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SAMSUNG SUHD UE48JS9000 48 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV - £899 @ Richer Sounds
SAMSUNG SUHD UE48JS9000 48 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV - £899 @ Richer Sounds

SAMSUNG SUHD UE48JS9000 48 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV - £899 @ Richer Sounds

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Cheapest price I could find for this 9 series curved 48" Active 3D SUHD Tv.

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Awesome thanks just need to find £899

Was a top of the range tv 2 years ago op.
Seems a decent price

It's a 48 that price you can get 55 these days bought super UHD LG TV with HDR 10 & dolby vision for that price last September

If you're buying in to United Samsung ecosystem - price is good.

Not even 2 year ago this was up to April 2016.

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This was the 2nd in line to Samsungs best 9500.

Sounds exceptional and was £2500 when newly out.

Looks a he'll of a TV. Quite tempted.

Anil90

It's a 48 that price you can get 55 these days bought super UHD LG TV … It's a 48 that price you can get 55 these days bought super UHD LG TV with HDR 10 & dolby vision for that price last September



Yeah but LG panels are IPS which I think is terrible on the colours, kills the HDR and viewing angles.

Not sure why this is cold. It's slightly old but still very well specced

Why on earth is this cold?! This is a 4k panel with excellent contrast, brightness, colour accuracy and latency. Also, it's true 10-bit, something I've not seen for less than a grand so far. If it was just a little bit bigger and not curved, I'd be all over this!

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Expect to pay £899 for LG oled tv by end of the year. I see people struggling to offload their TV's less then a year old come black friday.

Have a little heat just to make up for the unreasonable cold votes...


My tv is on the fritz, just as my Richer sounds 5 year warranty has ran out, typical. I was hoping to wait until a decent OLED was around £1k, so I'm not sure I want to spend £899 on a stop gap tv, but this is no doubt a very decent set. I'm going to pay Richer sounds a visit soon and see what they have for a bit less (I'm thinking the LG 43UH661V they have on offer) Don't buy my tv's from anywhere else these days.

Edited by: "AceRimmer15" 4th Jan

AceRimmer15

Have a little heat just to make up for the unreasonable cold votes... … Have a little heat just to make up for the unreasonable cold votes... ;)My tv is on the fritz, just as my Richer sounds 5 year warranty has ran out, typical. I was hoping to wait until a decent OLED was around £1k, so I'm not sure I want to spend £899 on a stop gap tv, but this is no doubt a very decent set. I'm going to pay Richer sounds a visit soon and see what they have for a bit less (I'm thinking the LG 43UH661V they have on offer) Don't buy my tv's from anywhere else these days.



Hold out till March if you can there should be further reductions on 2015/2016 models to make way for the 2017 range.

gazman090970

Hold out till March if you can there should be further reductions on … Hold out till March if you can there should be further reductions on 2015/2016 models to make way for the 2017 range.




I'd happily wait another year if needed. Unfortunately my TV is producing a loud crackling sound that drives me mad to the point I haven't been watching it much. I'm sure it will blow up soon.

Just a quick word of warning - I am just in the middle of returning this exact TV for several reasons. 1. Weird vertical image bleed on any input feed which shows when any light colour on dark background
2. Bottom quarter of the panel has recently started flashing/flickering intermittently.

Samsung support have been dreadful, took from September 2016 until now just to get an engineer to come and look at the problem and then a whole lot more pestering for them to do anything. And as I bought online the returns process with the seller (PRC) has not been much more straightforward although should be confirmed in a week with hopefully not much longer for collection/delivery so no great disaster.

You need to be aware that Samsung are unable to fix this TV if there is an issue that needs bespoke parts so replacement seems the only option with an uplift code but then you have the problem that I have of finding a similar spec model without having to fork out a load more money. It remains to be seen if they will indeed uplift me to the next closest spec'd available TV.... Which from my retailer is likely to be another £150+ on top of what I paid a year ago (and the roughly the same for the price shown here).

It all just translates into a headache that I could absolutely do without at the minute....!!
Edited by: "robo1million" 4th Mar
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