Samsung UE40F6400(Full HD, Smart, 3D led TV with WIFI) Electrical123shop @ Ebay £429.99
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Samsung UE40F6400(Full HD, Smart, 3D led TV with WIFI) Electrical123shop @ Ebay £429.99

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Found 25th Nov 2013
Amazing price for a Samsung 40 Inch Full HD Smart 3D LED TV. Sold via the electrical123shop on EBAY with over 99% positive feedback. Currently £549 at currys.

Can still be purchased here:

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- steevieboy4u

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great tv good price!!!!!!!!!!

Super hot

Very good price. Personally waiting for a passive 3D otherwise I'd snap this up

willww

Very good price. Personally waiting for a passive 3D otherwise I'd snap … Very good price. Personally waiting for a passive 3D otherwise I'd snap this up


Same here!

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Canary63

Same here!



Why is a passive one better than active?

voted cold as all the manufactors of tvs are trying to sell of there back log of stock of 3d tvs as the new technology that doesnt require the wearing of glasses is due for release next year

burns94

Why is a passive one better than active?


Not saying it's better, but when the glasses are £30+ a pair with active, I'd much rather passive. The difference between the 2 in quality is not really noticeable anyway. I also have friends that have an active 3D TV and they find that their kids get a headache when watching a long film. Also, the glasses are heavier due to needing batteries.

Canary63

Not saying it's better, but when the glasses are £30+ a pair with active, … Not saying it's better, but when the glasses are £30+ a pair with active, I'd much rather passive. The difference between the 2 in quality is not really noticeable anyway. I also have friends that have an active 3D TV and they find that their kids get a headache when watching a long film. Also, the glasses are heavier due to needing batteries.


Still a hot deal though if active is what your after!

Really is a great price

Just paid £710 for the 46" F6800 which i don't think is that much different!

Does seem like a really good price.

I was keeping an eye on the UE40F6320 & UE40F6500 models from Richer Sounds as ideally I'd like the 5 year guarantee. There doesn't really seem to be much difference though between these models though and the 6400 is significantly cheaper.

Crampton & Moore have it on offer at the moment (highlighted on ebays daily deals) for £499.99 which also shows how good this deal is.

Do people think the prices will drop significantly more in the run up to Christmas / After new year?

mr_stormtrooper

voted cold as all the manufactors of tvs are trying to sell of there back … voted cold as all the manufactors of tvs are trying to sell of there back log of stock of 3d tvs as the new technology that doesnt require the wearing of glasses is due for release next year



I understand what you are saying about next year's technology but why does it make this deal cold?

Original Poster

B45H3R

Does seem like a really good price.I was keeping an eye on the UE40F6320 … Does seem like a really good price.I was keeping an eye on the UE40F6320 & UE40F6500 models from Richer Sounds as ideally I'd like the 5 year guarantee. There doesn't really seem to be much difference though between these models though and the 6400 is significantly cheaper.Crampton & Moore have it on offer at the moment (highlighted on ebays daily deals) for £499.99 which also shows how good this deal is.Do people think the prices will drop significantly more in the run up to Christmas / After new year?



I was looking at the 6320 at Richersounds too. The only real difference between the two that I can see, is the smart remote with voice recognition on this model. I am going to order this TV.

Need 46

Do people think the prices will drop significantly more in the run up to … Do people think the prices will drop significantly more in the run up to Christmas / After new year?



According to the news of late....Boat loads of new TV's have been landed and we are talking loads...so YES would be my guess
World Cup, Common Wealth Games.... 2014.... it's going to be a big TV year

I've got this tv and I must say I'm pretty impressed, I'm not a big 3D fan so I won't really utilise those features but otherwise its a cracking TV for a great price. I paid a bit more for mine so it comes with 5 year warranty :).

Couldn't resist and went ahead and purchased. Reviews for this model are favourable and don't see prices dropping too much more. A lot of places seem to be steadily increasing their prices so that they can then "discount" them for the sales later.

mmm wait for Panasonic TXL42E6B to go on offer or buy this one.......decisions

I bought this last night before it was posted on here from these guys. Had the confirmation through almost instantly but haven't heard anything else yet about delivery. I'm hoping for it before my PS4 arrives on Friday. Hate 3D, but for some reason I have a craving to watch Creature from the Black Lagoon on it!

Canary63

Not saying it's better, but when the glasses are £30+ a pair with active, … Not saying it's better, but when the glasses are £30+ a pair with active, I'd much rather passive. The difference between the 2 in quality is not really noticeable anyway. I also have friends that have an active 3D TV and they find that their kids get a headache when watching a long film. Also, the glasses are heavier due to needing batteries.



I sort of agree with your statement here..... I have both, a Samsung Active and an LG Passive, personally I find the Active 3D gives a deeper image like the image falls back into the TV, and the passive is like everything comes out of the TV into the middle of the room. Image quality doesn't change, but passive is the way to go personally!
The active glasses are much heavier as you say and agree they give headaches, not managed to watch a whole 3D film yet on the Samsung, very annoying flicker! The LG on the other hand, 10 times better!

Great price for this TV though!

Deal!!!

Wow if only I had my xmas bonus!!

Bought one!

very good deal , scorchio ' if yo can hold on till march ' do so........:-D

Can anyone advise as to which would be a better choice, the 42LN575v from JL with 5 yrs guarantee, or this f6400? 3d doesn't bother me.

No interest in 3D either,

So what would give better picture quality, this or the Sony W6?

Can't decide whether to get this now, or hold off for CES (even though new prices will will stupid).
Edited by: "gd_miester" 26th Nov 2013

Ordered yesterday evening. They phoned today and arranged delivery for Thursday. Pretty good good customer service so far

B45H3R

Ordered yesterday evening. They phoned today and arranged delivery for … Ordered yesterday evening. They phoned today and arranged delivery for Thursday. Pretty good good customer service so far


Me three. Very pleased so far.

Canary63

Not saying it's better, but when the glasses are £30+ a pair with active, … Not saying it's better, but when the glasses are £30+ a pair with active, I'd much rather passive. The difference between the 2 in quality is not really noticeable anyway. I also have friends that have an active 3D TV and they find that their kids get a headache when watching a long film. Also, the glasses are heavier due to needing batteries.



The difference with passive is that effectively you're only getting 720P whilst watching in 3D - it alternates between left and right eyes using shutters. Passive basically shares the lines on the screen between left and right so you only get 720P per eye in effect.

I wouldn't say that the weight of my glasses isn't much greater than the cinema ones I've used - I've two with replaceable batteries which are just little cell ones and I've got two rechargable so never seen those. Both light though.

The biggest problem for me with 3D is that it's better in a dark room - not because of image quality just that if you've got a bright window or see other things in your peripheral vision then they flicker which can be distracting.

Canary63

Not saying it's better, but when the glasses are £30+ a pair with active, … Not saying it's better, but when the glasses are £30+ a pair with active, I'd much rather passive. The difference between the 2 in quality is not really noticeable anyway. I also have friends that have an active 3D TV and they find that their kids get a headache when watching a long film. Also, the glasses are heavier due to needing batteries.



This comes with two pairs and can be got for £20 for another pair (£10 each), the new samsung glasses are flimsy things and not very heavy at all
Edited by: "you_gotta_be_kidding" 26th Nov 2013

does this support timeshift ? i.e have USB stick that you can pause live tv with, or record to ?

Ordered just after midnight on Sunday, got a call this evening to say it is being delivered Thursday. Very happy with that as it's in time for some PS4 action, can't wait!

Original Poster

americanonpurpose

Ordered just after midnight on Sunday, got a call this evening to say it … Ordered just after midnight on Sunday, got a call this evening to say it is being delivered Thursday. Very happy with that as it's in time for some PS4 action, can't wait!

Lucky! I am not getting mine until friday

Morning all.

Tech question for this tv as I have read the manual and cannot find any info for it.

I want the tv, but need the facility to record to usb. Will this tv record a different channel as I watch another?

Thanks

Jak

I love 3d. Watched Day of the Doctor at the weekend on my 3 year old active Samsung le40 and it was amazing. Have some heat for this.

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B45H3R

Ordered yesterday evening. They phoned today and arranged delivery for … Ordered yesterday evening. They phoned today and arranged delivery for Thursday. Pretty good good customer service so far



Have you set yours up yet? Whats it like? Mines coming tomorrow. Thanks

Ray Khan

Have you set yours up yet? Whats it like? Mines coming tomorrow. Thanks



I've set it up and so far I've been impressed.

I've tried out Netflix / BBC Iplayer / Youtube and the web browser from the TVs smart menu. All work well and I've not experienced any difficulty with the built in Wi-Fi (no dropped signal etc. and everything streamed well).

I also watched a few 3D trailers using the Samsung 3D app - It looked decent but I'll reserve judgement on that until I watch a movie in 3D.

I had a quick go on my Xbox 360 and Wii U and can't fault it for gaming. I didn't notice any blurriness etc. Not had a chance to watch a Blu Ray yet but I'm sure there'll be no problems.

Screen uniformity seemed ok when set to a blank screen with some very minor clouding - nowhere near as bad as my previous LCD TV.

The only thing I don't like so far is the TV remote (the smart remote is ok but a bit basic). Personally I don't think it's very intuitive - I should get used to it over time but all the buttons are cramped together.

Let me know what you think of yours when you set it up

davemichael

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Back in stock at the same price with a new listing

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Edited by: "maximoshark" 29th Nov 2013

maximoshark

Back in stock at the same price with a new listing Link

Thanks. Gone for the Sony Bravia from John Lewis now though, which was £499. Link. And and maybe still available from Currys and Amazon at that price?

123Electrical are selling this on their own website for £549 so how can they sell it for £120 cheaper on Ebay then all the Ebay/Paypal fees on top oO

Bought one for my Dad so hope it all goes smoothly
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