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SAMSUNG UE49KU6670 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 49" Curved TV with 5 year guarantee £749.00 @ Currys and up to £100 cash reward

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4k Ultra HD picture is up to 4 times the resolution of HD HDR displays brighter colours and greater contrast Access 4k content on Netflix & Amazon Prime Tuner: Freeview HD & Freesat HD Connectivit…
ashokraja Avatar2m, 9h agoFound 2 months, 9 hours ago6 Comments
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smiler594
I don't see the point in this when the UE65JS9000 is available for £899 with a PQI and a response time to die for!
Where from? I can't see it anywhere for less that about 2K?


Impetus,
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue65js9000-899-currys-65-inch-curved-4k-ultra-hd-3d-smart-led-tv-freeview-2458947?page=3
smiler594
I don't see the point in this when the UE65JS9000 is available for £899 with a PQI and a response time to die for!
Where from? I can't see it anywhere for less that about 2K?
HDR 1000 or Ultra HD Premium, 10-bit panels are going to be the new norm. Samsung KS7000/7500/8000/9000 are the best ones that I can see right now, these are retailing from £1200 - £2000 with 5 year warranties. I have been looking at getting UE55KS7500 £1,473.00 Inc VAT at Appliance Electronics. Question about content available is still quite valid, I think between Netflix, Amazon there are only a handful of titles in 4k HDR. But they are slowly coming out... With the pound being 'pounded' atm (excuse the pun), Electronics may rise in price anyway. So, I am considering quite seriously now... Hate spending more than £600 on TVs and I have always been a generation or two behind on TV tech, for once It'd be nice to catch up... Will go in-store and judge for my self but from what I hear the Samsung KS range I specified is as good as it gets sans OLED.

Edited By: logix88 on Jul 03, 2016 21:31
I don't see the point in this when the UE65JS9000 is available for £899 with a PQI and a response time to die for!
i saw it instore today, split between this one or samsung 49 ku6400 for about 669 at crampton moore
hdr is 8 bit not 10 i am not sure what it means in practical terms though




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Samsung UE65JS9000 £899.00 @currys 65 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV Freeview HD freesat HD HDR 5 years warranty ex display - what hifi 5/5 stars !! - £2699 at Amazon

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Here's the Amazon link @ £2699 for specs https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-UE65JS9000-Inch-Curved-Crystal-Smart-Energy/dp/B00US01MEA For all you cold voters - put up a better deal will you? I'd abs…
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Try ringing up customer service for pcworld to confirm stock available in Macclesfield. They have the ability to allow you to reserve it, giving you priority over staff allocation. However, this varies store to store. For the sake of saving over £1000, I'd say you have nothing to lose by trying. Good luck. You will love this telly. There is nothing out there, not anything, that's better for £899 at 65 inches. All of the cold voters are just jealous. This is the deal of the decade for me and the other lucky ones!
There is one in macclesfield on the wall they won't give it up for toffee even though its showing as stock in another store on the system.
Leecarter - well done and enjoy your super new telly! There is nothing, not anything that compares with this for £899, anywhere! You're the lucky one !!
another available at cribbs causeway just checked on line
got one today at pc world longwell green Bristol £899 amazing tv so happy best buy ever
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SAMSUNG UE40J5000 £199.00 or £228.99 with 5 year warranty @ rgbdirect.co.uk

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Once again on sale, and even cheaper than before. Unfortunately, only for "Buy In-store" , no delivery is possible, as far as I see. Not a bad price dor a 40 Inch Full HD LED TV. Full HD (108…
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What is with these stick stands... all TVs seem to have them now but they require a WIDE TV stand and obviously don't have a swivel action which is vital if you have sitting places at diagonal ends of the room!!

penny pinching miser bast**d bean counting bitches... if TVs are too becoming too cheap to turn a decent profit, either raise your damn prices or quit producing.
Al666
smart tv's are a waste of money, all I need is a screen. Everything else can be done better by other devices susch as android boxes, streamers, tivo etc. Don't even want speakers because you can't put anything other than rubbish speakers in a flatscreen. Not even a tuner is necessary.
I do agree, if they could focus all money on the panel, and make sure it has the typical wide array of connections that a tv would have, I think they'd have a hot item!

Point taken, but they do have a place. I'm looking for a TV for the wall in kitchen and there is something in having an all-in-one solution with no boxes/sticks/wires needed and one remote. Especially if you have kids who like hiding them.
Al666
smart tv's are a waste of money, all I need is a screen. Everything else can be done better by other devices susch as android boxes, streamers, tivo etc. Don't even want speakers because you can't put anything other than rubbish speakers in a flatscreen. Not even a tuner is necessary.


I do agree, if they could focus all money on the panel, and make sure it has the typical wide array of connections that a tv would have, I think they'd have a hot item!
Al666
smart tv's are a waste of money, all I need is a screen. Everything else can be done better by other devices susch as android boxes, streamers, tivo etc. Don't even want speakers because you can't put anything other than rubbish speakers in a flatscreen. Not even a tuner is necessary.


​So because YOU only need a screen, that means all smart TV's are a waste of money...

Seems we have yet another person who thinks they are the centre of the universe.
smart tv's are a waste of money, all I need is a screen. Everything else can be done better by other devices susch as android boxes, streamers, tivo etc. Don't even want speakers because you can't put anything other than rubbish speakers in a flatscreen. Not even a tuner is necessary.

Not a smart tv?
I dunno.
It has a WIFI adapter.
As Bristol1883 says, who even uses those functions.

Good deal, hot, but to say smart TVs are useless is understating their use, my little brothers use smart features like youtube and netflix connectivity non stop and to say they are not worth it is, to my family at least, simply not true. They might be useless to you and this is still a fantastic deal, but smart TVs are worth the price (if you get a good deal :) )
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Samsung UE48H6400 48" 3D LED TV £379.00 Groupon

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I have this TV, and it is brilliant. Had mine for nearly two years now, and at the time it cost close to £600. This is not a bad price for this size. Here are the specs: The Specifics Two pairs…
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Sold out
Do they do a 50" version or does it jump straight to 55" after 48"
I bought one of these in Dec 14 from John Lewis for around the £500 mark. Well worth that price and at this price is a no brainer if you are looking for quality and not fussed about the whole 4K business. Picture quality on this still amaxes me today :)
Samsung's customer service stinks. I had this TV and after a year it developed a line across the top. When I called for a repair they said they'd call back and never did. I got Richer Sounds to take it back and they kindly allowed me to upgrade to an LG 4k which has built in now tv.

Remember that your contract is with the retailer and not with the manufacturer. Your first point of contact should be with the retailer, in your case Richer Sounds. Samsung can legally turn round to you and say they have no contract with you and refuse to do anything.
CLEARANCE15 WILL GIVE YOU ANOTHER 15% OFF. ENDS SOON.
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Samsung UE40J5100 40 Inch Full HD Freeview HD LED TV £239.00 @ Argos

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A good price for this TV and around £30 - 40 cheaper than elsewhere. In stock in all 10 of my nearest stores so should be widely available.
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now £289
Up to£269
£260 at co-op electrical, if you're staff, double discount is coming up so you'll get 10% off making it slightly cheaper
Madman123
Only if the stand was silver and metal


How can you possibly complain at this price?
Billy Bargain!!
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Samsung UE48JS8500 4K TV £799.97 Instore @ Currys Reading

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Samsung UE48JS8500 on sale in Curry's Reading store. Several were available. This clearance deal doesn't seem to be online, may be store stock only. The JSs are being replaced by the KS series. These
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Curry's in Woking had one 55" version in stock for £999 but none of these :(
Forgot to add - this includes a 5-year guarantee.
Product code - No. It was the store at the Madejski.
Good thing this is in-store only as I might have just broken my no-curve policy for it.
Also which reading store was this?
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Samsung UE40J5500 40" J5500 5 series Flat Full HD Smart LED TV £309.60 @ rakuten / hughes

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Today Only Tuesday 17/05 £349 down to £309.60 HURRY MUST END 4PM TODAY! NOW ONLY £309.60 WITH CODE REDHOT1 The Samsung UE40J5500AKX gives you a stunning Full HD picture on a beautiful 40 inch p…
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zebrum
The 48" is only £289 @ Tesco plus it doesn't have any of the smart crap no one wants 8)
Well I want the Smart Technology, my friends want the Smart Technology lots of people are buying the Smart Technology... so you saying 'no one' seems to me that you don't want it and besides if your 48" @ £289 does not have the Smart Technology it's not the same TV!

Don't you have an Apple TV or a Amazon Fire?
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zebrum
The 48" is only £289 @ Tesco plus it doesn't have any of the smart crap no one wants 8)

Well I want the Smart Technology, my friends want the Smart Technology lots of people are buying the Smart Technology... so you saying 'no one' seems to me that you don't want it and besides if your 48" @ £289 does not have the Smart Technology it's not the same TV!
The 48" is only £289 @ Tesco plus it doesn't have any of the smart crap no one wants 8)
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SAMSUNG UE60JU6800 Smart 4k Ultra HD 60" LED TV Currys £1,149.00 with code

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Save £50 off the marked price. Enter Code 50TVS Boasting nano crystal technology and a stunning Ultra HD 4k resolution, the Samsung UE60JU6800 Smart 4k Ultra HD 60" LED TV offers the best of high d…
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Fair point, perhaps put that in the description as I had missed that too and that makes a big difference!
nictry
Not really hot sorry
£1149 at Crampton and Moore http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/samsung-ue60ju6800-60-inch-6-series-uhd-nano-crystal-smart-3d-tv.html?gclid=CJC1jtalz8wCFQhuGwodFP4NeA
£1139 here http://www.applianceelectronics.co.uk/viewproduct.asp?pid=11576
£1129 here https://www.electricaldiscountcentre.uk/products/samsung-ue55ju6800-flat-suhd-smart-led-tv?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=googlepla&variant=17586909638
Seems to be a standard price (without codes)
Also seems people with this TV have problems with any 'streaming' 4K content, works with USB sticks but not Amazon etc, just FYI


Don't think any of those sites include a 5 year guarantee in the price though. Didn't know about the streaming issue but I presume that is just HDR content? Not all 4k content?

Edited By: schnellpatel on May 10, 2016 12:02: wording
Not really hot sorry

£1149 at Crampton and Moore http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/samsung-ue60ju6800-60-inch-6-series-uhd-nano-crystal-smart-3d-tv.html?gclid=CJC1jtalz8wCFQhuGwodFP4NeA
£1139 here http://www.applianceelectronics.co.uk/viewproduct.asp?pid=11576
£1129 here https://www.electricaldiscountcentre.uk/products/samsung-ue55ju6800-flat-suhd-smart-led-tv?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=googlepla&variant=17586909638

Seems to be a standard price (without codes)

Also seems people with this TV have problems with any 'streaming' 4K content, works with USB sticks but not Amazon etc, just FYI



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SAMSUNG UE55JU6800 Smart 4k Ultra HD 55" LED TV £779.99 @ Currys (price match with Tesco)

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SAMSUNG UE55JU6800 Smart 4k Ultra HD 55" LED TV price match with Tesco & 5 year guarantee for £779.99 http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/samsung-ue55ju6…
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Someone tell me why the 60 inch version goes for £1149 !! Is the extra 5 inches really worth an extra £380 ??

SAMSUNG UE60JU6800 Smart 4k Ultra HD 60" LED TV Currys £1149 with code http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue60ju6800-smart-4k-ultra-hd-60-led-tv-currys-1149-with-code-2445045http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue60ju6800-smart-4k-ultra-hd-60-led-tv-currys-1149-with-code-2445045
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been watching this for a while, this is a good price but reports on the tv aren't great, the panel is not a Samsung one but made by another company and seems to have many issues. It put me off :(
Source? Every review i have seen by an owner says its a great TV
I bought this TV on Black Friday from Very. I've not had a single issue with it yet. The 4k is crystal clear and Gaming is spectacular. Just make sure you turn on Game Mode because it'll lag otherwise! I'd definitely recommend this TV!!
Quick question: How does the AV switching work on these? Does it bring up a sub menu (PC, HDMI1, HDMI2, Ext, etc) or do you have to go though each AV channel in turn to get to the one you want (Like my current Samsung)?


You press the button and select the one you want while the current input is still being displayed
Roderz
£599 here, less warranty tho'

Graded stock - so customer returns or potentially damaged
£599 here, less warranty tho'
tom6195
how does this tv handle motion like footy and cricket?


​Don't watch much sport, but what I have seen no noticeable blurring, slight dse on panning though but I think this appears a lot on larger screens especially. Hd sources are a must, sd looks poor some channels are worse than others!
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SAMSUNG LT27D390SW/XU 27" LED Full HD TV/Monitor £179.99 Delivered @ Currys on ebay

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Energy efficiency class: A On-mode power consumption: 28 W Annual power consumption: 41 kWh Screen: LED backlit, 27", 1920 x 1080 resolution Processing rate: 60 Hz Viewing angle: 178° / 178° Bri…
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Samsung UE40J6300 Curved LED 1080p Smart TV on £329.00 delivered @ Groupon

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Great price for a curved full HD Samsung smart TV Credit to Klargon..... 8% Quidco cashbook tracking at £26 so possibly works out £303 after Quidco.
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Finally got mine a couple of days ago after I managed to find out where they were coming from and in my case it was not emazingdeals. Maybe they were supplying some but not mine.
If anyone is still stuck in limbo waiting for someone at Groupon to sort this out then reply to this post and I will pass you the information I have which may help.
I ordered mine on the 9th of may, and it still has not yet arrived.
I tried their live chat to get some help but they told me to wait for another week
Could you please tell me how you managed to chase them up?
The only way to get it escalated is to call Groupon and basically shout at them. They kept telling me the same thing: 'just wait another week' and I finally called up and told them I was fed up with it. I made a big deal about it and amazingly I got a call from the actual company that sells the TVs (cant remember the name) and she told me that they were sending it to me overnight delivery. It did come the very next day before lunchtime so I was happy with that.
I'm still going to call Groupon again and complain about my experience, never buying anything from them again.

The company was Bargainlot, or at least mine was supplied by them. Once they were aware of the problems caused by Groupon they were very apologetic and very helpful, I was contacted and helped by Gemma. My TV arrived within 24 hours of speaking to her.
Finally got mine a couple of days ago after I managed to find out where they were coming from and in my case it was not emazingdeals. Maybe they were supplying some but not mine.
If anyone is still stuck in limbo waiting for someone at Groupon to sort this out then reply to this post and I will pass you the information I have which may help.
I ordered mine on the 9th of may, and it still has not yet arrived.
I tried their live chat to get some help but they told me to wait for another week
Could you please tell me how you managed to chase them up?

The only way to get it escalated is to call Groupon and basically shout at them. They kept telling me the same thing: 'just wait another week' and I finally called up and told them I was fed up with it. I made a big deal about it and amazingly I got a call from the actual company that sells the TVs (cant remember the name) and she told me that they were sending it to me overnight delivery. It did come the very next day before lunchtime so I was happy with that.

I'm still going to call Groupon again and complain about my experience, never buying anything from them again.
Finally got mine a couple of days ago after I managed to find out where they were coming from and in my case it was not emazingdeals. Maybe they were supplying some but not mine.
If anyone is still stuck in limbo waiting for someone at Groupon to sort this out then reply to this post and I will pass you the information I have which may help.
I ordered mine on the 9th of may, and it still has not yet arrived.
I tried their live chat to get some help but they told me to wait for another week
Could you please tell me how you managed to chase them up?
Finally got mine a couple of days ago after I managed to find out where they were coming from and in my case it was not emazingdeals. Maybe they were supplying some but not mine.
If anyone is still stuck in limbo waiting for someone at Groupon to sort this out then reply to this post and I will pass you the information I have which may help.
I'm not certain mine was delivered by RPD 2man in the end. It was a rental van, and only a single person delivered it. My complaint is still being processed, apparently, but at least I have the TV, which I'm happy with.

Edited By: klargon on May 20, 2016 14:52: spelling
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Samsung UE22H5600 22" Slim LED HD Smart TV now £149.00 Del @ Ebuyer

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Been looking around for something suitable for my sons gaming set up & thought this might just fit the bill. Has fab reviews across the net too. Quad Core Processor HDMI 3 USB 2 Wi-Fi Freeview HD…
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damn been looking for this below £150 now back at £168
Seems reasonable for a brand name Smart enabled TV.

Probably a bit small for use as a main TV but handy for a bedroom or somewhere where you are tight on space.
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You know you want it........buy it......
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Samsung Series 6 J6300 48-Inch Full HD Smart Curved LED Television - £431.37 @ Amazon

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Currently out of stock, but you can check out now and it will be delivered when it comes back in stock
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What's this set like viewing from a slight side angle as one of our sofas is situated side of tv
If anyone's interested, it is now £499 in richer sounds which comes with a six year warranty.
Gunt
£499 from Amazon?

Yep
£499 from Amazon?
£499 now
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Samsung UE48JU6400 48" 4K TV at John Lewis for £549.00

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Recently reduced from £599, this is from Samsung's entry level range but includes everything you're likely to need, including 4K resolution, Freeview HD, Samsung Smart TV features and built in Wi-Fi.
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On this TV

1080 content on a 4k tv looks good on this size. I can't tell its 1080

4K demo content more detail is visible, and this is noticeable on the test footage/demo

PC work or pc gaming at 4k the difference is noticeable over 1080

Upscaling of any HD content is handled really well.

I dont think there is any disadvantage at all to 4k now, and newer tvs will handle it better.
I can't find this stele any cheaper than £549 anywhere
Also is this tv any good?
Hi, I am interested in this one and wondering where did I price match this from like Wakkaday mentioned above
Good deal. Paid 599 at richer sounds a few weeks ago. Great tv.
I went from a 37 inch 7 year old Toshiba lcd and the difference is night and day.
I sit about 6ft away and I can definitely tell the difference between 4k and full hd. The other sofa is about 10ft away and you can still easily tell the difference from there. And I wouldn't claim to be an AV expert (the difference is so great even the wife spotted it!) :D
As for 4k content, Netflix has plenty but if you're not a subscriber then you are limited.
The HD and games also look superb, though the size of the screen does mean that SD looks a bit naff (like an 80s American drama according to the wife!)
Finally a nod to sports mode (which takes some tweaking but works really well when it's calibrated) and the in built speakers (which are so good I don't feel the need for a sound bar)
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Panasonic TX-50CS520B 50 Inch Smart HD LED TV - £351.01 Southern Electric (SSE) - including 5 year warranty

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Panasonic TX-50CS520B 50 Inch Smart HD LED TV - Southern Electric (SSE) 5% off voucher code: GIVEME5 Price including postage £351.01 Includes 5 year warranty with Panasonic. Not a vestel
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Also found the AV forums settings too white, just upped the colour and it's pretty good now.
Also used AV forums setting but think the picture is too light (white) anyone find same just not sharp
Anyone found decent sound settings ?
Gutted , switched it on and screen full of green lines, picture does not fill the entire screen, will have to use panasonic warranty as i used a courier company to ship it to ireland and i have no way of sending it back to SSE,

Edited By: asdff123 on Mar 21, 2016 19:31
Got my warranty email today after putting in for it yesterday. Used email as proof of purchase and the barcode from the box
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sony 40w705cbu smart tv £318.89 plus 9.95 for delivery or collection free @ directtvs

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good deal for sony tv phoned up prior to ordering and confirmed that TV has a 5 year guarantee ( issued by sony) . TV is due to be updated shortly so retailers getting rid of stock tried price m…
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Just picked up from John Lewis, price matched this and same 5yr guarantee. They didn't charge for delivery either. Happy with the tv - decided 4K wasn't important to me right now
Worth checking if Sainsburys have this in stock. Bought this model for £300 last month.
http://www.superfi.co.uk/images/Sony_5YGForm_1stOctober2015.pdf

emailed sony and they have confirmed tv has a 5 yrar guarantee registered with them yesterday part of sony promotion
Says here that the 5 year guarantee only applies in store. Can anyone confirm?
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Cheap Freesat 49" LG 49LF630V Smart TV Free 6 Year £449.00 @ Richer Sounds

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Same price John Lewis with free 5 Year http://m.johnlewis.com/mt/www.johnlewis.com/lg-49lf630v-led-hd-1080p-smart-tv-49-with-freeview-hd-and-built-in-wi-fi/p1915571#page_loaded http://www.freesa…
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Ive just bought this from the liverpool branch....and got it for £378! and its awesome....

No issues with fast moving sports, sound quality before ive even connected it to my AV is really decent. The built in OS and apps are really simple to use and contain quite a bit. Everything ive cast so far to my chromecast has streamed really well and looks good quality and the reason i say that is because i wasnt sure how it would cope on a 49" compared to a 32".

Plus 6 years warrenty and i have to admit the service by richer sounds is second to none!!
Gman26
Mrs Loyal works for Waitrose so I got a partner card which gets you 25% off at John Lewis, apart from electrical gear which is 12% I believe, but they don't ship electricals abroad.
Like of course stuff like that is way too large for her lug over when she flies over every couple of months but you can get some decent deals over here that balance it out when you strike whilst the iron is hot.
This is my fourth flat panel ...... my first was a 32 inch Panasonic I got around 2005 which was stupid money, like 1500 quid I think. Then about a couple or three years later I bought a 40 inch Sony which was even more ridiculous dough like about 1800 quid I think, then I got a 50 inch Samsung around 4 or 5 years ago that was 'only' around a monkey.
Been making do with a 32 inch Samsung over here which my old man bought before he died, was around 6 years old and did the job but I wanted something new.
I was unsure about a curved screen and if I'm honest had I been going to lob it up on the wall I'd not have bought it but sat on an AV unit you can swivel it about a bit. That all said n done as yet I've not noticed any of the glare issues people speak about but I've only had it a week or so, there ain't been much sun shining in the day and even if there was the 'brat bin' is pretty dark anyway.
I really fiddled about with the picture settings last night, kind of going with what an 'expert' from avforums.com advises and it's made quite a difference, very happy with it, and the 'game mode' preset is excellent
Other than my 'Lucky Goldstar' I've not really owned anything even worth admitting too to be honest, I bought what I think was called a Vistro? 42inch plasma about 10years ago for £800, which at the time i thought was the Mut's nuts, but was probably horrific even by AV standards back then.
I then bought a 39inch Polaroid 720p LCD TV for £400, which i gave away a couple years later as the screen tearing was terrible whilst playing Xbox360 games or watching fast moving sports.
Just before buying the LG i was using a 32inch CRT type BUSH TV for around a year - so you can see that my original question on which TV to buy was fueled purely on the basis that i just haven't a clue what a good picture looks like :)
Based on user reviews and some first hand impressions of TVs I've seen in store I've mainly been looking at Sony BRAVIAs and 2014-15 6 series Samsungs, all of which are around the £500-600 mark (which at the moment is the top end of my budget) I do want to see this LG in store and the Panasonic if possible before i pull the trigger though.
If i do end up buying one of these and it explodes or runs off with my girlfriend however, you'll have first dibs on the "I told you so's" ;)
Thanks for the reply

No need to thank me mate but you welcome nonetheless, of all the tellies I've listed above the only one there was a problem with was the 32 inch Samsung my old man bought over here in Austria.

Being the older generation and having paid a lot of dough for that set at the time the salesman talked him in to an extended warranty and luckily, or unluckily whichever way you look at it, the thing came in to use a couple of months before the time was up. The screen just went, like it switched on and there was sound but no picture at all.

Stöhr the local shop me old man got it from came and took it away, a week or two later it returned and all fine. To be fair that was at least three years ago now, never been a problem since then but I just wanted something new for me gaming.

Did me research and hunted around the usual places like mediamarkt.at and saturn.at and amazon.de till one of the half a dozen or so I was interested in had a biting price.

See I could be 'relieved of my duties' over here tomorrow and then I got a hell of a lot of gear I got to shift back to the UK so I really resisted big things like televisions for years but it came to the point I missed my proper telly, my home rig of Denon and Arcam delights, my Q Acoustics floor standers etc way too much and thus treated myself to all this gear over the last week or two.

As that irritating froggie who used to play for the frontwheels and jaw-dees said in his L'Oréal advert :{ because I'm worth it
Mrs Loyal works for Waitrose so I got a partner card which gets you 25% off at John Lewis, apart from electrical gear which is 12% I believe, but they don't ship electricals abroad.
Like of course stuff like that is way too large for her lug over when she flies over every couple of months but you can get some decent deals over here that balance it out when you strike whilst the iron is hot.
This is my fourth flat panel ...... my first was a 32 inch Panasonic I got around 2005 which was stupid money, like 1500 quid I think. Then about a couple or three years later I bought a 40 inch Sony which was even more ridiculous dough like about 1800 quid I think, then I got a 50 inch Samsung around 4 or 5 years ago that was 'only' around a monkey.
Been making do with a 32 inch Samsung over here which my old man bought before he died, was around 6 years old and did the job but I wanted something new.
I was unsure about a curved screen and if I'm honest had I been going to lob it up on the wall I'd not have bought it but sat on an AV unit you can swivel it about a bit. That all said n done as yet I've not noticed any of the glare issues people speak about but I've only had it a week or so, there ain't been much sun shining in the day and even if there was the 'brat bin' is pretty dark anyway.
I really fiddled about with the picture settings last night, kind of going with what an 'expert' from avforums.com advises and it's made quite a difference, very happy with it, and the 'game mode' preset is excellent

Other than my 'Lucky Goldstar' I've not really owned anything even worth admitting too to be honest, I bought what I think was called a Vistro? 42inch plasma about 10years ago for £800, which at the time i thought was the Mut's nuts, but was probably horrific even by AV standards back then.
I then bought a 39inch Polaroid 720p LCD TV for £400, which i gave away a couple years later as the screen tearing was terrible whilst playing Xbox360 games or watching fast moving sports.
Just before buying the LG i was using a 32inch CRT type BUSH TV for around a year - so you can see that my original question on which TV to buy was fueled purely on the basis that i just haven't a clue what a good picture looks like :)

Based on user reviews and some first hand impressions of TVs I've seen in store I've mainly been looking at Sony BRAVIAs and 2014-15 6 series Samsungs, all of which are around the £500-600 mark (which at the moment is the top end of my budget) I do want to see this LG in store and the Panasonic if possible before i pull the trigger though.

If i do end up buying one of these and it explodes or runs off with my girlfriend however, you'll have first dibs on the "I told you so's" ;)

Thanks for the reply
Gman26
Me well informed? Nah not at all so I'd not recommend anything in particular apart from not recommending Lucky Goldstar because they just have a bad name, bad image and the odd person I know who has had one had dramas with them.
I very recently 'upgraded' to a Samsung UE 48 J 6300 series curved which is two inches smaller than what I got back home in the UK but it was a decent price for a telly as well received by reviewers as this was one was when it launched last summer, I got it for €599.http://www.mediamarkt.at/de/product/_samsung-ue-48-j-6370-suxzg-curved-led-tv-1406120.html
Oh and I then went against all my extreme AV beliefs by not just investing in a 'one box solutuion' soundbar on Sunday just gone, but also purchasing a Samsung one at that.
Hmmmm I am more your Yamaha, Onkyo and Arcam kind of geezer on that front but Media Markt were doing a one day special on the Samsung HW-J650 which I picked up for €256. It's back up to €399 now so that really was a great deal for another product that has had pretty solid reviews from outlets I tend to trust as much as is possible in this game.
So there you have it, the darkest home entertainment secrets of a Brit marooned in Austria indefinitely revealed (_;) I hope you're happy now.
Nice, I've looked at the Samsungs previously, I was on the verge of buying the UE55H6400 last year when John Lewis had one on sale for £550 but i was too late and missed it :(
I don't want a curved screen as i want to wall mount however the UE48JU6400 is on Richersounds for £599, may go in store to compare a few sets.

Mrs Loyal works for Waitrose so I got a partner card which gets you 25% off at John Lewis, apart from electrical gear which is 12% I believe, but they don't ship electricals abroad.

Like of course stuff like that is way too large for her lug over when she flies over every couple of months but you can get some decent deals over here that balance it out when you strike whilst the iron is hot.

This is my fourth flat panel ...... my first was a 32 inch Panasonic I got around 2005 which was stupid money, like 1500 quid I think. Then about a couple or three years later I bought a 40 inch Sony which was even more ridiculous dough like about 1800 quid I think, then I got a 50 inch Samsung around 4 or 5 years ago that was 'only' around a monkey.

Been making do with a 32 inch Samsung over here which my old man bought before he died, was around 6 years old and did the job but I wanted something new.

I was unsure about a curved screen and if I'm honest had I been going to lob it up on the wall I'd not have bought it but sat on an AV unit you can swivel it about a bit. That all said n done as yet I've not noticed any of the glare issues people speak about but I've only had it a week or so, there ain't been much sun shining in the day and even if there was the 'brat bin' is pretty dark anyway.

I really fiddled about with the picture settings last night, kind of going with what an 'expert' from avforums.com advises and it's made quite a difference, very happy with it, and the 'game mode' preset is excellent.
Me well informed? Nah not at all so I'd not recommend anything in particular apart from not recommending Lucky Goldstar because they just have a bad name, bad image and the odd person I know who has had one had dramas with them.
I very recently 'upgraded' to a Samsung UE 48 J 6300 series curved which is two inches smaller than what I got back home in the UK but it was a decent price for a telly as well received by reviewers as this was one was when it launched last summer, I got it for €599.http://www.mediamarkt.at/de/product/_samsung-ue-48-j-6370-suxzg-curved-led-tv-1406120.html
Oh and I then went against all my extreme AV beliefs by not just investing in a 'one box solutuion' soundbar on Sunday just gone, but also purchasing a Samsung one at that.
Hmmmm I am more your Yamaha, Onkyo and Arcam kind of geezer on that front but Media Markt were doing a one day special on the Samsung HW-J650 which I picked up for €256. It's back up to €399 now so that really was a great deal for another product that has had pretty solid reviews from outlets I tend to trust as much as is possible in this game.
So there you have it, the darkest home entertainment secrets of a Brit marooned in Austria indefinitely revealed (_;) I hope you're happy now.

Nice, I've looked at the Samsungs previously, I was on the verge of buying the UE55H6400 last year when John Lewis had one on sale for £550 but i was too late and missed it :(

I don't want a curved screen as i want to wall mount however the UE48JU6400 is on Richersounds for £599, may go in store to compare a few sets.
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Can't believe you can still buy 27" sets
You could get this 28 inch one but its only 720p :D
Can't believe you can still buy 27" sets
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Samsung UE40J5100 HD TV £268.68 @ Amazon

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Good value for money 40" HD TV lower than previously posted. Overall rating on Reevoo is 9.4/10 with good reviews. 2HDMI ports and 1 USB slot. Price has gone up at Amazon. Same price at Dabs on…
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Crap telly, pay a bit more for a smart tv
Do smartvtvs slow over time due to junk build up?
I have the d5500, and over time it has lost support for netflix and YouTube, so its getting dumber. good tv otherwise. there are a lot of options now, and as long as you have hdmi inputs you could make the tv smart. I had to buy Chromecast to stream content now.
That's what I thought and I've read which is what puts me off a smart tv
codge
Crap telly, pay a bit more for a smart tv


​Idiot!
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codge
Crap telly, pay a bit more for a smart tv
Do smartvtvs slow over time due to junk build up?
I have the d5500, and over time it has lost support for netflix and YouTube, so its getting dumber. good tv otherwise. there are a lot of options now, and as long as you have hdmi inputs you could make the tv smart. I had to buy Chromecast to stream content now.
codge
Crap telly, pay a bit more for a smart tv
Do smartvtvs slow over time due to junk build up?
codge
Crap telly, pay a bit more for a smart tv

Own the 5500 which is the smart TV version of this, and I do not use any of the smart TV features.. Picture quality is excellent though on these..
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Apparently no headphone socket! Shame as was going to bite but need one for my soundbar.
Are you sure about that? I would be amazed if that's the case.


You
Yes - got mine Monday. So it hasn't got all the bells and whistles of many modern sets but picture and sound are excellent. It looks great - if a little overpowering in my small living room - but, still, an absolute steal at that price.
Mine arrived today - brilliant TV! Colours are excellent and the full HD picture is nice and sharp. Viewing angles are good and the sound is incredible for an LED TV. Watching football is OK but I'm not convinced it's really 100hz. Bargain nonetheless!
Just go this tv, does anyone have good settings? Also, does it need a special wall mount?

Edited By: alonso on Feb 15, 2016 21:35
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Its quiet a lot more I know but its 4k and wifihttp://ao.com/product/ue55ju6000-samsung-tv-black-37451-108.aspx
What's the point of linking to something that costs 3 times more?
because this one is no longer available and this is the nearest the market offers? Dur.
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Samsung UE55J5500 £549.99 (inc free delivery) at Co-op online - £524.99 after discount code applied

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Samsung TV cheaper than posted previously. £524.99 after using discount code JFE25 code for £25 off - thanks to pavel76 Current prices at other stores. John Lewis : 729 Tesco : 669 Coop : 549…
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Got it last week for 239.50 from tesco
how?
He nicked it, the £239 was the taxi fare to Liverpool.
winter_zombie
you can get the 4K version the,48ju6400 for £50 more.
no, a 55" for same price plus postage http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue55ju6400-55-ultra-hd-with-code-599-34-95-delivery-rgbdirect-2385297?p=27304180
JFE25 code for £25 off
balvir
Got it last week for 239.50 from tesco
how?
you can get the 4K version the,48ju6400 for £50 more.
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Samsung UE48JU6000KXXU 48 Inch Smart TV £499.00 @ Tesco Direct

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Found this deal posted http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-48-4k-smart-tv-549-very-2388042 for £549. Tesco direct only £499.
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Sorry OP' just had to re - read your post!
Imo not good on here to confuse us myself included with such a brief deal / cross deal with another post - it reads that your asking if the earlier deal was a good one?!
I see now you've actually posted a better deal from tesco's - heat added' but it's also cheaper from elsewhere ( not that I checked X)

where is it cheaper than this please? i couldn't find.


Me neither now ( don't you just love website cookies! It was cheaper elsewhere to the tune of £50 but isn't anywhere now so yes your tesco deal is a good deal :)
pennyfarthing88
Sorry OP' just had to re - read your post!
Imo not good on here to confuse us myself included with such a brief deal / cross deal with another post - it reads that your asking if the earlier deal was a good one?!
I see now you've actually posted a better deal from tesco's - heat added' but it's also cheaper from elsewhere ( not that I checked X)

where is it cheaper than this please? i couldn't find.
Sorry OP' just had to re - read your post!
Imo not good on here to confuse us myself included with such a brief deal / cross deal with another post - it reads that your asking if the earlier deal was a good one?!

I see now you've actually posted a better deal from tesco's - heat added' but it's also cheaper from elsewhere ( not that I checked X)
Probably best in the ask section
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Samsung UE60J6100 60 Inch Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD £719.00 @ Tesco

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and 1.51% tcb
The summary contradicts itself, it says 55" display but the title says 60".
Good deal if 60"

http://s12.postimg.org/bevoitxyl/Screen_Shot_2016_02_02_at_16_55_02.png


Edited By: stemac23 on Feb 02, 2016 16:56
Link not working, so here's the direct link

http://www.tesco.com/direct/samsung-ue60j6100-60-inch-full-hd-1080p-led-tv-with-freeview-hd/567-6148.prd?pageLevel=&skuId=567-6148

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The Samsung UE60J6100 gives you a stunning Full HD 1080p picture that’s crisp, clear and breathtakingly lifelike to create an amazing TV viewing experience. The LED backlighting on the impressive 60-inch display produces sharper images, fantastic colour and clarity, bringing all the magic of the cinema into your living room. The built-in Freeview HD tuner allows you to access a wide range of TV channels with the addition of an electronic programme guide so you can keep on top of your week's viewing schedule.

With 2 HDMI ports, you can connect the Samsung UE60J6100 to your satellite box, games console, Blu-Ray player or any other HDMI equipped device. The TV also supports USB connectivity that enables you to view and enjoy movies, pictures and music stored on a hard disk or flash drive

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Thanks whatyadoinsucka for sharing :)
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I also paid £599 from Richer Sounds before Christmas, but it's a great telly once setup yo how you like it.
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skyarsenal
does anyone know the diffrent between this and the ju6000 apart from the obvious stand ?
or and does this deal come with 5 years gurantee?

I am having problems finding a list of specs to easily compare. Amazon mentions that the 6000 uses mpeg4 tuner technology and the 6400 uses DVB-S2 (HD) (!'ve no idea which is better)

Here's the 6000 manual (20 pages):
http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/EM/201511/20151123095244458/JU6000-XU_BN68-07539G-02ENG-0924.pdf
and heres the 6400 manual (208 pages!)
http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/201508/20150806092714298/ENG_HMUDVBEUJ-1.312.pdf
(which talks of the 2 remotes including the voice enabled smaller remote)

The last Samsung I saw had the stand of a 6000 and its really horrible. Can't see that the 6400 one could be any worse.

I doubt theres a 5 year warranty



DVB-S2 is a satellite tuner.
samkiani
Has the price just gone up? Currently 679 starting price.
Oops I was looking at a diff tv! Pls ignore.
av forum have a review aswell
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Samsung UE55J5500 55 Inch TV @ BHS Direct £587 (+£25 delivery) £612.00

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Good price for this TV. I did try and get John Lewis to price match but they refused as it's supplied by a 3rd party and not BHS.
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Got this price matched with tesco before xmas for £583
Thank you for your enquiry.

In order to apply a price reduction on a purchase, the criteria in our pricing policy must be met. I regret that after review the request you have submitted does not match all or parts of this policy.

To match a price request, the competitor must trade on the same basis as us. This means we compare how we sell the product to how it is sold by the competitor to ensure it's comparable. We particularly look at stock availability, delivery charges and fitting/installation services.

Unfortunately, as BHS Direct’s prices are only available via a third party who are an online only retailer (Buy it Direct) and independent to prices available from BHS stores we are unable to price match them as a comparable competitor.

Nor are Appliances Direct considered a comparable retailer as their Service Conditions state "if you are not available to receive your goods, there will be a redelivery charge. Unsuccessful deliveries will be charged the return delivery fee to our warehouse." The return delivery fee is £49. As John Lewis offers free redelivery, the service conditions are not the same.

Therefore, on this occasion I regret that I cannot match the price offered by BHS Direct and Appliances Direct. If you would like to view more information about Never Knowingly Undersold and our pricing you can do so on our website.

I am sorry I have not been able to reduce the price on this occasion. If you require any further information or assistance please do not hesitate to contact me.

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Thank you for your enquiry.

In order to apply a price reduction on a purchase, the criteria in our pricing policy must be met. I regret that after review the request you have submitted does not match all or parts of this policy.

To match a price request, the competitor must trade on the same basis as us. This means we compare how we sell the product to how it is sold by the competitor to ensure it's comparable. We particularly look at stock availability, delivery charges and fitting/installation services.

Unfortunately, as BHS Direct’s prices are only available via a third party who are an online only retailer (Buy it Direct) and independent to prices available from BHS stores we are unable to price match them as a comparable competitor.

Nor are Appliances Direct considered a comparable retailer as their Service Conditions state "if you are not available to receive your goods, there will be a redelivery charge. Unsuccessful deliveries will be charged the return delivery fee to our warehouse." The return delivery fee is £49. As John Lewis offers free redelivery, the service conditions are not the same.

Therefore, on this occasion I regret that I cannot match the price offered by BHS Direct and Appliances Direct. If you would like to view more information about Never Knowingly Undersold and our pricing you can do so on our website.

I am sorry I have not been able to reduce the price on this occasion. If you require any further information or assistance please do not hesitate to contact me.

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pretty much the normal price.
Pretty sure this has been in currys at £199.99 for a while?
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EXDISPLAY Samsung UE40H6400 40" Full HD LED Smart 3D TV at Ebuyer for £337.98 (last one!)

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well, just ordered from ebuyer for £339.99 with free 5 day delivery, last of their stock i think as it's now showing discontinued on their website. just found out that it will be delivered by Yodel so i'm begining to sweat as i've had terrible trouble with them in the past. last year i ordered a glass tv stand from another website and they dropped and smashed it in transit. never deliver when they say they will.( just my experience with them) maybe some have had better. let's hope it arrives on time and in one piece this time.

Edited By: sirpercivalglyde on Jan 28, 2016 05:27
Ordered this TV 10 days ago. 7 days later I checked my order which was processing and I was informed that they had no stock so I cancelled my order. Still havent been refunded so phoned them up today and asked what the story was. I was first told that this TV isn't in stock, then told it might be so I could order it again but they didn't know when the supplier will be able to dispatch it.

So, in summary, i havent been refunded yet but I can make another order again for the same TV as it might be available but dabs have no idea when I will receive it. Bloomin' shambles.
anyone had dealings with appliancesdirect? they have it as £349.98 or £329.98 with £1 subscription to which magazine. postage is £9.95 though
Now £331.30 with Topcashback.
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Okay so never bought from DABS before but ordered this TV a week ago. All I have is an email confirmation of order with a link to check status of order on their website. 1 week later it is still classed as "processing". Is this normal? How long can it take?
I called them today. My order is 10 days old and they said the supplier should be sending stock either 19th or 20th. She sounded like my order would be fulfilled. Have ordered from Dabs before (now and again over the past 15+ years) and they are usually spot on. Will keep you posted....


Well, mine just turned up today! All good! Not sure why this keeps getting marked as expired, especially as there are still 14 in stock showing on the retailer's site...
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SAMSUNG UE55H6200 55 INCH SMART 3D LED TV RGBDIRECT £579.00

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After adding 5yr warranty (49.99) and having to pay for delivery (£34.95) this comes to £663.94.
Would I be better off buying this version for £649 with 6yr warranty, delivery and 2 3d glasses:http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/samsung/ue55h6400/sams-ue55h6400
I took a quick look and the tv's look quite similar to me
I've just ordered this from Richer Sounds. 6 year warranty & 3D glasses just swung it.

Me too, you might find these calibration settings handy when you come to set it up:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/review/RUBJUKY3H7SCC/ref=cm_cr_dp_title?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00ITHZOZM&channel=detail-glance&nodeID=560858&store=home-theater
Can anyone measure the stand for me, Front to back and left to right? Thanks
t1_16
After adding 5yr warranty (49.99) and having to pay for delivery (£34.95) this comes to £663.94.
Would I be better off buying this version for £649 with 6yr warranty, delivery and 2 3d glasses:http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/samsung/ue55h6400/sams-ue55h6400
I took a quick look and the tv's look quite similar to me

I've just ordered this from Richer Sounds. 6 year warranty & 3D glasses just swung it.
t1_16
After adding 5yr warranty (49.99) and having to pay for delivery (£34.95) this comes to £663.94.
Would I be better off buying this version for £649 with 6yr warranty, delivery and 2 3d glasses:http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/samsung/ue55h6400/sams-ue55h6400
I took a quick look and the tv's look quite similar to me

I've got a price match with John Lewis for the ju6400 at 729 with 5 years warranty.

Besides being 3d what is the difference between this h6400 at richer sounds and the ju6400.
Is the ju6400 a better screen? Obviously if the h6400 is better I will go for that as it is cheaper too.
Not really going to use 3d but if it's there.. it is there.

Edited By: Huggybearuk on Jan 07, 2016 11:32
After adding 5yr warranty (49.99) and having to pay for delivery (£34.95) this comes to £663.94.

Would I be better off buying this version for £649 with 6yr warranty, delivery and 2 3d glasses:
http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/samsung/ue55h6400/sams-ue55h6400

I took a quick look and the tv's look quite similar to me
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does accidental damage include unruly kids throwing their toys and cracking the screen?
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£359 now?
Using the code!!!
£359 now?
good point all
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John Lewis cost £20 more but you get 5 years warranty vs 1 year.
JL will include accidental damage for only £20 over the 5 years. Whereas to get the same 5 year cover with accidental damage it's an additional £167 (which is about half of the original cost!).

thats out of stock
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48 inch Samsung UE48H8000 Curved 3D Smart LED TV 1080p HD Freeview HD freesat HD £599.95 @ Richer Sounds

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Yes this TV will only have 12 months grantee but for £499 the spec is excellent also has a 5.1 decoder built in so you can listen to HD channels in Dolby without the need of an AV amp and it has a 40W speaker system with a subwoofer OK I know this will be limited but you will get reasonable sound from the TV.
I got an ex display a few years back with full extended guarantee
Ok shame
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VIP members get an additional 10% 0ff and its free to join.
Plus 6 year guarantee also
If its clearance then its just 1yr not 6
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Plus 6 year guarantee also
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Samsung UE40JU6670 Curved 4K Ultra-HD Smart TV, 40" £599.00 @ John Lewis

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5 year guarantee included. The JU6670 Ultra-High Definition television will stun you with its rich colour palette, oceanic detail and advanced Smart features. Samsung’s curved screen doubles the UH…
RockyRobin Avatar7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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Nice TV but how can you be immersed in a 40" screen, and curved is just a con, only old cinema screens with old projectors need to be curved
​ surely it depends how far you're sitting away from it?
I'm considering using something like this as a desktop monitor and will be sitting about 2 ccr away from it!
Hi Youngsyr.
Might be worth checking this site out as it gives you info on what to look out for when using a TV as a monitor.http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/by-usage/pc-monitor/best
I want to do the same but yet to find a 40' that's 4:4:4 Chroma @4k with good enough response time/input lag etc


Thanks for the link! :)
Youngsyr
devlino
Nice TV but how can you be immersed in a 40" screen, and curved is just a con, only old cinema screens with old projectors need to be curved
​ surely it depends how far you're sitting away from it?
I'm considering using something like this as a desktop monitor and will be sitting about 2 ccr away from it!

Hi Youngsyr.

Might be worth checking this site out as it gives you info on what to look out for when using a TV as a monitor.

http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/by-usage/pc-monitor/best

I want to do the same but yet to find a 40' that's 4:4:4 Chroma @4k with good enough response time/input lag etc
devlino
Nice TV but how can you be immersed in a 40" screen, and curved is just a con, only old cinema screens with old projectors need to be curved


​ surely it depends how far you're sitting away from it?

I'm considering using something like this as a desktop monitor and will be sitting about 2 ccr away from it!
Nice TV but how can you be immersed in a 40" screen, and curved is just a con, only old cinema screens with old projectors need to be curved
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SAMSUNG UE40JU6740 Smart Ultra HD 4k 40" Curved LED TV £599.00

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5 Years Guarantee 4k Ultra HD picture is 4 times the resolution of HD Curved screen for immersive viewing 1200 PQI Smart: Catch up TV & App Store Tuner: Freeview HD & Freesat HD Not sure if
BIGJDS360 Avatar7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago2 Comments
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Just bought this for £749 so gutted, great spec for 599.
the perfect right size curved PC monitor capable of 4-4-4 chroma @4k 60hz. 2015 Samsung range are also the fastest response in the 4k tv market. Still expensive but best proper 4k upscaling vs all other makes