Samsung UE50MU6100 50" Smart 4K LED TV + 3 months NOW TV @ Currys = £579
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Samsung UE50MU6100 50" Smart 4K LED TV + 3 months NOW TV @ Currys = £579

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Found 22nd Jul 2017
Samsung UE50MU6100 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV

£579

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Not a bad price. But I'm waiting for old to come down to this price. I can't see tv's adding much more in terms of features other than 8k. Maybe better latency
marcusi728 m ago

Not a bad price. But I'm waiting for old to come down to this price. I …Not a bad price. But I'm waiting for old to come down to this price. I can't see tv's adding much more in terms of features other than 8k. Maybe better latency


Gonna be a long wait for OLED to come down to this price!
marcusi7

Not a bad price. But I'm waiting for old to come down to this price. I … Not a bad price. But I'm waiting for old to come down to this price. I can't see tv's adding much more in terms of features other than 8k. Maybe better latency



HDR is the obvious one, although right now it's a similar price to OLED so that might not come down in price any faster.

This is still fairly expensive but it's at least getting close now.
I'd get the Ue49mu6400 for 10 quid less and a 5 year warranty. Just got one myself and it's a brilliant tv



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Edited by: "jim881" 22nd Jul 2017
Got this for £439 at Argos several weeks ago, mighy still be available. Just order the MU6000 and you might be upgraded to the Mu6100 for free...
horrible TV its a proper budget 4k screen and is utterly pointless
MrMoonX

horrible TV its a proper budget 4k screen and is utterly pointless



Indeed...

No idea why people cheap out on an 8bit 4k TV

If you want to watch 4k content, either go for a decent 4k set, or wait for the price to drop if you can't afford it, kidding yourself buying this thinking you're getting 4k in all it's glory.

otherwise, a decent 1080p will give a better picture than a budget 4k set like this.
What's the best 4k 10bit from samsung at around a grand?
BFLEM

What's the best 4k 10bit from samsung at around a grand?



the samsung MU6400 is around that budget, and its utterly rubbish, get a panasonic or LG in that price point
jayjayuk1234

Indeed... No idea why people cheap out on an 8bit 4k TVIf you want to … Indeed... No idea why people cheap out on an 8bit 4k TVIf you want to watch 4k content, either go for a decent 4k set, or wait for the price to drop if you can't afford it, kidding yourself buying this thinking you're getting 4k in all it's glory.otherwise, a decent 1080p will give a better picture than a budget 4k set like this.



yes exactly you need to spent £1k+ if you're going to do 4K properly, a 60hz cheapo 4k screen is going to be terrible, anyone who buys this is going to hate watching sports
MrMoonX

the samsung MU6400 is around that budget, and its utterly rubbish, get a … the samsung MU6400 is around that budget, and its utterly rubbish, get a panasonic or LG in that price point



I got the MU6400 on prime day for a decent price. I can't fault it so far.
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I'm looking for a good quality TV with 4k & HDR for a PS4 Pro. Around 48-50", £5-600. Would this fit the bill or is there better out there?

I think I read somewhere that some Samsungs don't have headphone sockets, is this true? Really need the headphones
MrMoonX2 h, 10 m ago

the samsung MU6400 is around that budget, and its utterly rubbish, get a …the samsung MU6400 is around that budget, and its utterly rubbish, get a panasonic or LG in that price point

​Wrong.....
sleepersolar

I'm looking for a good quality TV with 4k & HDR for a PS4 Pro. Around … I'm looking for a good quality TV with 4k & HDR for a PS4 Pro. Around 48-50", £5-600. Would this fit the bill or is there better out there?



There's nothing out there with a credible HDR implementation for that price, it's an expensive technology right now.

You'd have to double the budget and get something like a Sony XE90 if you want something able to show the wider on-screen brightness range of HDR.

BFLEM

What's the best 4k 10bit from samsung at around a grand?



By 10-bit I assume you mean reasonable HDR performance, in which case you probably want to snag one of last year's KS series before they're all gone. The 2017 replacements are still more expensive.
£20 less co-op £559 or £20 more £599 richer sounds 6 year warranty or 55inch same model £629 hughes direct at this price point shop around
Can I get an education here. it says 4k, but people are saying its not good. So a 4k TV has different picture quality. There isn't a standard 4k tv? I just assumed I would watch say BT sports and get a better picture than my standard HD TV?
Getting away from all the tech stuff go for the 55" £729 with £100 cash back making it £629 only £50 more for an extra 5"
secretjedi

Can I get an education here. it says 4k, but people are saying its not … Can I get an education here. it says 4k, but people are saying its not good. So a 4k TV has different picture quality. There isn't a standard 4k tv? I just assumed I would watch say BT sports and get a better picture than my standard HD TV?


http://www.techradar.com/news/television/ultra-hd-everything-you-need-to-know-about-4k-tv-1048954
jayjayuk1234

Indeed... No idea why people cheap out on an 8bit 4k TVIf you want to … Indeed... No idea why people cheap out on an 8bit 4k TVIf you want to watch 4k content, either go for a decent 4k set, or wait for the price to drop if you can't afford it, kidding yourself buying this thinking you're getting 4k in all it's glory.otherwise, a decent 1080p will give a better picture than a budget 4k set like this.



A lot of people are turned off / overloaded by the tech specs, and rightly or wrongly, just plump for what they think is ostensibly a decent piece of kit.

So I'm reminded I've got to bore the sh1t out of myself researching new TV tech, as am dipping my toe into the market for a new one.

Will likely wait until Jan next year when prices will, potentially, have dropped further
secretjedi

Can I get an education here. it says 4k, but people are saying its not … Can I get an education here. it says 4k, but people are saying its not good. So a 4k TV has different picture quality. There isn't a standard 4k tv? I just assumed I would watch say BT sports and get a better picture than my standard HD TV?



TV being 4k doesn't equate directly to it's quality, much like a camera with a trillion megapixels doesn't make it a good camera necessarily.

You don't really need to be technically minded, just read plenty of reviews for any TV you might be considering, and if you're still not sure then ask people on here for opinions.

If you don't really care and just want to tell people you have a 4K TV, then buy this
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 23rd Jul 2017
Is it right that the MU7000 doesn't have a 10bit display? I thought last year's model did.

Trying to decide between that, the LG J800, Panasonic DX802 and Sony XE7073. Have about £1000 to drop, anyone have any recommendations of a decent performing HDR set?
Can't decide if to get a 4k tv or a 1080p projector. One one hand, a 4k TV will have 4 x resolution of 1080p but a projector can produce larger image. So is it better to choose resolution over large image size a projector can produce. Would any 4k be far superior in picture quality than a 1080p projector like benq w1070, or Epson 5300
sleepersolar

I'm looking for a good quality TV with 4k & HDR for a PS4 Pro. Around … I'm looking for a good quality TV with 4k & HDR for a PS4 Pro. Around 48-50", £5-600. Would this fit the bill or is there better out there?I think I read somewhere that some Samsungs don't have headphone sockets, is this true? Really need the headphones



I'd get something second hand from last years lineup. Second hand Sony perhaps. Or the KS7000 if you can find one
Price is now £599
feelthevibe24th Jul

Is it right that the MU7000 doesn't have a 10bit display? I thought last …Is it right that the MU7000 doesn't have a 10bit display? I thought last year's model did. Trying to decide between that, the LG J800, Panasonic DX802 and Sony XE7073. Have about £1000 to drop, anyone have any recommendations of a decent performing HDR set?


Just went for the panasonic 58DX802.
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