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Samsung UE43RU7100 43" (2019) HDR10+ 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, Apple TV + 6 Years Warranty - £309 Delivered @ Richer Sounds
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Samsung UE43RU7100 43" (2019) HDR10+ 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, Apple TV + 6 Years Warranty - £309 Delivered @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 12th JanEdited by:"merb0786"

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A strong budget TV from Samsung that should be considered if you are in the market for a 43" TV. It provides good HDR handling, has an excellent smart platform and the picture provides good detail / scaling once calibrated correctly. This model also has the added benefit of local dimming when compared to the Samsung UE43RU7020.

Only slight cons i can see are lack of PVR and viewing angles will not be as good as models higher up.

Comes with a 6 Year Guarantee via Richer Sounds for peace of mind

Use code TV10 to bring price down to £309 at checkout

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Discover how good your content can look

Take your home viewing up a notch and witness all your favourite content come to life with the Samsung UE43RU7100 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV.
With HDR technology you'll get scene-by-scene image mastering, so you'll be able to see the finer details in the picture, even when the setting is dark. Your old favourites will get a new lease of life, and new shows will burst from the screen.

Find shows you'll love

If you always seem to end up flicking backwards and forwards through all your streaming and TV content platforms, the Universal Guide is going to make life a lot simpler.

With all your favourites like Netflix, Prime Video, BBC iPlayer all in one place, switching between your on-demand shows and movies couldnt be easier - you'll get recommendations based on what you love to watch too. Even better, with One Remote functionality, you can control all your connected devices with just the one TV remote, so there will be less clutter on your coffee table.

The RU7100 works with Alexa and Google Assistant, so whether you're an Amazon Echo or Google Home household, your new TV will work seamlessly with your setup.

A slim design

Designed to be super slim and give you the maximum panel area for its size, the RU7100 looks lovely from every angle. With in-built cable management, it's easy to keep wires from all your consoles and content players under control, so you can enjoy completely distraction-free viewing, with nothing pulling your attention.

Features:

  • Picture quality: 1400 PQI
  • HDR: HDR10+ / Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
  • Catch-up TV & 4K streaming
  • TV PLUS
  • HDMI 2.0a x 3
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32 Comments
this or 43" Phillps ?
stepea12/01/2020 14:18

this or 43" Phillps ?


Which model would you like me to compare it to buddy? I can try to provide an analysis if i can.
Edited by: "merb0786" 12th Jan
How does it compare to 50/55 inch models
Ralph195312/01/2020 14:49

How does it compare to 50/55 inch models


Do you mean the exact model but larger? It all boils down to requirements really. Some people do not have the space for 50"+ TV so this size is perfect for that

Any specific model you are referring to?

Thanks
Can anyone tell me if this TV on a 55" will be any good with viewing 8ft away. I have the opportunity with vouchers to get it for just shy of £300 new. I can get the 7400 for around £40 more but the stand doesn't suit my set up in the living room. Any help would be greatly appreciated. TIA
Wow..can’t believe the price has dropped will probably purchase this tomorrow in normal if you pay cash they knock of an extra 5%
UE55RU7400UXXU or ue50ru7100
Ralph195312/01/2020 14:53

UE55RU7400UXXU or ue50ru7100


Newer models so will provide slightly improved picture quality once calibrated. These models have slightly advanced HDR format and include features such as Bixby Voice control and PVR.

All boils down to your budget really and if you have the space for a larger TV.
Edited by: "merb0786" 12th Jan
What do you mean by calibrated is it something that you do when you get the telly
Ralph195312/01/2020 14:59

What do you mean by calibrated is it something that you do when you get …What do you mean by calibrated is it something that you do when you get the telly


Yes it is a case of tweaking image settings to ensure your TV is calibrated to your satisfaction depending on where the TV sits in your room and the lighting etc

There are sites/forums such as AVForums where users can provide the 'best' settings for you to adjust out of the box
Edited by: "merb0786" 12th Jan
Nice price. It looks it doesn't have bluetooh as I need it when kids go to bed. Really good price though. Heat added.
Hi, this seems a great deal, would anyone be able to offer any guidance on whether to go for this one or pay the extra for the Samsung UE43RU7470?

Can't seem to find a site comparing the two.
InfiniteOdyssey12/01/2020 15:38

Hi, this seems a great deal, would anyone be able to offer any guidance on …Hi, this seems a great deal, would anyone be able to offer any guidance on whether to go for this one or pay the extra for the Samsung UE43RU7470?Can't seem to find a site comparing the two.


Newer design too so again boils down to budget and if you want to spend the extra £100. The RU7470 certainly will have sharper HD/4K picture but i think colours will be bit too warm and again viewing angles will also be limited same as this deal i posted
Edited by: "merb0786" 12th Jan
merb078612/01/2020 14:18

Which model would you like me to compare it to buddy? I can try to provide …Which model would you like me to compare it to buddy? I can try to provide an analysis if i can.

the model in this deal - hotukdeals.com/dea…6742

or if you can suggest an alternative 43" TV.
stepea12/01/2020 16:12

the model in this deal - …the model in this deal - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-43pus6554-43-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-led-tv-259-with-code-at-currys-pc-world-3386742or if you can suggest an alternative 43" TV.


Link does not work mate
merb078612/01/2020 16:17

Link does not work mate


sorry not sure what happened there, this model PHILIPS 43PUS6554/12
stepea12/01/2020 17:06

sorry not sure what happened there, this model PHILIPS 43PUS6554/12


Avoid that TV - it's a typical entry-level set, with HDR & smart features but has poor contrast and produces cold colours. I would say that is by far one of Philips poorest TVs and one of the worst of 2019
What about this tv: LG 43UM7500PLA for £327?
Only has 2.4ghz band WiFi
clubof12/01/2020 17:25

What about this tv: LG 43UM7500PLA for £327?


Certainly a best buy from an LG at that price for a 43" - has great detail and sounds great. In comparison to this Samsung, the contrast is darker but both are good buys imo
Edited by: "merb0786" 12th Jan
merb078612/01/2020 17:09

Avoid that TV - it's a typical entry-level set, with HDR & smart features …Avoid that TV - it's a typical entry-level set, with HDR & smart features but has poor contrast and produces cold colours. I would say that is by far one of Philips poorest TVs and one of the worst of 2019


I got the Philips 6754 model with Dolby Vision. I prefer that over Samsung.
arjunvijay12/01/2020 18:00

I got the Philips 6754 model with Dolby Vision. I prefer that over Samsung.


6754 is a different model to the one i was asked to compare to.

Your model has inferior viewing when compared to the Samsung imo. HDR negatively impacts picture quality and it has poor colour balance however the price is certainly appealing no doubt for a 43" or higher and the ambilight feature is a big sell of course
Edited by: "merb0786" 12th Jan
This or the q70r
The_Fiend12/01/2020 18:24

This or the q70r


No comparison. Q70R is a far superior model and in a different league
Would the Richer Sounds warranty be as good as the John Lewis? Has anyone had to use the warranty a few years after they purchased their TV from Richer Sounds?

I know you get 6 years with Richer Sounds compared to 5 years with John Lewis.
MIB1512/01/2020 19:04

Would the Richer Sounds warranty be as good as the John Lewis? Has anyone …Would the Richer Sounds warranty be as good as the John Lewis? Has anyone had to use the warranty a few years after they purchased their TV from Richer Sounds?I know you get 6 years with Richer Sounds compared to 5 years with John Lewis.


Richer Sounds warranty is exceptional
@merb0786 what would be your top 3 - 43" TV - might give me some idea what to look out for.
Thanks, I've been looking at this tv for some time, ordered.
Could anyone please recommend a 43” tv, that’s good to watch football on, and still have a good picture from wider viewing angles please. I would love a bigger screen but can only fit a 43” into the corner of the room. Thanks in advanc
Picked up this model from Argos yesterday. Really pleased with it, looks great with my PS4 Pro in 4K. Freeview HD looks good, the set is pretty responsive to remote commands. Viewing angle isn’t amazing but for my living room it’s fine. I think the sound is good, despite the negative comments about it. Very happy with it and I paid £329
What about this or the Q60r? Everything I've read a out the q60r is a bit like it's a half assed QLED set?
Is there Freeview or Freeview Play?
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