Samsung MU6120 55" 4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV with TVPlus for £466.49 delivered @ B T Shop
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Samsung MU6120 55" 4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV with TVPlus for £466.49 delivered @ B T Shop

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Found 12th AprEdited by:"idontflycathay"
Low price for this good size TV

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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HDR with Auto Depth Enhancer
Samsung are one of the forerunners of colour-boosting High Dynamic Range (HDR). As members of the UHD Alliance, they've delivered top-shelf HDR. This means that there are over a billion individual colours to deepen your view and show shades you’ve never seen in home entertainment before. Usually, studios are forced to dilute the colour of their shows and films to fit on our TVs. Now, HDR screens like the MU6120 can channel content from studio-to-living room with the same precision and utterly otherworldly hues. Plus the screen's UHD Dimming achieves more realistic shadow detail and contrast too. Being able to independently adjust tone, brightness and sharpness in different areas around the screen gives a stunningly realistic picture quality. And it's all heightened by the brand's Auto Depth Enhancer which maximises your immersion in the picture.

4K UHD with Upscaling
The MU6120's Certified Ultra HD 4K resolution screen takes you to the next level of viewing experience. Four times the number of pixels of 1080p Full HD delivers stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail. Experience this high-spec picture on everything you watch thanks to 4K upscaling. Samsung's innovative upscaling technology converts lower resolution content to a level of detail near UHD. Upscaling is a process through which a lower resolution signal or data source is displayed at a higher resolution. The upscaling process interpolates additional pixels from the source data, and produces a clearer picture on your 4K screen than a non-upscaled image.Meanwhile the brand's Auto Motion Plus processing ensures even the very fastest action, like sports or action movies, is always smooth and blur-free.

Ultra Clean View
Give your old favourites a sparkling makeover with Ultra Clean View. This clever tech analyses the input signal and reduces distortion and visual noise. So no matter what the content, it'll always be a ravishing picture of crispness and clarity.

Samsung Smart Hub
Now faster, with ultra-high definition streaming, catch-up and games services, is the latest Smart Hub platform. This quick and easy platform marks a massive step forward for the connected home. Access the latest apps to experience the best UHD content from Netflix and Amazon*. You can even browse content easily, searching for your favourite programmes and movies while you are still watching TV. Powering the seamless interaction is the powerful Quad Core processor which significantly boosts performance with faster access to Smart features. Enjoy super-fast response times, as you use and toggle between apps, online services and live TV with ease.

Samsung TVPlus
Experience easy access to the latest movies via your TV guide in addition to all your traditional TV channels. Whether you’re browsing for the latest Hollywood blockbuster or trying to find Ultra HD content, expand your viewing options through a wealth of additional Smart channels with Samsung TV Plus. Watch subscription free content with on-air and catch-up services (charges apply for premium on-demand content).

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MARFW14 m ago

Worse spec than the MU6400. 8bit HDR (no frc).


Mu6400 has an 8bit panel as well. The only difference is a smart remote and Bluetooth. Other than that, no difference. Both accept 10 bit colour but do not have spec to process it in a native way ie wide colour gamut and local dimming. Next time try not to mislead the people
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Worse spec than the MU6400. 8bit HDR (no frc).
frc?
it does have frc(dithering) as it accepts an 10 bit input, the panel is 8bit native with + 2 bit FRC
Edited by: "craigyhay" 12th Apr
MARFW14 m ago

Worse spec than the MU6400. 8bit HDR (no frc).


Mu6400 has an 8bit panel as well. The only difference is a smart remote and Bluetooth. Other than that, no difference. Both accept 10 bit colour but do not have spec to process it in a native way ie wide colour gamut and local dimming. Next time try not to mislead the people
zajdel29 m ago

Mu6400 has an 8bit panel as well. The only difference is a smart remote …Mu6400 has an 8bit panel as well. The only difference is a smart remote and Bluetooth. Other than that, no difference. Both accept 10 bit colour but do not have spec to process it in a native way ie wide colour gamut and local dimming. Next time try not to mislead the people


8bit + FRC in MU6400
displayspecifications.com/en/…b40
only 8bit in MU6120
displayspecifications.com/en/…fa3
Next time try not to mislead people...
pavel7625 m ago

8bit + FRC in …8bit + FRC in MU6400https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/69b8b40only 8bit in MU6120https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/f088fa3Next time try not to mislead people...



Display Spec site is akin to using Wikipedia as evidence of your claim. Its user maintained and often wrong.


Both are 8bit. Theres a difference between being able to accept, and being able to display a 10 bit signal. In the case of both these TV's, they accept a 10 bit signal but display it in 8bit, no dithering.

Source - Richer Sounds website and Harry Garlick store.
pavel7632 m ago

8bit + FRC in …8bit + FRC in MU6400https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/69b8b40only 8bit in MU6120https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/f088fa3Next time try not to mislead people...

Great website for the display comparison, i had been trying to find one lately but this website seems awesome
UiRChris_1 h, 13 m ago

Display Spec site is akin to using Wikipedia as evidence of your claim. …Display Spec site is akin to using Wikipedia as evidence of your claim. Its user maintained and often wrong.Both are 8bit. Theres a difference between being able to accept, and being able to display a 10 bit signal. In the case of both these TV's, they accept a 10 bit signal but display it in 8bit, no dithering.Source - Richer Sounds website and Harry Garlick store.


Ha Ha at the "sources" (Veritable NOT!)
mcormack8 m ago

Ha Ha at the "sources" (Veritable NOT!)


Far more reliable than a website anyone can post information on...

Seeing as it lists the 6400 as a VA panel with 1000:1 contrast.... I think we can dismiss the information provided as questionable, at best.
mcormack8 m ago

Ha Ha at the "sources" (Veritable NOT!)

ilgs.net/sam…tml


£442.38, no idea how good the company are.
Is it worth getting this or holding out for another deal on the 6400 model? Thanks
I'm now seeing this at £449? Worth another post?
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