SAMSUNG UE55MU7000 4k HDR1000 - £749 @ RGB Direct
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SAMSUNG UE55MU7000 4k HDR1000 - £749 @ RGB Direct

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Found 27th Jan
Use SPORTS30 code to get £30 off

John Lewis will also price match. So good 5 years warranty. Lowest price till now.

Could also use John Lewis gift cards from morrisons and get points worth £100. So that's another £100 off.

HDR 1000
UE55MU7000TXXU has exceptional brightness, shadow detail and vibrant colour just as the director intended with HDR 1000. Providing a far superior High Dynamic Range than that of conventional UHD TVs, HDR 1000 brings entertainment to life
Dynamic Crystal Colour
Experience crystal clear, lifelike colour. With more than one billion hues - 64 times more than conventional UHD TVs - the Dynamic Crystal Colour display delivers picture-perfect results every time. See every colour in a rainbow or every shade in a spectacular sunset
Certified Ultra HD
Experience Certified Ultra HD for true colour and clarity. With over 17 million stunning colours, Certified Ultra HD makes the most of every pixel. Dont settle for anything less than Certified picture quality
Clean Cable Solution
Hidden cables for a clean clutter free living solution. The MU7000s television stand lets you run cables through it, keeping all your connections out of sight and leaving the elegant, minimal TV design uncompromised
360 Design
Enjoy a TV that feels at home in any living space, with form and function that combine to create a design thats beautiful from every angle. With its stunningly clean curves, this minimalist take on the TV will enhance any setting, creating the perfect space for tonights entertainment
One Remote Control
Control all of your compatible devices and content with the One Remote Control. Experience complete control, seamless multi-tasking and laid-back viewing as you change channels on your set-top box, play the latest blockbuster on your Ultra HD Blu-ray player
Smart View
UE55MU7000 has easy browse content and control your TV from your mobile. Effortlessly connect your compatible mobile device with your TV to stream the latest viral sensation. Youll never miss a moment as you make a cup of tea
Smart Hub
Easy access to all your content and connected devices from one place. Discover must-have entertainment through Samsungs intuitive 2017 Smart Hub. From late-night Netflix marathons to bingeing on UHD box sets, youre only ever 3 clicks from your favourite content
Samsung TV Plus
Experience easy access to the latest movies via your TV guide in addition to all your traditional TV channels. Whether youre browsing for the latest Hollywood blockbuster or trying to find Ultra HD content, expand your viewing options through a wealth of additional Smart channels with Samsung TV Plus
Twin Tuners and Pause Live TV functionality
Take control of how you watch TV. Samsungs Pause, re-wind or record live TV functionality can freeze the action to free you up. And with twin-tuners, theres no more arguments over who watches what - simply watch one channel whilst you record another
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malachi4 m ago

HDR 1000.... what confusion is this now?


I gave up and bought a projector
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rev64 h, 0 m ago

I gave up and bought a projector



I did the opposit lol sold the projector to buy is big brother
very impressed with the 7000 series

rev64 h, 0 m ago

I gave up and bought a projector

Edited by: "Pokerkingbouch" 27th Jan
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HDR 1000.... what confusion is this now?
malachi4 m ago

HDR 1000.... what confusion is this now?


I gave up and bought a projector
malachi29 m ago

HDR 1000.... what confusion is this now?


Literally means nothing other than something to attract unknowing consumers, but it is a true 10 bit panel, and decent for the money and size etc. Paid bout 50 more on cyber Monday
malachi37 m ago

HDR 1000.... what confusion is this now?


Just a Samsung marketing term, I believe it means the theoretical peak brightness if 1000cd/m² but it's not got the fineness of control to get anywhere close to that in practice, expect 400-500cd/m² highlights in most scenes.

davethejedi8 m ago

Literally means nothing other than something to attract unknowing …Literally means nothing other than something to attract unknowing consumers, but it is a true 10 bit panel, and decent for the money and size etc. Paid bout 50 more on cyber Monday



A 10-bit LCD panel isn't important for HDR.
rev637 m ago

I gave up and bought a projector


ive been looking at ust projectors in order that i dont have to attach one to the ceiling.
They are very expensive!
If this hadn't been as low as 690 over Christmas I would be all over it!
rd3d253 m ago

Hmmm:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-55-Inch-M6320-Smart-Curved/dp/B075H1RWCD/ref=sr_1_4


What?
£100 further off from Morrison gift cards? How does that work? Thanks.
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extrachewy200310 m ago

£100 further off from Morrison gift cards? How does that work? Thanks.


You purchase £800 worth of john lewis gift cards from morrisons (£50 ones) and use them to buy this tv from John Lewis as they will price match. Then in return you get £100 worth of vouchers to spend in morrisons. This offer ends on 31st Jan.
Free 5year warranty but charges you £200 in basket
I had an awful experience buying from RGB Direct. Ended up having to get a refund through PayPal. If you can get a price comparison via a more reputable company, I’d urge you do to so. John Lewis often do a price match & they sell with a 5yr warranty.
Edited by: "craighunter86" 27th Jan
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craighunter866 m ago

I had an awful experience buying from RGB Direct. Ended up having to get a …I had an awful experience buying from RGB Direct. Ended up having to get a refund through PayPal. If you can get a price comparison via a more reputable company, I’d urge you do to so. John Lewis often do a price comparison & they sell with a 5yr warranty.


Got a price match from John Lewis with 5 years warranty.
I don’t think John Lewis will price match if a voucher is used.
I have the 49” version and it’s an excellent tv.
Edited by: "Mr.T" 27th Jan
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rev64 h, 0 m ago

I gave up and bought a projector



I did the opposit lol sold the projector to buy is big brother
very impressed with the 7000 series

rev64 h, 0 m ago

I gave up and bought a projector

Edited by: "Pokerkingbouch" 27th Jan
Pokerkingbouch5 m ago

[Image] I did the opposit lol sold the projector to buy is big brother …[Image] I did the opposit lol sold the projector to buy is big brother very impressed with the 7000 series


82" lol that's stoopid
Edited by: "rev6" 27th Jan
edd6669991 h, 35 m ago

Free 5year warranty but charges you £200 in basket



Oh that looks like accidental cover too. My bad.

im going to get richer sounds to price match so I can take advantage of tH £200 Soundbar offer.
rd3d23 h, 14 m ago

Hmmm:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-55-Inch-M6320-Smart-Curved/dp/B075H1RWCD/ref=sr_1_4


That ain't 4k
Cheers for this. I had reserved and was literally driving to Richer sounds to get this TV at £799 when the HUKD notification came through!

They’ve price matched so was going to buy but while i was there the sales guy showed me the 49mu7000 vs the panasonic 50” Ex750B (as the 58”Ex700 os also £750) and the Panasonic looked like it had a much nicer picture quality. I hadn’t really considered the panasonic so i reserved both and am now comparing features etc.

I’m not sure if could have just been how they were setup and position in the shop may have been the reason for the better picture?! Any feedback from people with either of these would be appreciated. Has anyone else compared these two and would the smaller screens compare to the larger models (i think the 49” samsung is 8bit but the 55” is native 10).

Thanks in advance!
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DarK_Bez10 m ago

Cheers for this. I had reserved and was literally driving to Richer sounds …Cheers for this. I had reserved and was literally driving to Richer sounds to get this TV at £799 when the HUKD notification came through! They’ve price matched so was going to buy but while i was there the sales guy showed me the 49mu7000 vs the panasonic 50” Ex750B (as the 58”Ex700 os also £750) and the Panasonic looked like it had a much nicer picture quality. I hadn’t really considered the panasonic so i reserved both and am now comparing features etc.I’m not sure if could have just been how they were setup and position in the shop may have been the reason for the better picture?! Any feedback from people with either of these would be appreciated. Has anyone else compared these two and would the smaller screens compare to the larger models (i think the 49” samsung is 8bit but the 55” is native 10).Thanks in advance!


I have the 49" one and it's brilliant but I am returning it back to John Lewis as I have ordered 55" one.
rev61 h, 13 m ago

82" lol that's stoopid


Yeah got to be at least 85”
DarK_Bez19 m ago

Cheers for this. I had reserved and was literally driving to Richer sounds …Cheers for this. I had reserved and was literally driving to Richer sounds to get this TV at £799 when the HUKD notification came through! They’ve price matched so was going to buy but while i was there the sales guy showed me the 49mu7000 vs the panasonic 50” Ex750B (as the 58”Ex700 os also £750) and the Panasonic looked like it had a much nicer picture quality. I hadn’t really considered the panasonic so i reserved both and am now comparing features etc.I’m not sure if could have just been how they were setup and position in the shop may have been the reason for the better picture?! Any feedback from people with either of these would be appreciated. Has anyone else compared these two and would the smaller screens compare to the larger models (i think the 49” samsung is 8bit but the 55” is native 10).Thanks in advance!


Correct. The 49” is 8 bit and the 55” is 10 bit
Get the MU9000 from prcdirect £849
vinit9 m ago

Get the MU9000 from prcdirect £849


Showing up as 998 ?
Just to correct some of the misinformation in this thread, RGB Direct are offering a 5 year warranty in addition to the £30 discount, provided the code 'SPORTS30' is used
ch0pp3r8446 m ago

Correct. The 49” is 8 bit and the 55” is 10 bit


You won't see any difference.
Grrrrr.... those blooming split feet
vinit1 h, 1 m ago

Get the MU9000 from prcdirect £849


But its curved!
Great deal.
rev67 h, 19 m ago

I gave up and bought a projector


Best thing I ever did. Who really cares about 4k
I may be totally off but I remember going into John Lewis and was not impressed by this tv at all. You may want to go have a look before you buy. That' Just my 2 cents.
Hocus43 m ago

I may be totally off but I remember going into John Lewis and was not …I may be totally off but I remember going into John Lewis and was not impressed by this tv at all. You may want to go have a look before you buy. That' Just my 2 cents.


Stores aren't the best place but the TV is ok. Suffers from the usual edge lit issues and local dimming is forced but oh well.
Edited by: "rev6" 28th Jan
For £849 it's not a bad deal. I'd guess that it's not a 100hz panel but could be wrong
rev68 h, 32 m ago

I gave up and bought a projector


Me too. Projector much better. Can get upto 300" screen in HD
fitzyfitz293 h, 7 m ago

Showing up as 998 ?


Use the code, its on the buying page to get 150 off
Edited by: "vinit" 28th Jan
MCYounes20 m ago

For £849 it's not a bad deal. I'd guess that it's not a 100hz panel but …For £849 it's not a bad deal. I'd guess that it's not a 100hz panel but could be wrong


120hz
bob6442 h, 18 m ago

But its curved!


Still worth it nobody sits on the far left or right of any tv and watch tv from the corner of their eye lol!
'Lowest price till now.'


It was £699 for a short period post Black Friday inc. the 5 yr guarantee from both PRC and RGB direct if I recall.
DarK_Bez27th Jan

Cheers for this. I had reserved and was literally driving to Richer sounds …Cheers for this. I had reserved and was literally driving to Richer sounds to get this TV at £799 when the HUKD notification came through! They’ve price matched so was going to buy but while i was there the sales guy showed me the 49mu7000 vs the panasonic 50” Ex750B (as the 58”Ex700 os also £750) and the Panasonic looked like it had a much nicer picture quality. I hadn’t really considered the panasonic so i reserved both and am now comparing features etc.I’m not sure if could have just been how they were setup and position in the shop may have been the reason for the better picture?! Any feedback from people with either of these would be appreciated. Has anyone else compared these two and would the smaller screens compare to the larger models (i think the 49” samsung is 8bit but the 55” is native 10).Thanks in advance!


The 55" is also 120hz not 60! I bought it a few weeks ago (the 55") and it's fantastic.
this is a great TV got it in December absolutely stunning I was able to get it for £689 via richer sounds though
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