SAMSUNG UE50MU6120 50 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart HDR LED TV - £469 at Richer Sounds
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SAMSUNG UE50MU6120 50 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart HDR LED TV - £469 at Richer Sounds

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Found 22nd Nov 2017
6 year Warranty, best price out there right now. Available for £499 from a number of retailers but without the 6 year warranty.

Rich, detailed HDR UHD picture quality meets the smartest tech, with the Samsung UE50MU6120.
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Only 50hz is only down side on this
Any ideas if this is better than the LG 49UJ750V that I've got on order for £499?
little2016 m ago

Only 50hz is only down side on this


When do hz matter and what should I be looking for?
little2027 m ago

Only 50hz is only down side on this

I think richsound got it wrong every TV listed at Richer Sounds has 50hz even the £1000 plus tv's. At John Lewis and ao the Samsung UE50MU6120 is listed at 60hz
mtmitchell18 m ago

When do hz matter and what should I be looking for?


When you want to use motion interpolation processing to make movement smoother. Above 50/60hz TVs like this are the 100/120hz models which are typically several hundred more. IIRC Samsung's first 49/50" 100/120hz panel is the Q7 at £1300 but they start at around £600-700 in some other manufacturer's ranges.
BIGEA7 m ago

I think richsound got it wrong every TV listed at Richer Sounds has 50hz …I think richsound got it wrong every TV listed at Richer Sounds has 50hz even the £1000 plus tv's. At John Lewis and ao the Samsung UE50MU6120 is listed at 60hz


It's effectively the same thing, there are very fewTVs that don't do both. 50hz is typically advertised because that's what the majority of UK broadcasts work best at, 60hz is for equipment like consoles.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 22nd Nov 2017
This or Hisense H49N5700UK?


Think I'm going to wait untill Friday anyway.
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parnaby4 m ago

This or Hisense H49N5700UK?Think I'm going to wait untill Friday anyway.


I’m having pretty much the same dilemma, isn’t this a better TV overall? I’m so close to biting, will Friday really bring any better offers?
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parnaby32 m ago

This or Hisense H49N5700UK?Think I'm going to wait untill Friday anyway.


I, personally, wouldn't touch Hisense
Keeping my eye on things too. Don't need TV this big though
I have had 7 tv’s over the passed months and all returned due to light bleed. Decided to change the tv to this exact model and have to say it’s very good and no light bleed at all.
Any idea on the width and depth of the stand itself? Just ordered and now gotto find a 'table' big enough!
PurpleShift47 m ago

Any idea on the width and depth of the stand itself? Just ordered and now …Any idea on the width and depth of the stand itself? Just ordered and now gotto find a 'table' big enough!



When Kojo_Segu posted this TV from Argos a few weeks back, Wellayenever said...

One thing I couldn't find anywhere was the dimensions of the stand; it's approx 83cm wide by 33cm deep. If you have a floating shelf style cabinet it may be of use.
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Does that blue tooth hack really work does anyone know? Was looking at Samsung soundbars at Curry’s but was put off as this doesn’t have bt. Might have to bite if it can be enabled.
deleted164339522nd Nov 2017

Does that blue tooth hack really work does anyone know? Was looking at …Does that blue tooth hack really work does anyone know? Was looking at Samsung soundbars at Curry’s but was put off as this doesn’t have bt. Might have to bite if it can be enabled.


Have this TV, and yes it does.
The cashback deals on other Samsung products (soundbars, blue ray players and sub-woofer) look tempting. Has anyone partaken?
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ElGato9 h, 26 m ago

Have this TV, and yes it does.


Thanks!
Good price, but just see that it's £449 at Coop electric with code BF30

(https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-audio/tvs/led-tvs/samsung-ue50mu6120-50-4k-ultra-hd-smart-led-tv-in-black-sam-led-ue50mu6120-bk/)

and cashback at Topcashback (1%) and Quidco (2%)
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dealhunter_8915 m ago

Good price, but just see that it's £449 at Coop electric with code BF30 …Good price, but just see that it's £449 at Coop electric with code BF30 (https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-audio/tvs/led-tvs/samsung-ue50mu6120-50-4k-ultra-hd-smart-led-tv-in-black-sam-led-ue50mu6120-bk/)and cashback at Topcashback (1%) and Quidco (2%)




You're getting a 6 year warranty at Richer sounds but that is a £72 add-on with Co-Op
little2022nd Nov

Only 50hz is only down side on this


Does that mean gaming will have an annoying level of input lag?
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Waited for a better deal than this but none forthcoming so I've bought this one
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samsmithwolves10 m ago

Waited for a better deal than this but none forthcoming so I've bought …Waited for a better deal than this but none forthcoming so I've bought this one


Same, cheers for posting.
£459 at CurrysPCWorld, plus 10% cashback with topcashback. I make that £413.
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paypeanuts7 h, 3 m ago

£459 at CurrysPCWorld, plus 10% cashback with topcashback. I make that …£459 at CurrysPCWorld, plus 10% cashback with topcashback. I make that £413.


No 6 year warranty though.
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paypeanuts2 h, 19 m ago

£56 for the 6 year warranty.


So £469 altogether, that’s assuming the TCB gets applied, glad I’ve gone with RS.
deleted164339525th Nov 2017

So £469 altogether, that’s assuming the TCB gets applied, glad I’ve gone wi …So £469 altogether, that’s assuming the TCB gets applied, glad I’ve gone with RS.


What I'm saying is the 6 year warranty is effectively costing you £56. It's up to you whether you think that's worth paying or not. Personally I'd rather save the £56 and take the risk, which is pretty low these days.
I'm not concerned about the cashback - I've never had and problems with topcashback.
I'll pay £413 without the warranty, you pay £469 with the warranty.
Sorted.
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paypeanuts2 h, 47 m ago

What I'm saying is the 6 year warranty is effectively costing you £56. …What I'm saying is the 6 year warranty is effectively costing you £56. It's up to you whether you think that's worth paying or not. Personally I'd rather save the £56 and take the risk, which is pretty low these days.I'm not concerned about the cashback - I've never had and problems with topcashback.I'll pay £413 without the warranty, you pay £469 with the warranty.Sorted.


Ah I get you, apologies.
Down to £449, but in-store only. Same price at John Lewis and available online with free delivery.

Just goes to show you that Black Friday is a load of pants.

*******Exciting update*****

I've just ordered from John Lewis at £449. The Curry's price after 10% cashback is actually £421 (apparently cashback is only paid on the price of the TV before VAT). So the 5 year warranty with John Lewis is effectively only costing me £28, which is probably worth it.

I picked one up from Curry's earlier today (reserve and collect). It will be going back for a refund tomorrow. I wasn't impressed with the sales rep at Curry's, so I'll feel zero guilt taking it back. She tried to have me believe she was doing me a favour by giving me a free month of the £7-a-month extra warranty, which she didn't mention was totally optional. When I pointed out that it was optional and I didn't want it she said "you're the customer". You're damn right I'm the customer, luv! A John Lewis customer now, thanks (in part) to your attitude! Do you think I was born yesterday?! I'm a goddamn HotUKDeals veteran, pet! Get with the program!!

I did warn you it was an exciting update.
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ElGato22nd Nov

Have this TV, and yes it does.


Please expand and how do you do it? Cheers
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Massive-Yeti48 m ago

Please expand and how do you do it? Cheers

1) Switch off the TV and press Info+Settings+Mute+Power button (quick one after another)
2) TV will start and display a menu with various settings - Select Engineer Setting
3) Set Bluetooth sound setting - ON
4) Goto MDR settings - Update value of BT Network(if i rem it correctly) - ON (its above BT Address field)
5) Restart TV and you should have BT receiver under Sound settings along with TV Speaker option.


Got this from another post for this TV. Worked for me last night, although MDR Settings is MRT or something on mine. I managed to work it out anyway and get my Soundbar connected wireless.

If it doesn’t work straight away, try leaving it in standby for a bit, I couldn’t get the service menu up until I tried last night after it had been in standby all day.
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Does that blue tooth hack really work does anyone know? Was looking at …Does that blue tooth hack really work does anyone know? Was looking at Samsung soundbars at Curry’s but was put off as this doesn’t have bt. Might have to bite if it can be enabled.


which hack please?
and you aware of any other hacks for this TV?
doh, just read the previous message! sorry!
paypeanuts25th Nov 2017

Down to £449, but in-store only. Same price at John Lewis and available …Down to £449, but in-store only. Same price at John Lewis and available online with free delivery.Just goes to show you that Black Friday is a load of pants.*******Exciting update*****I've just ordered from John Lewis at £449. The Curry's price after 10% cashback is actually £421 (apparently cashback is only paid on the price of the TV before VAT). So the 5 year warranty with John Lewis is effectively only costing me £28, which is probably worth it.I picked one up from Curry's earlier today (reserve and collect). It will be going back for a refund tomorrow. I wasn't impressed with the sales rep at Curry's, so I'll feel zero guilt taking it back. She tried to have me believe she was doing me a favour by giving me a free month of the £7-a-month extra warranty, which she didn't mention was totally optional. When I pointed out that it was optional and I didn't want it she said "you're the customer". You're damn right I'm the customer, luv! A John Lewis customer now, thanks (in part) to your attitude! Do you think I was born yesterday?! I'm a goddamn HotUKDeals veteran, pet! Get with the program!!I did warn you it was an exciting update.


why are you returning it? any issues with the TV other than the warranty?
diddlypockets25th Jan

why are you returning it? any issues with the TV other than the warranty?


No issues with the TV. I only took it back to Curry's because John Lewis included a 5 year guarantee.

Looks like it's now been reduced further still!!
Thanks for that. It comes with only 1 years warranty with amazon. 5 years for same price is good. As far as I know the price is between 450 and 530...
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