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Samsung 75-inch RU7100 HDR Smart 4K TV [Energy Class A+] £970 @ Amazon
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Samsung 75-inch RU7100 HDR Smart 4K TV [Energy Class A+] £970 @ Amazon

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Posted 23rd Nov 2019

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Seems a decent screen. Would be good for gaming. Low input lag. Not the greatest hdr perf but to be expected at this price pint per inch.
Edit, very good input lag, but not great motion, so may not suit some games. Viewing angles could be betterntoo, would suit seating right in front of the TV.
Hope it helps someone.
rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ru7100
Edited by: "Mugginz" 23rd Nov 2019
This or the 70" Phillips posted 12h ago?
CaptainMatta1123/11/2019 00:13

This or the 70" Phillips posted 12h ago?


If you’re not bothered with extra 5 inches then the Philips 7304 would be a better choice. The Philips is a bit better picture wise than 7400 Samsung series. So better tv at nearly 200 pounds less. Also you get ambilight but loose the Samsung smart platform in favour of android system
CaptainMatta1123/11/2019 00:13

This or the 70" Phillips posted 12h ago?


This article is not directly about the 7x" versions but covers these 2 models. Hope that helps.
tvfindr.com/bes…ds/

I think it depends how bright the room is, where the furniture is, and what content you intend to consume (just tv or hdr HQ bluray?).
Mugginz23/11/2019 00:34

This article is not directly about the 7x" versions but covers these 2 …This article is not directly about the 7x" versions but covers these 2 models. Hope that helps.https://www.tvfindr.com/best-4k-tvs-under-600-pounds/I think it depends how bright the room is, where the furniture is, and what content you intend to consume (just tv or hdr HQ bluray?).


Normally just watch TV no Blu-ray but do wtach Netflix room is well lit
CaptainMatta1123/11/2019 00:40

Normally just watch TV no Blu-ray but do wtach Netflix room is well lit


The article provided by Mugginz won’t apply to the 70inch Philips as the panel is VA instead of IPS which is used in 55 inch model and doesn’t produce as deep blacks as the VA panel does . Based on that the Philips is a better choice if you don’t mind less inches
CaptainMatta1123/11/2019 00:40

Normally just watch TV no Blu-ray but do wtach Netflix room is well lit


Cool. Sitting right in front? How far from TV? This will help with optimal distance to TV to resolve and make use of all those tiny pixels.

rtings.com/tv/…hip
Fakyata23/11/2019 00:48

The article provided by Mugginz won’t apply to the 70inch Philips as the p …The article provided by Mugginz won’t apply to the 70inch Philips as the panel is VA instead of IPS which is used in 55 inch model and doesn’t produce as deep blacks as the VA panel does . Based on that the Philips is a better choice if you don’t mind less inches


Good catch. Hard to find reviews of these budget large screen versions.
The Rtings link above does point out the VA issues.
Looking at both side by side, I think the Philips is probably a better buy too.
Edited by: "Mugginz" 23rd Nov 2019
Thanks guys really appreciate the help
The Samsung got my vote, it's great for gaming and is good for general TV viewing and 4K content too. If you're seating position is sat directly in front of the TV then the picture is great, Ok so it doesn't get as bright as the more expensive TV's costing 50% more and the HDR could be better but at the end of the day this is a massive 75" smart TV with a perfectly good screen for under a grand!! If you're really fussy about picture quality sure the QLED's and OLED's will obviously be better but you're going to have to be happy with a 65" TV and spend 50% more to fulfil those higher quality requirements! For those people out there that are just after a nice big TV for regular everyday use in their home this is more than adequate. Go view it at Currys PC World and decide for yourself. Curry's don't hold it in stock as it's too big so it has to be delivered to your home so you can't take it away with you as I found out. There's a quick review of last years 75" model here if it helps anyone out who might need some further info:
Edited by: "mumjit" 24th Nov 2019
would richer sounds price match this?
montana7825/11/2019 15:39

would richer sounds price match this?


Probably not as it does not have a 5+ year warranty
How does this Samsung compare to the LG75UK6200PLB which is available from richer sounds at £899
Edited by: "sterankin" 25th Nov 2019
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