** Samsung UE50H6400 50" (2014 model) LED FULL HD 1080p 3D Smart TV, with Freeview HD, Voice Control and 2x 3D Glasses now £799.95 @ John Lewis with 5 year guarantee **
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** Samsung UE50H6400 50" (2014 model) LED FULL HD 1080p 3D Smart TV, with Freeview HD, Voice Control and 2x 3D Glasses now £799.95 @ John Lewis with 5 year guarantee **

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Found 2nd May 2014
Was £899.95. Lowest price around for this amazing TV.

The powerful Quad Core processor in the UE50H6400 significantly boosts performance with faster access to Smart features and true multitasking capabilities. Enjoy super fast app response times, watch TV while simultaneously taking a Skype call, or carry on viewing your favourite programme whilst using an app. It's now even easier to toggle between apps, online services and on-air TV to enjoy a truly seamless TV experience.

The incredibly sharp LED screen gives you vibrant colours and more defined contrast on all your media. Paired with the 3D HyperReal Engine, it also renders beautiful Active 3D that will bring more depth to your movies. You can even upscale you 2D classics to 3D using onboard conversion.

Integrated Wi-Fi gives you the freedom to enjoy a selection of online entertainment like BBC iPlayer, ITV Player and Twitter over your home network without the need for messy cables. It also allows for easy DLNA streaming from around your house.

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I was about to but the samsung ue46f8000 today. But UE50H6400 is newer model and bigger! anyone know any big difference between ue46f8000 and this one? except the size! thanks

TEMPTING!

bad user reviews though

cold. can get a 50" TV from asda for <£300.

kylewalker

cold. can get a 50" TV from asda for



Just curious why you're looking for Nike air force 1 mid trainers on another thread, when you could get a pair of trainers for £10 from Asda?

Clearly the two are equivalent, as are these two TVs.

At this sort of money you should be looking at a Sony panel, nothing can touch Sony in the LCD field at the moment imho.

I'm waiting until a 50" TV is under £70,
it can't be long now with Polaroid quality
already so cheap.

I have the 55" since it came out and it is absolutely brilliant. I bought the Evolution Kit for it late last year for less than £200 and it was like buying a new TV as it upgraded the dual CPU to a quad CPU and added other improvements including the new Samsung Hub which is a huge dramatic difference. My WiFi connection is now flying and I don't need a wired network even for downloading updates.

Samsung UE55ES8000 (Ver No 02) incl Evolution Kit; Onkyo HTX-22 HDX 5.1; SKY HD+ (x2); WD TV Live Hub Media Centre 1Tb; Samsung BD ES6000E; Bose Wave Music System ll with Wave iPod Dock; Chromecast; iPod Touch; Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1; Samsung Galaxy Note 3; VM BB 100Mb;

gwapenut

Just curious why you're looking for Nike air force 1 mid trainers on … Just curious why you're looking for Nike air force 1 mid trainers on another thread, when you could get a pair of trainers for £10 from Asda? Clearly the two are equivalent, as are these two TVs.



Just trolling. I ever wrote on that cheap TV thread saying that reviews on most polaroid TV sets aren't great. Of course this TV is better and considering it is almost 3 times the price it should be. FYI I like Nike air forces and how they look, if asda had trainers for £10 that looked just as good I'd get them but sadly they don't.

TheOak

You should be able to do a price match with Currys THEN get £10 back for … You should be able to do a price match with Currys THEN get £10 back for every goal England scores.


Does it come with 5 year warranty as well when bought from currys?

I'm relieved! All too believable around here though, no wonder you were trolling

Edited by: "gwapenut" 2nd May 2014

Also 48 inch version for £100 less which is cheaper than the 42 inch version...

voice control is gimmicky

gwapenut

Just curious why you're looking for Nike air force 1 mid trainers on … Just curious why you're looking for Nike air force 1 mid trainers on another thread, when you could get a pair of trainers for £10 from Asda? Clearly the two are equivalent, as are these two TVs.



Not if Nike are made by the same people as these £10 trainers, which seems to be the case now a days with Rebadged TVs.

Also 48 inch version for £100 less which is cheaper than the 42 inch version...

Leftfield_2k2

At this sort of money you should be looking at a Sony panel, nothing can … At this sort of money you should be looking at a Sony panel, nothing can touch Sony in the LCD field at the moment imho.



You've seen the picture on this then?

anyone know the latency on this TV? want it for gaming.

oscarkeri

anyone know the latency on this TV? want it for gaming.



The UN50H6400 is the same model in the USA and has been around a little longer so there are a few more reviews floating around which quote 30ms input lag. Apparently not ground breaking but acceptable...

SP2013

I was about to but the samsung ue46f8000 today. But UE50H6400 is newer … I was about to but the samsung ue46f8000 today. But UE50H6400 is newer model and bigger! anyone know any big difference between ue46f8000 and this one? except the size! thanks






the f8000 has a built in camera at top of tv so you can use hand signals

just tried to buy the 48" version from currys , same price has john lewis. currys the dummies would not include 5 years warranty, so walked i did. john lewis have my money.

Bought it this weekend. Love the Touch Pad Controller

hi

is this tv good for sky sports hd?
are there are lip sync issues?
vesa wall mount?

thanks

Leftfield_2k2

At this sort of money you should be looking at a Sony panel, nothing can … At this sort of money you should be looking at a Sony panel, nothing can touch Sony in the LCD field at the moment imho.


Using samsung's panels though...

Lozsta

Using samsung's panels though...



Not just Sammy pannels, Sharp and other outsourced panels are used, however Panel drivers/control gear are significantly important when putting together a award winning TV :-)

Leftfield_2k2

Not just Sammy pannels, Sharp and other outsourced panels are used, … Not just Sammy pannels, Sharp and other outsourced panels are used, however Panel drivers/control gear are significantly important when putting together a award winning TV :-)



It is LED not LCD just as an aside.

The LCD arm of Sony was bought out by Samsung, who provide the panels. They are not going to outsource one of their core business arms. I went on a huge anti Samsung Crusade and had to concede defeat, if you want to avoid them in the "decent" TV marketplace you are screwed they are everywhere.

THIS IS £749 now at John Lewis and still £799 at Richer Sounds.

Again this is now £699 at Richer Sounds

I just bought the Samsung UE50H6400,with a 5 year warranty.besides the TV being worth every penny,A 5 yr warranty is incredible.Life span is always tricky to predict with flat screens.buying this sweet TV is a no brainer.

JokHAer_Haha

I just bought the Samsung UE50H6400,with a 5 year warranty.besides the TV … I just bought the Samsung UE50H6400,with a 5 year warranty.besides the TV being worth every penny,A 5 yr warranty is incredible.Life span is always tricky to predict with flat screens.buying this sweet TV is a no brainer.



how is the sound on this TV, dont want to be messing with soundbars, thinking of this tv or the sony 50"
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