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Certified Ultra HD Premium

10 Year Screen Burn Warranty

Discover pure colour in a whole new light with Samsung's Q7. Samsung's QLED screens are at the cutting edge of home visual entertainment, with a picture quality that will take your breath away. QLED, a refinement of their Quantum Dot technology, delivers UHD Premium picture quality for jaw-dropping colour and a flawlessly realistic HDR picture of the highest luminance and exceptionally deep blacks. Usher in a new era of home style with minimalist 360 design, Near-Invisible Optical Cable, One Connect box and One Remote to control all of your compatible devices. Access a world of online entertainment via Samsung's Smart Hub, utilise its voice interaction, and the QLED screen can blend into your living space with Ambient Mode.*

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

Q Contrast
Enjoy stunningly bold contrast, night and day. With extremely low light reflectivity, this QLED TV delivers impeccable contrast in a wide variety of lighting environments, so whether you're watching in a darkened room or bright light, it's always a perfect picture.

Q HDR 1500 powered by HDR 10+
Samsung are one of the forerunners of contrast and colour-boosting High Dynamic Range (HDR). As members of the UHD Alliance, they've delivered top-shelf HDR to deepen your view and show 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. Driven by their Q Engine, Samsung's HDR 1500 gives a glorious glow that will knock your socks off. The supreme brightness levels of QLED technology enables you to experience the full potential of the latest HDR standards.

4K Ultra High Definition
To respond to screens getting bigger, brands have packed their screens with more pixels. This 65” 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:

Q Viewing Angle: enjoy the picture from amazingly wide viewing angles, meaning that every seat is the best seat in the house.

Ultra Black: experience spectacularly deep black levels and incredible shadow detail, contrasting with the brightest whites.

Supreme Motion: delivering fast movement with sharp detail and no blur; superb for making exciting high octane action movies or live sports even more enthralling.

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

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

Gaming: with this smart feature, play world famous streaming & PC games on your TV with cloud gaming services.**

Samsung Smart Hub
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 UHD content from Netflix and Amazon.** You can browse content easily, searching for your favourite programmes and movies while you are still watching TV. Powering the seamless interaction is the powerful Quad Core processor which significantly boosts performance with faster access to Smart features. Enjoy super-fast response times, as you use and toggle between apps, online services and live TV with ease. Samsung's Universal Guide eases search by tailoring recommendations just for you, and you can even use voice interaction and control by engaging the dedicated voice assistant button on the remote.

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 (charges apply for premium on-demand content).

360 Design with Near-Invisible Optical Cable and One Connect Box
Minimalistic Eclipse Silver 360 design looks stunning from any angle, with a clean back and a practically 'bezel-less' edge that maximises the viewing area. Say goodbye to messy wires and the clutter caused by multiple devices with a Near-Invisible Optical Cable and One Connect Box. Hide the box from view, connect all your devices and inputs, then control them via Bluetooth even when they're out of your direct line of sight.

10-Year Screen Burn Warranty
Samsung are offering a 10 year screen burn warranty to all customers. This way, you’re covered – no matter what. Just register your TV here after you’ve set it up.
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I bought this for £1079 just 10 days back from Richer Sounds via price match during Easter promotions. Superb TV.
Edited by: "crazydeal" 5th May
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Good deal hot , just bought the nu8000 75" for £1499 30 minutes ago. Considered this but wanted a 75".
Edited by: "BuckyBoy" 5th May
BuckyBoy10 m ago

Good deal hot , just bought the nu8000 75" for £1499 30 minutes ago. …Good deal hot , just bought the nu8000 75" for £1499 30 minutes ago. Considered this but wanted a 75".


Great price for a decent 75 inch TV.
Decent!
BuckyBoy05/05/2019 01:13

Good deal hot , just bought the nu8000 75" for £1499 30 minutes ago. …Good deal hot , just bought the nu8000 75" for £1499 30 minutes ago. Considered this but wanted a 75".


Link please? 75in is better for me. Thanks
I bought this for £1079 just 10 days back from Richer Sounds via price match during Easter promotions. Superb TV.
Edited by: "crazydeal" 5th May
Shellac05/05/2019 08:02

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I tried John Lewis to match RGB direct's offer but they declined suggesting they won't honour online codes. However, Richer Sounds did with 6 year guarantee.
You forgot to link the address to register the TV. Here it is:

my-samsung.com/uk/…rs/
crazydeal44 m ago

I bought this for £1079 just 10 days back from Richer Sounds via price …I bought this for £1079 just 10 days back from Richer Sounds via price match during Easter promotions. Superb TV.


That's just, well a crazydeal.
Shellac05/05/2019 08:19

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Likewise no problem with me but when u fill in the form for price match, explain it clearly how to get the price with code
BuckyBoy05/05/2019 01:13

Good deal hot , just bought the nu8000 75" for £1499 30 minutes ago. …Good deal hot , just bought the nu8000 75" for £1499 30 minutes ago. Considered this but wanted a 75".


That doesn’t come with a one connect box does it?

I bought this Q7FN in November for £1989! These price drops are amazing as it’s a phenomenal TV.
Q7fn is a phenomenal TV, I've got it in 75" and I've been blown away by it from day one, I switched to it from a 75 mu7000 which was also great until I used the q7fn which is far more impressive, works really well in full daylight as much as a dark room.
n1526 m ago

That doesn’t come with a one connect box does it?I bought this Q7FN in N …That doesn’t come with a one connect box does it?I bought this Q7FN in November for £1989! These price drops are amazing as it’s a phenomenal TV.


No don't think it does.

The price drop is simply due to they are 2018 models and the 2019 models are coming out now. Can pick up some good deals.
BuckyBoy10 h, 26 m ago

Good deal hot , just bought the nu8000 75" for £1499 30 minutes ago. …Good deal hot , just bought the nu8000 75" for £1499 30 minutes ago. Considered this but wanted a 75".


How’s is QLED over OLED?
I had pretty much made my mind up to go for the Q8 instead of the Q7 due to the FALD feature, but is it worth the extra £400 over this? I know i should go and form my own opinion by looking at the 2 sets but wondering what other people thought. It's a similar step up to the Q9 but i had ruled that out as there wasn't really anything between the 2, but now thinking whether the Q7 will be enough.

Will be using it in a well lit room for a mixture of TV and games. Thanks!
Can someone explain what a Qled is as opposed to an oled?
Good price. I paid £1123 for the 55" version back in November.
Edited by: "SuperHardCousin" 5th May
jim_bob6405/05/2019 11:50

Can someone explain what a Qled is as opposed to an oled?


Layman terms. QLED is brighter but OLED produce better deeper blacks.
Previously OLED screens were Superior but QLED are cheaper.
The latest QLED are very close to OLED
Oh jeeeeees. This now or hotukdeals.com/dea…728 . Trying to assess the differences but little in the form of comparisons on the net.

Feels like the LG is a superior model in the first place. But worth the extra? 🙈
Edited by: "marnstars" 5th May
marnstars5 m ago

Oh jeeeeees. This now or …Oh jeeeeees. This now or https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-oled65c8pla-65-inch-4k-hdr-ultra-hd-smart-oled-tv-brand-new-5-year-warranty-3223728 . Trying to assess the differences but little in the form of comparisons on the net.Feels like the LG is a superior model in the first place. But worth the extra? 🙈


Go for the LG. I know it's more but not like you will need to upgrade for a very long time. So the price difference when you consider how many years you will watch it isn't that much.
Hang on im on my deal.
adamderak05/05/2019 12:04

Layman terms. QLED is brighter but OLED produce better deeper …Layman terms. QLED is brighter but OLED produce better deeper blacks.Previously OLED screens were Superior but QLED are cheaper.The latest QLED are very close to OLED


Good explanation thanks. I don’t know much about TVs. I keep reading that HDR requires a certain amount of brightness that OLES can’t hit. Does this actually make any real life difference at all for someone watching Netflix 4k etc for about 2 hours each evening. And then the odd hour here and there for the kids Nickelodeon etc
Stitch1233 m ago

Good explanation thanks. I don’t know much about TVs. I keep reading that H …Good explanation thanks. I don’t know much about TVs. I keep reading that HDR requires a certain amount of brightness that OLES can’t hit. Does this actually make any real life difference at all for someone watching Netflix 4k etc for about 2 hours each evening. And then the odd hour here and there for the kids Nickelodeon etc


Tbh it's not a huge difference. Chances are both will be a huge step up from whatever you are watching now
Also most folks play the TV out of the box on default settings.
Go into advanced settings & adjust to how you like. The screen to be. Makes a huge difference.
adamderak05/05/2019 12:04

Layman terms. QLED is brighter but OLED produce better deeper …Layman terms. QLED is brighter but OLED produce better deeper blacks.Previously OLED screens were Superior but QLED are cheaper.The latest QLED are very close to OLED


OLED owners struggled with the last episode of GOT because their sets were not bright enough.

avforums.com/thr…92/
tempt05/05/2019 12:39

OLED owners struggled with the last episode of GOT because their sets were …OLED owners struggled with the last episode of GOT because their sets were not bright enough. https://www.avforums.com/threads/game-of-thrones-on-lg55-c9-oled-no-spoilersrs.2228192/


Interesting read. There is someone on there saying it looked terrible on their Q9FN too.
Stitch12305/05/2019 12:54

Interesting read. There is someone on there saying it looked terrible on …Interesting read. There is someone on there saying it looked terrible on their Q9FN too.


LG rep trying to balance it out, i checked the samsung forum and there was no moaning.
Tbh GoT episode 3 looked awful on my 55” Q7FN.

Just google it, mainly because the streams and production were quite poor for TV’s. Didn’t help I was watching on Now TV at 720p with low bitrate. Looked blurry AF.
Can anyone help? LG OLED55C8PLA vs SAMSUNG QE65Q7FNA

Which is better?
You_DaONE5 m ago

Can anyone help? LG OLED55C8PLA vs SAMSUNG QE65Q7FNAWhich is better?


The OLED C8 is about on par with the QLED Q9, so it would be the better set than the Q7. It'll have a price to match though, so do you want to pay the extra for the OLED?

(According to this article: whathifi.com/fea…ter)
RGB offering Samsung for £1,499 but with code SPRING400 it comes down to £1,099 and £74.99 for delivery makes it £1,173.99.

Richer sounds offer LG for £1,499, with the code RSTV180, it comes down to £1,319 and free delivery.
tempt05/05/2019 12:58

LG rep trying to balance it out, i checked the samsung forum and there was …LG rep trying to balance it out, i checked the samsung forum and there was no moaning.


Even the person who responded straight after me on here? I’m such a casual user I doubt I’ll notice any difference either way.
You_DaONE18 m ago

Can anyone help? LG OLED55C8PLA vs SAMSUNG QE65Q7FNAWhich is better?


LG
Stitch12305/05/2019 13:18

Even the person who responded straight after me on here? I’m such a casual …Even the person who responded straight after me on here? I’m such a casual user I doubt I’ll notice any difference either way.


you can't be casual with OLEDs. it requires serious assessment of the content on display, i.e. no bright logos, no tickers, no black bars, etc
jonathon.body27 m ago

Tbh GoT episode 3 looked awful on my 55” Q7FN.Just google it, mainly b …Tbh GoT episode 3 looked awful on my 55” Q7FN.Just google it, mainly because the streams and production were quite poor for TV’s. Didn’t help I was watching on Now TV at 720p with low bitrate. Looked blurry AF.


I think it was due to compression issues in the broadcast that crushed all detail in dark scenes so it was particularly bad in GoT Ep 3 as it was all dark and fast moving

A QLED is better for brighter rooms vs OLED is 1 factor for people choosing between the 2. Brightness doesn't deteriorate either as QLED isn't organic
Edited by: "gg1pl" 5th May
tempt3 m ago

you can't be casual with OLEDs. it requires serious assessment of the …you can't be casual with OLEDs. it requires serious assessment of the content on display, i.e. no bright logos, no tickers, no black bars, etc


Is this cause of the burn in issue? I meant casual more in the terms of TV is normally on in the back ground, or I watch a few series (daredevil etc on Netflix) i.e I’m not a ‘critical’ viewer with dedicated room or who is going to notice major differences in screen quality etc. It’s a TV in a family lounge with about a million things going on and massive bifold doors overlooking the garden.
You_DaONE35 m ago

Can anyone help? LG OLED55C8PLA vs SAMSUNG QE65Q7FNAWhich is better?



id say go with the lg in this case
tempt05/05/2019 08:37

You forgot to link the address to register the TV. Here it …You forgot to link the address to register the TV. Here it is:https://my-samsung.com/uk/mysamsung/offers/#/MLYQL2WGD8WHQ/



Let’s not mess about,the real reason you post this same link up on every deal like this is to have a pop at OLED as clearly you prefer QLED’s ,it has nothing to do with you trying to be helpful.

If the guarantee was so good then it would cover everything and not just burn in.Shame that Samsung are not so confident when in comes to the guarantee on their OLED phone screens.
Good find OP,heat added !
adamderak05/05/2019 12:04

Layman terms. QLED is brighter but OLED produce better deeper …Layman terms. QLED is brighter but OLED produce better deeper blacks.Previously OLED screens were Superior but QLED are cheaper.The latest QLED are very close to OLED


My 2017 Q9 is vastly superior to my 2017 Panny ez952 OLED in my opinion. Saying QLED are very close to OLED just isn't true, some are better than others. I don't understand the obsessions with black levels, my 2015 midrange Samsung is pretty much the level I'm happy with, whereas my Q9 destroys the OLED with regards to brightness, HDR, daytime viewing, colour etc. When I look at a beautiful view the first thing that comes to mind isn't "my god the dark shadow that house is making is magnificent" it's more to do with colours and the levels of brightness etc.
Edited by: "MIDURIX" 5th May
jonathon.body05/05/2019 13:02

Tbh GoT episode 3 looked awful on my 55” Q7FN.Just google it, mainly b …Tbh GoT episode 3 looked awful on my 55” Q7FN.Just google it, mainly because the streams and production were quite poor for TV’s. Didn’t help I was watching on Now TV at 720p with low bitrate. Looked blurry AF.


I watched is on my OLED and I could hardly make out what was going on in the shadows just as you say, tried it on my Q9 and it's the same, that's with a 4GB file size for the episode. Comparing daytime viewing of a episode of Vikings and you can see every detail of the fight scenes. I think the GoT fight scene was just meant to be blurry because of limited budget with regards to computer generated stuff.
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