SAMSUNG UE55mu6400 4k ULTRA HD TV WITH HDR SIlver £539 with code - AO on eBay
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SAMSUNG UE55mu6400 4k ULTRA HD TV WITH HDR SIlver £539 with code - AO on eBay

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Found 27th Feb
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Key Features
  • Certified 4K Ultra HD with 4K upscaling
  • HDR with streaming - enjoy lifelike colours & contrast
  • Smart TV - catch up, movies & more
  • TV Plus – movies, boxsets & TV channels in one place
  • 3 HDMI & 2 USB ports - plug in lots of devices at once

Product OverviewStep into the future of entertainment with this 55 inch LED TV from Samsung. It has a 4K Ultra HD Certified resolution and upscaling technology, making sure that everything from Blu-rays to streaming services look outstanding. Thanks to clever HDR technology, your picture will be enhanced with extraordinary colours and contrast, making everything you watch seem more lifelike. As a Smart TV, this model offers lots of options to keep you entertained for hours, including boxsets, on demand services and more. Plus, by using Samsung’s TV Plus service you can also access a vast library of films, shows and more without needing a subscription. And, with 3 HDMI ports you can connect games consoles and Blu-ray players, or hook up external memory to the 2 USB ports to put all your best snaps on the big screen
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I'd love to use one of these with a Mac and PS4 Pro, but they're obviously not designed for the job.
Is it worth paying £100 more (£640) for the MU7000 or £300 more (£840) for the MU8000? Any advice would be appreciated.
H_R_Ali1 h, 2 m ago

Is it worth paying £100 more (£640) for the MU7000 or £300 more (£840) for …Is it worth paying £100 more (£640) for the MU7000 or £300 more (£840) for the MU8000? Any advice would be appreciated.


I am far from an expert but I have been looking at getting a 65 inch samsung. I think I have decided to go for the 8000 when the price is right. Reason being I have read a few reviews and the viewing quality at daytime (light room) is quite poor on the other models but much better on the 8000 model.
gabesdad1 h, 56 m ago

I'd love to use one of these with a Mac and PS4 Pro, but they're obviously …I'd love to use one of these with a Mac and PS4 Pro, but they're obviously not designed for the job.


Currently using with a ps4 pro and it does exactly the job it needs to. Brilliant TV at this price.
H_R_Ali1 h, 11 m ago

Is it worth paying £100 more (£640) for the MU7000 or £300 more (£840) for …Is it worth paying £100 more (£640) for the MU7000 or £300 more (£840) for the MU8000? Any advice would be appreciated.


There's not a vast improvement in the higher models. Save yourself some time and money and get a MU6400 model. I have it. Works brilliantly.
Horrible blb on these sets
Got this set and more than happy with it... Great for UHD viewing and absolutely brilliant on Xbox one X .. Heat added .
cermor52 m ago

I am far from an expert but I have been looking at getting a 65 inch …I am far from an expert but I have been looking at getting a 65 inch samsung. I think I have decided to go for the 8000 when the price is right. Reason being I have read a few reviews and the viewing quality at daytime (light room) is quite poor on the other models but much better on the 8000 model.


Thanks for the reply. I've been getting the same vibe from the research I have done. But then people will say pay the little extra and get the Sony XE90. Then again, people will say forget the XE90, pay a little extra and get an OLED. It's never ending
Edited by: "H_R_Ali" 27th Feb
SAGE914 m ago

There's not a vast improvement in the higher models. Save yourself some …There's not a vast improvement in the higher models. Save yourself some time and money and get a MU6400 model. I have it. Works brilliantly.


So would you say it's not even worth the extra £100 for the 55" MU7000? Also, what have you been using on it? (I plan on using mine for 4K HDR gaming)
H_R_Ali16 m ago

Thanks for the reply. I've been getting the same vibe from the research I …Thanks for the reply. I've been getting the same vibe from the research I have done. But then people will say pay the little extra and get the Sony XE90. Them again, people will say forget the XE90, pay a little extra and get an OLED. It's never ending


In terms of sony i would say get the XE90 as I’m pretty sure they are the lower entry into hdr10 and i think some have dolby vision but don’t quote me on that lol then again my sony XE80 ain’t all that bad its self

Only problem is now HDR and the likes is a think most TVs me or friends have bought these days look dreadful out of box and require some messing about to get just right

Also in terms of reviews for TVs people claimed android OS on Sony TVs was awfully slow but I haven’t had a single issue with it so far which leads me to think most of these people don’t realise you have to close apps xD like these people you see with modern phones complaining its slow then when they hand it to you they have something stupid like 40 apps open -_-
uchihasilver16 m ago

In terms of sony i would say get the XE90 as I’m pretty sure they are the l …In terms of sony i would say get the XE90 as I’m pretty sure they are the lower entry into hdr10 and i think some have dolby vision but don’t quote me on that lol then again my sony XE80 ain’t all that bad its self Only problem is now HDR and the likes is a think most TVs me or friends have bought these days look dreadful out of box and require some messing about to get just rightAlso in terms of reviews for TVs people claimed android OS on Sony TVs was awfully slow but I haven’t had a single issue with it so far which leads me to think most of these people don’t realise you have to close apps xD like these people you see with modern phones complaining its slow then when they hand it to you they have something stupid like 40 apps open -_-


Dolby Vision isn't capable on the XE90, only the XE93 and up. They haven't yet released the firmware though.
uchihasilver34 m ago

In terms of sony i would say get the XE90 as I’m pretty sure they are the l …In terms of sony i would say get the XE90 as I’m pretty sure they are the lower entry into hdr10 and i think some have dolby vision but don’t quote me on that lol then again my sony XE80 ain’t all that bad its self Only problem is now HDR and the likes is a think most TVs me or friends have bought these days look dreadful out of box and require some messing about to get just rightAlso in terms of reviews for TVs people claimed android OS on Sony TVs was awfully slow but I haven’t had a single issue with it so far which leads me to think most of these people don’t realise you have to close apps xD like these people you see with modern phones complaining its slow then when they hand it to you they have something stupid like 40 apps open -_-


Thanks for taking the time to reply to my post. I have been looking at an XE80 too. I have seen the 49" for £520. Or do I pay £640 for the 55" MU7000? Or should I pay the extra for the XE90!? Oh I give up
H_R_Ali3 h, 37 m ago

Is it worth paying £100 more (£640) for the MU7000 or £300 more (£840) for …Is it worth paying £100 more (£640) for the MU7000 or £300 more (£840) for the MU8000? Any advice would be appreciated.



Where is the MU7000 available for £640?
581d2 h, 40 m ago

Horrible blb on these sets



Explain please
there is back light bleed around the edges and corners of this tv, its quite well known. you can live with it or not, but thought it best to mention.
Walrus_Man1 h, 22 m ago

Where is the MU7000 available for £640?


It's £800 at Very. I got a account specific 20% code off. (Sorry I probably should have made that clear)
Edited by: "H_R_Ali" 27th Feb
Any good as a pc monitor?
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