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SAMSUNG UE40MU6400 TV With UHD/4K & HDR £399 with code @ RGBDirect With Free Delivery
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Use promo code 50PNDSOFF at checkout to receive 50 Pounds discount, making it £399, also includes free delivery (2-4 days) or options for quicker delivery at a premium. With all… Read more

Robcd9 h, 43 m ago

So, this 40”MU6400 or Hisense? H43N5500UK (£329) or H49N5500 (£379).I’m tor …So, this 40”MU6400 or Hisense? H43N5500UK (£329) or H49N5500 (£379).I’m torn. More than 40” ideally but doubts over hisense. Decisions.


This all day long

cookied3 h, 13 m ago

So what did you guys have to put on JL website to get the discounted price …So what did you guys have to put on JL website to get the discounted price ?


I put the price as £399 and in the additional info section I put original price is £449 and with use of £50 discount code results in £399.

Original Poster

I also managed to get a John Lewis price match

So what did you guys have to put on JL website to get the discounted price ?

So, this 40”MU6400 or Hisense? H43N5500UK (£329) or H49N5500 (£379).

I’m torn. More than 40” ideally but doubts over hisense. Decisions.
Samsung 49M6300 - £399.99 at RGB direct
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Seems cheap enough for a 49” tv, not 4K but that’s not important to everyone.

Please don't buy a curved tv from samsung until you go to the shop and see them. The amount of reflex on these screens is life threatening

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mikki77722 m ago

49mu6220 which is curved 4k was in Argos for £450 last 3 weeks with …49mu6220 which is curved 4k was in Argos for £450 last 3 weeks with discount tvs10, after cashback even cheaper.

The Argos deal is cheaper than £399.99?

49mu6220 which is curved 4k was in Argos for £450 last 3 weeks with discount tvs10, after cashback even cheaper.
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43 Inch Smart Ultra HD 4K LED TV with webOS 3.5, Freeview HD and Freesat HD & Built-In Wi-Fi - £389 with code @ RGB Direct
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Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
I was looking for Tv prices and I just found this one so maybe someone needs it. £399 but £10 off with SPORTS10

hairyboxxox10th Nov

You are quite welcome to offer alternative reviews I picked one at random. …You are quite welcome to offer alternative reviews I picked one at random. As to its editorial content I would direct that at the site..


Read my review, in the description of this deal... Do NOT buy this tv, unless you're gonna sit right in front of it & in line.
Edited by: "no_Sunshine" 12th Nov

MattP792 h, 24 m ago

I think your aversion to RBGW panel TVs is ideological. According to the …I think your aversion to RBGW panel TVs is ideological. According to the review of the US equivalent models on Rtings, where the RGBW issue is highlighted with examples, the most likely occasion when RGBW will be noticed is when the TV is used as a monitor for a computer. Even then, the RGBW issue is very specific to small text on a dark background and not a general issue. The review is generally positive and there are TVs with worse picture quality using non RGBW panels.

Sorry I really disagree. I have stood in front of a LG RGBW panel TV and compared it to native 4k panel Tv's, within the same price range. You can see a clear lack of detail on the LG set with clouding within the colour. So the problem is far deeper then text on a dark background.

Smadmad49 m ago

Picture quality has to be the first thing anyone looks for in a TV, the UI …Picture quality has to be the first thing anyone looks for in a TV, the UI and WebOS come in a very distant second. The fact a RGBW panel affects picture quality quite substantially makes it a bad TV


I think your aversion to RBGW panel TVs is ideological. According to the review of the US equivalent models on Rtings, where the RGBW issue is highlighted with examples, the most likely occasion when RGBW will be noticed is when the TV is used as a monitor for a computer. Even then, the RGBW issue is very specific to small text on a dark background and not a general issue. The review is generally positive and there are TVs with worse picture quality using non RGBW panels.

MattP799 m ago

I don't think the use of an RGBW panel is defining of whether a TV is good …I don't think the use of an RGBW panel is defining of whether a TV is good or bad. Since LG Display supply panels to Samsung there may be a lot more RGBW TVs next year. Subjectively the RGBW panel will look perfect to the majority of people. The primary detail most will notice is the UI - and WebOS is good.Fwiw - £369 at Richer Sounds - https://www.richersounds.com/tv-projectors/4k-ultra-hd-tvs/lg-43-inch-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-smart-led-tv-freeview-play.html

Picture quality has to be the first thing anyone looks for in a TV, the UI and WebOS come in a very distant second. The fact a RGBW panel affects picture quality quite substantially makes it a bad TV

Smadmad11 h, 31 m ago

No need. For a start it repeats itself a few times.It offers the advice …No need. For a start it repeats itself a few times.It offers the advice that it doesnt compare to a oled on numerous occasions . No sh*t Sherlock.On top of the fact it praises a TV that's a RGBW.I don't care how cheap it is, it's a terrible TV


I don't think the use of an RGBW panel is defining of whether a TV is good or bad. Since LG Display supply panels to Samsung there may be a lot more RGBW TVs next year. Subjectively the RGBW panel will look perfect to the majority of people. The primary detail most will notice is the UI - and WebOS is good.

Fwiw - £369 at Richer Sounds - richersounds.com/tv-…tml
Samsung UE40MU6400 for £399 (with code)  RGB Direct
Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
This is the best deal I've seen on this TV so far.... No 5 year warranty though - but may be able to price match for that elsewhere? Specs: Technical Specifications of SAMSUNG UE… Read more

clarkjam13th Nov

Thank you for the link

I got a price match £399 with a 5 year guarantee

ive requested price match 3 times now, the first 2 times it was rejected

They price matched. Awesome!

Yes you do

gdl14th Nov

Yep, I got the JL Price Match offer and 28 days to use it, so I can see if …Yep, I got the JL Price Match offer and 28 days to use it, so I can see if any other deals come up over Black Friday :-)


Did you still get a 5 year warranty when they price matched at £399?
SAMSUNG UE49KS8000 £799 @ rgbdirect with 5 year warranty.
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Not sure which out of the three sets to go for. The KS8000 is now discontinued and this seems to be the only retailer with them in stock under 1K... The MU7000 is for sale everywh… Read more

Smfn534 h, 43 m ago

What calibration settings are you working with for standard and movie …What calibration settings are you working with for standard and movie settings to get the best out of the 49 MU8000, thanks in advance



To be honest I've never quite understood the desire to follow others setting with regard to picture quality. Picture quality is something you like and enjoy watching regardless whether others point out it is not an accurate reflection. Picture settings should also account for the ambient light you watch in predominately.

My settings are standard but brightness and backlight increased and HDR+ setting applied. I do like a bright colourful image but you may life a more lifelike image. I also remove or set to very low motion setting for sport. I did find the actual default settings to be quite good with the TV being so bright.

The mu8000 is offered at a reduced £799 much less than anywhere else until such a time (black Friday) it is a deal. Sony 49XE9005 is still at approx £1000 minus sound bar at JL

This deal never expired last time round, but it was establshed that they had zero stock and would offer you an inferior alternative. Not really a deal

applepieman9 h, 10 m ago

Just to clarify I was offered and bought the mu8000. This would be a …Just to clarify I was offered and bought the mu8000. This would be a totally different debate if it was the mu7000 which I would have refused.

What calibration settings are you working with for standard and movie settings to get the best out of the 49 MU8000, thanks in advance

Just to clarify I was offered and bought the mu8000. This would be a totally different debate if it was the mu7000 which I would have refused.
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Panasonic DMPUB700EBK  Ultra-HD 4K Smart Blu-ray Disc Player with Built-in Wi-Fi - Free delivery £239 @ RGB
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I have been waiting for this to drop in price for a while. The cheapest I have seen it previously was via Amazon when it dipped to £269 a few weeks back. Gets great reviews from mo… Read more

puzl1 h, 17 m ago

Yeah, the Samsung KS8000 is probably still the best combination of …Yeah, the Samsung KS8000 is probably still the best combination of price/performance IMO. It's the set I have and besides some banding issues, it's pretty flawless and has regular firmware updates.I've heard good things about the TCL P607 too, which is supposed to be a really good mid-range model.The LG OLED's are the best and make the most of the HDR format, but they're £1500+


Awesome, thanks alot for the advice, much appreciated, going to hold out untill black friday, just incase there might be a good deal on one.

Lukester5 m ago

Thanks for the advice, I don't mind paying more to be honest, just wanted …Thanks for the advice, I don't mind paying more to be honest, just wanted to see if there was a cheaper option. So If I wanted to get a pretty decent one, a samsung KS8000 would be a good one to look at then? or would you recommend any others?


Yeah, the Samsung KS8000 is probably still the best combination of price/performance IMO. It's the set I have and besides some banding issues, it's pretty flawless and has regular firmware updates.

I've heard good things about the TCL P607 too, which is supposed to be a really good mid-range model.


The LG OLED's are the best and make the most of the HDR format, but they're £1500+

puzl6 m ago

You can't get good and cheap when it comes to HDR, unfortunately. HDR10 …You can't get good and cheap when it comes to HDR, unfortunately. HDR10 certification is what you want (like a KS8000) but again, you'll have to pay for it. Anything less than HDR10 (1000+ nits brightness) is pointless IMO and you won't get the true benefits of HDR without it.I always recommend that if people don't want to pay a premium for HDR/UHD TV right now, then they may as well just wait until the standard matures and prices come down. Buying some cheap setup now will only hurt you in the long run and quite honestly, you're better off with a good 1080p HD/SDR set instead.




Thanks for the advice, I don't mind paying more to be honest, just wanted to see if there was a cheaper option. So If I wanted to get a pretty decent one, a samsung KS8000 would be a good one to look at then? or would you recommend any others?

Lukester1 h, 25 m ago

Ahh..I had a feeling that might be the case, do you know any good cheapish …Ahh..I had a feeling that might be the case, do you know any good cheapish TVs that have HDR?




You can't get good and cheap when it comes to HDR, unfortunately. HDR10 certification is what you want (like a KS8000) but again, you'll have to pay for it. Anything less than HDR10 (1000+ nits brightness) is pointless IMO and you won't get the true benefits of HDR without it.

I always recommend that if people don't want to pay a premium for HDR/UHD TV right now, then they may as well just wait until the standard matures and prices come down. Buying some cheap setup now will only hurt you in the long run and quite honestly, you're better off with a good 1080p HD/SDR set instead.

puzl19 h, 10 m ago

It'd honestly make more sense to buy a better 4K TV, as without HDR, …It'd honestly make more sense to buy a better 4K TV, as without HDR, you're missing out on half the advantage of it anyway.


Ahh..I had a feeling that might be the case, do you know any good cheapish TVs that have HDR?
SAMSUNG UE49KS8000 with 5 year warranty + 10 year screen burn warranty @ RGB Direct
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Hi guys, Just browsing through internet, I found this. I think it's a good deal. FREE 5 Year TV Warranty Claim £200 from Samsung, when you buy All in one Samsung Soundbar with… Read more

JmeBud3 h, 8 m ago

I've got feet I could sell you if you're interested?


Nah, I'm good thanks, got a central stand and getting it on the wall shortly.

Smfn5313 h, 31 m ago

Its because they've ran out of ks8000 and don't want to lose out on …Its because they've ran out of ks8000 and don't want to lose out on valuable customers. so they selling the Mu8000 for the same price. Also the reason why Rgb Direct haven't updated their website to show that ks8000 is actually out of stock. Business as usual. I was offered the same, but no thank you!



Yes but KS is gone now. Getting an MU8000 for this price is an amazing deal. £300 cheaper than the cheapest price you could find now anywhere. I was going to buy an MU7000 for the same price yesterday (price matched by JL) before seeing this offer, calling RGB than getting a series 8 for the same price. Very happy with the outcome.

benvanlit13 h, 11 m ago

Have heard that RGB can be a pain, say they have things in stock and then …Have heard that RGB can be a pain, say they have things in stock and then leave you hanging.KS = 2016 models, superior to this year's model. MU = 2017 models. I recently got a UE55KS7500 from currys for £600. Ex display, yes. No feet, yes. But that beats the pants out of the MU7000 models, is nearly half the price. The KS series is really hard to find now and they've discontinued making them.My advice is pop down to your local currys and look for the yellow labels. Get a 5 year warranty for £80 on ex display and chance your arm. It'll save you a heap.


I've got feet I could sell you if you're interested?

" I can't think of another TV at the UE49KS8000's price point that's capable of delivering a better picture with HD and SDR sources" not me, techradar in 2016.

Im hoping for a sub £1000 OLED in the run up to or just after christmas

Smadmad35 m ago

Why do you say that? They would have to state both scenarios in the …Why do you say that? They would have to state both scenarios in the description


It wasn't mentioned anywhere on the KS7000. I only found out because I emailed them and asked.
SAMSUNG UE49M5500 £399 @ RGB direct
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49" Full HD 1080p Smart LED TV with TVPlus tuner & Built-in Wi-Fi Looks like black Friday came early! Also http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/ProductQuickViewMobile.asp?SKUNumber=1… Read more

RGB has the worst delivery and worst customer service I ever saw. Cancelling my order now as they lied today saying that they tried to call me and they just “missed” the deliver. What a terrible company as the customer service said that I could be the one lying!!! Will never buy anything there again, please do the same.

brendanb58125 m ago

Daft comment.. Gonna be years till 4k goes mainstream. Some channels …Daft comment.. Gonna be years till 4k goes mainstream. Some channels haven't even gone 1080p yet!!


Yup, and when it does current 4K TVs won't be able to receive it because the tuners won't have the right hardware and the broadcasters won't bother to update five year old apps.

Future proofing is just marketing nonsense in the TV world. Buy what is best for what you're likely to be watching in the next year or two. If that's Freeview/Freesat and equivalent catch-up then this is one of the best choices around.

The main reason to not go for this model is that the brightness isn't as high as it could be (not great on summer evenings) and there are adverts in the menu (yuck).

skyebluebirch9 m ago

Who actually spends £1500 on a tv.. This is a decent price for a TV set


Plenty of people spend hundreds of pounds a year on stuff to watch. Netflix, SkyQ, ITV Hub, Amazon Prime etc. A £1500 TV once a decade in that context isn't a big extravagance.

Who actually spends £1500 on a tv..


This is a decent price for a TV set

1080p vs 4K on a 49 inch at typical viewing distance will be a minimal difference in general use, and the lack of 4K sources at the moment means 1080p will likely be better for viewing anything 1080p or below (i.e. 90% of sources)

taff_527 m ago

Not 4K so not future proofed. Voted cold.


Daft comment..

Gonna be years till 4k goes mainstream. Some channels haven't even gone 1080p yet!!
Sony Bravia KD55XE7002BU 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR (Black) £589 @ RGB
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Looking for a 55 tv and was going to buy from Richer Sounds for £649 and then did a quick search for reviews and found it even cheaper. Promo code sports60 takes £60 off the £649 … Read more

Any good for PS4? Noticed some banding issues on a few LED TV's, darker patches during fast movement.

If you have a Costco card they have this TV on offer. Cant remember the exact prices but it was about £635 ish (thats including VAT), but you get a 5 year Costco warranty.

Agree with the comment above that the picture is great.

One thing I am struggling with is to get any of the Smart features (Netflix, Amazon, BBC player etc.) to play through my surround sound. So if anyone has any clues??? Works through surround perfect on everything but the apps (optical out).

I paid with paypal and was charged the correct amount of £589 very odd that?

FYI. We ordered this tv on Sunday and just seen our bank account and was charged the full £649. We did use the discount code and it went through on the order email with the discount. We've contacted them and they are looking into our order. Maybe worth checking your bank account.

HINEMUSIC13 h, 47 m ago

Received my tv today it's a great picture on every source happy with this …Received my tv today it's a great picture on every source happy with this bargain tv

Mines getting delivered later. Had a 55 inch hitachi that now appears to not be working as a HORIZONTAL LINE has appeared on it last few days. Rang Argos and due the hitachi one being discontinued they rang me last week and gave me this instead. As you can imagine I'm over the moon as this costs 300 more than the hitachi and this supports 4K WELL DONE ARGOS (_;)
Bose qc35 headphones £259 @ RGB Direct
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Acoustic Noise Cancelling® Wireless Bluetooth® headphones available in silver or black

Wanted to return these because they gave me a headache after 15 minutes. The ANC felt really weird - especially in quiet environments. I e-mailed RGB Direct and they replied saying for hygienic reasons they can't accept returns.

Anyone had any problems with this? Didn't know they couldn't be returned or I wouldn't have bought them from there.

Thanks OP.

Sent an email to JL and got a reply within the hour, took the email to the local store and they matched without issue.

For those still interested, John Lewis Newcastle price matched this with no issue at all for me yesterday evening.

Hullablue5 h, 1 m ago

I contacted JL for a price match, I have to buy the product at full price …I contacted JL for a price match, I have to buy the product at full price and then they will refund me the difference, is this the normal procedure?


Yes, they should give you a case number (will be in the email if you did it online) that you need to quote when you've received them.
Alternatively they do it on the spot in store and charge you the RGB price of £259 there and then.

Hullablue4 h, 41 m ago

I contacted JL for a price match, I have to buy the product at full price …I contacted JL for a price match, I have to buy the product at full price and then they will refund me the difference, is this the normal procedure?

Yes I think that's their standard procedure for online purchases. It's my first price match with them too. I think when you receive the item you contact them and they refund the difference between original price with JL and the matched price
SAMSUNG UE49KS9000 & 5 Year Warranty plus free hdmi cable £799 RGB Direct
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Free HDMI Cable and 5 year warranty

Just got JL to price match Instore, been after a 9000 for a while do prefer the curve and was side with the new Q range which was noticeable better (not major) but 3 times the price.

Picked up to take home well in the car.

JumpMan1980

Picturing your family playing musical chairs whilst watching their … Picturing your family playing musical chairs whilst watching their non-curved telly! Well, I guess there are alot of single people and then you have couples who may cuddle up together to watch TV of an evening or on the weekend. So curved does have a place in some homes!


Yes, I'm a nerd and as such I understand that unless you sit exactly at the focal point of the screen, the screen will appear smaller than watching a flat screen. Sure, one single slither of screen may be exactly facing you but the rest will be facing in other directions to varying degrees. As such I'd have expected your family to be the ones shuffling about for the best viewing angle.
itsgun4u's reply makes more sense. I don't agree with it, but it makes more sense. At least he understands physics and geometry and that the rest is personnel opinion.


Edited by: "JayR123" 29th Jun

Whoops - placed comment on wrong page. Sorry. I'll take that drink back to!

Thanks OP - I've been waiting for this to come down to £500 (and this is close enough) - yeah, I get that 43" ins't to everyone's taste - but that's the size I want; and as far as I can see, this is the best TV you can get for that size.
Have a little glass on bubbly on me!

JumpMan1980

..beat me to the punch!



​Your comment was funnier so you beat me on that front X)
Samsung UE49KS7500 for £679 with free 5 year warranty @ RGB Direct
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Samsung UE49KS7500 49" Smart Curved SUHD 4K LED TV for £679 from RGBDirect. Comes with: Free 5 Year Warranty and Free 10 Year Screen Burn Warranty. I saw the refurbished deal a… Read more

Still too expensive for a TV.

I'm also looking for a good 55" or 58" for under £800 but cant find any deals at the moment.
Do the majority of retailers only bring out their offers towards the end of each week ?

I'm still looking for a decent 55" Samsung, for a good price. Missed last years 7000 series. Gutted.

Cheers bud. Almost picked the ks9000 up on Sunday but I'm not sold on the curve, looks nice but the curve seems a bit gimmicky

Got the 55 inch from co-op earlier this month for £830. Can fault the TV planing to watch the Martian tonight in UHD.
BOSE SoundLink (2017 model) Revolve Portable Bluetooth speaker £179.95 and Revolve Plus for £251.95 with code @ RGB Direct
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BOSE SoundLink Revolve 360° sound Portable Bluetooth speaker £179.95 (£199 elsewhere) BOSE® SoundLink Revolve Plus 360° sound Portable Bluetooth speaker £251.95 (£279 elsewhere) … Read more

code does not work

looks like a big dumb though Google home

Anyone tried these out? How do they compare against similar price point wireless speakers??
SAMSUNG UE55KU6500 55" Series 6 Ultra HD 4K Smart Curved LED TV £549 @ RGB Direct
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RGB Direct now selling the Samsung ue55ku6500 for £649 , use code sports100 to bring it down to £549 Also get the free B TECH BTV815 1.5m Ventry High Speed 24 k gold plated HDMI Ca… Read more

jimx26

I rest my case.


whatever, job's done (_;)

Tequila

you need to re-watch that video.



I rest my case.

jimx26

As the saying goes... Simple things please simple minds.


you need to re-watch that video.

Tequila

it was well worth it tho.(_;)


As the saying goes... Simple things please simple minds.

jimx26

Classy. It only took you a day and 3 edits to come up with that, well … Classy. It only took you a day and 3 edits to come up with that, well done you!


it was well worth it tho.
(_;)
SAMSUNG UE65KU6000 65" TV - £899 @ RGB Direct
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I was looking for a new 65" TV but the missus has imposed a strict £1,000 budget. This one seems like a good price for a 65" Samsung TV from a reputable company if you're on a bud… Read more

Why is this cold? Cheap for samsung at this size

That dont sound good you should get yourself a new router m8

you are a lucky man, my wifi would have beaten me up instead
SAMSUNG UE65KS9500 - £1999 @ RGB Direct + 5 yr warranty
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Available for this price with the discount code: SPORTS200 which takes £200 off the price. I've been looking to upgrade my TV to UHD for some time and this model shows as the best… Read more

danakajoel

I thought long and hard but you can't get an oled at this size for a … I thought long and hard but you can't get an oled at this size for a sensible price and the ghosting issues on the cheaper B/C sets put me off.



I was waiting on OLED as well but after getting terrible screen burn on my OLED tablet I'm just gonna get an LED one.

Edited by: "Conspiricy" 25th Apr

Original Poster

haritori

If your spending 2K+ I would have to say it would be worth going OLED.. … If your spending 2K+ I would have to say it would be worth going OLED.. but I totally get why you would consider top end LCD. Nice Price for size and model..


I thought long and hard but you can't get an oled at this size for a sensible price and the ghosting issues on the cheaper B/C sets put me off.

If your spending 2K+ I would have to say it would be worth going OLED.. but I totally get why you would consider top end LCD.

Nice Price for size and model..

Photo next to description is a 7 series, not a 9. But have some heat regardless.

curved = cold
SAMSUNG UE55KU6500 @ rgbdirect £599 only.  55 Inch Series 6 Ultra HD 4K Smart Curved LED TV  Free gold plated HDMI cable
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Use promo code SPORTS100 at checkout to receive 100 Pounds discount FREE 5 Year TV Warranty Free B TECH BTV815 1.5m Ventry High Speed 24 k gold plated HDMI Cable with Ethernet

Well my tv arrived this afternoon, cracked my whip and got Mr P setting it up straight away
Oooooh it's most fabulous indeed!!!.... just having a fiddle and trying to get all the settings right, loving the immersive sound thru the curved sound bar I got to complement it!
If anyone who's already got the tv has any tips or advice on what they found worked well or best please feel free to share
Just waiting now for my JL price match refund then I'll be doubly happy!
Thanks again OP for your post, me sends you thanks again (but my credit card doesn't!) X) xx
Edited by: "Pinksparkles1973" 2nd May

scoot

Is you 9000 a flat screen then bud . Only ones I've seen are curved . … Is you 9000 a flat screen then bud . Only ones I've seen are curved . Including the 9500 I'm looking at





They didn't make curved screen when I got mine, the difference is in the model number letters not in the model range, i,e, the model range is 7000,8000 and 9000.

soldierboy001

Excellent and had lots of good comments from others, I personally would … Excellent and had lots of good comments from others, I personally would not touch a curved screen with a barge pole.



Is you 9000 a flat screen then bud .
Only ones I've seen are curved . Including the 9500 I'm looking at

scoot

How do you rate it bud





Excellent and had lots of good comments from others, I personally would not touch a curved screen with a barge pole.

soldierboy001

Don't believe those release date prices from Samsung, my 9000 model was … Don't believe those release date prices from Samsung, my 9000 model was reduced by £600 within hours of it's official release date.



How do you rate it bud
SAMSUNG UE55KU6500 55" Series 6 Ultra HD 4K Smart Curved LED TV £619 with code -  RGB Direct
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55" Series 6 Ultra HD 4K Smart Curved LED TV Currently £619 with code 80POUNDOFF.

Does it have Bluetooth? Some sites say yes, some say no, so pretty confused

John Lewis have price patched this.. worth it?

Use promo code SPORTS100 at checkout to receive 100 Pounds discount so now even better £599

be aware these use a 60Hz panel and have motion judder on some sources.

jack188817

In my opinion it's not worth the extra £4-600.Minimal difference 4k 10 … In my opinion it's not worth the extra £4-600.Minimal difference 4k 10 bit > 4k 8 bit >>> 1080p >>>>> 720p.I can't tell the difference between a 10 and 8 bit panel. In my opinion paying the extra for 8 bit is a waste of money ​



Do you mean paying the extra for 10 bit?

collectorcol

The LG 55UH770V is 10 bit but gets poor reviews. Is 10 bit the be all?



In my opinion it's not worth the extra £4-600.

Minimal difference

4k 10 bit > 4k 8 bit >>> 1080p >>>>> 720p.

I can't tell the difference between a 10 and 8 bit panel. In my opinion paying the extra for 8 bit is a waste of money ​
Samsung UE55KU6500 UHD Television + Free gold plated HDMI cable - £669 @ RGB Direct 5 Year Warranty
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55" Samsung UHD Curved TV and a Which Best Buy. Use Code 30POUNDOFF for this price. John Lewis also price match. Yes 8bit screen but fantastic picture and at an affordable pric… Read more

Roderz

Isn't it under 'broadcasting' options - antenna/input - … Isn't it under 'broadcasting' options - antenna/input -> Air/cable/freesat/satellite


Thanks .....found the problem ....one of the aerial leads had failed - hence no signal on terrestrial.

rugbyboyroy

It has freesat & freeview built in .......have not been able work out how … It has freesat & freeview built in .......have not been able work out how to switch between them?Anyone managed to do it successfully ? If so - would appreciate any pointers.Thanks



Isn't it under 'broadcasting' options - antenna/input -> Air/cable/freesat/satellite

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nicccc

it's the gold hdmi that does it for me



Practically makes the screen a 10bit

millward84

Not sure on this or the Panasonic DX802 refurb. Seems a great deal


I'd take the Panny DX802 every time - fantastic picture, fantastic build and wonderful OS.

it's the gold hdmi that does it for me