Samsung UE55KU6000 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black £669 (£679 was £869 * save £190 ) (with code) @ Ao.com
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Samsung UE55KU6000 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black £669 (£679 was £869 * save £190 ) (with code) @ Ao.com

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Found 14th Oct 2016Made hot 14th Oct 2016
Product Overview

With a stunning, lifelike picture, this 55” Certified 4K Ultra HD TV from Samsung will create an unforgettable movie night. 4K means 4 times the pixels of Full HD and twice the resolution, delivering ultra-realistic picture quality. The addition of HDR technology means deeper contrast and vivid, rich colours too. The Smart features gives you access to catch up TV, movies and Gamefly which is a fantastic streaming service for games. Simply subscribe and play, without the need for a separate console. There’s also 3 HDMI and 2 USB ports to choose from.

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This looks good and a which magazine best buy

local dimming?

Get £40 off using code GET40 which makes it £639.
Edited by: "Bovrilontoast" 14th Oct 2016

Only 1 year warranty...

only 8bit?

I think that this is 8+2 not true 10 bit. I think the only ones that are true 10 bit panels are the ones that are labelled ultra hd premium like the ks7000 series upwards

powerbrick

only 8bit?



it is 8 bit confirmed which means it's not true hdr ​avforums.com/thr…e-3

Bottom of the range.

polarbaba

local dimming?



local fire

Cold, not 15 bit.

16bit Mega Drive

oos

LOUGHBORO GUY

This looks good and a which magazine best buy


Like they've ever known much about technology. LOL.

You can pick this up for £612 if you have a Very account (Buy now, pay later with 10% credit back)

£679.00 at John Lewis with 5 year guarantee

Sold out

Bittyyyy

Does it come with a free fire extinguisher?

Not enough bits for me. I like more

Cooperative electrical have it in stock for £644.00

loving the salty comments. It's an 8 bit panel with 2 bit dithering. Which means for hdr (and people who want their hdr content to display 1:1) it only emulates 10 bit colour output. If you want to future proof buy a true 10 bit panel. If you are buying a ps4 pro etc. which outputs HDR10 and you want to see it 100% as intended then buy a true 10 bit panel. It's the old HD ready vs Full HD argument all over again.

no hdr that can be of any use on this tv. Also, no 4-4-4 [email protected]
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