SAMSUNG UE49KS8000 with 5 year warranty + 10 year screen burn warranty @ RGB Direct
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SAMSUNG UE49KS8000 with 5 year warranty + 10 year screen burn warranty @ RGB Direct

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Edited by:"rosan13"Found 25th Oct
Hi guys,
Just browsing through internet, I found this. I think it's a good deal.
FREE 5 Year TV Warranty

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Isnt offering a 10 year screen burn warranty on this like offering a 10 year backlight warranty on an oled display?
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Any other sizes available?

Original Poster

KC13 m ago

Any other sizes available?


Only 49'' left

Cracking price for this brilliant tv. I think the all in one soundbars start at around £400.
Have some heat OP.
Edited by: "MickyD" 25th Oct

Isnt offering a 10 year screen burn warranty on this like offering a 10 year backlight warranty on an oled display?

Heyyyyy, this isn't a Samsung S8! Silly keyword alerts...

Original Poster

panpipe8 m ago

Heyyyyy, this isn't a Samsung S8! Silly keyword alerts...


I took it out.

Sawb29 m ago

Isnt offering a 10 year screen burn warranty on this like offering a 10 …Isnt offering a 10 year screen burn warranty on this like offering a 10 year backlight warranty on an oled display?


yep

Non in stock discontinued

i have this tv paod 500 quid roughly 9 months ago and it is an absokute cracker for hdr and gaming.

Smfn5347 m ago

Non in stock discontinued



shows in stock for me?

isn't this an old model though? what is this years equivalent?

moneybanks146 m ago

i have this tv paod 500 quid roughly 9 months ago and it is an absokute …i have this tv paod 500 quid roughly 9 months ago and it is an absokute cracker for hdr and gaming.

Where did you get this so cheap?

spongebob19135 m ago

isn't this an old model though? what is this years equivalent?

9XXX are the next series up then it's the qleds

Spec wise I think this is a good TV for the price. Don't know how it performs in the real world

spongebob191315 m ago

isn't this an old model though? what is this years equivalent?

I think the mu8000 is the 2017 model but haven't seen the 49" below £1000
Edited by: "Smadmad" 25th Oct

It's a great TV, I've got the 43" KS7500 model and I love it. Great picture and great sound

bandit1752 s ago

It's a great TV, I've got the 43" KS7500 model and I love it. Great …It's a great TV, I've got the 43" KS7500 model and I love it. Great picture and great sound



mamboboy16 m ago

9XXX are the next series up then it's the qleds



Smadmad8 m ago

I think the mu8000 is the 2017 model but haven't seen the 49" below £1000



thanks - just wish QLED existed in 49" models!

spongebob19137 m ago

thanks - just wish QLED existed in 49" models!

They do just not at this price

i saw this a few days ago & was tempted to order but I've never heard of RBG direct. Are they a reliable company with decent customer service?

Has anyone bought from RGB and have any experiences to share?

Can anybody tell me what the difference is here between the KS and MU series?

Aside ftom from the price?!

I think the MU are the latest model. I have a KS9000 55 inch and it's a superb picture but has some backlight problems if you watch in a dark room and black bars like you get with a widescreen movie. You can watch in full screen but the ar isn't so good of course.

I have this TV. Was £899 from Richer Sounds some months back with a free bluray player.

It is last years model. I thought all stocks had been exhausted UK wide but seems not,
Newer version is much the same but will cost you several £100s more.

Make sure you compare the correct Samsung screens. They have many model numbers.
This one is the one with a 10 bit HDR panel. You wont find that for £500.

A bargain for £799

Smadmad41 m ago

They do just not at this price



oh wow - thought OLED tech was only ever going to be 55 and above - thanks

In your first comment you said qled, now you mention oled. They are 2 different technologies.
Both have there pros and cons qled is the cheaper of the 2,
Edited by: "Smadmad" 25th Oct

Smadmad3 m ago

In your first comment you said qled, now you mention oled. They are 2 …In your first comment you said qled, now you mention oled. They are 2 different technologies. Both have there pros and cons qled is the cheaper of the 2,

Not sure about cheaper of the two but definitely the inferior of the two.

Bought a KS9000 for £899 including uhd bluray player earlier this year and was plagued with backlight issues. The technician that changed the screen (twice) told me that they share the same panel as the ks8000. Samsung support were beyond awful to deal with so you have been warned.

spongebob19131 h, 30 m ago

shows in stock for me?

Shows in stock but when you call Rgb Direct they try to sell you the Mu8000 which is much inferior and not really as good

mattk11 m ago

Not sure about cheaper of the two but definitely the inferior of the two.

Cheaper in the sense qled is cheaper to enter into as a technology because of the smaller screens available. Personally I agree oled produce the better pictures because of the superior contrast levels. Haven't had any problems with my oled as of yet but they do have more problems then qled tvs

Sawb3 h, 52 m ago

Isnt offering a 10 year screen burn warranty on this like offering a 10 …Isnt offering a 10 year screen burn warranty on this like offering a 10 year backlight warranty on an oled display?

Definatley is

Smfn5330 m ago

Shows in stock but when you call Rgb Direct they try to sell you the …Shows in stock but when you call Rgb Direct they try to sell you the Mu8000 which is much inferior and not really as good

How's the mu8000 interior? I thought it was the newer model?

KS7000, KS8000 and KS9000 models may be last years TVs but they are far superior than the MU models, the reviews also prove this.

bleachedsmiles26 m ago

How's the mu8000 interior? I thought it was the newer model?

Newer model doesn't always mean better.
The mu8000 done away with Samsung's Quantum Dot technology. The ks is the better T.v.
Edited by: "Smadmad" 25th Oct

Sawb4 h, 49 m ago

Isnt offering a 10 year screen burn warranty on this like offering a 10 …Isnt offering a 10 year screen burn warranty on this like offering a 10 year backlight warranty on an oled display?


Especially as after 10 years there is a good chance another component will have failed anyway...

spongebob19131 h, 36 m ago

oh wow - thought OLED tech was only ever going to be 55 and above - thanks …oh wow - thought OLED tech was only ever going to be 55 and above - thanks


QLED tech is still backlit, there's better LED tech out then QLED

Had this TV for almost a year and suffers from awful juddering when showing sports or fast moving images, have tried every setting config on the net but hasn’t helped. It’s a nice bright tv but far from perfect. Normally keep TVs for 5 years minimum but will change this quite quickly.

Superb tv I have a ks8000 myself and after returning a Sony and a cheaper 6000 series Samsung tv which did not match the quality and speed of this, apps load instantly.

priaulx200546 m ago

QLED tech is still backlit, there's better LED tech out then QLED

Like? I hope you mean oled

OLED has no backlight so an OLED backlight warranty would be pointless.

Samsung deliberately make the model numbers confusing. You would think that the MU8000 would be the replacement for the KS8000. But it's not, it's inferior, yet priced higher.

And then there us the US/UK differences. Our KS8000 was their KS7000. Or maybe the other way round. I don't even know because it's confusing. But it means when you read reviews online then there's a good chance it's a US review and not the TV you think it is.
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