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SAMSUNG UE55KS8000 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" LED TV £1,449.00 after discount coupon (plus possible quidco) @ Currys

£1449.00 @ Currys
standard price £1549.. £100 off using voucher code TV100 plus 10% quidco. plus offers on Save £170 on the Samsung UBD-K8500 4K Blu-ray player when you buy this TV. Read More
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standard price £1549.. £100 off using voucher code TV100 plus 10% quidco. plus offers on Save £170 on the Samsung UBD-K8500 4K Blu-ray player when you buy this TV.
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2 Likes #1
You can't code stack at currys
#2
Twin freeview and freesat, meaning you can record :)
#3
Bear in mind Currys put their prices up 4 weeks before Black Friday, so when they advertise Black Friday deals with a big discount, they use the price the increased 4 weeks ago. I would personally wait till Black Friday to see what that offers.
banned#4
I want this TV so much but only got a budget of £1000 :-/
#5
Lw.jarvis
Bear in mind Currys put their prices up 4 weeks before Black Friday, so when they advertise Black Friday deals with a big discount, they use the price the increased 4 weeks ago. I would personally wait till Black Friday to see what that offers.


I don't disagree with waiting for black friday but I've seen no evidence of this being any cheaper
#6
Does that code (TV10%) still actually work? i tried it on the Panasonic 58dx902b and it said it was expired.
2 Likes #7
this is the tv im waiting for... just not at that price! hoping for a deal around £1000 on black friday.
#8
The Step up in size from 55" to 65" is massive and yet the price difference isn't as much as you would expect.
I just picked up the 65" version of this model and it stands me at £1690 after Cashback , the 55" would work out at around £1330 after Cashback.
If 55" is what you are after I can confirm this is a superb TV with great built in speakers, much better than most in fact. I was considering a sound bar but after listening to the built in sound I have decided not to have that additional piece of kit sat in front of my TV and kept my money in my wallet.
The setttings take a bit of playing around but when you get them set right the picture is mind-blowing. HD looks fantastic too although much depends on the source quality.
Mine happily plays Xvids/Mp4's/Avi's straight off the USB stick which plugs into the connect box , situated away from the TV for ease of access and to keep cabling to a minimum.

Premiership games on BT Sport 4k UHD are just stunning and sets a whole new standard of quality , just a shame content isn't more widely available , in time though I am sure it will be and you will have the right TV to watch it all on ;)


Edited By: rooney10 on Oct 30, 2016 12:32: typo
#9
paulanscombe
this is the tv im waiting for... just not at that price! hoping for a deal around £1000 on black friday.

Not a chance for this model and I'll stand by my statement ;)

The flagship models (or those close to the flagship as it is in this case) will drop to a certain price point before being discontinued and replaced by a newer model. That price point will not reach £1000 by the end of this year , no chance.

Edited By: rooney10 on Oct 30, 2016 12:14
#10
rooney10
paulanscombe
this is the tv im waiting for... just not at that price! hoping for a deal around £1000 on black friday.
Not a chance for this model and I'll stand by my statement ;)
The flagship models (or those close to the flagship as it is in this case) will drop to a certain price point before being discontinued and replaced by a newer model. That price point will not reach £1000 by the end of this year , no chance.

i dont mind waiting a month or so after black friday.. already passed on it at £1330 but will likely bite at anthing under £1200 :)
#11
rooney10
The Step up in size from 55" to 65" is massive and yet the price difference isn't as much as you would expect.
I just picked up the 65" version of this model and it stands me at £1690 after Cashback , the 55" would work out at around £1330 after Cashback.
If 55" is what you are after I can confirm this is a superb TV with great built in speakers, much better than most in fact. I was considering a sound bar but after listening to the built in sound I have decided not to have that additional piece of kit sat in front of my TV and kept my money in my wallet.
The setttings take a bit of playing around but when you get them set right the picture is mind-blowing. HD looks fantastic too although much depends on the source quality.
Mine happily plays Xvids/Mp4's/Avi's straight off the USB stick which plugs into the connect box , situated away from the TV for ease of access and to keep cabling to a minimum.

Premiership games on BT Sport 4k UHD are just stunning and sets a whole new standard of quality , just a shame content isn't more widely available , in time though I am sure it will be and you will have the right TV to watch it all on ;)


thanks for the file type info.. have you tried MKV files yet?

indeed this is THE led 4k tv to get right now. every review is fantastic and scores very high on Rtings.com along with the ks7000 which is basically idential but has an awful stand and the back plastic glue melts and it comes away slightly. but that model is 200-300 cheaper.

next best thing until OLED and Full Array HDR becomes affordable
#12
cbillson
Does that code (TV10%) still actually work? i tried it on the Panasonic 58dx902b and it said it was expired.


only if the TV listed.. there is a pic on the photi
#13
cbillson
Does that code (TV10%) still actually work? i tried it on the Panasonic 58dx902b and it said it was expired.
Hasn't worked for three days!!
#14
only on certain models.. you'll see it against each tv or not
#15
the porter
You can't code stack at currys
Correct i been looking at this for 2 days. And i decided to buy with the 100 off, 4k player, and cashback ... I was refused to stack the codes.
And seeing im abroad i was refused the purchase of ks8000 and 100 off.
So :P ...Dam Currys wtf!
1 Like #16
CharlesCUK
Lw.jarvis
Bear in mind Currys put their prices up 4 weeks before Black Friday, so when they advertise Black Friday deals with a big discount, they use the price the increased 4 weeks ago. I would personally wait till Black Friday to see what that offers.
I don't disagree with waiting for black friday but I've seen no evidence of this being any cheaper
Agree with the cash back, 100 off marked price, this is the best deal out there cost wise apart from used/refurbished.
#17
does these come with the black stand or the silver stand? on curry's images its showing both?
#18
mcormack
cbillson
Does that code (TV10%) still actually work? i tried it on the Panasonic 58dx902b and it said it was expired.
Hasn't worked for three days!!
Apologies, (works on certain models!)
#19
#20
The ks7000 is a 10 bit tv as it is a uhd premium certified television and one of the requirements for that is for the tv to have a 10 bit panel.
#21
I got the 49" version of this from JL fab tv love this

Edited By: steve10574 on Oct 31, 2016 23:21
#22
Gjot92
The ks7000 is a 10 bit tv as it is a uhd premium certified television and one of the requirements for that is for the tv to have a 10 bit panel.

I am still not sure about the ks7000 as having literally looked up the uhd premium certified spec on a few websites it says 10bit signal rather than panel? I assume the ks7000 supports a 10bit signal as the link Mcormack provided listed 8bit + frc to get the 1.07billion colours a 10bit signal equates too? If the certification does only cover signal not panel then that's a glaring hole IMHO and no wonder these manufacturers have found some interpolation techniques to eek some further life out of 8bit panels yet still meet the standard :-(
#23
steve10574
I got the 49" version of this from JL fab tv love this

what colour stand did you get?
#24
rooney10
The Step up in size from 55" to 65" is massive and yet the price difference isn't as much as you would expect.
I just picked up the 65" version of this model and it stands me at £1690 after Cashback , the 55" would work out at around £1330 after Cashback.
If 55" is what you are after I can confirm this is a superb TV with great built in speakers, much better than most in fact. I was considering a sound bar but after listening to the built in sound I have decided not to have that additional piece of kit sat in front of my TV and kept my money in my wallet.
The setttings take a bit of playing around but when you get them set right the picture is mind-blowing. HD looks fantastic too although much depends on the source quality.
Mine happily plays Xvids/Mp4's/Avi's straight off the USB stick which plugs into the connect box , situated away from the TV for ease of access and to keep cabling to a minimum.

Premiership games on BT Sport 4k UHD are just stunning and sets a whole new standard of quality , just a shame content isn't more widely available , in time though I am sure it will be and you will have the right TV to watch it all on ;)



what colour stand did you get?
#25
iz123456789
rooney10
The Step up in size from 55" to 65" is massive and yet the price difference isn't as much as you would expect.
I just picked up the 65" version of this model and it stands me at £1690 after Cashback , the 55" would work out at around £1330 after Cashback.
If 55" is what you are after I can confirm this is a superb TV with great built in speakers, much better than most in fact. I was considering a sound bar but after listening to the built in sound I have decided not to have that additional piece of kit sat in front of my TV and kept my money in my wallet.
The setttings take a bit of playing around but when you get them set right the picture is mind-blowing. HD looks fantastic too although much depends on the source quality.
Mine happily plays Xvids/Mp4's/Avi's straight off the USB stick which plugs into the connect box , situated away from the TV for ease of access and to keep cabling to a minimum.
Premiership games on BT Sport 4k UHD are just stunning and sets a whole new standard of quality , just a shame content isn't more widely available , in time though I am sure it will be and you will have the right TV to watch it all on ;)
what colour stand did you get?

Silver , think they all are - the pictures make it look like its black , I doubt they even do a black stand on this model
#26
Njay
Gjot92
The ks7000 is a 10 bit tv as it is a uhd premium certified television and one of the requirements for that is for the tv to have a 10 bit panel.
I am still not sure about the ks7000 as having literally looked up the uhd premium certified spec on a few websites it says 10bit signal rather than panel? I assume the ks7000 supports a 10bit signal as the link Mcormack provided listed 8bit + frc to get the 1.07billion colours a 10bit signal equates too? If the certification does only cover signal not panel then that's a glaring hole IMHO and no wonder these manufacturers have found some interpolation techniques to eek some further life out of 8bit panels yet still meet the standard :-(

This is not a 10 bit panel

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/02f2431
#27
golfer2007
Njay
Gjot92
The ks7000 is a 10 bit tv as it is a uhd premium certified television and one of the requirements for that is for the tv to have a 10 bit panel.
I am still not sure about the ks7000 as having literally looked up the uhd premium certified spec on a few websites it says 10bit signal rather than panel? I assume the ks7000 supports a 10bit signal as the link Mcormack provided listed 8bit + frc to get the 1.07billion colours a 10bit signal equates too? If the certification does only cover signal not panel then that's a glaring hole IMHO and no wonder these manufacturers have found some interpolation techniques to eek some further life out of 8bit panels yet still meet the standard :-(
This is not a 10 bit panelhttp://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/02f2431

Actually to be fair to Gjot92 there is a thread elsewhere where someone has been in touch with Samsung who have confirmed that it IS a 10bit panel

The confusion seems to stem from the US market where the 7000 series is lower spec than the European market. Website such as the one you linked to aren't the European version I guess?
#28
rooney10
iz123456789
rooney10
The Step up in size from 55" to 65" is massive and yet the price difference isn't as much as you would expect.
I just picked up the 65" version of this model and it stands me at £1690 after Cashback , the 55" would work out at around £1330 after Cashback.
If 55" is what you are after I can confirm this is a superb TV with great built in speakers, much better than most in fact. I was considering a sound bar but after listening to the built in sound I have decided not to have that additional piece of kit sat in front of my TV and kept my money in my wallet.
The setttings take a bit of playing around but when you get them set right the picture is mind-blowing. HD looks fantastic too although much depends on the source quality.
Mine happily plays Xvids/Mp4's/Avi's straight off the USB stick which plugs into the connect box , situated away from the TV for ease of access and to keep cabling to a minimum.
Premiership games on BT Sport 4k UHD are just stunning and sets a whole new standard of quality , just a shame content isn't more widely available , in time though I am sure it will be and you will have the right TV to watch it all on ;)
what colour stand did you get?
Silver , think they all are - the pictures make it look like its black , I doubt they even do a black stand on this model
Yup silver big heavy thing its up on the wall now though
#29
no sign of this going anywhere near £1000 today :(

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