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Samsung UE60JU6000 60 smart 4k ultra hd £899, £824 with code silver75 @ Currys
Samsung  UE60JU6000  60 smart 4k ultra hd £899, £824 with code silver75 @ Currys

Samsung UE60JU6000 60 smart 4k ultra hd £899, £824 with code silver75 @ Currys

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U may want to add ju6000 series tv
Entry level

JellybearXo

U may want to add ju6000 series tv Entry level



​looks a pretty good spec for entry level. Smart, built in WiFi, 3 HDMI. looks like a decent and huge set at a very cheap price

Also includes NOW TV Sky Sports Pass for1 Week

Can't seem to find a detailed spec list anywhere, anyone know:

Does it have,

HDMI 2.0 ports?
USB 3.0?
HEVC decoding?

Not a good price now with no HDR. Better options out there now, but if you can wait till Black Friday or Christmas you will find much better 2016 HDR Samsung's at around this price.

kevinc6784

Not a good price now with no HDR. Better options out there now, but if … Not a good price now with no HDR. Better options out there now, but if you can wait till Black Friday or Christmas you will find much better 2016 HDR Samsung's at around this price.



​what's the difference between HD and HDR please?

These TV's are ok if you're new to 4K but I would be very wary about spending so much on a 4K tv that isn't up to the recent agreed standard and HDR ready.

saxet212

​what's the difference between HD and HDR please?





HD (High Definition) is just the resolution such as1920 x 1080p which is the highest for HD, where as HDR (High Dynamic Range) improves the colour and detail in the picture quality and will make fast paced content much better, so complements 4K well.

Edited by: "DelBoy_Tr0tt3r" 12th Aug 2016

saxet212

​what's the difference between HD and HDR please?



HD = high definition, talking about the number of pixels you get on the screen.
HDR = High dynamic range talks about how Televisions display colour.

When you get a normal television picture, the colours are displayed exactly as the colours are captured by the camera. Cameras tend to capture colours much more evenly compared to the human eye and TVs then displays it with a similar level of flatness.

This results in duller colours and/or dark/black areas where all the detail is lost depending on how you adjust your TV.

With HDR filters are applied to the picture that rather than applying blanket contrast and saturation settings to the whole image, it applies it selectively across the image, taking into account how the eye sees colours. You can see more detail in dark areas without needing to make blacks look washed out and colours appear more vivid without being unrealistic or overbright.

HDR also increases the number of colours that can be displayed by the TV (more detail, less 'banding').

kevinc6784

Not a good price now with no HDR. Better options out there now, but if … Not a good price now with no HDR. Better options out there now, but if you can wait till Black Friday or Christmas you will find much better 2016 HDR Samsung's at around this price.



​it does have hdr, but it's an 8 bit panel, so you get some of the benefits but not the full detail.

DelBoy_Tr0tt3r

HDR (High Dynamic Range) improves the colour and detail in the picture … HDR (High Dynamic Range) improves the colour and detail in the picture quality and will make fast paced content much better, so complements 4K well.



HDR improves colour and contrast (which will improve perception of detail in some scenes), but it shouldn't make any difference to motion.

I have this set, 1080p looks good, 4k looks fantastic, however this tv really struggles with SD it looks awful.
Edited by: "gaz_emma1" 12th Aug 2016

I think any 60 in screen would struggle with SD.

hotrod2

I think any 60 in screen would struggle with SD.


If I had a 60" I think I'd struggle with STD's

Good point, although my 51" looks fine in sd

Does it have HDR? I'm very confused, seems to be a lot of talk about a firmware update,anyone know if it happened?

Read the tech specs, this is crap.

LukeStone

Does it have HDR? I'm very confused, seems to be a lot of talk about a … Does it have HDR? I'm very confused, seems to be a lot of talk about a firmware update,anyone know if it happened?



​it's a 2016 so comes with hdr as standard. it's the 2015 ku models that got it as update

houston26

​it's a 2016 so comes with hdr as standard. it's the 2015 ku models that g … ​it's a 2016 so comes with hdr as standard. it's the 2015 ku models that got it as update



JU = 2015
KU = 2016

samsung.com/uk/…003
Edited by: "trakker1" 13th Aug 2016

trakker1

JU = 2015KU = 2016http://www.samsung.com/uk/support/skp/faq/1052003



​j right next to K on keyboard, grr, lol

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kevinc6784

Not a good price now with no HDR. Better options out there now, but if … Not a good price now with no HDR. Better options out there now, but if you can wait till Black Friday or Christmas you will find much better 2016 HDR Samsung's at around this price.



Agreed, I picked up a 65 inch JS9000 for this price, albeit it was ex display. Unbelievable deal

It has hdr whether it's a 2015 or 2016

Sorry, that offer has now ended. (Code - Silver75)

RajUK

Sorry, that offer has now ended. (Code - Silver75)



yes but price has been dropped to £849.97
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