Samsung UE55KS9000 Curved SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 55” with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Playstation Now & 360° Design, UHD Premium £1499 at John Lewis
79°Expired

Samsung UE55KS9000 Curved SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 55” with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Playstation Now & 360° Design, UHD Premium £1499 at John Lewis

22
21 Comments

Just checked and it is £1599 ** showing as £1499 now ** Maybe I clicked on the link too early or the site didn't update fully... thanks.
Edited by: "bauk" 26th Dec 2016

Between this and the 55" 6500 model. Spend £649 on that or get this the dogs knacks at the minute. Any JL codes

Original Poster

bauk

Just checked and it is £1599



​click on the link its 1499

This is too close in price to the LG B6 OLED.

I paid this price for the 65" version off ebay. Plenty of sellers selling. Years warranty.

It's showing as £1499 for me mate

FREE 4K Blu-ray Player when bought with this TV please purchase one of the promotions below
Offer ends 10 January 20178)

Oled is ok but these top of the range Sammys have so much more brighter picture quality. I'm a novice with the techie stuff though

Having a laugh this is OLED turf, £600 tops

trinity09

Oled is ok but these top of the range Sammys have so much more brighter … Oled is ok but these top of the range Sammys have so much more brighter picture quality. I'm a novice with the techie stuff though



I know we all have different flavours, but not to my eyes. OLED rips everything apart. Its like plasma nice and warm, but even sharper and more realistic.

Mrepg

I know we all have different flavours, but not to my eyes. OLED rips … I know we all have different flavours, but not to my eyes. OLED rips everything apart. Its like plasma nice and warm, but even sharper and more realistic.


I love how people compare "OLED" to plasma when in fact the current "OLED" TVs are in fact OLED backlit LCD TVs.
The OLEDs are used to produce a white blaklight that then passes through an LCD layer to produce the colour and brightness level. The same LCD technology that has been around for years.
Samsung did make true OLED TVs but the Blue organic LEDs faded and failed too quickly and were not bright enough for the technology to be viable for long life TVs.
This is the reason why screen burn is an issue for "OLED" TVs and is excluded from warranty on current TVs. It is also why mobile and Tablet screens on dislay in stores can often be seen suffering from screen burn.

paperboy2

I love how people compare "OLED" to plasma when in fact the current … I love how people compare "OLED" to plasma when in fact the current "OLED" TVs are in fact OLED backlit LCD TVs.The OLEDs are used to produce a white blaklight that then passes through an LCD layer to produce the colour and brightness level. The same LCD technology that has been around for years.Samsung did make true OLED TVs but the Blue organic LEDs faded and failed too quickly and were not bright enough for the technology to be viable for long life TVs.This is the reason why screen burn is an issue for "OLED" TVs and is excluded from warranty on current TVs. It is also why mobile and Tablet screens on dislay in stores can often be seen suffering from screen burn.



​doesn't matter how they implement Oled technology, the fact is, it has a considerably better picture than any other tv on the market. Burn in on current Oled TVs is a non issue.

For the same TV save the cash and get the ue55KS8000 unless you want a curve

Mrepg

I know we all have different flavours, but not to my eyes. OLED rips … I know we all have different flavours, but not to my eyes. OLED rips everything apart. Its like plasma nice and warm, but even sharper and more realistic.



I need to revisit an oled screen me thinks.

paperboy2

I love how people compare "OLED" to plasma when in fact the current … I love how people compare "OLED" to plasma when in fact the current "OLED" TVs are in fact OLED backlit LCD TVs.The OLEDs are used to produce a white blaklight that then passes through an LCD layer to produce the colour and brightness level. The same LCD technology that has been around for years.Samsung did make true OLED TVs but the Blue organic LEDs faded and failed too quickly and were not bright enough for the technology to be viable for long life TVs.This is the reason why screen burn is an issue for "OLED" TVs and is excluded from warranty on current TVs. It is also why mobile and Tablet screens on dislay in stores can often be seen suffering from screen burn.



I just compare them based on my eyeballs and worse the wife, and when she can even see the difference then I really do pay attention. Jokes aside its a good tv just too near oled market for me.

trinity09

I need to revisit an oled screen me thinks.



At this money I would. To be honest Im almost giving up and going to buy a throw away cheap 4k panel and build my gtx 1080 gaming system. I dont play online so lag wont bother me. I can see oled taking a big drop over the year and oled tech moving forward. The other TVs will be flogged off. This is a good TV I have read compliants on build quality but thats the sign of the times.

Far too expensive for non oled.

Oled sucks for gaming though in my opinion, and football doesn't look brilliant either. I'd rather have this.

Istanbul_Kop

..., and football doesn't look brilliant either.....


Can't blame the TV for that...

I'm waiting for the UE55KS8000 to fall under a grand. I like the image quality of OLED, but image retention worries me after my last plasma proved a swine for it, and this was when everyone - myself included - was stating it was a thing of the past.

Yeh oled screens way to laggy for gaming or fast sports, just get the best current led screen like this.

Jumped in at JL for the Sammy ks9000 55" at £1499. Can't be waiting any longer to see if price goes lower as we are without a main tv. Could have gone for the s8000 range but wanted a curve telly. My eyes see this tv as better quality picture than an oled i have to say but that's just me.
Edited by: "trinity09" 26th Dec 2016
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text