Samsung UE40HU6900 40" 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV with Netflix 4k @ ebay/Crampton & Moore
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Samsung UE40HU6900 40" 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV with Netflix 4k @ ebay/Crampton & Moore

£519.99eBay Deals
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Found 28th Aug 2014
£29.01 cheaper than this hot deal from a couple of days ago.

hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…012

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ULTRA HIGH DEFINITION TV

This Ultra High Definition TV produces the brightest, clearest images with four times the detail of Full HD to deliver an amazing viewing experience. With Colour Brilliance, colours come alive and images look naturally vibrant, as everything shown on the screen is expressed with brighter, richer tones.

UHD

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 adjusts colour, contrast and detail in every image.

LATEST UHD STANDARDS

The UE40HU6900 supports the latest UHD standards, including HEVC; a new video compression standard that enables the possibility of streaming UHD content over the internet. The 6900-series 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 UE40HU6900 is HDCP 2.2 compliant, this ensures copyrighted UHD content is correctly read and played by the TV.

QUAD CORE

The powerful Quad Core processor in the UE40HU6900 significantly boosts performance with faster access to Smart features and true multitasking capabilities. Enjoy super fast app response times, watch TV while simultaneously taking a Skype call, or carry on viewing your favourite programme whilst using an app. It's now even easier to toggle between apps, online services and on-air TV to enjoy a truly seamless TV experience.

S RECOMMENDATION WITH VOICE INTERACTION

S Recommendation with Voice Interaction lets you discover more of the TV you love by suggesting what's new to watch based on what you like. It intelligently learns your preferences; the more you watch the smarter it gets. All you need to do is ask your TV to find you something to watch, it will respond to your natural voice and instantly search Live TV, video on demand services and apps to recommend TV and online content tailored to you. Now you'll always know what's on without the need to look for it.

SMART HUB

The industry's reference Smart platform just got better. The leading Smart TV experience is now even more powerful, with faster access to Smart features, true multitasking and an intuitive interface. The Smart Hub intelligently organises and manages all your content into five easy to navigate panels: On TV; Movies & TV Shows; Multimedia; Apps; and Games. Come and join over 1 million weekly users accessing the Samsung Smart Hub, and check out samsung.com for the latest Smart entertainment offers in movies, TV, Sports, Kids', Music and Lifestyle.

If you've been waiting for 4K Ultra-HD to come down in price, then, thanks to the Samsung UE40HU6900, now is the time!

27 Comments

Original Poster

Includes Freeview HD, 4 HDMI ports, 3 USB ports and a voice activation function (fancy smancy!). Full specs can be found on the Richer Sounds site.
Edited by: "copperspock" 28th Aug 2014

As CopperSpock has highlighted RSounds sell it - isn't it simplest to get RS to beat their price and get the 5yrs RS cover too ?

Original Poster

mk-donald

As CopperSpock has highlighted RSounds sell it - isn't it simplest to get … As CopperSpock has highlighted RSounds sell it - isn't it simplest to get RS to beat their price and get the 5yrs RS cover too ?



Always worth a go, though I don't know how long this sale is on for.

Unless it's the 7500 "8" series, it really isn't worth getting. By all accounts the pictures on anything lower than the 7500 are blurry are heck. Far better to get a non-4k for the same money. If you really want 4k, go for the 7500 series.

4K TV's aren't worth having unless they are running at least 800hz most I've seen is 2000hz.

Original Poster

thegog

Unless it's the 7500 "8" series, it really isn't worth getting. By all … Unless it's the 7500 "8" series, it really isn't worth getting. By all accounts the pictures on anything lower than the 7500 are blurry are heck. Far better to get a non-4k for the same money. If you really want 4k, go for the 7500 series.



I won't pretend to know much about TV tech, but I thought the 200Hz Clear Motion Rate would be more than enough to stop motion blurring?

copperspock

I won't pretend to know much about TV tech, but I thought the 200Hz Clear … I won't pretend to know much about TV tech, but I thought the 200Hz Clear Motion Rate would be more than enough to stop motion blurring?



No, it doesn't. See hdtvtest.co.uk/new…htm

The 48" UE48HU7500 for #1599 is a much better bet, and yes, 4k is noticeable over HD even at that size - well, with my eyes anyway.

copperspock

I won't pretend to know much about TV tech, but I thought the 200Hz Clear … I won't pretend to know much about TV tech, but I thought the 200Hz Clear Motion Rate would be more than enough to stop motion blurring?



I wouldn't worry as there are only 2 programmes in 4k on Netflix, and they need an average of 15.6 mb broadband speed.
Edited by: "Sambat" 28th Aug 2014

Sambat

I wouldn't worry as there are only 2 programmes in 4k on Netflix, and … I wouldn't worry as there are only 2 programmes in 4k on Netflix, and they need an average of 15.6 mb broadband speed.



I think you mean "two drama series in 4K on Netflix," House of Cards, and Breaking Bad, with many episodes of each. When HD was launched, much the same was said: pointless getting an HD set as there's no HD content. I watch 4K on YouTube, among other sources. Just because 4K isn't broadcast at the moment doesn't mean it won't be in the future.

mk-donald

As CopperSpock has highlighted RSounds sell it - isn't it simplest to get … As CopperSpock has highlighted RSounds sell it - isn't it simplest to get RS to beat their price and get the 5yrs RS cover too ?



No. RS will ask if they offer 5 year warranty as well. You'll say NO. They'll say it's not 'like for like' - 'if you add a 5 year warranty to their price, it comes to £xxx, which is actually more expensive than what we do it for'

etc etc

thegog

I think you mean "two drama series in 4K on Netflix," House of Cards, and … I think you mean "two drama series in 4K on Netflix," House of Cards, and Breaking Bad, with many episodes of each. When HD was launched, much the same was said: pointless getting an HD set as there's no HD content. I watch 4K on YouTube, among other sources. Just because 4K isn't broadcast at the moment doesn't mean it won't be in the future.



Its fair to say that HD isnt as widespread as anyone had hoped.

After 4 years of Sky HD, I'm back to SD as their subs were too expensive - so I just get BBC1-4 & ITV1 HD / CH4 HD.

4K? Light years away for those of us that cant even afford HD!
thegog

I think you mean "two drama series in 4K on Netflix," House of Cards, and … I think you mean "two drama series in 4K on Netflix," House of Cards, and Breaking Bad, with many episodes of each. When HD was launched, much the same was said: pointless getting an HD set as there's no HD content. I watch 4K on YouTube, among other sources. Just because 4K isn't broadcast at the moment doesn't mean it won't be in the future.


Edited by: "Gollywood" 28th Aug 2014

Mental price. I mean if you're really not sensible enough to wait just a bit longer for 8K (which is presumably why the prices are dropping so so low already) and you must have a 4K this is the price level of a lot of HD TV's still! Not sure why there's any need to mention Netflix though. Any TV you can buy right now will have access to Netflix, from Samsung to Sony and probably even Bush.

thegog

No, it doesn't. See … No, it doesn't. See http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/ue55hu6900-201405233782.htmThe 48" UE48HU7500 for #1599 is a much better bet, and yes, 4k is noticeable over HD even at that size - well, with my eyes anyway.



So true! and only nearly three times more! helpful!

So if you're using a SKY HD box at 720p, or a Freesat 1980p box, what use is this TV? Are we even up to speed for this kind of technology in terms our input source?

Gollywood

Its fair to say that HD isnt as widespread as anyone had hoped.After 4 … Its fair to say that HD isnt as widespread as anyone had hoped.After 4 years of Sky HD, I'm back to SD as their subs were too expensive - so I just get BBC1-4 & ITV1 HD / CH4 HD.4K? Light years away for those of us that cant even afford HD!



HDTV channels on Sky are not even 1080p anyway, Netflix is probably your best bet for cheap 1080p content with the odd show in 4K.

If you have a bit more money you can buy your favourite TV series in 1080p on iTunes, or eventually on Blu-ray.

thegog

No, it doesn't. See … No, it doesn't. See http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/ue55hu6900-201405233782.htmThe 48" UE48HU7500 for #1599 is a much better bet, and yes, 4k is noticeable over HD even at that size - well, with my eyes anyway.



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Edited by: "ws007" 28th Aug 2014

isn't this just a price change on the original deal? do we really need another thread full of techno b0ll0x and my dads bigger than your dad?

4k has kind of a tech barrier for online streaming. If you have standard Adsl broadband you can't stream 4k due to bandwidth issues.

Brilliant for displaying your holiday photos, but not for much else...

"Yes it’s 4K, but only when the picture on screen is mostly still. Once the camera starts panning, resolution drops away quite noticeably, and unfortunately there’s no motion-enhancing technology available on the set to reduce blurring."

I have this and its a stunning TV and an even better 60hz 4K PC monitor.
Edited by: "bigsofty" 29th Aug 2014

I bought this TV for my bedroom - arrived yesterday.

Ignore the negative posters the picture quality is great. Watching Netflix in 2160p is awesome! 1080p content looks great too.

Plus Xbox will release 4k games in the near future!!

AStonedRaichu

4k has kind of a tech barrier for online streaming. If you have standard … 4k has kind of a tech barrier for online streaming. If you have standard Adsl broadband you can't stream 4k due to bandwidth issues.



Luckily my unlimited (tethering) 4G will pull up to 41 mbps...:-)

ws007



You're not far off. My uncorrected eyesight is bad, but with my new prescription glasses, it's now around 20/10.

ReflexReact

So true! and only nearly three times more! helpful!



If you don't like, don't buy.

buzzkill

Plus Xbox will release 4k games in the near future!!



Xbox one will never support 4K, it uses HDMI 1 ports and it does not support 4K at greater than 30fps. Also it can't handle 1080p well, so it has no chance with x4 of this resolution. PS4 is in the same boat. Nextgen is already out of date in this area.
Edited by: "bigsofty" 29th Aug 2014
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