Samsung UE49K6300 49" Curved Smart TV LED 1080p with 5 year guarantee @ John Lewis £449
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Samsung UE49K6300 49" Curved Smart TV LED 1080p with 5 year guarantee @ John Lewis £449

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Found 4th Jan
Good TV for a good price especially with the 5 year guarantee. This is a price match deal at John Lewis and it is also available at Tesco.

The Samsung K6300 is a tour-de-force of Smart TV technology. This curved Full HD TV features the brand’s innovative Smart platform, serving up access to the likes of Netflix and Amazon. Furthermore, this state-of-the-art set is SmartThings compatible, so you can hook it up to your hub (sold separately) and get it to turn on alongside your lights and speakers, or even as your blinds are drawn or doors locked, at the touch of a button. Other tech like Auto Depth Enhancer and Micro Dimming Pro make this TV an audio-visual power-punch for your living room.

22 Comments

Only 1080p waste of £449.

cold not Qled

sam_of_london

Only 1080p waste of £449.


No for the thousandth time, not if you have don't have any 4k feeds; when will freeview provide 4k feeds?

Original Poster

sam_of_london

Only 1080p waste of £449.



Can you suggest a better one?

Original Poster

ashmac

cold not Qled



Can you suggest a better one?

DarkAvenger

Can you suggest a better one?



​Any cheap 4k is better than this old rubbish. Hope you are buying TV to use as TV and not for brand name alone.

nice TV if you need a replacement and never buying 4k feeds. some channels still need HD and I'm not paying a higher subscription for those that have it.

I bought the same model but the 6500 which is 4k and John Lewis price matched euronics at £599

sam_of_london

​Any cheap 4k is better than this old rubbish. Hope you are buying TV to … ​Any cheap 4k is better than this old rubbish. Hope you are buying TV to use as TV and not for brand name alone.


You talk a lot of excrement.

I've just ordered a 50" 4k Panasonic TX-50DX700B for the same price delivered from the official Panasonic Outlet on ebay. Refurb i know but comes with a 12 month Panasonic gtee and is a great tv for the money. Still a few left. CLICK HERE

sam_of_london

​Any cheap 4k is better than this old rubbish. Hope you are buying TV to … ​Any cheap 4k is better than this old rubbish. Hope you are buying TV to use as TV and not for brand name alone.



Any cheap 4 k better than this ? Really?.Have you heard the saying better for people to think your a idiot than to open your mouth and prove beyond all doubt.

You can buy all Samsung branded rubbish, even their exploding phones but don't tell me this nonsense. This is £449 down the drain. Maybe it may have antique value some day but this is just £449 garbage now .

rickj

Any cheap 4 k better than this ? Really?.Have you heard the saying better … Any cheap 4 k better than this ? Really?.Have you heard the saying better for people to think your a idiot than to open your mouth and prove beyond all doubt.



​In my experience non HD looks terrible at 1080p...so I'm assuming the majority of TV channels would look even worse in 4k.

My concern would be the curved screen. Does anyone have experience of them and are they better / worse / weird?

Heat for the deal OP

UriStamonov

​In my experience non HD looks terrible at 1080p...so I'm assuming the m … ​In my experience non HD looks terrible at 1080p...so I'm assuming the majority of TV channels would look even worse in 4k.My concern would be the curved screen. Does anyone have experience of them and are they better / worse / weird?Heat for the deal OP



Some TV's upscale better than others, the 4K Hisense TV's we have do a decent job, even on SD content but some of the more obscure channels (especially on freeview) have a lower bit rate and even SD TV's have their work cut out making it look decent. Garbage in, garbage out as they say.

afroylnt

No for the thousandth time, not if you have don't have any 4k feeds; when … No for the thousandth time, not if you have don't have any 4k feeds; when will freeview provide 4k feeds?



​also will make no difference if you're sitting over 7 feet away...

silly question buy can the curved tv go on the wall

UriStamonov

​In my experience non HD looks terrible at 1080p...so I'm assuming the m … ​In my experience non HD looks terrible at 1080p...so I'm assuming the majority of TV channels would look even worse in 4k.My concern would be the curved screen. Does anyone have experience of them and are they better / worse / weird?Heat for the deal OP



​That is not true. It is just fear of the unknown as I guess you have not used a 4k TV. Simple truth is 4k can handle everything brilliantly, while full HD cannot. I watch old movies all the time on my 4k without any problem. Full HD looks much better on 4k compared to my Full HD Plasma TV which I got rid off. Don't waste money buying this rubbish. Technology changes with time and unless reduced to clear at throw away price, no point buying Full HD at this price.

UriStamonov

​In my experience non HD looks terrible at 1080p...so I'm assuming the m … ​In my experience non HD looks terrible at 1080p...so I'm assuming the majority of TV channels would look even worse in 4k.My concern would be the curved screen. Does anyone have experience of them and are they better / worse / weird?Heat for the deal OP



​That is not true. It is just fear of the unknown as I guess you have not used a 4k TV. Simple truth is 4k can handle everything brilliantly, while full HD cannot. I watch old movies all the time on my 4k without any problem. Full HD looks much better on 4k compared to my Full HD Plasma TV which I got rid off. Don't waste money buying this rubbish. Technology changes with time and unless reduced to clear at throw away price, no point buying Full HD at this price.

sam_of_london

You can buy all Samsung branded rubbish, even their exploding phones but … You can buy all Samsung branded rubbish, even their exploding phones but don't tell me this nonsense. This is £449 down the drain. Maybe it may have antique value some day but this is just £449 garbage now .


You are plain bonkers; in what way is a 4k TV better than an HD one if one has no 4k feeds,....?

sam_of_london

​That is not true. It is just fear of the unknown as I guess you have n … ​That is not true. It is just fear of the unknown as I guess you have not used a 4k TV. Simple truth is 4k can handle everything brilliantly, while full HD cannot. I watch old movies all the time on my 4k without any problem. Full HD looks much better on 4k compared to my Full HD Plasma TV which I got rid off. Don't waste money buying this rubbish. Technology changes with time and unless reduced to clear at throw away price, no point buying Full HD at this price.



sam_of_london

​That is not true. It is just fear of the unknown as I guess you have n … ​That is not true. It is just fear of the unknown as I guess you have not used a 4k TV. Simple truth is 4k can handle everything brilliantly, while full HD cannot. I watch old movies all the time on my 4k without any problem. Full HD looks much better on 4k compared to my Full HD Plasma TV which I got rid off. Don't waste money buying this rubbish. Technology changes with time and unless reduced to clear at throw away price, no point buying Full HD at this price.



A good plasma beats all Tvs bar OLED; you must have had a poor plasma. My panny 42" plasma was excellent but after 7 years it died and was'nt worth repairing

Very expensive 4k sets will probably produce a good full HD picture but if you paying £800 -£900+ buy an OLED instead unless you are a 4k gamer in which yes go 4k.

clarissaroberts

silly question buy can the curved tv go on the wall



​Yes if you live in a lighthouse.

Nothing wrong with this panel, actually its one of the better price v quality from the 2015 Samsung 6 range. Like already mentioned I have choosen to go with a 1080 panel due to lack of 4k content and the poor upscaling on the current 4k panels, you need to be spending £1k plus to get anywhere near proper HDR and even then I would be looking at OLED which are clearly the way to go, best advice save your money get this, sit back enjoy and over the next 18mths use the money saved to buy an OLED when its sub £1k...........
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