Samsung UE43LS003 43" frame art smart 4k ultra HD hdr led TV £999.96 Del @ qvc
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Samsung UE43LS003 43" frame art smart 4k ultra HD hdr led TV £999.96 Del @ qvc

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Great deal, but it doesn't come with the borders / clip on wooden frame. As with the larger screen sizes, they were giving them away "Free" with the TV's at most retailers, including Samsung, worth bearing in mind.
Edited by: "thomps121" 21st Oct

That power used seems high , know its always high on initial setting but for a 43" led . On mode power consumption: 260W.

morrig57 m ago

That power used seems high , know its always high on initial setting but …That power used seems high , know its always high on initial setting but for a 43" led . On mode power consumption: 260W.


Likely a mistake on QVC's part, John Lewis claims a more believable 95W:
johnlewis.com/sam…361

I hadn't realised this came in 43". Does anyone know which model this is based on, if it's something like the MU8000 it could be the most capable HDR TV available in 43".

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Also comes with an input box(to allow all hdmi, cables etc to be plugged in) with 1 discreet fibre optic cable cable running to the TV.

kramvic14 m ago

Also comes with an input box(to allow all hdmi, cables etc to be plugged …Also comes with an input box(to allow all hdmi, cables etc to be plugged in) with 1 discreet fibre optic cable cable running to the TV.



I really like the look of that!

EndlessWaves20 m ago

Likely a mistake on QVC's part, John Lewis claims a more believable …Likely a mistake on QVC's part, John Lewis claims a more believable 95W:https://www.johnlewis.com/samsung-the-frame-art-mode-tv-43-ultra-hd-certified/p3343361I hadn't realised this came in 43". Does anyone know which model this is based on, if it's something like the MU8000 it could be the most capable HDR TV available in 43".



Mu8000 has a 'what does it actually mean PQI' of 2100. The 43 frame states a 1500.

Not totally sure what that equates to, but I'd say the difference means this 43 incher is more likely to be average.

I've been looking at the 55 for ages, but there are no useful reviews and most of the comments are basically 'it looks brilliant off'

trying not to buy anything for my flat due to be complete next year but this is making it hard. CES although is a pretty good reason to hold back for me.

I went to the Hughes home tech show today and this is the same price there for anyone local to the Norfolk Showground (it's also on tomorrow).

idbroadhurst6 h, 28 m ago

Mu8000 has a 'what does it actually mean PQI' of 2100. The 43 frame states …Mu8000 has a 'what does it actually mean PQI' of 2100. The 43 frame states a 1500.Not totally sure what that equates to, but I'd say the difference means this 43 incher is more likely to be average.I've been looking at the 55 for ages, but there are no useful reviews and most of the comments are basically 'it looks brilliant off'


On the other hand it's also being advertised as a 120hz TV, which as far as I'm aware nothing else at 43" is this year.
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