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SAMSUNG UE55RU7400 55" Dynamic Crystal Colour HDR Smart 4K TV £503.10 / 43'' £359 / 50'' £449 / 65'' £719 with code @ Crampton&Moore
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SAMSUNG UE55RU7400 55" Dynamic Crystal Colour HDR Smart 4K TV £503.10 / 43'' £359 / 50'' £449 / 65'' £719 with code @ Crampton&Moore

£503.10£57913%Crampton & Moore Deals
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Posted 20th Sep 2019

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Looks like a good price for the 43 inch. Can any experts tell me if there are any better 43 inch TVs around? A cursory search suggests this might be one of the best ones.
Yeah, I’m thinking of getting the 50” at this deal. Any suggestions on if it’s a good idea? Genuinely struggling to figure out which TV to go for - 50”, <£450
I’m after two of the 43 inch. What’s the warranty though?
Anyone got a Which? account? They have reviewed this tv and really want to know what they said before I pull the trigger.
Yeah tempted myself, alot of people are saying the sound isn't great though
Is it A QLED? Some description says it is but not in title.
Cantona00720/09/2019 21:42

Anyone got a Which? account? They have reviewed this tv and really want to …Anyone got a Which? account? They have reviewed this tv and really want to know what they said before I pull the trigger.


38511717.jpgIt seems it is a VA panel. Better blacks,but narrow viewing angle.
Edited by: "Octavian_C" 20th Sep 2019
Octavian_C20/09/2019 22:27

[Image] It seems it is a VA panel. Better blacks,but narrow viewing angle.


Thanks! Is the HDR comment typical of TVs in this price range? Would I have to pay much more for better HDR?
phillipe.bosher20/09/2019 22:30

Thanks! Is the HDR comment typical of TVs in this price range? Would I …Thanks! Is the HDR comment typical of TVs in this price range? Would I have to pay much more for better HDR?


From what I've read on AVForums, good HDR comes for about 900-1000 pounds or higher for a 55".
HiSense U8B is cheaper than that and might be ok, no reviews yet.
Edited by: "Octavian_C" 21st Sep 2019
Octavian_C20/09/2019 22:33

From what I've read on AVForums, good HDR comes for about 900-1000 pounds …From what I've read on AVForums, good HDR comes for about 900-1000 pounds for 55" or higher .HiSense U8B is cheaper than that and might be ok, no reviews yet.


Do they differentiate between sizes then? Is the review much different for the 50”? (Last question I swear!)
Octavian_C20/09/2019 22:27

[Image] It seems it is a VA panel. Better blacks,but narrow viewing angle.


Thank you!
Bought 43'' 2 weeks ago 7470version(bit better picture quality) compared to 7400mentioned here.. Not bad!!
Edge lit panel and you can see the light when the screen is black. All reviews online mention about audio but what do you expect from a 20w unit ?
Can't expect to throw a party relying on the tv speaker . Optimised audio setting does the job for me.
4k Netflix looks amazing, YouTube app is decent too
Edited by: "saeed2810" 21st Sep 2019
Bought this a few days ago direct from Samsung through my work scheme (55” was about same price). Found hardly any reviews online so here is my first impressions.

Turn off motion settings. Creates a horrible soap opera effect and when watching football the ball was a blur. Turning it off removes these issues.

Sound was actually quite impressive for a thin tv, I wouldn’t listen to those who say it’s rubbish, I’d argue it’s as good as you will get on a thin screen tv - certainly better than my 5 year old Sony it replaces.

HD content looks great. UHD also looks great. Still playing about with the colour/contrast settings but seems to have a really good picture overall.

Smart tv functionality is really good and lots of apps (particularly Apple TV and BT sport - hoping the latter brings 4K soon).

Surprised at the black levels, look great to me. I have also viewed it an angle and no major issues - might experience at extreme angles but not tested it to that extent.

There are certainly better TV’s out there but I didn’t want to spend more than about £500 and this seemed the best option, and I’m not disappointed.
Edited by: "KevClark1985" 21st Sep 2019
phillipe.bosher20/09/2019 22:35

Do they differentiate between sizes then? Is the review much different for …Do they differentiate between sizes then? Is the review much different for the 50”? (Last question I swear!)


I am usually puzzled about how Which score similar models.
The 50" has 67% rating, but doesn't have more cons than the 55" one (70%), so I don't get the difference in rating.
Plus this quote from their review : "With the equivalent TVs in 2018, though, we found that the viewing angle was a serious issue. Has this been resolved in 2019? "
makes it feel like they don't understand the difference in panels used and they just expect the viewing angle to be a fix that can be applied afterwards.
Edited by: "Octavian_C" 21st Sep 2019
Octavian_C20/09/2019 22:27

[Image] It seems it is a VA panel. Better blacks,but narrow viewing angle.


I sent mine back. Colors were washed out and never saw a black colour -unless it was uhd content that is when this tv looks good.
Looks like typo in the title for 43 inch as its coming to £395 with the code rather £359 as suggested in the title. Good price anyway.

I am tempted but not sure if John Lewis with £50 more for 5 year warranty is better choice or this one.
Lucifer_UK21/09/2019 01:57

I sent mine back. Colors were washed out and never saw a black colour …I sent mine back. Colors were washed out and never saw a black colour -unless it was uhd content that is when this tv looks good.


Sounds like an issue with the settings and the device you used to watch things on our could be a faulty unit. Where you using the built in apps and food you try changing any of the default settings?
dealhunter8121/09/2019 07:17

Looks like typo in the title for 43 inch as its coming to £395 with the …Looks like typo in the title for 43 inch as its coming to £395 with the code rather £359 as suggested in the title. Good price anyway.I am tempted but not sure if John Lewis with £50 more for 5 year warranty is better choice or this one.


I'd personally pay £50 for a five year warranty.
If not going for this price at this shop, it's probably better to wait for Black Friday.
Octavian_C21/09/2019 09:58

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-55-xf90-kd55xf9005-tv-for-77998-3296889https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-55sk9500pla-55-super-uhd-4k-smart-tv-with-full-array-local-dimming-free-5-year-warranty-3285685


Thank you! Too rich for my blood, but good to know the prices. Thank you
The 50” has gone up in price now - at £477
Any warranty?
Lucifer_UK21/09/2019 01:57

I sent mine back. Colors were washed out and never saw a black colour …I sent mine back. Colors were washed out and never saw a black colour -unless it was uhd content that is when this tv looks good.


There's a Sony deal on here; Costco/£7xx range. The Sony panels are usually better than the competition in terms of panel quality but a few bob more.

hotukdeals.com/dea…889
Edited by: "schmoog" 21st Sep 2019
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