** Samsung UE48JU6000 48-Inch Widescreen 4K Ultra HD Smart Wi-Fi LED TV with Freeview HD now £449 delivered @ Tesco Direct **
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** Samsung UE48JU6000 48-Inch Widescreen 4K Ultra HD Smart Wi-Fi LED TV with Freeview HD now £449 delivered @ Tesco Direct **

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Found 10th Feb 2016
Lowest ever price Don't forget TCB 1.57%

Immerse yourself in the ultimate home entertainment experience with the Samsung JU6000 6 Series Flat UHD Smart LED TV. With a picture quality that offers 4 times the detail of Full HD, this 48-inch TV delivers images that are exceptionally bright and clear. Samsung’s Contrast Enhancer applies varying levels of contrast enhancement to different areas and objects on the screen creating a dramatic 3D-like effect. Furthermore, thanks to innovative UHD upscaling technology you can enjoy lower resolution content in near 4k quality.

Enhance the way you interact with entertainment using Samsung's user-friendly Smart TV interface. Designed to free users from the complexities and complications of advanced technology, Smart TV provides seamless access to all your favourite catch-up TV, movies, sport and music services. It’s easy to operate and intuitive to use, so you can find, watch, launch or play your desired content effortlessly.

Perfect for gamers, the Samsung's Smart Hub gives you access to the Games Panel; featuring the latest and most exciting games, with categories including racing, sports, action and family. You can even use your Samsung Smart Control or compatible mobile device as the game controller.

The JU6000 UHD Smart LED TV runs on a powerful Quad-Core processor, which provides a seamless performance and smooth multitasking. You can even view multiple screens simultaneously, so you can watch live TV while chatting to friends, searching the web or checking in to social media.

For flawless picture quality and innovative features, look no further than the Samsung JU6000 6 Series Flat UHD Smart LED TV.
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what is the differences between the 5 and 6 series with Samsung.
The 5 series is the older models, there's no 4k version of those. Now, if someone could tell me what the difference is between this and the UE48JU6400 model that would be great?
The stand looks ugly as sin.
Be warned I brought the 4k version back end of last year. It was slow to change TV channels, often the smart hub locked up and the smart features sometimes worked other times you had to press twice on the remote. Spoke to Samsung support for a fix and they sent me a firm update, the support guy knew of the issue with the smart hub as soon as I told him it was locking up. This fixed the smart hub but the lag on channels remained, its something to do with processing the digital channel from the ariel. In the end returned it back to the store and was advised to get the panasonic, cost abit more but so much better and no lag on.


Edited by: "mitchx121" 10th Feb 2016
kestrelcampbell

The 5 series is the older models, there's no 4k version of those. Now, if … The 5 series is the older models, there's no 4k version of those. Now, if someone could tell me what the difference is between this and the UE48JU6400 model that would be great?


try the richer sounds website they might have the models to compare but also see my comment about 4k version
Edited by: "mitchx121" 10th Feb 2016
mitchx121

try the richer sounds website they might have the models to compare but … try the richer sounds website they might have the models to compare but also see my comment about 4k version



Thanks for the advice. As far as I can tell on RS website, the UE48JU6000 has one less HDMI and USB slot (which I can live with) than UE48JU6400 and it's 800PQI vs 900PQI. I've taken the plunge anyway, seems like too good a price to pass up. I bought an Amazon Fire 4k box today so I can't see me using the TV's own smart features. Hope I've done the right thing!
looks like it's gone already
OOS
Back in stock-ordered
Do i do it? Waiting 3 months to buy a tele! Help me out.
clintboon

Do i do it? Waiting 3 months to buy a tele! Help me out.


Go for it!!
OOS, OH NOOOOOOOOOOOO
clintboon

OOS, OH NOOOOOOOOOOOO


Keep trying, was saying the same for me but I kept trying and eventually it let me order.
ordered thanks
It's edge lit TV and not direct lit LED!!
Am I right that the HDMI port is not 2.0/and the Amazon 4k box requires this to function properly?
forzaf1

Am I right that the HDMI port is not 2.0/and the Amazon 4k box requires … Am I right that the HDMI port is not 2.0/and the Amazon 4k box requires this to function properly?


my current LG TV is about 6 years old and my Amazon box works fine on that, surely this is ok for it.
This or the UE48H6400?
kestrelcampbell

Thanks for the advice. As far as I can tell on RS website, the UE48JU6000 … Thanks for the advice. As far as I can tell on RS website, the UE48JU6000 has one less HDMI and USB slot (which I can live with) than UE48JU6400 and it's 800PQI vs 900PQI. I've taken the plunge anyway, seems like too good a price to pass up. I bought an Amazon Fire 4k box today so I can't see me using the TV's own smart features. Hope I've done the right thing!


Just a head ups it comes with Amazon App which you can access the amazon 4k content. I dnt know much about the amazon fire 4k box if it up streams channels or just amazon content.
**What's with the stars before and after title**
kestrelcampbell

The 5 series is the older models, there's no 4k version of those. Now, if … The 5 series is the older models, there's no 4k version of those. Now, if someone could tell me what the difference is between this and the UE48JU6400 model that would be great?


I think the 6400 version supports Chroma 4:4:4, which means those planning to use it for PC-use would be better off going with that model
riskyb

This or the UE48H6400?




6400
ramiuk1

6400



Thanks. I know the H6400 gets amazing reviews, the only thing putting me off is that it's last year's model so I figured the new one must be better, apparently not?

Hoping there might be a good deal on the 55".
Question - does 4k on this size make a noticeable difference? (with thinks like netflix uhd)
kestrelcampbell

The 5 series is the older models



The 5 series are the lower specced models, not older. It's the letter after the TV size UE48JU6000 that tells you what year this model is.
riskyb

Thanks. I know the H6400 gets amazing reviews, the only thing putting me … Thanks. I know the H6400 gets amazing reviews, the only thing putting me off is that it's last year's model so I figured the new one must be better, apparently not?Hoping there might be a good deal on the 55".



i did mean the 4k one though ,the JU6400
madridpaid_the_referee

**What's with the stars before and after title**


To make it seem **really really** important.
Oos
riskyb

This or the UE48H6400?


I think I would pay the extra £20 for the UE48H6400 at Ebuyer, for the stand if nothing else
ebuyer.com/634…xxu
Edited by: "Ruzzy" 11th Feb 2016
riskyb

This or the UE48H6400?

riskyb

This or the UE48H6400?


But that's not a 4K TV, so a bit irrelevant for this deal don't you think?


The UE48H6400 is not a 4K TV, are you sure you did not mean UE48JU6400?
Edited by: "zee54" 11th Feb 2016
So very tempted by all of these TV deals but I don't really need a new TV. Nonetheless, I would still love to get one, just cannot justify it. Plus, it'll be for the bedroom so I think 40" would be a more suitable size. Passed on the black Friday deals when the 40" version of this TV was down to £330
zee54

But that's not a 4K TV, so a bit irrelevant for this deal don't you think?



Yeah you are right (was just trying to help with the question) personally couldn't care less about 4k there's hardly any content and we all know 10k is round the corner and we should have made the jump like South Korea
The hardly any 4K content line is wearing a bit thin now. By sport broadcast in 4K, Netflix and sky has just released their 4K box in preparation for next footy seasons 4K broadcasts.
Ruzzy

Yeah you are right (was just trying to help with the question) personally … Yeah you are right (was just trying to help with the question) personally couldn't care less about 4k there's hardly any content and we all know 10k is round the corner and we should have made the jump like South Korea


True, I believe they had 8K TVs at CES this year. But if you're looking at buying a new TV and are planning on keeping it a while, then why not get the one with the latest tech? Yeah there may not be much 4K content now, but there will be soon and you don't want your new TV suddenly feeling out-of-date.

Plus the TV has upscaling, so your 1080 content will be made to look 4K.
zee54

True, I believe they had 8K TVs at CES this year. But if you're looking … True, I believe they had 8K TVs at CES this year. But if you're looking at buying a new TV and are planning on keeping it a while, then why not get the one with the latest tech? Yeah there may not be much 4K content now, but there will be soon and you don't want your new TV suddenly feeling out-of-date.Plus the TV has upscaling, so your 1080 content will be made to look 4K.



Normally I would 100% agree with you but I believe 4k to be the new "HD ready" a step to be skipped. having said that if the cost is pretty much the same and you need a new TV then get the 4k (I still hate that stand mind, so wall mounting only :))
Ruzzy

Normally I would 100% agree with you but I believe 4k to be the new "HD … Normally I would 100% agree with you but I believe 4k to be the new "HD ready" a step to be skipped. having said that if the cost is pretty much the same and you need a new TV then get the 4k (I still hate that stand mind, so wall mounting only :))



​I know someone who has one and the stand isn't actually that bad at all. You'll barely even notice them as they are pretty small. Well that's my personal opinion anyway. This is a very good TV, so don't be put off just by the feet.
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yaszq2001

what is the differences between the 5 and 6 series with Samsung.



According to Which? Samsung UE55H6400 is an older model but better than this series. However ... Which? also put one heater fan as best buy consistently although it has a known problem...
I've found myself stuck in a middle-ground of, 'I want a new TV that's future proof' and 'there's not really enough content to justify getting 4k yet'. This deal is very tempting.
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