Samsung UE65JU6000 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV - £1359 @ TESCO (SAVE £340)
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Samsung UE65JU6000 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV - £1359 @ TESCO (SAVE £340)

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Found 19th Dec 2015
Looks like a decent price for a Samsung 65" 4k TV.

On Amazon it's £1,502.95 and is out of stock
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On AO.com it's £1499.
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Good find, would love one, but wife would kill me.
Just need it a little more off.
HDMI 1.3?
decent price
nice,heat added
better spend same amount on a 55" top of the Samsung range
bobo53

better spend same amount on a 55" top of the Samsung range



But what if you want 65inchs? Also lots of reports about bad screens on the 55s
I dont know anything about TV's when they get to this size and price but when spending this amount of money, wont it make more sense to find an oled screen
quick search on google found this
LG 55EG910V 55 inch Curved Full HD OLED 3D Smart TV with Freeview HD
applianceelectronics.co.uk/vie…568
£1,299.00

check out the video, looks pretty sick
youtube.com/wat…VDM

again what are peoples thoughts?
4k 65 inch vs oled 55 inch
4k if you're a pretentious moron. oled if you actually know anything about tvs
PsychoSonny

4k if you're a pretentious moron. oled if you actually know anything … 4k if you're a pretentious moron. oled if you actually know anything about tvs


Strong statement, can you clarify you reasoning?
i am going to wait for the 4K tvs with HDR, hopefully 2016 will see some nice HDR (High Dynamic Range) tvs
Enterpart

I dont know anything about TV's when they get to this size and price but … I dont know anything about TV's when they get to this size and price but when spending this amount of money, wont it make more sense to find an oled screenquick search on google found thisLG 55EG910V 55 inch Curved Full HD OLED 3D Smart TV with Freeview HDhttp://www.applianceelectronics.co.uk/viewproduct.asp?pid=11568£1,299.00check out the video, looks pretty sickhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wApsorfvVDMagain what are peoples thoughts?4k 65 inch vs oled 55 inch



I'd go OLED and also LG's WebOS is how you do a smart TV interface properly.
Oled is the bees knees, but I'd wait and see if there's any burn in problems similar to early plasma.
John lewis pricematched the 65" Sony 8509 model for me at £1550. Don't know if the offer is still available though.
May be of use for some.
the oled argument isn't a clear winner, 1: the oled in price range are 1080p, 2: oleds have considerable issues - vignetting, banding and near black issues that you may end up returning the set in the end
PsychoSonny

4k if you're a pretentious moron. oled if you actually know anything … 4k if you're a pretentious moron. oled if you actually know anything about tvs



Agreed.
Bit of backup : techradar.com/spo…756
mr12086

the oled argument isn't a clear winner, 1: the oled in price range are … the oled argument isn't a clear winner, 1: the oled in price range are 1080p, 2: oleds have considerable issues - vignetting, banding and near black issues that you may end up returning the set in the end


thats another issue in it self, reading around and coming from a layman I hear at the distance most people watch the tv from their coouch, you wont/dont notice any percievable difference between 1080p and 4k

either you need to be closer or have a tv bigger than 65 inches to notice the difference
oled does actually improve the viewing experience
With which shop and which product did John Lewis price match the Sony 65"
Just to add some balance to all the oled jizzing - you may get super duper blacks, but it can't manage the dazzling vividness/brightness of Samsung sets
And anybody buying a tv would be wise to wait for HDR
Some of the TVs already come with HDR. The Sony X8509 has it now (after the firmware update).

OLED is the best but someone pointed out to me that their peak brightness dips after six months. Also the colour white became slightly off-white.
incase anyone is interested
some interesting development on the OLED front, just recently
displaydaily.com/ind…php?option=com_content&view=article&id=33142:itri-reports-breakthrough-in-oled-lifetime&catid=152:display-daily&Itemid=564
PCOLED, 1-2 years away

thanks guys, what I take from this is that OLED isnt mature enough technology and best bet is to wait for hdr
then oled in 5 years?!
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vulcan903

Just need it a little more off.



Really? I paid £2500 for my 64" Samsung D8000 Plasma TV (granted mine has better blacks and is the 8000 model) so this is a total bargain!
Price has gone up to £1499 so this has expired.
PsychoSonny

4k if you're a pretentious moron. oled if you actually know anything … 4k if you're a pretentious moron. oled if you actually know anything about tvs



Oooooohhhh. Check this guy out


tigger80

i am going to wait for the 4K tvs with HDR, hopefully 2016 will see some … i am going to wait for the 4K tvs with HDR, hopefully 2016 will see some nice HDR (High Dynamic Range) tvs



Plenty out there already

Edited by: "pjayflynn" 21st Dec 2015
MrCynical

Agreed.Bit of backup : … Agreed.Bit of backup : http://www.techradar.com/sponsorship/lg-oled-tv-offers-a-totally-new-experience-that-lcd-tv-never-gave-1310756




That link is just an advert, the 'sponsored' is a giveaway
just bought this very good deal
This tv is now just short of £1000.00 at John Lewis (5 year warranty) and Richer Sounds (6 year warranty) and Currys (12 months warranty i think)
John Lewis state that it has had some form of update to make it HDR compatible.
What does hdr compatible actually mean?
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