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Samsung 40" 4K ultra HD, HDR, Smart TV now £399 save £200, 6 year warranty @ Richer Sounds
Samsung 40" 4K ultra HD,  HDR, Smart TV now £399 save £200, 6 year warranty @ Richer Sounds

Samsung 40" 4K ultra HD, HDR, Smart TV now £399 save £200, 6 year warranty @ Richer Sounds

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HDR compatible 4K UHD resolution and class-leading smart functionality come together to make the Samsung UE40KU6000 a cutting-edge tech bargain.

And before anyone mentions... I know this is not an OLED panel but it's less than a quarter of the price of one of those. Should be a good TV for alot of people.

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Original Poster

Forgot to mention it's for sale at Richer sounds

Cold not OLED

Original Poster

Original Poster

Lol

hukdbargain

Cold not OLED



What he said!

I wonder if I buy this one and put my non HDR LG 4k yada yada tv in the box, send it back will they notice?
Edited by: "UnhappyGamer" 13th Oct 2016

UnhappyGamer

I wonder if I buy this one and put my non HDR LG 4k yada yada tv in the … I wonder if I buy this one and put my non HDR LG 4k yada yada tv in the box, send it back will they notice?



They not Amazon you know

Original Poster

... I can't believe this deal is lagging behind in the heat stakes to the soon after Daily Fail free Marmite deal... I mean come on people it's the Daily Mail and Marmite... That's got to be a kind of satanic pairing... ;-)

Original Poster

The Death Star light shade on the other hand is awesome and well worth your heat

Dubious about the "save £200", I got my 48" version of the same telly from richer sounds for £599.
Just googled and its 420 everywhere so maybe a warm deal, because of the 6 year warranty

£419 @ John Lewis with 5 year warranty so good spot

Review:

Samsung's TV range for 2016 is on top form, and even at this entry point, it's managed to produce a UHD screen with excellent dynamic range and HDR compatibility, which is really very impressive. This is backed up by a superb Smart TV system and all-round capability, plus a very nice design.

The only issues we identified were the slow motion response and the tight viewing angles. To improve on these, you'll need to move higher up the Series 6 range and spend a bit more money.

Priced at just over £500 at launch, we expect to see retailers aggressively undercutting each other as Christmas 2016 draws near, and the price of the 40-inch KU6000 could fall to £400, which would potentially make this a 5-star product as far as we're concerned.

s21.com/sam…htm

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Seems OK for the money - about the right price. But steer clear if you're in to sport/action or sit off-angle. I still don't see why anybody would purchase something like this ahead of Christmas/Black Friday/Sales? 4K is a battleground right now, be patient IMO.
Edited by: "The_Hoff" 14th Oct 2016

Original Poster

The_Hoff

Review:Samsung's TV range for 2016 is on top form, and even at this entry … Review:Samsung's TV range for 2016 is on top form, and even at this entry point, it's managed to produce a UHD screen with excellent dynamic range and HDR compatibility, which is really very impressive. This is backed up by a superb Smart TV system and all-round capability, plus a very nice design.The only issues we identified were the slow motion response and the tight viewing angles. To improve on these, you'll need to move higher up the Series 6 range and spend a bit more money.Priced at just over £500 at launch, we expect to see retailers aggressively undercutting each other as Christmas 2016 draws near, and the price of the 40-inch KU6000 could fall to £400, which would potentially make this a 5-star product as far as we're concerned.http://www.s21.com/samsung-ue40ku6000.htm-----------------------------------Seems OK for the money - about the right price. But steer clear if you're in to sport/action or sit off-angle. I still don't see why anybody would purchase something like this ahead of Christmas/Black Friday/Sales? 4K is a battleground right now, be patient IMO.

Thanks for adding the review.

Thanks OP

Original Poster

Also might be worth adding that you might get this even cheaper if you join their free to join VIP members club.
I got an extra £50 off a TV I bought that Richer Sounds had on sale.

Got my eye on the 49" version for £599 - these look like fab TV's.

Awful TV, cold.

CarlP26

Awful TV, cold.


Care to elucidate?

I've got it last Sunday from Argos for £377 with 10% discount. Cheaper but no 6 years warranty. Great TV but does not have headphone jack.

Also the below.

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Cold as in store only and that is a lottery with Richer Sounds.
Also no store within at least 40 miles.
It is about time they joined the 21st century and allowed internet ordering and delivery.

CarlP26

Awful TV, cold.



​ I'm not sure that your in-depth review of this TV has quite done enough to put me off it, but thanks all the same.a

Bought it from Argos for £377 by using the TV10 code.

smoking hot

Banned

good saving on this

This or the cheaper Hisense h40m3300 and why?

Cold. not CRT

samuelkhan99

Bought it from Argos for £377 by using the TV10 code.



Personally, I'd pay 20 quid extra for Richer's sterling 6 year guarantee vs the standard one year offered by Argos. Sure someone will start talking about the SOGA etc but for 20 quid I'll avoid that hassle.

Good price but note it's not proper HDR, it can accept HDR signals but not display them to their full potential.
Edited by: "fishLuke" 14th Oct 2016

Bought Samsung UE40KU6400 a bit higher spec then this for 25£ cheaper, when

helenaeos

I've got it last Sunday from Argos for £377 with 10% discount. Cheaper … I've got it last Sunday from Argos for £377 with 10% discount. Cheaper but no 6 years warranty. Great TV but does not have headphone jack.


About same price what ive paid for Samsung UE40KU6400 few months ago!
Edited by: "shkapars" 14th Oct 2016

Would you recommend this for use with the new PS4 pro?

hukdbargain

Cold not OLED


Agree, but I just can't bring myself to spend £2k on a frickin LG!
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 14th Oct 2016

dwl99

Care to elucidate?



Have a look at the specs, or should I google it for you?

CarlP26

Have a look at the specs, or should I google it for you?


Yes, could you Google it for me? That would help.

Hot very hot wait it's exploded

I have a plasma TV. The problem with LCD is the poor motion and poor blacks in comparison.
Those are the 2 things which make me feel that a TV like this will be a downgrade.
Both issues listed above should be resolved by OLED.

The problem is that OLED TVs are taking a long time to come down in price.

At present, a 2nd hand Panasonic plasma would be the best bet, if looking for the absolute highest image quality, without spending £2k+. It's very disappointing that the best TVs are no longer manufactured - Panasonic missed a trick here. They could've kept the factories open and milked the market by increasing the prices.

Got this as a bedroom telly, whacked it on the wall and it's adequate for the price. Like others, got the cheaper deal from Argoose. Not bothered about a 5 or 6 year warranty - never keep a tv more than 2 years and never had one break ever.

kiish

This or the cheaper Hisense h40m3300 and why?


Keen to get some views on this too please.

Original Poster

Thanks for all the heat guys ☺

"Cold it's not OLED" or "Cold it's not full HDR" are not really helpful comments - nothing anywhere near this price range / size does! It's a bit like voting down a £2k Ford Fiesta because it isn't a Ferrari.

The 6000 series Samsungs are basic but quality 4K TVs, well reviewed, and a reasonable price. You need to go up to the 7000 or 8000 series to get 'proper' HDR and what they call SUHD vs the mere UHD on this series. There is also the argument that you don't actually need 4K or better on a TV this small, as you can't really tell unless your viewing position is about 8 inches from the screen - but that's another argument!
Having seen these TVs while researching(I'm about to purchase a 55" version of the 7000 series) I was impressed with the quality - quite a big leap over the previous years models, none (or very little to imperceptible) of the motion blur and whitewashing. Still quite a jump up to OLED, but that's a jump in cost too.
I'd say this is a good deal.
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