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Samsung UE50RU7410 50" Ultra HD certified HDR Smart 4K TV, White + 2 x Free 4K Blu-ray Films £386.95 delivered with code @ PRC Direct
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Samsung UE50RU7410 50" Ultra HD certified HDR Smart 4K TV, White + 2 x Free 4K Blu-ray Films £386.95 delivered with code @ PRC Direct

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Posted 26th Nov 2019Edited by:"devinn"

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35 Comments
Bargain. I have the NU7400 and the picture is incredible.
How much better is this than the ru7020/7100 models? What's the difference? Would it be worth paying £50 more for this?
Not a bad price for a Sammy!
50 inch though nae use the missus needs a big un!
But these have no warranty, u have to buy it for 60 quid so better off buying from currys.
You'd have to have a pretty small room to benefit from 4K with a 50incher
omendata26/11/2019 22:22

Not a bad price for a Sammy!50 inch though nae use the missus needs a big …Not a bad price for a Sammy!50 inch though nae use the missus needs a big un!


Same, mine just has to make do
Dekard9726/11/2019 22:46

You'd have to have a pretty small room to benefit from 4K with a 50incher


Hmm i had to think about that answer its too clever for me Rick!

They say 55 and above is what you need for true 4k!
Who knows I am still on an 1080p plasma telly lol


You are wasted on here!
Edited by: "omendata" 26th Nov 2019
omendata26/11/2019 22:47

Hmm i had to think about that answer its too clever for me Rick!They say …Hmm i had to think about that answer its too clever for me Rick!They say 55 and above is what you need for true 4k!Who knows I am still on an 1080p plasma telly lol You are wasted on here!


Yeah, unless you're sitting 5 feet from it. I wouldn't worry, I only bought my 4K for gaming, and I never have chance to do that lately. Good to see you again, haven't seen you round here for ages!
Dekard9726/11/2019 22:50

Yeah, unless you're sitting 5 feet from it. I wouldn't worry, I only …Yeah, unless you're sitting 5 feet from it. I wouldn't worry, I only bought my 4K for gaming, and I never have chance to do that lately. Good to see you again, haven't seen you round here for ages!


Yeah always good to chat with intelligent folks on here Dek you are on my good guys list lol

Yeah been in Slovakia havent touched a smartphone or pc for 3 months amazing what you get done.
Now i am back wasting time on here and trying to repair my pc it just went phutt think the chip has gone blooming AMD A10 mind you it has been on 24 hours a day for 3 years so what can i expect and one of my ipcams psu blew my toilet seat light has gone too and my led tap light in the kitchen needs replaced - gonna be expensive Christmas lol!
Edited by: "omendata" 26th Nov 2019
omendata26/11/2019 22:56

Yeah always good to chat with intelligent folks on here Dek you are on my …Yeah always good to chat with intelligent folks on here Dek you are on my good guys list lolYeah been in Slovakia havent touched a smartphone or pc for 3 months amazing what you get done.Now i am back wasting time on here and trying to repair my pc it just went phutt think the chip has gone blooming AMD A10 mind you it has been on 24 hours a day for 3 years so what can i expect and one of my ipcams psu blew my toilet seat light has gone too and my led tap light in the kitchen needs replaced - gonna be expensive Christmas lol!


Sounds awesome, what a place! I went away to Spain for a few weeks recently to see my old man who lives there. I'd love to do a bit more travelling and expand the mind. No phone as well? Nicely done It's one of those things that I love and hate in equal proportions - technology makes a good servant, but a poor master.

Sounds like you have plenty of c**p to deal with now you're back, although it's good that you are
omendata26/11/2019 22:22

Not a bad price for a Sammy!50 inch though nae use the missus needs a big …Not a bad price for a Sammy!50 inch though nae use the missus needs a big un!


Yer she mentioned that after meeting me
RAH11226/11/2019 22:40

But these have no warranty, u have to buy it for 60 quid so better off …But these have no warranty, u have to buy it for 60 quid so better off buying from currys.


What do you mean? Both come with a standard 2 years warranty.

Also if you’re going to tell people to get it from somewhere else, suggest they get it from John Lewis which has 5 years warranty
GujSehambi26/11/2019 23:20

What do you mean? Both come with a standard 2 years warranty.Also if …What do you mean? Both come with a standard 2 years warranty.Also if you’re going to tell people to get it from somewhere else, suggest they get it from John Lewis which has 5 years warranty


Where does it say it comes with standard 2 year warranty?
djmutters26/11/2019 23:14

Yer she mentioned that after meeting me


Ahh so its you is it I owe you a few beers dude!
Thanks any chance you can take her out a bit more gives me some peace to play WOT and watch the footie!
Cheers mate you are a true friend!
Certified eh? - gotta get me one of these
Has this got the Apple TV app?
SWERVE_7926/11/2019 21:51

https://www.personal-reviews.com/2019/05/samsung-ue50ru7410-review/?ampREVIEW HERE


Not a review I would use to make my purchasing decision
james_kelly-33f69.9749026/11/2019 21:48

How much better is this than the ru7020/7100 models? What's the …How much better is this than the ru7020/7100 models? What's the difference? Would it be worth paying £50 more for this?


A fair bit better. The main difference, and this is the main thing you should be thinking about with any new TV is the HDR performance.

High def and Ultra High Def are essentially like a camera's megapixels (say HD 2 and UHD 8 ) but both offer the same amount of colours and light output so the contrast will not really be be a deal breaker on a cheap or expensive TV any more as they all can show all the UHD colours and brightness required. This is all called SDR Standard Dynamic Range.

However, HDR is High Dynamic Range which allows more colours and more brightness to be included into the HDR signal. When mastered, a 4000 nit screen is used to set the HDR picture in the editing suite. However, no commercially available screen can do 4000 nits so for us, 1000 nits is considered the ideal level of brightness a HDR TV should reach to show HDR properly, along with a 100% colour gamut.

The cheaper tv's struggle with both brightness and colour, but I think brightness is more visually important. I understand that the Samsung RU7000 series can only reach around 250 nits of brightness so HDR will be pretty dim and look more like SDR. The RU7400 will likely add 100 nits onto that and 5% more colours into the colour gamut. At this level, that is a decent amount.

For reference, it is at the Samsung Q70 level where HDR really starts becoming as intended.

That went on a bit.
Edited by: "AndrewFranci-b2794.07392" 27th Nov 2019
mreriksen27/11/2019 09:20

Not a review I would use to make my purchasing decision


Good for you. I take all with a pinch of salt but would never buy without looking at something. I'm going for the Hisense 7500 55"
mreriksen27/11/2019 09:20

Not a review I would use to make my purchasing decision

SWERVE_7927/11/2019 14:46

Good for you. I take all with a pinch of salt but would never buy without …Good for you. I take all with a pinch of salt but would never buy without looking at something. I'm going for the Hisense 7500 55"



You'd choose the Hisense over a Samsung? Why, just for an extra 5"?
SWERVE_7927/11/2019 18:34

https://www.avforums.com/threads/my-best-value-tvs-2019-2020-edition.2259070/



But the Samsung isn't a budget TV, it's much better than the Hisense!
SalfordCityRed27/11/2019 19:52

But the Samsung isn't a budget TV, it's much better than the Hisense!


Why is that?
SalfordCityRed27/11/2019 22:02

https://www.samsung.com/uk/tvs/uhdtv-ru7410/UE50RU7410UXXU/


Why does that make it better than the Hisense though? A brochure is not critical information.
Low range models, up to and around £400
Don't knock TVs at this price range. They are good enough for most people and especially suited for those wanting the best picture quality for non-HDR content such as regular TV, FHD Blu-Rays and the non HDR games consoles. If you are a basic user with a limited budget and you don't need all the bells or whistles these TVs are 90% as good as the higher end ones with most content.
Spoiler: LCD TVs with narrow viewing angles, but better contrast, blacks and dark room/scene performanceHisense 50B7100 - At this size and price it bests all the others for value for money.Hisense 50B7500 - Same as the B7100 but with Dolby Vision HDR support and a wide colour gamut.LG 50UM7500 - Same price as the Hisense B7500, no Dolby Vision HDR support and no wider colour spectrum for better colours with HDR, but better built in smart TV. A good choice if you care most about the software of your TV.Samsung 50RU7100 - Identical spec to the LG, good smart TV, same price, has HDR10+ support, but you'll need the higher end RU7400 for better HDR colours.Philips 50PUS7334 - A more expensive option, but worth perhaps it if you want both Dolby Vision and HDR10+ formats supported. The picture processing is also very good.
Spoiler: LCD TVs with wide viewing angles, but worse contrast, blacks and dark room/scene performance.LG 49UM7400 (or 50UM7390/49UM7100) - Great smart TV, competitive pricing compared to the competition. At this size all the different variations (49UM7xxx )have the same picture quality but small these are the ones currently priced best.Sony 49XG8096 - If you want better motion, but worse smart TV and don't mind paying extra for Sony, then this is a decent buy at the moment, from Curry's sadly. Other model numbers starting with XG8xxx are all the same picture quality, but this is priced well at this time.
SalfordCityRed27/11/2019 22:02

https://www.samsung.com/uk/tvs/uhdtv-ru7410/UE50RU7410UXXU/



It's a better quality TV, it has dynamic crystal colour which looks incredible... This was nearly £750 a few months back, the Hisense was half that, is a very good, highly rated tv, but not 5* like the Samsung...
SalfordCityRed27/11/2019 22:17

It's a better quality TV, it has dynamic crystal colour which looks …It's a better quality TV, it has dynamic crystal colour which looks incredible... This was nearly £750 a few months back, the Hisense was half that, is a very good, highly rated tv, but not 5* like the Samsung...


Are you a Currys salesman because what you are saying isn't tangible. I'm hearing the Samsung costs more so must be better.

What I know is they both have a high colour gamut for HDR colours (not 100% though) they both have similar panel brightness and contrast ratios as they most likely use the same VA panels. What is also true is that the Hisense has Dolby Vision HDR support which the Samsung doesn't. This is very important, as this means it offers wider native HDR support, particularly for the HDR most used by Netflix. Tick to Hisense.

Anything tangible in response?
AndrewFranci-b2794.0739227/11/2019 23:31

Are you a Currys salesman because what you are saying isn't tangible. I'm …Are you a Currys salesman because what you are saying isn't tangible. I'm hearing the Samsung costs more so must be better.What I know is they both have a high colour gamut for HDR colours (not 100% though) they both have similar panel brightness and contrast ratios as they most likely use the same VA panels. What is also true is that the Hisense has Dolby Vision HDR support which the Samsung doesn't. This is very important, as this means it offers wider native HDR support, particularly for the HDR most used by Netflix. Tick to Hisense.Anything tangible in response?



Gosh, you've gone all defensive there Boo-Boo... So your 'tangible' input was the Hisense has Dolby Vision HDR support, wow, pantie wetting territory eh!? I already mentioned Dynamic Crystal Colour, plus the reviews all outweight the Hisense, despite the price being higher upon said review dates. Get over yourself.
SalfordCityRed28/11/2019 08:53

Gosh, you've gone all defensive there Boo-Boo... So your 'tangible' input …Gosh, you've gone all defensive there Boo-Boo... So your 'tangible' input was the Hisense has Dolby Vision HDR support, wow, pantie wetting territory eh!? I already mentioned Dynamic Crystal Colour, plus the reviews all outweight the Hisense, despite the price being higher upon said review dates. Get over yourself.


Hardly defensive Alan Hansen, just facts against your patter. Dynamic Crystal Colour - that is just a fancy way of describing high colour gamut. Something the Hisense has too.

Serious reviews have put the performance of these tv's very close, with the Hisense actually needing less calibration so having better picture accuracy out of the box.

I have a Samsung TV, so I can objeively judge this. You are a fanboi.
AndrewFranci-b2794.0739228/11/2019 10:43

Hardly defensive Alan Hansen, just facts against your patter. Dynamic …Hardly defensive Alan Hansen, just facts against your patter. Dynamic Crystal Colour - that is just a fancy way of describing high colour gamut. Something the Hisense has too.Serious reviews have put the performance of these tv's very close, with the Hisense actually needing less calibration so having better picture accuracy out of the box.I have a Samsung TV, so I can objeively judge this. You are a fanboi.



Dynamic Crystal Colour! Next you'll be trying to tell everyone your Polaroid with built in DVD player is equal to the mighty Samsung due to the extra feature! I agree with your sentiments, but you're wrong!
But it’s white that’s the thing putting me off
Cos of the outline of the tv will be like a white border ????

Also no Warranty ?
Edited by: "HJboss" 13th Dec 2019
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