Buy selected Samsung J6300 TV and a selected Soundbar get £200 off (each)
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Buy selected Samsung J6300 TV and a selected Soundbar get £200 off (each)

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Found 20th Dec 2015
Just found this bargain while looking for a new TV, They have only 2 selection of 48 @ 539, 55 @ 849 inch TVs and a complimentary soundbar (@449 but when you get -400 thats how i like to look at it)

I paid 588 for the 48 model and the curved sound bar,

This is my first post just thought to give back something back to the forum.
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Looks like you got a good deal OP.

Thanks for sharing

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seems like a glitch as should only be off soundboard but great spot. thanks
Not even 4k these are 1080p.
Zatos

Not even 4k these are 1080p.



4k is over hyped, rather wait for OLED to drop in price.
AVANTIME

4k is over hyped, rather wait for OLED to drop in price.



​spot on remark mate.
4k is good if you have genuine 4k footage and sit close enough to your tv! i.e 65" tv sat 8-10ft away with genuine 4k footage is awesome.
AVANTIME

4k is over hyped, rather wait for OLED to drop in price.


4k still a lot of maturing, many 4k sets only 60Hz panels not 100 or 200. UHD2 spec on the way and HDR. Black Friday I was looking at the Samsung 55JU6800 4k for £799 but went with the Sony 55W805C £649 because most of my content is 1080 which side by side Bluray looked better on the native 1080 screen. I will probably move to 4k in a couple of years when games consoles and PCs are there and maybe more content, but there seems very little point for me moving to 4k because I won't have any 4k stuff and by then hopefully UHD2, 100Hz pannels and HDR will be standard along with Sky UHD.
£849 in the offer page but £799 on the main tesco page? Good deal though.... Thanks OP

Anyone have the 55 with the HW-J6001? Very tempted
Been looking for a new telly for awhile. No delivery till 29th for me hopefully they dont cancel. Thanks
That has to be an error surely
My friend spotted this a week ago, thought it was an error so didn't put it on here. Sound bar delivered in a couple of days after order, TV just arrived. I would have gone for it but don't want curved. Maybe an error but definitely some getting delivered
He ordered 48"
McHotpoon

4k still a lot of maturing, many 4k sets only 60Hz panels not 100 or 200. … 4k still a lot of maturing, many 4k sets only 60Hz panels not 100 or 200. UHD2 spec on the way and HDR. Black Friday I was looking at the Samsung 55JU6800 4k for £799 but went with the Sony 55W805C £649 because most of my content is 1080 which side by side Bluray looked better on the native 1080 screen. I will probably move to 4k in a couple of years when games consoles and PCs are there and maybe more content, but there seems very little point for me moving to 4k because I won't have any 4k stuff and by then hopefully UHD2, 100Hz pannels and HDR will be standard along with Sky UHD.



​if you use your TV for film and TV only then you're never even watching at 60fps never mind 100+
Nice, they both have 4 HDMI.
Amazing deal
Thats an error but awesome deal!
adv

​if you use your TV for film and TV only then you're never even watching a … ​if you use your TV for film and TV only then you're never even watching at 60fps never mind 100+



It's all about motion resolution a 50/60hz pannel is usually worse at keeping picture resolution high in fast motion scenes (one reason why plasma was loved for sports). Not just that but generally higher refresh rate screens offer faster response times and again faster response time gives better motion handling which is very important for gaming and sports. FPS may be 24/30/50/60 but then pannel needs to be not only be able to respond fast but provide motion compensation and enhancements the extra speed of refresh helps do this and provide far better clarity. No point having a high resolution screen if you can only watch static picture because when it moves things blur, ghost and look poor.
Edited by: "McHotpoon" 20th Dec 2015
McHotpoon

It's all about motion resolution a 50/60hz pannel is usually worse at … It's all about motion resolution a 50/60hz pannel is usually worse at keeping picture resolution high in fast motion scenes (one reason why plasma was loved for sports). Not just that but generally higher refresh rate screens offer faster response times and again faster response time gives better motion handling which is very important for gaming and sports. FPS may be 24/30/50/60 but then pannel needs to be not only be able to respond fast but provide motion compensation and enhancements the extra speed of refresh helps do this and provide far better clarity. No point having a high resolution screen if you can only watch static picture because when it moves things blur, ghost and look poor.



​seen a few screens that resample input framerates to appear smoother and all I've seen have been nauseating and glitchy at best for anything bar sports, and ruined anything meant to be immersive.
Thanks! Purchased! Does anyone know if the wall mount is supplied? Or what is the best wall mount for a 48" version?
McHotpoon

It's all about motion resolution a 50/60hz pannel is usually worse at … It's all about motion resolution a 50/60hz pannel is usually worse at keeping picture resolution high in fast motion scenes (one reason why plasma was loved for sports). Not just that but generally higher refresh rate screens offer faster response times and again faster response time gives better motion handling which is very important for gaming and sports. FPS may be 24/30/50/60 but then pannel needs to be not only be able to respond fast but provide motion compensation and enhancements the extra speed of refresh helps do this and provide far better clarity. No point having a high resolution screen if you can only watch static picture because when it moves things blur, ghost and look poor.



1) Even '600hz' tvs are generally 60hz.
2) HD channels are generally 720p30 (or some 720p25). Full HD content tends to be 1080i25 (25 frames per second).
3) The reason sports/fast action looks awful is the pixel not being able to change colour quickly enough to keep up with fast movement, not being 60hz vs 120hz vs 600hz. You can refresh a pixel 600 times a second but if it takes 1/60th of a second to go from white to black, it makes no difference.
Super reviews, was kicking myself when I missed it on an Amazon lightning deal for £399, but the soundbar sweetens this deal. Ordered.
Yep, was looking to buy this TV anyway. THAT soundbar for 50 quid extra wow. TV being delivered Tuesday and click and collect for the speaker Tuesday as well. Fingers crossed they honour it. Cheers OP.
Got it on an Amazon lightning deal for £399. Tv is amazing, but this offer looks nice as well
great price; I assume the warranty is only 1 year?
Anyone know the difference between the 2 sound bars bundled with this apart from ones silver ones black
khamito

1) Even '600hz' tvs are generally 60hz. 2) HD channels are generally … 1) Even '600hz' tvs are generally 60hz. 2) HD channels are generally 720p30 (or some 720p25). Full HD content tends to be 1080i25 (25 frames per second).3) The reason sports/fast action looks awful is the pixel not being able to change colour quickly enough to keep up with fast movement, not being 60hz vs 120hz vs 600hz. You can refresh a pixel 600 times a second but if it takes 1/60th of a second to go from white to black, it makes no difference.



1) disagree - most top end 1080p led sets are 100hz pannels and sometimes even 200hz. For best performance and resolution at 4k 100/120hz pannels are recommended and most 4k sets are only 60hz!
2)just because there only 30 frames does not mean showing that pixel in only those 30 positions per second is going to provide the clearest image.
3) yes response time is everything to do with motion handling, generally 100/200hz pannel have faster response times and although not always the case some samsung 60hz pannel have amazing response times. Still a 200hz pannel with better processing will give higher resolution during motion.

lcdtvbuyingguide.com/lcd…tml
rtings.com

You will notice the1080p TVs which are best at motion handling have 100/120 or 200/240hz pannels generally. Most 4k sets are only 60hz with only the high end sets having 100/120hz pannels but that will change soon enough when UHD 2 is here.
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HW-J6000 Sound bar only £299 on Amazon so its only a little saving but its still a saving
Edited by: "mickmurdoch" 21st Dec 2015
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mickmurdoch

HW-J6000 Sound bar only £299 on Amazon so its only a little saving but … HW-J6000 Sound bar only £299 on Amazon so its only a little saving but its still a saving



The cheapest I can see the 48" TV on its own is £499 and this deal bags the sound bar for an extra £89 - that's a pretty significant saving if you ask me.
Hi Guys, Sorry to ask but tried adding both products to my basket and no discount is coming over, do I need a code or something? Sorry to ask
The curved UE48J6300 TV along with the HW-J6001 silver curved soundbar for £588. Pure bargain. Thanks.
marathonic

The cheapest I can see the 48" TV on its own is £499 and this deal bags … The cheapest I can see the 48" TV on its own is £499 and this deal bags the sound bar for an extra £89 - that's a pretty significant saving if you ask me.


True, The tv seems to have crept up a little in cost. Was only commenting on sound bar. Really considering this deal was going to buy the Sammy H6400
Whoa, went back and the 48 was available again. Maybe timed out in someone's basket.

Ordered.

HEAT added.

Shame the J6300 don't have a swivel stand or id be clicking buy
Gutted!!!!!

Sorry, we don't have enough Samsung UE48J6300 48 Inch Smart Curved WiFi Built In Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD items in stock right now. This item (s) has been added to your save for later basket. You can try to purchase this item again by reducing its quantity.
What's warranty from Tesco on tv's
When it comes back in stock the glitch will be fixed. Tesco always do this ****. I'm still leaning towards the H6400 though.
SteTheDon

When it comes back in stock the glitch will be fixed. Tesco always do … When it comes back in stock the glitch will be fixed. Tesco always do this ****. I'm still leaning towards the H6400 though.




The H6400 seems an excellent choice and a dying breed with a much desired swivel stand.
Bully

The H6400 seems an excellent choice and a dying breed with a much desired … The H6400 seems an excellent choice and a dying breed with a much desired swivel stand.


Thinking curved is just a fad even tho looks nice, I do sometimes watch tv from an slight angle so may not be the best choice. The H6400 has some great reviews
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