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Samsung UE70KU6000 70" smart 4K ultra led tv £1,299.00 currys pc world

£1299.00 @ Currys
Samsung 70" 4K tv Was £1999 Now £1299 Save £700 Also says save £50 of marked price on TVs over £599 so possible could be £1249.
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Samsung 70" 4K tv

Was £1999

Now £1299

Save £700

Also says save £50 of marked price on TVs over £599 so possible could be £1249.
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2 Likes #1
Is it colour?
2 Likes #2
vstnpnc3000
Is it colour?


​nope just black & white.

does mean the tv licence is cheaper though..
#3
Woo, 70 inches of pixels to go wrong, that's gotta be difficult to maintain...
1 Like #4
A few of these and you could carpet the living room X) .
#5
vstnpnc3000
Is it colour?


Are you aware its 2017, not 1923

Edited By: sweetpea10 on Jan 02, 2017 12:58
1 Like #6
Bargain at £1249...the code TV50 works..But I really want 5 years warranty at this price

Edited By: sam1970 on Jan 02, 2017 13:05
1 Like #7
Went to look at this and came away with the Sony 65" which was same price with 5yrs warranty.
Wasn't happy with the reviews ie dead pixels.
But if size is important lot of screen for the money
#8
great price for the size. if i only had another grand i'd probably get it. it's a good sign prices are coming down for the bigger screens. theres a few decent 65" models hitting the £700ish mark now
2 Likes #9
I wouldn't touch any Samsung or LG if it didn't come with a 5 year warranty. My Samsung Plasma has been repaired three times in two years.
#11
The pixels must be massive on this!
You must be able to see them if you pass within a metre of it.

Edited By: friar_chris on Jan 02, 2017 17:09
1 Like #12
friar_chris
The pixels must be massive on this!
You must be able to see them if you pass within a metre of it.
Bad attempt.
2 Likes #13
MazingerZ
Woo, 70 inches of pixels to go wrong, that's gotta be difficult to maintain...


Same amount of pixels as any 4K TV
1 Like #14
bbdom
I wouldn't touch any Samsung or LG if it didn't come with a 5 year warranty. My Samsung Plasma has been repaired three times in two years.


​Plasma?Who has a plasma TV? I think the 1990s has just phoned wanting Thierry TV back lol.
Have a 65inch and Samsung and had nothing but a good experience.
#15
muckspreader1
bbdom
I wouldn't touch any Samsung or LG if it didn't come with a 5 year warranty. My Samsung Plasma has been repaired three times in two years.


​Plasma?Who has a plasma TV? I think the 1990s has just phoned wanting Thierry TV back lol.
Have a 65inch and Samsung and had nothing but a good experience.


​I have both a new Samsung TV and old Samsung Plasma, the Plasma's are still great technology, really can't be faulted.
#16
muckspreader1
bbdom
I wouldn't touch any Samsung or LG if it didn't come with a 5 year warranty. My Samsung Plasma has been repaired three times in two years.


​Plasma?Who has a plasma TV? I think the 1990s has just phoned wanting Thierry TV back lol.
Have a 65inch and Samsung and had nothing but a good experience.


​I have both a new Samsung TV and old Samsung Plasma, the Plasma's are still great technology, really can't be faulted.
#17
ces 2107 inna few days. holding up to see what this year has to offer in terms of large screen tvs
#18
muckspreader1
bbdom
I wouldn't touch any Samsung or LG if it didn't come with a 5 year warranty. My Samsung Plasma has been repaired three times in two years.
​Plasma?Who has a plasma TV? I think the 1990s has just phoned wanting Thierry TV back lol.
Have a 65inch and Samsung and had nothing but a good experience.

i still have my lg plasma - 60" going strong 10 years on, only had to replace a handful of capacitors on the power board - been a great tv
1 Like #19
The-Stranger
muckspreader1
bbdom
I wouldn't touch any Samsung or LG if it didn't come with a 5 year warranty. My Samsung Plasma has been repaired three times in two years.
​Plasma?Who has a plasma TV? I think the 1990s has just phoned wanting Thierry TV back lol.
Have a 65inch and Samsung and had nothing but a good experience.

i still have my lg plasma - 60" going strong 10 years on, only had to replace a handful of capacitors on the power board - been a great tv


​Only a handful of capacitors? Sounds as good as my broom. It's only had 16 new heads and 5 new handles, good as new.
3 Likes #20
I still got my panny plasma commercial panel n love it still. I will jump to oled when the time is right. The beauty with a good plasma is any K looks natural and much better than any led. 4k hdr which my panel cant display looks insanely better than led 4k. I think im going to get an led for bedroom and a bit of gaming and Rocksmith but for living room it has to be oled. To be honest I am even contemplating a second hand plasma instead and wait for oled. Led has been such a massive let down. 3d is dying, curve is dying, and led will die, but it will not be fondly remembered like good plasmas. If ever there was a rip off tv its LED!

Edited By: Mrepg on Jan 02, 2017 19:59
#21
Are dead pixels really an issue on a 4K screen, even this size?

Doubtful you'd notice them even as close as 1 foot from the screen, normal viewing distance for a screen of this size, 10 feet+ never.

Stuck pixels, that's another thing. Blue or Red stuck sub pixels, doubtful they'd cause issue but green possibly.
#22
Bought one for under stairs toilet.
Thanks!
#23
7.7% Quidco too if you're lucky! Great price man, wish I could justify!
1 Like #24
Mrepg
I still got my panny plasma commercial panel n love it still. I will jump to oled when the time is right. The beauty with a good plasma is any K looks natural and much better than any led. 4k hdr which my panel cant display looks insanely better than led 4k. I think im going to get an led for bedroom and a bit of gaming and Rocksmith but for living room it has to be oled. To be honest I am even contemplating a second hand plasma instead and wait for oled. Led has been such a massive let down. 3d is dying, curve is dying, and led will die, but it will not be fondly remembered like good plasmas. If ever there was a rip off tv its LED!

Haha, is any of that serious?

I'm pretty sure you would be mightily impressed with my LG 65" CURVED, 3D, Super UHD, 10 bit, LED...and no, I won't swap it for your ancient ex-shopping mall display plasma!

Edited By: ezzer72 on Jan 02, 2017 23:09
2 Likes #25
ezzer72
Mrepg
I still got my panny plasma commercial panel n love it still. I will jump to oled when the time is right. The beauty with a good plasma is any K looks natural and much better than any led. 4k hdr which my panel cant display looks insanely better than led 4k. I think im going to get an led for bedroom and a bit of gaming and Rocksmith but for living room it has to be oled. To be honest I am even contemplating a second hand plasma instead and wait for oled. Led has been such a massive let down. 3d is dying, curve is dying, and led will die, but it will not be fondly remembered like good plasmas. If ever there was a rip off tv its LED!
Haha, is any of that serious?
I'm pretty sure you would be mightily impressed with my LG 65" CURVED, 3D, Super UHD, 10 bit, LED...and no, I won't swap it for your ancient ex-shopping mall display plasma!

You lost me a curved and gawd no you can keep it! Oled will be the ONLY thing replacing my panel as I am not taking a huge step backward like you have :D
#26
capacitors cost me £9 and a guy charged me £30 to replace on boards

Deanidge
The-Stranger
muckspreader1
bbdom
I wouldn't touch any Samsung or LG if it didn't come with a 5 year warranty. My Samsung Plasma has been repaired three times in two years.
​Plasma?Who has a plasma TV? I think the 1990s has just phoned wanting Thierry TV back lol.
Have a 65inch and Samsung and had nothing but a good experience.
i still have my lg plasma - 60" going strong 10 years on, only had to replace a handful of capacitors on the power board - been a great tv
​Only a handful of capacitors? Sounds like my broom, it's had 16 new heads and 5 new handles. Still as good as the day I got her.
#27
sweetpea10
vstnpnc3000
Is it colour?
Are you aware its 2017, not 1923
Wow well done for getting the joke
#28
Mrepg
ezzer72
Mrepg
I still got my panny plasma commercial panel n love it still. I will jump to oled when the time is right. The beauty with a good plasma is any K looks natural and much better than any led. 4k hdr which my panel cant display looks insanely better than led 4k. I think im going to get an led for bedroom and a bit of gaming and Rocksmith but for living room it has to be oled. To be honest I am even contemplating a second hand plasma instead and wait for oled. Led has been such a massive let down. 3d is dying, curve is dying, and led will die, but it will not be fondly remembered like good plasmas. If ever there was a rip off tv its LED!
Haha, is any of that serious?
I'm pretty sure you would be mightily impressed with my LG 65" CURVED, 3D, Super UHD, 10 bit, LED...and no, I won't swap it for your ancient ex-shopping mall display plasma!

You lost me a curved and gawd no you can keep it! Oled will be the ONLY thing replacing my panel as I am not taking a huge step backward like you have :D


​Plasma is old and **** but nice attempt ;)
#29
Still rocking my 8 year old 50 inch pioneer Kuro 9th gen plasma. Never had to touch any settings, plays everything perfect. It won't be coming off my wall until it breaks.
#30
We went plasma three years ago (PS60F5500 Samsung) after owning an LG 3D 55" LED T.v. which had serious banding issues and backlight conformity issues. We then had a look at just about every other LED TV on the market at the time and almost everything sub £1500 had either similar issues or problems with shadowing in the corners - usually hidden by POS material ......

My wife had stated categorically that she didn't want a plasma but fell in love with the first one we looked at hence why we got a 60" Plasma with a 5 year warranty for under a grand. Apart from two replacement screens (first one failed with lines, second one was DOA when it turned up as a replacement) it has been pretty good.

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