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Samsung UE55KS7000 Silver - 55inch 4K Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot Colour for under £1000 with code £999.00 @ Co-op Electrical

£999.00 @ Co-op Electrical
This is the lowest price seen using code TVS100 to get £100 off the listed price of £1099. Cashback available via Quidco /Topcashback with a further £20. Was 8.4% at topcashback so may be increase… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
This is the lowest price seen using code TVS100 to get £100 off the listed price of £1099.

Cashback available via Quidco /Topcashback with a further £20. Was 8.4% at topcashback so may be increased again?

Only 12 month guarantee so not as good as John Lewis / Richer Sounds and not sure if they would price match?

Hope it may help someone

Product Info;

Welcome to a new world of incredible picture quality. The revolutionary KS7000 SUHD TV with Quantum Dot Display doesn?t just raise the bar, it changes the game.

The KS7000 SUHD with Quantum Dot Display delivers a new world of colour, brightness and contrast, embodied in a truly immersive ultra slim bezeless 360 degree design. TVs until now weren?t able to display all colours of the world we see around us. SUHD with Quantum Dot display changes all that by expressing an exceptionally wide range of colors and breathing life into each and every one of them, giving you perfect picture quality with the most true to life colors.

Incredible brightness levels deliver the very best in HDR viewing experience. You will notice remarkable contrast when lightning strikes lighting up the dark night sky and in the darkest shadows, even the smallest detail come to your attention. See movies and TV shows exactly as the director intended through Samsung?s SUHD TV with Quantum Dot display the reference for Hollywood studios.

You can now experience Samsung Smart Hub this is not just a gateway to a world of amazing content; it is a truly immersive entertainment ecosystem.

Locating what you want to watch is a breeze on the new Smart Hub. Quickly access the content you want from a variety of input sources on the Smart Hub home screen. Watch your favourite TV shows using the TV guide, switch to view your favourite box sets through Netflix, Amazon or catch up with shows you have missed through our Catchup content partners all of this is doable without interrupting what you are currently watching and all from the Smart Hub home screen.

Who needs a games console when you can access a wealth of video games in the cloud straight from your SUHD TV. Access a huge array of games all in ultra-high definition without the need to invest in a console, play alongside your favourite football stars and race against the best racing drivers directly though your SUHD TV.

You can now access and control all your devices with our Premium Smart Remote which recognises the set top box you have connected to your TV allowing you to control your TV and external devices with one remote*. And its now really quick and easy to Connect & Share photo?s and videos directly from your phone whether this is an iOS or Android device with a single press of a button. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy a trip down memory lane with family and friends.

Experience a new world of possibilities as our SUHD TV?s enable you to create your very own SmartThings ecosystem. With a wide variety of sensors and inputs work harmoniously with your TV you can control everything from lighting to heating, monitor your baby sleeping or check homework is being done all directly controllable from your SUHD TV.

Samsung SUHD TV delivers the very best in Picture Quality, the ultimate in HDR viewing experience and opens up an incredible entertainment ecosystem all at the touch of button.
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4 Likes #1
why can't ks8000 be this price... i hate the damn stand. its so far apart and so damn ugly!
#2
iz123456789
why can't ks8000 be this price... i hate the damn stand. its so far apart and so damn ugly!
Agreed ... I just bought the ks7000 60 inch for 999.99 on Ebay refurb. Wanted the ks8000 :) But was put off by some family members not to buy a expensive tv. 1150.00 for the ks8000 55 inch refurb on Ebay. So after seeing the ks7000 60 inch which is usually 1449.99 (after code), i just had to press the buy button didnt I! 150 cheaper and 5 inches bigger.
#3
If only I could get Currys to price match this! Hot deal!!
#4
I'm not sure whether John Lewis or even Richer Sounds would price match this, because Co-op actual retail price is in fact the same as Curry's, John Lewis etc. The use of voucher or discount codes, from my personal experience, has been excluded when they consider price matching.

On a separate note, as exceptionally well built as this and most Samsung TV's are, personally, I would purchase it from Curry's or John Lewis for £100 more with the 5 year warranty included.
#5
I can confirm John Lewis will not price match if you have to use a code.

I asked a few weeks ago about this same TV when Currys had a 10% code (listed here).

The JL 'rules' for price match are that the deal has to be openly advertised to all customers
JL Reply below

"Thank you for your email.

Sadly, we are unable to include the use of the voucher code "TV10%".

Our Never Knowingly Undersold policy states;

"The competitor’s prices need to be publicly available to all customers. For us to verify these prices, they need to be displayed in the competitor’s own shop or on their website.

We do consider temporarily discounted prices, including any publicly available voucher codes that are published alongside the product at the point of purchase, or on the competitor’s website."

This voucher code is not publicly available on the competitors website meaning we are unable to match the price obtained with the use of this voucher code.

I appreciate that this is not the outcome you were hoping for and if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact me again"



Edited By: mikelyons on Nov 04, 2016 13:01: Formatting
1 Like #6
Can see this been sub £900 before Xmas
#7
Is it 10 Bit or 8 Bit?
#8
iz123456789
why can't ks8000 be this price... i hate the damn stand. its so far apart and so damn ugly!

Surely at this size you'd put it on the wall?
#9
Got 49 inch. This TV is amazing! Good price but maybe paying a little bit more for John Lewis 5 year warranty is not such a bad idea
2 Likes #10
mcormack
Is it 10 Bit or 8 Bit?
This comes up on every thread for this TV it seems...! But it is 10 bit, UHD premium certified.
1 Like #11
mcormack
Is it 10 Bit or 8 Bit?
http://www.whathifi.com/samsung/ue55ks7000/review says 10 bit
1 Like #12
mcormack
Is it 10 Bit or 8 Bit?


10 bit, premium panel and its amazing :)
2 Likes #13
Just a TV like any other TV. Rectangular picture and shows some tat. Don't be fooled by all these new gimmicks.
#14
Somebody in the shop said "Dolby Vision" is a necessity for a UHD TV.................??
#15
iz123456789
why can't ks8000 be this price... i hate the damn stand. its so far apart and so damn ugly!

I'm trying to decide whether waiting for Black Friday will be a better option to see if the KS8000 drops a bit lower or whether to buy this now - looking to get a replacement stand to work with existing furniture as only the Panasonic TX-xxDX750 has adjustable feet.
2 Likes #16
blanka
Heat for the TV. But for gamers, look into the specs more. Yes 4K tick, HDR 10 bit check. But the FPS, speed refresh (lag/ image movement) isn't anything special. Great for the price of the TV, but if you're expecting the perfect gaming experience, this is not.
Regardless of the TV and non hardcore gamers, this is a good enough TV at a reasonable price.


http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ks8000

It actually has great reviews for gaming. Much lower input lag than the LG OLED. Best 10bit panel tv for mixed usage for under £1000. (for the uninitiated the ks8000 in the USA is the KS7000 in Europe. This review is on an American site thus the USA code)
2 Likes #17
I have the 49" version and I love it. If you get one, first thing you should do is enable HDMI CEC. With very little config at all, the supplied BT remote control now does the TV, surround sound (via HDMI ARC), TiVo and my Android box. I have had it a month and still not felt the urge to re-program my Harmony remote.

Two words of warning though. First, my WiFi would not connect to anything (WPA, WEP, unsecured nor phone hotspot). Could be a one off. Second, the connections to this TV are in a break out box. Brilliant if you have this on a table. Rubbish if you are going to wall mount it. It has taken me hours to get a cable arrangement I am happy with.
#18
Phil_G
I have the 49" version and I love it. If you get one, first thing you should do is enable HDMI CEC. With very little config at all, the supplied BT remote control now does the TV, surround sound (via HDMI ARC), TiVo and my Android box. I have had it a month and still not felt the urge to re-program my Harmony remote.

Two words of warning though. First, my WiFi would not connect to anything (WPA, WEP, unsecured nor phone hotspot). Could be a one off. Second, the connections to this TV are in a break out box. Brilliant if you have this on a table. Rubbish if you are going to wall mount it. It has taken me hours to get a cable arrangement I am happy with.


Not having wifi is a problem unless you can manually update the tv software via a usb stick. I would send it back if it is under warranty.
3 Likes #19
blanka
Heat for the TV. But for gamers, look into the specs more. Yes 4K tick, HDR 10 bit check. But the FPS, speed refresh (lag/ image movement) isn't anything special. Great for the price of the TV, but if you're expecting the perfect gaming experience, this is not.
Regardless of the TV and non hardcore gamers, this is a good enough TV at a reasonable price.

Not true at all! Check your facts 21ms with gaming mode on: https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ks7000-ue55ks7000-uhd-4k-tv-review.12659#sectionAnchor46220
#20
pannan
blanka
Heat for the TV. But for gamers, look into the specs more. Yes 4K tick, HDR 10 bit check. But the FPS, speed refresh (lag/ image movement) isn't anything special. Great for the price of the TV, but if you're expecting the perfect gaming experience, this is not.
Regardless of the TV and non hardcore gamers, this is a good enough TV at a reasonable price.

Not true at all! Check your facts 21ms with gaming mode on: https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ks7000-ue55ks7000-uhd-4k-tv-review.12659#sectionAnchor46220


I've been looking the top specs TV's. Least of the new releases. This will not compare. I went to a gaming show with similar specs difference to the new flagship and there is a big difference. Like I said it's to the hardcore gamers not casual gamers.
3 Likes #21
blanka
pannan
blanka
Heat for the TV. But for gamers, look into the specs more. Yes 4K tick, HDR 10 bit check. But the FPS, speed refresh (lag/ image movement) isn't anything special. Great for the price of the TV, but if you're expecting the perfect gaming experience, this is not.
Regardless of the TV and non hardcore gamers, this is a good enough TV at a reasonable price.

Not true at all! Check your facts 21ms with gaming mode on: https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ks7000-ue55ks7000-uhd-4k-tv-review.12659#sectionAnchor46220


I've been looking the top specs TV's. Least of the new releases. This will not compare. I went to a gaming show with similar specs difference to the new flagship and there is a big difference. Like I said it's to the hardcore gamers not casual gamers.


Rubbish. Think ill trust the experts over you thanks.
#22
Super price, however, i just bought the JL deal......but does this come with a 5 year warranty?
#23
Phil_G
I have the 49" version and I love it. If you get one, first thing you should do is enable HDMI CEC. With very little config at all, the supplied BT remote control now does the TV, surround sound (via HDMI ARC), TiVo and my Android box. I have had it a month and still not felt the urge to re-program my Harmony remote.

Two words of warning though. First, my WiFi would not connect to anything (WPA, WEP, unsecured nor phone hotspot). Could be a one off. Second, the connections to this TV are in a break out box. Brilliant if you have this on a table. Rubbish if you are going to wall mount it. It has taken me hours to get a cable arrangement I am happy with.

I was thinking the breakout box would be a bonus of wall-mounting surely?

Does this not mean you only have to track enough room for 2 cables (power and break out connector)? I dont have a tracked wall and will be using trunking and if this makes that trunking smaller then that is good imo.

Can you let me know how you see this as bad?

A


Edited By: jinjur on Nov 04, 2016 12:34
1 Like #24
blanka
pannan
blanka
Heat for the TV. But for gamers, look into the specs more. Yes 4K tick, HDR 10 bit check. But the FPS, speed refresh (lag/ image movement) isn't anything special. Great for the price of the TV, but if you're expecting the perfect gaming experience, this is not.
Regardless of the TV and non hardcore gamers, this is a good enough TV at a reasonable price.
Not true at all! Check your facts 21ms with gaming mode on: https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ks7000-ue55ks7000-uhd-4k-tv-review.12659#sectionAnchor46220
I've been looking the top specs TV's. Least of the new releases. This will not compare. I went to a gaming show with similar specs difference to the new flagship and there is a big difference. Like I said it's to the hardcore gamers not casual gamers.

21MS response time is insane for a TV like this. This is one of, if not the best on the market currently, the whole Samsung range are in fact (UHD Premium at least)

'Hardcore' gamers ought to be looking into Monitors if they're serious.
#25
blanka
pannan
blanka
Heat for the TV. But for gamers, look into the specs more. Yes 4K tick, HDR 10 bit check. But the FPS, speed refresh (lag/ image movement) isn't anything special. Great for the price of the TV, but if you're expecting the perfect gaming experience, this is not.
Regardless of the TV and non hardcore gamers, this is a good enough TV at a reasonable price.
Not true at all! Check your facts 21ms with gaming mode on: https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ks7000-ue55ks7000-uhd-4k-tv-review.12659#sectionAnchor46220
I've been looking the top specs TV's. Least of the new releases. This will not compare. I went to a gaming show with similar specs difference to the new flagship and there is a big difference. Like I said it's to the hardcore gamers not casual gamers.
You wont find much lower input lag on a TV. I'm even tempted to say this is one of the lowest (if not the lowest) of all 4K tv's currently on the market for input lag. I'm not sure any TV will get much lower.

As someone else has said, if you want lower input lag then you need to look at monitors.
3 Likes #26
blanka
pannan
blanka
Heat for the TV. But for gamers, look into the specs more. Yes 4K tick, HDR 10 bit check. But the FPS, speed refresh (lag/ image movement) isn't anything special. Great for the price of the TV, but if you're expecting the perfect gaming experience, this is not.
Regardless of the TV and non hardcore gamers, this is a good enough TV at a reasonable price.
Not true at all! Check your facts 21ms with gaming mode on: https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ks7000-ue55ks7000-uhd-4k-tv-review.12659#sectionAnchor46220
I've been looking the top specs TV's. Least of the new releases. This will not compare. I went to a gaming show with similar specs difference to the new flagship and there is a big difference. Like I said it's to the hardcore gamers not casual gamers.
Hard core clown of the month!
#27
craig44uk
blanka
pannan
blanka
Heat for the TV. But for gamers, look into the specs more. Yes 4K tick, HDR 10 bit check. But the FPS, speed refresh (lag/ image movement) isn't anything special. Great for the price of the TV, but if you're expecting the perfect gaming experience, this is not.
Regardless of the TV and non hardcore gamers, this is a good enough TV at a reasonable price.
Not true at all! Check your facts 21ms with gaming mode on: https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ks7000-ue55ks7000-uhd-4k-tv-review.12659#sectionAnchor46220
I've been looking the top specs TV's. Least of the new releases. This will not compare. I went to a gaming show with similar specs difference to the new flagship and there is a big difference. Like I said it's to the hardcore gamers not casual gamers.
Rubbish. Think ill trust the experts over you thanks.

This.

From the AVF review " Game Mode the lag dropped to an excellent 21ms. That's incredibly low for a consumer TV and will certainly be good enough for even the most demanding of gamers."
2 Likes #28
You might want to look at the user review threads on AVForum not just the expert review. Biggest thing that keeps cropping up is light bleed. I personally could not put up with that, oh also the backs coming off!
#29
blanka
Heat for the TV. But for gamers, look into the specs more. Yes 4K tick, HDR 10 bit check. But the FPS, speed refresh (lag/ image movement) isn't anything special. Great for the price of the TV, but if you're expecting the perfect gaming experience, this is not.
Regardless of the TV and non hardcore gamers, this is a good enough TV at a reasonable price.


for competitive gaming 55" is too big anyway
1 Like #30
55" is too big for competitive gaming anyway lol
1 Like #31
craig44uk
blanka
pannan
blanka
Heat for the TV. But for gamers, look into the specs more. Yes 4K tick, HDR 10 bit check. But the FPS, speed refresh (lag/ image movement) isn't anything special. Great for the price of the TV, but if you're expecting the perfect gaming experience, this is not.
Regardless of the TV and non hardcore gamers, this is a good enough TV at a reasonable price.

Not true at all! Check your facts 21ms with gaming mode on: https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ks7000-ue55ks7000-uhd-4k-tv-review.12659#sectionAnchor46220


I've been looking the top specs TV's. Least of the new releases. This will not compare. I went to a gaming show with similar specs difference to the new flagship and there is a big difference. Like I said it's to the hardcore gamers not casual gamers.


Rubbish. Think ill trust the experts over you thanks.


Crack on. It's an opinion from someone seeing it in action. People like opinions from someone who's experienced it. Not every review can be trusted. Don't like the opinion, ignore it. Common sense really.
#32
mcormack
blanka
pannan
blanka
Heat for the TV. But for gamers, look into the specs more. Yes 4K tick, HDR 10 bit check. But the FPS, speed refresh (lag/ image movement) isn't anything special. Great for the price of the TV, but if you're expecting the perfect gaming experience, this is not.
Regardless of the TV and non hardcore gamers, this is a good enough TV at a reasonable price.
Not true at all! Check your facts 21ms with gaming mode on: https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ks7000-ue55ks7000-uhd-4k-tv-review.12659#sectionAnchor46220
I've been looking the top specs TV's. Least of the new releases. This will not compare. I went to a gaming show with similar specs difference to the new flagship and there is a big difference. Like I said it's to the hardcore gamers not casual gamers.
Hard core clown of the month!


That's what your mrs likes to call me when she squeezes my red nose ;)
1 Like #33
Looks great. But I still love 3d.
3 Likes #34
blanka
Crack on. It's an opinion from someone seeing it in action. People like opinions from someone who's experienced it. Not every review can be trusted. Don't like the opinion, ignore it. Common sense really.

Did you offer an opinion? I can't make it out if you did. You seem to be under the impression the input lag is not good but what exactly have you seen to back this up? What exactly have you seen that is better and how did you measure it?

blanka
I've been looking the top specs TV's. Least of the new releases. This will not compare.
Least of the new releases? What does this mean? Will not compare to what?

blanka
I went to a gaming show with similar specs difference to the new flagship and there is a big difference.
What? This doesn't even make sense. "Similar specs difference to the new flagship"? I can't even tell where you're referencing this TV and where you're referening a different one.

Please, if you have objective evidence to back up your opinion on why this TV's input lag is bad, please provide it as it would fly in the face of all the professional reviews I've seen where they measure lag with proper equipment and offer comparisons to specific competitors.
#35
Jaybeam
You might want to look at the user review threads on AVForum not just the expert review. Biggest thing that keeps cropping up is light bleed. I personally could not put up with that, oh also the backs coming off!


Each to their own. Still a great piece of kit for under a grand. ;)
#36
How would this compare to my 1080p sammy 55" plasma, which I think is ace compared to some of the LCD TVs I've seen barring OLED
#37
idbirch
blanka
Crack on. It's an opinion from someone seeing it in action. People like opinions from someone who's experienced it. Not every review can be trusted. Don't like the opinion, ignore it. Common sense really.

Did you offer an opinion? I can't make it out if you did. You seem to be under the impression the input lag is not good but what exactly have you seen to back this up? What exactly have you seen that is better and how did you measure it?

blanka
I've been looking the top specs TV's. Least of the new releases. This will not compare.
Least of the new releases? What does this mean? Will not compare to what?

blanka
I went to a gaming show with similar specs difference to the new flagship and there is a big difference.
What? This doesn't even make sense. "Similar specs difference to the new flagship"? I can't even tell where you're referencing this TV and where you're referening a different one.

Please, if you have objective evidence to back up your opinion on why this TV's input lag is bad, please provide it as it would fly in the face of all the professional reviews I've seen where they measure lag with proper equipment and offer comparisons to specific competitors.




Didn't say it was bad. Said I've seen much better.
#38
blanka
idbirch
blanka
Crack on. It's an opinion from someone seeing it in action. People like opinions from someone who's experienced it. Not every review can be trusted. Don't like the opinion, ignore it. Common sense really.
Did you offer an opinion? I can't make it out if you did. You seem to be under the impression the input lag is not good but what exactly have you seen to back this up? What exactly have you seen that is better and how did you measure it?
blanka
I've been looking the top specs TV's. Least of the new releases. This will not compare.
Least of the new releases? What does this mean? Will not compare to what?
blanka
I went to a gaming show with similar specs difference to the new flagship and there is a big difference.
What? This doesn't even make sense. "Similar specs difference to the new flagship"? I can't even tell where you're referencing this TV and where you're referening a different one.
Please, if you have objective evidence to back up your opinion on why this TV's input lag is bad, please provide it as it would fly in the face of all the professional reviews I've seen where they measure lag with proper equipment and offer comparisons to specific competitors.
Didn't say it was bad. Said I've seen much better.

You can't or won't admit defeat will you,your problem is that it doesn't get much better than this with consumer TV's so you really haven't seen much better than this have you.
banned#39
Are lower quality files, like avi mkv and mp4 type files at 720p and 1080p, which are perfectly acceptable, or even quite good on a 1080p TV. Are they still better quality up-scaled on this KS7000 ?
Thanks
banned#40
Biffo

I'm trying to decide whether waiting for Black Friday will be a better option to see if the KS8000 drops a bit lower or whether to buy this now - looking to get a replacement stand to work with existing furniture as only the Panasonic TX-xxDX750 has adjustable feet.

Yeh me too, but your stand link is genius. I would never had known these were out there.
Biggie fanx. :)

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