Samsung UE55MU9000 Curved 4K UHD, HDR £849 with code @ PRC Direct (Or Price Match John Lewis!)
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Samsung UE55MU9000 Curved 4K UHD, HDR £849 with code @ PRC Direct (Or Price Match John Lewis!)

£849£1,29935%PRC Direct Deals
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Found 6th Jan
Looks like a good spec for the money! I have price matched at John Lewis, but not pulled the trigger and bought yet. To be honest I am unsure about the curved display as I will be wall mounting, and might wait and see what happens after CES!

You will need to use the discount code 'WINTER400' to get this price.
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The live curtain drawstring microled sets looked amazing at early EVA Previews.

Could be worth waiting.
Just bought the 65 from PRC really good and efficient comapany. Just checking abouth the free 5 yr warranty though.
Dilithium7 m ago

The live curtain drawstring microled sets looked amazing at early EVA …The live curtain drawstring microled sets looked amazing at early EVA Previews.Could be worth waiting.


Now that sounds cool!!
Not a curved fan but a good price. Have heat
I've just bought the 55SJ950v and in honesty I've very impressed. Tempted by this though but reviews say viewing angles poor
Ploddman5 m ago

I've just bought the 55SJ950v and in honesty I've very impressed. Tempted …I've just bought the 55SJ950v and in honesty I've very impressed. Tempted by this though but reviews say viewing angles poor


I’ve been tempted by the LG, what’s it like re sport and films?
jtomo5 m ago

I’ve been tempted by the LG, what’s it like re sport and films?


I've always had Samsung but didn't rate the MU series this year. The LG in my opinion is great. I've tweaked the picture settings slightly and it is a vast improvement on my KU series Samsung. The design is so slim it's unreal. For what I paid I could not justify paying up to £400 more for other models that may be slightly better in certain areas but not all. The main plus is viewing angles and support for dolby vision etc.

The price drop for Samsung is tempting but still not convinced .... Arggh what to do.
Edited by: "Ploddman" 6th Jan
Ploddman12 m ago

I've just bought the 55SJ950v and in honesty I've very impressed. Tempted …I've just bought the 55SJ950v and in honesty I've very impressed. Tempted by this though but reviews say viewing angles poor


I was looking at that model as well, can I ask what you paid for it? Cant say I've seen any deals pop up for it lately!
If it was not curved, at that price it would have moved to the top of my wishlist.
mattyboy19828 m ago

I was looking at that model as well, can I ask what you paid for it? Cant …I was looking at that model as well, can I ask what you paid for it? Cant say I've seen any deals pop up for it lately!


Paid £1089 from richer sounds. I did post it on here mate. Mixed reception as people rave on about OLED which yes are very good but a lot more money still with risks.
Dilithium1 h, 10 m ago

The live curtain drawstring microled sets looked amazing at early EVA …The live curtain drawstring microled sets looked amazing at early EVA Previews.Could be worth waiting.


They do look good but you wont be picking up a 55" microled for this sort of price for a long time
Edited by: "Smadmad" 6th Jan
mattyboy198210 m ago

I was looking at that model as well, can I ask what you paid for it? Cant …I was looking at that model as well, can I ask what you paid for it? Cant say I've seen any deals pop up for it lately!

I too is also interested in this answer. Ive been watching video reviews, you tube etc trying to make my mind up. Been switching between the old 2016 KS9000 model (some reviews say this model is better than the 2017 MU9000 model), then I switch to LG, then back to Samsung....aaaaarrrrggghhhhh however I took the plunge this afternoon and bought the MU9000 65 inch and also the MU9000 55 inch (Greedy I know) from PRC, but at the prices quoted, they're even cheaper than Ebay refurbs/open box. The 5 year warranty was the deal breaker, but im a bit dubious about that. Dont forget the 3% quidco as well. Im hoping ive got a bargain and not two bags of sh*******, but even though I have purchased the samsungs im still undecided and thinking i'ver made a mistake. Help!!!!
Just to confirm John Lewis did accept the price match!
mattyboy198211 m ago

Just to confirm John Lewis did accept the price match!


Its hit and miss when John Lewis accept the price match with PRC IMHO due to PRC not matching John Lewis's delivery service, so you did well to get a price match
Edited by: "Mark_Roberts-137b6.96257" 6th Jan
That's a good price. Not a fan of this year's mu or q series or the curve design so wouldn't purchase myself but if it was flat I'd be giving it some serious thought.
I bought there flagship model in 2013 (55" HU8500 Curved Smart 3D UHD 4K) as they promised to bring out a new evolution box for it up until 2017, it didn't happen, I'm now trying to get them to do a "Buy Back"
Great price, at these prices the Samsung are a must buy!
Dilithium1 h, 16 m ago

The live curtain drawstring microled sets looked amazing at early EVA …The live curtain drawstring microled sets looked amazing at early EVA Previews.Could be worth waiting.


You could literally copy and paste that every year.
Mark_Roberts-10312978651318 m ago

Its hit and miss when John Lewis accept the price match with PRC IMHO due …Its hit and miss when John Lewis accept the price match with PRC IMHO due to PRC not matching John Lewis's delivery service, so you did well to get a price match


Surly instore buy this wouldn’t be a prob.
Mark_Roberts-10312978651327 m ago

I too is also interested in this answer. Ive been watching video reviews, …I too is also interested in this answer. Ive been watching video reviews, you tube etc trying to make my mind up. Been switching between the old 2016 KS9000 model (some reviews say this model is better than the 2017 MU9000 model), then I switch to LG, then back to Samsung....aaaaarrrrggghhhhh however I took the plunge this afternoon and bought the MU9000 65 inch and also the MU9000 55 inch (Greedy I know) from PRC, but at the prices quoted, they're even cheaper than Ebay refurbs/open box. The 5 year warranty was the deal breaker, but im a bit dubious about that. Dont forget the 3% quidco as well. Im hoping ive got a bargain and not two bags of sh*******, but even though I have purchased the samsungs im still undecided and thinking i'ver made a mistake. Help!!!!


If you have a decent KS9000 it is much better than the MU9000. Not what you want to here, but true. MU is the replacement for the KU range, KS replacement is the Q series.
Ploddman52 m ago

I've just bought the 55SJ950v and in honesty I've very impressed. Tempted …I've just bought the 55SJ950v and in honesty I've very impressed. Tempted by this though but reviews say viewing angles poor


SJ950 at £1089 vs this tv at £849, then the MU9000 wins hands down.
Mark_Roberts-10312978651343 m ago

I too is also interested in this answer. Ive been watching video reviews, …I too is also interested in this answer. Ive been watching video reviews, you tube etc trying to make my mind up. Been switching between the old 2016 KS9000 model (some reviews say this model is better than the 2017 MU9000 model), then I switch to LG, then back to Samsung....aaaaarrrrggghhhhh however I took the plunge this afternoon and bought the MU9000 65 inch and also the MU9000 55 inch (Greedy I know) from PRC, but at the prices quoted, they're even cheaper than Ebay refurbs/open box. The 5 year warranty was the deal breaker, but im a bit dubious about that. Dont forget the 3% quidco as well. Im hoping ive got a bargain and not two bags of sh*******, but even though I have purchased the samsungs im still undecided and thinking i'ver made a mistake. Help!!!!


I have the 55 and love it. It's had compliments from guests aswell. Not had any problems with viewing angles either.. .maybe as it's mounted in a corner and not flat against a wall.
Submitted a price match request with John Lewis to see. Then I'll ponder. I do really like the LG and worried about curve on Samsung.
What's the difference between the 55MU7000 and 55MU9000. I've still got the 7000 on £699 price match with JL for 2 weeks. Is this worth £150 more?
John Lewis in Solihull will price match. Now to decide whether to take the LGSJ950 back to richer sounds 🤔. They may even then price match. Decisions Decisions
Agahnim114 m ago

What's the difference between the 55MU7000 and 55MU9000. I've still got …What's the difference between the 55MU7000 and 55MU9000. I've still got the 7000 on £699 price match with JL for 2 weeks. Is this worth £150 more?


mu7000 has a 60hz refresh rate and the mu9000 has a 120hz refresh rate, if you're a gamer it matters and the mu9000 will be a 'gamers' choice. 1 extra hdmi in the mu9000, extra usb, but no components or composite connection which the mu7000 does. Local dimming on the mu9000, different (supposed to be better hdr engine), triple black technology on the mu9000, peak illuminator, better audio on the mu9000. IMHO opinion, the mu7000 doesnt look bad when comparing it to the mu9000
does the winter400 code only work on this set???
Mark_Roberts-10312978651323 m ago

mu7000 has a 60hz refresh rate and the mu9000 has a 120hz refresh rate, if …mu7000 has a 60hz refresh rate and the mu9000 has a 120hz refresh rate, if you're a gamer it matters and the mu9000 will be a 'gamers' choice. 1 extra hdmi in the mu9000, extra usb, but no components or composite connection which the mu7000 does. Local dimming on the mu9000, different (supposed to be better hdr engine), triple black technology on the mu9000, peak illuminator, better audio on the mu9000. IMHO opinion, the mu7000 doesnt look bad when comparing it to the mu9000


the 55 inch of the mu7000 has a 120hz refresh rate. its the 49inch that is 60hz only. aslong as you are viewing head on its a grear tv. from angles or the side its poor!
not a fan of the curve but this is a fantastic price!!
I do like my Samsung but right now I am just looking for a 65" with the ability to play sound into the room and also have the ability to connect BT earphone or headset at the same time. Dual audio out puts. Would like to hear of anyone with tech knowledge that can point me in the right direction. pls
John Lewis have got back to me already and agreed to price match. Genuinely torn now. Is this £150 better than the 7000. Can't find any direct comparisons. PQI is 2700 up from 2300. Both appear to be 10bit 120hz
Agahnim13 h, 48 m ago

John Lewis have got back to me already and agreed to price match. …John Lewis have got back to me already and agreed to price match. Genuinely torn now. Is this £150 better than the 7000. Can't find any direct comparisons. PQI is 2700 up from 2300. Both appear to be 10bit 120hz


Exactly the same dilemma as me! I’m going to try and view both in John Lewis with the same source to see if I can see a reason to spend the extra £150
mattyboy19829 h, 2 m ago

Exactly the same dilemma as me! I’m going to try and view both in John L …Exactly the same dilemma as me! I’m going to try and view both in John Lewis with the same source to see if I can see a reason to spend the extra £150


I’m holding out for an MU7000 deal. I’ve surprised myself how patient I’ve been these last two weeks holding back from pulling the trigger.
Happy with my curved 55". Picture needs working on to perfect it though
mattyboy198215 h, 43 m ago

Exactly the same dilemma as me! I’m going to try and view both in John L …Exactly the same dilemma as me! I’m going to try and view both in John Lewis with the same source to see if I can see a reason to spend the extra £150


Think I'm leaning towards the 7000. Increased pqi and nits on the 9000 but I don't think it's £150 better. Will put that towards a new TV unit.
Agahnim119 h, 40 m ago

John Lewis have got back to me already and agreed to price match. …John Lewis have got back to me already and agreed to price match. Genuinely torn now. Is this £150 better than the 7000. Can't find any direct comparisons. PQI is 2700 up from 2300. Both appear to be 10bit 120hz


It's all personal preference - personally I don't like curved TV'S.

They often crate issues with reflections spreading them a cross the screen and simular has been noted about this 9000 in reviews online. This TV also is reported to have some noticeable backlight clouding flaws although I cannot vouch for this personally.

I recently went with the MU7000 from JL at the same price match deal you have and am very happy with it. You may then want to consider investing the other £150 you didn't spend on the 9000 on a soundbar if you don't have one already.

I am willing to bet £850 spend on the 55MU7000 + bar will give you a much better viewing experience for your £ than going for the 9000 alone
Heat added BTW OP - good price if you are after a 9000 regardless of any debate over which TV's are best
marzy10020 h, 54 m ago

the 55 inch of the mu7000 has a 120hz refresh rate. its the 49inch that is …the 55 inch of the mu7000 has a 120hz refresh rate. its the 49inch that is 60hz only. aslong as you are viewing head on its a grear tv. from angles or the side its poor!


Bang on - anything more than 30% off angle on this and it washes out considerably. Also yep the 55mu7000 is 120 and 10bit panel unlike it's smaller 49inch sibling from the same range.
The tv seems to have a lot of issues with viewing in dark rooms. From what I've read the ks range was much better than the mu range.
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