SAMSUNG QE49Q7FAM 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV + UBD-M9000 Smart 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player with 4K Ultra HD Upscaling - £1169.10 @ Curry's
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SAMSUNG QE49Q7FAM 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV + UBD-M9000 Smart 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player with 4K Ultra HD Upscaling - £1169.10 @ Curry's

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Edited by:"Bobbytallant"Found 6th Oct
Use code LSTV10A to get this bundle to this price (£1169.10).

Lowest price this has been anywhere. I have been tracking it for a few weeks now.

Comes with a free 4k blu ray player Samsung UBD-M9000 + Planet Earth II and Everest Blu Ray. Personally I would have no need for these. I looked on eBay and I would be confident of clearing £140-£150 for the player+blu rays.

Topcashback also advertises £70 cash back on TV's over £1000. However having just ordered, it tracked at £8.12. Guessing this is because I used a voucher. Better than nothing still!

As far as I can tell it comes with a 5 year warranty. Its advertised on the TV listing alone, but not on the bundle listing. I have rang Currys previously to ask this and they said they do indeed offer the 5 year warranty on the QLED models.

All in all taking into account the Blu Ray player value this ends up being just over a grand. Half what its initial RRP was.

No doubt the comments will be this is not as good as OLED and money is better spent on the LG 55 B/C7 models - but they are £500 more than this. So its all relative really.

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Good price, nice to see it going in the right direction

QLED not OLED... just a reminder

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malachi3 m ago

QLED not OLED... just a reminder


Indeed, sneaky Samsung marketing team! - like I say I am sure some will never entertain Samsung's QLED range in favour of the OLEDs (from LG in particular). But its nice to see the QLED's price decrease. Still a stunning picture, particularly if you intend to plonk it in a brightly lit lounge as I do!

Q LED???

Yep just a normal LED TV i saw a one next to a Panasonic and a Sony OLED,

Same old problems with a backlight,

OLED is night and day better at colour rendering without a white backlight shining through,

The rep tried to tell me all the problems with LED TV's had been solved with this TV,

Don't forget you will never get the truth from a so called unbiased shop salesman,

Use your own eyes, i saw straight away the picture was rubbish compared to a OLED TV,

BUT this could well be the future, QLED will be able to be made far faster than OLED,

And manufacturing can be ramped up faster on QLED V's OLED,

QLED will have to significantly cheaper than OLED as it has the normal LED backlit issues,

Hopefully there will be a price war, as £1200 for a 49" LED TV is quite expensive,

But they will try and trick us into thinking this is a new type of OLED.

I was also talking to a buyer of a QLED in Currys and they took theirs back,

As they also have issues with stutter when viewing sports.

malachi56 m ago

QLED not OLED... just a reminder


It is if you are creative with Tippex

32195855-JvMXt.jpgAnyone tell me about this Samsung 65 ks9000d for 799 with a 5 year guarentee was gunna get a Sony 55XE 7073 for 649 ,thanks

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Jimmy.Bamling9 m ago

[Image] Anyone tell me about this Samsung 65 ks9000d for 799 with a 5 year …[Image] Anyone tell me about this Samsung 65 ks9000d for 799 with a 5 year guarentee was gunna get a Sony 55XE 7073 for 649 ,thanks


Where did you see that price? Was it new?

Bobbytallant4 m ago

Where did you see that price? Was it new?



Yes it's new it's got 5 year guarantee but it's ex display it has 400 knocked off

49” 4k ...move along people nothing to see here

Jimmy.Bamling9 m ago

Yes it's new it's got 5 year guarantee but it's ex display it has 400 …Yes it's new it's got 5 year guarantee but it's ex display it has 400 knocked off


You are wrong and right, it has had £400 knocked off, but certainly not off the rrp which was originally £2,799. I would have bought it there and then to be honest, that's a beast of a TV. Loads of people got them for £1200 in the same condition as that one (ex display etc) and were very very happy. £799 is an insane deal. So the £400 has been knock off the already heavily reduced price.

Original Poster

MIDURIX1 m ago

You are wrong and right, it has had £400 knocked off, but certainly not …You are wrong and right, it has had £400 knocked off, but certainly not off the rrp which was originally £2,799. I would have bought it there and then to be honest, that's a beast of a TV. Loads of people got them for £1200 in the same condition as that one (ex display etc) and were very very happy. £799 is an insane deal. So the £400 has been knock off the already heavily reduced price.


Same here lol. Probably was at a Currys store somewhere?

On the Samsung site it says
QLED TVs below come with UBD-M9000 player, Planet Earth II and Everest Blu-ray

So you should get Everest also. More expensive tvs also get a better bluray player and possibly Amazing Spiderman 2

Bobbytallant4 m ago

Same here lol. Probably was at a Currys store somewhere?


The 65mu9000 is £2k at Currys and the older KS (if you get a good one without any screen banding etc, which a display model will most certainly be) is better really. So £799 is crazy. Might ring Currys tomorrow and find out if anywhere else has them, although my local (which is a huge shop) didn't have a single clearance TV.

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MIDURIX5 m ago

On the Samsung site it saysQLED TVs below come with UBD-M9000 player, …On the Samsung site it saysQLED TVs below come with UBD-M9000 player, Planet Earth II and Everest Blu-raySo you should get Everest also. More expensive tvs also get a better bluray player and possibly Amazing Spiderman 2


Correct yeah it comes with Planet Earth II and Everest Blu Ray. I'll update the OP cheers.

Jimmy.Bamling36 m ago

[Image] Anyone tell me about this Samsung 65 ks9000d for 799 with a 5 year …[Image] Anyone tell me about this Samsung 65 ks9000d for 799 with a 5 year guarentee was gunna get a Sony 55XE 7073 for 649 ,thanks


If you can handle the curve, that's a fantastic TV for the money. I'd have been very tempted too.

Bobbytallant9 m ago

Correct yeah it comes with Planet Earth II and Everest Blu Ray. I'll …Correct yeah it comes with Planet Earth II and Everest Blu Ray. I'll update the OP cheers.


Currys only says Planet Earth 2 tho, but Samsung should be right. I was looking at the 55mu7000 and though it looked a fair bit better than my h6400, but the 55"q7 just looked so impressive, actually preferred it to the OLED TVs. To me my h6400 had really good black levels and I don't really need them to be any better, it doesn't really add much to my enjoyment of movies, TV, gaming etc having things slightly blacker, but the vibrant colours and brightness of the q7 really do seem of greater benefit especially when lots of the use of the TV isn't going to be in a dark room where OLED sets benefit most.

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MIDURIX18 m ago

Currys only says Planet Earth 2 tho, but Samsung should be right. I was …Currys only says Planet Earth 2 tho, but Samsung should be right. I was looking at the 55mu7000 and though it looked a fair bit better than my h6400, but the 55"q7 just looked so impressive, actually preferred it to the OLED TVs. To me my h6400 had really good black levels and I don't really need them to be any better, it doesn't really add much to my enjoyment of movies, TV, gaming etc having things slightly blacker, but the vibrant colours and brightness of the q7 really do seem of greater benefit especially when lots of the use of the TV isn't going to be in a dark room where OLED sets benefit most.


I believe both the blu rays are contained in the same blu ray player bundle box yes.

Im with you, depends on your needs and preferences re OLED v QLED. I would personally prefer the extra brightness given its going in a bright living room.

Jimmy.Bamling59 m ago

[Image] Anyone tell me about this Samsung 65 ks9000d for 799 with a 5 year …[Image] Anyone tell me about this Samsung 65 ks9000d for 799 with a 5 year guarentee was gunna get a Sony 55XE 7073 for 649 ,thanks


Which store was this?

Jimmy.Bamling3 h, 13 m ago

[Image] Anyone tell me about this Samsung 65 ks9000d for 799 with a 5 year …[Image] Anyone tell me about this Samsung 65 ks9000d for 799 with a 5 year guarentee was gunna get a Sony 55XE 7073 for 649 ,thanks



That is a great deal, i would have got it tbh if it wasnt too big or curved. KS7000/8000/9000 is actually better than those over priced "Qled" TV in everyway except colour range. Its recommended to get the KS series over the Qled even at same price, and at the price is actually a huge bargain
Edited by: "sion22" 7th Oct

sion227 h, 13 m ago

That is a great deal, i would have got it tbh if it wasnt too big or …That is a great deal, i would have got it tbh if it wasnt too big or curved. KS7000/8000/9000 is actually better than those over priced "Qled" TV in everyway except colour range. Its recommended to get the KS series over the Qled even at same price, and at the price is actually a huge bargain


I though ks7000 was better than mu7000, but not better than q7. Doesn't seem to be as many reports of bad screen uniformity with mu range, but I agree that price for ks9000 is crazy.

MIDURIX3 h, 48 m ago

I though ks7000 was better than mu7000, but not better than q7. Doesn't …I though ks7000 was better than mu7000, but not better than q7. Doesn't seem to be as many reports of bad screen uniformity with mu range, but I agree that price for ks9000 is crazy.



Nop, its better than Q7, QLED is an over priced disappointment. you can read some review online,

If you're going to pay over £1k for a TV, you might aswell pay a bit more extra and get the B7 or C7 for £1800, OLED and far superior to these TV's.

BluesFanUK1 h, 15 m ago

If you're going to pay over £1k for a TV, you might aswell pay a bit more …If you're going to pay over £1k for a TV, you might aswell pay a bit more extra and get the B7 or C7 for £1800, OLED and far superior to these TV's.


Yeah, what's £600 here or there?

I went back and got the Samsung 65KS9000D this morning from Curry’snot a mark on it tbh had no stand & in bubble wrap no box which is no biggie & it came with a 5 year guarantee tho & a got £10 off with a online gift voucher thing so ended up paying £789 well happy with it

Saw this today side by side with a MU7000 as well as several others. I’d been tempted by last years KS8000 but side-by-side I didn’t think the 7000 looked that great at all. I was really disappointed. The only other set I was impressed by was the Sony XE9005

Donkey_Punch6th Oct

Yep just a normal LED TV i saw a one next to a Panasonic and a Sony …Yep just a normal LED TV i saw a one next to a Panasonic and a Sony OLED,Same old problems with a backlight,OLED is night and day better at colour rendering without a white backlight shining through,The rep tried to tell me all the problems with LED TV's had been solved with this TV,Don't forget you will never get the truth from a so called unbiased shop salesman,Use your own eyes, i saw straight away the picture was rubbish compared to a OLED TV,BUT this could well be the future, QLED will be able to be made far faster than OLED,And manufacturing can be ramped up faster on QLED V's OLED,QLED will have to significantly cheaper than OLED as it has the normal LED backlit issues,Hopefully there will be a price war, as £1200 for a 49" LED TV is quite expensive,But they will try and trick us into thinking this is a new type of OLED.

Screen burn is all I will say

Been £1200 at Richer Sounds for a little while, the beauty of the QLEDs is that they work with the pretty Samsung Stands, including their easel one. I wish other manufacturers would consider how the whole package looks!

I remember when Currys had a 65" KS9000 for £1099 brand new with a hotukdeals code.

Oh how I wish I had just bought it but we were doing up the living room at the time and she thought it would end up cheaper once the new models came out.

How wrong that was. The KS range from the 7000 upwards is like gold dust if you can get one.

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paulrwarner16th Oct

Screen burn is all I will say



what about it?

This is normally the comments from someone who forked out a few grand for a cleverly re-branded LCD . oops

Left my OLED on the same image for 5 days when i went on holiday and forgot to turn it off. and have OLED light set to 100%

No screen burn in at all, it's not an issue on modern sets, even with the pixel rotation set to off. Stll even if it did somehow get screen burn-in, it's a small price to pay for a far superior panel, saying that even LCD and CRT can get screen burn.
Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 21st Oct

Anyone got good calibration settings for this tv? I usually use avforums YouTube videos but not one out yet

crazy_b9 m ago

Anyone got good calibration settings for this tv? I usually use avforums …Anyone got good calibration settings for this tv? I usually use avforums YouTube videos but not one out yet


Every panel is different, you can get some success from calibration videos and the naked eye

However, you will usually make it worse by using someone elses settings, maybe wait for a video?
Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 21st Oct

Donkey_Punch6th Oct

Yep just a normal LED TV i saw a one next to a Panasonic and a Sony …Yep just a normal LED TV i saw a one next to a Panasonic and a Sony OLED,Same old problems with a backlight,OLED is night and day better at colour rendering without a white backlight shining through,The rep tried to tell me all the problems with LED TV's had been solved with this TV,Don't forget you will never get the truth from a so called unbiased shop salesman,Use your own eyes, i saw straight away the picture was rubbish compared to a OLED TV,BUT this could well be the future, QLED will be able to be made far faster than OLED,And manufacturing can be ramped up faster on QLED V's OLED,QLED will have to significantly cheaper than OLED as it has the normal LED backlit issues,Hopefully there will be a price war, as £1200 for a 49" LED TV is quite expensive,But they will try and trick us into thinking this is a new type of OLED.


Yes the wonders of oled. I didn't notice you mention burn in problems with oled. It's no use saying your tv hasn't got it Because it's irrelevant. You are literally playing Russian roulette with a oled tv. Pictures can be stunning but that's often ruined by images permanently burnt into your expensive panel. Your warranty won't cover repair and the tv is effectively useless. So look online at some of the horror stories. They aren't made up they are very real. Unless you have money to burn I'd steer clear of oled. Not all oled to are equal. Some get very poor reviews. Burn in is a major flaw with the technology and a very problem.

jayjayuk12346 h, 27 m ago

Every panel is different, you can get some success from calibration videos …Every panel is different, you can get some success from calibration videos and the naked eyeHowever, you will usually make it worse by using someone elses settings, maybe wait for a video?


I’ve had 6 Samsung’s in a row and everyone used online calibration settings , I always get near perfect colours. 55ks8000 is perfect using avforums YouTube video and so was my f9500

crazy_b7 h, 42 m ago

I’ve had 6 Samsung’s in a row and everyone used online calibration set …I’ve had 6 Samsung’s in a row and everyone used online calibration settings , I always get near perfect colours. 55ks8000 is perfect using avforums YouTube video and so was my f9500


How would you know without a colorimeter?

I have one, and i can tell you now the videos can only take you so far. You will never get accurate color representation by your eye and a video.

What you may think is near perfect will be miles off
Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 22nd Oct

paulrwarner16th Oct

Screen burn is all I will say


It is your money, but screen burn is not an issue,

I own an OLED so i know it is not an issue,

Yes i am aware of issues from other "owners", or fake reviewers,

I take all reviews with a pinch of salt i prefer to experience it myself,

I will never go back to LED tv's, never ever,

I would not waste money on a backlit TV,

The difference is night and day and i refuse to compromise on the quality of image i watch,

I would pay £4000 for a 55" OLED all day if i had to.

mark622617 h, 41 m ago

Yes the wonders of oled. I didn't notice you mention burn in problems with …Yes the wonders of oled. I didn't notice you mention burn in problems with oled. It's no use saying your tv hasn't got it Because it's irrelevant. You are literally playing Russian roulette with a oled tv. Pictures can be stunning but that's often ruined by images permanently burnt into your expensive panel. Your warranty won't cover repair and the tv is effectively useless. So look online at some of the horror stories. They aren't made up they are very real. Unless you have money to burn I'd steer clear of oled. Not all oled to are equal. Some get very poor reviews. Burn in is a major flaw with the technology and a very problem.


It just isn't a problem at all,

I own an OLED and guess what not even an issue,

We have to be careful on open forums don't be swayed by people who have no experience of a tv telling us there are big problems with OLED tv's, there are issues but not screen burn,

IT IS A NON ISSUE,

Pointless going over and over a problem that has been resolved, there are plenty of videos on you tube of the tv being left on a static image for 8 hours without screen burn,

Other manufacturers out there are paying people to write bad things about competitions tv's, so just be wary,

I will never ever buy another LED TV, they are old tech the image looks terrible with a white backlight shining through,

If you can't tell the difference then maybe you are just used to watching LED TV's,

I'm not sure if you are aware if you drive a car you may have an accident,

Is that a good reason not to drive a car.
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