Samsung UE50MU6120 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black £389 w/code @ AO
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Samsung UE50MU6120 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black £389 w/code @ AO

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Found 5th Jan
Use Code AOSNOWDEC at checkout to get this price

This 50 inch Samsung LED TV delivers stunning Ultra HD Certified picture quality, complete with 4K streaming and upscaling so even non-HD content looks fantastic. Shows are really brought to life with incredible colour and contrast using HDR technology. Smart TV delivers catch up services and movies on-demand, whilst the convenient TV Plus puts all your channels, box sets, and films in one place. Extend the entertainment through three HDMI ports to other devices like Blu-ray players and games consoles.
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leosolti24 m ago

Double check for true 10 bit in the HDR - A lot of the popular Samsungs …Double check for true 10 bit in the HDR - A lot of the popular Samsungs are still 8-bit which I think only mimics HDR, albeit very well I'm sure.


HDR doesn't work like that. Every TV with any HDR ability can accept a 10-bit signal and no TV on the market is even close to being able to reproduce the full 10-bit range.

You're mixing it up with whether the LCD panel is 8-bit or 10-bit. While that would be an important factor for 10-bit SDR, HDR uses absolute rather than relative brightness values. This means the amount of the HDR range an LCD panel can reproduce is limited by it's contrast rather than bit depth, and you need systems like local dimming of the backlight to reproduce a larger proportion of the 10-bit values in HDR.

With no local dimming and no wide colour gamut this TV essentially only has compatibility with HDR videos and little in the way of dynamic range increase. 'HDR' at this price should be treated as a minor bonus feature, and anyone looking to buy a TV specifically for the image quality benefits of HDR needs to be looking at much more expensive models. The £850 Sony XE90 deals lately are a good starting point - or wait a few years for the tech to come down in price.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 5th Jan
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Double check for true 10 bit in the HDR - A lot of the popular Samsungs are still 8-bit which I think only mimics HDR, albeit very well I'm sure.
Can you stream from phone/tablet to this tv. Is it an android tv. Thanks
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leosolti10 m ago

Double check for true 10 bit in the HDR - A lot of the popular Samsungs …Double check for true 10 bit in the HDR - A lot of the popular Samsungs are still 8-bit which I think only mimics HDR, albeit very well I'm sure.


From the Samsung official website
10 bit Support N/A
Bubuka832 m ago

From the Samsung official website10 bit Support N/A


This definitely doesn't support full 10bit at this price. But for the price this is a fantastic TV nonetheless
I cashed in on the recent John Lewis price match deal for £399. I obviously for the 5 year warranty with that, but this is a very decent deal all the same.
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Great Tv. Even SD stuff looks near HD with the upscaling.
Mine is coming within the hour from the Co-Op ebay deal last week

Good deal
leosolti24 m ago

Double check for true 10 bit in the HDR - A lot of the popular Samsungs …Double check for true 10 bit in the HDR - A lot of the popular Samsungs are still 8-bit which I think only mimics HDR, albeit very well I'm sure.


HDR doesn't work like that. Every TV with any HDR ability can accept a 10-bit signal and no TV on the market is even close to being able to reproduce the full 10-bit range.

You're mixing it up with whether the LCD panel is 8-bit or 10-bit. While that would be an important factor for 10-bit SDR, HDR uses absolute rather than relative brightness values. This means the amount of the HDR range an LCD panel can reproduce is limited by it's contrast rather than bit depth, and you need systems like local dimming of the backlight to reproduce a larger proportion of the 10-bit values in HDR.

With no local dimming and no wide colour gamut this TV essentially only has compatibility with HDR videos and little in the way of dynamic range increase. 'HDR' at this price should be treated as a minor bonus feature, and anyone looking to buy a TV specifically for the image quality benefits of HDR needs to be looking at much more expensive models. The £850 Sony XE90 deals lately are a good starting point - or wait a few years for the tech to come down in price.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 5th Jan
Ghost8417 m ago

Can you stream from phone/tablet to this tv. Is it an android tv. Thanks


Yes you can
It's saying this product isn't eligible for the discount code for me.
Looks like they have pulled the code -did work when first posted but now no longer working.
EndlessWaves5 m ago

HDR doesn't work like that. Every TV with any HDR ability can accept a …HDR doesn't work like that. Every TV with any HDR ability can accept a 10-bit signal and no TV on the market is even close to being able to reproduce the full 10-bit range.You're mixing it up with whether the LCD panel is 8-bit or 10-bit. While that would be an important factor for 10-bit SDR, HDR uses absolute rather than relative brightness values. This means the amount of the HDR range an LCD panel can reproduce is limited by it's contrast rather than bit depth, and you need systems like local dimming of the backlight to reproduce a larger proportion of the 10-bit values in HDR.With no local dimming and no wide colour gamut this TV essentially only has compatibility with HDR videos and little in the way of dynamic range increase. 'HDR' at this price should be treated as a minor bonus feature, and anyone looking to buy a TV specifically for the image quality benefits of HDR needs to be looking at much more expensive models. The £850 Sony XE90 deals lately are a good starting point - or wait a few years for the tech to come down in price.


Very good information, cheers!
Got this from John Lewis last week for £324, when they price matched with the coop on eBay.8)
louiseq6 m ago

It's saying this product isn't eligible for the discount code for me.


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Doesn't work. Bought this last night for 399 on ao using code
Check them well when you set them up... received one from JL last week, all looked good until I took the black tape from around the edge of the frame and it had a gap between the screen and the frame down the left had side... leaking light through from the wokings inside.. gave my wife an electric shock! Expecting a new one to arrive today hopefully second time lucky.
garethcollins9257 m ago

Got this from John Lewis last week for £324, when they price matched with …Got this from John Lewis last week for £324, when they price matched with the coop on eBay.8)


johnlewis dont price match ebay
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Code not working for me either.
dennisuv1 m ago

johnlewis dont price match ebay


I tried too and got the we don't match eBay prices. Some people had success going into JL stores though. I still got it for £324 from Co-op.
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Got it for £325 from coop ebay. With possible £20 cashback. I popped into currys and at first wasnt impressed with screen quality. However an asistant said it was on default. After i gt the tv i played around with the settings and am impressed. At this price you cant go wrong. Even below £400 its a good tv
Delivery £15 for NI Also code pulled. Oh well.
Code works for £20 off.

20BDTV

Being £399
Edited by: "Shenton9" 5th Jan
Anyone know what picture settings you should use on this TV, do you just go with the initial set up option or do people change contrast, brightness etc? Cheers
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How does this compare to
Samsung UE50MU6120KXXU can get it for 419 off Very
whereangelsplay1 h, 14 m ago

How does this compare toSamsung UE50MU6120KXXU can get it for 419 off Very


It’s the same Tv- KXXU is the full name
Shenton93 h, 41 m ago

Code works for £20 off. 20BDTVBeing £399


Thank you for posting... this code works
rixy4 h, 34 m ago

Anyone know what picture settings you should use on this TV, do you just …Anyone know what picture settings you should use on this TV, do you just go with the initial set up option or do people change contrast, brightness etc? Cheers


I put mine into movie mode, which dials down the over the top processing. Then change the individual settings from there.

The default Dynamic setting is awful (as is usual on TV's). All the detail is lost because it's far too processed.
Got this from John Lewis and the stand was faulty - the top half wouldn't click into the base properly. Got a replacement and the base was the same, so we just kept the first one and then tried it tonight. Weird pixelation and audio dropouts as we changed channel. Not impressed..
Edited by: "gozo" 5th Jan
grimmer20156 h, 3 m ago

Got it for £325 from coop ebay. With possible £20 cashback. I popped into c …Got it for £325 from coop ebay. With possible £20 cashback. I popped into currys and at first wasnt impressed with screen quality. However an asistant said it was on default. After i gt the tv i played around with the settings and am impressed. At this price you cant go wrong. Even below £400 its a good tv



£324 and unlikely if the cashback is from Quidco. My TCB tracked at £12
whereangelsplay16 h, 27 m ago

How does this compare toSamsung UE50MU6120KXXU can get it for 419 off Very



That seems to be £459.99 on very?
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