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Samsung 40KU6020 40 Inch Ultra HD Smart LED TV at £314.10 @ Argos
Samsung 40KU6020 40 Inch Ultra HD Smart LED TV at £314.10 @ Argos

Samsung 40KU6020 40 Inch Ultra HD Smart LED TV at £314.10 @ Argos

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Was £299 on blackfriday - £314.10 is the cheapest that I could find online - looking for days now...comes in stock every now and then - just ordered mine

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The 40 inch Samsung Ultra HD TV brings you a truly beautiful viewing experience with HDR and PurColour technology, giving you sharper shadows and eye-popping colours. Thanks to Samsung's clever upscaling technology you'll be able to see every single detail in 4K – no matter what resolution the content is. The Samsung Smart Hub home lets you quickly access apps, online services, catch-up and live TV. Experience the best UHD content from Netflix and Amazon and search for your favourite shows while you watch.

Stay connected with 3 HDMI ports you can plug in your Blu-ray player, games consoles and a soundbar. You can even set the mood for a movie night from your sofa, use your TV to control all your SmartThings smart home devices, dim the lights or lock up for the night.

39 Comments

Is there a difference between the KU6020 and KU6000? I don't think there is but just wanted to get another opinion.

6020 top deal!

Original Poster

moh223

Is there a difference between the KU6020 and KU6000? I don't think there … Is there a difference between the KU6020 and KU6000? I don't think there is but just wanted to get another opinion.



There you go: displayspecifications.com/en/…cc0

Anyone got on here got or seen this in action. How does it perform pls

moh223

Is there a difference between the KU6020 and KU6000? I don't think there … Is there a difference between the KU6020 and KU6000? I don't think there is but just wanted to get another opinion.



The main difference is that the 6020 has bluetooth.

Would be nice if you could order one - been looking at this for last 10 days but all it says when I try to buy is
"Currently out of stock for home delivery" and not available for collection at any stores near me

Probably available somewhere

Original Poster

cosmic48

Would be nice if you could order one - been looking at this for last 10 … Would be nice if you could order one - been looking at this for last 10 days but all it says when I try to buy is"Currently out of stock for home delivery" and not available for collection at any stores near meProbably available somewhere



I ordered one just now. Although could only get it for collection and not home delivery....keep trying!!

well done to anyone who can find it in stock!

I ordered one just now. Although could only get it for collection and not … I ordered one just now. Although could only get it for collection and not home delivery....keep trying!!



I dont think they have any central stock other what is in stores. Tried a dozen postcodes in Surrey and London, nothing available

As mentioned above by many there is no stock near 10 stores near me. Heat added. Good of you can find it.

Found it in Potters Bar - "Click and collect in Sainburys" and also around Portsmouth - none of those any use to me but might help someone

Apparently there are judder issues with the 6000 range

https://www.avforums.com/threads/awful-judder-with-samsung-tv.2038964/

Read this in a couple of forums

Oos everywhere in or around Bristol.

doesn't look like there is any stock in the west Midlands.

would be nice but seems to OOS everywhere even in the main warehouse ? :O

Got the 50" model of this on Black Friday. Really impressed by it so far. flamedeer too. Ta

This will suffer from what i've grown to call the 'Argos Syndrome' which basically means if you can find it in stock, anywhere, within 100 miles, then you are extremely lucky or the very first person to the deal. You would think for a catalogue shop they would be warehousing these things by the ton. I used to work at Argos when I was a student and at my local store we used to stock like 50 of everything, granted it's been a few years so that's likely changed by now.

None in Leicester area

Avoid buying this TV!This is piece of junk!Wasting money and time for repair!

muntjac

Avoid buying this TV!This is piece of junk!Wasting money and time for … Avoid buying this TV!This is piece of junk!Wasting money and time for repair!



What happened? How long have you had the KU6020 for?

A month!Samsung support is absolutely rubbish and customer service does not exist!

b_nar

Got the 50" model of this on Black Friday. Really impressed by it so far. … Got the 50" model of this on Black Friday. Really impressed by it so far. flamedeer too. Ta



Me too did you also manage to get 10% refund back from Currys for misleading description...??

dazmco

The main difference is that the 6020 has bluetooth.



I have the 50 inch model and I have to say I'm yet to find this "Bluetooth" feature on this TV. Also no voice recognition, no smart remote control just standard one. Complained to currys and was able to get 10% back. Happy days

muntjac

A month!Samsung support is absolutely rubbish and customer service does … A month!Samsung support is absolutely rubbish and customer service does not exist!



Just take it back to where you purchased it from then. Comes with a minimum of 1 years guarantee...

Is it that obvious?I deal with both: retailer and Samsung and honestly I can't get the problem solved.

muntjac

A month!Samsung support is absolutely rubbish and customer service does … A month!Samsung support is absolutely rubbish and customer service does not exist!



Hmm... I've had a different experience and though it was great service by Samsung repair team when my old telly broke after 35 days from purchasing.

May I be little nosey and ask where you purchased it from?

Literally checked the whole of the Midlands from Birmingham upto Sheffield no stock

An ok TV but you need to really understand what your going to be using the TV for before you pull the trigger, it's not a great amount of money so it's a compromise, but for me even at this price it's the refresh rate that makes it a no buy, it's only 60Hz which makes it not suitable for sports or fast moving action, certain console games will also suffer, my 8 year old Panasonic even has 100Hz refresh so this would be a step backwards in certain areas that are key for me when choosing a new TV

bally12345

Literally checked the whole of the Midlands from Birmingham upto … Literally checked the whole of the Midlands from Birmingham upto Sheffield no stock



Lol welcome to Argos playing with your heart

margamboy

An ok TV but you need to really understand what your going to be using … An ok TV but you need to really understand what your going to be using the TV for before you pull the trigger, it's not a great amount of money so it's a compromise, but for me even at this price it's the refresh rate that makes it a no buy, it's only 60Hz which makes it not suitable for sports or fast moving action, certain console games will also suffer, my 8 year old Panasonic even has 100Hz refresh so this would be a step backwards in certain areas that are key for me when choosing a new TV


I'm no TV expert so I won't pretend to be techy when it comes to all that. But what I can say is that I have this TV. Use it for Gaming mainly and it's superb. Battlefield 1, Drive Club, FIFA just to name 3 games with quick movement have not suffered any performance or judder issues. I have noticed using NOWTV and watching sports on that (football) via the internet, has had some juddering. But standard TV and normal Sky, no issues at all. Add to that the TV has a special Sports Mode, which is mainly developed for football, just adds to the quality. For the money, I'm really impressed.

mouphi

Apparently there are judder issues with the 6000 … Apparently there are judder issues with the 6000 rangehttps://www.avforums.com/threads/awful-judder-with-samsung-tv.2038964/Read this in a couple of forums



I dont get it why haven't they turned off auto motion plus = no judder problems.

People conflate and misunderstand TV specs, I think, but there's little wonder given the complexity and lack of standardisation. A "refresh rate" isn't really a refresh rate - in fact no LCD panels really "refresh" as CRTs used to. A lot of the time, TVs state very high values in Hz which usually represents the max level it can interpolate frames at. Even the value you select from your PC in Hz (typically 60) isn't a refresh rate - it's just how many times the framebuffer in your graphics subsystem flushes per second...the TV is just left to deal with it. What's more - not all the pixels achieve their desired state at the same time (e.g. moving a pixel from black-white-black takes longer than grey-white-grey) special technologies like overdrive compensate for it, but response times (measured in ms) are the true measure of whether stuff "ghosts" or not. Manufactureres usually quote the lowest response time (GTG) and anything 10ms and under will look fine in terms of ghosting.

​Game consoles often drop below 60Hz in demanding games, so if your game starts to stutter it is typically a result of the low frame rate of the game. No TV can do anything about it. The picture quality only gets as good as the source allows. And oh yeah, do not get fooled by the manufacturers’ claims of “800 Hz” or “1000 Hz”. These numbers have almost nothing to do with the real Hz of panel. Also anyone who knows anything about TV's for gaming know that low input lag is the key to a good gaming TV.

Complicated **** this like

I bought this TV for the bedroom from Tesco and for £300 to replace a 9 year old 32" Samsung. For the price I have absolutely no complaints. Didn't realise it has Bluetooth?

I watch rubbish like Corrie so refresh rates and input lags etc aren't high on my list as I'm only looking at Gail Platt's gish.

margamboy

An ok TV but you need to really understand what your going to be using … An ok TV but you need to really understand what your going to be using the TV for before you pull the trigger, it's not a great amount of money so it's a compromise, but for me even at this price it's the refresh rate that makes it a no buy, it's only 60Hz which makes it not suitable for sports or fast moving action, certain console games will also suffer, my 8 year old Panasonic even has 100Hz refresh so this would be a step backwards in certain areas that are key for me when choosing a new TV



I have had this TV for a couple of weeks now and have seen no issue what so ever with any of the football I have watched on it.

I got it for lot less than £320 [ using Flubit from Amazon and with Quidco cashback ]. I find it a definite improvement on my 10yr old Panasonic 32".

Edited by: "AdamBrunt" 16th Dec 2016

AdamBrunt

I have had this TV for a couple of weeks now and have seen no issue what … I have had this TV for a couple of weeks now and have seen no issue what so ever with any of the football I have watched on it.I got it for lot less than £320 [ using Flubit from Amazon and with Quidco cashback ]. I find it a definite improvement on my 10yr old Panasonic 32".


How much did you pay and how did you do this?

fifagamer10

How much did you pay and how did you do this?



I think I got mine for about £270 but only because Flubit got the price down to £299 and it was a couple of weekends ago when Quidco were doing 10% cashback on ALL Flubit purchases

AdamBrunt

I think I got mine for about £270 but only because Flubit got the price … I think I got mine for about £270 but only because Flubit got the price down to £299 and it was a couple of weekends ago when Quidco were doing 10% cashback on ALL Flubit purchases


Thanks, I managed to get it for £320 from Flubit through SuperFi and they had good reviews so I thought I'd try it.
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