Samsung UE48JU6400 48" 4K TV at John Lewis for £549
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Samsung UE48JU6400 48" 4K TV at John Lewis for £549

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Found 20th Mar 2016
Recently reduced from £599, this is from Samsung's entry level range but includes everything you're likely to need, including 4K resolution, Freeview HD, Samsung Smart TV features and built in Wi-Fi. From John Lewis you'll get the 5 year warranty (which I've used before and was a good service).
It's also available from Richer Sounds with a 6 year warranty for VIP members (free to join) although I've not had experience of their warranty process.
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I prices match this with cramp ton Moore for £499. In holding out for ultra hd premium as that will be the 2016 4K sets that will
Be the next thing
Better holding off for HDR TV's, also 4k is pointless on a screen of this size
What size would
You say is better for 4k
wakkaday

What size wouldYou say is better for 4k


95in
Great will have to move house
That's not necessarily true the size of the TV depends on how far away you are viewing it from.a 48'' will suit a distance of under 6 feet further than that and the difference in quality may not be noticeable There still isn'the a lot of quantity available for 4k
madbull

Better holding off for HDR TV's, also 4k is pointless on a screen of this … Better holding off for HDR TV's, also 4k is pointless on a screen of this size



What utter rubbish. Don't talk about things you clearly have no clue about.
What a helpful reply. Unless your sitting very close to a TV of this size, 4k is hardly noticeable. Is there something I'm missing that you could elaborate on
madbull

What a helpful reply. Unless your sitting very close to a TV of this … What a helpful reply. Unless your sitting very close to a TV of this size, 4k is hardly noticeable. Is there something I'm missing that you could elaborate on



To me, this sentiment is BS; I can tell the difference miles off! Put me 15ft away from a row of TVs in an electrical store, and I'd pick out the 4K sets without fail; we would repeat the test until the BS spewers were satisfied.
TacticalTimbo

To me, this sentiment is BS; I can tell the difference miles off! Put me … To me, this sentiment is BS; I can tell the difference miles off! Put me 15ft away from a row of TVs in an electrical store, and I'd pick out the 4K sets without fail; we would repeat the test until the BS spewers were satisfied.



I should of started of by saying it all depends on how far away you sit. As is stated in the below articles, which are only a few of many.

bgr.com/201…on/

gizmodo.com/a-s…556

cnet.com/uk/…id/

If you can tell the difference then great, I'm only going by what I've seen and also what I've read. At the end of the day It all boils down to picture quality, for example the LG EC930 although only HD has a much better picture quality than alot of lower end 4k TV's.
Good deal. Paid 599 at richer sounds a few weeks ago. Great tv.
I went from a 37 inch 7 year old Toshiba lcd and the difference is night and day.
I sit about 6ft away and I can definitely tell the difference between 4k and full hd. The other sofa is about 10ft away and you can still easily tell the difference from there. And I wouldn't claim to be an AV expert (the difference is so great even the wife spotted it!)
As for 4k content, Netflix has plenty but if you're not a subscriber then you are limited.
The HD and games also look superb, though the size of the screen does mean that SD looks a bit naff (like an 80s American drama according to the wife!)
Finally a nod to sports mode (which takes some tweaking but works really well when it's calibrated) and the in built speakers (which are so good I don't feel the need for a sound bar)
Hi, I am interested in this one and wondering where did I price match this from like Wakkaday mentioned above
Also is this tv any good?
I can't find this stele any cheaper than £549 anywhere
On this TV

1080 content on a 4k tv looks good on this size. I can't tell its 1080

4K demo content more detail is visible, and this is noticeable on the test footage/demo

PC work or pc gaming at 4k the difference is noticeable over 1080

Upscaling of any HD content is handled really well.

I dont think there is any disadvantage at all to 4k now, and newer tvs will handle it better.
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