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Samsung UE55H6240 55 Inch 3D Ready, Smart WiFi Built In Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD + Free Samsung HW-H355 120W Soundbar with Bluetooth & External Sub - £899 @ Tesco Direct
Samsung UE55H6240 55 Inch 3D Ready, Smart WiFi Built In Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD + Free Samsung HW-H355 120W Soundbar with Bluetooth & External Sub - £899 @ Tesco Direct

Samsung UE55H6240 55 Inch 3D Ready, Smart WiFi Built In Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD + Free Samsung HW-H355 120W Soundbar with Bluetooth & External Sub - £899 @ Tesco Direct

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Add the Samsung UE55H6240 55 inch T.V to your basket and then the Samsung HW-H355 120W Soundbar with Bluetooth & External Sub for free.

Not bad for both TV and soundbar £899 delivered.

Also appears that you get free 5 year guarantee.

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Its time to buy 4k 3D passive tv. Samsung's mad active 3d tv has given really bad 3d viewing experience and HD tv technology is very old.

New tv technology is OLED, 4K and Passive 3D, as a future proof for our investment.

Nothing is broadcasting in 4k yet, will be a long time before this happens. Good buy.

The need to get everything in 1080 hd first. Still many tv channels in sd.

Tbh this is a very good price for anyone looking for a new high spec tv but I'd leave it a couple more years unless you need to replace a old set. Also think this is one of the sub 4k models. Like when hd came out and everyone rushed out and bought a hd set then found out it was 720 and 1080 sets were just months away. My opinion is wait till the true 4k sets come down in price and there are broadcasts available. Otherwise all you get in 4k are 4k blurays and Netflix. Going to be years before any terrestrial station starts to transmit 4k

Just bought a UE55H6400 model from Richer Sounds for £849 with a 5 year warranty - better deal in my opinion.

I also bought the UE54H6400 model from currys was also £849,they had an offer on cables too so bought all I need in preparation for when I get a soundbar. Fantastic picture quality and loads of smart apps. This is a higher spec than the 6240 and it comes with 2 pairs of 3d glasses.

4k... Pointless. Many folks aren't even making full use of their 1080p sets never mind resolutions higher than that. Just bought a nice all bells and whistles 40" Samsung set to replace our 7 year old HD ready Toshiba. the HD channels are still broadcasting at 720p and they are few and far between! Even if you get a 4k set you need a 4k media source and you need to be a certain distance from a certain sized set to notice the difference between that and a 1080 source.

4k will be the norm in terms of what's available but just because it's the latest does not make it the greatest. Still, if you must be ahead off the curve make sure you get one of those bent ones and don't forget to hook it up with those £100 HDMI cables!

sky tv is only in 720p or 1080i

Trevormal

4k... Pointless. Many folks aren't even making full use of their 1080p … 4k... Pointless. Many folks aren't even making full use of their 1080p sets never mind resolutions higher than that. Just bought a nice all bells and whistles 40" Samsung set to replace our 7 year old HD ready Toshiba. the HD channels are still broadcasting at 720p and they are few and far between! Even if you get a 4k set you need a 4k media source and you need to be a certain distance from a certain sized set to notice the difference between that and a 1080 source.4k will be the norm in terms of what's available but just because it's the latest does not make it the greatest. Still, if you must be ahead off the curve make sure you get one of those bent ones and don't forget to hook it up with those £100 HDMI cables!



I think by the term 'Bent' , you mean 'Curved' and not a tele that's fallen off the back of a wagon .... just for clarity

Oh and your comment regarding a 4k set needing a 4k media source , that's not entirely true as most 4k TV's that I have looked at upscale the picture quite well and is certainly an improvement over 1080p , although admittedly it will not be true 4k resolution.
That said , it wouldn't be such a bad idea to get a 4k TV for the forthcoming broadcasts ....
Edited by: "rooney10" 10th Nov 2014

All wrong info people pouring on, 4K tv will upscale automatically if it is written in specs so no of buying anything separate for upscaling, or waiting for channels to be aired. Yes true 4k is supposed to be 120hz but all these current 4K models are 60hz rest half they have saved for future

rooney10

I think by the term 'Bent' , you mean 'Curved' and not a tele that's … I think by the term 'Bent' , you mean 'Curved' and not a tele that's fallen off the back of a wagon .... just for clarity Oh and your comment regarding a 4k set needing a 4k media source , that's not entirely true as most 4k TV's that I have looked at upscale the picture quite well and is certainly an improvement over 1080p , although admittedly it will not be true 4k resolution.That said , it wouldn't be such a bad idea to get a 4k TV for the forthcoming broadcasts ....



Yes, by bent I was referring to the curved TV's. Bit of a gimmick... I remember when they told us 'flat' panels where revolutionary!

Yes, it up scales the image but what does that matter? You're not adding more detail. 4k on a huge screen with a true 4k source I'm with you but we're a long way from that, certainly as the norm!

It'd be nice to have a super high definition image on a big screen from a source that isn't highly compressed but that's a long way off.

Sure, you can one up the neighbours with your futuristic TV but chances are you're going to be mainly watching compressd 720p or 1080i / p images on it - just upscaled. That's not much of an improvement.

5 years from now the 4k TV may start proving it's worth but I just don't see the point in them right now.

And just to clarify, by 4k media source I mean something that is true 4k and not something like a 1080p blu ray that your TV upscaled.

Trevormal

Yes, by bent I was referring to the curved TV's. Bit of a gimmick... I … Yes, by bent I was referring to the curved TV's. Bit of a gimmick... I remember when they told us 'flat' panels where revolutionary!Yes, it up scales the image but what does that matter? You're not adding more detail. 4k on a huge screen with a true 4k source I'm with you but we're a long way from that, certainly as the norm!It'd be nice to have a super high definition image on a big screen from a source that isn't highly compressed but that's a long way off.Sure, you can one up the neighbours with your futuristic TV but chances are you're going to be mainly watching compressd 720p or 1080i / p images on it - just upscaled. That's not much of an improvement.5 years from now the 4k TV may start proving it's worth but I just don't see the point in them right now.



Maybe not for you , but for someone who doesn't want to buy another set in 5 years time perhaps ? Some people will be quite happy swapping out their TVs every 5 years , others I feel may not.

£349 at Woolworths too

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difficult_guy

Its time to buy 4k 3D passive tv. Samsung's mad active 3d tv has given … Its time to buy 4k 3D passive tv. Samsung's mad active 3d tv has given really bad 3d viewing experience and HD tv technology is very old. New tv technology is OLED, 4K and Passive 3D, as a future proof for our investment.



Please, did anyone ever use 3D? The rate at which peeps buy TVs now, there's plenty of time to get this then get a OLED, 3d 4K behemoth later. By you future technical reckoning, you'll never actually buy a TV, there will be 5K and 4D soon.

It's still too expensive for channels to broadcast in HD let alone 4K. Consumers will scrap television cable if Virgin / Sky up the prices. Alternatively, do you want commercials to run for 10 minutes at a time because that is what it will probably cost in advertisement fees to broadcast in 4K.

4k and 8k doesn't have a place in television. It is only good for Bluray films, be that ones released by Hollywood, or your own productions using a 4K/8K camcorder.

Can you get channel 5 on this

8k is already a thing so don't waste your money on low quality 4k that's a poor mans TV!...

digitaltrends.com/hom…ng/

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chriskrt

Am i missing something … Am i missing something here?http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/samsung/ue55h6400/sams-ue55h6400



I posted that deal up already and it didn't get much heat... oO

hotukdeals.com/dea…458

chriskrt

Am i missing something … Am i missing something here?http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/samsung/ue55h6400/sams-ue55h6400



no free soundbar...

DEALofaLifetime

I posted that deal up already and it didn't get much heat... … I posted that deal up already and it didn't get much heat... oOhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue55h6400-55-inch-3d-led-smart-tv-1080p-hd-freeview-hd-799-richersounds-2051458#post23373401



but your deal does not include the 'fantastic' soundbar - did it?

many deals get posted on here that deserve more heat than what they get, but until it gets to 100 heat then most do not even see them

the 'free' soundbar is the 'pull' on this deal (despite the fact that the soundbar is only £119 from Richer Sounds and you can also get a 5-year guarantee from Richer Sounds)

its all about the gimmicks

EDIT - and in the time it took me to type this, someone comes along and proves my point (please see post above this one )

Edited by: "CockneySpur" 25th Nov 2014

difficult_guy

Its time to buy 4k 3D passive tv. Samsung's mad active 3d tv has given … Its time to buy 4k 3D passive tv. Samsung's mad active 3d tv has given really bad 3d viewing experience and HD tv technology is very old. New tv technology is OLED, 4K and Passive 3D, as a future proof for our investment.



No, new tech is 8K. 4K is old.

Good price, not too excited about the whole 4k anyways

DEALofaLifetime

I posted that deal up already and it didn't get much heat... … I posted that deal up already and it didn't get much heat... oOhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue55h6400-55-inch-3d-led-smart-tv-1080p-hd-freeview-hd-799-richersounds-2051458#post23373401



This site is beeing funny very often...:)


Geekboy2k

no free soundbar...



I preffer to pay 100 quid less for higher model of TV, and then buy soundbar when i want to...

200hz on an LED not the best to be honest. Not gonna look good for sports and fast moving scenes especially for a screen of that size

I've had this exact TV for a month now and really can't fault it, Had to buy the 3D glasses separate and was used once as it's just a novelty as everyone told me.
Very happy with it and will probably replace in a few years with 4k when it becomes the normal broadcasting format.


Elevation

No, new tech is 8K. 4K is old.



4k is NOT widely available and it not needed upto the size of 80" tv sets. so its out to discussion, I think... am I right!

just abit of advice which is the better tv this or a sony of the same size, its for football/movies any recommendations

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Mac007

Can you get channel 5 on this

. No doesn't do analogue sorry

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Not 128k cold

There will always be a new technology around the corner. Hopefully they'll find some more efficient way of broadcasting higher volumes of data, but maybe fibre to the home & on demand tv will make satellite/terrestrial broadcast tv redundant?

Also, will Blu-ray discs will be replaced with flash memory cards in the shops? Seems pointless to keep a big stock of discs when they could put any film ever made on a flash memory stick.

Whats the difference between this or the 6400, 6500 model?
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