Samsung UE49KS7500 Silver - 49inch 4K Ultra HD Curved TV with Quantum Dot £789.99 @ Co-OP
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Samsung UE49KS7500 Silver - 49inch 4K Ultra HD Curved TV with Quantum Dot £789.99 @ Co-OP

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Found 27th Mar 2017
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Great Price, Question is Curved really that more of a benefit than say the KS7000 Series at 55" for an extra £40? - http://www.applianceelectronics.co.uk/viewproduct.asp?pid=11847

Really not sure what to do!
I'm puzzled as to why this is cold, seems like a cracking price for a highly rated TV. Sure you can get a bigger (flat) TV for a little more but not everyone wants or needs a TV the size of your house's gable end.

I'm considering buying this TV myself which is £899 at Currys or John Lewis (OOS) albeit with a 5 year guarantee but allegedly Co-Op do sensibly priced warranties.

Also available from Hughes for £849 less £30 which supposedly includes a 5 year warranty too.

Does anyone have any bad experience of buying either from Co-Op or Hughes? The Co-Op is a recognised/trusted brand in my eyes.
Will you be sitting directly opposite the centre of the screen? If not, viewing angles are diminished and the sense of immersion you get with a curved screen will also be lessened. Box shaped (think swimming pools as an example) can appear distorted off centre.
To be honest....I don't think you benefit going curved unless you go for 55" or upwards. It's great as a mini IMAX.....but not suitable for everyday content.

Will you be sitting directly opposite the centre of the screen?



Not directly opposite but not massively off centre, maybe 25 degrees or so. TV will be in the corner of the room - does this make it better or worse? According to Samsung's own blurb - curved screens give a wider viewing experience.
The flat 7000 version of this TV also looks very good with very little in them price wise.

If there are other TVs that offer 4k HDR in a 10bit panel with good upscaling at a similar (or less) price I'd be interested to know which ones (max 49" screen)

Still struggling to appreciate why this deal is cold? Is there a better deal for this TV elsewhere?
Just phone the Co-Op and they want £190 for a 5 year warranty. That's maybe why the deal is going cold.
Cold, because the price is wrong!
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