Samsung UE58MU6120  58 inch 4K HDR LED TV £512.10 with code at Ebay / currys_pcworld
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Samsung UE58MU6120 58 inch 4K HDR LED TV £512.10 with code at Ebay / currys_pcworld

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Found 12th Jun
This is £569.00 on Curry's website and their Ebay page. If you go through Ebay, you can use the code PREPHOME10 that they're currently running to get a further 10% off, making the TV just £512.10.

A real bargain for a TV of that size and quality.
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58 inches! That is bigger than the average new-build UK home.
Great price, but you need an extended 5 year warranty for any TV these days - especially Samsung. Their panels have a high % of developing backlight faults.
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58 inches! That is bigger than the average new-build UK home.
tawse5717 m ago

58 inches! That is bigger than the average new-build UK home.



Na, perfect size to use as a partition wall!
Great price, but you need an extended 5 year warranty for any TV these days - especially Samsung. Their panels have a high % of developing backlight faults.
Heat from me. Bought this TV yesterday on the back of the Ebay post added! I hopefully dont go wrong with the TV! Has anyone had any experiences with this model please?
Sailesh_Bargain_Hunter_0726 m ago

Heat from me. Bought this TV yesterday on the back of the Ebay post added! …Heat from me. Bought this TV yesterday on the back of the Ebay post added! I hopefully dont go wrong with the TV! Has anyone had any experiences with this model please?


Yep it's a perfect tv. Never ever had a problem with Samsung teles in 15 years now.
LazyDonkey9 h, 5 m ago

Great price, but you need an extended 5 year warranty for any TV these …Great price, but you need an extended 5 year warranty for any TV these days - especially Samsung. Their panels have a high % of developing backlight faults.


I have a 48in samsung tv for 6 years now, a 22 inch tv/monitor for 6 years as well, 1 22 inch monitor for 5 years and 2 24 inch monitor for 3 years. All samsung, None of them developed any backlight faults. all of them are still working, the 22 inch monitor needed a capacitor replaced but that was quick and cheap, DIY and blamed the fault on having the wrong power brick plugged in to it.
The_Heroic_Hulk12th Jun

Yep it's a perfect tv. Never ever had a problem with Samsung teles in 15 …Yep it's a perfect tv. Never ever had a problem with Samsung teles in 15 years now.


Whereas I'm looking at a Samsung TV right now that has developed black lines across the screen...
quertbarbie621 h, 35 m ago

I have a 48in samsung tv for 6 years now, a 22 inch tv/monitor for 6 years …I have a 48in samsung tv for 6 years now, a 22 inch tv/monitor for 6 years as well, 1 22 inch monitor for 5 years and 2 24 inch monitor for 3 years. All samsung, None of them developed any backlight faults. all of them are still working, the 22 inch monitor needed a capacitor replaced but that was quick and cheap, DIY and blamed the fault on having the wrong power brick plugged in to it.


Even 6 years ago TV's were built to last a lot longer than the flimsy panels we see today. You've been very lucky. My 2016 KS8000 has had the panel replaced twice, due to backlight issues and faults.
These cheaper Samsung's are prone to problems, so you are better off with a long warranty. As I said, great price......but things these days are not built to last and LED TV's are a nightmare.
LazyDonkey11 h, 8 m ago

Great price, but you need an extended 5 year warranty for any TV these …Great price, but you need an extended 5 year warranty for any TV these days - especially Samsung. Their panels have a high % of developing backlight faults.


Don't think you can purchase extended warranty from Curry's eBay shop?
decosparkle2556 m ago

Whereas I'm looking at a Samsung TV right now that has developed black …Whereas I'm looking at a Samsung TV right now that has developed black lines across the screen...


Unlucky but I can only give my own experience can't I lol
It is not LED though as it says per title?
alexshy3 m ago

It is not LED though as it says per title?


It is
The_Heroic_Hulk12th Jun

Yep it's a perfect tv. Never ever had a problem with Samsung teles in 15 …Yep it's a perfect tv. Never ever had a problem with Samsung teles in 15 years now.


I had one of the very first Samsung HD (720p) tvs when they came out, it was 26inch LE26R87BD I think was the model. That was 10 years ago and the tv is still working like a dream...

I also have a 47in I think samsung tv bought from currys that has dreadful back light bleed and it's barely 4 years old no warranty left.

So I think it really is hit and miss.
55'' version was £419 at RGB a couple of days ago
This or
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andrew2you9 h, 13 m ago

This or …This or http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7597901?cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59158%7Cacid:532-198-3455%7Ccid:200217410%7Cagid:12488203250%7Ctid:aud-144400486596:pla-382623640943%7Ccrid:66128550650%7Cnw:g%7Crnd:1207783100033706737%7Cdvc:m%7Cadp:1o1%7Cmt:%7Cloc:9045154&gclid=CjwKCAjwgYPZBRBoEiwA2XeupdNqoIJcDS9eaNf1n4W_VfG9AvOT0djQ11jn4YDCVe_TwU0AaqUqdBoClxMQAvD_BwE



Trick question?
rev61 h, 12 m ago

Trick question?


i think im going to go with the phillips, i like the look of the ambilight
andrew2you6 m ago

i think im going to go with the phillips, i like the look of the ambilight



Input lag is an unknown with those sets which is a worry. Read that some are up to 100ms which is unacceptable.
rev64 m ago

Input lag is an unknown with those sets which is a worry. Read that some …Input lag is an unknown with those sets which is a worry. Read that some are up to 100ms which is unacceptable.



just read this about the phillips input lag, 140ms in 50Hz video mode and 40ms in 50 HZ game mode
bbfb12312th Jun

I had one of the very first Samsung HD (720p) tvs when they came out, it …I had one of the very first Samsung HD (720p) tvs when they came out, it was 26inch LE26R87BD I think was the model. That was 10 years ago and the tv is still working like a dream...I also have a 47in I think samsung tv bought from currys that has dreadful back light bleed and it's barely 4 years old no warranty left.So I think it really is hit and miss.


(Almost) ditto - I have the 40" version of the same 720p Samsung which came out around the same time as the first iteration of xbox 360. I still use it now as my living room TV, it has no actual faults, vivid but natural colours and viewing angles are good (and I'm picky) but it's just too low-res now, lacking in brightness and of course it doesn't handle large shadow/dark areas very well. I'm actually considering just getting a big 1080p TV instead of 4K because I have literally no 4K content and don't have Netflix or Sky.

Would I be mad to get a 1080p TV..??
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