Samsung QLED QE55Q6 £849 with code JAN50 + 10 FREE 4K UHD Movies @ Hughes
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Samsung QLED QE55Q6 £849 with code JAN50 + 10 FREE 4K UHD Movies @ Hughes

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Found 4th Jan
I recently purchased myself for £900 and am impressed with the upgrade from my 7 year old Bravia - A 'budget' 10bit 4k TV for those who can't justify the additional £'s for OLED.

Also get 10 UHD movies - see get deal link for details

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🤔 I get someone buying you but why buy yourself for £900
Edited by: "AJ92" 4th Jan
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AJ9255 s ago

🤔 What makes you worth £900?


I'd like to think I'm selling myself short at that price
If £850 for a TV is "budget", I need a new job...
PS: Anyone serious about buying this (or any other TV), why not phone Richer sounds who will give you a 6 year warranty and possibly undercut any deal by a further £10

I did it the other day for a Sony Bravia XE9005
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🤔 I get someone buying you but why buy yourself for £900
Edited by: "AJ92" 4th Jan
Original Poster
AJ9255 s ago

🤔 What makes you worth £900?


I'd like to think I'm selling myself short at that price
AJ921 m ago

🤔 I get someone buying you but why buy yourself for £900


wow - that's a massive reduction on this set - is it any good? how does it compare to XE90?
Edited by: "spongebob1913" 4th Jan
Can't see warranty details anywhere on the product page.

Other similar price TV's on their site showing 5 years warranty, this doesn't, so guessing it's only 1 year.

Strange.

No way I'd be buying this from Hughes without the long term warranty. Maybe worth a price match elsewhere.
Edited by: "G0rdonGekko" 4th Jan
spongebob191321 m ago

wow - that's a massive reduction on this set - is it any good? how does it …wow - that's a massive reduction on this set - is it any good? how does it compare to XE90?


It's edge lit with no local dimming, so it's going to be very poor for HDR content by comparison.
At £849 this is tempting. Although I want an OLED I have massive concerns over burn-in.


Edit:

I need to compare the Q range as there is the Q6/7/8/9
Edited by: "jUsT2eXy" 4th Jan
This price for this set has my attention, has me second guessing myself on the MU7000
spongebob191327 m ago

wow - that's a massive reduction on this set - is it any good? how does it …wow - that's a massive reduction on this set - is it any good? how does it compare to XE90?


Highest rating I can find is for a Samsung Q8 (7.6) opposed to (8.0) for the Sony X900 SERIES


rtings.com/tv/…ity


It's possible a Samsung Q6 might score less than both
If £850 for a TV is "budget", I need a new job...
PS: Anyone serious about buying this (or any other TV), why not phone Richer sounds who will give you a 6 year warranty and possibly undercut any deal by a further £10

I did it the other day for a Sony Bravia XE9005
jUsT2eXy10 m ago

At £849 this is tempting. Although I want an OLED I have massive concerns …At £849 this is tempting. Although I want an OLED I have massive concerns over burn-in.Edit:I need to compare the Q range as there is the Q6/7/8/9


Exactly the same thoughts plus the hdr on oleds supposed to be very dark
InTheKnow44421 m ago

Highest rating I can find is for a Samsung Q8 (7.6) opposed to (8.0) for …Highest rating I can find is for a Samsung Q8 (7.6) opposed to (8.0) for the Sony X900 SERIEShttps://www.rtings.com/tv/tests/picture-qualityIt's possible a Samsung Q6 might score less than both


Probably, but they are both comfortably >£1k
Edit. an observation for spongebob rather than yourself
Edited by: "ridicfox" 4th Jan
spongebob191339 m ago

wow - that's a massive reduction on this set - is it any good? how does it …wow - that's a massive reduction on this set - is it any good? how does it compare to XE90?


It was only £1200 when it launched back in October so it's only the sort of price drop you'd expect from Samsung.

It's hard to tell how good it is as there aren't any reviews. The next model up is generally considered slightly worse than the XE90, so I wouldn't expect this to be comparable. I suspect it's may be a re-spin of last year's KS7000.
Aretak17 m ago

It's edge lit with no local dimming, so it's going to be very poor for HDR …It's edge lit with no local dimming, so it's going to be very poor for HDR content by comparison.


None at all? What's the source of that information?
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 4th Jan
No decent views anywhere, could be a foreign model...
ridicfox15 m ago

Probably, but they are both comfortably >£1kEdit. an observation for …Probably, but they are both comfortably >£1kEdit. an observation for spongebob rather than yourself


Paid £839 for my XE9005 the other day
Sambat20 m ago

No decent views anywhere, could be a foreign model...

It's a recently released (October 2017) special edition stripped down Quantum Dot entry level TV only in 55":

samsung.com/uk/…XU/

You would have thought it would have been reviewed by now that said, unless people can't be arsed to review it.
InTheKnow44418 m ago

Paid £839 for my XE9005 the other day


What!!! Where? Gimme!

Oh wait.. not 55"? 🤔
Edited by: "fr0d0" 4th Jan
InTheKnow44431 m ago

Paid £839 for my XE9005 the other day



yeah --- where!?
InTheKnow44436 m ago

Paid £839 for my XE9005 the other day


Was that the 55"? - where from?
Can you add something cheap and then use the £75 off £900 spend?
i bought mu7000 few weeks ago and im very happy with it, this looks slightly more expensive at 1800 price original but i dont think it was every this price and was probably a little over 1k. the fact is says q-lite... makes me think it is the most basic and half version of real qled and isnt a massive upgrade of my mu7000 if at all so im not bummed i didnt wait... good deal but without researching i couldnt say if it was crazy good or not...
I wish I purchased the 55MU7000 at £699 about a week ago. The Q6F is essentially the same panel from what I hear.
Tokynawa4 m ago

I wish I purchased the 55MU7000 at £699 about a week ago. The Q6F is …I wish I purchased the 55MU7000 at £699 about a week ago. The Q6F is essentially the same panel from what I hear.


ive just been readying and samsung uses a PQI like an easy way to tell how good the picture is instead of all the other complicated data and apparently my mu700 is like 2000-2500 and this q model is 2300 so it is very similar could be the same so no loss at all, the mu7000 is probably within 10% in terms of specs and no difference could realistically be seen unless ur science checking with gadgets etc both will be great mid -high end 4k tvs not as good as 2k price tag obviously but WAAYYYY better than 300-400 cheap sets;
Edited by: "comedychris" 4th Jan
EndlessWaves1 h, 21 m ago

None at all? What's the source of that information?


The Richer Sounds specs page says it has no local dimming.

richersounds.com/sam…tml

Not a definitive source, but there's so little information about this TV to be found anywhere.
ye even tho its qled rather than normal its not great as its like the lowest worst version of the range, and apparently has no local dimming and not great blacks, this is basically identical to the mu7000 slightly worse in some ways and slightly better in other " slightly brighter so.. its a toss up" the original q series had q7-8 and 9 q6 was a later budget cheap add on for those wanting top end, but didnt want to pay top end price.. so obviously not getting top end quality so doesnt make much sense haha... anyway decent deal but massive reduction only prove the point that its not the best otherwise it would hold value.
Aretak9 m ago

The Richer Sounds specs page says it has no local …The Richer Sounds specs page says it has no local dimming.https://www.richersounds.com/samsung-qe55q6f.htmlNot a definitive source, but there's so little information about this TV to be found anywhere.


yep i saw that to.
comedychris14 m ago

ive just been readying and samsung uses a PQI like an easy way to tell how …ive just been readying and samsung uses a PQI like an easy way to tell how good the picture is instead of all the other complicated data and apparently my mu700 is like 2000-2500 and this q model is 2300 so it is very similar could be the same so no loss at all, the mu7000 is probably within 10% in terms of specs and no difference could realistically be seen unless ur science checking with gadgets etc both will be great mid -high end 4k tvs not as good as 2k price tag obviously but WAAYYYY better than 300-400 cheap sets;



The UE55MU7000 is a much better buy and probably the best 55" TV you can buy in terms of value for money for the spec.

Was £699 recently and will be again at some point no doubt.
Edited by: "G0rdonGekko" 4th Jan
Tiptop price for this size & spec, going to be interesting what happens to all these late 2106 announced, 2017 sold Qled sets when Samsung announce all their new ones at CES this month
I’m steering clear of Samsung - they stop supporting their TVs after 12 months and fail to live up to promises of adding features such as HLG Broadcasting and HDR10+, now saying they have no plans to.

Speaking from experience of my 2016 set which I hugely regret buying and should have stuck with my original plan of an LG or Panasonic (who still support their 2015 sets).
spongebob191353 m ago

yeah --- where!?


Richer sounds price match + beat Curry's deal of £849 other day
InTheKnow4441 h, 50 m ago

PS: Anyone serious about buying this (or any other TV), why not phone …PS: Anyone serious about buying this (or any other TV), why not phone Richer sounds who will give you a 6 year warranty and possibly undercut any deal by a further £10I did it the other day for a Sony Bravia XE9005


Excellent advice. For this reason alone I only ever buy TVs from Richer Sounds or John Lewis.
Aretak2 h, 4 m ago

It's edge lit with no local dimming, so it's going to be very poor for HDR …It's edge lit with no local dimming, so it's going to be very poor for HDR content by comparison.


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Bargeinion27 m ago

I’m steering clear of Samsung - they stop supporting their TVs after 12 m …I’m steering clear of Samsung - they stop supporting their TVs after 12 months and fail to live up to promises of adding features such as HLG Broadcasting and HDR10+, now saying they have no plans to.Speaking from experience of my 2016 set which I hugely regret buying and should have stuck with my original plan of an LG or Panasonic (who still support their 2015 sets).



HDR10+ will definitely happen for those UHD sets like the ks7000, probably delayed due to how poor Samsungs 2018 sets sold and to make them more attractive (not surprising due to their massive price increase)

Agreed with HLG broadcasting, but by the time it's useful other devices will have it so you won't need to use the inbuilt app.

Its disappointing, but you can't deny the value of those sets last year.
What does "QLED-lite" mean?

Got myself a 65" QE65Q7F which has regular QLED in the John Lewis clearance for about £1100, but it's currently being sold new for much more than this one.
Is this better than the ks7000? Was all set on buying the ks7000 before it went out of stock everywhere!!
I'd hazard a guess that these will drop further after CES next week where they often announce new models
Q-LED is a failure compared to OLED...i would not spent a single penny on Q-LED...hence why the price has dropped
Bargeinion1 h, 46 m ago

I’m steering clear of Samsung - they stop supporting their TVs after 12 m …I’m steering clear of Samsung - they stop supporting their TVs after 12 months and fail to live up to promises of adding features such as HLG Broadcasting and HDR10+, now saying they have no plans to.Speaking from experience of my 2016 set which I hugely regret buying and should have stuck with my original plan of an LG or Panasonic (who still support their 2015 sets).


Panasonic do not support their 2015 sets.I have the CX802 and they are refusing to update with HLG or HDR10+ and they also have released one update since i have owned it - to add HDR..
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