Lewis do this model but they do price match this retailer which would give you a 5 yr warranty.

Shhh... Don't say things like that after I've already ordered mine. I'm not even going to check! Haha.

I just checked and they don't do the 48 inch but 46 inch one, unless I missed it.

My bad it's richer sounds and it's for £599.99 here

JL only don't seem to do the H6500 series


The richer sounds deal is an F and not H, meaning it's the 2013 range (I'm sure?). I learned too much doing research, haha.

Oh yeah! My mistake, it does go to show that this is quite a good deal or that richer sounds price for that tv is terrible.
#18
It's a good deal I reckon! :)
I will likely go for it.

Depends how much you value a 5 year warranty. My current LCD is 7-8 yrs old and no problems :)
#19
Think the F model is dual core and the 2014 H model has quad.

Got the 48H6500 from co ops ebay branch for £650 start of world cup, well pleased. (_;)
#20
This or SONY BRAVIA KDL-42W8 with 5y warranty :|
#21
windym
I don't know if John Lewis do this model but they do price match this retailer which would give you a 5 yr warranty.

They seem to do EVERY other TV apart from this one. Loads of Samsungs on there all floating around the right model number but none the same. Would have had this else.
#22
Looking at the spec this appears to be identical to the UEH6400 but with a twin tuner, therefore picture quality should be identical.
Can anyone confirm.
#23
kennwms
Looking at the spec this appears to be identical to the UEH6400 but with a twin tuner, therefore picture quality should be identical.
Can anyone confirm.


Yeah that is what I thought. It also looks slightly different, losing the clear plastic surrounding the bezel. Other than that I don't know.
banned#24
That's a bargain!
#25
dz1
Richdog
dz1
Never again will I buy a Samsung 6 series TV. The sound quality is terrible even with good quality external speakers attached. This is an area neglected by modern TVs because people and reviewers put up with it.

What a load of rubbish... the sound is great with good quality external speakers attached. It has a digital output...

Who cares if it has digital output. The sound is still crap compared to LCD TVs from ten years ago and more. The problem I think is that they are skimping on the amplifier and the second problem is people like you who are too willing to defend crap.

Which model year of 6 series did you buy? It's a bit unfair to tar another years TV with the same brush as yours. I own an H6400 (I know that this is a 6500 but it should be identical apart from twin tuners) and it is definitely above average sound quality for an LCD. It is direct lit which means it can't be made super slim. It is also quite bulbous where the speakers are located. Physics is the limitation for sound quality in slim designs. I'm certainly satisfied with the sound quality. Even CRTs wouldn't approach audiophile quality. Several reviewers mention the sound quality being above average.
#26
Questions answered :)
I think it also has slightly different motion processing (check samsung site).

http://www.avforums.com/threads/samsung-ue48h6400-vs-ue48h6500.1894568/
#27
windym
I don't know if John Lewis do this model but they do price match this retailer which would give you a 5 yr warranty.
They use to sell this same model. I bought mine in the start of the year for £615 using price match. was £750 back then. Theres also a white version which is the 6510. cost £100 more.
#28
fohel
windym
I don't know if John Lewis do this model but they do price match this retailer which would give you a 5 yr warranty.
They use to sell this same model. I bought mine in the start of the year for £615 using price match. was £750 back then. Theres also a white version which is the 6510. cost £100 more.

I wonder whether a cheeky email to them might work. Obviously about whether they could ship one or not.
1 Like #29
dz1
Richdog
dz1
Never again will I buy a Samsung 6 series TV. The sound quality is terrible even with good quality external speakers attached. This is an area neglected by modern TVs because people and reviewers put up with it.

What a load of rubbish... the sound is great with good quality external speakers attached. It has a digital output...

Who cares if it has digital output. The sound is still crap compared to LCD TVs from ten years ago and more. The

problem I think is that they are skimping on the amplifier and the second problem is people like you who are too willing to defend crap.

Oh dear ,silly comment ,majority of buyers want thinner and thinner edge to edge tv that just a fact ,otherwise manufacturers would still be making the LCD you mention ,the connections are there to enable you to sort the sound issues out if you so desire ,like the guy said you can't have it both ways All the brands are faced with this dilemma ,Don't think samsung need defending in the tv dept ,they have some fine tv for sale
#30
This has come along just at the right time for me :) as i was going to order a 6670 model for £799, This is a much better buy for over £200 less very happy.
#31
alphamusic
dz1
Richdog
dz1
Never again will I buy a Samsung 6 series TV. The sound quality is terrible even with good quality external speakers attached. This is an area neglected by modern TVs because people and reviewers put up with it.

What a load of rubbish... the sound is great with good quality external speakers attached. It has a digital output...

Who cares if it has digital output. The sound is still crap compared to LCD TVs from ten years ago and more. The problem I think is that they are skimping on the amplifier and the second problem is people like you who are too willing to defend crap.

Which model year of 6 series did you buy? It's a bit unfair to tar another years TV with the same brush as yours. I own an H6400 (I know that this is a 6500 but it should be identical apart from twin tuners) and it is definitely above average sound quality for an LCD. It is direct lit which means it can't be made super slim. It is also quite bulbous where the speakers are located. Physics is the limitation for sound quality in slim designs. I'm certainly satisfied with the sound quality. Even CRTs wouldn't approach audiophile quality. Several reviewers mention the sound quality being above average.

Mine is the F6400 which is last years model. This years and last years models are almost identical except for minor changes like an updated CPU.

The sound is appalling compared to a 10 year old Samsung LCD TV I own. Overblown bass and terrible sibilance when you try to reduce the overblown bass. Even when I attach good quality speakers it hardly makes any difference to the sound quality. I can't adjust the equalizers when the speakers are attached because the option disappears from the menu. Funny how no reviewer ever mentions this problem, but it is real. Even on my old CRT from 20 years ago i could adjust the equalizers with the speakers connected, so WTF is going on with modern Samsung TV sets?

Can you adjust the equalizers on yours with speakers or headphones connected? Probably not as they are the same rubbish despite yours being this years model.

Edited By: dz1 on Jul 26, 2014 02:50: -
#32
Pikman
It's a good deal I reckon! :)
I will likely go for it.

Depends how much you value a 5 year warranty. My current LCD is 7-8 yrs old and no problems :)
My Samsung is nearly out of JL's 5 year warranty....I'd heard that LCDs panels only last up to 7 years....perhaps time to Gumtree it and get a new 3D Samsung...or Sony...or Panasonic....aaarrggghh! Decisions! oO
#33
dz1
Who cares if it has digital output. The sound is still crap compared to LCD TVs from ten years ago and more. The problem I think is that they are skimping on the amplifier and the second problem is people like you who are too willing to defend crap.

I care if it has digital output. The sound is not crap, it's just you.

Digital output means I can take a pure, digital signal from my UE55F6400 and plug it into my Onkyo 5.1 amp and enjoy fantastic sound.

Stop spouting rubbish.
#34
dz1
Richdog
dz1
Never again will I buy a Samsung 6 series TV. The sound quality is terrible even with good quality external speakers attached. This is an area neglected by modern TVs because people and reviewers put up with it.

What a load of rubbish... the sound is great with good quality external speakers attached. It has a digital output...

Who cares if it has digital output. The sound is still crap compared to LCD TVs from ten years ago and more. The problem I think is that they are skimping on the amplifier and the second problem is people like you who are too willing to defend crap.

Spoken like someone who knows absolutely nothing about AV equipment.

If you want good sound then use an external source. Full stop.
#35
crazyal
dz1
Who cares if it has digital output. The sound is still crap compared to LCD TVs from ten years ago and more. The problem I think is that they are skimping on the amplifier and the second problem is people like you who are too willing to defend crap.

I care if it has digital output. The sound is not crap, it's just you.

Digital output means I can take a pure, digital signal from my UE55F6400 and plug it into my Onkyo 5.1 amp and enjoy fantastic sound.

Stop spouting rubbish.

A pure digital signal is not going to fix the problem with the overblown bass this TV has. But if that's what you like then enjoy the rubbish sound.



Edited By: dz1 on Jul 26, 2014 13:35: -
#36
Richdog
dz1
Richdog
dz1
Never again will I buy a Samsung 6 series TV. The sound quality is terrible even with good quality external speakers attached. This is an area neglected by modern TVs because people and reviewers put up with it.

What a load of rubbish... the sound is great with good quality external speakers attached. It has a digital output...

Who cares if it has digital output. The sound is still crap compared to LCD TVs from ten years ago and more. The problem I think is that they are skimping on the amplifier and the second problem is people like you who are too willing to defend crap.

Spoken like someone who knows absolutely nothing about AV equipment.

If you want good sound then use an external source. Full stop.

Attaching good quality speakers should be sufficient to get good quality sound from a TV. The fact it's not any more means the problem is with the TV and not with anything connected to it as you are trying to suggest.
#37
To some though, the problem doesn't matter, as we don't need to use the TV speakers. Buying it for the image quality :)
#38
Pikman
To some though, the problem doesn't matter, as we don't need to use the TV speakers. Buying it for the image quality :)

As I've already said several times before, I am not using the TV speakers.
#39
Specifically, I'm using an AV amp to process sound before it hits the TV at all :)
Best buy I've made.
#40
dz1
Richdog
dz1
Richdog
dz1
Never again will I buy a Samsung 6 series TV. The sound quality is terrible even with good quality external speakers attached. This is an area neglected by modern TVs because people and reviewers put up with it.

What a load of rubbish... the sound is great with good quality external speakers attached. It has a digital output...

Who cares if it has digital output. The sound is still crap compared to LCD TVs from ten years ago and more. The problem I think is that they are skimping on the amplifier and the second problem is people like you who are too willing to defend crap.

Spoken like someone who knows absolutely nothing about AV equipment.

If you want good sound then use an external source. Full stop.

Attaching good quality speakers should be sufficient to get good quality sound from a TV. The fact it's not any more means the problem is with the TV and not with anything connected to it as you are trying to suggest.

What AV equipment do you have it hooked up to?

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