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70" LEDBiggest TV Ever!!! SAMSUNG UE70KU6000 Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV. Additional £30 with code @ Currys £1569
70" LEDBiggest TV Ever!!! SAMSUNG UE70KU6000 Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR  TV. Additional £30 with code @ Currys £1569

70" LEDBiggest TV Ever!!! SAMSUNG UE70KU6000 Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV. Additional £30 with code @ Currys £1569

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44 Comments

Big, yes! Biggest?... well you need a 3 in front on the the 70"

engadget.com/201…tv/

Not even the biggest in Currys X)

Original Poster

its obviously not the biggest but it is pretty massive for most people

This would even be too big for the wife !

This 110'' 3D UHD, 4K TV is samsung's biggest
youtube.com/wat…wVs
Edited by: "kkthomask" 22nd Oct 2016

Original Poster

but its also 7 billion pounds and out of the reach of most

Y'all never been to Costco.

srw_topbloke

but its also 7 billion pounds and out of the reach of most



You do seem to be exaggerating somewhat!

http://crooksandliars.com/files/primary_image/16/09/48278186.cached.jpg

Original Poster

where did you get my picture from - shenanigans

We are going to need a bigger ramp!

http://www.gif-king.com/files/uSers/gif-king-d0a6c6ab95da0a65364ffed953909a81.gif

johnjohn44

http://www.cssuppliers.co.uk/samsung-series-6-ue70ku6000-70-uhd-4k-ultra-hd-led-television



​£15 delivery charge but still a decent saving on this £54

Seen the picture quality not very good compared to 65Inch TVs. May be OK inside Pubs.
Voted cold.

srw_topbloke

but its also 7 billion pounds and out of the reach of most



​I've told you a zillion times not to exaggerate

Currys in Sunderland has one of these on display (in between the doors) if anyone wants to view one.

kkthomask

This 110'' 3D UHD, 4K TV is samsung's … This 110'' 3D UHD, 4K TV is samsung's biggesthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3ClcHq0wVs


Seen a 95" version sell for around £4000 a few months ago (refurb)
was nice to have for the Euro's tho'
Edited by: "Roderz" 22nd Oct 2016

srw_topbloke

its obviously not the biggest but it is pretty massive for most people



​Your the one who wrote biggest tv ever lol....

too small

srw_topbloke

your'e. Its your'e


you're X)

What with the obesity epidemic we're all going to need one of these soon so you can still see part of the telly when your mam brings your burger and chips in before your main tea!

All sizes matter

Cool I can now watch TV from in the garden.

Banned

Tempted. oO

great!! cheers!!

K6000 isn't the best model

BTW there's an update that removes 'HDR' it's now called UHD colour as it wasn't true HDR lol.

Samsung are no longer advertising new 8 bit sets as HDR. The boxes say enhanced colour instead

AStonedRaichu

K6000 isn't the best modelBTW there's an update that removes 'HDR' it's … K6000 isn't the best modelBTW there's an update that removes 'HDR' it's now called UHD colour as it wasn't true HDR lol. Samsung are no longer advertising new 8 bit sets as HDR. The boxes say enhanced colour instead



TFFT. God knows how many people have been mugged off thinking their £600 HDR set is actually HDR.

Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 25th Oct 2016

jaydeeuk1

TFFT. God knows how many people have been mugged off thinking their £600 … TFFT. God knows how many people have been mugged off thinking their £600 HDR set is actually HDR.



Yup me too, I bought the K6400 expecting it to be HDR too as advertised. Was disappointed to find it wasn't full HDR and I couldn't even watch UHD Blu Rays in 4K HDR.

May aswel sell a black and white TV and call it colour.

Treboeth

you're X)


Nice catch mate!

Holy Moses... massive

So come on all. Is this tv worth the price? Spec any good? X

So if UHD is 4k then what's 8k? Very ultra high? Really HD?

U have a really understanding better half X)

Considering new build house sizes you can use this telly as a live wallpaper X)

Banned

Schwarzenegger

May aswel sell a black and white TV and call it colour.


Is that like making a daft comment and calling it humour?:D

​8K is also known as Super-Hi Vision, while TVs might be sold with 8k it is utterly pointless. I've seen a 4x4k LG OLED display in person which was amazing but even at +150in it was clear that the resolution was unnecessarily high.

Those who want proper 4k content have a mediocre handful of 4k bluray movies to choose from. Of course that requires a compatible bluray player and there's only two of those to pick from. There aren't any true 4k Streams available on Netflix and Amazon etc. The weather are so compressed it's barely full hd. Yea I've got a very good 4k hdr TV. I use it for gaming and its brilliant. They same goes for uoscaled blu ray. I've only seen the demos for 4k which are breathtaking. And that is it. It's pointless me buying a 4k bluray player because of a lack of decent content. Basically it doesn't matter how much or little you pay for your 4k hdr TV. There's hardly a thing to watch. Those who think stuff like Marco polo looks good need their eyes testing. Try it against a movie on bluray like gone with the wind from 1939 and the uoscaled ancient movie will look better than anything available on 4k stream. Just wait until the isp bring back download caps. And your bills will soar. I guarantee once they have the masses streams pseudo 4k they will bring back the caps.

I have the 65" version of this TV and I'm very happy with it. upscale HD looks great and Netflix 4K even better. I accept that more expensive models will give an even better picture but for me they don't deliver enough of an improvement to justify the extra expense. Others will not agree though. if you are looking for a big TV and you are on a budget I would at least go and have a look at one.

Bob_dvb

​8K is also known as Super-Hi Vision, while TVs might be sold with 8k it i … ​8K is also known as Super-Hi Vision, while TVs might be sold with 8k it is utterly pointless. I've seen a 4x4k LG OLED display in person which was amazing but even at +150in it was clear that the resolution was unnecessarily high.



I always thought this too. As a technology proof of concept it's great but we're really at marginal gains - the last decent boost was from DVD to 720p HD, beyond that, sure it's better but you have to shunt more pixels and use exponentially more bandwidth to get there. I suppose it's just a way for companies like Sky to charge stupid prices and justify it...

I read somewhere that anything beyond 8k cannot be resolved by the human eye and therefore there is no point in going further in terms of resolution. I know that that NHK in Japan have been experimenting with 8k.
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