Samsung MU6400 40" Smart Ultra HD 4K TV - £348.87 @ ebuyer.com
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Samsung MU6400 40" Smart Ultra HD 4K TV - £348.87 @ ebuyer.com

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Found 20th Dec 2017
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • Smart TV
  • Freeview
  • Built in WiFi
  • Silver Finish
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Believe this is the cheapest deal yet.
Great price! I have this TV weirdly with a PS4 pro and hdr turned on it caused flickering issues, had to turn hdr off on that HDMI.

Just a note for anyone considering but it's not a big problem as it's only 8 bit hdr
Edited by: "praevalens" 20th Dec 2017
Great price. Hopefully John Lewis or Amazon can match it at which point I’ll snap this up. No diss on Ebuyer
praevalens16 m ago

Great price! I have this TV weirdly with a PS4 pro and hdr turned on it …Great price! I have this TV weirdly with a PS4 pro and hdr turned on it caused flickering issues, had to turn hdr off on that HDMI. Just a note for anyone considering but it's not a big problem as it's only 8 bit hdr


Are you sure you are in the right HDMI port for example I have a hisense and its only ports 3 and 4 that are hdmi enabled the other 2 dont have HDR leave it on and try a different port bud.
Great price have some heat my Sony 43 “ tv is playing up and I’m tempted with this price. Worth paying £40 more to get 5 year warranty?!
Edited by: "jona77" 20th Dec 2017
Showing up at £369.99 when I click through - is there a code to get it for this price?
Just been to site and it says £369
Good price! Paid only £10 less for 6120MU albeit with 5 Year Warranty.
praevalens1 h, 4 m ago

Great price! I have this TV weirdly with a PS4 pro and hdr turned on it …Great price! I have this TV weirdly with a PS4 pro and hdr turned on it caused flickering issues, had to turn hdr off on that HDMI. Just a note for anyone considering but it's not a big problem as it's only 8 bit hdr


I have this TV working just fine with HDR from PS4 Pro and an Nvidia Shield. It's not 'very' HDR because it only hits around 350 nits, but it's still noticeable over SDR. It's about as good as small TVs get in this regard currently, and I use it as a monitor for my PC aswell.

FYI The US model# is MU7000 so you can find better more detailed info by googling that, rtings.com/tv/…000
Looks like they have sneakily put the price up by £20
jona775 m ago

Looks like they have sneakily put the price up by £20



Shame they have put the price up. Still hoping to pick one of these up for £350 with 5 year warranty
I'd hang on to see if anyone else follows as ebuyer have the worst customer service I've ever come across.
Would spend the extra £20 difference now and buy from John Lewis with the 5 year warranty. Though as someone else has posted I’m guessing post Xmas there will be equally good deals on this tv
Sh1t, I paid £499 for this back at the end of October. My only issue with it is that I can't stream and watch a movie with bluetooth headset at the same time, if I enable bluetooth, it cuts off the wifi.
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chris171235 m ago

I have this TV working just fine with HDR from PS4 Pro and an Nvidia …I have this TV working just fine with HDR from PS4 Pro and an Nvidia Shield. It's not 'very' HDR because it only hits around 350 nits, but it's still noticeable over SDR. It's about as good as small TVs get in this regard currently, and I use it as a monitor for my PC aswell.FYI The US model# is MU7000 so you can find better more detailed info by googling that, https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/mu7000


Weirdly it's only the pro I had issues with (tried 2 as I got it replaced)
I got John Lewis to price match the PRCDirect deal on Monday, it was £379
Is there any discernable difference between this and the KU6400?
This was just updated to support HDR via HLG in iPlayer aswell :). 2016 Samsungs will not support this ever (apparently).
all2humanuk2 h, 33 m ago

Is there any discernable difference between this and the KU6400?


Ive got the ku6400. I believe only difference is finish of the TV and that it has the new slightly improved UI but other than that I think it's pretty much the same (correct me if I'm wrong). My ku6400 from JL is really good. Works well and picture quality is great. It is the 2016 model and MU6400 is the 2017 model
Thanks, ordered although price was about 15 higher now
Managed to get the 40" from JL on a price match for £349 with 5 year guarantee. Think this will b the standard price very soon.
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