Samsung UE40F6500 LED HD 1080p 3d smart TV - John Lewis - £549.95

Samsung UE40F6500 LED HD 1080p 3d smart TV - John Lewis - £549.95

Found 17th Nov 2013
Currently shopping for a new TV and this seems to be a good price for this model. Amazon want £601 for it.

Key benefits:
Samsung S-Recommendation will change the way you watch TV. This technology learns what you like to watch and when - making it a breeze to track down similar programmes.

The incredibly sharp LED screen gives you vibrant colours and more defined contrast on all your media. Paired with the 3D HyperReal Engine, it also renders beautiful Active 3D that will bring more depth to your movies. You can even upscale you 2D classics to 3D using oboard conversion.

Integrated Freeview and freesat HD tuners let you enjoy all your favourite programmes and more in stunning HD. To watch Freeview HD broadcasts you’ll need to check that you can receive it in your area. Click here to find out more about Freeview HD. To enjoy Freesat broadcasts you will need a dish and cabling installed. Freesat does not require a contract or a subscription – just a one-off payment for your dish and installation. To organise installation, please visit or call one of our shops. Click here to find out more about Freesat.

With 400Hz Clear Motion Rate (CMR) even fast moving action is rendered crisply. Ideal for blur-free gaming and sports.

Integrated Wi-Fi gives you the freedom to enjoy a selection of online entertainment like BBC iPlayer, ITV Player and Twitter over your home network without the need for messy cables. It also allows for easy DLNA streaming from around your house.

4 HDMI slots, 3 USB ports, component, composite and a SCART socket mean enough space for all your consoles, blu-ray players and satellite receivers. Spend less time juggling connections and more time enjoying your media.

The sleek quad stand complements any space with it’s understated looks.

This TV comes with a 5-year guarantee for your peace of mind.

Includes 2 pairs of 3D glasses.
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Ordered. Great price. Thanks.
I bought one of these a few months ago.. The price then was £649.. It's a steal at that pric
How do you find it?

I hate buying a TV, currently have a Samsung 32" 5500 , but looking to upgrade as we need a new TV for the bedroom.
Saw this last night. Bought it too. I checked JL because of the Richer sounds Post. Was going to post this morning but OP beat me to it.
Richer Sounds offer was in store only, online ordering has its advantages (distance selling regs).
As Mulla74 said, it was £100 more expensive a few days ago.
I have been watching this and the white version UE40F6510 for some time, waiting for the right moment. Great price plus 5 years warranty and JL customer service. Ordered.. great spot. Thanks
have been looking at this TV and the Sony KDL42W805. Sony is £637 if I can get a price match but not sure its any better than the Samsung really. Slightly bigger screen but no freesat.
ordered, heat added. thanks
US40f6740 is a better deal? after Samsung £75 cashback it would cost £25 more then this.…230

I am looking to get one of these, just interested on two things really,

How much input lag is ther (for gaming)?

Any noticeable blur/smear?

US40f6740 is a better deal? after Samsung £75 cashback it would cost £25 m … US40f6740 is a better deal? after Samsung £75 cashback it would cost £25 more then this. am looking to get one of these, just interested on two things really, How much input lag is ther (for gaming)?Any noticeable blur/smear?

I think you have to buy something else from them for £75 to get the £75 cashback?
I checked some reviews (What Hifi, Trusted Reviews) and lag wasn't an issue. the Sony I mention has the best if you purely want gaming but has rubbish black levels for films.
Thanks OP, had my price match with them at £580, was about to buy it this week then saw this post, so it's saved me £30
Great spot, I missed out last year, waiting till after Xmas to try and get a bargain but stock was low leading up and all the models I was interested in were out of stock by the time the sales came - think they'd learned their lesson from being over stocked the previous year,

This year I decided set a target price of £550 for this model based on that was the lowest a similar went down to last year, the conundrum was whether to hold out for a chance reduction closer to xmas or just after but I think this maybe close to the bottom, I couldn't see it going below £500 but I'm happy to get it now and enjoy it over the xmas period.

Already laugh telling the folks it's got voice activation that doesn't recognise voices
Great price! For a lovely TV
Back up to £599 now.
Got it for £600 just back in Aug from JL - good TV cant fault it, wasn't fussed about 3D. Also buy using partnership credit card and you can get some decent points, even more when you buy it when they have double points promotion on.
Would this TV 3d and the other non 3d in this post play MKV streamed from my NAS with DLNA?
Didn't even get a chance to check this TV out

Still 549 in richer sounds, but for how long, instore only though.
Paid £650 for this 4 months ago -.-
I paid £750 when it first came out, excellent result and I've connected my pc with this TV so I download anything from Internet and watch it via all share. At this price it's a steal.
I ordered one this morning, without noticing the price had gone up, Doh!

Phoned and cancelled, will wait and see if a better deal turns up. Irritated with JL for messing around with prices.

Shame really, this would have been a nice telly for the bedroom.

Glad I went for it rather than doing my usual waiting it out

Strangely they've still got the special offer tag from the £549 price which if you'd seen the offer earlier in the week and looked again now is abit miss leading

Special Offer: Save £100Special Offer: Save £100 (price includes d … Special Offer: Save £100Special Offer: Save £100 (price includes discount)Offer ends 4 January 2014

I see the white addition F6510 is now £559 on amazon
currently has a black Friday price of £499
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