Samsung QE55Q6FAM 55" QLED Ultra HD Premium HDR 1000 Smart TV £949.05 WITH CODE @ PRCdirect
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Samsung QE55Q6FAM 55" QLED Ultra HD Premium HDR 1000 Smart TV £949.05 WITH CODE @ PRCdirect

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Edited by:"MIDURIX"Found 23rd Nov
USE CODE BLACK5P - Thank you very much beaky for the code -

Can't believe the cheapest you could get a MU7000 was £999 just over a month ago.

Great tv for the price.

• Free 5 Year Warranty + Free 10 Year Screen Burn Warranty
• Claim £200 when you buy an All in One Samsung Soundbar
• Claim 3 months NOW TV Entertainment Pass

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This is a Mega Deal. Hot

How does the £200 claim on samsung soundbar work?

EDIT: found it on samsung website. purchase from same retailer on eligible products - send proof, get money back.
Edited by: "louist44" 23rd Nov

Great TV. Have some heat

Hughes has the same price.

Seems to being matched at other retailers too? Why is this so cheap? Is it rubbish??

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maj25099 m ago

This is a Mega Deal. Hot


It's weird though because I've seen the MU7000, 8000 and 9000 and thought they looked very very similar so not much point going for the 9000, whereas the Q7 (and a little bit the Q6) blow all three of them out of the water. Samsung however rate them in this order 7000 (2300), Q6 (2500), 8000 (2600), 9000 (2700), Q7 (3100). The numbers in brackets are the Picture Quality Index (PQI) made up by Samsung. I agree that the Q7 should be way above, but the Q6 shouldn't be slap bang in the middle of the 7000 and 9000. Anyway....

Can’t seem to find reviews and other sites only have the Q7 and Q8.

Not crapping on it, just wondering if anyone has anymore info.
Edited by: "Biddy2" 23rd Nov

What's the benefit of this over the MU7000?

Is the Sony xe9005 still better than this at similar price?

jtorry6 m ago

What's the benefit of this over the MU7000?


This is QLED........ still technically LCD of course

This is a very good deal.

nice

Use code BLACK5P for 5% off.

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beaky5 m ago

Use code BLACK5P for 5% off.


Have updated, thanks.

I would be all over this but need 60"+ really.

OLED is still the winner..

I’m really tempted, just can’t find any reviews on it.

Is this a mid range model. Sorry with tons of different models. I don't know which is what.

When I was searching earlier I found it only came onto the market Oct 2017 so I figured that's why the lack of reviews. Look like it's come in to be the entry level qled.

good deal ! definately getting a tv tomorrow

its either this at £950 ... mu7000 for £800...or go all out for Lg Oled at £1350?!!!

hoping for the Mu8000 to go onsale tomorrow

No reviews around because this is a new budget QLED model that's only recently been released.

However it'll suffer from the same problems as the other more expensive QLED models: side lighting with no local dimming (which is a pretty big issue for an upper end HDR set). Also seems like it has dynamic contrast that can't be turned off, I have this on my current TV and it is annoying as hell watching football and the screen constantly instantly switching between bright and dark modes.

The higher end ones have mixed reviews, this model is likely to be even worse in terms of brightness and features.

It's so annoying that Samsung knocked it out of the park with the KS7000 and up last year but have a mediocre line up this year that's more expensive.

Also saying on a usa site the panel is only 60hz, the 7000 is 120hz

marzy10015 m ago

good deal ! definately getting a tv tomorrowits either this at £950 ... …good deal ! definately getting a tv tomorrowits either this at £950 ... mu7000 for £800...or go all out for Lg Oled at £1350?!!! hoping for the Mu8000 to go onsale tomorrow


I'm in the same boat.

Really want a <£1200 LG OLED but the MU7000 deal and this one are decent...but only a few hundred short of OLED money.

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marzy10018 m ago

good deal ! definately getting a tv tomorrowits either this at £950 ... …good deal ! definately getting a tv tomorrowits either this at £950 ... mu7000 for £800...or go all out for Lg Oled at £1350?!!! hoping for the Mu8000 to go onsale tomorrow


Mu8000 is £1k on this site also, look on here for the deal using a £100 off code.

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john3067 m ago

Also saying on a usa site the panel is only 60hz, the 7000 is 120hz


Don't look at usa models because they are different, some have a completely different type of panel.

Shame you can't move the legs to be more in the centre

MIDURIX3 m ago

Don't look at usa models because they are different, some have a …Don't look at usa models because they are different, some have a completely different type of panel.



True but nothing uk showing up for this TV, strange. And I cant find what panel from Samsung website

Going by my memory, so please don't quote me on this, this set was deficient enough in one area that it didn't make my shortlist. It was something like it is quantum dot, but isn't 10bit. Or some other weird combination of not greatness, you'd think shouldn't really exist.

The MU8000 is 10bit, but not Quantum Dot so it's the other way around. It meets most of the Ultra HD Premium specs, expect brightness. It's only 600 nit.

gingerbenmcd31 m ago

Shame you can't move the legs to be more in the centre


Such a hideous impractical design. It really needs to die off quickly.

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MSK.16 m ago

Such a hideous impractical design. It really needs to die off quickly.


Suppose it means the TV will be balanced better, but you should still be able to move them in a bit.

jUsT2eXy55 m ago

I'm in the same boat.Really want a <£1200 LG OLED but the MU7000 deal and …I'm in the same boat.Really want a <£1200 LG OLED but the MU7000 deal and this one are decent...but only a few hundred short of OLED money.


its a nightmare. too much choice! were is the lg oled 1200? cheapest ive seen is 1350?

MIDURIX54 m ago

Mu8000 is £1k on this site also, look on here for the deal using a £100 o …Mu8000 is £1k on this site also, look on here for the deal using a £100 off code.



which code for 100 off the 55inch version? done a quick search and cant find anything. can you give me a link please? cheers

marzy10011 m ago

its a nightmare. too much choice! were is the lg oled 1200? cheapest ive …its a nightmare. too much choice! were is the lg oled 1200? cheapest ive seen is 1350?


Sorry, I meant that I'll bite at sub £1200 on the OLED front.

Yeah, cheapest so far has been £1350
Edited by: "jUsT2eXy" 23rd Nov

MIDURIX14 m ago

Suppose it means the TV will be balanced better, but you should still be …Suppose it means the TV will be balanced better, but you should still be able to move them in a bit.


If I recall correctly, there were two positions on the KS7000 on the 55 inch, but not on the 49. If this doesn't have that, it's a bit silly.

currys had it at 1350 and you could get a further 100 back through topcashback. offer didnt last long though and I want a 5 year warranty for peace of mind

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marzy10018 m ago

which code for 100 off the 55inch version? done a quick search and cant …which code for 100 off the 55inch version? done a quick search and cant find anything. can you give me a link please? cheers


prcdirect.co.uk/sam…D=U
Code is written on that page BLACK100

MIDURIX10 m ago

http://www.prcdirect.co.uk/samsung-ue55mu8000-55-mu8000-4k-uhd-hdr-1000-smart-tv.html?___SID=UCode is written on that page BLACK100


nice one. thats top deal so far for me! will see if the lg oled goes sub 1300 anywere with a decent warranty tomorrow and if not going for this
Edited by: "marzy100" 23rd Nov

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The 950 top of the line 65" LG led almost had my money at £1.5k earlier this week. Just need something similar at £1400 and I think I'll bite.

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marzy1002 m ago

nice one. thats top deal so far for me! will see if the hotel goes sub …nice one. thats top deal so far for me! will see if the hotel goes sub 1300 anywere with a decent warranty tomorrow and if not going for this


I think Q6 has the wow factor due to QLED, but 8000 will have better blacks and general picture quality, but only by the slightest amount.
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