Samsung UE65JU6400 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with Freeview HD and Built-In Wi-Fi, 3x USB and 4x HDMI @ PRC Direct for £929 (possibly £893 after cashback)
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Samsung UE65JU6400 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with Freeview HD and Built-In Wi-Fi, 3x USB and 4x HDMI @ PRC Direct for £929 (possibly £893 after cashback)

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Found 26th Nov 2016
£929 delivered, but with 3.9% topcashback it is possibly £893. Not bad for a branded 4K UHD TV
Decent reviews everywhere and for this price I thought it's a good bargain

3.8% Cashback on Quidco

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It'll do for my campervan.

2015 model for the 2016model price

Original Poster

driweris

2015 model for the 2016model price


Any 2016 model with similar specs for this price? Genuine question as I am looking for a 65" tv

Ue65K****
Letter K - 2016, J - 2015
Ao and JL have some 65' samsung tvs with similar price. K6200, K6000 and K6020.
I'm looking myself for 65' samsung. Gonna wait for Christmas sales

I own the 42" great TV! Natural colours, low input lag for gaming and has been updated to HDR10.

65KS8000 I want.

Amazing TV, updated for HDR (only on HDMI 1), minimal/no lag on gaming mode, 8 Bit Panel (16.7 mill colours not 10bit 1 billion). Works great with PS4PRO and XboxOneS. Apps/Operating system are fast.

Istanbul_Kop

65KS8000 I want.



Been stalking that one for a while, was looking at it in John Lewis yesterday and they'd dropped the price a bit but was still working out a shade over £1670 with discount and I've said all along I'm not prepared to go over 15 for it.

Most likely wait for March/April time now when the next range come out and it will be dropping to around 12 ish, well i hope anyway

Chasloyal

Been stalking that one for a while, was looking at it in John Lewis … Been stalking that one for a while, was looking at it in John Lewis yesterday and they'd dropped the price a bit but was still working out a shade over £1670 with discount and I've said all along I'm not prepared to go over 15 for it.Most likely wait for March/April time now when the next range come out and it will be dropping to around 12 ish, well i hope anyway



£​1500 my biting point too. £1670 not bad though, how do we get that price?

Istanbul_Kop

£​1500 my biting point too. £1670 not bad though, how do we get that pri … £​1500 my biting point too. £1670 not bad though, how do we get that price?



£1899 at John Lewis now minus 12% partner discount on electricals, Mrs Loyal works for Waitrose you see

Been following the 55ks7000
Finally got to RS and got the 60"
Well happy as bundle made bar £100 cheaper
£1418 total
Was asking about the lg oled 55eg910v he totally put me off and told me that this years were far better ( maybe because they still had em at £1200 and they are down to 999)

Backriver000

I own the 42" great TV! Natural colours, low input lag for gaming and has … I own the 42" great TV! Natural colours, low input lag for gaming and has been updated to HDR10.



​I'm all confused now, an 8 bit panel with 16 million colours runs HDR 10 because of a software update?, the reason i purchased my 55 inch KS7000 was because of the 10 bit panel and the fact it runs HDR 10, no offence but don't believe the notes on a software update, they can do some clever things but they can't change an 8 bit panel into a 10 bit or there would be no need for 10 bit panels

Multimediaman1973

​I'm all confused now, an 8 bit panel with 16 million colours runs HDR 10 … ​I'm all confused now, an 8 bit panel with 16 million colours runs HDR 10 because of a software update?, the reason i purchased my 55 inch KS7000 was because of the 10 bit panel and the fact it runs HDR 10, no offence but don't believe the notes on a software update, they can do some clever things but they can't change an 8 bit panel into a 10 bit or there would be no need for 10 bit panels



I think it uses some kind of flash trickery between colours to get more colours than it can actually display. Personally I dont reckon the difference between 8 and 10 bit is worth £4-£500 extra on a TV.

I thought the same, i did a lot of homework and side by side comparisons in different stores and once calibrated the picture is spectacular on HD and 4K so it's worth every penny in my opinion, the wife won't let me change it again lol it's the second TV in less than a year

Voyager

Any 2016 model with similar specs for this price? Genuine question as I … Any 2016 model with similar specs for this price? Genuine question as I am looking for a 65" tv


I have a Hisense which I think Amazon are doing for about £1079, cracking TV
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Original Poster

uid

im looking for this too. would really apreciate any info


Found another deal for a Sony Bravia 4K Android UHD smart TV with HDR (2016 model). Thinking of taking the plunge (_;)
hotukdeals.com/dea…824

It's a minefield buddy go and see one in person then make your mind up, been a Sony fan for years but wasn't impressed with picture performance against the Samsung KS7000.

Does anyone know if the 40ju6400 will be updated to HDR

imranio

Amazing TV, updated for HDR (only on HDMI 1), minimal/no lag on gaming … Amazing TV, updated for HDR (only on HDMI 1), minimal/no lag on gaming mode, 8 Bit Panel (16.7 mill colours not 10bit 1 billion). Works great with PS4PRO and XboxOneS. Apps/Operating system are fast.



I own the 55" version of the TV but wasn't aware of the HDR update, don't suppose you could tell me what the current version of your TV is, mine is 1471 so intrigued as to whether or not mine has had the same update. Ta.

GW61

I own the 55" version of the TV but wasn't aware of the HDR update, don't … I own the 55" version of the TV but wasn't aware of the HDR update, don't suppose you could tell me what the current version of your TV is, mine is 1471 so intrigued as to whether or not mine has had the same update. Ta.


Second this.

Same firmware version as you, 1471 and it says that is the latest. So I should have 8bit HDR now then? Result if true! Already love this TV as it is!

Another waiting for the 65ks8000
15-1600 I'd bite at aswell

pidgeofcdf

Another waiting for the 65ks8000 ;)15-1600 I'd bite at aswell



It really is the mutt's nuts when you're stood in front of it, alas the thing is they're all the mutt's nuts when you first get them but it's only a year or two before there's plenty of other new'uns out there that trump your pride n joy hands down.

Been through 4 flat panels over the last 11 years, starting on a 32 inch Panasonic which cost me 1800 quid at the time to my current 49 inch curved Samsung which I got in a one day special from Media Markt for around €700 in January this year when I was still over in Austria.

The more I ponder the KS8000 the more I'm convincing myself to wait till after all the new ranges have come out in Spring and it's price has dropped significantly.

yeh i'm in no rush, have a 4 year old 55" samsung hd tv which cost me around £900 back then.still works fine although nowhere near as gd as today's models
like you i've gone through 4 sets over the past 11 years.

1470 version on my 55", Tested with xbox one 2 and ps4 pro.

duffinjonathan

Second this. Same firmware version as you, 1471 and it says that is the … Second this. Same firmware version as you, 1471 and it says that is the latest. So I should have 8bit HDR now then? Result if true! Already love this TV as it is!



Edited by: "imranio" 26th Nov 2016

avforums.com/rev…288

This has an excellent video which tells you how to optimize the screen to a very high standard.

I'm using the 40" model as a PC monitor for a year now. It's awesome!

imranio

1470 version on my 55", Tested with xbox one 2 and ps4 pro.



Yes me too, I am also on the 1471 update, does this mean it now has HDR? I can't find where it tells me anywhere online...

Having owned my 51 Samsung ps51e6500 Plasma for the last few years.. (just checked email, been 4years, time goes quick)
Was a steal at £729 at the time I bough it.

Now it's a shame that resale value on TVs is so low and that I already have a Sony 42 in my bedroom, with no space for bigger (fits in an alcove)

I'm just wondering in the last 4 years, how tv's have improved. I'm thinking maybe we are in a gap and some greater improvement is around the corner to blow everything out of the water. But technology moves fast and also companies like to drip feed us with slightly better products to tempt us to buy like sheep (Im looking at you Apple!)

I sit around 10 feet away from my Tv and think my eyes are deteriorating a little as the Sky menu is a little blur for writing...HD loos like what I remember standard to be.

Anyways it's 4:30am and I'm waffling to myself.

What I'm trying to ask, is what Tv is best out there for max £1,500?
Where can I get a good read of all the confusing Samsung models.

Also back when I got my Samsung Plasma, it was the standout best value for money buy and many on forums bought them (Though more bought 60 version)
I know if I upgrade I deffo want a wow factor again as eyes are used to 51inch so would like a bigger impact.

Hope anyone reading is not bored and can help in some way.

Thanks in advance,
Jaws

brilliant price for a 65 incher and its Samsung, you can't go wrong with a name like that when it comes to Tv's

Now the big question, do I buy this now or wait a bit more? hmmm....

splatsplatsplat

I think it uses some kind of flash trickery between colours to get more … I think it uses some kind of flash trickery between colours to get more colours than it can actually display. Personally I dont reckon the difference between 8 and 10 bit is worth £4-£500 extra on a TV.



Oooooooo, 10 bit for £4 extra, tell us more, that is a HOT deal!

:P

Original Poster

Multimediaman1973

It's a minefield buddy go and see one in person then make your mind up, … It's a minefield buddy go and see one in person then make your mind up, been a Sony fan for years but wasn't impressed with picture performance against the Samsung KS7000.


Thanks. Sure...will check in a store

I've been toying with the idea of upgrading my 55" samsung to 65" and have ben considering this model. But I've also looked at the Hisense, Sony and the S7000/S8000. Reading various reviews, there is a lot of people reporting issues with motion blurring on the S7000/S8000 series. The Hisense 7000 appears to have the same panel (Quantum Dot) as the S7000/S8000. Is that correct? Does the Hisense also experience the motion problems? Does any one know if the 6400/6020 etc has any motion issues?

Multimediaman1973

​I'm all confused now, an 8 bit panel with 16 million colours runs HDR 10 … ​I'm all confused now, an 8 bit panel with 16 million colours runs HDR 10 because of a software update?, the reason i purchased my 55 inch KS7000 was because of the 10 bit panel and the fact it runs HDR 10, no offence but don't believe the notes on a software update, they can do some clever things but they can't change an 8 bit panel into a 10 bit or there would be no need for 10 bit panels



flatpanelshd.com/new…852

I paid 206 pound for the 40" model, so I can't complain. The PS4 pro detects the TV as HRD10, so it is.

Edited by: "Backriver000" 27th Nov 2016

duffinjonathan

Second this.Same firmware version as you, 1471 and it says that is the … Second this.Same firmware version as you, 1471 and it says that is the latest. So I should have 8bit HDR now then? Result if true! Already love this TV as it is!



​No such thing as 8 bit HDR, you need a 10 bit panel. And also those panels don't have sufficient brightness (1000 nitts) to run HDR.

Dan__

brilliant price for a 65 incher and its Samsung, you can't go wrong with … brilliant price for a 65 incher and its Samsung, you can't go wrong with a name like that when it comes to Tv'sNow the big question, do I buy this now or wait a bit more? hmmm....



Completely agree - I have a Samsung 60 inch from a few years back so waiting for 75 inch ones to come down to this price which I am guessing will be in a couple of years. Perhaps a year if I am lucky.
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