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SAMSUNG UE65KU6020 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 65" LED TV for £859.00 with code @ Hughes

£859.00 @ Hughes
*** Cheapest price for a branded 65 inch 4K UHD TV with HDR) *** Enter voucher code 'happynye' at checkout to bring down the price to £859. Offer ends 09.01.17. Plus 3.45% TCB brings this price possi… Read More
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*** Cheapest price for a branded 65 inch 4K UHD TV with HDR) ***
Enter voucher code 'happynye' at checkout to bring down the price to £859. Offer ends 09.01.17. Plus 3.45% TCB brings this price possibly to £829 (code is valid and listed in Topcashback website and Hughes website)

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- 4k HDR with ultra-high definition upscaling
- Smart content with console-free gaming
- Quality processing for clear, high contrast imagery
- HDR displays brighter colours and greater contrast
- Access 4k content on Netflix & Amazon Prime
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4 Likes #1
A big acceptable yet very average TV for a good price.

Doesn't cover much more of the colour gamut than any non-4K HD TV, no local dimming, and brightness is also of HD standard.

More accurately, it will take HDR data and try its best to apply an interpretation of the meta-data, but isn't really getting the job done. Like a Ferarri with a Fiesta engine X)

If you need a TV and don't watch sports, or fast moving stuff, maybe... or just get a 49" KS7000 and enjoy a proper picture, with proper HDR with some change left.
1 Like #2
Is the Ks7000 better yes, but is it £600 better probably not. 4k stuff will look great on this, anything else meh.
1 Like #3
nzadok
Is the Ks7000 better yes, but is it £600 better probably not. 4k stuff will look great on this, anything else meh.

You would be better getting the 55" KS7000 over this though.. 10" smaller but so much better.
4 Likes #4
haritori
nzadok
Is the Ks7000 better yes, but is it £600 better probably not. 4k stuff will look great on this, anything else meh.

You would be better getting the 55" KS7000 over this though.. 10" smaller but so much better.


find these replies rather annoying tbh, if I'm looking to buy a 65" tv i don't need someone to tell me a 55" might be better, that's like comparing apples with
oranges
1 Like #5
nzadok
Is the Ks7000 better yes, but is it £600 better probably not. 4k stuff will look great on this, anything else meh.


so for gaming and watching sports, is this worth it?
4 Likes #6
hassony
haritori
nzadok
Is the Ks7000 better yes, but is it £600 better probably not. 4k stuff will look great on this, anything else meh.
You would be better getting the 55" KS7000 over this though.. 10" smaller but so much better.
find these replies rather annoying tbh, if I'm looking to buy a 65" tv i don't need someone to tell me a 55" might be better, that's like comparing apples with
oranges
More like comparing oranges with satsumas ;)
2 Likes #7
Motion handling isn't the best on this sport might be frustrating to watch, a lot depends on what you currently have, wouldn't be any worse than an average led /lcd but if coming from a plasma it'll probably be a fair bit worse. And anything not right looks worse on a 65" screen
#8
In my opinion 60" plus to see the real benefits of 4k, I wouldnt bother with anything smaller for the main TV if 4k

Edited By: nzadok on Jan 09, 2017 10:25: Mistake
#9
so this or the 65" Hisense?
1 Like #10
hassony
so this or the 65" Hisense?

Have a look at the threads for each on AVForums, lots of good stuff on there

Edited By: nzadok on Jan 09, 2017 10:56
1 Like #11
Or the 60inch KS7000. Sadly no stock anywhere of the 55inch KS7000 so good luck finding one I've been trying for it trust me. Now worried it will go back up in price or be discontinued on sites (disappeared from Currys site, RS & JL). Might take a hit and get the KS8000 55inch Samsung instead.
#12
mro2011
Or the 60inch KS7000. Sadly no stock anywhere of the 55inch KS7000 so good luck finding one I've been trying for it trust me. Now worried it will go back up in price or be discontinued on sites (disappeared from Currys site, RS & JL). Might take a hit and get the KS8000 55inch Samsung instead.


At least you get a free 4K uhd blu ray player with the ks8000 so can sell and recoup some of the extra you've spent if you wanted to.
#13
nzadok
hassony
so this or the 65" Hisense?

Have a look at the threads for each on AVForums, lots of good stuff on there


I'd advise going in to Curry's or equivalent and having a look. Some of the Samsungs on display were shocking next to the Sony equivalents at similar prices. Hisense has great reviews but harder to find a display model.
#14
mro2011
Or the 60inch KS7000. Sadly no stock anywhere of the 55inch KS7000 so good luck finding one I've been trying for it trust me. Now worried it will go back up in price or be discontinued on sites (disappeared from Currys site, RS & JL). Might take a hit and get the KS8000 55inch Samsung instead.


Currys are taking orders in store for the 55" KS7000 delivery wait is up to a month though!

Edited By: chadiiee97 on Jan 09, 2017 14:15: In store only
#15
superyiddo
nzadok
hassony
so this or the 65" Hisense?
Have a look at the threads for each on AVForums, lots of good stuff on there
I'd advise going in to Curry's or equivalent and having a look. Some of the Samsungs on display were shocking next to the Sony equivalents at similar prices. Hisense has great reviews but harder to find a display model.

There was a Hisense 55 inches lower end 5500 4K on display in John Lewis Sheffield.
It was off.
I persuaded the samsung sales to switch it on.
Not sure what's wrong with the signal/receipt, man, what a bummer.
image all shaky and pixelated.
I guess the upscaling is not on.
Without the controller, I have no idea how to adjust that.
Switch it off immediately to stop humiliating Chinese brand.
1 Like #16
These Samsung tvs have terrible motion handling. I would recommend buying the 7000 series or higher. Alternatively look at lg, Panasonic or Sony.
#17
Hisense display models seem to be on display in most richer sounds. really torn as to what to buy. Hisense had the best image quality when I viewed but better resale in two or three years on a Sony or Samsung.. any ideas for the best 65" TV under £1k
1 Like #18
hassony
haritori
nzadok
Is the Ks7000 better yes, but is it £600 better probably not. 4k stuff will look great on this, anything else meh.
You would be better getting the 55" KS7000 over this though.. 10" smaller but so much better.
find these replies rather annoying tbh, if I'm looking to buy a 65" tv i don't need someone to tell me a 55" might be better, that's like comparing apples with
oranges

I wasnt telling you I was giving my opinion to someone else..
#19
mro2011
Or the 60inch KS7000. Sadly no stock anywhere of the 55inch KS7000 so good luck finding one I've been trying for it trust me. Now worried it will go back up in price or be discontinued on sites (disappeared from Currys site, RS & JL). Might take a hit and get the KS8000 55inch Samsung instead.

Just took delivery of my 55KS7000 today.. :p
#20
costco have sony KD65XD8599 for 1043, with 5 years warranty

very tempted by that
#21
hassony
costco have sony KD65XD8599 for 1043, with 5 years warranty
very tempted by that
It is tempting. Is it only instore?
1 Like #22
Voyager
hassony
costco have sony KD65XD8599 for 1043, with 5 years warranty
very tempted by that
It is tempting. Is it only instore?


Wembley store
#23
hassony
Voyager
hassony
costco have sony KD65XD8599 for 1043, with 5 years warranty
very tempted by that
It is tempting. Is it only instore?
Wembley store
Thanks!
#24
sjburgon
Hisense display models seem to be on display in most richer sounds. really torn as to what to buy. Hisense had the best image quality when I viewed but better resale in two or three years on a Sony or Samsung.. any ideas for the best 65" TV under £1k


Which Hisense models did you see? Never seen one myself as no Richer Sounds local and Curry's have none. Resale will be reduced anyway with most 2-3 y.o tvs with 4k technology evolving.

Edited By: superyiddo on Jan 09, 2017 22:22: further info
#25
The currys near me would not let us put name down etc for when stock comes in. Also wouldn't let us buy now and wait for stock. Told me what day stock might be in and try again then. Tempted to offer a 10er to put aside or a call when stock in.
#26
The KS7000 is in stock at hifi confidential for 799. Dunno if that's a good price or not
#27
Sites broke lol.
#28
I own a 6 series. Would not recommend spending £900 on one.
#29
ValueForMoney
I own a 6 series. Would not recommend spending £900 on one.

Do you own this year's 6 series or a previous year?
#30
soled73
ValueForMoney
I own a 6 series. Would not recommend spending £900 on one.
Do you own this year's 6 series or a previous year?

This years. It's a mediocre set.
#31
Most of us here want the 7 series lol.
#32
Or 8 series.
#33
mro2011
Or 8 series.


Or 9 series

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