** SAMSUNG UE50JU6400 Smart Ultra HD 4k 50" LED TV x4 HDMI now £449 @ Currys **
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** SAMSUNG UE50JU6400 Smart Ultra HD 4k 50" LED TV x4 HDMI now £449 @ Currys **

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Found 17th Mar 2016
Nice price. What i think might be possible is to get a further £20 off from an instore purchase using an O2 Priority voucher - Save £20 when you spend £300 or more in-store - valid until 20/03

or TCB 1.51% / Quidco 1.5%

Experience TV like never before with the 4k and Smart capabilities of the Samsung UE50JU6400 Smart Ultra HD 4k 50" LED TV.

Captivating Ultra HD 4k

Featuring an incredibly detailed 4k LED screen that delivers the finest detail and makes colours come alive in your home, the Samsung UE50JU6400 is as good as it gets.

Experience beautifully sharp images with captivating clarity that puts you closer to the action. Whether you're watching 4k content or wanting to upscale high definition media, Samsung's innovative UHD upscaling technology makes light work of it, transforming Full HD content and making it up to four times more detailed.

Images appear naturally vibrant with Samsungs PurColour and deliver brighter, richer, more natural and true-to-life tones. The 900 PQI is ideal for fast paced sports fans such as football or motor racing, as well as passionate gamers.

Smart TV and Freeview HD Connect the UE50JU6400 Smart TV to the web using either the built-in WiFi adapter or Ethernet port to access a comprehensive world of Smart TV services and catch-up TV.

BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, All 4 and Demand 5 offer all you need to keep you up to date, but if that's not enough content to enjoy, you'll also be able to stream 4K movies and more from subscription sites like Netflix.

The quad core processor makes it a breeze to multitask on your television, letting you enjoy live TV side-by-side with your apps and online services. Offering smooth browsing, all your entertainment is at your fingertips.

Take advantage of the Samsung App Store and add to your existing social media portfolio of Facebook and Twitter, keeping you in the loop without even having to move from your settee. Thanks to the Freeview HD tuner, you will also be able to enjoy a range of digital channels without a monthly subscription – perfect for a family with a diverse taste in programmes.

Recommendations based on what you love to watch

Based on your actual viewing preferences, the UE50JU6400 is able to suggest programmes it believes you would enjoy, letting you discover more TV without having to go looking for it.

Its technology also allows it to show you top ranked and most popular shows from the last week. This intuitive function helps find the programmes you want by learning the programmes you love.

Multi-Link screen

With Multi-Link screen you can enjoy two different channels at the same time with no compromises. Watch live TV and use the other screen to tweet about it, browse the web or watch content from another source.

You'll be able to adjust both screen sizes so you can see more of what you want.
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That's pretty damned hot.
I'm quite tempted at that price
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Very hot - you can get another £20 off if you click and collect if you have O2 priority using the £20 off £300 spend
Your better of with the H6400 model which is only full HD but a very highly rated set. Low end 4K tv's are just a waste of money
Just tried JL pricematch but they don't sell the 50"
I didn't think Samsung did a 50 inch in this series...48 and 55 are the only ones I've seen...perhaps I need to get out more.
Is there a 55" version of this ?
mmurdoch

Your better of with the H6400 model which is only full HD but a very … Your better of with the H6400 model which is only full HD but a very highly rated set. Low end 4K tv's are just a waste of money


Disagree.
bluntmachetti

Is there a 55" version of this ?


Yes
rgbdirect.co.uk/Pro…400
£100 off with the 100PNDOFF code
Edited by: "twinkle" 17th Mar 2016
I'd warn anyone against very low end 4k tv's, you want some form of higher colour gamut to make use of 4k content, with samsung thats the nano crystal so you want the 6800 at a minimum and even that doesn't have HDR.
Seems to possibly be some kind of Currys PCWorld uk exclusive as this is sold in other regions but not generally in the uk.
Was 699 when I looked earlier in the week so go go go.

Anyone know what the panel is in this 50??? Reviews are hard to find.
Just clicked through and showing as £649 for me :(.
Although when I add it to the basket in the description bit it says £449 but, basket doesnt discount it down to that.

Edit: Ok now shows as £449 on the listing page but, once in basket it does go to £649.
Edited by: "bex85" 17th Mar 2016
blackieadam

I'd warn anyone against very low end 4k tv's, you want some form of … I'd warn anyone against very low end 4k tv's, you want some form of higher colour gamut to make use of 4k content, with samsung thats the nano crystal so you want the 6800 at a minimum and even that doesn't have HDR.



​Stop talking rubbish. Do you actually have a 4k TV?
Connectivity: HDMI 2.0 x 4
Is it edge lit or direct lit LED?
Must have been an error back up to price now

Asked them via live chat why it showed as £449 on the listing page but then £649 in the basket when I try to buy.

I'm afraid the price is £649 and the website is currently updating which … I'm afraid the price is £649 and the website is currently updating which is why the correct price is shown on the basket but not the product page, apologies for any inconvenience.

Live chat confirms a technical issue and it is 649 as per when you add it to the cart. They are working on getting the price changed.
I put the bundle with the HDMI cable in for £453.50 but it wouldn't let me checkout...did let me reserve though
Wonder what will happen....I await the phone call.
Guys really... buying anything from currys over 200 qyis is dumb the customer service is a joke! Even with the extra cover they dont really cover you... ive had trouble tvs in the past my current one is a replacement from them but they only match spec so you pay all the cover costs over the years and when it ends up knackered they give you a model that matches spec but its spec from 2 year ago lol... theyve taken my tv away twice to replace the screen but didnt do a very good job and the tv ended up with buzzing noises and crap.

Stick to amazon they swap the tv out and your golden.
Got to agree there's no way id buy a tv from curry's your far better with Richer Sounds or John Lewis.
As for low budget 4k's please spend some time doing your homework and read up on such sets as there crap.
mmurdoch

Got to agree there's no way id buy a tv from curry's your far better with … Got to agree there's no way id buy a tv from curry's your far better with Richer Sounds or John Lewis. As for low budget 4k's please spend some time doing your homework and read up on such sets as there crap.


My friend has the 48 version..sure doesn't look like c**p to me...although I do agree JL with the warranty is a better option
Currently the 48 is £549 from JL and around £500 from other sources
Edited by: "twinkle" 17th Mar 2016
Showing as £649.00
It's at £649 now
Can anyone recommend the best Samsung FLAT screen 55-inch set?
Sharpharp

Can anyone recommend the best Samsung FLAT screen 55-inch set?


OLED or 'low-end' to quote other posters?
Edited by: "twinkle" 17th Mar 2016
Sharpharp

Can anyone recommend the best Samsung FLAT screen 55-inch set?


OLED or 'low-end' to quote other posters?
I'm considering the JU6800 6 series..I have a price match with JL for £769 but noticed this morning they now have it at £799 so looks like prices are falling
mmurdoch

Got to agree there's no way id buy a tv from curry's your far better with … Got to agree there's no way id buy a tv from curry's your far better with Richer Sounds or John Lewis. As for low budget 4k's please spend some time doing your homework and read up on such sets as there crap.



​I stick to my local independent retailer. Top service because they want to keep your business and care about you rather than the ignorant staff in Currys and whatnot
mmurdoch

Got to agree there's no way id buy a tv from curry's your far better with … Got to agree there's no way id buy a tv from curry's your far better with Richer Sounds or John Lewis. As for low budget 4k's please spend some time doing your homework and read up on such sets as there crap.



I'm all for doing the research and looking at the stats and specs. But nothing competes with getting a set demoed with the kind of content you'd normally watch - John Lewis are great for this.
I bought a 'budget 4k' and It's quite simply the best looking panel I've used (and there have been many over the years). Every single thing I've pushed through it from blu-ray, SD, HD, 4k, local to streamed looks simply stunning. Couldn't be happier. I'd recommend that buying approach to anyone rather than just relying on others opinions. At the end of the day reviews and third-party opinion can only get you so far. When you sit down and watch it's got to be good for you. Same with any subjective medium.
For me, I don't care for Samsung TVs. I find the colours are always too saturated even after adjustment and I don't like the software. But where's the point in yelling they're c**p from the rooftops? Many people love them.
I don't like them but I'd just say to any perspective buyer, go see and try it for yourself.
This seems to be a good price for this particular model so, as this is a deals site, voting hot.
paradigm

I'm all for doing the research and looking at the stats and specs. But … I'm all for doing the research and looking at the stats and specs. But nothing competes with getting a set demoed with the kind of content you'd normally watch - John Lewis are great for this.I bought a 'budget 4k' and It's quite simply the best looking panel I've used (and there have been many over the years). Every single thing I've pushed through it from blu-ray, SD, HD, 4k, local to streamed looks simply stunning. Couldn't be happier. I'd recommend that buying approach to anyone rather than just relying on others opinions. At the end of the day reviews and third-party opinion can only get you so far. When you sit down and watch it's got to be good for you. Same with any subjective medium.For me, I don't care for Samsung TVs. I find the colours are always too saturated even after adjustment and I don't like the software. But where's the point in yelling they're c**p from the rooftops? Many people love them.I don't like them but I'd just say to any perspective buyer, go see and try it for yourself.This seems to be a good price for this particular model so, as this is a deals site, voting hot.


Up scaling is a major issue with some sets, especially from SD
paradigm

I'm all for doing the research and looking at the stats and specs. But … I'm all for doing the research and looking at the stats and specs. But nothing competes with getting a set demoed with the kind of content you'd normally watch - John Lewis are great for this.I bought a 'budget 4k' and It's quite simply the best looking panel I've used (and there have been many over the years). Every single thing I've pushed through it from blu-ray, SD, HD, 4k, local to streamed looks simply stunning. Couldn't be happier. I'd recommend that buying approach to anyone rather than just relying on others opinions. At the end of the day reviews and third-party opinion can only get you so far. When you sit down and watch it's got to be good for you. Same with any subjective medium.For me, I don't care for Samsung TVs. I find the colours are always too saturated even after adjustment and I don't like the software. But where's the point in yelling they're c**p from the rooftops? Many people love them.I don't like them but I'd just say to any perspective buyer, go see and try it for yourself.This seems to be a good price for this particular model so, as this is a deals site, voting hot.


Good advice and common sense approach...would you care to reveal your 'budget TV' brand?
twinkle

OLED or 'low-end' to quote other posters?I'm considering the JU6800 6 … OLED or 'low-end' to quote other posters?I'm considering the JU6800 6 series..I have a price match with JL for £769 but noticed this morning they now have it at £799 so looks like prices are falling



Ok, I'm still considering one of the LG OLEDs, but I've seen some great looking LED sets as well.
What would you guys recommend for the following requirements
1) Must be 55-inch and FLAT Screen only (I don't want a curved set, and most manufacturers are ditching curves)
2) Must be future proof and have HDR and 4K (not bothered about 3d its just a gimmick which will be dropped soon)
3) Not bothered if OLED or LED
4) Must be good at upscaling Standard definition
5) Reasonable fast responsive remote
6) Cost aside, just recommend me the best combined set for the above spec.

Thanks

I'm all ears,
Edited by: "Sharpharp" 17th Mar 2016
blackieadam

I'd warn anyone against very low end 4k tv's, you want some form of … I'd warn anyone against very low end 4k tv's, you want some form of higher colour gamut to make use of 4k content, with samsung thats the nano crystal so you want the 6800 at a minimum and even that doesn't have HDR.


No you don't!
Sharpharp

Ok, I'm still considering one of the LG OLEDs, but I've seen some great … Ok, I'm still considering one of the LG OLEDs, but I've seen some great looking LED sets as well.What would you guys recommend for the following requirements1) Must be 55-inch and FLAT Screen only (I don't want a curved set, and most manufacturers are ditching curves)2) Must be future proof and have HDR and 4K (not bothered about 3d its just a gimmick which will be dropped soon)3) Not bothered if OLED or LED4) Must be good at upscaling Standard definition5) Reasonable fast responsive remote6) Cost aside, just recommend me the best combined set for the above spec.ThanksI'm all ears,




If I had the money I would, without a shadow of doubt buy the Panasonic TX-58DX902B or TX-65DX902B. Panasoinc have the most colour accurate pictures going, not to mention excellent motion handling & up scaling. Two problems with this TV 1) The stand is the width of the TV, so you would need a big unit or have it wall mounted. 2nd) Not a real problem but might be for you. They do not do a 55", only 58" & 65" (If you have the room and money I would get personally get the 65" as 4K is not that noticeable on a 55" TV unless you sit very close)
mmurdoch

Your better of with the H6400 model which is only full HD but a very … Your better of with the H6400 model which is only full HD but a very highly rated set. Low end 4K tv's are just a waste of money


Again more rubbish!

'Low end' 4k TV's are pretty much a match for their (note the correct their, there, they used!) HD equivalent models. Bores go on about some panels like LG's RGBW panels like they know what they're on about and fail to realise that unless a buyer is planning on spending a couple of hundred quid in getting a tech to come and calibrate it in their home they aren't really going to see any difference in the panels.

Simple truth is a cheap panel of any sorts isn't going to have the black levels of a high end unit because it's the back lighting and processing that does most of that work, not the pixels on the screen!
madbull

If I had the money I would, without a shadow of doubt buy the Panasonic … If I had the money I would, without a shadow of doubt buy the Panasonic TX-58DX902B or TX-65DX902B. Panasoinc have the most colour accurate pictures going, not to mention excellent motion handling & up scaling. Two problems with this TV 1) The stand is the width of the TV, so you would need a big unit or have it wall mounted. 2nd) Not a real problem but might be for you. They do not do a 55", only 58" & 65" (If you have the room and money I would get personally get the 65" as 4K is not that noticeable on a 55" TV unless you sit very close)



Thanks madbull...

Is it worth hanging on for the new Samsung HDR KS9000 sets which are likely to be a similar price to the Panny?
brookysm

Again more rubbish!'Low end' 4k TV's are pretty much a match for their … Again more rubbish!'Low end' 4k TV's are pretty much a match for their (note the correct their, there, they used!) HD equivalent models. Bores go on about some panels like LG's RGBW panels like they know what they're on about and fail to realise that unless a buyer is planning on spending a couple of hundred quid in getting a tech to come and calibrate it in their home they aren't really going to see any difference in the panels.Simple truth is a cheap panel of any sorts isn't going to have the black levels of a high end unit because it's the back lighting and processing that does most of that work, not the pixels on the screen!


Utter rhubarb. But I do agree with your comments regarding the black levels on cheap panels.
People see 4k and get giddy thinking its the dogs. Low end 4k's offer nothing to a good quality full hd. Have I spelt everything correctly before spelling and grammar police turn up. The deal was never there anyway so life goes on
Edited by: "mmurdoch" 17th Mar 2016
twinkle

I didn't think Samsung did a 50 inch in this series...48 and 55 are the … I didn't think Samsung did a 50 inch in this series...48 and 55 are the only ones I've seen...perhaps I need to get out more.


Where to? The electric shop? Rock'n'Roll!
mmurdoch

Utter rhubarb. But I do agree with your comments regarding the black … Utter rhubarb. But I do agree with your comments regarding the black levels on cheap panels.People see 4k and get giddy thinking its the dogs. Low end 4k's offer nothing to a good quality full hd. Have I spelt everything correctly before spelling and grammar police turn up. The deal was never there anyway so life goes on



Sorry you missed the final full stop. Shame on you!
Sharpharp

Thanks madbull...Is it worth hanging on for the new Samsung HDR KS9000 … Thanks madbull...Is it worth hanging on for the new Samsung HDR KS9000 sets which are likely to be a similar price to the Panny?



​Depends how desperately you need a TV. Personally don't think it will beat the Panasonic.
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twinkle

I put the bundle with the HDMI cable in for £453.50 but it wouldn't let … I put the bundle with the HDMI cable in for £453.50 but it wouldn't let me checkout...did let me reserve though :)Wonder what will happen....I await the phone call.


I have reserved one - got confirmation email with the price on as well and gave my phone number but not had a call yet - have they called you or have you collected it yet?
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