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Samsung QE43Q60R 4K Ultra HD QLED Smart TV £502.55 @ Hughes Direct Ebay
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Samsung QE43Q60R 4K Ultra HD QLED Smart TV £502.55 @ Hughes Direct Ebay

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Posted 24th Nov 2019

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Seems like a good deal on a Samsung Qled even if its only a 43 inch. Use Ebay voucher PICKME5 to get it down £502.55
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Wow
Poor deal, why would you get this with 1 year warranty then its only £529 with a 6 year warranty

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The edge light bleed on this model is awful, for this price range I'd expect a lot better
deanos24/11/2019 07:45

Poor deal, why would you get this with 1 year warranty then its only £529 …Poor deal, why would you get this with 1 year warranty then its only £529 with a 6 year warrantyhttps://www.richersounds.com/samsung-qe43q60r.html


Thanks for the input. Didn't see this at Richer Sounds
deanos24/11/2019 07:45

Poor deal, why would you get this with 1 year warranty then its only £529 …Poor deal, why would you get this with 1 year warranty then its only £529 with a 6 year warrantyhttps://www.richersounds.com/samsung-qe43q60r.html


The Q60 should come with a 5 year guarantee when purchased through Hughes as they're approved by Samsung to take on the repairs rather than Samsung directly.

When purchasing through the Hughes website a five year is displayed and the same price of £502 can be achieved through the Hughes Rewards scheme whereby you obtain a 5% code.

Admittedly 6 years at RicherSounds is arguably better, however if you like to support your local high street the same price with 5 years instead of one year is achievable.
karl.foster24/11/2019 10:02

The Q60 should come with a 5 year guarantee when purchased through Hughes …The Q60 should come with a 5 year guarantee when purchased through Hughes as they're approved by Samsung to take on the repairs rather than Samsung directly.When purchasing through the Hughes website a five year is displayed and the same price of £502 can be achieved through the Hughes Rewards scheme whereby you obtain a 5% code.Admittedly 6 years at RicherSounds is arguably better, however if you like to support your local high street the same price with 5 years instead of one year is achievable.


not mentioned on the Ebay add just says 1 year , sometimes warranties are excluded when buying on EBay even through official shops
deanos24/11/2019 10:03

not mentioned on the Ebay add just says 1 year , sometimes warranties are …not mentioned on the Ebay add just says 1 year , sometimes warranties are excluded when buying on EBay even through official shops


Absolutely, not disputing that it doesn't say that. Was just providing an alternative option for people who might want the five year with Hughes.
Would people recommend this or the ru7400? I know this one's QLED but if it's a bad one surely better getting a higher spec LED one or have I got that wrong?
karl.foster24/11/2019 10:02

The Q60 should come with a 5 year guarantee when purchased through Hughes …The Q60 should come with a 5 year guarantee when purchased through Hughes as they're approved by Samsung to take on the repairs rather than Samsung directly.When purchasing through the Hughes website a five year is displayed and the same price of £502 can be achieved through the Hughes Rewards scheme whereby you obtain a 5% code.Admittedly 6 years at RicherSounds is arguably better, however if you like to support your local high street the same price with 5 years instead of one year is achievable.


Thanks for the additional info. Very useful..
Countyfan8124/11/2019 10:39

Would people recommend this or the ru7400? I know this one's QLED but if …Would people recommend this or the ru7400? I know this one's QLED but if it's a bad one surely better getting a higher spec LED one or have I got that wrong?



QLED is LED, it's just a marketing thing.
Tsubodai24/11/2019 10:49

QLED is LED, it's just a marketing thing.


Not typically true, yes they remain LED's just like OLED's do too. However, a QLED panel will offer more depth and pixel clarity than a LED will. Moreover, a QLED will produce a higher nit range that a traditional LED will not be able to achieve.
As mentioned, this TV has poor lightbleed around the edges. A friend bought one a few weeks back for £700 and although it is bright and colourful, blacks look bad.
alasdair91124/11/2019 11:32

As mentioned, this TV has poor lightbleed around the edges. A friend …As mentioned, this TV has poor lightbleed around the edges. A friend bought one a few weeks back for £700 and although it is bright and colourful, blacks look bad.


Not recommended then I'm guessing?
Countyfan8124/11/2019 10:39

Would people recommend this or the ru7400? I know this one's QLED but if …Would people recommend this or the ru7400? I know this one's QLED but if it's a bad one surely better getting a higher spec LED one or have I got that wrong?


From what I've read, this is marginally better than the 7 series as it's a bit brighter, but not worth the extra money for most people. I picked up a 7400 for 300 this week from Amazon Warehouse (like new) and I wouldn't pay 200 extra for the small benefits of the Q60R.
MisterMadHatter24/11/2019 12:31

From what I've read, this is marginally better than the 7 series as it's a …From what I've read, this is marginally better than the 7 series as it's a bit brighter, but not worth the extra money for most people. I picked up a 7400 for 300 this week from Amazon Warehouse (like new) and I wouldn't pay 200 extra for the small benefits of the Q60R.


Thanks that's what I'm thinking - been doing plenty of research and thought I'd decided on the 7400 then saw this - like you say though it's a fair bit more. 7400 good right? Was originally thinking of an Ambilight but sounds like not as good
The Hisense models b7500 would offer the same kind of picture quality as the RU7400 but are a lot cheaper.

The Q60 has a VA panel and as such typically has good black levels for a LED tv. As with all LED's there can be a bit of a panel lottery but if it is a typical panel, the contrast is very good.

For HDR it gets to about 480 nits which isn't really high enough to be really effective at HDR, but it is certainly more effective than the 250 to 300 nits produced by the cheaper tv's.

For reference, I have this TV (needed the best I could get after a cat/TV smash accident at this size) and whilst it is the best TV you can get at 43", I would have hoped it would have local dimming and be a bit brighter like last year's Q6F.
For example, if you're lucky, you can get really good panel uniformity and as a result light bleed isn't an issue.
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AndrewFranci-b2794.0739224/11/2019 16:58

The Hisense models b7500 would offer the same kind of picture quality as …The Hisense models b7500 would offer the same kind of picture quality as the RU7400 but are a lot cheaper.The Q60 has a VA panel and as such typically has good black levels for a LED tv. As with all LED's there can be a bit of a panel lottery but if it is a typical panel, the contrast is very good.For HDR it gets to about 480 nits which isn't really high enough to be really effective at HDR, but it is certainly more effective than the 250 to 300 nits produced by the cheaper tv's.For reference, I have this TV (needed the best I could get after a cat/TV smash accident at this size) and whilst it is the best TV you can get at 43", I would have hoped it would have local dimming and be a bit brighter like last year's Q6F.


Someone who knows what he's on about, nice to see 🙌🏻
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