Samsung UE65JU6400K 65" 6 Series Flat 4K UHD Smart LED TV- £1175 @ Appliance Electronics
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Samsung UE65JU6400K 65" 6 Series Flat 4K UHD Smart LED TV- £1175 @ Appliance Electronics

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Found 21st Aug 2016
Screen size 65" 4K Ultra HD with Resolution of 3840 x 2160

was £1999 and comes with 1 year warranty

•Processing rate 900 PQI
•Dynamic contrast ratio Mega
•Picture enhancement UHD Upscaling
•Ultra HD 4k compatibility Video CODEC: HEVC, VP9/ 4k Upscaling picture enhancement

Catch up TV: BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, All 4, Demand 5
•Streaming: 4K Netflix, 4K Amazon Prime Instant Video
•App store: Samsung App Store
•Custom homepage
•Full internet browser: Internet Explorer
•Social media: Facebook, Twitter, Social TV
•Skype-compatible
•Multimedia functions
•Screen mirroring

•WiFi Built-in WiFi
•Ethernet Yes
•DLNA certified Yes
•HDMI 2.0 x 4 (ARC compatible x 4)
•Component input x 1
•Composite input x 1
•USB 2.0 x 3

•TV tuner DVB-T2 Freeview HD Tuner
•Electronic programme guide 7-day EPG

•Speakers 2
•Audio power 20 W
•Mono / Stereo sound Stereo
•Dolby Digital Plus
•DTS Studio Sound
•DTS Premium Audio 5.1

•Remote control Yes
•VESA wall mount dimensions 400 x 400
•Table-top stand Yes
•Eco sensor
•Auto power off

•Colour Black
•Internal menu languages 27 languages

•Samsung UE65JU6400 Smart Ultra HD 4k 65" LED TV
•Standard remote control
•Wall mount support
•User manual
•AC power cable

12 Comments

Has anybody got his and a honest opinion

Presume no HDR?

No HDR and entry level in early 2015 so consider it a basic 4K set with the usual issues such as DSE, banding, backlight issues etc.

Pants. You can go OLED for a little more if your ok with 55".

adam4007

Pants. You can go OLED for a little more if your ok with 55".


not 4 k u cant , not for a 'little' more

I have the 55" version, it replaced a dead Panasonic VT plasma (so a good one). Never thought I' say it but the picture quality is far better than the Plasma was for SD and HD and 4k is stunning.
The upscaling chipset in both the 15/16 Samsung range in very very good meaning even upscaled 1080p content looks stunning.

Cold. It's not HiSense.

Original Poster

getmeone

Cold. It's not HiSense.



​wish I cold your comment. Ridiculous statement

SandstormBargains

​wish I cold your comment. Ridiculous statement



​You don't think maybe it was a bit of sarcasm???

Not voting either way but personally I wouldn't even consider buying a TV of this size without a 5 year warranty. John Lewis, Richer Sounds always, and Panasonic Samsung or Sony will often do a 5 year deal. With a bit of effort price matching you can save a lot of heartache later on for a very reasonable price.

I've personally bought a number of TVs over the years, and have had 3 TVs (different brands) fail in the last year of the warranty. All mine were with John Lewis, and each time I have ended up with a new TV. For me it's a no brainer.
Edited by: "ghostm4n" 22nd Aug 2016

ghostm4n

​You don't think maybe it was a bit of sarcasm???


And the first prize goes to................................... ghostm4n

ghostm4n

​You don't think maybe it was a bit of sarcasm???



Really? Naw!


youtu.be/JcO…cd4
Edited by: "David_e" 23rd Aug 2016
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