Samsung UE49MU6400 49" Smart HDR 4K Ultra HD LED Television £372 @ Hughes / Ebay
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Samsung UE49MU6400 49" Smart HDR 4K Ultra HD LED Television £372 @ Hughes / Ebay

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Found 19th Jun
I know the code applies to 100's of items, so this may annoy some people. I was on the lookout for a really good value 4K TV, and this is well regarded at the original retail price of £499.

With code PARTY 20 it can be had for £372! Hard to beat I reckon.
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Someone postedlast night that the 49 inch panel of this model has issues.
Many many reviews mention light bleed and it’s put me off although it is a bargain price
Yup, this is the one that everyone says had light bleed issues... I think the 55" and up (if they exist) are OK, but not this size. Otherwise I'd be all over this.

Any of our resident TV experts care to comment?
Edited by: "gozo" 19th Jun
Voted Hot, but the issues are stopping me from buying.
Is the 55’ one alright ?
I've ordered, but noticed for £30 more I can get the Panasonic TX50EX700B, is this a better buy?
Edited by: "benhawkins" 19th Jun
benhawkins6 m ago

I've ordered, but noticed for £30 more I can get the Panasonic TX50EX700B, …I've ordered, but noticed for £30 more I can get the Panasonic TX50EX700B, is this a better buy?


Apparently so. I'm in the same boat. Need a 49/50 incher, anything else is too big.

You could have got the Panny for 399 price matched by JL last week I think.

Lack of warranty here is a thing.
Is there any good deals on the 40" version of this before they arent sold anymore? Looking for a second desktop monitor.
Im assuming these ones don’t have the extended warranty
I had to return this model twice due to bleeding issues. Settled for the 40" model in the end as it uses a VA panel.
tawse571 h, 23 m ago

Someone postedlast night that the 49 inch panel of this model has issues.


Yes, buy curved 49” 6500 and no issues ever
gozo54 m ago

Apparently so. I'm in the same boat. Need a 49/50 incher, anything else is …Apparently so. I'm in the same boat. Need a 49/50 incher, anything else is too big.You could have got the Panny for 399 price matched by JL last week I think. Lack of warranty here is a thing.



Yep, I was going to buy the 55 inch version but I really think you need a 5 year warranty with current TV technology, especially when you get to bigger sized panels. £400 to £500 is a lot to pay if something fails 12 months + 1 day.
tawse5714 m ago

Yep, I was going to buy the 55 inch version but I really think you need a …Yep, I was going to buy the 55 inch version but I really think you need a 5 year warranty with current TV technology, especially when you get to bigger sized panels. £400 to £500 is a lot to pay if something fails 12 months + 1 day.


Couldn’t agree more. I’d rather pay the extra £100 and have the peace of mind that the TV is warranted for the next 5-6 years. The stuff I find weird is that Hughes is still selling these sets on their website or stored at full price with only one year warranty and the extra warranty for 5 years is about £232 . I could almost get a MU8000 for that much money
Tpjsat13 m ago

Couldn’t agree more. I’d rather pay the extra £100 and have the peace of mi …Couldn’t agree more. I’d rather pay the extra £100 and have the peace of mind that the TV is warranted for the next 5-6 years. The stuff I find weird is that Hughes is still selling these sets on their website or stored at full price with only one year warranty and the extra warranty for 5 years is about £232 . I could almost get a MU8000 for that much money




Well, extra warranty have long been the dirty big profit secret for shops in the UK when buying any kind of electronic gadget. You would be better off, as you no doubt know, spending that money buying a better TV from JL with a good 5 year warranty.

It is a shame with Hughes as it is a great deal but 12 months is not good enough as so many of these modern TV's have longevity issues. I was watching a youtube review of this range of TV's last night and apparently the previous year's version had problems with the back of the TV's separating from the front due to heat after several months.

I also think that we are about to move to OLED being pre-dominant in the shops by Christmas. The manufacturers will be wanting to get rid of the non-OLED stock and hoping that they do so during this World Cup. I have no evidence to back this up but I have a sneaky feeling that the World Cup is not producing the sales that both the manufacturers and shops were hoping for. So, perhaps, in a few weeks time we will see some really good TV deals.
ordered samsung UE50MU6120 from john lewis yesterday which is being delivered end of the month i got it for £379 with RGB price match.

I have just sent a price match to John Lewsi for this tv just to see if it can be done...then it will be decision time
I have one of these. Had to send the first one back due to light bleed. Second one is fine
Edited by: "mepik" 19th Jun
Prices have really come down, paid £600 for the equivalent of this one 2 years ago.

I'm waiting for the 65" prices to come down though.
Apparently some of those Sharp TVs which Tesco have been selling off, which are are apparently pretty unreliable, have a 5 year warranty.
I have the 49"...it has some light bleed but not even sure I would have noticed if I wasn't looking for it ...dark room and black bars on the pic and it is there for sure...however otherwise really good set. Just ordered th 55" too...so hopefully bleed isn't a problem on that.


Does the Panny above have more than 1 year warranty?
I got 2 mu6120? for £380 each at Xmas. Way better than last years 40ku6020? for £300 Tesco. Prob has light bleed but never noticed. Motion is great, but could be better for fast moving stuff. This one looks to be 1500pqi compared to 1300pqi.
Cracking price as I bought the equivalent a year ago for £595!! I’ve had no picture issues like some are repo
mgk3 h, 18 m ago

I have the 49"...it has some light bleed but not even sure I would have …I have the 49"...it has some light bleed but not even sure I would have noticed if I wasn't looking for it ...dark room and black bars on the pic and it is there for sure...however otherwise really good set. Just ordered th 55" too...so hopefully bleed isn't a problem on that. Does the Panny above have more than 1 year warranty?


Let us know how you get on with the 55in all the negative feedback about light bleed puts me off, I sent back a hisense because it looked horrendous at night in dark room.
I have the 40 inch version of this and it's awesome
I've entered the lottery
Watching on this TV right now, honestly I’ve always been really impressed with it. The apps can get slow to load after a while but picture quality is incredible. Such a great price.
Got this tv 18 months ago. Panel had problems in first month and was replaced under Samsung warranty but administered by Richersounds no problems since and has a 6 year warranty. Paid a lot more but very happy with the picture quality
Crazy to think I paid £589 for the 49" mu6500 (curved version of this) just 9 months ago and though that was a good price..

If anyone is yet to get a 4K HDR TV, don't hesitate! Worth every penny at this price.
Got mine in the previous eBay deal via Co-Op, with a JL pricematch. That was £430 which I thought was good, so this is an excellent offer.

Installed mine yesterday (wall-mounted) and very happy with it. Did lots of testing and have absolutely no light bleeding issues.
Light bleed is only a problem if you have one with an IPS panel. Most have VA panels and look great for the price.
rob.lansdown19 m ago

Light bleed is only a problem if you have one with an IPS panel. Most have …Light bleed is only a problem if you have one with an IPS panel. Most have VA panels and look great for the price.


It's kinda wrong to have two type's of panel for same model size. How will I know which one I get.
This or the ue50mu6120?????
Edited by: "liam116" 21st Jun
TheGos19th Jun

ordered samsung UE50MU6120 from john lewis yesterday which is being …ordered samsung UE50MU6120 from john lewis yesterday which is being delivered end of the month i got it for £379 with RGB price match.I have just sent a price match to John Lewsi for this tv just to see if it can be done...then it will be decision time



Any luck with JL price match
gozo19th Jun

Apparently so. I'm in the same boat. Need a 49/50 incher, anything else is …Apparently so. I'm in the same boat. Need a 49/50 incher, anything else is too big.You could have got the Panny for 399 price matched by JL last week I think. Lack of warranty here is a thing.


Hi,
From where JL matched last week? RGB direct?
thanks
benhawkins19th Jun

I've ordered, but noticed for £30 more I can get the Panasonic TX50EX700B, …I've ordered, but noticed for £30 more I can get the Panasonic TX50EX700B, is this a better buy?


is there a big difference between both models? I cant see much here: displayspecifications.com/en/…a75
pintxo_211 h, 3 m ago

is there a big difference between both models? I cant see much here: …is there a big difference between both models? I cant see much here: https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/183e23a75


Not sure, but I went with the Panasonic in the end as I didn’t want to risk the screen bleed and have to pay to ship it back. The Panasonic has arrived and has a nice picture, blacks are surprisingly good. Peak brightness is the only thing I’d say isn’t amazing but I don’t think I can complain for £399
pintxo_213 h, 27 m ago

Hi, From where JL matched last week? RGB direct?thanks


Yeah, I'm pretty sure that was the one. The guy above will know!
jamran11 h, 5 m ago

Any luck with JL price match


Unfortunatley not they wouldn't have it...if you want the MU6120 then you can do it for £379 as it is still £50 off with RGB
TheGos6 m ago

Unfortunatley not they wouldn't have it...if you want the MU6120 then you …Unfortunatley not they wouldn't have it...if you want the MU6120 then you can do it for £379 as it is still £50 off with RGB



No idea why she said it doesn't apply at checkout. I checked and it does

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jamran3 h, 47 m ago

No idea why she said it doesn't apply at checkout. I checked and it …No idea why she said it doesn't apply at checkout. I checked and it does[Image]


The code doesn't apply to Hughes website. only there eBay shop which JL Won't match. Mine came today and there doesn't seem to be any light bleed issues but it's bright at the moment, I will have more idea in a dark room tonight.
gozo19th Jun

Apparently so. I'm in the same boat. Need a 49/50 incher, anything else is …Apparently so. I'm in the same boat. Need a 49/50 incher, anything else is too big.You could have got the Panny for 399 price matched by JL last week I think. Lack of warranty here is a thing.


You can still get the price match now, I got it confirmed yesterday for 399 with JL (should inc 5 year guarantee) and am about to buy it
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