Samsung UE60KS7000 SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 60” with Freeview HD, Freesat, Playstation Now & Branch Feet Design, UHD Premium £1448.99 @ C&M - HotUKDeals
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Samsung UE60KS7000 SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 60” with Freeview HD, Freesat, Playstation Now & Branch Feet Design, UHD Premium £1,448.99 @ C&M

£1448.99 @ Crampton & Moore
Add to basket to get this price. (Auto takes £50 off) 5 year parts and labour warranty. John Lewis will price match this, but a good deal from Crampton & Moore anyway! Everything you need to … Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Add to basket to get this price. (Auto takes £50 off)

5 year parts and labour warranty.

John Lewis will price match this, but a good deal from Crampton & Moore anyway!

Everything you need to be 4k HDR future proof. The only thing it is not is OLED (you currently have to pay another £700 or so and get an LG for that.)
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
This is almost the cheapest on the net (literally a few quid off) and has the warranty! How is this cold?! lol
1 Like #2
Good find. I got the 55" version of this a few months ago for about the same price and am very impressed with it.
#3
radium
Good find. I got the 55" version of this a few months ago for about the same price and am very impressed with it.


whats quantum dot like ..
#4
ashmac
radium
Good find. I got the 55" version of this a few months ago for about the same price and am very impressed with it.


whats quantum dot like ..


Very good!
2 Likes #5
I am.waiting for.the 55 inch version of this to come to near 1000 ... fingers crossed!
#6
I have had the 60 inch version for about two months now and it's a spectacular TV.
#7
maniac618
This is almost the cheapest on the net (literally a few quid off) and has the warranty! How is this cold?! lol
Maybe because it is cheaper in three other stores.......(pricespy)
#8
mcormack
maniac618
This is almost the cheapest on the net (literally a few quid off) and has the warranty! How is this cold?! lol
Maybe because it is cheaper in three other stores.......(pricespy)


with 5 year warranty? I did a quick Google shopping check and there was 1 out of date site that had it at around £1400 with no 5 year warranty and a few others only a few pounds cheaper with no 5 year warranty.
#9
radium
Good find. I got the 55" version of this a few months ago for about the same price and am very impressed with it.
Can I ask as looking at this size- have you had any trouble with the back coming away and any light bleed? Thanks

Edited By: Jaybeam on Oct 26, 2016 08:59
#10
Thought should let you guys know that ks7000 or ks7500 are only 8 but panels they call it 8+2 bit as they can display 10 bit but still not true 10 bit panel
Only Ks8000 or upwards are 10 but panels
#11
Bit
#12
Just be aware how far the feet are apart if you are putting it on a stand, the 55 inch ones are 113cm apart!
#13
docma
Thought should let you guys know that ks7000 or ks7500 are only 8 but panels they call it 8+2 bit as they can display 10 bit but still not true 10 bit panel
Only Ks8000 or upwards are 10 but panels
Not according to review threads on avforums the consensus is its 10 bit
#14
I know it's confusing but if you look deeper you will find it
It's horrible for such an expensive tv
Still a good deal
#15
docma
Thought should let you guys know that ks7000 or ks7500 are only 8 but panels they call it 8+2 bit as they can display 10 bit but still not true 10 bit panel
Only Ks8000 or upwards are 10 but panels


wrong.
1 Like #16
I keep seeing the same comment regarding this TV being 8+2 bit. The ks7000 in the UK and Europe (model UEKS7000) is in fact the ks8000 TV in the US (model UNKS8000). The models differ from those in the US on all 2016 Samsung TVs. This TV is 100% a 10 bit screen and it is probably the best value, future-proof TV with bonafide 1000 HDR-10 4K. Perfect for the ps4 pro BTW.

The KS7000 some people are saying is 8+2 bit is in fact the US model, and that TV is actually the UEKU6400 over here and in Europe. Confusing, I know, but if you check into it online (specifically Rtings website reviews) you will see the model number differences. Hopefully this helps somebody :)

Edited By: robbb86 on Oct 26, 2016 15:47: Mistake
#17
maniac618
docma
Thought should let you guys know that ks7000 or ks7500 are only 8 but panels they call it 8+2 bit as they can display 10 bit but still not true 10 bit panel
Only Ks8000 or upwards are 10 but panels


wrong.


I was only trying to help
It's up to you to take it or not
Ks7000 is ks8000 in us
Rtings have it as 10 bit as according to their EDT it supports 10 but colours but they don't really check the panel itself
I will find a link showing this
#18
And there is no ks6400 in U.K.
It's only ku6400 which is not even full HDR
Plz do your research and you will find even discussions on hukd about this 10 bit and 8 bit panel issue
1 Like #19
docma
And there is no ks6400 in U.K.
It's only ku6400 which is not even full HDR
Plz do your research and you will find even discussions on hukd about this 10 bit and 8 bit panel issue
10 bit (samsung.com)
1 Like #20
ashmac
radium
Good find. I got the 55" version of this a few months ago for about the same price and am very impressed with it.
whats quantum dot like ..
very small.
#21
Jaybeam
radium
Good find. I got the 55" version of this a few months ago for about the same price and am very impressed with it.
Can I ask as looking at this size- have you had any trouble with the back coming away and any light bleed? Thanks


Not had either of these problems.
1 Like #22
Great stuff, now just to wait for that 55" to drop below 1000 - as close to 800 as possible! :D

Heat added though. These TV's are beastly. The S7000 range is basically same spec as S8000 anyway.
#23
docma
Thought should let you guys know that ks7000 or ks7500 are only 8 but panels they call it 8+2 bit as they can display 10 bit but still not true 10 bit panel
Only Ks8000 or upwards are 10 but panels
Thanks for the info: I was also checking this out ... But i think the ks7000 in Britain is different in tv model (same code model) comparison to America. I'm not 100% certain and am looking to purchase the ks7000 but not if it's hdr 8+2.
Review: "The KS7000 is Samsung's entry-level flat screen model in its SUHD range of Ultra HD 4K TVs. Like all the models in the SUHD range this year, the KS7000 supports HDR 10 and is certified as Ultra HD Premium."

https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ks7000-ue55ks7000-uhd-4k-tv-review.12659
1 Like #24
Just bought a UE60KS7000 from Richer Sounds for £1374 - with 6 years warranty

Price matched Currys with the TV10 code and then beat it by £20

Interestingly John Lewis were given the option to price match but refused to do so - whereas Richer Sounds happily did.
#25
Mrshades
Just bought a UE60KS7000 from Richer Sounds for £1374 - with 6 years warranty

Price matched Currys with the TV10 code and then beat it by £20

Interestingly John Lewis were given the option to price match but refused to do so - whereas Richer Sounds happily did.


that is a good deal, you should post it!
#26
a few of these Ellesmere Port currently
#27
was debating 55 or 65 this might solve the problem :)
#28
docma
Thought should let you guys know that ks7000 or ks7500 are only 8 but panels they call it 8+2 bit as they can display 10 bit but still not true 10 bit panel
Only Ks8000 or upwards are 10 but panels


wrong. http://imgur.com/a/IeKbv

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