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Samsung UE60KU6000 60" 4K HDR TV for £789.99 With Code @ Hughes

£789.99 @ Hughes
Use Code - SAVE60 This looks like a good price for this TV! 60" KU6000 6 Series UHD HDR Ready Smart TV The UE60KU6000 TV from Samsung comes with UHD dimming technology that will ensure colo… Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
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60" KU6000 6 Series UHD HDR Ready Smart TV

The UE60KU6000 TV from Samsung comes with UHD dimming technology that will ensure colours and exceptional detail is delivered to all scenes with 7 times more colour adjustment points than conventional LED TV's.

The TV features a unique 4 stage UHD upscaling process, with this you will be able to enjoy an impressive detailed picture quality with whatever you are watching.

Discover the new smart era all without unlimited potential and access a world of content and find your favourite TV shows all by using the TV guide.

You can switch effortlessly to view all your favourite box sets through Netflix and amazon instant video, or simply catch up with any programmes that you have missed through the range of catch-up services.

You can also add your TV to the connected smart home which will open up a new world of automation. With this you can set your TV which will turn on as you enter the room, adjust lights, speakers or control hundreds of other compatible smart devices.
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ive got the 55 inch version of this and its a great tv for the price but isnt a 10bit screen and i think its the only one of this years samsung to not have a smart remote or bluetooth which may put some off.
#2
UE50KU6020 was £450 at Currys last month waiting for the 55" to go on sale for £500
#3
iz123456789
UE50KU6020 was £450 at Currys last month waiting for the 55" to go on sale for £500
They will start coming down soon I think.

I have the UE55KU6020, very nice TV :)
#5
I find these have very poor motion :( slight judder with the motion plus turned on and very blurry with it turned off. Fantastic picture quality till the images start to move lol.
#6
xp3200
I find these have very poor motion :( slight judder with the motion plus turned on and very blurry with it turned off. Fantastic picture quality till the images start to move lol.


Yeah it's not great. Doing custom settings and changing it to 3 seems to work best. Personally if I was spending close to £800 I'd be looking at the KS7000.
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Sparks11
iz123456789
UE50KU6020 was £450 at Currys last month waiting for the 55" to go on sale for £500
They will start coming down soon I think.
I have the UE55KU6020, very nice TV :)

how much did you get your 55" for?
#8
I've tried all the custom settings 1 to 10 and still get judder :( I heard the 7000 model has judder issues too?
#9
What's the difference between 8 and 10 bit?
#10
xp3200
I've tried all the custom settings 1 to 10 and still get judder :( I heard the 7000 model has judder issues too?

I've played around with it pretty much every day for the past couple of weeks. 3 is the best possible setting with LED off.

SD content seems to struggle the worst for whatever reason, catchup programs from ITV player for instance are shockingly bad to almost unwatchable but MOTD and Planet Earth on iPlayer have no problem so perhaps it's just the app. I don't watch any aeriel TV whatsoever so SD content generally isn't a problem for me personally.
I've been watching Narcos on Netflix which looks fantastic and i've had no issues with judder there. Last night I watched Gladiator on Blu-Ray and it only struggled when there are the half frame rate battle scenes, TV was probably confused and trying to smooth it out. Was a bit uncomfortable but the rest of the film was fine including the colosseum battle scenes.

There isn't a perfect solution to absolutely fix it, I still notice it every now and then. Some panning scenes from a YouTube video I watched yesterday I noticed a couple of instances of judder but it isn't ruining the experience for me. I paid £490 for my 43" 6500 and am happy with it, I mostly use it for gaming and Netflix. Perhaps your experience is different depending on the content you use the TV for.
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iz123456789
Sparks11
iz123456789
UE50KU6020 was £450 at Currys last month waiting for the 55" to go on sale for £500
They will start coming down soon I think.
I have the UE55KU6020, very nice TV :)
how much did you get your 55" for?
£530
#12
Sparks11
iz123456789
Sparks11
iz123456789
UE50KU6020 was £450 at Currys last month waiting for the 55" to go on sale for £500
They will start coming down soon I think.
I have the UE55KU6020, very nice TV :)
how much did you get your 55" for?
£530


Is that from John Lewis?

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