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SAMSUNG UE75KS8000 75" LED + UBD-K8500 4K BLU-RAY Player £3,878.00 (possibly £3508.10 with Cash Back) @ Currys

£3878.00 @ Currys
Not sure if this would be classed as a deal or not, I was shopping around for a 75" UHD tv and decided on the Samsung one, found that all the usual sites are the same price but Currys are offering a d…
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Not sure if this would be classed as a deal or not, I was shopping around for a 75" UHD tv and decided on the Samsung one, found that all the usual sites are the same price but Currys are offering a deal with the Blu-ray player I wanted, reducing the price by 170.00 when bought with a qualifying tv, on top of that Quidco has a whopping 10% cash back on all tv's over 1000 until Monday, providing the cash back comes through ok that's knocked another £369.00 off the tv.

TV £3699.00 with 10% CB comes to £3329.10

Blu-ray £349 with offer code comes to £179.00

Possible combined total £3508.10
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3 Likes #1
be alright for the bedroom I suppose.
#2
shadey12
be alright for the bedroom I suppose.

Got one for my touring caravan.
1 Like #3
will look good on the wall of my council flat. can I pay monthly from my benefits :p
#4
3800 for a tv lol.......? im a truck driver not a brain surgeon
1 Like #5
Been looking at this range. 21ms input lag, the lowest and perfect for gaming on 4K TVs.
But before you buy this, have a look in store at the picture. Not sure if it's me, but most of these 4K TV's really show a poor HD/Freeview/Sky image. No question about 4K, which looks great, but the rest looks blurry and more like SD than HD. That's the only thing that's keeping me moving from a Panny Plasma.


Edited By: rapid111111 on Oct 27, 2016 16:19
#6
hesitated for a bit, but it'll be perfect in the loo while chilling after all:|
#7
rapid111111
Been looking at this range. 21ms input lag, the lowest and perfect for gaming on 4K TVs.
But before you buy this, have a look in store at the picture. Not sure if it's me, but most of these 4K TV's really show a poor HD/Freeview/Sky image. No question about 4K, which looks great, but the rest looks blurry and more like SD than HD. That's the only thing that's keeping me moving from a Panny Plasma.

It's just you. Have you tried Specsavers? HD/Freeview HD, etc., looks great on my 4K telly.
1 Like #8
jahman
rapid111111
Been looking at this range. 21ms input lag, the lowest and perfect for gaming on 4K TVs.
But before you buy this, have a look in store at the picture. Not sure if it's me, but most of these 4K TV's really show a poor HD/Freeview/Sky image. No question about 4K, which looks great, but the rest looks blurry and more like SD than HD. That's the only thing that's keeping me moving from a Panny Plasma.
It's just you. Have you tried Specsavers? HD/Freeview HD, etc., looks great on my 4K telly.

What size is your TV, to clarify, i'm talking about 65" and over
1 Like #9
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
Been looking at this range. 21ms input lag, the lowest and perfect for gaming on 4K TVs.
But before you buy this, have a look in store at the picture. Not sure if it's me, but most of these 4K TV's really show a poor HD/Freeview/Sky image. No question about 4K, which looks great, but the rest looks blurry and more like SD than HD. That's the only thing that's keeping me moving from a Panny Plasma.
It's just you. Have you tried Specsavers? HD/Freeview HD, etc., looks great on my 4K telly.
What size is your TV, to clarify, i'm talking about 65" and over

I have the UE65KS8000 and HD pictures look stunning , SD pictures are probably on a par with my old Panasonic 46" plasma , no improvement on those.
I watch a lot of xvid / mp4 stuff from a usb stick and these all look great too. Its a fantastic set , sets me back £1690 once cashback pays out which isn't too shabby and comes with a 5 year guarantee from Currys and 10 year screen burn warranty from Samsung.

I have noticed though the more time you spend watching 4k content , the worse HD looks ! Obviously it isn't any worse as such but you do get used to being blown away when you've been watching 4K uhd HDR+ content.

Edited By: rooney10 on Oct 27, 2016 17:17
banned#10
im seriously considering buying this tv at this price it's a bargain and would look great in the kids Wendy house up the garden.
1 Like #11
people use this site to save pennies and clowns put 3 and a half grand tvs up,wouldnt pay 3 grand for a car let alone a gogglebox oO
#12
Looked at this model as my budget was £4000
Also looked at the Sony 75inch which looked great in curry's last month
After a week or 2 of deciding what to go for
Went for something completely different And took a risk
And purchased the Hisense 75m7900 from bt shop for £2240
After a few weeks of owning this TV it's just quality
Finding it hard to find a fault and looks loads better than the Sony I was looking at
HD and 4K are outstanding
Was using the xbox one s yesterday playing battlefield 1 first time upscaled in 4k it looked awesome no input lag
Also 3D is pretty cool didn't notice any ghosting
On paper the Samsung would be loads better
But not £1500+ better
If your looking at buying a TV this size would recommend the hisence
#13
boothylad
people use this site to save pennies and clowns put 3 and a half grand tvs up,wouldnt pay 3 grand for a car let alone a gogglebox oO
:{

Edited By: rapid111111 on Oct 27, 2016 17:49
3 Likes #14
boothylad
people use this site to save pennies and clowns put 3 and a half grand tvs up,wouldnt pay 3 grand for a car let alone a gogglebox oO


​Speak for yourself, a saving is a saving, just because you aren't in the market for it doesn't detract from it being a deal. Entitled to your view, by have some tolerance.
#15
getting one for rear seat entertainment on my Mini for the kids
#16
The "Samsung UE78KU6500 78 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV" is £3050 on the Costco website.

Don't know how this model compares though.
#17
rooney10

I have the UE65KS8000 and HD pictures look stunning , SD pictures are probably on a par with my old Panasonic 46" plasma , no improvement on those.
I watch a lot of xvid / mp4 stuff from a usb stick and these all look great too. Its a fantastic set , sets me back £1690 once cashback pays out which isn't too shabby and comes with a 5 year guarantee from Currys and 10 year screen burn warranty from Samsung.
I have noticed though the more time you spend watching 4k content , the worse HD looks ! Obviously it isn't any worse as such but you do get used to being blown away when you've been watching 4K uhd HDR+ content.

I'm looking at getting 55" JS8/9000 Sammy. Have you tried playing MKV, AVI, mpg, mpeg type file extensions at 1080 or 720p? Would be interested on the up-scaling quality if you have. :)
#18
Thats a lot of drugs and hookers.
1 Like #19
Boxer
rooney10

I have the UE65KS8000 and HD pictures look stunning , SD pictures are probably on a par with my old Panasonic 46" plasma , no improvement on those.
I watch a lot of xvid / mp4 stuff from a usb stick and these all look great too. Its a fantastic set , sets me back £1690 once cashback pays out which isn't too shabby and comes with a 5 year guarantee from Currys and 10 year screen burn warranty from Samsung.
I have noticed though the more time you spend watching 4k content , the worse HD looks ! Obviously it isn't any worse as such but you do get used to being blown away when you've been watching 4K uhd HDR+ content.
I'm looking at getting 55" JS8/9000 Sammy. Have you tried playing MKV, AVI, mpg, mpeg type file extensions at 1080 or 720p? Would be interested on the up-scaling quality if you have. :)

I have tried mp4 / avi / mkv at both 720 and 1080 and they look better on my new UEKS8000 than on my 3 year old Samsung UE55f8000.
#20
Shame no 3D, why they dont just leave 3D in these models i never know.
#21
You might want to consider the KS7000 range too as it's the same tech with only slight differences from what I've read, plus probably saves 100's.
#22
DevilsNeverCry
You might want to consider the KS7000 range too as it's the same tech with only slight differences from what I've read, plus probably saves 100's.


​it's slightly higher refresh, lower speaker power and only 8 bit HDR.. plus dodgy feet!
#23
my jsa comes through next week. damn!
#24
CharlesCUK
DevilsNeverCry
You might want to consider the KS7000 range too as it's the same tech with only slight differences from what I've read, plus probably saves 100's.
​it's slightly higher refresh, lower speaker power and only 8 bit HDR.. plus dodgy feet!

I'm sure that the panel on the KS7000 has been confirmed to be a 10-bit and not this '8+2' that people keep referring to.

I get the feet complaint though, they could sit in a canyon! Central stand ftw Samsung...
#25
Pokerkingbouch
Looked at this model as my budget was £4000
Also looked at the Sony 75inch which looked great in curry's last month
After a week or 2 of deciding what to go for
Went for something completely different And took a risk
And purchased the Hisense 75m7900 from bt shop for £2240
After a few weeks of owning this TV it's just quality
Finding it hard to find a fault and looks loads better than the Sony I was looking at
HD and 4K are outstanding
Was using the xbox one s yesterday playing battlefield 1 first time upscaled in 4k it looked awesome no input lag
Also 3D is pretty cool didn't notice any ghosting
On paper the Samsung would be loads better
But not £1500+ better
If your looking at buying a TV this size would recommend the hisence

No input lag on your Hisense?
#26
poisondwarf
Pokerkingbouch
Looked at this model as my budget was £4000
Also looked at the Sony 75inch which looked great in curry's last month
After a week or 2 of deciding what to go for
Went for something completely different And took a risk
And purchased the Hisense 75m7900 from bt shop for £2240
After a few weeks of owning this TV it's just quality
Finding it hard to find a fault and looks loads better than the Sony I was looking at
HD and 4K are outstanding
Was using the xbox one s yesterday playing battlefield 1 first time upscaled in 4k it looked awesome no input lag
Also 3D is pretty cool didn't notice any ghosting
On paper the Samsung would be loads better
But not £1500+ better
If your looking at buying a TV this size would recommend the hisence
No input lag on your Hisense?
In video games, input lag is either the delay between the television or monitor receiving a signal and it being displayed on the screen (see display lag below), or the delay between pressing a button and seeing the game react
1 Like #27
Pokerkingbouch
poisondwarf
Pokerkingbouch
Looked at this model as my budget was £4000
Also looked at the Sony 75inch which looked great in curry's last month
After a week or 2 of deciding what to go for
Went for something completely different And took a risk
And purchased the Hisense 75m7900 from bt shop for £2240
After a few weeks of owning this TV it's just quality
Finding it hard to find a fault and looks loads better than the Sony I was looking at
HD and 4K are outstanding
Was using the xbox one s yesterday playing battlefield 1 first time upscaled in 4k it looked awesome no input lag
Also 3D is pretty cool didn't notice any ghosting
On paper the Samsung would be loads better
But not £1500+ better
If your looking at buying a TV this size would recommend the hisence
No input lag on your Hisense?
In video games, input lag is either the delay between the television or monitor receiving a signal and it being displayed on the screen (see display lag below), or the delay between pressing a button and seeing the game react
Depends how stoned you are..
#28
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
Been looking at this range. 21ms input lag, the lowest and perfect for gaming on 4K TVs.
But before you buy this, have a look in store at the picture. Not sure if it's me, but most of these 4K TV's really show a poor HD/Freeview/Sky image. No question about 4K, which looks great, but the rest looks blurry and more like SD than HD. That's the only thing that's keeping me moving from a Panny Plasma.
It's just you. Have you tried Specsavers? HD/Freeview HD, etc., looks great on my 4K telly.
What size is your TV, to clarify, i'm talking about 65" and over

Mine is 50" but I've seen plenty of 65" 4K TVs and they all look great to me. HD upscaling is generally incredibly good even with Freeview HD although obviously some HD is lower bitrate than others. I've not seen any Freeview HD that suffers from low bitrate, however, but then I don't have Sky. 4K and 1080p from Amazon Prime and NetFlix is similarly superb. Obviously SD can look pretty ropey but I'm currently watching Sky News on Freeview in SD and it looks fine.
#29
jahman
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
Been looking at this range. 21ms input lag, the lowest and perfect for gaming on 4K TVs.
But before you buy this, have a look in store at the picture. Not sure if it's me, but most of these 4K TV's really show a poor HD/Freeview/Sky image. No question about 4K, which looks great, but the rest looks blurry and more like SD than HD. That's the only thing that's keeping me moving from a Panny Plasma.
It's just you. Have you tried Specsavers? HD/Freeview HD, etc., looks great on my 4K telly.
What size is your TV, to clarify, i'm talking about 65" and over

Mine is 50" but I've seen plenty of 65" 4K TVs and they all look great to me. HD upscaling is generally incredibly good even with Freeview HD although obviously some HD is lower bitrate than others. I've not seen any Freeview HD that suffers from low bitrate, however, but then I don't have Sky. 4K and 1080p from Amazon Prime and NetFlix is similarly superb. Obviously SD can look pretty ropey but I'm currently watching Sky News on Freeview in SD and it looks fine.


​I notice it most when watching sport. Players are pixelated. Doesn't handle motion blur well at all. Wasn't impressed much in that respect. Movies are fine though.
#30
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
Been looking at this range. 21ms input lag, the lowest and perfect for gaming on 4K TVs.
But before you buy this, have a look in store at the picture. Not sure if it's me, but most of these 4K TV's really show a poor HD/Freeview/Sky image. No question about 4K, which looks great, but the rest looks blurry and more like SD than HD. That's the only thing that's keeping me moving from a Panny Plasma.
It's just you. Have you tried Specsavers? HD/Freeview HD, etc., looks great on my 4K telly.
What size is your TV, to clarify, i'm talking about 65" and over
Mine is 50" but I've seen plenty of 65" 4K TVs and they all look great to me. HD upscaling is generally incredibly good even with Freeview HD although obviously some HD is lower bitrate than others. I've not seen any Freeview HD that suffers from low bitrate, however, but then I don't have Sky. 4K and 1080p from Amazon Prime and NetFlix is similarly superb. Obviously SD can look pretty ropey but I'm currently watching Sky News on Freeview in SD and it looks fine.
​I notice it most when watching sport. Players are pixelated. Doesn't handle motion blur well at all. Wasn't impressed much in that respect. Movies are fine though.

Depends on the source. Even new TVs will struggle with fast movement at times.
#31
jahman
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
Been looking at this range. 21ms input lag, the lowest and perfect for gaming on 4K TVs.
But before you buy this, have a look in store at the picture. Not sure if it's me, but most of these 4K TV's really show a poor HD/Freeview/Sky image. No question about 4K, which looks great, but the rest looks blurry and more like SD than HD. That's the only thing that's keeping me moving from a Panny Plasma.
It's just you. Have you tried Specsavers? HD/Freeview HD, etc., looks great on my 4K telly.
What size is your TV, to clarify, i'm talking about 65" and over
Mine is 50" but I've seen plenty of 65" 4K TVs and they all look great to me. HD upscaling is generally incredibly good even with Freeview HD although obviously some HD is lower bitrate than others. I've not seen any Freeview HD that suffers from low bitrate, however, but then I don't have Sky. 4K and 1080p from Amazon Prime and NetFlix is similarly superb. Obviously SD can look pretty ropey but I'm currently watching Sky News on Freeview in SD and it looks fine.
​I notice it most when watching sport. Players are pixelated. Doesn't handle motion blur well at all. Wasn't impressed much in that respect. Movies are fine though.
Depends on the source. Even new TVs will struggle with fast movement at times.

Yes and my old plasma doesn't suffer.
1 Like #32
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
Been looking at this range. 21ms input lag, the lowest and perfect for gaming on 4K TVs.
But before you buy this, have a look in store at the picture. Not sure if it's me, but most of these 4K TV's really show a poor HD/Freeview/Sky image. No question about 4K, which looks great, but the rest looks blurry and more like SD than HD. That's the only thing that's keeping me moving from a Panny Plasma.
It's just you. Have you tried Specsavers? HD/Freeview HD, etc., looks great on my 4K telly.
What size is your TV, to clarify, i'm talking about 65" and over
Mine is 50" but I've seen plenty of 65" 4K TVs and they all look great to me. HD upscaling is generally incredibly good even with Freeview HD although obviously some HD is lower bitrate than others. I've not seen any Freeview HD that suffers from low bitrate, however, but then I don't have Sky. 4K and 1080p from Amazon Prime and NetFlix is similarly superb. Obviously SD can look pretty ropey but I'm currently watching Sky News on Freeview in SD and it looks fine.
​I notice it most when watching sport. Players are pixelated. Doesn't handle motion blur well at all. Wasn't impressed much in that respect. Movies are fine though.
Depends on the source. Even new TVs will struggle with fast movement at times.
Yes and my old plasma doesn't suffer.

Same here, my plasma picture is fine.
I have no idea what television I am going to replace it with when my plasma eventually dies.
I have even thought about going down the projector route!
#33
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
Been looking at this range. 21ms input lag, the lowest and perfect for gaming on 4K TVs.
But before you buy this, have a look in store at the picture. Not sure if it's me, but most of these 4K TV's really show a poor HD/Freeview/Sky image. No question about 4K, which looks great, but the rest looks blurry and more like SD than HD. That's the only thing that's keeping me moving from a Panny Plasma.
It's just you. Have you tried Specsavers? HD/Freeview HD, etc., looks great on my 4K telly.
What size is your TV, to clarify, i'm talking about 65" and over
Mine is 50" but I've seen plenty of 65" 4K TVs and they all look great to me. HD upscaling is generally incredibly good even with Freeview HD although obviously some HD is lower bitrate than others. I've not seen any Freeview HD that suffers from low bitrate, however, but then I don't have Sky. 4K and 1080p from Amazon Prime and NetFlix is similarly superb. Obviously SD can look pretty ropey but I'm currently watching Sky News on Freeview in SD and it looks fine.
​I notice it most when watching sport. Players are pixelated. Doesn't handle motion blur well at all. Wasn't impressed much in that respect. Movies are fine though.
Depends on the source. Even new TVs will struggle with fast movement at times.
Yes and my old plasma doesn't suffer.

I don't watch football and I've never had a plasma. Never liked them. They have their own issues. I've always found the picture soft and fuzzy.
#34
jahman
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
jahman
rapid111111
Been looking at this range. 21ms input lag, the lowest and perfect for gaming on 4K TVs.
But before you buy this, have a look in store at the picture. Not sure if it's me, but most of these 4K TV's really show a poor HD/Freeview/Sky image. No question about 4K, which looks great, but the rest looks blurry and more like SD than HD. That's the only thing that's keeping me moving from a Panny Plasma.
It's just you. Have you tried Specsavers? HD/Freeview HD, etc., looks great on my 4K telly.
What size is your TV, to clarify, i'm talking about 65" and over
Mine is 50" but I've seen plenty of 65" 4K TVs and they all look great to me. HD upscaling is generally incredibly good even with Freeview HD although obviously some HD is lower bitrate than others. I've not seen any Freeview HD that suffers from low bitrate, however, but then I don't have Sky. 4K and 1080p from Amazon Prime and NetFlix is similarly superb. Obviously SD can look pretty ropey but I'm currently watching Sky News on Freeview in SD and it looks fine.
​I notice it most when watching sport. Players are pixelated. Doesn't handle motion blur well at all. Wasn't impressed much in that respect. Movies are fine though.
Depends on the source. Even new TVs will struggle with fast movement at times.
Yes and my old plasma doesn't suffer.
I don't watch football and I've never had a plasma. Never liked them. They have their own issues. I've always found the picture soft and fuzzy.
Don't watch football either but it's a good indication on how the TV can handle fast movement. Also how good it is for gaming.
#35
rooney10
Boxer
rooney10

I have the UE65KS8000 and HD pictures look stunning , SD pictures are probably on a par with my old Panasonic 46" plasma , no improvement on those.
I watch a lot of xvid / mp4 stuff from a usb stick and these all look great too. Its a fantastic set , sets me back £1690 once cashback pays out which isn't too shabby and comes with a 5 year guarantee from Currys and 10 year screen burn warranty from Samsung.
I have noticed though the more time you spend watching 4k content , the worse HD looks ! Obviously it isn't any worse as such but you do get used to being blown away when you've been watching 4K uhd HDR+ content.
I'm looking at getting 55" JS8/9000 Sammy. Have you tried playing MKV, AVI, mpg, mpeg type file extensions at 1080 or 720p? Would be interested on the up-scaling quality if you have. :)
I have tried mp4 / avi / mkv at both 720 and 1080 and they look better on my new UEKS8000 than on my 3 year old Samsung UE55f8000.
thanks :D

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