Samsung UE65MU6400 with £500 cashback on soundbar, subwoofer and blu-ray - £999.99 @ Richer Sounds
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Samsung UE65MU6400 with £500 cashback on soundbar, subwoofer and blu-ray - £999.99 @ Richer Sounds

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Found 6th Dec
Samsung UE65MU6400 TV

Richer sounds have this at £1149 but price matched the below link for me at £999.
dcdigitaltv.co.uk/pro…tv/

I also qualified for £500 cashback on a Samsung soundbar (£200), wireless subwoofer (£200) and UHD Blu-ray player (£100). So essentially got these for free.

Seems a good deal for a mid-range TV.

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Does this support HLG just looked there but can't see. Bloody nightmare the way tele's are advancing these days

Toon_army54 s ago

Does this support HLG just looked there but can't see. Bloody nightmare …Does this support HLG just looked there but can't see. Bloody nightmare the way tele's are advancing these days


What's HLG?

So it's £1499 upfront?

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mayzi1 m ago

So it's £1499 upfront?


Yeah got to wait for the £500 cashback

RunningSquid4 m ago

What's HLG?


I'd be lying if I said I knew everything about it lol. Its a kind of HDR but for broadcast purpose its supposed to be the main one you want, otherwise your nor using the most popular tech.
Like I said TV's are a nightmare, I've had 5 in the past 10 years! I remember the days of changing them once every 10 years lol

Hmm, the product price matched is"graded", RS wont price match for this reason for me?

Toon_army27 m ago

Does this support HLG just looked there but can't see. Bloody nightmare …Does this support HLG just looked there but can't see. Bloody nightmare the way tele's are advancing these days


Yes, it does support HLG. It'll therefore be able to stream the 4k HDR version of Blue Planet 2 coming to I-Player Dec 10th.

creepyg19 m ago

Yes, it does support HLG. It'll therefore be able to stream the 4k HDR …Yes, it does support HLG. It'll therefore be able to stream the 4k HDR version of Blue Planet 2 coming to I-Player Dec 10th.


So a normal HDR TV wouldn't be able to stream HDR content?

jamby201752 m ago

Yeah got to wait for the £500 cashback


Id be all over this if it was £999 upfront!!

RunningSquid25 m ago

So a normal HDR TV wouldn't be able to stream HDR content?


Most HDR TV's use the HDR10 format, which is also the most common way to encode HDR content.

TV's from the larger manufacturers from around 2016 onward will also likely support or will be upgraded to support HLG.

Some sets, mainly LG but some others, will support Dolby Vision as well as the above.

Without going into tedious detail, as long as you have a recent TV from an established brand you'll be fine.

Trouble is the cheapest soundbar, woofer and player cost £900 according to pricespy so if you really want to spend £400 after cashback for all these extras then fine. Personally don't need it all and price of tv is £100 more than others.

Hisense 65n6800 a good alternative £999 at ao atm

Will I get a uhd quality picture with an aerial signal or do I need to provide via a virgin box etc
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