Samsung UE65MU6120 - 65" 6 Series Flat UHD 4K LED TV with Free Delivery @ Reliant Direct £829
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Samsung UE65MU6120 - 65" 6 Series Flat UHD 4K LED TV with Free Delivery @ Reliant Direct £829

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Found 22nd Jan
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Enjoy a beautifully vibrant and immersive Certified Ultra HD experience with our MU6100 UHD HDR TV. UHD Dimming technology guarantees you stunning colours and exceptional detail in every scene with 7 times more colour adjustment points than other conventional LED TV's.

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Personally although a little bit more £899 I would say the hisense 6800 posted over the weekend would be a better tv.
dazrasx13 m ago

Personally although a little bit more £899 I would say the hisense 6800 …Personally although a little bit more £899 I would say the hisense 6800 posted over the weekend would be a better tv.


A comparison of the two: displayspecifications.com/en/…b9f


Of the two, the Hisense probably is the better TV overall, but from what I can tell, neither are true 10-bit HDR. The Samsung appears to be 8-bit and the Hisense 8+FRC, but that said, you're likely to pay much more for a full 10bit @ 65", but then size isn't everything...
MDL81 h, 23 m ago

A comparison of the two: …A comparison of the two: https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/a0d343b9fOf the two, the Hisense probably is the better TV overall, but from what I can tell, neither are true 10-bit HDR. The Samsung appears to be 8-bit and the Hisense 8+FRC, but that said, you're likely to pay much more for a full 10bit @ 65", but then size isn't everything...


You're mixing up HDR and LCD panel bit depth there. The latter doesn't have a great deal of impact on the former. The important number on the LCD for HDR is it's contrast ratio, but most of the hardware changes are in the backlight.

The big advantage in HDR for the N6800 is that it has a wide colour gamut, which the MU6120 lacks. Neither have a great deal of dynamic range increase though. If you want to buy into HDR this early you will get substantial improvements by spending 1.5-2x the price.
EndlessWaves1 h, 5 m ago

You're mixing up HDR and LCD panel bit depth there. The latter doesn't …You're mixing up HDR and LCD panel bit depth there. The latter doesn't have a great deal of impact on the former. The important number on the LCD for HDR is it's contrast ratio, but most of the hardware changes are in the backlight.The big advantage in HDR for the N6800 is that it has a wide colour gamut, which the MU6120 lacks. Neither have a great deal of dynamic range increase though. If you want to buy into HDR this early you will get substantial improvements by spending 1.5-2x the price.


What would you recommend for 1.5x-2x price, 65 inch and relatively good HDR?
Im looking at a good bargain for 600 quid can anyone recommend please
MDL82 h, 32 m ago

A comparison of the two: …A comparison of the two: https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/a0d343b9fOf the two, the Hisense probably is the better TV overall, but from what I can tell, neither are true 10-bit HDR. The Samsung appears to be 8-bit and the Hisense 8+FRC, but that said, you're likely to pay much more for a full 10bit @ 65", but then size isn't everything...


Thanks for posting that comparison (not looking for TV at the moment).
How does Direct LED compare with Edge LED?
arczi1950 m ago

What would you recommend for 1.5x-2x price, 65 inch and relatively good …What would you recommend for 1.5x-2x price, 65 inch and relatively good HDR?


Samsung ue65mu7000 £1299 ...Samsung ue65mu8000 £1499 Sony kd65xe9005 £1549
dazrasx22nd Jan

Samsung ue65mu7000 £1299 ...Samsung ue65mu8000 £1499 Sony kd65xe9005 £1549


Thank you, a list I can use to search
nicp0133 m ago

Thank you, a list I can use to search


The MU7000/8000 are a lot less capable than the XE90. The XE90 is comparable to the Q7 in the Samsung range, if not a little better. The XE90 has been the standard by which others are measured this year, particularly in 65".

Sony have dominated the upper mid-range and high end this year, particularly with the excellently reviewed Philips PUS8102 not being picked up by a UK retailer and the Hisense NU9700 having colour issues, although to be fair both of them are more competition for the XE93 than the XE90.

loofer2 h, 14 m ago

Thanks for posting that comparison (not looking for TV at the moment).How …Thanks for posting that comparison (not looking for TV at the moment).How does Direct LED compare with Edge LED?


There's a big overlap so it's not really a meaningful comparison. It's more down to the quality of the diffuser/dimming system than where the backlight LEDs are placed. Both the top and the bottom of the range TVs tend to direct lit, although for different reasons. Edge lit is popular in the mid-range because it's easier to make a thin TV.
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