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Samsung UE49KS7000 Silver - 49inch 4K Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot £818.99 + £4.99 postage @ Co-Op Electrical

£818.99 @ Co-op Electrical
Lowest I've seen this so far. Samsung UE49KS7000 49" SUHD Premium LED TV SUHD Premium Precision ULTRA Black Panel QUANTUM DOT Technology Premium SMART Voice Remote Control FreeviewHD Di… Read More
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5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago
Lowest I've seen this so far.

Samsung UE49KS7000 49" SUHD Premium LED TV

SUHD Premium Precision ULTRA Black Panel

QUANTUM DOT Technology

Premium SMART Voice Remote Control

FreeviewHD Digital Tuner

Refresh Rate: 2100 - PQI

Smart Hub - Wifi Built-in

Smart Things Hub

AUTO Depth Enhancer

UHD - Dimming Technology

Quantum Dot Colour Technology

4 x HDMI / 3 x USB Input

Use discount code 'ALL60' to bring this down to 818.99
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5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago
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1 Like #1
Better to pay 834 on currys and get 5 year warranty as I believe co-op is only 1 year
#2
Does this come with the standard 5 yr warranty like everywhere else or is that extra. Can't see it mentioning 5 yrs included anywhere.
#3
£4.99 postage
1 Like #4
sumpter
Better to pay 834 on currys and get 5 year warranty as I believe co-op is only 1 year


Fair point didn't realise currys were offering 5 years on this! Showing at £879 on their website for me though?
#5
Surely worth the extra £100 for the 55?
2 Likes #6
jay1
£4.99 postage


dealbreaker!!! ;)
#7
sumpter
Better to pay 834 on currys and get 5 year warranty as I believe co-op is only 1 year


How did you get it for 834?
#8
8bit or 10bit??
#9
danangdevils2
8bit or 10bit??


10.
#10
This is the only TV in 49 inch which is 10bit..
#11
MissiveUK
This is the only TV in 49 inch which is 10bit..

The KS8000 is also 49" and 10bit.
#12
Am I right in saying this has HDR10? Trying to find the TV on rting but can't find it
#13
pwb1988
Am I right in saying this has HDR10? Trying to find the TV on rting but can't find it


Yes it is HDR 10 ;)
#14
Superb TV and awesome price. Paid 1099 not long ago. Can't fault it. It has absolutely everything future proof so don't wait and grab this gem while still available!
#15
Just bought this set.... Amazing TV the picture blows your mind :)

Avforums gave it 9/10
#16
Just went up on price
#17
pwb1988
Am I right in saying this has HDR10? Trying to find the TV on rting but can't find it


this tv is the same as the KS8000 on rtings so look that up instead.
#18
pwb1988
Am I right in saying this has HDR10? Trying to find the TV on rting but can't find it


The US version is the KS8000 so that's where you will find it on Rtings. Confusing of Samsung I know
#19
pwb1988
Am I right in saying this has HDR10? Trying to find the TV on rting but can't find it
Here's a good UK test site review. http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/ue49ks7000-201610234374.htm
#20
markbird85
pwb1988
Am I right in saying this has HDR10? Trying to find the TV on rting but can't find it
The US version is the KS8000 so that's where you will find it on Rtings. Confusing of Samsung I know

No, the KS8000 is also out here in the UK, but slightly different to the KS7000 in that it has dual tuners. I am waiting for a deal on the KS8000 personally so I can bin my freeview box off when I upgrade my TV. The panel is the same though from that point of view.

Edited By: ctafield on Nov 24, 2016 08:24
#21
If you have more budget, I would get the KS8000, better specs than the 7000 with Supreme UHD Dimming, higher PQI, better speakers...
#22
ctafield
markbird85
pwb1988
Am I right in saying this has HDR10? Trying to find the TV on rting but can't find it
The US version is the KS8000 so that's where you will find it on Rtings. Confusing of Samsung I know

No, the KS8000 is also out here in the UK, but slightly different to the KS7000 in that it has dual tuners. I am waiting for a deal on the KS8000 personally so I can bin my freeview box off when I upgrade my TV. The panel is the same though from that point of view.


The KS7000 is the KS8000 in America. The KS8000 in Europe is called the KS9500 in America
#23
Back up at £878 on the link :(
#24
Sony 55XD8577/8599 Or UE55KS7000 ? Both same price point , Any one can advice which is the best for the money ?
#25
RajUK
Sony 55XD8577/8599 Or UE55KS7000 ? Both same price point , Any one can advice which is the best for the money ?


Most definitely the Samsung. That particular Sony uses an IPS Panel so contrast is nothing compared to the KS7000 which uses VA. Gaming lag is also much lower on the Samsung if you intend on using it to play games. Build quality on the Sony will be better and viewing angles will also be slightly better.
#26
Just to let people know you can still use the "ALL60" discount code to get £60 off
I used a family members memerbership card to get a further 5% off what brought it all down to £780 plus shipping but for some reasons is showing £736 on the email
2 Likes #27
I have the KS7500 (Similar but curved panel). Great TV in terms of the display, But...

The Smart side of things is shockingly bad. (Assuming this will be the same on the 7000
Netflix keeps crashing
Youtube, when you do a search, all of the results appear in a pile on top of each other
Plex, Crashes at least once every 3 days and requires a hard reboot of the TV
Main Smart Hub - as you hover over certain icons, e.g. netflix, it should bring up a menu above the main home menu with, currently watching, or reccomendatons - every so often this will just appear with nothing in the menu.

If you're okay with the issues with the Smart apps then this TV is amazing, picture quality is fantastic and as long as it's in game mode, input lag isn't an issue (as of an update a while ago, you can now use HDR whilst in game mode so PS4 Pro compatible games look and play fantastic)

The only negative I have about the picture quality is the viewing angles from above are not great. This may only affect the curved ks7500 but If you have the TV on a stand and you look down at it whilst stood up, it's very washed out and really not great.

Also of note - this TV does not come with a built in Smart Things hub as is described. It requires a USB dongle called 'Smart Things Extend' which doesn't come with the TV. Samsung say it will be available for free to owners of 7, 8 and 9 series 2016 TVs this year but 2016 is running out and still no word on a date it will be available in the UK.
1 Like #28
hero9989
I have the KS7500 (Similar but curved panel).
The only negative I have about the picture quality is the viewing angles from above are not great. This may only affect the curved ks7500 but If you have the TV on a stand and you look down at it whilst stood up, it's very washed out and really not great.

This is a known issue with any VA panel... they need to pretty much viewed head to get the best picture. Much to the side, above or below and it will look washed out. That's just a limitation of the technology and any VA panel will be the same. If viewing angles are a concern, people should check out IPS panels which are far better in this regard, but generally don't have as good contrast and the blacks will be slightly worse.
1 Like #29
I wanted to buy this TV but the feet are so far apart if (like me) you do not want to wall mount it. It needs a very wide unit to stand it on (the feet are around 110cm apart). I'm hoping the 8000 with the central stand comes down in price tomorrow - fingers crossed!

Edited By: Gazfaz on Nov 24, 2016 12:14
#30
Gazfaz
I wanted to buy this TV but the feet are so far apart if (like me) you do not want to wall mount it. It needs a very wide unit to stand it on (the feet are around 110cm apart). I'm hoping the 8000 with the central stand comes down in price tomorrow - fingers crossed!

Waiting for the same thing myself, got a grand here burning a hole in my pocket lol
#31
TeamPlayer87
Back up at £878 on the link :(
£60 disc code.
#32
£799 at hificonfidential.co.uk with a 5yr warranty
#33
Very good TV, somewhere people have complained about crap SD channel picture quality, what that means?
#34
MissiveUK
Very good TV, somewhere people have complained about crap SD channel picture quality, what that means?

It's when viewing a standard definition feed it's a problem with a lot of 4k sets to be honest.
#35
markbird85
ctafield
markbird85
pwb1988
Am I right in saying this has HDR10? Trying to find the TV on rting but can't find it
The US version is the KS8000 so that's where you will find it on Rtings. Confusing of Samsung I know
No, the KS8000 is also out here in the UK, but slightly different to the KS7000 in that it has dual tuners. I am waiting for a deal on the KS8000 personally so I can bin my freeview box off when I upgrade my TV. The panel is the same though from that point of view.
The KS7000 is the KS8000 in America. The KS8000 in Europe is called the KS9500 in America
markbird85
ctafield
[quote=markbird85][quote=pwb1988] Am I right in saying this has HDR10? Trying to find the TV on rting but can't find it
The US version is the KS8000 so that's where you will find it on Rtings. Confusing of Samsung I know
The point is, the KS8000 is NOT the same set in the UK. The KS8000 in the UK has extra dimming zones (as well as other features) for better control of contrast ratio. I've seen this misinformation on here in the past and just wanted to clarify. The UK KS7000 is not the same as the UK KS8000.
#36
gazman090970
MissiveUK
Very good TV, somewhere people have complained about crap SD channel picture quality, what that means?

It's when viewing a standard definition feed it's a problem with a lot of 4k sets to be honest.


Which channels? I got sky Q... are u referring to direct aerial channels not via sky boxes? Sorry never ever used Aerial so don't know?

Edited By: MissiveUK on Nov 24, 2016 15:53: Typo
#37
mcormack
£799 at hificonfidential.co.uk with a 5yr warranty
Cant seem to see it on there at that price.
#38
Curry's online 799

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