Samsung UE65MU6120 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV Co-op Electrical with Members Card £949, £874 with code
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Samsung UE65MU6120 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV Co-op Electrical with Members Card £949, £874 with code

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Edited by:"nappkins"Found 4th Nov
This is my first deal hopefully help someone out.
Samsung UE65MU6120 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV. Part of Members Week deals at Co-op Electrical save £350 with a Members card (costs £1 to join), was £1299 now £949. Use code CP75 to save another £75 bringing it to £874. Also get £40 back on your Members card to spend at Co-op stores. Any staff members get a further 5% off so £830.30.

Cant find much info on this model hopefully someone can shed some light on how good it is, input lag, nits etc. The mu6200 is the curved version of this and gets decent user reviews. Now not a 10 bit panel, it's only Hdr Pro so not true Hdr but a 65" 4k Samsung for under £900 so not bad.

Thanks

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Looks like a good deal to me OP.

Heat added

wow, foir £1 joing fee you get £350 off!

cracking find, crackign TV!

Heaty!

Is it really that simple? Pay 1 quid then buy the TV for £874?

Original Poster

kay199212 m ago

Is it really that simple? Pay 1 quid then buy the TV for £874?


Yeah looks like it is. But you have to enter the code CP75 to get the further £75 off.

Cold it's not Polaroid

Does NUS discount apply?

Original Poster

ScoobyZ22 m ago

Review here: …Review here: https://www.homecinemamagazine.nl/2017/10/review-samsung-ue65mu6120-ultra-hd-tv/Will need to click google translate.


Thanks for this. I see it has amazing input lag of 19ms on game mode but peak brightness only 300 odd nits so not really hdr at all but still what can be expected for the price. Was really wanting a Sony 65 xe9005 but this is tempting at half the price or do I wait for Black Friday?!? 2017 doesn't seem to be a good time to by a tv but I just got a PS4 Pro and my current tv is too small. Decisions!

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STAPLAR1 m ago

Does NUS discount apply?


Don't think it does but phone n ask.

nappkins7 m ago

Yeah looks like it is. But you have to enter the code CP75 to get the …Yeah looks like it is. But you have to enter the code CP75 to get the further £75 off.

Ok thanks. In that case this is seriously tempting.

Is it a true 10 bit?

STAPLAR19 m ago

Does NUS discount apply?

I think nus is food stores only

It's a VA panel. 24 bit colour not 30 bit. It's a 8 bit without frc so quite bad
Edited by: "Smadmad" 4th Nov

Great spot , heat from me

It is 10 bit or 12 bit?

Smadmad3 h, 7 m ago

It's a VA panel. 24 bit colour not 30 bit. It's a 8 bit without frc so …It's a VA panel. 24 bit colour not 30 bit. It's a 8 bit without frc so quite bad



so not worth bothering with then?

poisondwarf18 m ago

so not worth bothering with then?

It's cheap for a 65" but it's old tech most half decent Tv's will be capable of 30 bit colour have a 10 bit panel or get least 8 bit + frc. The Tv's with those thing imo will start dropping as oled and qled become the standard.
Personally I would wait for the prices to drop or get a smaller tv with better tech
Edited by: "Smadmad" 4th Nov

poisondwarf21 m ago

so not worth bothering with then?


This TV does have dithering and Rtings tested it under the North American model name of MU6300 and found that it did well in banding tests so I'm not sure where Smadad has got the impression that it's 'quite bad'.
rtings.com/tv/…300

It's a perfectly decent mainstream TV. It doesn't have much meaningful support for high end stuff like HDR but for anyone looking for a big mid-range TV it's a good deal at this price. A decent step up from the Toshiba and other Vestel models that go for £700-800.

EndlessWaves5 h, 1 m ago

This TV does have dithering and Rtings tested it under the North American …This TV does have dithering and Rtings tested it under the North American model name of MU6300 and found that it did well in banding tests so I'm not sure where Smadad has got the impression that it's 'quite bad'.http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/mu6300It's a perfectly decent mainstream TV. It doesn't have much meaningful support for high end stuff like HDR but for anyone looking for a big mid-range TV it's a good deal at this price. A decent step up from the Toshiba and other Vestel models that go for £700-800.

The equivalent model is the mu6200 which is the curved model. The mu6300 and this model have 2 different panels.
So my description is correct
Edited by: "Smadmad" 4th Nov

Does anyone know if this TV got Bluetooth?

bozkurt18813 h, 57 m ago

It is 10 bit or 12 bit?


How many 'honestly'could tell the bloody difference .Every tv on Hukd develops into this debate yet 99% wouldn't know the difference.

rickj4 m ago

How many 'honestly'could tell the bloody difference .Every tv on Hukd …How many 'honestly'could tell the bloody difference .Every tv on Hukd develops into this debate yet 99% wouldn't know the difference.

Well I really can see the difference

Smadmad17 m ago

Well I really can see the difference


Good for you my friend must be one of a handful in GB.

rickj15 m ago

Good for you my friend must be one of a handful in GB.

Well my mother did always tell me I was special

rickj3 h, 5 m ago

How many 'honestly'could tell the bloody difference .Every tv on Hukd …How many 'honestly'could tell the bloody difference .Every tv on Hukd develops into this debate yet 99% wouldn't know the difference.



it was a joke 10bit and 12 bit, but you should know you are wrong !!! go to curry pc world ,stand in front of on tvs, and watch them,and you will see clearly different picture each tv,and you will see quality of picture on 10bit tv ,if you cannot see different,call your GP for eyes check,

Is this curved?

Steven.Ogilvie4 m ago

Is this curved?



No.

The alternative to this set would be the Hisense H65N5750 which is £809.10 with Argos voucher (TVS10).

I'm trying to order it but the £350 discount doesn't come up at all. Is this working for anyone else?

EDIT: Okay so I had to sign out and type in the membership number instead of copy/pasting it. Just saying for anyone who encounters the same problem
Edited by: "Berserkar" 4th Nov

Does anyone know if the £500 cashback works with co-op?

samsung.com/uk/…ar/

STAPLAR8 m ago

Does anyone know if the £500 cashback works with …Does anyone know if the £500 cashback works with co-op?http://www.samsung.com/uk/offer/soundbar/


They not excluded, if you click T&C it gives more information.

"4. A Participating Retailer is any retailer of UHD TVs other than the Excluded Retailers.
5. Purchases from Dixons, John Lewis Partnership and auction websites (e.g. eBay), marketplace sales
through retail websites (e.g. E-Buyer, Amazon Marketplace or Play Trade) or through Cost co, Electro
Centre, or Brighthouse (“Excluded Retailers”) are specifi cally excluded from this Promotion"

I would however tweet them just to confirm.
Edited by: "MR1123" 4th Nov

MR11239 m ago

They not excluded, if you click T&C it gives more information. "4. A …They not excluded, if you click T&C it gives more information. "4. A Participating Retailer is any retailer of UHD TVs other than the Excluded Retailers.5. Purchases from Dixons, John Lewis Partnership and auction websites (e.g. eBay), marketplace sales through retail websites (e.g. E-Buyer, Amazon Marketplace or Play Trade) or through Cost co, Electro Centre, or Brighthouse (“Excluded Retailers”) are specifi cally excluded from this Promotion"I would however tweet them just to confirm.


Cheers MR1123 Makes it an even sweeter deal if you get £500 worth of AV kit for free too.

rickj4 h, 26 m ago

How many 'honestly'could tell the bloody difference .Every tv on Hukd …How many 'honestly'could tell the bloody difference .Every tv on Hukd develops into this debate yet 99% wouldn't know the difference.



It's Iike hi fi, we are all equipped with the Mk1 eyeball and ears, some can see and hear differences but as one ages and the equipment gets more expensive these get less and less. Still " new, uprated, latest, must have " sells doesn't it?

bozkurt18811 h, 24 m ago

it was a joke 10bit and 12 bit, but you should know you are wrong !!! go …it was a joke 10bit and 12 bit, but you should know you are wrong !!! go to curry pc world ,stand in front of on tvs, and watch them,and you will see clearly different picture each tv,and you will see quality of picture on 10bit tv ,if you cannot see different,call your GP for eyes check,


Anyone who puts any faith in what TVs look like in Currys needs more help than an optician can provide.

Smadmad5 h, 13 m ago

The equivalent model is the mu6200 which is the curved model. The mu6300 …The equivalent model is the mu6200 which is the curved model. The mu6300 and this model have 2 different panels.So my description is correction is correct



Sure, you can see that a more expensive TV is better.

But unless the TVs are identical in every other respect you can't say that it's better because it's 10-bit.

You could just as easily compare TVs with a plastic case and those with a metal case. You'll find metal case TVs have a better picture quality. That's nothing to do with their case material though, it's because better TVs are more likely to use metal cases.

These sorts of technical details are only useful if they have a significant impact on picture quality, otherwise you're just using them as an approximation and there are more easily accessible numbers to use for that.

Smadmad5 h, 13 m ago

The equivalent model is the mu6200 which is the curved model. The mu6300 …The equivalent model is the mu6200 which is the curved model. The mu6300 and this model have 2 different panels.So my description is correction is correct


That review is for a flat model, so it clearly isn't equivalent to the MU6200. Rtings explicitly state at the bottom of the review that the UK model number is the MU6100.

EndlessWaves9 h, 34 m ago

Sure, you can see that a more expensive TV is better. But unless the TVs …Sure, you can see that a more expensive TV is better. But unless the TVs are identical in every other respect you can't say that it's better because it's 10-bit.You could just as easily compare TVs with a plastic case and those with a metal case. You'll find metal case TVs have a better picture quality. That's nothing to do with their case material though, it's because better TVs are more likely to use metal cases.These sorts of technical details are only useful if they have a significant impact on picture quality, otherwise you're just using them as an approximation and there are more easily accessible numbers to use for that.That review is for a flat model, so it clearly isn't equivalent to the MU6200. Rtings explicitly state at the bottom of the review that the UK model number is the MU6100.

displayspecifications.com/en/…ba1.
The specs for the mu6100.
24bit colour. 8bit without frc

EndlessWaves9 h, 43 m ago

Sure, you can see that a more expensive TV is better. But unless the TVs …Sure, you can see that a more expensive TV is better. But unless the TVs are identical in every other respect you can't say that it's better because it's 10-bit.You could just as easily compare TVs with a plastic case and those with a metal case. You'll find metal case TVs have a better picture quality. That's nothing to do with their case material though, it's because better TVs are more likely to use metal cases.These sorts of technical details are only useful if they have a significant impact on picture quality, otherwise you're just using them as an approximation and there are more easily accessible numbers to use for that.That review is for a flat model, so it clearly isn't equivalent to the MU6200. Rtings explicitly state at the bottom of the review that the UK model number is the MU6100.

If you were to put 2 4k tv's side by side. One with 24bit colour and 8bit depth the other with 30bit colour and 10bit depth playing the same source you would see a huge difference. So yes the specs make a huge difference.

Smadmad2 h, 13 m ago

https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/e60fba1.The specs for the …https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/e60fba1.The specs for the mu6100.24bit colour. 8bit without frc


DisplaySpecifications is a data gathering site not a testing one. They pick up data from wherever they can get it, don't provide any details about where they sourced it from and are frequently wrong. For example they list it as having only the TM1750A remote when it in fact comes with the TM1240A.

Smadmad2 h, 5 m ago

If you were to put 2 4k tv's side by side. One with 24bit colour and 8bit …If you were to put 2 4k tv's side by side. One with 24bit colour and 8bit depth the other with 30bit colour and 10bit depth playing the same source you would see a huge difference. So yes the specs make a huge difference.


The two measurements are the same thing. The one three times the value is the total bits counting all three subpixels.

And as far as I'm aware there have never been two TVs produced that differed only in bit depth so doing that suggested comparison tells you nothing about how influential the 10-bit panel is, just that the better TV has it alongside other hardware changes.

EndlessWaves21 m ago

DisplaySpecifications is a data gathering site not a testing one. They …DisplaySpecifications is a data gathering site not a testing one. They pick up data from wherever they can get it, don't provide any details about where they sourced it from and are frequently wrong. For example they list it as having only the TM1750A remote when it in fact comes with the TM1240A.The two measurements are the same thing. The one three times the value is the total bits counting all three subpixels.And as far as I'm aware there have never been two TVs produced that differed only in bit depth so doing that suggested comparison tells you nothing about how influential the 10-bit panel is, just that the better TV has it alongside other hardware changes.

This is getting boring now, every time I comment you argue. We will agree to disagree

Berserkar4th Nov

I'm trying to order it but the £350 discount doesn't come up at all. Is …I'm trying to order it but the £350 discount doesn't come up at all. Is this working for anyone else?EDIT: Okay so I had to sign out and type in the membership number instead of copy/pasting it. Just saying for anyone who encounters the same problem


Did you end up getting the TV? Does it have Bluetooth and 2nd smart remote?
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