Samsung UE50KU6000 50" 4K HDR Smart LED TV  £449.00 Argos
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Samsung UE50KU6000 50" 4K HDR Smart LED TV £449.00 Argos

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Found 6th Jul 2017
Back at lower price again... when posted last time - many people confirmed they got newer MU6100 model instead of this
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Just to make people aware, argos returns outside of 30 days are a nightmare.

I bought the 55" Philips that was on here the other week for £449

It had vertical banding and i wanted to return it.

Argos wanted me to ring a phillips number
Philips wanted me to download an image, test it, send a picture to them, send a video, send my soul etc.
They would then send an engineer to confirm.
They would then give me an RMA number
I can then give this to Argos to replace the TV blah blah

Long story short, i had it a week, said i didn't like it (within 30 days) and got my money back. I won't be buying another from them due to this hassle and the fact vertical banding is common, i want someone with good returns like amazon...
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No codes? That TV10 Argos code would go lovely with this deal! (_;)
iz123456789

No codes? That TV10 Argos code would go lovely with this deal! (_;)



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mmmmmmmm new mtb or this tv? thanks for the predicament
pavel76

many people confirmed they got newer MU6100 model instead of this



They must have been annoyed, did Argos refund them?
Try TVSAVE but needs to be £499 +... (http://discountcode.dailymail.co.uk/argos)

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Edited by: "cocogumbo" 6th Jul 2017
cocogumbo12 m ago

Try TVSAVE but needs to be £499 +... …Try TVSAVE but needs to be £499 +... (http://discountcode.dailymail.co.uk/argos)[Image]

Order two,use the code,cancel one??
cocogumbo

Try TVSAVE but needs to be £499 +... … Try TVSAVE but needs to be £499 +... (http://discountcode.dailymail.co.uk/argos)




This works Thanks
Just to make people aware, argos returns outside of 30 days are a nightmare.

I bought the 55" Philips that was on here the other week for £449

It had vertical banding and i wanted to return it.

Argos wanted me to ring a phillips number
Philips wanted me to download an image, test it, send a picture to them, send a video, send my soul etc.
They would then send an engineer to confirm.
They would then give me an RMA number
I can then give this to Argos to replace the TV blah blah

Long story short, i had it a week, said i didn't like it (within 30 days) and got my money back. I won't be buying another from them due to this hassle and the fact vertical banding is common, i want someone with good returns like amazon...
What are AO returns like? Not heard good things.
shindigger

What are AO returns like? Not heard good things.


AO ?
I'm confused , wouldn't you want the newer one ?
pavel76

AO ?


Yeah. Appliances Online.
I got the 6100
The last time the deal was on (a few eeeks back) I was given the 6100
IMO Awful TV, backlight bleed is horrendous when viewing on axis and the stand for the TV is poor quality.
shindigger1 h, 2 m ago

What are AO returns like? Not heard good things.


Forget AO, in your first 12 months you'll be dealing with Samsung customer service and they're based in the Philippines, the communication barrier is difficult. It's taken me 6 weeks to prove I own the TV and schedule an engineer. If Samsung give me the return code (which I want as I think this TV is pants), AO are more than happy to refund. Even Richer Sounds default to Samsung service in first 12 months.
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bananaman34

mmmmmmmm new mtb or this tv? thanks for the predicament



Won't be much of an MTB for this price but this is a decent telly so telly it is.
GamerJB

Just to make people aware, argos returns outside of 30 days are a … Just to make people aware, argos returns outside of 30 days are a nightmare.I bought the 55" Philips that was on here the other week for £449It had vertical banding and i wanted to return it.Argos wanted me to ring a phillips numberPhilips wanted me to download an image, test it, send a picture to them, send a video, send my soul etc.They would then send an engineer to confirm.They would then give me an RMA numberI can then give this to Argos to replace the TV blah blahLong story short, i had it a week, said i didn't like it (within 30 days) and got my money back. I won't be buying another from them due to this hassle and the fact vertical banding is common, i want someone with good returns like amazon...



Odd you should say that as I had to return my original Philips TV after six months and I had no problems whatsoever. I just told them I'd already spoken to Philips who hasn't been able to fix the problem, they put me through to a technical department who gave me a returns number and even their name in case there were any issues. Ended up getting a full refund.
hairray2 h, 10 m ago

Forget AO, in your first 12 months you'll be dealing with Samsung customer …Forget AO, in your first 12 months you'll be dealing with Samsung customer service and they're based in the Philippines, the communication barrier is difficult. It's taken me 6 weeks to prove I own the TV and schedule an engineer. If Samsung give me the return code (which I want as I think this TV is pants), AO are more than happy to refund. Even Richer Sounds default to Samsung service in first 12 months.




2nd this a month for them to send engineer and still messing around the 3rd part repair company around after they confirmed panel fault currently awaiting panel tho for repair
davver99

2nd this a month for them to send engineer and still messing around the … 2nd this a month for them to send engineer and still messing around the 3rd part repair company around after they confirmed panel fault currently awaiting panel tho for repair



Glad to hear I'm not alone, it's a joke. I have a problem with our KS7000 too, calling them today was torture. Seriously don't think I'll buy Samsung ever again.
I got mU6100 . As for me the picture is amazing and the sound is great - but I know some of you complain. Love the voice remote. However I recently started to have movie ads by TVplus on my home screen, which is so annoying. Samsung promissed to sort it out, so hopefuly soon.

Edited by: "Zinagling" 6th Jul 2017
cocogumbo6 h, 50 m ago

Try TVSAVE but needs to be £499 +... …Try TVSAVE but needs to be £499 +... (http://discountcode.dailymail.co.uk/argos)[Image]


Thanks work a treat gives you 10% off all TV over £499.00
Showing out of stock everywhere near me. Can't even buy online for delivery.
I have the top model in the 6 series but curved. It's a amazing tv, although sound wise it's quite. Not sure why, however spent £800 on a sorround sound, but whilst waiting for it to arrive and install, the Tv even at 100 volumes level is low, compared to my Sony. However, all sorted after installing the home cinema system. Also, it's only with TV channels, but doesn't really make a difference in YouTube or any other program. I've researched online and even called Samsung, I was told there is a volume option which I already found prior to contacting support, which didn't make much difference.
Has anyone collected this yet? Which model are people getting? Have reserved it but would prefer the 6100 model 😁
Samsung doesn't support a flash player !!!
I've just returned a 6100 model
why did you return
madhunter82

I've just returned a 6100 model



Why?
GamerJB

Just to make people aware, argos returns outside of 30 days are a … Just to make people aware, argos returns outside of 30 days are a nightmare.I bought the 55" Philips that was on here the other week for £449It had vertical banding and i wanted to return it.Argos wanted me to ring a phillips numberPhilips wanted me to download an image, test it, send a picture to them, send a video, send my soul etc.They would then send an engineer to confirm.They would then give me an RMA numberI can then give this to Argos to replace the TV blah blahLong story short, i had it a week, said i didn't like it (within 30 days) and got my money back. I won't be buying another from them due to this hassle and the fact vertical banding is common, i want someone with good returns like amazon...




Sounds like your issue is with the manufacturer, not the retailer.
The spec on Argos and Amazon doesn't specify this TV has Freeview 'HD' tuner built in, only Freeview. Now I thought all new TV's were FV HD as standard, so unless they're missing the HD off 'cos it's now the norm I don't know, but I'd be very p*ssed off if I bought this and it wasn't a HD tuner - especially given the 4k screen etc.

Can anybody offer any clarity here?
Edited by: "sefgrt123" 7th Jul 2017
Is this one of those 4K HDR set that says HDR but doesnt really do HDR? I really struggle with 4K TV specs on most websites, as im told I should look for 10 bit panels not 8bit since they are not true HDR??? I would assume 10 bit panels are alot more costly.
GamerJB

Just to make people aware, argos returns outside of 30 days are a … Just to make people aware, argos returns outside of 30 days are a nightmare.I bought the 55" Philips that was on here the other week for £449It had vertical banding and i wanted to return it.Argos wanted me to ring a phillips numberPhilips wanted me to download an image, test it, send a picture to them, send a video, send my soul etc.They would then send an engineer to confirm.They would then give me an RMA numberI can then give this to Argos to replace the TV blah blahLong story short, i had it a week, said i didn't like it (within 30 days) and got my money back. I won't be buying another from them due to this hassle and the fact vertical banding is common, i want someone with good returns like amazon...



Thanks for the info. Out of interest, did you pay on a credit card?
Don't think many of these low priced 4k TVs will work with sky Q in 4k mode
Not to be had anywhere in around Belfast
31390183-FRfAh.jpgJust picked this up. Upgraded version.
sefgrt123

The spec on Argos and Amazon doesn't specify this TV has Freeview 'HD' … The spec on Argos and Amazon doesn't specify this TV has Freeview 'HD' tuner built in, only Freeview. Now I thought all new TV's were FV HD as standard, so unless they're missing the HD off 'cos it's now the norm I don't know, but I'd be very p*ssed off if I bought this and it wasn't a HD tuner - especially given the 4k screen etc.Can anybody offer any clarity here?



I looked for this and found the following in the Q&A's

Hi,

This Samsung UE40KU6000 40 Inch UHD HDR Smart LED TV features a Freeview HD digital tuner.

I hope this helps!

Panasonic. All the way.
1. No support for flash
2. No audio jack/headphone output

Now I'm thinking about Lg 49uh661v
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