Samsung UE50MU6100 50 inch Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV £499 @ Crampton and Moore + 3 month NOW TV pass
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Samsung UE50MU6100 50 inch Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV £499 @ Crampton and Moore + 3 month NOW TV pass

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Waiting for the tv experts to let me know how good or should I say worth it this tv is.... as I am on the market for a 50” 4k tv with a budget of £500
Looks ok to me but doing a quick search i see its 8-bit HDR which I'm sure will bother some of the experts.
I got this model from Argos for £429 and it's been brilliant. It's hooked up as my laptop monitor and I frequently use Netflix, Youtube and the Eurosport Players, brilliant investment.
Good price, heat.
£484 at Hughes using save35 code
Just if this helps anyone: I had one last 31 days and then got the runaround from Samsung and hughes, I'm actually glad it broke and its being replaced as I've upped to a better model as the judder was genuinely truly awful, well for me anyway (even with all the gizmos on max to try and help)...

It may be just fine for most! Good price and spot tho!
Edited by: "Merlin001" 5th Sep 2017
Kojo_Segu3 h, 5 m ago

Waiting for the tv experts to let me know how good or should I say worth …Waiting for the tv experts to let me know how good or should I say worth it this tv is.... as I am on the market for a 50” 4k tv with a budget of £500



If it says samsung across the front keep your money.
br0nny2 m ago

If it says samsung across the front keep your money.

Is the Hisense H50N6800 better than as I’m looking at that also ?
I bought this TV a few weeks ago and it's awesome. Massive upgrade from my 1080p. Colours are amazing, picture is crystal clear and the sound is great. Just make sure to turn off the motion smoothing stuff otherwise the picture looks weird.
Picked up this TV a few days ago.Not had any judder issues like some people have mentioned. Picture is fantastic for the money. After calibration the TV is very pleasing. For anyone interested in how games run and look on the set. I'm using an Xbox One S, the 4k upscaling on the One S looks amazing on this TV. Found using the Game setting obviously the best for gaming. HDR can be a fiddle to set up but when it is all sorted I can tell you that Forza horizon 3 in HDR is a sight to behold. I know it's only 8 bit but honestly for a 50inch TV from Samsung at this price what more could you expect.
Kojo_Segu3 h, 40 m ago

Waiting for the tv experts to let me know how good or should I say worth …Waiting for the tv experts to let me know how good or should I say worth it this tv is.... as I am on the market for a 50” 4k tv with a budget of £500


Can you do me a favour and let me know if you find anything decent, my budget is £1k and I'm struggling, every one I decide on has "white bleed" issues or "isn't proper HDR" it's doing my head in. I even decided on the £1500 LG OLED but apparently that's got issues too!!!!
frakison6 m ago

Can you do me a favour and let me know if you find anything decent, my …Can you do me a favour and let me know if you find anything decent, my budget is £1k and I'm struggling, every one I decide on has "white bleed" issues or "isn't proper HDR" it's doing my head in. I even decided on the £1500 LG OLED but apparently that's got issues too!!!!

If you have 1k id look at getting a ks7000/8000 Samsung, 10bit, high nits and great reviews.
Heat added... I was literally about to get the Hisense 49" 5700. Hdr 8bit+FRC for £444 from hughes...
Should I push the budget a little for the Samsung simply bc WHO THE HECK IS HISENSE?? Never heard of em.
What you reckon, go for the Samsung?
downie04046 m ago

Heat added... I was literally about to get the Hisense 49" 5700. Hdr …Heat added... I was literally about to get the Hisense 49" 5700. Hdr 8bit+FRC for £444 from hughes... Should I push the budget a little for the Samsung simply bc WHO THE HECK IS HISENSE?? Never heard of em.What you reckon, go for the Samsung?


My mate is a bit of a brand snob and he says they are great value
paulstanley197920 m ago

If you have 1k id look at getting a ks7000/8000 Samsung, 10bit, high nits …If you have 1k id look at getting a ks7000/8000 Samsung, 10bit, high nits and great reviews.


Thanks for that, are they current models, can't find them on Richer Sounds
Kojo_Segu1 h, 0 m ago

Is the Hisense H50N6800 better than as I’m looking at that also ?



The Hisense N6800 is a mid range tv where the Samsung MU6100 is a budget tv.
the reviews are really good on the Hisense where the reports are this Samsung suffers badly from backlight bleed and clouding in the corners and edges.
the Hisense is a better tv on paper but for £499 for a 50" panel this Samsung is getting tempting.
Kojo_Segu1 h, 1 m ago

Is the Hisense H50N6800 better than as I’m looking at that also ?



Can't speak for Hisense TV's as I've never seen one.
Realistically if you want a good 4K picture, a decent HDR image and a half decent build quality you need to spend £1500+

If £500 is your limit and you want it now get the Samsung but I'd save that money for later in the year when LG, Panasonic or even Sony sets can be had for around the same money.
frakison22 m ago

My mate is a bit of a brand snob and he says they are great value …My mate is a bit of a brand snob and he says they are great value

thank you my friend. This makes the decision alot easier... Hisense it is.
downie04041 h, 33 m ago

thank you my friend. This makes the decision alot easier... Hisense it …thank you my friend. This makes the decision alot easier... Hisense it is.


JL price matched Hughes for the 49N5700, and then you have the 35 day return window if it is not the machine for you. This is my second Hisense, and they are cracking sets for the money, and the 49N5700 is direct lit too, which helps.
frakison1 h, 50 m ago

Thanks for that, are they current models, can't find them on Richer Sounds …Thanks for that, are they current models, can't find them on Richer Sounds

They're last years I think the equivalent is the mu8000 range, if you google you can still find sellers and can get pretty good prices. I'm actually thinking of getting a 55 ks7000 myself but can't really afford it!!
Had this TV for 2 weeks but after the Samsung firmware update it stopped working so I returned it. Quite glad as it wasn't a great picture and the judder was awful. Upgraded and spent a bit more on a Sony and very happy with it.
Great tv. I bought the 55" a couple months ago and loving it. Not had judder issues at all and the Steam Link app is a great addition for me if that's something you're interested in. For the price I definitely recommend it.
phil1210027 m ago

Had this TV for 2 weeks but after the Samsung firmware update it stopped …Had this TV for 2 weeks but after the Samsung firmware update it stopped working so I returned it. Quite glad as it wasn't a great picture and the judder was awful. Upgraded and spent a bit more on a Sony and very happy with it.


Can you tell me what Sony you bought?
paulstanley197911 h, 13 m ago

They're last years I think the equivalent is the mu8000 range, if you …They're last years I think the equivalent is the mu8000 range, if you google you can still find sellers and can get pretty good prices. I'm actually thinking of getting a 55 ks7000 myself but can't really afford it!!


Ahhh... thanks for that, I think that the MU range is being a bit slated, supposedly not as good as the KS series, Ican't remember what the issue was but I was close to buying (I just get close to clicking buy and then something crops up, it's doing my head in )
Edited by: "frakison" 6th Sep 2017
Picked up this from Richer Sounds for the same price about a month ago and it's honestly such an amazing TV! Best I've owned and such an awesome price! Heat from me.
Freeboski6 h, 47 m ago

Looks ok to me but doing a quick search i see its 8-bit HDR which I'm sure …Looks ok to me but doing a quick search i see its 8-bit HDR which I'm sure will bother some of the experts.

For this price don't expect a 10-bit. Start upping your budget to £900/1000+
like the look of this tv but after seeing it for £429 in argos i cant bring myself to pay almost 500 for it
Edited by: "kaiser051" 5th Sep 2017
Still undecided
would any one comment on samsung 55MU6200 which is a curved tv.. is it any good , never owned a curved tv
the other option I have is a lg 55uj630v
awt5 h, 51 m ago

Still undecided would any one comment on samsung 55MU6200 which is a …Still undecided would any one comment on samsung 55MU6200 which is a curved tv.. is it any good , never owned a curved tv the other option I have is a lg 55uj630v

The gimmick of curved screens wears off fast then you wish you just had bought a normal screen. Can't comment on a 55 inch TV but I have had a 32 inch Samsung curved monitor for my PC. After a couple of weeks I returned it as the curve added too much glare so I went for the same monitor but the flat screen £60 cheaper model and couldn't be happier with it.
frakison9 h, 32 m ago

Can you tell me what Sony you bought?

I went for the Sony 55XE8396. Nice TV with a great picture and doesn't suffer with the judder issues I had on the Samsung
phil121001 h, 2 m ago

I went for the Sony 55XE8396. Nice TV with a great picture and doesn't …I went for the Sony 55XE8396. Nice TV with a great picture and doesn't suffer with the judder issues I had on the Samsung


Thanks Phil
br0nny14 h, 8 m ago

If it says samsung across the front keep your money.

Whys that?...I tend to stlck to sony as I find the picture more natural....but wondering why you're so against Samsung. .
I'm not a big fan of Samsung myself after their bait and switch scheme on monitors some years ago....got stung myself there.
Edited by: "SleepyChris" 6th Sep 2017
i got this one, if have xbox one S will not get the most out of it as it requires the HDR 10 bit not 8
but netflix and amazon prime run fine on the 4k setting and looks really impressive
br0nny5th Sep

If it says samsung across the front keep your money.


I expect polaroid is more your thing
its out of stock
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