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3479242.jpgUNIQUE DESIGN

Personalise your TV and let it complement your living space with a completely stylish stand design. The uniquely styled Samsung Tower Stand transforms your QLED TV design to create a sleek statement piece for any modern living space.

EASY SWIVEL

Whether you want to watch TV from the sofa or the arm chair wide right the Samsung Tower Stand can swivel towards where you are sitting. The stand swivels by 35 degrees meaning that you can angle the TV towards you and then neatly push it back to its original position. Perfect for any seating position.

HIDDEN CABLES

Avoid clutter with cables concealed within the stand leg. Gone is the clutter of multiple cables connecting to the TV. With both cables feeding through the stand leg you can ensure your living space is kept clean, clear and clutter free.

Special offers
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• Use voucher code 20JUN100 to receive £100 off
Samsung’s Q90R QLED TV lets you experience pixel-perfect contrast and captivating colour in all conditions, and receive personalised suggestions for what to watch next. Ambient Mode turns the screen into a decorative feature, displaying customisable content, and can blend the TV into its surroundings.* See nothing but the picture, with the freedom to place your TV where you want with just One Near-Invisible Cable, and control all compatible devices with One Premium Remote Control. And you can access a world of online entertainment via Samsung's Smart Hub and interact by voice with the Bixby Voice Assistant.

Direct Full Array Elite
Exceptional viewing in all conditions with precise, pin-sharp contrast across the whole screen.

Quantum Processor 4K
This TV adapts to give you the optimum 4K picture, targeted sound and personalised TV recommendations.

HDR 2000
HDR deepens your view and shows shades previously unseen in home entertainment. Expanding light, dark and every colour in between to extraordinary new levels, this model's picture gets closer to real life. With HDR 2000, the supreme brightness levels of QLED technology enables you to experience the full potential of the latest HDR standards.

4K Ultra High Definition
This 55” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p Full HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail. And UHD upscaling increases the clarity of non-4K content.

Features:

100% Colour Volume: utilising quantum dot technology, QLED takes light and turns it into breath-taking colour. 100% colour volume is achieved (DCI-P3 standard measure), for a realistic picture of rich, authentic colour of over a billion hues.

Ambient Mode: removing the blank screen, the QLED can blend into the room with decorative, useful and customisable content.*

Game Enhancer: stay one step ahead of the competition with picture and sound that adapts as fast as you game.

Ultra Viewing Angle: for a perfect picture, wherever you sit.

Anti-Reflection with Ultra Black Elite: See nothing but the purest picture with Samsung's critically acclaimed anti-reflective screen.

Adaptive Sound: the audio adapts to suit both the content of what you’re watching, and the acoustics of the room.

Premium One Remote Control: in a metallic finish, control all of your compatible devices and content for seamless multitasking.
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Anyone got this already HDR 2000 must be bright as hell
John Lewis price match and you get a £100 gift card In addition.
Edited by: "markdavey1972" 5th Jun
Q950R is the flagship.
Shinobei05/06/2020 22:02

Anyone got this already HDR 2000 must be bright as hell


I’ve got a C9 and that’s bloody bright especially in a dark room...wouldn’t need to have the light on at 2000 haha
markdavey197205/06/2020 22:21

John Lewis price match and you get a £100 gift card In addition.


But will you get the free gravity stand?
5Rivers7905/06/2020 22:47

Q950R is the flagship.


there is not a q95, theirs a q85, this is trhe top end samsung of 2019
markdavey197205/06/2020 22:21

John Lewis price match and you get a £100 gift card In addition.


I will be going for this one and purchasing with e gift card at 6% discount for £72 off from gift cloud. Works out around £1072 if included the £200 worth of gift cards back .
Just committed today to the Samsung QE75Q90R..... can’t wait to get rid of my LG OLED and their appalling customer service!
replicant6905/06/2020 23:16

Just committed today to the Samsung QE75Q90R..... can’t wait to get rid of …Just committed today to the Samsung QE75Q90R..... can’t wait to get rid of my LG OLED and their appalling customer service!


Good luck with Samsung's
rickj05/06/2020 23:27

Good luck with Samsung's


Can’t be worse than LG and their shocking OLED sets.... hence I’m happy to pay £1000 more NOT to have LG OLED...... says enough. In all fairness, not exact comparison vs price point.

Either way, each to their own. I don’t believe any of them offer top customer service, thankfully Richersounds are my go to company to shop with.
Edited by: "replicant69" 5th Jun
replicant6905/06/2020 23:16

Just committed today to the Samsung QE75Q90R..... can’t wait to get rid of …Just committed today to the Samsung QE75Q90R..... can’t wait to get rid of my LG OLED and their appalling customer service!



Can you comment on why you are going from OLED to QLED?
My understanding is that the image quality on the OLED will be superior, unless you need a super bright screen.
To me OLED -> QLED seems like a step down, but hearing your opinion would be interesting.
Is it just the customer service? What about image quality?
Edited by: "sunama" 5th Jun
I think their is also £300 cashback from Samsung with current promotion, please someone confirm.
I would never recommend buying a Samsung tv given the nightmares I had with the network failures. It stops detecting WiFi network. But anything but Samsung. If you don’t believe google Samsung tv WiFi connectivity problems before buying.
Hotnotspicy05/06/2020 23:32

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Ah thought we was just talking 4k, at the moment no point getting 8k as no content for it
Beware PRC - terrible aftersales support if something goes wrong - insta fob off to the manufacturer.
replicant6905/06/2020 23:34

Can’t be worse than LG and their shocking OLED sets.... hence I’m happy to …Can’t be worse than LG and their shocking OLED sets.... hence I’m happy to pay £1000 more NOT to have LG OLED...... says enough. In all fairness, not exact comparison vs price point.Either way, each to their own. I don’t believe any of them offer top customer service, thankfully Richersounds are my go to company to shop with.


Genuine question as tryng to decide on holding out for a LED FALD mid-range TV @ £700, or stumping the extra £400 for OLED.
What is so bad about the LG OLED sets? Is it an LG thing, OLED as a whole?
252Scooby_05/06/2020 23:11

I will be going for this one and purchasing with e gift card at 6% …I will be going for this one and purchasing with e gift card at 6% discount for £72 off from gift cloud. Works out around £1072 if included the £200 worth of gift cards back .


How do you go about getting the 6% off please..
I have a price match waiting
Northerndave06/06/2020 00:12

Genuine question as tryng to decide on holding out for a LED FALD …Genuine question as tryng to decide on holding out for a LED FALD mid-range TV @ £700, or stumping the extra £400 for OLED.What is so bad about the LG OLED sets? Is it an LG thing, OLED as a whole?


Nothing wrong with OLED, there is the screen burn issue, but seriously unless you have sky news on all day with back light on 100% its not an issue, I own both OLED and an Flagship LCD and the OLED cannot be beat on picture quality, I had an issue with my OLED a line of dead pixels appeared LG fixed it within 7 days by giving me a brand new panel, 6 months outside of the warranty period too.
replicant6905/06/2020 23:34

Can’t be worse than LG and their shocking OLED sets.... hence I’m happy to …Can’t be worse than LG and their shocking OLED sets.... hence I’m happy to pay £1000 more NOT to have LG OLED...... says enough. In all fairness, not exact comparison vs price point.Either way, each to their own. I don’t believe any of them offer top customer service, thankfully Richersounds are my go to company to shop with.


Never delt direct with manufacturers as warranty contract is with retailers in most cases .Owned 3 oled and only problem was a power unit in year 3 in which TV was fully refunded .
If you are blaming LG for shocking oled sets you might as well Inc Panasonic ,Sony , Philips who all use LG panels .
Great price for the TV, though don’t see the need for the free stand, unless need to swivel the TV, in which case it’s priceless as TV is very heavy and firmly grips the surface it sits on ... Q90 dark metal stand perfectly suits the TV, whereas this free silver one does not ... Q90 has the one connect box, so it’s single very thin cable is already concealed by the Q90 stand, so no need for the free stand to “Avoid clutter with cables concealed within the stand leg. Gone is the clutter of multiple cables connecting to the TV”
gopolog8605/06/2020 23:11

there is not a q95, theirs a q85, this is trhe top end samsung of 2019


There is a q950r.....it's Samsung's 8k TV......the q90 is Samsung's 4k flagship
Edited by: "BigJmac1982" 6th Jun
SJ14105/06/2020 22:59

I’ve got a C9 and that’s bloody bright especially in a dark roo …I’ve got a C9 and that’s bloody bright especially in a dark room...wouldn’t need to have the light on at 2000 haha


I have the 2 years older C7, and it's bright as hell in a dark room too lol. Unless you plan on doing most of your TV watching in a room with bright sunlight shining in all day, nits are not that important.
sab06/06/2020 00:14

How do you go about getting the 6% off please..I have a price match waiting


Because I’m Greene king staff there are lots of benefits like gift cards from many stores , but sure other companies do similar benefits progra
sunama05/06/2020 23:38

Can you comment on why you are going from OLED to QLED?My understanding is …Can you comment on why you are going from OLED to QLED?My understanding is that the image quality on the OLED will be superior, unless you need a super bright screen.To me OLED -> QLED seems like a step down, but hearing your opinion would be interesting.Is it just the customer service? What about image quality?



Short version is the treatment from LG. After my OLED dying after only 10 months the LG engineer replaced all boards to get it working again. I then questioned what I thought was screen burn but was confirmed as screen uniformity issues. LG do not care, do not want to know. So everything I own LG I am getting rid of now, not that they care as after all I’m a single customer who has only spent around 10k with them over the years.

Richersounds are now dealing with this. However even they got push back from LG. After sending the pictures LG confirmed screen uniformity is normal and this is to be expected.

THIS IS WHAT LG CLASS AND CONFIRMED IS NORMAL ON THEIR OLED TVS......


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So honestly, on a new TV having spent £2k would you settle or be happy with this?
This is ONLY part of the issue I’ve had with this purchase and LG.

Now to answer your question a bit more. Image (when not smudging as shown above) is awesome. I can’t fault that, picture quality etc stunning. However, again, if something like this happens to you LG will say this is normal.

This is my personal experience and my battle. Richersounds have been great but it still comes at a cost to me, however one I’m willing to make to get away from LG.
QLED is still amazing, look at this review for example -


OLED does give a stunning picture, not knocking that.... but as you can see above I’m not willing to go through this again personally. Each to their own, and I’m in no doubt you would buy one, love it, and have no issues, but be mindful if you do you’re on your own (unless purchased from Richersounds) which I would recommend for extra piece of mind.
Edited by: "replicant69" 6th Jun
sunama05/06/2020 23:38

Can you comment on why you are going from OLED to QLED?My understanding is …Can you comment on why you are going from OLED to QLED?My understanding is that the image quality on the OLED will be superior, unless you need a super bright screen.To me OLED -> QLED seems like a step down, but hearing your opinion would be interesting.Is it just the customer service? What about image quality?


The Q90R is very similar picture quality wise to OLED. Each is better in different areas so it's down to personal preference so read the reviews and decide what's best for you. For example HDR is better on the Q90R, but if you are a serious gamer I would go for a C9.
rickj06/06/2020 00:37

Never delt direct with manufacturers as warranty contract is with …Never delt direct with manufacturers as warranty contract is with retailers in most cases .Owned 3 oled and only problem was a power unit in year 3 in which TV was fully refunded .If you are blaming LG for shocking oled sets you might as well Inc Panasonic ,Sony , Philips who all use LG panels .


Partly true. First 12 months warranty is direct with the manufacturer, I called Richersounds with my issue and was referred to LG as they could not help until 12 months had passed. Apparently this is normal, not just LG.

Not blaming LG for shocking sets, blaming them for selling something with a defect which they class as acceptable and normal. If handled differently we wouldn’t be discussing now, but to dismiss all the issues (including missing remote) is just damn right poor. To say they have no managers in customer service, is just a lie! To then say management do not respond to customers is appalling, never heard anything like it. So I’m only reporting my factual experience. I absolutely agree, if you get one with no issues I’m sure amazing! Mine when not on a grey picture is stunning, but when greys show and those big smudges show a different story.
Northerndave06/06/2020 00:12

Genuine question as tryng to decide on holding out for a LED FALD …Genuine question as tryng to decide on holding out for a LED FALD mid-range TV @ £700, or stumping the extra £400 for OLED.What is so bad about the LG OLED sets? Is it an LG thing, OLED as a whole?


Bit of both.
See above, you will probably be fine and love your purchase of an OLED, most are. Mine is an LG thing, but if they say the above is normal on OLEDS then surely it can effect anyone. However it’s how it’s handled (or in my case dismissed) that will make a difference.
I would buy an OLED again, BUT better prepared and want to avoid LG. However it’s all still raw at the moment as this has been ongoing for a year since reporting to LG.
Edited by: "replicant69" 6th Jun
replicant6906/06/2020 09:21

Short version is the treatment from LG. After my OLED dying after only 10 …Short version is the treatment from LG. After my OLED dying after only 10 months the LG engineer replaced all boards to get it working again. I then questioned what I thought was screen burn but was confirmed as screen uniformity issues. LG do not care, do not want to know. So everything I own LG I am getting rid of now, not that they care as after all I’m a single customer who has only spent around 10k with them over the years.Richersounds are now dealing with this. However even they got push back from LG. After sending the pictures LG confirmed screen uniformity is normal and this is to be expected.THIS IS WHAT LG CLASS AND CONFIRMED IS NORMAL ON THEIR OLED TVS......[Image] [Image] [Image] [Image] So honestly, on a new TV having spent £2k would you settle or be happy with this?This is ONLY part of the issue I’ve had with this purchase and LG.Now to answer your question a bit more. Image (when not smudging as shown above) is awesome. I can’t fault that, picture quality etc stunning. However, again, if something like this happens to you LG will say this is normal.This is my personal experience and my battle. Richersounds have been great but it still comes at a cost to me, however one I’m willing to make to get away from LG.QLED is still amazing, look at this review for example - [Video] OLED does give a stunning picture, not knocking that.... but as you can see above I’m not willing to go through this again personally. Each to their own, and I’m in no doubt you would buy one, love it, and have no issues, but be mindful if you do you’re on your own (unless purchased from Richersounds) which I would recommend for extra piece of mind.


That uniformity can be fixed, by pixel refreshing and running noise reduction on high for a week , it will still be there but greatly reduced.. think yourself lucky though look at what i was given after a repair.


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This was replaced immediately after i posted these photos to them though and much better uniformity, the reality is you only see this at 2-5% grey (like xbox settings screen) its rarely seen otherwise, that is why LG call it normal.
replicant6906/06/2020 09:36

Bit of both. See above, you will probably be fine and love your purchase …Bit of both. See above, you will probably be fine and love your purchase of an OLED, most are. Mine is an LG thing, but if they say the above is normal on OLEDS then surely it can effect anyone. However it’s how it’s handled (or in my case dismissed) that will make a difference.I would buy an OLED again, BUT better prepared and want to avoid LG. However it’s all still raw at the moment as this has been ongoing for a year since reporting to LG.


Thanks for coming back with a comprehensive description of events, I can see why you would be upset with LG. That screen uniformity is shocking.
Edited by: "Northerndave" 6th Jun
replicant6906/06/2020 09:32

Partly true. First 12 months warranty is direct with the manufacturer, I …Partly true. First 12 months warranty is direct with the manufacturer, I called Richersounds with my issue and was referred to LG as they could not help until 12 months had passed. Apparently this is normal, not just LG. Not blaming LG for shocking sets, blaming them for selling something with a defect which they class as acceptable and normal. If handled differently we wouldn’t be discussing now, but to dismiss all the issues (including missing remote) is just damn right poor. To say they have no managers in customer service, is just a lie! To then say management do not respond to customers is appalling, never heard anything like it. So I’m only reporting my factual experience. I absolutely agree, if you get one with no issues I’m sure amazing! Mine when not on a grey picture is stunning, but when greys show and those big smudges show a different story.



Actually it is the opposite, under UK law the retailer is required to handle the warranty for the first 12 months, after that it is the manufacturer unless the retailer offers extended warranty. It is pretty common for retailers to try and fob you off on the manufacturer, but you should always insist on dealing with the retailer as they should deal with the issue even if it requires them issuing a replacement and then they can deal with the manufacturer in their own time.

PS you can also use your credit cards insurance to remedy a lot of issues as well.
Edited by: "smckirdy" 6th Jun
MrSprkle06/06/2020 11:35

That uniformity can be fixed, by pixel refreshing and running noise …That uniformity can be fixed, by pixel refreshing and running noise reduction on high for a week , it will still be there but greatly reduced.. think yourself lucky though look at what i was given after a repair.[Image] This was replaced immediately after i posted these photos to them though and much better uniformity, the reality is you only see this at 2-5% grey (like xbox settings screen) its rarely seen otherwise, that is why LG call it normal.


Thanks for the reply.
I use my tv very mixed, a lot of Xbox followed by films. The Xbox games I play this uniformity is very noticeable! To me it’s not acceptable on a £2k tv!!
At least you offered a solution to try, LG just dismiss it all......

Shocking what you got back, absolutely shocking!
Edited by: "replicant69" 6th Jun
smckirdy06/06/2020 12:24

Actually it is the opposite, under UK law the retailer is required to …Actually it is the opposite, under UK law the retailer is required to handle the warranty for the first 12 months, after that it is the manufacturer unless the retailer offers extended warranty. It is pretty common for retailers to try and fob you off on the manufacturer, but you should always insist on dealing with the retailer as they should deal with the issue even if it requires them issuing a replacement and then they can deal with the manufacturer in their own time.PS you can also use your credit cards insurance to remedy a lot of issues as well.


I was told the opposite by Richersounds and LG. However you’re not the first to say this. The whole experience I’ve learned a lot.

Hopefully my Samsung will blow me away..... it wants too for the price!
replicant6906/06/2020 13:04

I was told the opposite by Richersounds and LG. However you’re not the f …I was told the opposite by Richersounds and LG. However you’re not the first to say this. The whole experience I’ve learned a lot.Hopefully my Samsung will blow me away..... it wants too for the price!



They would, but the law trumps whatever they say, when pushed they always back off. tradingstandardsblog.co.uk/who…rer

To be honest I'm sure it will be fine, TVs and any expensive electronics is mostly just a lottery, that being said I've had worse than you described from LG from Samsung. It's why I now pick my retailers with more care and generally am happy to pay a bit extra for a better retailer and I'll tend to go in order Costco, JL, RS in order of customer care and will never buy from Curry's. And always buy with a credit card as the insurance will cover you and nobody fights with Visa and Mastercard.
gopolog8605/06/2020 23:11

there is not a q95, theirs a q85, this is trhe top end samsung of 2019


Incorrect, the Q950r is the top end Samsung of 2019.
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MrSprkle06/06/2020 00:29

Nothing wrong with OLED, there is the screen burn issue, but seriously …Nothing wrong with OLED, there is the screen burn issue, but seriously unless you have sky news on all day with back light on 100% its not an issue, I own both OLED and an Flagship LCD and the OLED cannot be beat on picture quality, I had an issue with my OLED a line of dead pixels appeared LG fixed it within 7 days by giving me a brand new panel, 6 months outside of the warranty period too.


The newer OLED aren't really affected with screen burn now.
5Rivers7906/06/2020 20:32

Incorrect, the Q950r is the top end Samsung of 2019.[Image]


Yeah we covered that awhile ago
ayeworld06/06/2020 22:29

The newer OLED aren't really affected with screen burn now.


Well they have better software to deal with it, logo luminescence etc.. anything post 2017 (8 series) should be better at dealing with it, but I am not leaving mine on CNN all day lol
replicant6905/06/2020 23:16

Just committed today to the Samsung QE75Q90R..... can’t wait to get rid of …Just committed today to the Samsung QE75Q90R..... can’t wait to get rid of my LG OLED and their appalling customer service!


Yep LG is none existant .Welcome to Samsung you'll love the q90
replicant6906/06/2020 09:21

Short version is the treatment from LG. After my OLED dying after only 10 …Short version is the treatment from LG. After my OLED dying after only 10 months the LG engineer replaced all boards to get it working again. I then questioned what I thought was screen burn but was confirmed as screen uniformity issues. LG do not care, do not want to know. So everything I own LG I am getting rid of now, not that they care as after all I’m a single customer who has only spent around 10k with them over the years.Richersounds are now dealing with this. However even they got push back from LG. After sending the pictures LG confirmed screen uniformity is normal and this is to be expected.THIS IS WHAT LG CLASS AND CONFIRMED IS NORMAL ON THEIR OLED TVS......[Image] [Image] [Image] [Image] So honestly, on a new TV having spent £2k would you settle or be happy with this?This is ONLY part of the issue I’ve had with this purchase and LG.Now to answer your question a bit more. Image (when not smudging as shown above) is awesome. I can’t fault that, picture quality etc stunning. However, again, if something like this happens to you LG will say this is normal.This is my personal experience and my battle. Richersounds have been great but it still comes at a cost to me, however one I’m willing to make to get away from LG.QLED is still amazing, look at this review for example - [Video] OLED does give a stunning picture, not knocking that.... but as you can see above I’m not willing to go through this again personally. Each to their own, and I’m in no doubt you would buy one, love it, and have no issues, but be mindful if you do you’re on your own (unless purchased from Richersounds) which I would recommend for extra piece of mind.


Working in mobile retail for 12 years I've never seen so many phones with screen burn and all were LG oled panels.Put me off LG for life and also the brightness on them is terrible.
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