Samsung MU6400 55" 4K TV £579 @ Coop(with code) / John Lewis (Price match)
679°Expired

Samsung MU6400 55" 4K TV £579 @ Coop(with code) / John Lewis (Price match)

82
Found 19th FebEdited by:"kencol"
Just bought this from JL on a price match as it is available at Coop Electrical for £579 after you use the code CPT50.

electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-…-s/

Coop also gives you 5% cashback (via coop membership card), which would have knocked another £28.95 off the price (or gave you that on your coop card to spend anyway).

Not sure if Coop charge something for delivery, didn't get that far, but JL didn't charge anything for delivery and you get the 5 year warranty.

I know Richer have the same model with 6 year warranty, not sure if they'd price match, but JL web chat was open, so hey ho.

Coop code expires at the end of the month.

P.S. don't forget to claim your 10 free UHD movie rentals at api.my-samsung.com/Upl…pdf
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
Avatar
deleted504074
AJ929 m ago

I personally wouldn't keep a tv for 4years let alone 6years.


i bet you would do it half way through a program if you had the exact date and time..you lunatic
oooooooooooo, couple of soft biscuits at the top of the packet chuck the rest away do ya...your crazy
Edited by: "deleted504074" 19th Feb
AJ9210 h, 44 m ago

I personally wouldn't keep a tv for 4years let alone 6years.


Lol. I only just got rid of my CRT last year and picked up a nice used 1080p Sony for 60 quid.

Thanks for belonging to the group of owners who renew their TVs so regularly!
Edited by: "jazid" 20th Feb
82 Comments
This the model with bleed issues again, must be hard to shift at rrp!
Thanks @kencol , heat added, great price
EulicMcGee18 m ago

This the model with bleed issues again, must be hard to shift at rrp!


Think it was the 49inch that had the bleed issue, I'm not sure if the 55inch did as well as much?
£20 more at richer sounds, and an extra years guarantee.
EulicMcGee42 m ago

This the model with bleed issues again, must be hard to shift at rrp!


I have this exact model and have no light bleed issues what so ever.
MarkTippett15 m ago

£20 more at richer sounds, and an extra years guarantee.


I personally wouldn't keep a tv for 4years let alone 6years.
Jak9242 m ago

Think it was the 49inch that had the bleed issue, I'm not sure if the …Think it was the 49inch that had the bleed issue, I'm not sure if the 55inch did as well as much?


Eh I have the 49" wtf mine seems fine, but I'll be keeping my peepers 👀 open now
Avatar
deleted504074
AJ929 m ago

I personally wouldn't keep a tv for 4years let alone 6years.


i bet you would do it half way through a program if you had the exact date and time..you lunatic
oooooooooooo, couple of soft biscuits at the top of the packet chuck the rest away do ya...your crazy
Edited by: "deleted504074" 19th Feb
DKSPLASH4 m ago

Eh I have the 49" wtf mine seems fine, but I'll be keeping my peepers …Eh I have the 49" wtf mine seems fine, but I'll be keeping my peepers 👀 open now


Check on AV FORUMS, if you're worried, but I've heard alot of people have that problem with the 49'' 6400
AJ929 m ago

I personally wouldn't keep a tv for 4years let alone 6years.


But plenty of people do. Even if they just move it to bedroom or as a gaming set.
AJ923 h, 2 m ago

I personally wouldn't keep a tv for 4years let alone 6years.


This makes no sense.
MarkTippett6 h, 51 m ago

£20 more at richer sounds, and an extra years guarantee.


Yeah, I mentioned that.
I don't know any Samsung TV's without backlight bleed issues. I'll only look at buying another Samsung when they bring out OLED. (QLED doesn't count!)
Is the difference between mu6400 and mu7000 only the freesat receiver - anyone know?
diddlypockets27 m ago

Is the difference between mu6400 and mu7000 only the freesat receiver - …Is the difference between mu6400 and mu7000 only the freesat receiver - anyone know?


I think the mu7000 goes to 1000nits brightness. But I'm not too sure.

I'm thinking of getting the mu6400 as seems good value for money. Also some Hisense tv's do seem alot tv for the money
What’s best Samsung 55 inch on av forums ?
AJ9210 h, 44 m ago

I personally wouldn't keep a tv for 4years let alone 6years.


Lol. I only just got rid of my CRT last year and picked up a nice used 1080p Sony for 60 quid.

Thanks for belonging to the group of owners who renew their TVs so regularly!
Edited by: "jazid" 20th Feb
I have the 49 inch version. Im on my third one from JL. Its a great tv but just expect a certain amount of light bleed around the edges. It is only really noticeable on films where the black line runs along the top and bottom and there is not much light in the room. When someone has pointed it out its hard not to unnotice it. This is likely to be worse the bigger the screen as the 40 apparently wasnt too bad. Im sure your glad I told you now ;-)
jazid19 m ago

Lol. I only just got rid of my CRT last year and picked up a nice used …Lol. I only just got rid of my CRT last year and picked up a nice used 1080p Sony for 60 quid. Thanks for belonging to the group of owners who renew their TVs so regularly!


Indeed. For me, a TV should be at least a ten-year device. It is also why I think the smarts should be outside the screen.
Refresh Rate: 60Hz :-( , are we leaving in dark ages?
metho4 m ago

Refresh Rate: 60Hz :-( , are we leaving in dark ages?



Yes, given that films are still 24fps, and broadcast TV is still 50fps.

Any TV you seen advertising above 60Hz is just lying, they use frame-doubling, it's never true Hz you're looking at.
ollie875 m ago

Yes, given that films are still 24fps, and broadcast TV is still 50fps.Any …Yes, given that films are still 24fps, and broadcast TV is still 50fps.Any TV you seen advertising above 60Hz is just lying, they use frame-doubling, it's never true Hz you're looking at.

Does that not mean, we as consumers are being conned. TBH, Its really hard blieve but i'll take your word for it. Still that 60Hz is bit of crap refresh rate now a day.
I bought this on a price match for £575 with JL at the beginning of January. IMO the picture is superb quality and if you have UHD through SKY Q it will blow your mind. Fantastic purchase and I am more than happy. Heat added for find OP.
metho31 m ago

Does that not mean, we as consumers are being conned. TBH, Its really hard …Does that not mean, we as consumers are being conned. TBH, Its really hard blieve but i'll take your word for it. Still that 60Hz is bit of crap refresh rate now a day.



What reason would you need above 60Hz on a 4K display? What would you actually use it for?

Gaming? Consoles can't even do real 4K at 30fps, never mind 60. You'd need a beast of a PC, and then I doubt you'd be buying a sub-£600 TV to play your games on, you'd probably invest in a high quality gaming monitor.

Sport? All the broadcasts are 50Hz any way.

Porn? 60Hz max.
Edited by: "ollie87" 20th Feb
diddlypockets1 h, 27 m ago

Is the difference between mu6400 and mu7000 only the freesat receiver - …Is the difference between mu6400 and mu7000 only the freesat receiver - anyone know?


The MU7000 also has a better refresh rate. I'm no expert but for gaming that should better.

Actually waiting for the price to come down again on the MU7000 55''. They were £699 at the start of the year but now are closer to £800.
Hicksyboy2 h, 6 m ago

I don't know any Samsung TV's without backlight bleed issues. I'll only …I don't know any Samsung TV's without backlight bleed issues. I'll only look at buying another Samsung when they bring out OLED. (QLED doesn't count!)



Samsung won’t ever bring out an OLED TV as it would mean buying the panel from LG. They introduced the horrendous QLED screens in an attempt to compete but the picture quality is terrible. Samsung haven’t made a decent TV since they stopped making plasma.
mcav23 m ago

Indeed. For me, a TV should be at least a ten-year device. It is also why …Indeed. For me, a TV should be at least a ten-year device. It is also why I think the smarts should be outside the screen.


Spot on. I have the "hassle" of needing a set top box as Sony are notorious for stopping supporting their tech after 6 years or so. Still a good screen though.
If Richer Sounds were to price match Co-op then the TV would cost £569 + 6 years warranty. Richer sounds have a "Price Beat" policy, so as the TV is priced between £301 - £1000 they would beat the price by £10.
nitro2287 m ago

Samsung won’t ever bring out an OLED TV as it would mean buying the panel f …Samsung won’t ever bring out an OLED TV as it would mean buying the panel from LG. They introduced the horrendous QLED screens in an attempt to compete but the picture quality is terrible. Samsung haven’t made a decent TV since they stopped making plasma.


I'm trying to count the number of errors in this post.
Spotted at least three thus far.
Uranus20th Feb

I'm trying to count the number of errors in this post.Spotted at least …I'm trying to count the number of errors in this post.Spotted at least three thus far.


What are the three you have spotted?
I like this tv, haven't had any issues so far.
nitro22827 m ago

Samsung won’t ever bring out an OLED TV as it would mean buying the panel f …Samsung won’t ever bring out an OLED TV as it would mean buying the panel from LG. They introduced the horrendous QLED screens in an attempt to compete but the picture quality is terrible. Samsung haven’t made a decent TV since they stopped making plasma.


You're seriously misinformed with this.

Samsung are the largest OLED manufacturer in the world (98% + market share), to say they won't ever bring out an OLED TV is nonsense.

If anything LG are probably buying the panels and technology from Samsung.
Edited by: "Tino_G" 20th Feb
nitro22859 m ago

Samsung won’t ever bring out an OLED TV as it would mean buying the panel f …Samsung won’t ever bring out an OLED TV as it would mean buying the panel from LG. They introduced the horrendous QLED screens in an attempt to compete but the picture quality is terrible. Samsung haven’t made a decent TV since they stopped making plasma.


OLED misinformation aside, that's a huge exaggeration - Samsung have made many high quality sets in recent years. Sure, they produce a lot of cheap sets with plenty of issues as well, and sometime their mid-range have pretty bad issues too. But to suggest they haven't made ANY decent sets is to basically disregard thousands of favourable genuine reviews from AV experts on dozens of models.

But nitro228 knows better?
kencol5 h, 50 m ago

Yeah, I mentioned that.


But Richer Sounds warranty isn't transferrable unlike the John Lewis one. Depends if you will sell the TV to whether it makes any odds.
Might get one...
Anyone know if Co-Op provide NUS discount on electricals?
johnlewis.com/sto…278


Thinking of buying this LG, better viewing angle and same price, I think nobody beats LG in terms of viewing angle even in budget sets, see yourself in Currys
Seen Samsung UE55MU700 and compare with Panasonic 58EX700B and found that viewing angle of this higher price Samsung is very poor compared to Panasonic and other lower price Sony and LG TV, but Panasonic did not look as bright as Samsung and others in-store
Can someone post me link/here which one is cheapest 4K 55" TV with 10 bit panel ?
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text