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Samsung 75" TU7100 HDR Smart 4K TV via UNiDay - £899 / £764.15 at Samsung Store

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Samsung 75" TU7100 HDR Smart 4K TV via UNiDay - £899 / £764.15 at Samsung Store
Posted 13th Aug

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Been waiting on this 75 TV to get around £700 mark however this is lowest I could get it for.

Not for everyone but if you can get your hands on Uniday account
£134.85 discount on £899.00
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bicboideals13/08/2020 16:24

Just for our sky in the living room that family usually watches and …Just for our sky in the living room that family usually watches and Netflix etc ..I no I may sound stupid but what's refresh rate do others have and why does it make it better... Also someone said to look out for HDR10+ nothing lessSorry for the lack of knowledge trying to learnThanks in advance !


To be fair, some of the reviews mention 3 HDMI ports and some say 2 so I might be wrong on that.... HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and basically means better colour, contrast, brightness and picture quality. HDR10+ essentially means it has a higher lever of those things than standard HDR.

Refresh rate is more important if you are a serious gamer or an AV enthusiast.

This TV will certainly be fine for netflix / sky, and the size to cash ratio is very attractive. I've always been of the opinion that it's better to go with higher specs rather than just pure size but obviously that's my personal preference and not everyone would agree

Here's the Rtings link if you want to look in depth (I find them really helpful)
rtings.com/tv/…000

This TV is called 7000 in the USA and 7100 in Europe.

I would also add I have the model just above this one in 55 inches in our spare room and it's great... The Samsung UI is easy to understand so from a kid / family perspective that's a positive...

Hope that helps?
Edited by: "Nicholas_B" 13th Aug
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Tv techs ... Worth it?
Is this any good?anyone?
bicboideals13/08/2020 15:45

Tv techs ... Worth it?


It gets middling reviews... It's certainly absolutely massive for the price but it only has a 60hz refresh rate and just 2 HDMI ports (yes, I know you can buy splitters but it's 2020 not 2006)

It would probably be OK for your average user who wants that "big" TV effect but if you want quality, I'd look elsewhere
Nicholas_B13/08/2020 16:20

It gets middling reviews... It's certainly absolutely massive for the …It gets middling reviews... It's certainly absolutely massive for the price but it only has a 60hz refresh rate and just 2 HDMI ports (yes, I know you can buy splitters but it's 2020 not 2006)It would probably be OK for your average user who wants that "big" TV effect but if you want quality, I'd look elsewhere


Just for our sky in the living room that family usually watches and Netflix etc ..
I no I may sound stupid but what's refresh rate do others have and why does it make it better... Also someone said to look out for HDR10+ nothing less
Sorry for the lack of knowledge trying to learn
Thanks in advance !
bicboideals13/08/2020 16:24

Just for our sky in the living room that family usually watches and …Just for our sky in the living room that family usually watches and Netflix etc ..I no I may sound stupid but what's refresh rate do others have and why does it make it better... Also someone said to look out for HDR10+ nothing lessSorry for the lack of knowledge trying to learnThanks in advance !


To be fair, some of the reviews mention 3 HDMI ports and some say 2 so I might be wrong on that.... HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and basically means better colour, contrast, brightness and picture quality. HDR10+ essentially means it has a higher lever of those things than standard HDR.

Refresh rate is more important if you are a serious gamer or an AV enthusiast.

This TV will certainly be fine for netflix / sky, and the size to cash ratio is very attractive. I've always been of the opinion that it's better to go with higher specs rather than just pure size but obviously that's my personal preference and not everyone would agree

Here's the Rtings link if you want to look in depth (I find them really helpful)
rtings.com/tv/…000

This TV is called 7000 in the USA and 7100 in Europe.

I would also add I have the model just above this one in 55 inches in our spare room and it's great... The Samsung UI is easy to understand so from a kid / family perspective that's a positive...

Hope that helps?
Edited by: "Nicholas_B" 13th Aug
Nicholas_B13/08/2020 16:42

To be fair, some of the reviews mention 3 HDMI ports and some say 2 so I …To be fair, some of the reviews mention 3 HDMI ports and some say 2 so I might be wrong on that.... HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and basically means better colour, contrast, brightness and picture quality. HDR10+ essentially means it has a higher lever of those things than standard HDR. This will certainly be fine for netflix / sky, and the size to cash ratio is very attractive. I've always been of the opinion that it's better to go with higher specs rather than just pure size but obviously that's my personal preference and not everyone would agreeHere's the Rtings link if you want to look in depth (I find them really helpful) https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/tu7000This TV is called 7000 in the USA and 7100 in Europe.


You mate are an absolute legend! Really appreciate the help!
bicboideals13/08/2020 16:49

You mate are an absolute legend! Really appreciate the help!


You're welcome I've literally been living and breathing tv reviews as I'm looking to upgrade soon so at least someone benefits from my geeky nature
Nicholas_B13/08/2020 16:53

You're welcome I've literally been living and breathing tv reviews as …You're welcome I've literally been living and breathing tv reviews as I'm looking to upgrade soon so at least someone benefits from my geeky nature


Hahaha, we all have that side with different things
..me personally I bought that Toshiba 65 that came around for 360 and it honestly wasn't that bad of a TV everyone enjoyed it at home! But it ended up having a accident and had to go back so ever since trying to find the best price to sizes to decent spec ratio (hard right) I'm going mental!!
processor too bloody slow also very limited warranty
bicboideals13/08/2020 16:56

Hahaha, we all have that side with different things..me personally I …Hahaha, we all have that side with different things..me personally I bought that Toshiba 65 that came around for 360 and it honestly wasn't that bad of a TV everyone enjoyed it at home! But it ended up having a accident and had to go back so ever since trying to find the best price to sizes to decent spec ratio (hard right) I'm going mental!!


I'd advise looking at ROKU and Hisense models if you want a big, moderately decent TV and aren't bothered about "brand name"
2 HDMI is ridiculous and you wontget HDR out of this.
Edited by: "markoUK" 13th Aug
Nicholas_B13/08/2020 16:42

To be fair, some of the reviews mention 3 HDMI ports and some say 2 so I …To be fair, some of the reviews mention 3 HDMI ports and some say 2 so I might be wrong on that.... HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and basically means better colour, contrast, brightness and picture quality. HDR10+ essentially means it has a higher lever of those things than standard HDR. Refresh rate is more important if you are a serious gamer or an AV enthusiast. This TV will certainly be fine for netflix / sky, and the size to cash ratio is very attractive. I've always been of the opinion that it's better to go with higher specs rather than just pure size but obviously that's my personal preference and not everyone would agreeHere's the Rtings link if you want to look in depth (I find them really helpful) https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/tu7000This TV is called 7000 in the USA and 7100 in Europe. (y)I would also add I have the model just above this one in 55 inches in our spare room and it's great... The Samsung UI is easy to understand so from a kid / family perspective that's a positive...Hope that helps?


I’ve got the RU7400 in 55” but it’s now not working after a power surge from the lightning the other night took out my TV, PS4 and Sky Q box 🙈. Great tv for the money tbh although I wish it was a bit brighter in HDR and I do notice motion blur. Now thinking of replacing with a 65” higher Samsung model, maybe the Q70. One thing I loved about the tv is the smart tv and app functionality. It’s the best I’ve ever used on a tv and is what I expect from a tv in this day and age - the Apple TV app and airplay 2 is also very handy.

With regards to this particular tv, I don’t see the market for it, if you have the space for a 75” tv without doing it just for show, then you likely have the money to spend on a higher spec tv. If you don’t you could get a much better spec 55” or 65” for the money.
Screenwise 75" good for price range mark of just under £800. But seems to entry level by looking model no. Look for higher spec model and may be consider 65-inch model (LG 65sm8500pla). Really good TV 📺
This is the point where I advise anyone that may be reading this that my repair suite has a few dozen of these TV's in it, if you absolutely must get this TV, due to budget then get an extended warranty (don't settle for the standard 12 month warranty) or else you'll be needing to buy a new TV inside 18 months. Very poor model from Samsung this year, far worse than last years models and you can see from the internal components where they've cut corners to offer these up for <£1000 retail. My advice is wait a few months longer if you don't need a new TV right now. Check my previous posts (on most of the previous TV deal threads) so I don't have to repeat myself and bore anyone that is looking for a good TV deal.
KevClark198513/08/2020 17:22

I’ve got the RU7400 in 55” but it’s now not working after a power surge fro …I’ve got the RU7400 in 55” but it’s now not working after a power surge from the lightning the other night took out my TV, PS4 and Sky Q box 🙈. Great tv for the money tbh although I wish it was a bit brighter in HDR and I do notice motion blur. Now thinking of replacing with a 65” higher Samsung model, maybe the Q70. One thing I loved about the tv is the smart tv and app functionality. It’s the best I’ve ever used on a tv and is what I expect from a tv in this day and age - the Apple TV app and airplay 2 is also very handy. With regards to this particular tv, I don’t see the market for it, if you have the space for a 75” tv without doing it just for show, then you likely have the money to spend on a higher spec tv. If you don’t you could get a much better spec 55” or 65” for the money.


You may already know this, but if you are looking at the Samsung 65" Q70 then go for the 2019 version - the Q70R, not the 2020 Q790T.
The 2019 model is better, and can still be found in stock. It is also about £300 cheaper.
RedAndre13/08/2020 20:49

You may already know this, but if you are looking at the Samsung 65" Q70 …You may already know this, but if you are looking at the Samsung 65" Q70 then go for the 2019 version - the Q70R, not the 2020 Q790T.The 2019 model is better, and can still be found in stock. It is also about £300 cheaper.


Yeah i has read the 2019 Q70 has been replaced by the 2020 Q80 (not the 2020 Q70). Struggling to find the 65” Q70R in stock though. Found the 55” but not 65”
KevClark198513/08/2020 21:05

Yeah i has read the 2019 Q70 has been replaced by the 2020 Q80 (not the …Yeah i has read the 2019 Q70 has been replaced by the 2020 Q80 (not the 2020 Q70). Struggling to find the 65” Q70R in stock though. Found the 55” but not 65”


Showing as available to order 7 - 10 days at Reliant Direct for £1099 with 5 year warranty but not sure if it really is available or not??
KevClark198513/08/2020 21:05

Yeah i has read the 2019 Q70 has been replaced by the 2020 Q80 (not the …Yeah i has read the 2019 Q70 has been replaced by the 2020 Q80 (not the 2020 Q70). Struggling to find the 65” Q70R in stock though. Found the 55” but not 65”


I want the Q70R in 75... nothing is available though... and really you need to go Q80T to get the same features
just the 1 year warrranty from Samsung?
41743179-c3T6u.jpgGot the TV and for £764 can't find a fault, its a truly a cinematic experience. 4k movies via netflix is excellent. Playing PS4 is also great. A soundbar and bass is recommended as its goes well with the movie experience. I have content insurance for accidental damage so not fussed about warranty.
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