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Samsung UE43RU7020 43" Ultra HD Smart 4K HDR TV £271.20 with code @ ebay / Crampton & Moore

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Samsung UE43RU7020 43” Ultra HD Smart 4K HDR TV
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Samsung UE43RU7020 43" Ultra HD Smart 4K HDR TV

Discover picture detail like never before. Lose yourself in True 4K colour and clarity with the largest collection of 4K content and all your catch up TV apps including Apple TV, BT Sport and NOW TV apps, only on Samsung.

HDR powered by HDR10+
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.

True 4K colour & clarity
Don't settle for anything less than True 4K colour and clarity. Samsung delivers pure colours, sharp contrast and brightness you would expect from the latest 4K resolution standards.

Smart Hub - The Best Smart TV with the Best Smart Apps
Only the No. 1 Smart TV brand* can get you access to great content from Apple TV, BT Sport and NOW TV, without the need to plug in additional boxes or streaming sticks. Only Samsung gives you access to the largest collection of 4K content including Netflix, Amazon Prime and Rakuten TV, and all the catch up apps you expect, all in one place at the touch of a button.**
*Samsung TV has been the No.1 selling TV Brand for 13 consecutive years by HIS Markit.
**Some apps may not be available at launch. 3rd party content providers may remove apps from the Smart TV platform or stop updating them at any time.

UHD Processor
Relax with a TV that adapts to give you the very best 4K picture.

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

Slim Design
A TV designed to look elegant from any angle with a design that gives you less TV and more picture.

Easy Set-up
Automatically log into your accounts with simple, seamless smartphone* connection and setup. Only Samsung can offer comprehensive set-up in just a few simple steps. Your TV and mobile* will automatically connect and your mobile will share your Wi-Fi link with the TV. If your mobile is linked to a Samsung Account, it will automatically be shared with your TV: no additional login required.
*Compatible phone and download required of SmartThings App.
**Limited Apps integration will be available from launch.

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.

Works with
Works with your compatible smart devices and home appliances from your sofa. Bixby, Alexa, Google Assistant and connect through SmartThings*. And with AirPlay 2 built in, you can stream or share content from Apple devices to the big screen. Effortlessly play videos, music, photos and more from your iPhone, iPad and Mac on your Samsung TV*.
*Compatible phone and app required. Exact functionality may change at any time and be withdrawn from the product without notice.

SmartThings Mobile App
The Samsung SmartThings Mobile App enables your smartphone to connect to your Smart TV quickly and easily to unlock great features such as Screen Mirroring, and a TV Remote Control.*
*Compatible Android or iOS phone required.

UHD Dimming
Experience better shadow detail and more accurate colour with UHD Dimming technology that independently adjusts tone, brightness and sharpness. By dividing the screen into hundreds of small zones, UHD Dimming separately controls the darkest and brightest elements of any image for exceptional picture quality.

Samsung TV Plus
Instant access to the latest 4K UHD movies and content for the whole family. Experience the true potential of your 4K UHD TV straight out of the box.

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.
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Can't find any reviews for this. Any thoughts?

We have an LG we are looking to replace, wondering if this might do it
To be honest either Samsung it LG will do and the reputation Sammy have is great. Just based on price it’s a great deal. Good luck choosing.
I bought this in June with an EBay 20% offer, paid £255 for it. Only used in the kitchen so far but seems spot on for what I need. I know it’s slightly more expensive but just bought it again for the bedroom. Built in apps seem to work fine, wifi fine, picture good, sound good. Can’t complain for the price.
This is a repost
check out the 7410 on ao .com ebay ao giving 10% plus 20%code brings it to a tad over £300 about 310 but far better tv wi fi record to a usb or plug in a usb hardrive to record to.2 remotes 1 you can talk into tell it turn over but not tried that one yet as I only had mine a weekcant beat it for £300 ish but its white so may not suit. hope this helps
edit 7410 not 7420
Edited by: "strange" 16th Oct 2019
They have the RU7100 on display in John Lewis. Pay a little bit more and get the 6 year warranty with Richer Sounds
£339 at the moment
strange15/10/2019 22:22

check out the 7420 on ao .com ebay ao giving 10% plus 20%code brings it …check out the 7420 on ao .com ebay ao giving 10% plus 20%code brings it to a tad over £300 about 310 but far better tv wi fi record to a usb or plug in a usb hardrive to record to.2 remotes 1 you can talk into tell it turn over but not tried that one yet as I only had mine a weekcant beat it for £300 ish but its white so may not suit. hope this helps


Ao are not one of the selected sellers for the code?
wish they had the 40 inch version as well...
Edited by: "mode_101" 16th Oct 2019
Code works. Good find
ive been made aware that the code not active for ao.com sorry bad assumption on my part as both worked last week when I got mine saved about £105 superb tv tho, sorry for any inconvenience.
strange15/10/2019 22:22

check out the 7410 on ao .com ebay ao giving 10% plus 20%code brings it …check out the 7410 on ao .com ebay ao giving 10% plus 20%code brings it to a tad over £300 about 310 but far better tv wi fi record to a usb or plug in a usb hardrive to record to.2 remotes 1 you can talk into tell it turn over but not tried that one yet as I only had mine a weekcant beat it for £300 ish but its white so may not suit. hope this helpsedit 7410 not 7420


do you have the link please?
strange15/10/2019 22:22

check out the 7410 on ao .com ebay ao giving 10% plus 20%code brings it …check out the 7410 on ao .com ebay ao giving 10% plus 20%code brings it to a tad over £300 about 310 but far better tv wi fi record to a usb or plug in a usb hardrive to record to.2 remotes 1 you can talk into tell it turn over but not tried that one yet as I only had mine a weekcant beat it for £300 ish but its white so may not suit. hope this helpsedit 7410 not 7420



Looks like a good deal. How are you getting the 10% and 20% off? Also, what kind of warranty do AO do?
Paid £349 for an LG at John Lewis. Only for the kitchen but the 5 year warranty sells it for me. Worth paying more.
Owned this model, it's great picks up wifi really well and can playback high bitrate content without issues however the stand is really poor and was the reason why I had to replace it ,fell over after being nudged slightly.
WhatHiFi gave this model a glowing review. Samsung UE43RU7470. What are people’s thoughts on the spec to price ratio to the one posted here? It would be for the bedroom.
Any good as a computer monitor ?
Would anyone happen to know if currys would price match providing they have this model In store?
idontbyte16/10/2019 08:59

Any good as a computer monitor ?


I am looking for the same.. want to use a cheap 4K TV as computer monitor. But not sure how to find the details for 4:4:4 chroma subsampling. Anybody have any idea please?
balusri16/10/2019 10:09

I am looking for the same.. want to use a cheap 4K TV as computer monitor. …I am looking for the same.. want to use a cheap 4K TV as computer monitor. But not sure how to find the details for 4:4:4 chroma subsampling. Anybody have any idea please?


expertreviews.co.uk/lg/1409853/lg-um7400-review&ved=2ahUKEwi7v9TClJ_lAhUMK1AKHUG6CNwQFjAAegQIBRAB&usg=AOvVaw0hMvNXbY2o_hgTA2cBnuJ1&cshid=1571173373778

This (£349) gets great reviews as a 4k monitor, looking for one myself...
Edited by: "hotUKdealFINDER" 16th Oct 2019
hotUKdealFINDER16/10/2019 11:09

expertreviews.co.uk/lg/1409853/lg-um7400-review&ved=2ahUKEwi7v9TClJ_lAhUMK1AKHUG6CNwQFjAAegQIBRAB&usg=AOvVaw0hMvNXbY2o_hgTA2cBnuJ1&cshid=1571173373778This (£349) gets great reviews as a 4k monitor, looking for one myself...


thanks.. that looks good. Also, it is available for £279 from eBay HughesDirect - ebay.co.uk/itm…974
balusri16/10/2019 11:28

thanks.. that looks good. Also, it is available for £279 from eBay …thanks.. that looks good. Also, it is available for £279 from eBay HughesDirect - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LG-43UM7400PLB-43-ULTRA-HD-4K-Smart-LED-TV/401794584974



With a code?
I would opt also to pay a little more if you can and go richer sounds or john lewis, these new crop of LED tvs can easily break down they just ain't built as good as the old fashioned LCD TVs that weighted and ton and still work after 20 years.

Had a Samsung 43" fail on me at 1.5 year mark, pretty surprisingly the price tag of £800 I paid few years back course now they only cost £300.

Also if you can go into Currys or John lewis and actually look at the TV and wiggle your head side to side check viewing angles and compare the image quality, I found the LGs with IPS panels had better colours and better viewing angles but the blacks looked milky grey.

Black is very important imo and Samsung TVs still can use a great deal of VA panels, perhaps not the best viewing angles but still have decent colours and more importantly black looks black at least. No point having a TV that can't display one of the most important shades of colour properly but have a look in person.
Probably a really silly question but would this tv fit any type of wall bracet I buy as long as it’s heavy enough to support the tv?
as long as the bracket holds 40-45" TV yes
I have this tv bought from coop 2 years ago £309 absolutely love it.
Found a few negative reviews on this TV scattered around the web. Bought the LG 43UM7500PLA 43" ULTRA HD 4K TV from them on the same deal, paying £323. It arrived today and it seems great value for what I've received, this LG is the best 43" TV available according to WHICH?
rico198716/10/2019 09:41

Would anyone happen to know if currys would price match providing they …Would anyone happen to know if currys would price match providing they have this model In store?


No because currys doesn't price match nor will any retailer price match Ebay. I asked john lewis already a day ago
Poospoon16/10/2019 12:26

Probably a really silly question but would this tv fit any type of wall …Probably a really silly question but would this tv fit any type of wall bracet I buy as long as it’s heavy enough to support the tv?


You would need a wall bracket that is designed to hold this size. I have this one and it's excellent. Covers a wide range of sizes.

amazon.co.uk/Inv…8-3
Would this be a good gaming tv
emptypocketz16/10/2019 12:22

I would opt also to pay a little more if you can and go richer sounds or …I would opt also to pay a little more if you can and go richer sounds or john lewis, these new crop of LED tvs can easily break down they just ain't built as good as the old fashioned LCD TVs that weighted and ton and still work after 20 years.Had a Samsung 43" fail on me at 1.5 year mark, pretty surprisingly the price tag of £800 I paid few years back course now they only cost £300.Also if you can go into Currys or John lewis and actually look at the TV and wiggle your head side to side check viewing angles and compare the image quality, I found the LGs with IPS panels had better colours and better viewing angles but the blacks looked milky grey.Black is very important imo and Samsung TVs still can use a great deal of VA panels, perhaps not the best viewing angles but still have decent colours and more importantly black looks black at least. No point having a TV that can't display one of the most important shades of colour properly but have a look in person.


Think you hit the nail on the head here. Precisely why, having seen a 2019 49" LG IPS in person that I nearly bought online, I was disappointed in the colour schematics vs a VA panel that pops brightness and colours and contrast ratios. I won't buy IPS when it fails to achieve the colours a VA can output. This is useful for all those that need more advice:

rtings.com/tv/…lcd
emptypocketz16/10/2019 12:22

I would opt also to pay a little more if you can and go richer sounds or …I would opt also to pay a little more if you can and go richer sounds or john lewis, these new crop of LED tvs can easily break down they just ain't built as good as the old fashioned LCD TVs that weighted and ton and still work after 20 years.Had a Samsung 43" fail on me at 1.5 year mark, pretty surprisingly the price tag of £800 I paid few years back course now they only cost £300.Also if you can go into Currys or John lewis and actually look at the TV and wiggle your head side to side check viewing angles and compare the image quality, I found the LGs with IPS panels had better colours and better viewing angles but the blacks looked milky grey.Black is very important imo and Samsung TVs still can use a great deal of VA panels, perhaps not the best viewing angles but still have decent colours and more importantly black looks black at least. No point having a TV that can't display one of the most important shades of colour properly but have a look in person.


Absolutely agree on the extra cover point. Our 65" LG OLED C7 failed before a year, and our 65" Samsung Q6FN failed within 5 months! Both were purchased from RS, and both were replaced with brand new panels. Perhaps we were unlucky, but unlucky twice and I start to question the quality of the manufacturing and components. We no longer are in the CRT or Pioneer Kuro age, these things are designed to be quite disposable it seems, at a loss to the purchasers...
Had a look at this, but opted for the hisense 7500 instead, gets good reviews
Bought this today
dandare0016/10/2019 08:01

WhatHiFi gave this model a glowing review. Samsung UE43RU7470. What are …WhatHiFi gave this model a glowing review. Samsung UE43RU7470. What are people’s thoughts on the spec to price ratio to the one posted here? It would be for the bedroom.


WhatHiFi will give any old crap a glowing review if you give them enough advertising money
I received mine today and I'm really impressed with it for the price 😁
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