Samsung QE65Q6FAM 65 inch Special Edition QLED 4K TV £1214.10 with code FACEBOOK inc. 5 yr protection plan @ Crampton and Moore
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Samsung QE65Q6FAM 65 inch Special Edition QLED 4K TV £1214.10 with code FACEBOOK inc. 5 yr protection plan @ Crampton and Moore

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Found 29th Jul
2017 QLED Q6.

I'm assuming the protection plan is the same as a warranty but you might want to clarify before buying.

Only 2 left in stock at time of posting.

Btw the code FACEBOOK giving 10% off is currently working for anything from the Crampton and Moore website. Thanks to kpmatthews for sharing the code in another post.
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Is QLED better than OLED?
Rastafari2 m ago

Is QLED better than OLED?


No
Rastafari4 m ago

Is QLED better than OLED?


Yes
Rastafari6 m ago

Is QLED better than OLED?



Maybe
Rastafari3 m ago

Oh, well I'm glad we cleared that up.


Oled is better viewing angles and blacks. Apparently there isn’t slot in it though if placed side by side. Good price though for a 65 inch 4K tv with 5 year warranty
Rastafari2 h, 0 m ago

Is QLED better than OLED?


Depends what you want from a TV

OLED has better black levels, contrast, viewing angles & generally better response times for gaming and colour accuracy out of the box.

QLED has better peak brightness in HDR and doesn't suffer from image retention to the same degree as OLED (though reports differ wildly as to the extent it effects OLED)

Motion handling is mostly dependant on what hardware is deployed inside the TV.

If I were to choose, I'd go with OLED.
Being a Plasma owner for years I couldn't settle for the disadvantages of any LED tech (which includes QLED) I like my blacks inky, my colours accurate and my viewing angles greater than the width of a razor blade.
Edited by: "BirchieBirch" 30th Jul
Rastafari20 m ago

Is QLED better than OLED?


QLED is simply existing technologies with a purer colour spectrum of light source. A small improvement. OLED is a fundamentally different technology, where each pixel produces light independently. So it is capable of absolute blacks (eg no light whatsoever).
So in summary, OLED is superior to QLED. QLED is just a stop-gap to improve existing tech, until OLED takes over and makes it obselete.
Rastafari21 m ago

Is QLED better than OLED?


Both have their positives but the main difference is OLED is better as they use smaller diodes to light each individual pixel. QLED illuminate clusters of pixels.


I have the above Q6F in 55" great TV for the cost, OLED in this size would be double the cost also.
This is the 'budget' QLED model from last years range. Should be comparable to the high end MU models in terms of quality and features. Not as good as OLED but you don't get the same burn in risk.

This would be a great Gaming TV with the ultra low input lag and the useful breakout box that means you'll only have a single cable going down from your TV and you can connect to the box without needing to get around the TV (they inexplicably dropped this from this years TVs).
Rastafari23 m ago

Is QLED better than OLED?


I'd say if you'll mostly be watching in a dark environment get an OLED, but if you're watching in a brightly lit room get a QLED. I've got an OLED and yes the black levels are amazing, but it's really not very bright at all. HDR is barely noticeable because the peak brightness is so low. I think they even redefined the "UHD Premium" badge specially for OLED because the screens simply aren't bright enough!
I got one from John Lewis (and got some cashback from their price promise around a month ago) and it's a great TV, I can't really complain. As others said, the HDR is much better on this TV than OLED.
The one connect box is brilliant, you will have only two cables to take care of (especially if you put the TV on the wall as me!).
Edited by: "r4w80" 30th Jul
I have the latest Samsung QLED and in my opinion it’s better than an OLED, yes, the deep blacks may not be as good and also if you view at an angle it’s not great, but the positives out way the negatives, like one of the previous people said, the HDR doesn’t pop as much because of the brightness advantage of the QLED, then there’s the obvious Screen burn/retention issue that does happen over long periods of time and finally there’s the gaming mode, minimum lag input which is important if you game a lot
Rastafari44 m ago

Is QLED better than OLED?


Yes love mine.Nearly bought an oled but the picture is so dark and can't compare to qled.I watch alot of sport and movies so qled is better for me.Go for it you won't be disappointed.
Edited by: "muckspreader1" 30th Jul
abigsmurf1 h, 50 m ago

This is the 'budget' QLED model from last years range. Should be …This is the 'budget' QLED model from last years range. Should be comparable to the high end MU models in terms of quality and features. Not as good as OLED but you don't get the same burn in risk. This would be a great Gaming TV with the ultra low input lag and the useful breakout box that means you'll only have a single cable going down from your TV and you can connect to the box without needing to get around the TV (they inexplicably dropped this from this years TVs).


This is a quantum dot display above the 2017 MU range and far above anything in this years NU range.
Edited by: "i_need_bargains" 30th Jul
I bought this TV 2wks ago, was £60 more... can’t fault it. Looked at loads of TV’s, needed a 65”... went for this one in the end as the picture is really good, sound it’s decent, liked the style of it and the menus/controls are really good and fast.
I like it but just cant stop looking at the B7 LG 65 OLED or the QLED 7F 75"
bargainbill32 m ago

Not yet


The top end QLED Q9FN would be comparable in terms of picture quality to OLED with both having advantages over each other in certain areas. But the Q9FN is comparatively more expensive to the LG OLEDC8.
Sold out
NitrousUK2 h, 24 m ago

QLED is simply existing technologies with a purer colour spectrum of light …QLED is simply existing technologies with a purer colour spectrum of light source. A small improvement. OLED is a fundamentally different technology, where each pixel produces light independently. So it is capable of absolute blacks (eg no light whatsoever).So in summary, OLED is superior to QLED. QLED is just a stop-gap to improve existing tech, until OLED takes over and makes it obselete.


I think we learned from Betamax that price wins over superior technology.

Companies exist to make money and the profits in LED/QLED are simply higher as they are much cheaper to produce than OLED, selling far more units.
Edited by: "gg1pl" 30th Jul
Just returned a LG 65C8 OLED really wasn’t impressed apart from black levels.
rizel235 m ago

Just returned a LG 65C8 OLED really wasn’t impressed apart from black l …Just returned a LG 65C8 OLED really wasn’t impressed apart from black levels.


Too dark?
Rastafari3 h, 6 m ago

Is QLED better than OLED?


It's subjective. QLED is just a marketting term for LCD however it's leaps a leap and bounds improvment over general LCD/LED screens out there. I chose QLED over OLED as you get an average increase of 10inches over OLED over the same price and the brightness and colours are incredible. OLED is nice too but I have a very naturally bright living room where QLED works better. If I had a dark cost cinema room I'd probably opt for OLED. Either way you're looking at two of the finest TV technologies around.
gg1pl39 m ago

I think we learned from Betamax that price wins over superior technology. …I think we learned from Betamax that price wins over superior technology. Companies exist to make money and the profits in LED/QLED are simply higher as they are much cheaper to produce than OLED, selling far more units.


The coming take-over of OLED is when they figure out how to produce it for less, which is inevitable.
Good summary of the whole QLED vs OLED thing:
wired.co.uk/art…led
r4w803 h, 5 m ago

I got one from John Lewis (and got some cashback from their price promise …I got one from John Lewis (and got some cashback from their price promise around a month ago) and it's a great TV, I can't really complain. As others said, the HDR is much better on this TV than OLED.The one connect box is brilliant, you will have only two cables to take care of (especially if you put the TV on the wall as me!).


I’m hoping they push the One Connect box again as it would solve my wall mount problems. Currently got a big bundle of cables running through a 30mm hole in the side of the chimney breast
Bossworld14 m ago

I’m hoping they push the One Connect box again as it would solve my wall m …I’m hoping they push the One Connect box again as it would solve my wall mount problems. Currently got a big bundle of cables running through a 30mm hole in the side of the chimney breast


Couldn't agree more.I have the Q9 and the KS9000 and both have the single connect box.Brilliant idea that works well no clutter.I prefer the picture on my KS9000 more then any other TV I've seen.So bright and colourful bit darks are affect by the white screen ghosting now a days again but it dosent bother considering how much going and sports I watch.
i_need_bargains4 h, 12 m ago

The top end QLED Q9FN would be comparable in terms of picture quality to …The top end QLED Q9FN would be comparable in terms of picture quality to OLED with both having advantages over each other in certain areas. But the Q9FN is comparatively more expensive to the LG OLEDC8.


Until the QLED pixels are self illuminating you won't see an LED screen better on OLED in viewing angles and contrast. I'm not a fan of OLED either, it's fantastic when it's new but it's too much of an unknown quantity in terms of what the display will look like 5 years down the line with heavy use as the pixels decay with use.

For me it's simple for now, the only compelling reason to upgrade is for 4k, which I don't have an option of viewing with my regular TV habits very often and I'll stick them on a 4k projector on the odd occasion I do so I've decided to stick with 1080p plasma for the time being until either the LG OLEDs prove their long term durability or samsung nail self illuminating LED pixels.
Edited by: "bargainbill" 30th Jul
bargainbill33 m ago

Until the QLED pixels are self illuminating you won't see an LED screen …Until the QLED pixels are self illuminating you won't see an LED screen better on OLED in viewing angles and contrast. I'm not a fan of OLED either, it's fantastic when it's new but it's too much of an unknown quantity in terms of what the display will look like 5 years down the line with heavy use as the pixels decay with use.For me it's simple for now, the only compelling reason to upgrade is for 4k, which I don't have an option of viewing with my regular TV habits very often and I'll stick them on a 4k projector on the odd occasion I do so I've decided to stick with 1080p plasma for the time being until either the LG OLEDs prove their long term durability or samsung nail self illuminating LED pixels.


Samsung have to a degree with MicroLED but that tech won't be at a comsumer friendly price for at least 5 years, probably more. Exciting tech though and has the potential to outperform OLED with none of the disadvantages.
Seen both in showrooms, personally just waiting for the perfect OLED 65" or bigger, hopefully around black friday we'll see some for around £1500 then I'll bite, how much do you think I'll get for a old 60" 1080p?
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