Samsung 40MU6120 40 Inch 4K UHD Smart TV with HDR - £349 at John Lewis
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Samsung 40MU6120 40 Inch 4K UHD Smart TV with HDR - £349 at John Lewis

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Found 6th Mar
Enjoy a brilliantly vibrant 4K HDR picture with Samsung's MU6120. The brand's Certified Ultra HD screen delivers an image of beautifully true colour and clarity. Auto Depth Enhancer technology takes you further into the visuals, while 4K upscaling and Ultra Clean View features ensure whatever you're watching gets the same sparkling 4K treatment. Access a world of online entertainment via Samsung's Smart Hub too. The spectacular visuals of the MU6120 bring a world-class viewing experience into the home.
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mayzi6 m ago

This was £290 around xmas


Bread was 5p in the seventies.
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Isn't this the normal price?
Bought last year for £289, it’s an ok TV, would have gone for the 6400 but I don’t like the silver frame...
This was £290 around xmas
mayzi6 m ago

This was £290 around xmas


Bread was 5p in the seventies.
I wonder what's the difference between this and the 40mu6100?

One comment I read claimed they are the same tv but the 6100 is better due to having an additional remote and better Bluetooth connectivity or something.
Sounds odd that a model with a lower number might possibly be a better purchase? Can't be right surely.
I have this, not a bad tv... got for £299 price match at John Lewis (was around this price originally). I've seen this price go up and down
Edited by: "hotdealsareus123" 6th Mar
Bestard6 m ago

Bread was 5p in the seventies.


Thanks for that you old git. But it was closer 10p.

I can still get a reduced loaf for 5p ahahah
Can anyone recommend a better 40" for the price please?

5 year guarantee plus 4k HDR. I understand it's been cheaper but still a fair price for a 40".
Edited by: "tailor313" 7th Mar
tailor3137 m ago

Can anyone recommend a better 40" for the price please? 5 year guarantee …Can anyone recommend a better 40" for the price please? 5 year guarantee plus 4k HDR. I understand it's been cheaper but still a fair price for a 40".


As far as I am aware, there are only a couple of 4k models each from Samsung and Panasonic at this size.
This TV presumably being the worst of them.
tailor31328 m ago

Can anyone recommend a better 40" for the price please? 5 year guarantee …Can anyone recommend a better 40" for the price please? 5 year guarantee plus 4k HDR. I understand it's been cheaper but still a fair price for a 40".


Not a 40 inch but would say a hisense h43,n5700 from john Lewis ,@£349 is a good bet at this sort of price with 5yr guarantee
Bestard2 h, 29 m ago

I wonder what's the difference between this and the 40mu6100?One comment I …I wonder what's the difference between this and the 40mu6100?One comment I read claimed they are the same tv but the 6100 is better due to having an additional remote and better Bluetooth connectivity or something.Sounds odd that a model with a lower number might possibly be a better purchase? Can't be right surely.


6100 is better. Think of the 6120 as a later released cut down version of the 6100, possibly even made using parts rejected from the 6100 manufacture process. They removed the Smart remote and Bluetooth support. As far as I've seen there is no Bluetooth at all on this model. It can be enabled on some of the larger models in the 6120 range, but I've seen many show hardware faults when this is done (the one I'm watching now for example ).
I got the Samsung 50” same model of this tv from John Lewis for just £324....XD
I have this set and paid £289 for it. Overall I'm happy but it does have a judder problem with the in-built freeview HD tuner, which especially shows up with live sports. Thankfully the issue isn't there with external inputs or the inbuilt apps like twitch/netflix etc.
Anyone recommend a 32" bedroom telly? 40" is too big for the room.
decanay8 h, 18 m ago

6100 is better. Think of the 6120 as a later released cut down version of …6100 is better. Think of the 6120 as a later released cut down version of the 6100, possibly even made using parts rejected from the 6100 manufacture process. They removed the Smart remote and Bluetooth support. As far as I've seen there is no Bluetooth at all on this model. It can be enabled on some of the larger models in the 6120 range, but I've seen many show hardware faults when this is done (the one I'm watching now for example ).


What hardware faults can happen explain please ? Thank you
There is Bluetooth on this model however you have to go through the engineer menu. I bought it at xmas and price matched RGB Direct to get John Lewis’ warranty. From memory I think the model up has crystal colour or something like that, it has a crisper picture, different remote & Bluetooth is active out the box. The judder issue can be resolved if you remove digital clean view and auto motion plus.
Edited by: "mightykaboosh" 7th Mar
Ts18991 h, 50 m ago

What hardware faults can happen explain please ? Thank you


Nothing to worry about. If you're not going to try enabling Bluetooth, you'll never notice any issue at all. You can't cause any additional faults by trying it. It will either work or it won't. If it doesn't work, you probably have a panel with a faulty board/by chip. The error logs are found in the service menu.

All I'm saying is that this model is essentially a 6100 that didn't make it through quality control.
Edited by: "decanay" 7th Mar
mightykaboosh17 m ago

There is Bluetooth on this model however you have to go through the …There is Bluetooth on this model however you have to go through the engineer menu. I bought it at xmas and price matched someone like rgb to get John Lewis’ warranty. From memory think the model up has clearview or something like that it’s a crisper picture, has different remote and Bluetooth is active out the box. The judder issue can be removed if you remove digital clean view and auto motion plus.


The 6120 has the hardware, but it only works on some, not others. Are you sure the 40 does though? I've never seen Bluetooth working on one. Fit the 50+ models I read the same posts and assumed it was just disabled intentionally to reach a lower price point. It's wasn't.

Some are totally broken (like mine), and some are unable to pair and remain unusable. Most do tend to work ok though.
On 40”


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Having said that it forgets the speaker as soon as you turn off the tv, so I rarely use it.
Edited by: "mightykaboosh" 7th Mar
mightykaboosh4 h, 3 m ago

The judder issue can be resolved if you remove digital clean view and auto …The judder issue can be resolved if you remove digital clean view and auto motion plus.


Doesn't work on mine.
garethcollins9257th Mar

I got the Samsung 50” same model of this tv from John Lewis for just £ …I got the Samsung 50” same model of this tv from John Lewis for just £324....XD


when did you purchase this? I`m after this model myself and i cannot see it on JL website its no longer for sale it says
prohunter3 h, 21 m ago

when did you purchase this? I`m after this model myself and i cannot see …when did you purchase this? I`m after this model myself and i cannot see it on JL website its no longer for sale it says


Around Christmas / New Year it was available at that sort of price from AO/Ebay, Amazon had it £339, and obviously anywhere that offers primematch. That's when I got mine. The 50" hasn't dropped that low since then. It's a good TV at that sort of price, but I wouldn't pay anymore for it.
mightykaboosh7th Mar

The judder issue can be resolved if you remove digital clean view and auto …The judder issue can be resolved if you remove digital clean view and auto motion plus.


Just to follow up on this, I'm watching the rugby (IRE/SCO) on ITV right now via the in-built Freeview HD tuner, with both those settings off and there is absolutely judder. It's just not a good set for watching live sport on freeview.

If I switch to an external tuner connected via HDMI, the judder is gone.
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