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SAMSUNG UE60KU6020 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 60" LED TV £769.99 @ Currys
SAMSUNG UE60KU6020 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 60" LED TV £769.99 @ Currys

SAMSUNG UE60KU6020 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 60" LED TV £769.99 @ Currys

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Use code CE30 for £30 off to get the price £769.99

Technical specifications for SAMSUNG UE60KU6020 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 60" LED TV

SCREEN
Screen technology LED bottomlit
4k HDR Yes
Screen size 60"
Resolution 3840 x 2160
PICTURE QUALITY
Processing rate 1300 PQI
Dynamic contrast ratio Mega
SMART
Smart TV services - Catch up TV: BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, All 4, My5
- Streaming: Netflix 4k, Amazon Prime 4k
- App store: Samsung TV Apps
- Custom homepage
- Full internet browser
- Social media: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube 4k
- Gaming apps
Multimedia functions Screen mirroring
CONNECTIVITY
WiFi Built-in WiFi
Ethernet Yes
Connections - HDMI x 3
- USB 2.0 x 2
TUNER
TV tuner DVB-T2 Freeview HD Tuner
Electronic programme guide Yes
AUDIO
Audio power 20 W
Sound enhancement Dolby Digital Plus
FEATURES
Remote control Yes
Voice control Yes
VESA wall mount dimensions 400 x 400
Table-top stand Yes
ENERGY CONSUMPTION
Energy efficiency class A
On-mode power consumption 133 W
Annual power consumption 184 kWh
GENERAL
Colour Black
Internal menu languages 27 languages
Box contents - Samsung UE60KU6020 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 60" LED TV
- Standard remote control
- User manual
- AC power cable
- Remote control battery
Dimensions - Unboxed: 789.5 x 1363.6 x 64 mm (H x W x D)
- Unboxed with stand: 852.8 x 1363.6 x 369.4 mm (H x W x D)
- Boxed: 889 x 1635 x 175 mm (H x W x D)
Weight - Unboxed: 20.9 kg
- Unboxed with stand: 22.9 kg
- Boxed: 29.7 kg
Guarantee 1 year

56 Comments

I assume the model number is unique to Currys/PCworld..... anyone know what model this is?

Is it the 6000?
Edited by: "zx636r" 29th Nov 2016

I think it's the same with 20 on the end

£799 with a six year warranty in Richer Sounds (assuming it is the 6000).

Digital Foundry mentioned the KU series Samsung tv's in a YouTube video yesterday. I'm sure they said that although they state HDR, they are only 8 bit panels with post processing applied. They said to turn HDR off on the panel as it was detrimental to the image. still a very good price for a 4k 60 inch TV though.

I'm still bloody waiting for the 50" to come back in stock!

zx636r

I assume the model number is unique to Currys/PCworld..... anyone know … I assume the model number is unique to Currys/PCworld..... anyone know what model this is?Is it the 6000?



​well it says it 6020, so by my quadratic equations this must be the 6000 series (_;)

bestbuy123

​well it says it 6020, so by my quadratic equations this must be the 6000 … ​well it says it 6020, so by my quadratic equations this must be the 6000 series (_;)



I got the 50 inch 5 days ago for £449

the only difference between KU6000 vs KU6020 is the tv stand and Bluetooth capability on the KU6020 (Although I haven't check this properly as I got it for my parents)

This should be priced between £500 to £600 MAX!

and using the CE30 getting it for £570 would of been heat!

I'd say wait. Black Friday, and Cyber Monday/week sucks this year.

Maybe boxing day/January sales?
Edited by: "iz123456789" 29th Nov 2016

I went for the 55" version of this. Really nice TV!

Although, I can't find the Bluetooth settings people are mentioning?

Sparks11

I went for the 55" version of this. Really nice TV! Although, I can't … I went for the 55" version of this. Really nice TV! Although, I can't find the Bluetooth settings people are mentioning?


Where from?

iz123456789

This should be priced between £500 to £600 MAX!and using the CE30 getting … This should be priced between £500 to £600 MAX!and using the CE30 getting it for £570 would of been heat!I'd say wait. Black Friday, and Cyber Monday/week sucks this year. Maybe boxing day/January sales?



​u want a Samsung 60 inch 4k hdr TV for 500 to 600! bet you want a Ferrari on a Ford fiesta budget too haha always 1 ain't they

zx636r

I assume the model number is unique to Currys/PCworld..... anyone know … I assume the model number is unique to Currys/PCworld..... anyone know what model this is?Is it the 6000?



Same as the 6000 the 20 is just for a minor changes and in this instance the change is the stand.

gchef99

​u want a Samsung 60 inch 4k hdr TV for 500 to 600! bet you want a F … ​u want a Samsung 60 inch 4k hdr TV for 500 to 600! bet you want a Ferrari on a Ford fiesta budget too haha always 1 ain't they



you don't understand this exact model but 50 inch model was on offer and with code it was £420 so here how i work it out

50" = £420
55" = £499
60" = £599

look and study the numbers it make sense!

iz123456789

you don't understand this exact model but 50 inch model was on offer and … you don't understand this exact model but 50 inch model was on offer and with code it was £420 so here how i work it out50" = £42055" = £49960" = £599look and study the numbers it make sense!



So where my 4k 80 Inch <£1000 at

iz123456789

you don't understand this exact model but 50 inch model was on offer and … you don't understand this exact model but 50 inch model was on offer and with code it was £420 so here how i work it out50" = £42055" = £49960" = £599look and study the numbers it make sense!



​You're just missing some simple economics in your calculations. 60" is a massive screen in low demand and production compared to the 50". This is an incredibly low price for this size and spec TV. I'd prefer a 10 bit panel but then you'll probably pay double.

Is there a curved version of this model?

millward84

Is there a curved version of this model?


yes

dodgymix

yes



Do you know what the model number is? Thanks

iz123456789

you don't understand this exact model but 50 inch model was on offer and … you don't understand this exact model but 50 inch model was on offer and with code it was £420 so here how i work it out50" = £42055" = £49960" = £599look and study the numbers it make sense!



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kyle8000

Digital Foundry mentioned the KU series Samsung tv's in a YouTube video … Digital Foundry mentioned the KU series Samsung tv's in a YouTube video yesterday. I'm sure they said that although they state HDR, they are only 8 bit panels with post processing applied. They said to turn HDR off on the panel as it was detrimental to the image. still a very good price for a 4k 60 inch TV though.



Correct. The KU6000 is HDR compatible but is still an 8 bit panel.

They're also prone to motion judder. And don't have the best viewing angles. But then, that's because they're bottom of their range (it's all relative). It's a lot of TV for the money, but I'm super-sensitive to ANY motion blur (it annoys me on better quality panels than this), so it wouldn't be one for me.

(If anyone is wondering about the difference post-processed HDR vs true HDR makes, a guy who has access to both summarises it pretty well here. He's talking specifically about Samsung 6000 vs 8000 models so it's very relevant here. You gets what you pays for ....)
Edited by: "sancheez" 30th Nov 2016

Paid a touch under £530 delivered for the 55" with code MVC50

As a poster suggested above, Black Friday/CM this year were a cop out. Seems to me that all the big retailers believe sticking a black tag on and making up bogus discounts using old prices and RRP values is enough to get everyone losing their minds and spending more on TVs they could have picked up days/months ago at even cheaper prices. Madness. Give me a discount code and a better price any day of the year over a fake Black Friday bonanza deals.

Remember people, in a couple of months, all of what's on offer now will be last years models. Stick that in the Black Friday pipe and smoke it.

Want to buy but my wife would kill me.Swapping a ps4 for a ps4 pro can go under the rader but i think she will notice the difference from a 27" to a 60"...

I returned my 40" model, the motion blur was too much. It made playing Titanfall 2 impossible, gave me headaches. Also it's not true HDR, only an 8 bit panel.

millward84

Where from?


use code - MVC50 as Coop Electricals

With the tech changing/up in the air the way it is, it's a minefield for sure. Am upgrading from a 50" panni plasma, needing a second tv mainly. Checked all kinds of models and went for this at 55" for price sake in the end.

Plasma to go upstairs, 6020 will take place downstairs, and sometime next year when the dust settles I'll be looking to do the same again with a better model however the plasma will then be headed for the bin !

Co op electrical for code MVC50. Available till end of play today. Best I could find. Cash back was another option but the "may" pay was enough to have me looking at garunteed alternatives.

Jsasnn

As a poster suggested above, Black Friday/CM this year were a cop out. … As a poster suggested above, Black Friday/CM this year were a cop out. Seems to me that all the big retailers believe sticking a black tag on and making up bogus discounts using old prices and RRP values is enough to get everyone losing their minds and spending more on TVs they could have picked up days/months ago at even cheaper prices. Madness. Give me a discount code and a better price any day of the year over a fake Black Friday bonanza deals.Remember people, in a couple of months, all of what's on offer now will be last years models. Stick that in the Black Friday pipe and smoke it.



You've only just noticed?!?!?

Like any sale, it's just a way to try and offload a lot of the junk they couldn't sell otherwise. Yeah, they'll have a handful of genuinely good headline grabber deals to suck people in, but there won't be many available, and only the lucky few will get those. Then they just hope the rest buy some of the rubbish.

This is hardly a new approach. And the bogus RRP stuff has been an Amazon staple for ages. Show the RRP. Show the "lightning" price as a 70% reduction on RRP. Neglect to mention that they always sold it at 60% reduction on RRP anyway. Watch the fools hoover them all up thinking they're getting a bargain ....

Personally I would buy a UE49KS7000 for £799 albeit a smaller screen. 10 bit panel for 'full' HDR, great reviews.
trustedreviews.com/sam…iew

decided i'm going to wait for the 7 series Samsung, it seems like it's the only way to know you cover all the bases, HDR,UHD premium, 10 bit etc etc all the different jargon. The 6 series isn't 10bit, doesn't have UHD premium capability, it seems to be half way there but if i'm going to splash out on a 60"+ tv i'd rather just get one that covers all the bases.

I think i'd choose the 55" 7 series over the 60" 6 series, the 55" being about £100 more, although I must say I thought a 70" Samsung for £1244 seemed like a good deal, but I held off
Edited by: "stevenmcdowall39" 30th Nov 2016

sancheez

You've only just noticed?!?!?Like any sale, it's just a way to try and … You've only just noticed?!?!?Like any sale, it's just a way to try and offload a lot of the junk they couldn't sell otherwise. Yeah, they'll have a handful of genuinely good headline grabber deals to suck people in, but there won't be many available, and only the lucky few will get those. Then they just hope the rest buy some of the rubbish.This is hardly a new approach. And the bogus RRP stuff has been an Amazon staple for ages. Show the RRP. Show the "lightning" price as a 70% reduction on RRP. Neglect to mention that they always sold it at 60% reduction on RRP anyway. Watch the fools hoover them all up thinking they're getting a bargain ....


All the current gear below the KS7000 is junk the further you go into it, and even that raises a couple of questions. I'd have expected them to have made more of an effort lol. Looks like they're going to have a lot of stock they failed to get rid of when the new stuff comes out. I thought that was what Black Friday was all about X)

zx636r

I assume the model number is unique to Currys/PCworld..... anyone know … I assume the model number is unique to Currys/PCworld..... anyone know what model this is?Is it the 6000?


it's the classic price-match-blocker

This is as much "Samsung" as my Samsung B650 from Currys 6 years ago and my "Kenwood Microwave" from Currys....

Not made in same plant as a real Samsung.
Do not buy.

balluji

it's the classic price-match-blocker



No, it's a scabby budget panel re-labeled for the masses to get scammed.
....Price match blocker, if only!

gchef99

​u want a Samsung 60 inch 4k hdr TV for 500 to 600! bet you want a F … ​u want a Samsung 60 inch 4k hdr TV for 500 to 600! bet you want a Ferrari on a Ford fiesta budget too haha always 1 ain't they


Calm down there talking a few hundred quid you should have said audi for vw budget not a 100k plus car for a 10k ford!
Edited by: "JOEE4000" 30th Nov 2016

JOEE4000

Calm down there talking a few hundred quid you should have said audi for … Calm down there talking a few hundred quid you should have said audi for vw budget not a 100k plus car for a 10k ford!



​I like to lay it on thick

gchef99

​I like to lay it on thick



I bet you say that to all the boys....................

iz123456789

you don't understand this exact model but 50 inch model was on offer and … you don't understand this exact model but 50 inch model was on offer and with code it was £420 so here how i work it out50" = £42055" = £49960" = £599look and study the numbers it make sense!



I would happily pay £79 for an extra 5 inches.

I used the code CE770 instead, it made more sense to get it for free.

robo989

This is as much "Samsung" as my Samsung B650 from Currys 6 years ago and … This is as much "Samsung" as my Samsung B650 from Currys 6 years ago and my "Kenwood Microwave" from Currys....Not made in same plant as a real Samsung.Do not buy.


Care to elaborate ? Genuinely interested and not seen any kind of reference to this although can see that the B650 got good reviews same as this TV does. Don't take 'good' as fantastic ! Am aware it's a cheap TV in comparison to 10bit/Full HDR ect and assume that it's still a better purchase than going the RGBW route.

What's best for ps4 pro?

kyle8000

Digital Foundry mentioned the KU series Samsung tv's in a YouTube video … Digital Foundry mentioned the KU series Samsung tv's in a YouTube video yesterday. I'm sure they said that although they state HDR, they are only 8 bit panels with post processing applied. They said to turn HDR off on the panel as it was detrimental to the image. still a very good price for a 4k 60 inch TV though.



Thanks - and that's exactly why spending this much money on a sub-par 4k TV at the moment is madness
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