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Samsung UE55RU7020 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR10+ and Apple TV + 6 Years Warranty for £379 @ Richer Sounds (instore)
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Samsung UE55RU7020 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR10+ and Apple TV + 6 Years Warranty for £379 @ Richer Sounds (instore)

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Posted 3rd JanAvailable: NationalEdited by:"merb0786"

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Brilliant price for this TV coupled with the 6 year guarantee too

I was instore earlier this evening and had a look at this and was advised stock levels are pretty good across the UK - also asked if TV10 code could be used instore and was told yes - so looking at potentially £369 (will vary depending on who you speak to)

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Discover picture detail like never before. Lose yourself in True 4K colour and clarity with the largest collection of 4K content and all your catch up TV apps including Apple TV, BT Sport and NOW TV apps, only on Samsung.

HDR powered by HDR10+
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Only the No. 1 Smart TV brand* can get you access to great content from Apple TV, BT Sport and NOW TV, without the need to plug in additional boxes or streaming sticks. Only Samsung gives you access to the largest collection of 4K content including Netflix, Amazon Prime and Rakuten TV, and all the catch up apps you expect, all in one place at the touch of a button

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Clean cable solution
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Slim Design
A TV designed to look elegant from any angle with a design that gives you less TV and more picture.

Easy Set-up
Automatically log into your accounts with simple, seamless smartphone* connection and setup. Only Samsung can offer comprehensive set-up in just a few simple steps. Your TV and mobile* will automatically connect and your mobile will share your Wi-Fi link with the TV. If your mobile is linked to a Samsung Account, it will automatically be shared with your TV

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The Samsung SmartThings Mobile App enables your smartphone to connect to your Smart TV quickly and easily to unlock great features such as Screen Mirroring, and a TV Remote Control.

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Experience better shadow detail and more accurate colour with UHD Dimming technology that independently adjusts tone, brightness and sharpness. By dividing the screen into hundreds of small zones, UHD Dimming separately controls the darkest and brightest elements of any image for exceptional picture quality.

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As someone who went from a 10 year old 42" Panasonic plasma to a 49" Samsung QLED last year, I'd say don't expect too much. Yes, the 4K and HDR content is amazing and you'd never get that clarity on a plasma, however the motion handling and consistency of black levels on the plasma were way better. With the QLED you can see distinct changes in varying black levels, it's almost block like.

As has been mentioned, the plasma used loads more power, and was like a second radiator in the room. The QLED remains cool after several hours of use!

And yes, I know this post isn't about a QLED model, just commented as I made a similar "upgrade" last year.
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I got this from Richer Sounds a few days ago and it arrived and i set it up yesterday. I’m replacing an older HD 32” Samsung. Slightly freaking out at the size of it. Didn’t quite clock how big 55” is 🙈 Seems great so far. But wondering if I should return and get a smaller one.

This is the old and new side by side (and yes, I need to get a TV stand) 😬 Will also shuffle TV over slightly so it isn’t as close to the radiator as it currently is.
Edited by: "izzyzb" 4th Jan
Just ordered this on Wednesday and it’s easy to collect from store now. Upgrading from a 10 year old Panasonic plasma so looking forward to seeing the difference.
O2man03/01/2020 22:36

Just ordered this on Wednesday and it’s easy to collect from store now. U …Just ordered this on Wednesday and it’s easy to collect from store now. Upgrading from a 10 year old Panasonic plasma so looking forward to seeing the difference.


Yeah you honestly cannot go wrong with Richer Sounds especially with that brilliant warranty
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Just ordered this on Wednesday and it’s easy to collect from store now. Upgrading from a 10 year old Panasonic plasma so looking forward to seeing the difference.
O2man03/01/2020 22:36

Just ordered this on Wednesday and it’s easy to collect from store now. U …Just ordered this on Wednesday and it’s easy to collect from store now. Upgrading from a 10 year old Panasonic plasma so looking forward to seeing the difference.


Yeah you honestly cannot go wrong with Richer Sounds especially with that brilliant warranty
Which one is better this one or UE55RU7100? Where is the tv10 code ?
Edited by: "Psaleem1" 3rd Jan
I've had a mixed experience with the lower end Samsung 4K sets.

I had a 55MU6120, which started out great, but got dark patches over the screen after 8 months or so. Upgraded to the 55NU7400, which has been more reliable, but it has a well known storage space fault which renders the smart features close to useless (new apps can't be installed, old apps can't be updated).

I'm not aware of any big issues with the RU7020 series though.

When they're working properly Samsung generally offer the best picture quality for the price at the lower end.
Looks good for the money.......HOT from me
O2man03/01/2020 22:36

Just ordered this on Wednesday and it’s easy to collect from store now. U …Just ordered this on Wednesday and it’s easy to collect from store now. Upgrading from a 10 year old Panasonic plasma so looking forward to seeing the difference.


Yeah, Im considering this as well. I have old Panasonic 42 plasma, old box, using lots of power.
What about 65" RU7020?
As someone who went from a 10 year old 42" Panasonic plasma to a 49" Samsung QLED last year, I'd say don't expect too much. Yes, the 4K and HDR content is amazing and you'd never get that clarity on a plasma, however the motion handling and consistency of black levels on the plasma were way better. With the QLED you can see distinct changes in varying black levels, it's almost block like.

As has been mentioned, the plasma used loads more power, and was like a second radiator in the room. The QLED remains cool after several hours of use!

And yes, I know this post isn't about a QLED model, just commented as I made a similar "upgrade" last year.
Psaleem103/01/2020 22:40

Which one is better this one or UE55RU7100? Where is the tv10 code ?


The UE55RU7100 is a later model and meant to be a tad bit better. John Lewis price match the 55inch for £389 for me two days ago using the RGB Direct price and mine will be delivered on Monday
chancooluk03/01/2020 22:46

I've had a mixed experience with the lower end Samsung 4K sets.I had a …I've had a mixed experience with the lower end Samsung 4K sets.I had a 55MU6120, which started out great, but got dark patches over the screen after 8 months or so. Upgraded to the 55NU7400, which has been more reliable, but it has a well known storage space fault which renders the smart features close to useless (new apps can't be installed, old apps can't be updated).I'm not aware of any big issues with the RU7020 series though.When they're working properly Samsung generally offer the best picture quality for the price at the lower end.


Is the NU7400 similar to the RU7400? I’m just about to buy that, but want to make sure it doesn’t have the same fault?
buddn0703/01/2020 23:47

Is the NU7400 similar to the RU7400? I’m just about to buy that, but want t …Is the NU7400 similar to the RU7400? I’m just about to buy that, but want to make sure it doesn’t have the same fault?


Basically the same TV. Same panel, same chassis. The RU7400 is just the 2019 version.

From all accounts the storage issue is fixed on the RU7400.
It might be a stupid question, but what exactly is included in the warranty?
leannenaidoo5603/01/2020 23:23

The UE55RU7100 is a later model and meant to be a tad bit better. John …The UE55RU7100 is a later model and meant to be a tad bit better. John Lewis price match the 55inch for £389 for me two days ago using the RGB Direct price and mine will be delivered on Monday


thank you so much ..I also get price match today from John Lewis .but I,m not sure about it.because I do,nt have any knowledge about tv.my old Samsung nearly 10 year old.i want to change that one..
MrShah9003/01/2020 23:56

It might be a stupid question, but what exactly is included in the …It might be a stupid question, but what exactly is included in the warranty?


6 Year TV & Projector Guarantee

We believe our 6 Year TV & Projector Guarantee is the most comprehensive guarantee out there. There are no third party insurance agents involved, no complicated claim schemes.

We’ll cover your TV or projector for 6 years full parts and labour

Collect and return your TV [if it’s 39" or over].
Give you a like-for-like replacement if we can’t repair it.

Give you a 45-day cooling off period. If you have a change of heart, you will get a full refund of your guarantee - no questions asked.*
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Psaleem103/01/2020 22:40

Which one is better this one or UE55RU7100? Where is the tv10 code ?



The specs are identical on Samsung’s site. Only difference I can see is the stand
Edited by: "cRuNcHiE" 4th Jan
Psaleem103/01/2020 22:40

Which one is better this one or UE55RU7100? Where is the tv10 code ?


Looking at them side-by-side on the Samsung site the only differences appear cosmetic:

Front colour: Charcoal Black v Carbon Silver
Stand type: Simple Luminus v Bending Plate
Stand Colour: Shadow Black v Dark Carbon Silver
KOLIBERk03/01/2020 23:07

Yeah, Im considering this as well. I have old Panasonic 42 plasma, old …Yeah, Im considering this as well. I have old Panasonic 42 plasma, old box, using lots of power.What about 65" RU7020?


I replaced my 13 year old Panasonic with this model and have definitely no complaints. In fact my mum has just got me to get her one to replace her years old Toshiba. Would recommend this model and at this price a definite bonus.
Unfortunately, this doesn't appear to have an optical out connection - i need it for my old sonos playbar. Also does anyone know if this would have the apple tv app?
You can get this for about £320 if you are patient. Crompton and moore usually have this or some thing similar for c.£400 and they usually are included in ebay’s 20% off i got mines for even less on an open box deal and its been fantastic
sinpasit04/01/2020 10:44

Unfortunately, this doesn't appear to have an optical out connection - i …Unfortunately, this doesn't appear to have an optical out connection - i need it for my old sonos playbar. Also does anyone know if this would have the apple tv app?


It is possible that the image (which shows the Apple TV app) might not be accurate, however the title also states Apple TV and the description talks about it and AirPlay 2, so I'd suggest that it does have Apple TV.

Edit: From the Samsung website:
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Edited by: "Potterified" 4th Jan
Psaleem103/01/2020 22:40

Which one is better this one or UE55RU7100? Where is the tv10 code ?


7100 replaced this
Crap tv
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I got this from Richer Sounds a few days ago and it arrived and i set it up yesterday. I’m replacing an older HD 32” Samsung. Slightly freaking out at the size of it. Didn’t quite clock how big 55” is 🙈 Seems great so far. But wondering if I should return and get a smaller one.

This is the old and new side by side (and yes, I need to get a TV stand) 😬 Will also shuffle TV over slightly so it isn’t as close to the radiator as it currently is.
Edited by: "izzyzb" 4th Jan
izzyzb04/01/2020 12:10

[Image] I got this from Richer Sounds a few days ago and it arrived and i …[Image] I got this from Richer Sounds a few days ago and it arrived and i set it up yesterday. I’m replacing an older HD 32” Samsung. Slightly freaking out at the size of it. Didn’t quite clock how big 55” is 🙈 Seems great so far. But wondering if I should return and get a smaller one. This is the old and new side by side (and yes, I need to get a TV stand) 😬 Will also shuffle TV over slightly so it isn’t as close to the radiator as it currently is.


Wall mount it with something reasonably priced from Amazon, but as long as it is not uncomfortable for you to watch given the distance you sit away from your TV, enjoy the upgrade in size. It does make viewing more enjoyable!
Potterified04/01/2020 12:16

Wall mount it with something reasonably priced from Amazon, but as long as …Wall mount it with something reasonably priced from Amazon, but as long as it is not uncomfortable for you to watch given the distance you sit away from your TV, enjoy the upgrade in size. It does make viewing more enjoyable!


Thanks Potterified. I would love to wall mount it but all the sockets have been installed below so would end up with trailing wires. 😬 I am getting used to it. Although it sometimes feel like I have actual people the other side of the room as they are so big
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izzyzb04/01/2020 12:18

Thanks Potterified. I would love to wall mount it but all the sockets have …Thanks Potterified. I would love to wall mount it but all the sockets have been installed below so would end up with trailing wires. 😬 I am getting used to it. Although it sometimes feel like I have actual people the other side of the room as they are so big [Image]


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Was looking at this in Argos this week for £399. Will be upgrading from a 40” 3D Samsung mainly for 4K gaming on Xbox One X.
Hi guys is this better than the hisense u7b range
Can anyone recommend a good spec 49” uhd set been looking at qled after initially wanting an OLED and realise I don’t have the space
I bought the 43RU7400 from John Lewis for the wifes christmas,very dissaponted after reading the good reveiws on this tv.It is reasonable at best but not a patch on the picture of my 4 year old 43iinch Sony smart tv(not 4k).
Is this good for gaming?
Looking to replace our 43" tv and this looks a great price. Now I have 60 year old eyes and a shared aerial system shows around 70% signal strength on existing tv. Mainly watch tv recorded on a humax FVP 4000T on hd Quandary is. the heart says Samsung QE55Q70R available at Richer sounds for £679 and pocket says this one. What do I get for almost double the price and would I benefit?
danielmorville04/01/2020 12:02

7100 replaced this


It didn't, both were made available at roughly the same time. The 7100 is a variant with a different stand. It's designed to prevent price matching between retailers, however some retailers stock both, so it kind of defeats the point.
Edited by: "chancooluk" 4th Jan
sunter1804/01/2020 12:54

Looking to replace our 43" tv and this looks a great price. Now I have 60 …Looking to replace our 43" tv and this looks a great price. Now I have 60 year old eyes and a shared aerial system shows around 70% signal strength on existing tv. Mainly watch tv recorded on a humax FVP 4000T on hd Quandary is. the heart says Samsung QE55Q70R available at Richer sounds for £679 and pocket says this one. What do I get for almost double the price and would I benefit?


If you're going to be watching mostly standard or high-def TV, that isn't 4K or HDR, you aren't likely to see much of a benefit from the Q70R.

It's strengths are in its improved HDR performance, and brighter, faster (120hz) panel.
sinpasit04/01/2020 10:44

Unfortunately, this doesn't appear to have an optical out connection - i …Unfortunately, this doesn't appear to have an optical out connection - i need it for my old sonos playbar. Also does anyone know if this would have the apple tv app?


The manual makes several references to an optical out and connecting an AV receiver via that path.
izzyzb04/01/2020 12:18

Thanks Potterified. I would love to wall mount it but all the sockets have …Thanks Potterified. I would love to wall mount it but all the sockets have been installed below so would end up with trailing wires. 😬 I am getting used to it. Although it sometimes feel like I have actual people the other side of the room as they are so big [Image]



In addition to the Amazon recommendation, I've used cantilever TV wall mounts from Vonhaus and been good for price I thought. Note - I've nothing to do with the company or anything like that,just a recommendation from experience. They were recommended to me by a family member that had used himself,since recommended to others myself. Lounge 49 LG TV on with their cantilever 37-70 bracket
vonhaus.com/vh_…-tv
and kitchen 32 LG TV on with their 23-55 bracket
vonhaus.com/vh_…-tv
And used a bit of this stuff to cover the cables between
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Just an alternative recommendation from experience, might be useful to some.
Panasonic days are over
Do people think 4k or is it worth paying extra for oled/qled? As I’m in market for tv but feel lost
harrycutts04/01/2020 15:34

Do people think 4k or is it worth paying extra for oled/qled? As I’m in m …Do people think 4k or is it worth paying extra for oled/qled? As I’m in market for tv but feel lost


Best tv is OLED but can get burn in if not careful, QLED doesn't suffer with burn in and has better hdr performance on there q8/q9 versions but worse picture quality over Oled
harrycutts04/01/2020 15:34

Do people think 4k or is it worth paying extra for oled/qled? As I’m in m …Do people think 4k or is it worth paying extra for oled/qled? As I’m in market for tv but feel lost


If you can afford the extra, get a 55" lg Oled. For the money they're a bargain. The difference between an oled & these cheap TVs is night & day.
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