Samsung 75" MU7000 TV Best Price Now £1768.69 @ BTShop
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Samsung 75" MU7000 TV Best Price Now £1768.69 @ BTShop

£1,768.69£1,9499%BT Shop Deals
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Found 1st Feb
I am in the market to buy a good 75". This looks like a deal. Although it shows as Ordered Upon Request.
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is it wall mountable ?
OK I know Im a little daft, maybe old school, or just don't understand the need for a 6ft TV, it's a good price from the research I've done but can't really get the idea of why, unless ur lounge is like 30ft long
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salsolo3 m ago

is it wall mountable ?


Yes.. According to the samsung's product page. I can see the TV on a wall

samsung.com/uk/…XU/
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senator666dog5 m ago

OK I know Im a little daft, maybe old school, or just don't understand the …OK I know Im a little daft, maybe old school, or just don't understand the need for a 6ft TV, it's a good price from the research I've done but can't really get the idea of why, unless ur lounge is like 30ft long


My lounge is just over 17 feet. Do you need 30 ft long lounge for 75". Just thought of going for the biggest I could afford. I am also in double mind about paying this much extra for 10". Should I go for 65" or 75" ? Can't make up my mind.
thanks
senator666dog27 m ago

OK I know Im a little daft, maybe old school, or just don't understand the …OK I know Im a little daft, maybe old school, or just don't understand the need for a 6ft TV, it's a good price from the research I've done but can't really get the idea of why, unless ur lounge is like 30ft long


Actually, although it might seem counterintuitive, when it comes to UHD, to really get the benefit you want big screens and to be relatively close to them.
OKies so to really appreciate a 75" uhd TV you need to be how far away from it?????
I think ideally about eight feet for a 50" TV so I would have thought 65" would be better suited. Room might be 17 feet but doesn't necessarily mean that your seated position is.
Between 5 and 10ft for a 75"

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senator666dog2 h, 24 m ago

OKies so to really appreciate a 75" uhd TV you need to be how far away …OKies so to really appreciate a 75" uhd TV you need to be how far away from it?????


What do you mean by appreciate it. As close as possible without your face being pushed against the screen is generally the right answer for any tv. The further away you are the less you'll appreciate it.

ive had a projector running at 105" running the entire length of a wall whilstsitting 13 feet away and the image isn't too big it feels quite normal.
Darzen5 h, 57 m ago

Between 5 and 10ft for a 75" [Image]


Tremendously interesting thanks! We have a 55 inch and sit about 7 feet away. It's good to know (as my wife is fond of complaining) that I'm NOT sitting too close!!
It was about £1600 before new year
deepakgeorge12 h, 52 m ago

My lounge is just over 17 feet. Do you need 30 ft long lounge for 75". …My lounge is just over 17 feet. Do you need 30 ft long lounge for 75". Just thought of going for the biggest I could afford. I am also in double mind about paying this much extra for 10". Should I go for 65" or 75" ? Can't make up my mind.


We had a 65" in work, I always imagined I'd love that size TV but tbh most people thought it was too.big and tended to sit back from it
If you buy a bigger TV and end up sitting further away, what is the point in it being bigger?
senator666dog13 h, 14 m ago

OK I know Im a little daft, maybe old school, or just don't understand the …OK I know Im a little daft, maybe old school, or just don't understand the need for a 6ft TV, it's a good price from the research I've done but can't really get the idea of why, unless ur lounge is like 30ft long


My lounge is 30ft long but our 65" TV is just a few feet away to maximise the benefit of 4K HDR. With our comfy sofas I'd say it's vastly better than going to the cinema. It is a sheer indulgence. No one needs anything but if you like big TVs this is the one to get. Personally, Im wedded to my existing one for the next 4yrs but after that I want nothing less than 75", maybe even 85".
Stoofa13 h, 24 m ago

Actually, although it might seem counterintuitive, when it comes to UHD, …Actually, although it might seem counterintuitive, when it comes to UHD, to really get the benefit you want big screens and to be relatively close to them.


Agreed, as detail has improved the recommended distance has reduced. They used to say that a 40” TV was the recommended size up to 8ft away! Now HDTV tests recommended 60” for that distance!
dan51 h, 10 m ago

If you buy a bigger TV and end up sitting further away, what is the point …If you buy a bigger TV and end up sitting further away, what is the point in it being bigger?


That's exactly why I still have my 14" portable from which I sit 12" away.

Just like having a huuuuge 75" and sitting 8' away.
That's a big telly.
Cut out a cardboard or paper template and place where you'd site the TV, it can be a shock once you set it up just how big they are.
vaiopup2nd Feb

I think ideally about eight feet for a 50" TV so I would have thought 65" …I think ideally about eight feet for a 50" TV so I would have thought 65" would be better suited. Room might be 17 feet but doesn't necessarily mean that your seated position is.


At 8 feet with a 50" tv you wouldn't be able to tell the difference between 1080p and 4K.
MIDURIX5 m ago

At 8 feet with a 50" tv you wouldn't be able to tell the difference …At 8 feet with a 50" tv you wouldn't be able to tell the difference between 1080p and 4K.


There you go then. Money saved!
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