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Samsung UE43RU7020 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV with 6 year warranty £329 @ Richer Sounds
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Samsung UE43RU7020 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV with 6 year warranty £329 @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 27th Apr

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Enjoy crystal-clear clarity, with the HDR-equipped Samsung UE43RU7020.

HDR
Watch every moment burst from the screen. Discover what’s lurking in the shadows of a horror movie or witness the true beauty of a sun filled landscape scene.

Content Discovery (Universal Guide)
Less time searching and more time watching with tailored recommendations. Finally, a TV with everything in one place. Our Universal Guide recommends popular shows and content tailored just for you, meaning you can watch more of what you love.

Clean cable solution
Banish messy cables from sight for a distraction free viewing experience.

Slim Design
This Samsung 43 inch TV is designed to look elegant from any angle with a design that gives you less TV and more picture.

Works with
Works with your compatible smart devices and home appliances from your sofa. Bixby, Alexa, Google Assistant and connect through SmartThings*.
*Compatible phone and app required. Exact functionality may change at any time and be withdrawn from the product without notice.

One Remote Control Functionality
You no longer need multiple remotes lined up on your coffee table. Control all of your compatible devices and content with the TV remote control.

Music
Seamlessly recognise and listen to any background music. Whether it’s a catchy tune on an advert or a soundtrack in a movie, our TV is smart enough to seamlessly find the name of a song and the music service where it's available from.

See a sharper picture, with the Samsung UE43RU7020.
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I'm the market for premium brand budget 43 inch TV, so it's this the Philips 43PUS6754 (£300, have seen comments that thay operating system is poor) or the LG 43UM7400PLB (£299, but doesn't look as sleek as the Samsung).
Looking for feedback really, does anyone think you can get a better TV for the money?
dball29427/04/2020 22:27

I'm the market for premium brand budget 43 inch TV, so it's this the …I'm the market for premium brand budget 43 inch TV, so it's this the Philips 43PUS6754 (£300, have seen comments that thay operating system is poor) or the LG 43UM7400PLB (£299, but doesn't look as sleek as the Samsung).Looking for feedback really, does anyone think you can get a better TV for the money?


LG Best for more people watching Whilst Samsung is better for Gaming and Has Better Picture with its IPS Panel. I would avoid Anything other then Samsung Sony or LG
Don’t get if your using a Pc I have no end of trouble with mine
dball29427/04/2020 22:27

I'm the market for premium brand budget 43 inch TV, so it's this the …I'm the market for premium brand budget 43 inch TV, so it's this the Philips 43PUS6754 (£300, have seen comments that thay operating system is poor) or the LG 43UM7400PLB (£299, but doesn't look as sleek as the Samsung).Looking for feedback really, does anyone think you can get a better TV for the money?




Im torn between the Philips, the Hisense 7500 (purely for the bluetooth vs the 7100 at £250)
And now this comes into the mix!
dball29427/04/2020 22:27

I'm the market for premium brand budget 43 inch TV, so it's this the …I'm the market for premium brand budget 43 inch TV, so it's this the Philips 43PUS6754 (£300, have seen comments that thay operating system is poor) or the LG 43UM7400PLB (£299, but doesn't look as sleek as the Samsung).Looking for feedback really, does anyone think you can get a better TV for the money?


Same but I'm choosing between that Philips and Hisense B7500
nitrus28/04/2020 00:51

Don’t get if your using a Pc I have no end of trouble with mine


What seems to be the trouble? Looking at at 40ish inch TV for use with my PC and Chromebook....
nitrus28/04/2020 00:51

Don’t get if your using a Pc I have no end of trouble with mine


the wife's been using ours whilst home working with a laptop plugged in and hasnt had any issues? what seems to be the problem?
I'm looking for TV for my bedroom and have budget of around £350ish. I have short listed few below any help with recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
Samsung UE43TU7000

Samsung UE43RU7020

LG 43UM7400PLB

Philips 43PUS6754
paulj4828/04/2020 09:02

the wife's been using ours whilst home working with a laptop plugged in …the wife's been using ours whilst home working with a laptop plugged in and hasnt had any issues? what seems to be the problem?


Flickering screen
Mostly on anything higher than 2k Modes on games. General use is fine in HD
nitrus28/04/2020 12:45

Flickering screenMostly on anything higher than 2k Modes on games. General …Flickering screenMostly on anything higher than 2k Modes on games. General use is fine in HD



I don't think any £300 odd 4K TV's run in a non native resolution are going to be great for gaming.
paulj4828/04/2020 12:47

I don't think any £300 odd 4K TV's run in a non native resolution are …I don't think any £300 odd 4K TV's run in a non native resolution are going to be great for gaming.


Sure but not to the point where the screen shuts off. It does the same with my Xbox x in 4k
nitrus28/04/2020 12:49

Sure but not to the point where the screen shuts off. It does the same …Sure but not to the point where the screen shuts off. It does the same with my Xbox x in 4k



sounds like you have a faulty TV then, I have a 40" and the 43" version in 2 bedrooms with Xbox One X's connected and had no issues at all.
paulj4828/04/2020 12:50

sounds like you have a faulty TV then, I have a 40" and the 43" version in …sounds like you have a faulty TV then, I have a 40" and the 43" version in 2 bedrooms with Xbox One X's connected and had no issues at all.


Possibly according to Samsung it works fine because it displays a picture in test mode. I have another one Of these and it does the same but just not as frequent.
nitrus28/04/2020 12:52

Possibly according to Samsung it works fine because it displays a picture …Possibly according to Samsung it works fine because it displays a picture in test mode. I have another one Of these and it does the same but just not as frequent.



Are your HDMI leads up to the job? If not I'd be going back to the retailer and using your statutory consumer rights to sort the issue rather than trying to use the manufacturers warranty.
444728/04/2020 10:38

I'm looking for TV for my bedroom and have budget of around £350ish. I …I'm looking for TV for my bedroom and have budget of around £350ish. I have short listed few below any help with recommendations would be greatly appreciated.Samsung UE43TU7000Samsung UE43RU7020LG 43UM7400PLBPhilips 43PUS6754


Same, but from research the Phillip's appears to have a poor operating system which I imagine gets annoying (think iPhone vs windows phone)

I dont think the LG looks nearly as good and would say not quite in the same realm as Samsung.

Open to other opinions though, one of the reasons I posted.
For £300 ish, your options should really be the Samsung’s RU7100, RU7020 or the TU7000.
It’s a good set. Always buy from Richer Sounds or John Lewis instead of Curry’s! Longer warranty and far better companies!
Yeah definitely. The two I am looking at are the one in the thread versus the John Lewis one above. No way would I order from Curry's unless I had no other option.

I think the John Lewis one is worth the extra £50 as it has a bit more functionality and seemingly a better picture based on the reviews of the 7470 (which is virtually the same as the 7400 seemingly, but is a Curry's exclusive - this is backed up by the fact it is the same price!).
Edited by: "BishyTON" 29th Apr
nitrus28/04/2020 12:45

Flickering screenMostly on anything higher than 2k Modes on games. General …Flickering screenMostly on anything higher than 2k Modes on games. General use is fine in HD



i had the same problem when i first got my samsung 4k tv... but i was using my original hdmi leads that i had for years on end. i switched to a new set and it was sorted...
davejb15/05/2020 12:24

i had the same problem when i first got my samsung 4k tv... but i was …i had the same problem when i first got my samsung 4k tv... but i was using my original hdmi leads that i had for years on end. i switched to a new set and it was sorted...



I did the same bought a good set of leads. As I’ve got two screens I checked but found out one of them wouldn’t run 4k 60hz only 30. But the other screen would .... I contacted Samsung and they have said they will look at it at some point to repair (due to the current situation)
I’ve had this tv for 6 months now and it is amazing for the price
nitrus15/05/2020 12:27

I did the same bought a good set of leads. As I’ve got two screens I c …I did the same bought a good set of leads. As I’ve got two screens I checked but found out one of them wouldn’t run 4k 60hz only 30. But the other screen would .... I contacted Samsung and they have said they will look at it at some point to repair (due to the current situation)



ah fair enough. i guess theres going to be the odd faulty one. no manufacturer is perfect. where did you get it from? sometimes quicker to contact the retailer and get them to swap it for a new one rather than waiting for the manufacturer to repair. obviously this current situation makes everything a lot more complicated for returns.
davejb15/05/2020 12:31

ah fair enough. i guess theres going to be the odd faulty one. no …ah fair enough. i guess theres going to be the odd faulty one. no manufacturer is perfect. where did you get it from? sometimes quicker to contact the retailer and get them to swap it for a new one rather than waiting for the manufacturer to repair. obviously this current situation makes everything a lot more complicated for returns.


Crampton and Moore but through their eBay shop
nitrus15/05/2020 12:32

Crampton and Moore but through their eBay shop



contact them through ebay messaging. theres also a phone number. says the warranty is 12months. theyre probably the best ones to talk to first rather than samsung.

they also have live chat on their website..

cramptonandmoore.co.uk/ord…rns
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