Samsung UE40HU6900 40" 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV £549 @ Crampton & Moore
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Samsung UE40HU6900 40" 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV £549 @ Crampton & Moore

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Found 26th Aug 2014
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4K UHD Smart TV
FREE WAM250 Wireless Audio Hub via redemption

Ultra High Definition TV
Experience the amazing picture quality of the U6900, the next generation of Samsung UHD. With four times more detail than FHD, more vibrant colours, and the ability to let you enjoy all your favourite live TV shows and Blu-ray discs clearer than ever before, the U6900 is the perfect choice for your living space.

This Ultra High Definition TV produces the brightest, clearest images with four times the detail of Full HD to deliver an amazing viewing experience.

4 step UHD upscaling
You can enjoy the benefits of UHD today. Samsung's innovative 4 step UHD upscaling technology is a superior image processing technique that converts lower resolution content such as live TV and Blu-Ray discs to stunningly sharper images, so you can now enjoy all your favourite TV shows and movies in more detail and clarity than ever before.

UHD Dimming
Experience Crystal clear images with superior contrast optimised for UHD images. Samsung's UHD Dimming technology precisely controls colour, contrast and detail levels within sub sections of each image to provide amazing picture quality. No matter what source is connected to the TV, lifelike skin tones and sharper detailing provide unparalleled realism to the image while deeper blacks bring dark movie scenes to life.

Future Ready
The U6900 is Future Ready. Unique to Samsung, the UHD Smart Evolution Kit2 completely reengineers your TV without having to replace it. Renew your TV to the latest technology in terms of performance, content and features ensuring your TV remains cutting edge. The U6900 is compatible with all current UHD connected sources and can be upgraded to be compatible with future UHD standards as well.

UHD Standards
The U6900 supports the latest UHD standards including, including HEVC; a new video compression standard that enables the possibility of streaming UHD content over the internet. The U6900 is HDMI 2.0 compliant and therefore can support UHD video playback at up to 60 frames per second. The new HDMI 2.0 standard has been designed to allow cables to transfer high amounts of information (video/audio) along an HDMI cable between devices such as set-top boxes and TVs. Additionally, the U6900 is HDCP 2.2 compliant, this ensures copywrited UHD content is correctly read and played by the TV.

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Dimensions
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Edited by: "Looking4Glitches" 26th Aug 2014

wow great price it gets cheaper every week..

Unless I am missing something, what's the point of Ultra High Definition TV? far as I am aware there as only been test transmissions done by Sky & the BBC.

Nothing is available in 4k yet so don't see the point in buying the early models

Upscaling...

Hancock

Unless I am missing something, what's the point of Ultra High Definition … Unless I am missing something, what's the point of Ultra High Definition TV? far as I am aware there as only been test transmissions done by Sky & the BBC.

this is what they said when HD tvs came out ...

From what I have read if you want
to see any individual pixels on a
set this size you would need to sit
no more than two feet away from
the screen. I also agree with
Hancock above, there is nothing
to watch in 4K except a bit of online
streaming and a few DVD's. It is
going to be a great technology
but not yet.
Edited by: "gluke21" 26th Aug 2014

Netflix has 4k and sky and others hope to be broadcasting next year albeit only a handful of programs

JVB

this is what they said when HD tvs came out ...



Ultra High Definition TV is years away.

Hancock

Ultra High Definition TV is years away.

they also said that too .. he he

No doubt when Sky start broadcasting 4K they'll want an extra £10pm for the privilege.

Just like 3D, only free when you had the full package or £5pm (or whatever it was) if you didn't - free now as people never bothered. 4K will go the same way, its only of use if you have a huge TV 60" or bigger and sit close. I can see the advantage of having a 4K projector but not a 40" living room TV.




very basic 4k tv upscaling is poor, spend your money on a good 1080p model.

Beware. Has spy webcam in the tv. Sends your face to CHINA-ASIA. Eddie Snowden told me.

gluke21

From what I have read if you want to see any individual pixels on a set … From what I have read if you want to see any individual pixels on a set this size you would need to sitno more than two feet away from the screen. I also agree with Hancock above, there is nothingto watch in 4K except a bit of onlinestreaming and a few DVD's. It isgoing to be a great technologybut not yet.



DVDs come in 4K?

ill wait pointless buying this..

dealspotter1989

Beware. Has spy webcam in the tv. Sends your face to CHINA-ASIA. Eddie … Beware. Has spy webcam in the tv. Sends your face to CHINA-ASIA. Eddie Snowden told me.



Eh!

JVB

this is what they said when HD tvs came out ...

Yeah, and sky still don't broadcast in 1080p...

nokiafusion

wow great price it gets cheaper every week..



Because the sensible are sat around waiting for 8K - which already exists.

Banned

messiah216

Netflix has 4k and sky and others hope to be broadcasting next year … Netflix has 4k and sky and others hope to be broadcasting next year albeit only a handful of programs



I can't see sky broadcasting 4k next year if they don't even broadcast 1080p yet.

I doubt they even have the infrastructure to.

4k for most is a complete waste right now, it isn't even standard for ALL TV programmes to broadcast in 1080 let alone at 4K...For me, this technology just isn't viable yet.

Give it a year and I'm sure 4k blu rays will start cropping up. Problem is; 4k content will only crop up when people purchase 4k tvs. Vice versa, people will only purchase 4k tvs when 4k content turns up.

im still waiting for sky 1080p

Good for using as a PC monitor.

freakstyler

No doubt when Sky start broadcasting 4K they'll want an extra £10pm for … No doubt when Sky start broadcasting 4K they'll want an extra £10pm for the privilege. Just like 3D, only free when you had the full package or £5pm (or whatever it was) if you didn't - free now as people never bothered. 4K will go the same way, its only of use if you have a huge TV 60" or bigger and sit close. I can see the advantage of having a 4K projector but not a 40" living room TV.



Sky have never broadcasted in 1080p. They upscale using 1080i as 99% of the channels arnt even in HD. 4k TV is still years away. A good 1080p plasma will look much better for the moment

Reviews for the 55" are bad. Can't cope with moving pictures!

Great deal and I watch more netflix than anything else, plus using this as a monitor is awesome

What's 4k?

Higher resolution

paulz

What's 4k?



Full HD or 1080p means your screen is using 1920x1080 pixels to display an image.
Ultra HD or 4k is 3840 x 2160 pixels

Effectively 4 times as many pixels as it's doubling both the width and the height of the screen.


Edited by: "Nbaker" 27th Aug 2014

You don't need pure 4k content, the 4k will upscale your HD picture to produce fantastic pictures. My mate has the curved 55" version and the pic quality is superb on HD content. However, the 4k app is only available on specific Samsung models - House of Cards season 2 is the only programme available on 4k app at the moment. Picture quality is amazing. Currys had one of the Samsung models at under £1000 but the reviews are disappointing and does not come the 4k app at this time. The LG 850 48" is also available at under a grand and again the review is poor, hence the reason they have dropped by £500

AStonedRaichu

Sky have never broadcasted in 1080p. They upscale using 1080i as 99% of … Sky have never broadcasted in 1080p. They upscale using 1080i as 99% of the channels arnt even in HD. 4k TV is still years away. A good 1080p plasma will look much better for the moment



Exactly.

Banned

All those moaning about there being not enough 4K content are pushing a redundant argument. Whether you like it or not, 4K is the future of broadcast - even if Sky, BBC, etc do not broadcast 4K content in the next two years, you can bet that other venues of 4K content will still emerge like 4K blu-ray, 4K streaming (which is already happening, see Netflix House of Cards), etc. Part of the reason why is because 4K is becoming increasingly popular in the States so even if the demand isn't great here, 4K content will still be released to satisfy the US market.

At the end of the day, it's about future proofing and as I've said, 4K is the future.
Edited by: "Khaiyan" 27th Aug 2014

it said on one of the forum sites after a trail these are not ready as yet and when they are u have too pay an extra £100 for the another box to update these things, would be good price if it done what it says on the tin

Why are they making 40" 4k screens? They aren't really big enough to appreciate it.

Reviews don't look good for this model. 4k is great on this as long as the picture does not move!!?

How long before the 4K sets drop below the price of an equivalent non-4K set?

Khaiyan

All those moaning about there being not enough 4K content are pushing a … All those moaning about there being not enough 4K content are pushing a redundant argument. Whether you like it or not, 4K is the future of broadcast - even if Sky, BBC, etc do not broadcast 4K content in the next two years, you can bet that other venues of 4K content will still emerge like 4K blu-ray, 4K streaming (which is already happening, see Netflix House of Cards), etc. Part of the reason why is because 4K is becoming increasingly popular in the States so even if the demand isn't great here, 4K content will still be released to satisfy the US market.At the end of the day, it's about future proofing and as I've said, 4K is the future.



But why not just buy it in the future then? When it will be significantly cheaper and 4k sources will be available.

Erko

But why not just buy it in the future then? When it will be significantly … But why not just buy it in the future then? When it will be significantly cheaper and 4k sources will be available.



Because by then something else would have come out. With technology you will always be playing catch up

there's a good chance that the entry level TV's will be discontinued when 4K content becomes widely available, then the next gen 4K TV's will be better, but very pricey. 4K aside, this is a good Samsung 40" LED TV for a reasonable price. Probably best as a gaming TV or PC monitor
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