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Samsung UE55KS9000 55" 4K HDR Ultra HD Curved Quantum Dot TV £1,499.98 with code @ simply electricals

£1499.98 @ Simply Electricals
One of the top Samsung TV's at the moment in my opinion. Now down to £1499.98 with code GIFT150. Also comes with a 5 year warranty and a 10 year screen burn guarantee. John Lewis will price match … Read More
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One of the top Samsung TV's at the moment in my opinion. Now down to £1499.98 with code GIFT150. Also comes with a 5 year warranty and a 10 year screen burn guarantee.

John Lewis will price match it where it also qualifies for £200 off selected soundbars.

Hope this helps someone.
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#1
Nice TV But you can get the KS7000 - very similar specification - for around £1000 if your not bothered about a curved screen.....
#2
KS7000 is 8 bit, this is 10.

FYI I got a refurb of the 65 inch version for the same money. I'll take a refurb over new :) Same length of warranty.
#3
Silhouette
KS7000 is 8 bit, this is 10.

FYI I got a refurb of the 65 inch version for the same money. I'll take a refurb over new :) Same length of warranty.


KS7000 is 10 bit isnt it?

Also, why would you prefer a refurb? (not being funny just wondering if im missing a trick?)
#4
ks7000 is a 10bit panel.
#5
bauk
ks7000 is a 10bit panel.


yes the KS7000 is 10 bit
#6
Silhouette
KS7000 is 8 bit, this is 10.

FYI I got a refurb of the 65 inch version for the same money. I'll take a refurb over new :) Same length of warranty.


ks7000 (Hdcp 2.2 4 x hdmi/ bt.2020 / 4 x hdmi 2.0a / 4k 60hz / 4:4:4 color / 10bit panel / hdr10 / uhd preminium)
#7
Massive curved tv, just what I need for my living room

Yours sincerely

Jonathon Creek
#8
pjw7
Nice TV But you can get the KS7000 - very similar specification - for around £1000 if your not bothered about a curved screen.....

The pro reviewer on the hdtvtest.co.uk site pretty much says the same there are differences between the 2 and the KS9000 is better but not by a huge amount in his opinion.
#9
Silhouette where did you get yours reburb ?
#10
Love the Samsung but not sure on the curved screen but still tempted to hold off for the LG OLED to come down in price. The picture looks stunning on these
#11
I will wait 2 years and get one of these for, hopefully, less than £500. Did the same with a 4o" Sony that won Best TV award, bought it year later for a LOT less than award price.
6 Likes #12
SCOUSEKEVIN
I will wait 2 years and get one of these for, hopefully, less than £500. Did the same with a 4o" Sony that won Best TV award, bought it year later for a LOT less than award price.


Why not wait until someone throws one away and get it from the tip?....
#13
cold not the oled;-)
#14
MrBigDeal
Love the Samsung but not sure on the curved screen but still tempted to hold off for the LG OLED to come down in price. The picture looks stunning on these
Will probably be this time next year before Oleds become reasonably affordable....
#15
this or the LG oled55b6v? Cant make my mind up!
#16
Silhouette
KS7000 is 8 bit, this is 10.

FYI I got a refurb of the 65 inch version for the same money. I'll take a refurb over new :) Same length of warranty.


where did you get a warranty that good on a refurb? I've been thinking of getting a refurb, but the one I found didn't come with the original warranty.

Edited By: philm87 on Dec 13, 2016 22:59: mistake
#17
sBech
Silhouette
KS7000 is 8 bit, this is 10.

FYI I got a refurb of the 65 inch version for the same money. I'll take a refurb over new :) Same length of warranty.


KS7000 is 10 bit isnt it?

Also, why would you prefer a refurb? (not being funny just wondering if im missing a trick?)


all in the price I think. can get a refurb with a scratch or two for half the price. everywhere I find has a poor warranty though.

Edited By: philm87 on Dec 14, 2016 07:48: revise
#18
MisterSkinflint
SCOUSEKEVIN
I will wait 2 years and get one of these for, hopefully, less than £500. Did the same with a 4o" Sony that won Best TV award, bought it year later for a LOT less than award price.
Why not wait until someone throws one away and get it from the tip?....
Top tip :D
#19
hairyboxxox
MisterSkinflint
SCOUSEKEVIN
I will wait 2 years and get one of these for, hopefully, less than £500. Did the same with a 4o" Sony that won Best TV award, bought it year later for a LOT less than award price.
Why not wait until someone throws one away and get it from the tip?....
Top tip :D


Wait 10 yrs and I'll probably get rid of my one by then lol..

This is exactly the same as the ks8000 (which is the flat screen version). All the reviews I read said if your going curved you need to be atleast 65 in or above to get the benefits so I went for the ks8000 flat screen and I'm loving it!!
#20
arnie
hairyboxxox
MisterSkinflint
SCOUSEKEVIN
I will wait 2 years and get one of these for, hopefully, less than £500. Did the same with a 4o" Sony that won Best TV award, bought it year later for a LOT less than award price.
Why not wait until someone throws one away and get it from the tip?....
Top tip :D


Wait 10 yrs and I'll probably get rid of my one by then lol..

This is exactly the same as the ks8000 (which is the flat screen version). All the reviews I read said if your going curved you need to be atleast 65 in or above to get the benefits so I went for the ks8000 flat screen and I'm loving it!!


surely you get benefits of a better viewing angle still though? the way my room is set up I think it would be a benefit to have a curved tv.
#21
philm87
surely you get benefits of a better viewing angle still though? the way my room is set up I think it would be a benefit to have a curved tv.

I don't get curved at all. By definition, with a curved screen the viewing angle is worse for everyone except the one person in the sweet spot. Curved screens were created because they can, not because it improves the viewing experience for the vast majority of people.
#22
Zycon
philm87
surely you get benefits of a better viewing angle still though? the way my room is set up I think it would be a benefit to have a curved tv.

I don't get curved at all. By definition, with a curved screen the viewing angle is worse for everyone except the one person in the sweet spot. Curved screens were created because they can, not because it improves the viewing experience for the vast majority of people.


with my set up the left hand side of the tv would be parallel with the wall behind and the right hand side would stick out, creating a better view for people on the left.
#23
I want this but so much!
1 Like #24
Rich_T
this or the LG oled55b6v? Cant make my mind up!


LG OLED without doubt
#25
mmurdoch
Rich_T
this or the LG oled55b6v? Cant make my mind up!
LG OLED without doubt

If you have the extra £300-500, then hell yes - the B6 all the way.
#26
#27
They have the UE55KS7000 for £729.99 delivered, but it has (what looks like) about a 1 inch scratch on the far left edge of the screen.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SAMSUNG-UE55KS7000-Smart-4k-Ultra-HD-HDR-55-LED-TV-1-/272374805433

Id argue its hardly noticeable once the TV is on.
#28
Bought a Suhd k8000 55 brand new on the box for 900£ :D
#29
is anyone else getting terrible motion juddering on these sets. I noticed with the footie which I thought was fair enough but even in normal tv watching news etc.. it's really starting to bug me.
#30
That's why i go for the KS9000, the best tv for sports, very low motion juddering. Read the reviews guys for the difference between the Samsung models.

Edited By: vanlierdedirk on Dec 16, 2016 23:08
#31
That's why a KS9000 is better, one of the best screens with very low motion juddering. Read the reviews guys. This is certainly not gonna be mine.

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