Samsung UE55MU6400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD + 10 UHD FREE film rentals £599 @ John Lewis in del and 5 yr warranty
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Samsung UE55MU6400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD + 10 UHD FREE film rentals £599 @ John Lewis in del and 5 yr warranty

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Found 24th Dec 2017
Samsung UE55MU6400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD & Active Crystal Colour, Silver, Ultra HD Certified

Marvel at the glorious, colour-rich detail of the HDR 4K UHD picture with Samsung's MU6400. Active Crystal Colour tech achieves a staggering array of luscious colour. See every detail in a glorious sunset, witnessing amazing brightness and contrast for a beautifully lifelike picture. Access a world of online entertainment via Samsung's Smart Hub, and control all compatible devices via one remote control. The spectacular visuals of the MU6400 will revolutionise your home viewing.

Plus claim 10 UHD films via online registration

Potentially can be had for £589 @ Richer Sounds via 'price beat' and additional £10 off and a 6 yr warranty.
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Do you have a link for the uhd films?
Is this true HDR or just wording to get you to buy
I'm gonna buy a tv this week but got to be 65 or 75 inch, can't decide which one though
TAZMANUK24 m ago

Is this true HDR or just wording to get you to buy


True HDR requires 10bit and UHD Premium certified.

For 10bit UHD cert TV @55" you are looking @£1k+ easy currently

This will be 8bit screen or 8bit+FRC at best
Oooo should I get this or see what other offers are on in a few days?
supplyuk14 m ago

I'm gonna buy a tv this week but got to be 65 or 75 inch, can't decide …I'm gonna buy a tv this week but got to be 65 or 75 inch, can't decide which one though


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I need this to come down to £500 and I'm set!

Also don't they have a black frame bazel version of this?
*Sloman*16 m ago

True HDR requires 10bit and UHD Premium certified.For 10bit UHD cert TV …True HDR requires 10bit and UHD Premium certified.For 10bit UHD cert TV @55" you are looking @£1k+ easy currentlyThis will be 8bit screen or 8bit+FRC at best


You can get the 55mu9000 for £899
Anyone with a virgin V6 box confirm it upscales
*Sloman*41 m ago

True HDR requires 10bit and UHD Premium certified.For 10bit UHD cert TV …True HDR requires 10bit and UHD Premium certified.For 10bit UHD cert TV @55" you are looking @£1k+ easy currentlyThis will be 8bit screen or 8bit+FRC at best


Not really few weeks back there was one Sony xe9005 for 940 mark and waiting for that to go on offer again at coop
TAZMANUK25 m ago

Anyone with a virgin V6 box confirm it upscales


I never upscale and the the Virgin v6 keeps it at the res that TV support.
iz12345678933 m ago

I need this to come down to £500 and I'm set! Also don't they have a black …I need this to come down to £500 and I'm set! Also don't they have a black frame bazel version of this?


Same here my current old pioneer is finished in Gloss black and would like the same. All I see is silver
messyhead1 h, 10 m ago

Do you have a link for the uhd films?


They are just 48hr rentals. You choose them from one of the apps on the tv.
This or hisense h55n6800 @£570 from Costco’s for my parents?
*Sloman*51 m ago

True HDR requires 10bit and UHD Premium certified.For 10bit UHD cert TV …True HDR requires 10bit and UHD Premium certified.For 10bit UHD cert TV @55" you are looking @£1k+ easy currentlyThis will be 8bit screen or 8bit+FRC at best


MU7000 will do

hotukdeals.com/dea…173
iz12345678948 m ago

I need this to come down to £500 and I'm set! Also don't they have a black …I need this to come down to £500 and I'm set! Also don't they have a black frame bazel version of this?


This won't drop that low. Your best looking at the 6120. It's lower spec but black bezel and was under £500 on black Friday.
donslibi52 m ago

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.tomsguide.com/us/choose-right-tv-size,news-24708.html

65 or 75 inch will do me, just need a great deal now that is not a curved tv
Tempted to use my John Lewis price match from Coop from Black Friday, it was £569.
I bought this on Friday for £628, do you think I can return it and get the £30 difference? Or just call up?
jups200113 m ago

I bought this on Friday for £628, do you think I can return it and get the …I bought this on Friday for £628, do you think I can return it and get the £30 difference? Or just call up?


Call up and give it a shot, no harm in trying
KC126 m ago

Tempted to use my John Lewis price match from Coop from Black Friday, it …Tempted to use my John Lewis price match from Coop from Black Friday, it was £569.


I did and the picture is great for hd / uhd in fact for the latter it's stunning (used passengers 4k disc and assassin's creed origin on Xbox 1x as reference material) and better imho than the 6120.

Picture processing/upscaling on SD channels is a bit hit and miss as certain sky channels sometimes look like they have had a mosaic Photoshop effect added i.e. edges really clear but colours have gone flat. sky box is normally set to 1080i so it upscales SD channels but did try auto so it passed SD channels through to TV to upscale. Same effect. Even paused sky and kept switching between previous TV (practically top of the range at the time being s series Samsung ue40es6800 1080p) and this and the mosaic effect is far less pronounced. Reverted sky box back to 1080i as the momentary delay every time it switched from SD channel to HD or vice versa as you flick through sky channels does my head in lol

Btw I don't believe it is the 6400 model as I very much doubt the 6120 would be any better as side by side comparison the mu6400 looked better but frustratingly I only checked hd content lol.

Other thing to bear in mind is the stand is practically as wide as the TV at nearly 34in so I had to invest in a new av unit.

All In all for £569 from JL via a price match with co-op it's well worth it.
Edited by: "Njay" 24th Dec 2017
prahseel49 m ago

MU7000 will …MU7000 will dohttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue55mu7000-television-for-699-includes-5-year-warranty-prc-direct-2863173


This 10bit?
*Sloman*5 m ago

This 10bit?


Yes (55in) and no (49in)

There is a deal somewhere on here where samsung confirmed it for the mu7000. It's subtle on the Samsung website too with the description mentioning over a billion colours with an * and then stating not 49in.
Edited by: "Njay" 24th Dec 2017
Njay22 m ago

I did and the picture is great for hd / uhd in fact for the latter it's …I did and the picture is great for hd / uhd in fact for the latter it's stunning (used passengers 4k disc and assassin's creed origin on Xbox 1x as reference material) and better imho than the 6120.Picture processing/upscaling on SD channels is a bit hit and miss as certain sky channels sometimes look like they have had a mosaic Photoshop effect added i.e. edges really clear but colours have gone flat. sky box is normally set to 1080i so it upscales SD channels but did try auto so it passed SD channels through to TV to upscale. Same effect. Even paused sky and kept switching between previous TV (practically top of the range at the time being s series Samsung ue40es6800 1080p) and this and the mosaic effect is far less pronounced. Reverted sky box back to 1080i as the momentary delay every time it switched from SD channel to HD or vice versa as you flick through sky channels does my head in lolBtw I don't believe it is the 6400 model as I very much doubt the 6120 would be any better as side by side comparison the mu6400 looked better but frustratingly I only checked hd content lol.Other thing to bear in mind is the stand is practically as wide as the TV at nearly 34in so I had to invest in a new av unit.All In all for £569 from JL via a price match with co-op it's well worth it.


Thanks man, appreciate the tips.
prahseel23 m ago

https://youtu.be/4wRpk_y4Ymo


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Nate1877 m ago

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Mu7000 looks great but I've already decided to go over budget to get the mu6400 rather than the mu6120.
£550 @ coop but only 1 year warranty.
koolishy672 m ago

£550 @ coop but only 1 year warranty.



Potentially can be had for £589 @ Richer Sounds via 'price beat' and additional £10 off and a 6 yr warranty.
Will try richersound on boxing day they are close today and tomorrow if John Lewis price stay same.
koolishy6754 m ago

£550 @ coop but only 1 year warranty.


Would JL price match?
supplyuk2 h, 55 m ago

65 or 75 inch will do me, just need a great deal now that is not a curved …65 or 75 inch will do me, just need a great deal now that is not a curved tv


When I got a big screen, I went for 65” Sony and got a great price on a non-4k that Currys were clearing out. It all depends on what you want - OLED, 4k (if you have anything that plays 4k), satelitte connection as well as freeview, TV recording on USB, etc...). 65” pretty much filled the wall with just enough space for the furniture we have underneath the TV, centre speaker and about adequate space above as recommended in the TV manual (for cooling). Very few do 75” but if you have the space for it, you will enjoy it very much. Even 65” makes for incredible viewing experience. Good luck! Sorry don’t know any current good deals.
Njay3 h, 20 m ago

Yes (55in) and no (49in)There is a deal somewhere on here where samsung …Yes (55in) and no (49in)There is a deal somewhere on here where samsung confirmed it for the mu7000. It's subtle on the Samsung website too with the description mentioning over a billion colours with an * and then stating not 49in.


Nice one thanks i'll take a gander!
L_K12319 m ago

How is it £550 on coop? …How is it £550 on coop? https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-audio/tvs/led-tvs/samsung-ue55mu6400-55-4k-ultra-hd-smart-led-tv-sam-led-ue55mu6400-s/Its £599


Use code PCT50
koolishy673 m ago

Use code PCT50



Cheers yes worked, would JL price match against co-op at £550, ideally would like the 5yr warranty! Co-op do have a warranty but its not free!
L_K1237 m ago

Cheers yes worked, would JL price match against co-op at £550, ideally …Cheers yes worked, would JL price match against co-op at £550, ideally would like the 5yr warranty! Co-op do have a warranty but its not free!


No John Lewis refused price match
Njay5 h, 0 m ago

I did and the picture is great for hd / uhd in fact for the latter it's …I did and the picture is great for hd / uhd in fact for the latter it's stunning (used passengers 4k disc and assassin's creed origin on Xbox 1x as reference material) and better imho than the 6120.Picture processing/upscaling on SD channels is a bit hit and miss as certain sky channels sometimes look like they have had a mosaic Photoshop effect added i.e. edges really clear but colours have gone flat. sky box is normally set to 1080i so it upscales SD channels but did try auto so it passed SD channels through to TV to upscale. Same effect. Even paused sky and kept switching between previous TV (practically top of the range at the time being s series Samsung ue40es6800 1080p) and this and the mosaic effect is far less pronounced. Reverted sky box back to 1080i as the momentary delay every time it switched from SD channel to HD or vice versa as you flick through sky channels does my head in lolBtw I don't believe it is the 6400 model as I very much doubt the 6120 would be any better as side by side comparison the mu6400 looked better but frustratingly I only checked hd content lol.Other thing to bear in mind is the stand is practically as wide as the TV at nearly 34in so I had to invest in a new av unit.All In all for £569 from JL via a price match with co-op it's well worth it.


I did the same and the tv is well worth the money. A massive difference on most games with the Xbox one X over a non HDR Samsung tv I was using.
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