Samsung UE65MU7000 65 inch TV 4K Ultra HD HDR 1000 Smart LED £1029.99 @ Applianceelectronics
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Samsung UE65MU7000 65 inch TV 4K Ultra HD HDR 1000 Smart LED £1029.99 @ Applianceelectronics

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Found 24th MarEdited by:"MIDURIX"
5 year warranty. 10 bit panel. Worth the £200 over the MU6500.
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U can get the ue65mu9000 for 995 from krish av
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lfcste9952 s ago

U can get the ue65mu9000 for 995 from krish av


I saw that, but what's the warranty?
lfcste9935 m ago

U can get the ue65mu9000 for 995 from krish av



Also depends on your preference. Mu9000 is curved. Mu7000 is flat.
outlaw36024 m ago

Also depends on your preference. Mu9000 is curved. Mu7000 is flat.


This was my exact dilemma. At 65" curved makes sense, you barely notice the curve.
I would have preferred the 7000 but it's was hundreds more than the 9000 just after Christmas so I went with the 9000.
At this price you can't go wrong with either, but I'd lean towards the 7000.....at this size you'd have to wall moi t and the curve looks odd. Especially if using one of those mounts that allow you to fully extend and turn the TV......it sits really far off the wall at the ends.
If I had the choice now I'd probably stick with the 9000, it does looks pretty cool, and you can barely see the bezels.
Edited by: "umirza85" 24th Mar
MIDURIX1 h, 0 m ago

I saw that, but what's the warranty?


5yrs
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lfcste9917 m ago

5yrs


Where does it state that? I can't find any mention on their site.
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umirza8520 m ago

This was my exact dilemma. At 65" curved makes sense, you barely notice …This was my exact dilemma. At 65" curved makes sense, you barely notice the curve. I would have preferred the 7000 but it's was hundreds more than the 9000 just after Christmas so I went with the 9000.At this price you can't go wrong with either, but I'd lean towards the 7000.....at this size you'd have to wall moi t and the curve looks odd. Especially if using one of those mounts that allow you to fully extend and turn the TV......it sits really far off the wall at the ends.If I had the choice now I'd probably stick with the 9000, it does looks pretty cool, and you can barely see the bezels.


The 9000 is a better tv than the 7000. I think the 8000 is basically a flat 9000.
I have is big Brother and have just finished watching the second episode of blue plantet 2 the deep
the blacks and colours on the 7000 series are truly amazing
also if your into gaming this model is excellent
no lag etc would definitely recommend
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Only 8 bit panel think the 9000 series has 10bit panel, but looking at thouse photos of blue planet 2, still looks great.
Daytrader23 m ago

Only 8 bit panel think the 9000 series has 10bit panel, but looking at …Only 8 bit panel think the 9000 series has 10bit panel, but looking at thouse photos of blue planet 2, still looks great.


Omg no it's 10 bit stop looking at USA specs
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Daytrader24 m ago

Only 8 bit panel think the 9000 series has 10bit panel, but looking at …Only 8 bit panel think the 9000 series has 10bit panel, but looking at thouse photos of blue planet 2, still looks great.


You are completely wrong. 49" version is 8 bit +2. 55" and above are all 10 bit.
Ah i see.
MIDURIX13 m ago

You are completely wrong. 49" version is 8 bit +2. 55" and above are all …You are completely wrong. 49" version is 8 bit +2. 55" and above are all 10 bit.


Can you show me where it is true 10bit panel, as here and meant to be very reliable does say 8bit even for large screens displayspecifications.com/en/…b04
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Daytrader9 m ago

Can you show me where it is true 10bit panel, as here and meant to be very …Can you show me where it is true 10bit panel, as here and meant to be very reliable does say 8bit even for large screens https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3b6db04


Every single review by a well know website says it is 10 bit, whereas your "reliable" website which anyone can edit says 8+2bit. I know which one I'll go with.
Lot of places do say 10bit when its actually 8bit + 2frc, seen it a million times before, but if you say its 10bit, i believe you
Edited by: "Daytrader" 24th Mar
It's all down to the confusion that in different countries the 7000 and 8000 are marketed differently. Eg the UK 7000 is the USA 8000 so people read 7000 specs from USA which is a different TV. If you look at the USA 8000 you will get the correct specs as that is the UK 7000
MIDURIX3 h, 0 m ago

Where does it state that? I can't find any mention on their site.


It does on there ebay store. I bought one off them direct today and got 5 yr warranty 🏻
Price match with JL possible?
I've got the 8000 and love it. I don't really like the idea of a curved TV. Seems like a bit of a novelty. I get it for a pc, you sit closer so there's more immersion with it wrapping round the sides but when it's 6 foot in front of you? 🤷
I can vouch for this TV, I bought it 2 months ago from John Lewis for £1299 and they price matched it down to £1099 (a price I done between Xmas and new year) it's a great TV and excellent for gaming
Will John Lewis price match this?
I picked up the the 65 mu 9000 from the other post.

Really great TV the curve isn't noticeable and furthermore when viewing it does feel like you are watching a bigger screen than the 65.

Came with a 5 year warranty

As i said on the other post at the old price point this was probably not the best TV but at 1K it's a no brainer.

Why would you pay more to have the second tier down unless the curve is a no go area
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RoadEagle2 h, 54 m ago

I picked up the the 65 mu 9000 from the other post.Really great TV the …I picked up the the 65 mu 9000 from the other post.Really great TV the curve isn't noticeable and furthermore when viewing it does feel like you are watching a bigger screen than the 65.Came with a 5 year warrantyAs i said on the other post at the old price point this was probably not the best TV but at 1K it's a no brainer.Why would you pay more to have the second tier down unless the curve is a no go area


I didn't see the MU9000 deal, so this is only for people who absolutely need a flat screen. I'm holding out for a 65" XE93 or above or Q7 and above.
MIDURIX25th Mar

I didn't see the MU9000 deal, so this is only for people who absolutely …I didn't see the MU9000 deal, so this is only for people who absolutely need a flat screen. I'm holding out for a 65" XE93 or above or Q7 and above.


I was doing similar to you but took the plunge with the MU9000 budget was 1k max and didn't want to take the risk of losing out.
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RoadEagle12 m ago

I was doing similar to you but took the plunge with the MU9000 budget was …I was doing similar to you but took the plunge with the MU9000 budget was 1k max and didn't want to take the risk of losing out.


I missed out when Samsung got rid of their bigger curved sets (that's what I think they were doing), so Q7 curved wasn't much more than this. MU7000/8/9 and XE9005 do look lovely in store, but I want something which can output more brightness.
MIDURIX25th Mar

I missed out when Samsung got rid of their bigger curved sets (that's what …I missed out when Samsung got rid of their bigger curved sets (that's what I think they were doing), so Q7 curved wasn't much more than this. MU7000/8/9 and XE9005 do look lovely in store, but I want something which can output more brightness.


hope you get the TV you want. I missed out on the Ks9000 last year which I would have been more than happy with but the qled screen and the XE do look great.

I'm coming from a 12 year old Samsung so anything is an upgrade. I was about to go for the Hisense N6800 lucky waited a few days
MIDURIX16 h, 16 m ago

The 9000 is a better tv than the 7000. I think the 8000 is basically a …The 9000 is a better tv than the 7000. I think the 8000 is basically a flat 9000.


Sorry thats what it was, you are correct. I was between the 8 and 9000. Between these two I'd take the 9000 easily, thanks for pointing that out @MIDURIX
umirza8521 h, 14 m ago

This was my exact dilemma. At 65" curved makes sense, you barely notice …This was my exact dilemma. At 65" curved makes sense, you barely notice the curve. I would have preferred the 7000 but it's was hundreds more than the 9000 just after Christmas so I went with the 9000.At this price you can't go wrong with either, but I'd lean towards the 7000.....at this size you'd have to wall moi t and the curve looks odd. Especially if using one of those mounts that allow you to fully extend and turn the TV......it sits really far off the wall at the ends.If I had the choice now I'd probably stick with the 9000, it does looks pretty cool, and you can barely see the bezels.


I have the same. At 65" the curve is almost none-existant
Easter has now become the official telly buying season! If you're on the market for a BIG telly the next two months are your ideal window of opportunity for best value for money
Edited by: "FrugalFergal" 25th Mar
Daytrader19 h, 54 m ago

Can you show me where it is true 10bit panel, as here and meant to be very …Can you show me where it is true 10bit panel, as here and meant to be very reliable does say 8bit even for large screens https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3b6db04


He is correct the 55inch and above are 10bit panels. 49inch is 8bit and slower refresh rate of 60hz aswell.
Ok cheers
Currently out of stock. Have seen for similar price on other sites (e.g. ebuyer), but doesn't look like warranty is included:
ebuyer.com/798…xxu
I have been at the wife for a new tv, showed her this deal and she wasn’t having it, went to Currys yesterday and showed her it, she quickly changed her mind, the picture was stunning, went back to this deal to buy and sold out 😡😡😡, Iv emailed to see if they will be getting more in, Idoubt they will, got to ask tho .

As I fix TVs for a living I’m wouldn’t buy one without a 5 year warranty so this deal was ideal.
Edited by: "Kevstir" 1st Apr
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Kevstir1 h, 10 m ago

I have been at the wife for a new tv, showed her this deal and she wasn’t h …I have been at the wife for a new tv, showed her this deal and she wasn’t having it, went to Currys yesterday and showed her it, she quickly changed her mind, the picture was stunning, went back to this deal to buy and sold out 😡😡😡, Iv emailed to see if they will be getting more in, Idoubt they will, got to ask tho .As I fix TVs for a living I’m wouldn’t buy one without a 5 year warranty so this deal was ideal.


ue65mu9000 for 995 from krish av on ebay might still be available, don't know what the warranty is tho.
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TomBraithwaite47 m ago

https://www.av-experts.co.uk/samsung-mu7000-65-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-wi-fi-silver-led-tv.htmlWould anyone trust this website as it looks pretty cheap?


Painfully slow for me that site. Ends up being £993 delivered with 1 year warranty so I wouldn't consider that cheap. £36 less.
Just ordered this from richersounds , got it for £1079, got them to price match rgbdirect, they have it for £1199 but using easter100 code it’s £100 off , richersounds took a further £20 due to the price match 😁, would have preferred to pay the price in this deal but still not bad considering the 6 year warranty.
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