Samsung UE65KS9000 65” 9 Series Curved SUHD £1939 (with code) @ reliantdirect
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Samsung UE65KS9000 65” 9 Series Curved SUHD £1939 (with code) @ reliantdirect

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Found 1st Dec 2016
Promotion Code: SAVE150 (Save a Further £150 off the Web Price applied)

Thought I would show some other prices. Checked 01/12/16
Currys = £2,149.00
John Lewis = £2,049.00
RGB Direct = £2,048.99

Free Items
Free Delivery
Free WEGIHD80 1.5 m HDMI CABLE for LCD, Plasma and Audio Equipment
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Free 3 Years Warranty on Selected Samsung Televisions (The TV comes with 5 year warranty but check the Samsung website to be sure)

Product features
4k Ultra HD picture is up to 4 times the resolution of HD
HDR displays brighter colours and greater contrast
Access 4k content on Netflix & Amazon Prime
Tuner: Twin Freeview HD
Connectivity: HDMI x 4

Delivering exceptional picture quality and a striking bezel-less display, the Samsung UE65KS9000 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 65” Curved LED TV offers enhanced viewing with brilliant Smart entertainment.

Quantum dot colour

Bringing a highly realistic viewing experience to your living room thanks to greater and better quality pixels, Quantum dot colour does much more than enhance your viewing experience – it revolutionises it.

A conventional UHD display delivers 17 million colours – in comparison the KS9000's Quantum dot colour display has a much wider range of over one billion colours and offers twice the brightness.

This delivers much greater true to life colours so you can experience the best of new generation premium mastered content exactly as the director intended.

HDR

Be prepared for the next generation of content – the KS9000 is HDR (High Dynamic Range) compliant. And this isn't just any type of HDR – HDR 1,000 delivers a superior HDR viewing experience.

HDR 1,000 brings exceptional peak luminance, colour vibrancy, stunning black levels, greater shadow detail and depth for naturally detailed visuals.

Even your standard content is analysed and upscaled with the SUHD remastering engine to deliver images as close to HDR picture quality as possible so you can enjoy a greater range of colours and contrast.

Smart viewing

Connect with the Samsung Smart Hub – the heart of your Smart TV. Seamlessly blending a variety of different sources of content, the Smart Hub lets you watch shows you've missed using the TV guide, catch-up services or subscription-based apps.

There's much more to the Smart Hub than just TV shows and movies – cloud gaming lets you enjoy a wide range of games without a console – play alongside your favourite football team or race against the finest drivers.

SmartThings Extend

Your home is connected with Samsung SmartThings, and now you can make the 65KS9000 the brain of your smart home with SmartThings Extend.

Control your connected devices directly from the TV at the touch of a button or using voice commands – instantly set the mood with automated lighting and speakers, lock doors and control hundreds of other compatible smart devices.*

Picture technology

Samsung's unique 4-step UHD upscaling technology converts live TV, movies and games to the highest possible resolution for a premium viewing experience.

A combination of Samsung's picture enhancing technology offers superior viewing – Peak Illuminator Pro delivers stunning, bright, true-to-life images without using an additional power, while Ultra Black delivers striking levels of contrast, even in brightly lit environments.

Supreme UHD Dimming expertly analyses each part of the screen to deliver accurate colour and greater shadow detail while retaining vibrancy and brightness in each scene.

Beautifully designed with elegant form, clean lines, and an uninterrupted bezel-less curved display, the Samsung UE65KS9000 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 65” Curved LED TV is striking from every angle.

11 Comments

Nice! Don't like curved though.

For a minute I thought SUHD was new screen tech but after some research Samsung have added an 'S' to segregate their line from other brands or in other words to confuse most buyers into thinking their technology is superior to others. Its just a standard LED backlit 4K screen.

Money to burn price.

upmiddlefinger

For a minute I thought SUHD was new screen tech but after some research … For a minute I thought SUHD was new screen tech but after some research Samsung have added an 'S' to segregate their line from other brands or in other words to confuse most buyers into thinking their technology is superior to others. Its just a standard LED backlit 4K screen.




^^^

& there is no way I'd be paying £2k for an LED panel, even at 65".

OLED is the future now plasma has ended..... Not LED greys that are supposed to be black or near-black, irrespective of the amount of "processing" they undergo to try to attain deep blacks.

Missed out on a refurb of this TV for £1400 on ebay a week ago Ended up getting the non-curved version for £1600 instead.

Great TV. But for near enough £2000 you might as well get the OLED B6

upmiddlefinger

For a minute I thought SUHD was new screen tech but after some research … For a minute I thought SUHD was new screen tech but after some research Samsung have added an 'S' to segregate their line from other brands or in other words to confuse most buyers into thinking their technology is superior to others. Its just a standard LED backlit 4K screen.



​It is different technology. The SUHD is because it meets the requirements of "Premium 4K" and not standard entry level 4K (I.e. This TV is a 10 bit panel with high spec HDR, both of which entry level 4K don't need).

So this TV would be superior to the quality picture of a "normal" 4K TV

Silhouette

​It is different technology. The SUHD is because it meets the r … ​It is different technology. The SUHD is because it meets the requirements of "Premium 4K" and not standard entry level 4K (I.e. This TV is a 10 bit panel with high spec HDR, both of which entry level 4K don't need). So this TV would be superior to the quality picture of a "normal" 4K TV


Existing technology with go faster stripes......why make up a new term when they could have just written UHD premium on it and we'd all know what it meant? This is Samsung pretending they have something the others don't......and it still doesn't look as good as plasma.

BritishDragon

^^^& there is no way I'd be paying £2k for an LED panel, even at 65". .


Save up your pennies and one day you might be able to

dazco

Save up your pennies and one day you might be able to




Yes because I definately stated I couldn't afford one... (_;)

N1Andy

Existing technology with go faster stripes......why make up a new term … Existing technology with go faster stripes......why make up a new term when they could have just written UHD premium on it and we'd all know what it meant? This is Samsung pretending they have something the others don't......and it still doesn't look as good as plasma.


I have no idea how they price up TV's, but I can assure it would be a lot more expensive using non-existing technology.

Fantastic Seller! Bought mine from them recently for £2300 and the service was first class!
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