Samsung UE50MU6120 50 Inch, 4K Smart TV | £459.99 | Very
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Samsung UE50MU6120 50 Inch, 4K Smart TV | £459.99 | Very

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John Lewis £469 with 5 year warranty.

Good TV BTW. No light bleed issues, decent contrast, good smart functionality. Can’t comment on sound because I have a sound bar.

£449 on Amazon but through Hughes who are similar to Very

Is this better than the MU6400 from samsung?

It's been this price for about a week - it's also £449 at AO

Ahmed212 h, 32 m ago

Is this better than the MU6400 from samsung?


Can't be, its a bigger number.
Edited by: "morrig" 27th Nov

I got the 55 inch today. I can say it's a good 4K tv but it's not especially amazing either. It has no HDR support, no 2160p RGB, no wide colour gamut, no local dimming, it tries to to dim the back light in dark scenes but since there is no local dimming the whole screen reduces in brightness even though there is bright areas on screen. Good simple 4k tv but that's it there are no surprises. You only get 4k no other technologies
Edited by: "UberPark" 28th Nov

LEXIE556 h, 20 m ago

John Lewis £469 with 5 year warranty.


I bought from JL, extra 4 year warranty well worth it for £20 - although I only paid £449 on Saturday when they were price matching someone.

Which give this a Best Buy rating.

It says it is only 50hz...There was a Panasonic on here last week with 600hz I think.

But to be fair, I don't no what I'm talking about either. however I do see lots of TVs with 60hz & 100 hz.

I just watch sport to be honest, like footy, golf & F1, oh and Coach Trip when its on

Ahmed2127th Nov

Is this better than the MU6400 from samsung?


Yes definitely better because it has VA panel but MU6400 has IPS panel.
6400 has awful light bleeding problem when watching movies at night.it's a joke and should be avoided.
this one doesn't have those issues.

UberPark28th Nov

I got the 55 inch today. I can say it's a good 4K tv but it's not …I got the 55 inch today. I can say it's a good 4K tv but it's not especially amazing either. It has no HDR support, no 2160p RGB, no wide colour gamut, no local dimming, it tries to to dim the back light in dark scenes but since there is no local dimming the whole screen reduces in brightness even though there is bright areas on screen. Good simple 4k tv but that's it there are no surprises. You only get 4k no other technologies


for this price range, you simply cannot have real HDR,local dimming etc.
It's just a mid range 4K TV.
the things you want,you must pay double this price at least regardless of which brand.
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