Samsung UE55MU7000 - £689 from Richer Sounds after low price guarantee claim (using PRC Direct @ £699)
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Samsung UE55MU7000 - £689 from Richer Sounds after low price guarantee claim (using PRC Direct @ £699)

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Found 26th Dec 2017
Hi, my first deal so apologies if I've made any mistakes

PRC direct are currently selling the Samsung UE55MU7000 for £699 which is £100 cheaper than Richer Sounds. It is currently in stock so Richer sounds will beat it by £10.

Obviously the price also includes their excellent 6 year guarantee and free delivery.

Hope this helps some of you out
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i got a successful price match from JL for £699 but this deal is even better as its another tenner cheaper and a year longer warranty . steaming hot deal and an EXCELLENT fist deal "undonemind"
John Lewis refused to price match for me a few days ago as PRC went out of stock!
Gits.
Does anyone know if RS price match when using a voucher code?
cadmus50 m ago

i got a successful price match from JL for £699 but this deal is even …i got a successful price match from JL for £699 but this deal is even better as its another tenner cheaper and a year longer warranty . steaming hot deal and an EXCELLENT fist deal "undonemind"


After dealing with both JL and Richer sounds with TV returns I would happily pay an extra £10 to buy from JL
I got the MU6220 recently for just under £500 - is this worth an extra £200?
Thanks for posting this. I’ve just ordered via Richer Sounds at £689 with free delivery, back to my Turkey sarnie now Merry Christmas
TMelt11 m ago

I got the MU6220 recently for just under £500 - is this worth an extra …I got the MU6220 recently for just under £500 - is this worth an extra £200?


Completely different tv to the 6220, you would probably see a diff even when comparing the 6220 to the 6400.
currys won't price match this wiill they ? i need an all in one purchase tv and stand along with installation and setup currently looking at the LG UV850 how does this compare to the samsung mu7000
hotdealsuk19739 m ago

currys won't price match this wiill they ? i need an all in one purchase …currys won't price match this wiill they ? i need an all in one purchase tv and stand along with installation and setup currently looking at the LG UV850 how does this compare to the samsung mu7000


The SJ850V has bad brightness (nits) and blacks, which isn’t good for HDR content. LG make good monitors and their OLED range is good. The MU7000 would be a good tv to get at this price although I do like the look of WEbOS.
Aren’t the viewing nobles supposed to be rubbish ? I sit on an angle in my living room so it would get on my nerves
lidds1 h, 6 m ago

After dealing with both JL and Richer sounds with TV returns I would …After dealing with both JL and Richer sounds with TV returns I would happily pay an extra £10 to buy from JL


Worth paying £99 for the accidental damage cover?
dr_mj_999 m ago

Worth paying £99 for the accidental damage cover?


i wouldnt as surely household contents insurance would cover that
Would anyone know the distance btwn the legs for tv stand plse?
Thanks for that @UndoneMind, worked for me there too £689.
Cheers HH.
sharonpaton236 m ago

Would anyone know the distance btwn the legs for tv stand plse?


Taken from the avforums review:

"The MU7000 sits on two feet that are at either end of the panel, as has become popular with TV manufacturers recently. The feet simply slot in and there are no screws provided to secure them in place but they seemed to stay fitted when we moved the TV around. You obviously can't swivel the TV on this type of stand, you'll need a surface at least 910 x 246mm on which to position the 55MU7000 and there is 90mm of clearance beneath the screen if you're thinking of using a soundbar."

I also remember seeing on the forums and looking on ebay that there are more central stands you can buy, which I think slot into the back of the wall mount fittings and provide a rectangular base.
Trying to work out what RS will accept as a claim under the lower price claim. I'm looking for a HW-SM650 Samsung soundbar. £499 in RS, £382 from Amazon (through third party), £389 in Crampton and Moore. Before I go tomorrow does anyone see a problem with RS price matching against these? Thanks.
Just noticed that the Amazon third party, Electronic Empire, have it for £359 inc. postage. I've never heard of them and would probably not order through them but is there any reason RS wouldn't accept this price comaprison as it seems to be in stock?
Just ordered one... Thanks
3% cashback on Quidco at PRC so about £20 less if it tracks !
Good deal just hope the comment about the viewing angle is not true
psd9913 m ago

Good deal just hope the comment about the viewing angle is not true


Had a look at the set in Curry’s and it does wash out but it’s hardly that bad. No difference noted at roughly 30 degrees off centre.
Thanks. Excellent first post. Hot from me.
Darklord7 m ago

Had a look at the set in Curry’s and it does wash out but it’s hardly that …Had a look at the set in Curry’s and it does wash out but it’s hardly that bad. No difference noted at roughly 30 degrees off centre.


Thanks
I had to send a 49inch LG tv back recently as the viewing angle was so poor slightly side on!

I think this TV has a 10 bit panel
If so that is pretty good
I already have the 6400 or something like that and it has been an amazing tv
I probably would not buy LG again and stick with samsung from now on
Good deal
Purchased and collected from RS
Just waiting for my play station deal to arrive hopefully tomorrow from Tesco then happy days!
Good first post
Edited by: "mbriz" 26th Dec 2017
psd994 h, 31 m ago

ThanksI had to send a 49inch LG tv back recently as the viewing angle was …ThanksI had to send a 49inch LG tv back recently as the viewing angle was so poor slightly side on! I think this TV has a 10 bit panelIf so that is pretty goodI already have the 6400 or something like that and it has been an amazing tvI probably would not buy LG again and stick with samsung from now on


The 6400 is a good tv, you sure it’s worth the upgrade? Or is it an additional tv?

LG just don’t have the brightness or contrast. I looked at the SJ800 and SJ850 and to be far, they looked pretty good and are good TVs. I think as long as people calibrate the tv when installed they do produce a good picture.

People do need to take the set image quality with a pinch of salt in Curry’s as their industrial lighting help the blacks seem darker. They also do not display variable source quality, meaning they may look goof on a super clean 4K source but then look terrible watching normal TV or even HD content.
Edited by: "Darklord" 26th Dec 2017
Pinmac14 h, 32 m ago

Just noticed that the Amazon third party, Electronic Empire, have it for …Just noticed that the Amazon third party, Electronic Empire, have it for £359 inc. postage. I've never heard of them and would probably not order through them but is there any reason RS wouldn't accept this price comaprison as it seems to be in stock?


Yes because it sounds like a con.
Ordered this earlier as it seems a great price and a decent jump in quality. I'd seen the same TV in a store a week or so ago and noted it but it was out of my intended price range at the time. I've amended my price range though after reading too many negative things about a lot of the more entry level TV's I was looking at.

Also, not 100% sure it will apply but the free 10 UHD films promotion from samsung:

api.my-samsung.com/Upl…pdf

Note number 8 says "A participating retailer is any retailer in the UK that is not an Excluded Retailer." so I'd imagine it will apply
I'm very tempted by this offer. I always said to myself if I get a new a TV I'll get an OLED but I just can't justify the price difference. £900 more than this. I'm pretty torn. I don't even need a new TV my 51" Samsung 1080p is doing just fine, I feel like I need a 4K HDR TV to go with my recent PS4 PRO purchase (Thanks Tesco 😁) and for RDR2 in March. Looking at reviews it doesn't sound like there's any TV sub £1000 anywhere near this TV quality wise
Edited by: "Agahnim1" 26th Dec 2017
Agahnim19 m ago

I'm very tempted by this offer. I always said to myself if I get a new a …I'm very tempted by this offer. I always said to myself if I get a new a TV I'll get an OLED but I just can't justify the price difference. £900 more than this. I'm pretty torn. I don't even need a new TV my 51" Samsung 1080p is doing just fine, I feel like I need a 4K HDR TV to go with my recent PS4 PRO purchase (Thanks Tesco 😁) and for RDR2 in March. Looking at reviews it doesn't sound like there's any TV sub £1000 anywhere near this TV quality wise


If it lives up to what is said online by reviewers it will be worth it. The only negative things I read were basically "It's not as good as an OLED" which as you say is an extra £900 so not really comparable. I had been considering the 58" entry model of the 6000 series but this genuinely looked a lot better in store, plus for wall mounting it seems to be a much slimmer unit.
Agahnim110 m ago

I'm very tempted by this offer. I always said to myself if I get a new a …I'm very tempted by this offer. I always said to myself if I get a new a TV I'll get an OLED but I just can't justify the price difference. £900 more than this. I'm pretty torn. I don't even need a new TV my 51" Samsung 1080p is doing just fine, I feel like I need a 4K HDR TV to go with my recent PS4 PRO purchase (Thanks Tesco 😁) and for RDR2 in March. Looking at reviews it doesn't sound like there's any TV sub £1000 anywhere near this TV quality wise


32915090-d8Nad.jpgThis for 200 more and still 100 under 1k.
Im tempted
Just had confirmation from John Lewis that they will price match PRC Directs price. Not sure whether to stick with John Lewis that i know or save the extra £10 and extra years warranty with RS. Thoughts anyone?
sunter1814 m ago

Just had confirmation from John Lewis that they will price match PRC …Just had confirmation from John Lewis that they will price match PRC Directs price. Not sure whether to stick with John Lewis that i know or save the extra £10 and extra years warranty with RS. Thoughts anyone?


I would stick with John Lewis for TVs, top customer service when it comes to issues and repairs.
Darklord2 h, 49 m ago

The 6400 is a good tv, you sure it’s worth the upgrade? Or is it an a …The 6400 is a good tv, you sure it’s worth the upgrade? Or is it an additional tv?LG just don’t have the brightness or contrast. I looked at the SJ800 and SJ850 and to be far, they looked pretty good and are good TVs. I think as long as people calibrate the tv when installed they do produce a good picture.People do need to take the set image quality with a pinch of salt in Curry’s as their industrial lighting help the blacks seem darker. They also do not display variable source quality, meaning they may look goof on a super clean 4K source but then look terrible watching normal TV or even HD content.


Darklord2 h, 49 m ago

The 6400 is a good tv, you sure it’s worth the upgrade? Or is it an a …The 6400 is a good tv, you sure it’s worth the upgrade? Or is it an additional tv?LG just don’t have the brightness or contrast. I looked at the SJ800 and SJ850 and to be far, they looked pretty good and are good TVs. I think as long as people calibrate the tv when installed they do produce a good picture.People do need to take the set image quality with a pinch of salt in Curry’s as their industrial lighting help the blacks seem darker. They also do not display variable source quality, meaning they may look goof on a super clean 4K source but then look terrible watching normal TV or even HD content.


It is an additional TV I get the feeling the mu7000 is better and that I might have to make this my main TV.
lidds9 h, 58 m ago

After dealing with both JL and Richer sounds with TV returns I would …After dealing with both JL and Richer sounds with TV returns I would happily pay an extra £10 to buy from JL


Agree i had a 7000 series from a few years back which suffered with clouding. Richer sounds we B*****ds when taking it back for a different medel
adsthompson1 h, 14 m ago

Agree i had a 7000 series from a few years back which suffered with …Agree i had a 7000 series from a few years back which suffered with clouding. Richer sounds we B*****ds when taking it back for a different medel



Thats really bad
You should have complained big time
sharonpaton226th Dec

Would anyone know the distance btwn the legs for tv stand plse?


There are 2 sets of holes for the legs on the 55", the outer is said to be 910mm apart, no idea what the inner ones are... Anyone?
I've just got this from John Lewis on a price match. I picked the tele out first just by looking at them all and seeing what the pictures were like using my untrained eye and then came on here to find the best deal for this one.

Apparently they will price match for the next 30 days as well if it drops cheaper anywhere and I can whack as many claims in as I want.
PRC Direct now have this listed as £798. just as I was filling in the details to price match with john lewis as well
costco16 h, 39 m ago

PRC Direct now have this listed as £798. just as I was filling in the …PRC Direct now have this listed as £798. just as I was filling in the details to price match with john lewis as well


RGB Direct have it same price. Filled in price match request last night accepted today
Edited by: "Agahnim1" 28th Dec 2017
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