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15% off at Look Again with code - Eg 50in Samsung 4K UHD HDR LED TV UE50TU7000 £326 / 55'' £368 / 65'' £513 / 75'' £679 / 70'' RU7020 £619
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15% off at Look Again with code - Eg 50in Samsung 4K UHD HDR LED TV UE50TU7000 £326 / 55'' £368 / 65'' £513 / 75'' £679 / 70'' RU7020 £619

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Posted 30th AprEdited by:"devinn"
Don’t settle for anything less than crystal clear colour. The Samsung UE50TU7000 50in Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV delivers pure colours, sharp contrast, and brilliant brightness. HDR displays the brightest anddarkest colours in each frame, so everything from dimly lit dialogue scenes to nature documentaries look vivid and realistic.


UE55TU7000 4K UHD HDR LED TV 55'' £368
UE65TU7000 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV 65'' £513
UE75TU7000 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV 75'' £683
UE70RU7020 70'' £619
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What's the difference between this and the 2019 model?
Never heard of these guys who are they and are the new company?
Amazing deal as this code works site wide . Tempted to buy the 55 inch cheapest online using the discount
If one had hdmi 2.1 and VRR with 120htz at 4K then I'll be happy but I doubt this one does. If anyone finds a 65 inch or above with all those gaming features for less than 1k let me know
jsalesfitness30/04/2020 08:23

If one had hdmi 2.1 and VRR with 120htz at 4K then I'll be happy but I …If one had hdmi 2.1 and VRR with 120htz at 4K then I'll be happy but I doubt this one does. If anyone finds a 65 inch or above with all those gaming features for less than 1k let me know


this is an entry level Samsung... no chance lol
Why would any one buy one of these TVs? Still worse than a Samsung KS7000 from 4 years ago.
slannmage30/04/2020 08:29

Why would any one buy one of these TVs? Still worse than a Samsung KS7000 …Why would any one buy one of these TVs? Still worse than a Samsung KS7000 from 4 years ago.


Price?

I need to update my 43" TV from 13 years ago. I wouldn't be updating it if it wasn't for the fact that it got damaged (son playing boxing on the wii). Otherwise the 13 year old picture was more than adequate for our needs. I don't need blacks to be perfectly black, I don't need the colours to be 100% match to the real world, I don't need motion to be perfect. It's just TV.

Has anyone bought from these though? I've never heard of them.
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Don't buy the tu7000, manufacturing issue, loads have flickering display issues.
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