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2019 43" Q60R QLED 4K Quantum HDR Smart TV @ Samsung Store
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2019 43" Q60R QLED 4K Quantum HDR Smart TV @ Samsung Store

£452.30£52914%Samsung Store Deals
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Posted 29th Nov 2019

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If you use UNIDAYS you can get 10% off, plus an extra 5% when you use code TVBF5. Also samsung are offering the extended 5 year warrenty free with the purchase.

Samsung’s Q60R QLED TV lets you experience every scene as if you were there, with a picture made of over a billion colours and shades, and receive personalised suggestions for what to watch next. Ambient Mode turns the screen into a decorative feature, displaying customisable content, and can blend the TV into its surroundings.* Control all compatible devices with One Remote Control, and you can access a world of online entertainment via Samsung's Smart Hub, and interact by voice with the Bixby Voice Assistant.

Quantum Processor 4K
This TV adapts to give you the optimum 4K picture, targeted sound and personalised TV recommendations.

Q HDR
HDR deepens your view and shows shades previously unseen in home entertainment. Expanding light, dark and every colour in between to extraordinary new levels, this model's picture gets closer to real life. With Q HDR, the supreme brightness levels of QLED technology enables you to experience the full potential of the latest HDR standards.

4K Ultra High Definition
This 43” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p Full HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail. And UHD upscaling increases the clarity of non-4K content.

Features:


100% Colour Volume: utilising quantum dot technology, QLED takes light and turns it into breath-taking colour. 100% colour volume is achieved (DCI-P3 standard measure), for a realistic picture of rich, authentic colour of over a billion hues.

Ambient Mode: removing the blank screen, the QLED can blend into the room with decorative, useful and customisable content.*

Game Enhancer: stay one step ahead of the competition with picture and sound that adapts as fast as you game.

Wide Viewing Angle: for a great picture, wherever you sit.

Adaptive Sound: the audio adapts to suit both the content of what you’re watching, and the acoustics of the room.

One Remote Control: control all of your compatible devices and content for seamless multitasking.

Samsung Smart Hub and Apps
With ultra-high definition streaming, catch-up and games services, Samsung's Smart Hub is a superbly intuitive platform. Access the latest apps to experience the best content from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, BT Sport, NOW TV, Rakuten TV, Google Play Movie and TV, Disney Life, UK TV Play, Hay U and BFI.** You can browse content easily, searching for your favourite programmes and movies while you are still watching TV. Enjoy super-fast response times, as you toggle between apps, online services and live TV with ease. Samsung's Universal Guide lets you discover great content with tailored recommendations just for you.

Voice Assistant
Interact and control your TV with your voice. Bixby is an intelligent assistant that can help you manage your TV and compatible smart home devices. This TV also works with Alexa, Google Assistant and Smart Things devices (compatible phone and app required. Exact functionality may change at any time and be withdrawn from the product without notice).

Samsung TVPlus
Experience easy access to the latest movies via your TV guide in addition to all your traditional TV channels. Whether you’re browsing for the latest Hollywood blockbuster or trying to find Ultra HD content, expand your viewing options through a wealth of additional Smart channels with Samsung TV Plus. Watch subscription free content with on-air and catch-up services including BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and My5. Charges apply for premium on-demand content.

Slim Design with Clean Cable Solution
Slim Design looks stunning from any angle, with a clean back panel. In keeping with the elegant aesthetic, connecting cables run down through legs of the stand, complementing a supremely refined look.

Match the Q60R TV with the HW-Q60R sound bar (available separately), which Samsung have crafted to perfectly complement the TV, both in design, and to complete an amazing audio-visual experience.
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44 Comments
How much better is this than the RU7400?
Doesn't work...
I’ve tried using those codes and neither work for me ?
kdwilliams8729/11/2019 07:57

Doesn't work...


I linked the tv, but you need to physically go to UNiDAYS and find it then buy it through the internet page it opens. If that makes sense?
Edited by: "DealsForlife34" 29th Nov 2019
xxexcitedxx29/11/2019 08:03

I’ve tried using those codes and neither work for me ?


Did you actually go through UNIDAYS? because they won’t work otherwise
Louis0229/11/2019 07:42

How much better is this than the RU7400?


That’s just smart 4k tv with crystal clear tech but this is QLED Samsung’s latest tech.
djjibran29/11/2019 08:25

That’s just smart 4k tv with crystal clear tech but this is QLED Samsung’s …That’s just smart 4k tv with crystal clear tech but this is QLED Samsung’s latest tech.


What does that mean tho
Louis0229/11/2019 08:26

What does that mean tho


Means slightly better than the other model.
Just like LG has NanoCell and then they have OLED
Heat from me!
I need this tv. How is this for gaming?
Any1 have unidays link please thanks
The_Fiend29/11/2019 10:11

I need this tv. How is this for gaming?


In gaming mode has around 11ms response time, which isn’t bad.
The_Fiend29/11/2019 10:11

I need this tv. How is this for gaming?


Blurb from RTings:
The Samsung Q60R QLED is a good 4k TV that delivers good overall picture quality, with deep blacks and a wide color gamut. It has a nearly identical design to last year's Samsung Q6FN. It has outstanding motion handling and excellent low input lag, great for gaming or fast action movies. Like the rest of Samsung's QLED lineup, it supports FreeSync, and has an optional low latency game motion interpolation feature. Unfortunately, the image degrades when viewed at an angle, it doesn't have a local dimming feature, and it can't get very bright in HDR.
Edited by: "MisterMadHatter" 29th Nov 2019
What's the best 43 inch out there m8
The issue with these smaller Samsung panels is whether they come with a VA panel, or an IPS panel. IPS are great for wide viewing angles if you don't sit directly facing it, but it loses the nice deep blacks when watching films, so movies aren't as good. It's a panel lottery. I recently picked up a 7400, hoping it would be a VA panel, but it's IPS. Horses for courses though.
Any recommendations on a 43 inch TV with va panel and low input lag
The_Fiend29/11/2019 10:18

What's the best 43 inch out there m8


The Q60R appears to be top dog. Alternatively, check out the Panasonic GX800, which some people prefer for films. It's only 40" though, but doubt you'd notice the difference, and it's guaranteed to be a VA panel if that's your preference. Third would be the Samsung RU7400, which also gets very well reviewed by What HiFI.
maradona29/11/2019 10:28

Any recommendations on a 43 inch TV with va panel and low input lag


As I mentioned, it's a total lottery on 43 inchers. The Panasonic GX800 is guaranteed to be a VA panel, as they don't produce IPS panels at 40". Most people over at AV Forums have received the VA version of the Q60R, and also with the RU7400. I got unlucky with my RU7400, so I'm sending it back and trying to find a deal on the Panasonic. Alternatively, I'll try my look on the Q60R, as it's an upgrade to the RU7400. Saying that, I think most people would be happy with IPS. I just like my movies and want the best possible picture.
Edited by: "MisterMadHatter" 29th Nov 2019
MisterMadHatter29/11/2019 10:35

As I mentioned, it's a total lottery on 43 inchers. The Panasonic GX800 is …As I mentioned, it's a total lottery on 43 inchers. The Panasonic GX800 is guaranteed to be a VA panel, as they don't produce IPS panels at 40". Most people over at AV Forums have received the VA version of the Q60R, and also with the RU7400. I got unlucky with my RU7400, so I'm sending it back and trying to find a deal on the Panasonic. Alternatively, I'll try my look on the Q60R, as it's an upgrade to the RU7400. Saying that, I think most people would be happy with IPS. I just like my movies and want the best possible picture.


Thanks

Does this qled panel suffer from burn in over time?

Regarding the ru7400, argos has the exclusive ru7470 for 400 quid, from what I've read it has slightly higher ppi or something like that... Do you know of this panel and is it va?
maradona29/11/2019 10:38

ThanksDoes this qled panel suffer from burn in over time?Regarding the …ThanksDoes this qled panel suffer from burn in over time?Regarding the ru7400, argos has the exclusive ru7470 for 400 quid, from what I've read it has slightly higher ppi or something like that... Do you know of this panel and is it va?


I've not read any issues with burn in on this set, although it's still relatively new to the scene. I don't see this as being an issue though, due to its technology. I think the 7470, which provides an ever-so-slightly picture than the 7400 (although maybe not that noticeable to the average person tbh) will be the same panel lottery. Argos may well let you return it if you find it's an IPS and you don't like it though. You'll be able to tell instantly when you move to an angle. IPS will maintain the colours but with VA panels, the colour drops significantly and looks washed out.

Have a read of this article to understand the differences between IPS and VA:
rtings.com/tv/…lcd
MisterMadHatter:

I've not read any issues with burn in on this set, although it's still relatively new to the scene. I don't see this as being an issue though, due to its technology. I think the 7470, which provides an ever-so-slightly picture than the 7400 (although maybe not that noticeable to the average person tbh) will be the same panel lottery. Argos may well let you return it if you find it's an IPS and you don't like it though. You'll be able to tell instantly when you move to an angle. IPS will maintain the colours but with VA panels, the colour drops significantly and looks washed out.

Have a read of this article to understand the differences between IPS and VA:
rtings.com/tv/learn/ips-led-vs-va-lcd

Thank you, that link was informative

I may just try my luck with the ru7400 off amazon for 366 quid... Or would u suggest paying the extra and getting it from richer sounds for 400 quid with the warranty or the 7470 for 400 quid from currys with less warranty. I haven't purchased a TV in ages so unsure with these new ones and warranties etc
Edited by: "maradona" 29th Nov 2019
MisterMadHatter29/11/2019 10:31

The Q60R appears to be top dog. Alternatively, check out the Panasonic …The Q60R appears to be top dog. Alternatively, check out the Panasonic GX800, which some people prefer for films. It's only 40" though, but doubt you'd notice the difference, and it's guaranteed to be a VA panel if that's your preference. Third would be the Samsung RU7400, which also gets very well reviewed by What HiFI.


I looked at the Panasonic yesterday in JL (£499). Lovely straight on. Viewing angles are bad though and the red is stripped out from about 25degrees onwards.
MisterMadHatter29/11/2019 10:50

I've not read any issues with burn in on this set, although it's still …I've not read any issues with burn in on this set, although it's still relatively new to the scene. I don't see this as being an issue though, due to its technology. I think the 7470, which provides an ever-so-slightly picture than the 7400 (although maybe not that noticeable to the average person tbh) will be the same panel lottery. Argos may well let you return it if you find it's an IPS and you don't like it though. You'll be able to tell instantly when you move to an angle. IPS will maintain the colours but with VA panels, the colour drops significantly and looks washed out.Have a read of this article to understand the differences between IPS and VA:https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/ips-led-vs-va-lcd


Any thoughts on Philips? Am looking for a 43in myself and was wanting the 43pus7394 partly for the ambilight but don't want to get it just for that if it's overall not as good. The Samsung 7400 is the other one I was looking at. Cheers
speric0729/11/2019 11:13

I looked at the Panasonic yesterday in JL (£499). Lovely straight on. …I looked at the Panasonic yesterday in JL (£499). Lovely straight on. Viewing angles are bad though and the red is stripped out from about 25degrees onwards.


Yep. That's the VA panel for you. It would be the worst TV if you can't sit (more or less) directly in front of it. I think that's why manufacturers have started using IPS panels a bit more, due to them being more flexible sets, but they do come with the cost of picture quality degradation. To be honest, most people wouldn't care too much, and they're much better if you watch TV in a light environment. The RU7400 I've currently got still has a great picture quality, especially in HDR, but I do notice that the blacks aren't black.
Edited by: "MisterMadHatter" 29th Nov 2019
sorry but i dont think the update is a great deal, i dont use Unidays and i cant register, so waste of time for me...
Countyfan8129/11/2019 11:16

Any thoughts on Philips? Am looking for a 43in myself and was wanting the …Any thoughts on Philips? Am looking for a 43in myself and was wanting the 43pus7394 partly for the ambilight but don't want to get it just for that if it's overall not as good. The Samsung 7400 is the other one I was looking at. Cheers


I'll be honest, I didn't consider any Philips TVs in my research, and they're not mentioned a lot on AVForums. They seem to be pretty well reviewed though, and their peak brightness is close to the Samsungs and Panasonics. I think the Samsung 7400 will definitely be the better set out of the two. What HiFI give it rave reviews here: whathifi.com/rev…470
Note that the 7470 in the review is more or less the same set. If you did go for the Philips then I don't think you'd be disappointed. The other benefit to the PUS7394 is that it supports Dolby Vision, whereas the 7400 doesn't. Some Netflix and Amazon content has Dolby Vision. To be honest, the benefit of DV will be limited on these smaller TVs, as they don't achieve enough brightness, but you may notice a small improvement. The ambilight feature, however, might be a selling point for some people.

It might be worth a trip to RicherSounds to compare the sets.
MisterMadHatter29/11/2019 11:41

I'll be honest, I didn't consider any Philips TVs in my research, and …I'll be honest, I didn't consider any Philips TVs in my research, and they're not mentioned a lot on AVForums. They seem to be pretty well reviewed though, and their peak brightness is close to the Samsungs and Panasonics. I think the Samsung 7400 will definitely be the better set out of the two. What HiFI give it rave reviews here: https://www.whathifi.com/reviews/samsung-ue43ru7470Note that the 7470 in the review is more or less the same set. If you did go for the Philips then I don't think you'd be disappointed. The other benefit to the PUS7394 is that it supports Dolby Vision, whereas the 7400 doesn't. Some Netflix and Amazon content has Dolby Vision. To be honest, the benefit of DV will be limited on these smaller TVs, as they don't achieve enough brightness, but you may notice a small improvement. The ambilight feature, however, might be a selling point for some people. It might be worth a trip to RicherSounds to compare the sets.


Cheers yeah I've read that review and seems like a good option - will end up buying from RS so will see if they've any feedback on the 2. Thanks for the advice
This deal also works if you have a Bluelight card
The_Fiend29/11/2019 10:14

Any1 have unidays link please thanks


Your need to be a member of unidays, student days, bluelightcard, or have a employer link.
The links can't be shared.
Bought. Thank you for posting. Going straight in the new kitchen. Let's hope the Mrs is impressed
Eddy_McGuire29/11/2019 20:10

Bought. Thank you for posting. Going straight in the new kitchen. Let's …Bought. Thank you for posting. Going straight in the new kitchen. Let's hope the Mrs is impressed


Same here! Enjoy 🔥
MisterMadHatter29/11/2019 10:50

I've not read any issues with burn in on this set, although it's still …I've not read any issues with burn in on this set, although it's still relatively new to the scene. I don't see this as being an issue though, due to its technology. I think the 7470, which provides an ever-so-slightly picture than the 7400 (although maybe not that noticeable to the average person tbh) will be the same panel lottery. Argos may well let you return it if you find it's an IPS and you don't like it though. You'll be able to tell instantly when you move to an angle. IPS will maintain the colours but with VA panels, the colour drops significantly and looks washed out.Have a read of this article to understand the differences between IPS and VA:https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/ips-led-vs-va-lcd


I'm tempted by this deal after finding out about va panels

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

The 50 inch is a va panel, would you know the input lag as I can't find it anywhere
maradona29/11/2019 21:06

I'm tempted by this deal after finding out about va …I'm tempted by this deal after finding out about va panelshttps://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/philips-ambilight-50pus8204-12-50-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-led-tv-with-google-assistant-10199916-pdt.htmlThe 50 inch is a va panel, would you know the input lag as I can't find it anywhere


Yeah, it looks like it ticks the right boxes and is a nice TV. There's a user review on AV Forums for this set and the guy seems chuffed with it. Unfortunately I can't find any deets on input lag either. I had a good look, and I've seen people asking the same question. Sorry I can't help
Code doesn’t work (TVBF5)
Anyone got another code?
Code does work. You have to log in, to log in you need to be student, work for a bluelight service or similar
Thanks. Any other codes as I’m not a student lol
MisterMadHatter29/11/2019 11:25

Yep. That's the VA panel for you. It would be the worst TV if you can't …Yep. That's the VA panel for you. It would be the worst TV if you can't sit (more or less) directly in front of it. I think that's why manufacturers have started using IPS panels a bit more, due to them being more flexible sets, but they do come with the cost of picture quality degradation. To be honest, most people wouldn't care too much, and they're much better if you watch TV in a light environment. The RU7400 I've currently got still has a great picture quality, especially in HDR, but I do notice that the blacks aren't black.


I just found out the currys samsung 7470 are all ips panels

So it's off to richer sounds I go tomorrow in search of a va 7400
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