SAMSUNG UE60EH6000 Full HD 60" LED TV for £999.00 @ Currys
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SAMSUNG UE60EH6000 Full HD 60" LED TV for £999.00 @ Currys

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Found 22nd Nov 2012
Big TV for the price.
Can get 10% quidco until monday!
I accidentally expired the deal so this is a duplicate of my own!
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Ok....already hot the es8000, but hot....especially with cash back!!!
£899 if using quidco 10% cashback
Heat added but at this size it's best to go plasma.
Good TV to keep room warm
92 watts. So what does a 60" Plasma use?
Just got thr Costco book through - this will be £1020 from 26Nov-16Dec --- ok no cahsback but 5 year warranty might be worth it
Is there any deal for 55 inch 8000 series?
LadyEleanor

92 watts. So what does a 60" Plasma use?



Probably about 200- 250watts
waiting for the only 2 hdmi and thickness police to arrive lol
Pan111

waiting for the only 2 hdmi and thickness police to arrive lol



Good deal@ £899. Thanks for pointing out the 2 hdmi issue.

LadyEleanor

92 watts. So what does a 60" Plasma use?



Not sure but I have a 51" Samsung plasma and its 186 watts.
It's not £899 tho as quidco says cashback is net cost (-vat) so it's 10% of £800=£80
£920. Great deal though, Im tempted but like someone else said Costco doing this for £1020 with 5 year guarantee, for peace of mind I'd lean towards that deal. On the other hand, how would I get it in the car lol!
I'm not saying this is a bad deal for some people, but ive seen the 40" version of this in person and look at the size of the back! This is an LCD dressed up to look like an LED! Like i said im not saying its not a good deal for someone, but i would expect the price to drop some more in the near future!
Edited by: "bigstevesmith" 23rd Nov 2012
bigstevesmith

This is an LCD dressed up to look like an LED!


Aren't all LED's still LCD
sq999

Aren't all LED's still LCD


no
Yes, youre wrong, douglas13, they are.
LCD = Liquid Crystal Display, as opposed to Plasma.

LED = The type of backlight used (LCDs work by shining a light through differently coloured pixels to create the picture), as opposed to CCFL. LED is more efficient than CCFL and allows for a slimmer design, but edge-lit LED offers no actual improvements to the picture (and can be respondible for poor black levels at the corner of screens).

I know it's normally the spelling or grammar police appearing but it would be £915.75 as the net cost (minus VAT) is £999/120*100

pidgeofcdf

It's not £899 tho as quidco says cashback is net cost (-vat) so it's 10% … It's not £899 tho as quidco says cashback is net cost (-vat) so it's 10% of £800=£80£920. Great deal though, Im tempted but like someone else said Costco doing this for £1020 with 5 year guarantee, for peace of mind I'd lean towards that deal. On the other hand, how would I get it in the car lol!

That's cheap for a big screen. I paid 2.5k for an extra 4 inches!

Was thinking of getting the 75" Sammy but at that size i think its best to wait for 4K and then maybe the LG 84".

Size does matter!
sq999

Aren't all LED's still LCD



LED is simply the method of backlighting, it's still an LCD TV so you are right.
Pan111

waiting for the only 2 hdmi and thickness police to arrive lol



Only 2 HDMI!


Out of stock and price put back to £1,599
Some info on LED for those that are not familiar........here
geordie7

Some info on LED for those that are not familiar........here



One reason why this is thicker than those snazzy thin ones everyone is raving over...because its BACK lit...LEDs are behind the screen, which while having the thicker body, provides better brightness/contrast.

II WATTS II

That's cheap for a big screen. I paid 2.5k for an extra 4 inches!Was … That's cheap for a big screen. I paid 2.5k for an extra 4 inches!Was thinking of getting the 75" Sammy but at that size i think its best to wait for 4K and then maybe the LG 84".Size does matter!



How big's your living room??!

I wanted a 60" really but my living room doesn't have the width to sit far enough to fit it all in view comforably, so decided to go for a 55" instead (ES8000 most likely)
Review

here is a review, i wouldn't get it … here is a review, i wouldn't get it http://reviews.cnet.com/flat-panel-tvs/samsung-un60eh6000/4505-6482_7-35159625.html


I'd agree with that after seeing it in Costco today. Picture quality not good enough. Shame
Recieved mine today, the picture quality from a Pc or xbox is brilliant. But the sd tv channels seem poor quality, i might try my freeview box which upscales tomorrow to see if its any better
DontRun

How big's your living room??! ;)I wanted a 60" really but my living room … How big's your living room??! ;)I wanted a 60" really but my living room doesn't have the width to sit far enough to fit it all in view comforably, so decided to go for a 55" instead (ES8000 most likely)



Its quite big and i have room for a larger TV but my problem is i get used to a TV size and it loses the WOW factor. I don't mind it being large, in fact if you have ever been to iMax you sit really close for the action anyway.

The ES8000 is a fantastic set, saw the 65" model in currys and it looked fantastic. I almost ordered the 75" version but as the screen gets bigger i feel the resolution needs to increase hence my reason for wanting to wait for 4K.
Well i wasn't happy with the picture quality after spending sunday tweaking the settings, HD channels looked worse than SD on my other TV, so its being returned. I would avoid this set, the picture is too fuzzy i think its because the panels have changed so the older versions of the set was better
I bought this unit from PC World about 3 weeks ago when the £999 deal was on for the "black weekend" (in retail circles apparently the last weekend for payday for many people before Christmas)... Considering some of the price comparison sites were still quoting £2500+ I thought it was a good deal... and as I was upgrading from an existing 46'' Samsung LCD tv - hoped for great things.
I AM NOT DISAPPOINTED!
Watching movies and HD TV stuff - you can tell the difference with the 200Mhz refresh rate and it really does give the experience of "live" tv... the XBOX360 looks pretty good too although the sound quality from the TV alone is pretty average.
Delivery was the next day (although the first one they delivered had been dropped and sounded like a bag of shells) but a quick call (with my intermittent sobbing for good measure) resulted in a replacement the next day and waived delivery charges. Can't fault the service or the price - and if there are concerns about heat (negligible) or black quality around the edges (indiscernable) these are misplaced. At £1599 it's an ok deal.. but anything sub £1000 is a bargain and I can't recommend it enough!
douglas13

no



you are wrong.all LED'd are LCD.
sq999

Aren't all LED's still LCD



YES
ataritheone

YES



ok
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