Samsung UE65NU7100 HDR 4K Ultra HD 65" £699 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Samsung UE65NU7100 HDR 4K Ultra HD 65" £699 @ John Lewis & Partners

£699£1,249.9944%John Lewis & Partners Deals
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Refreshed 6th Dec (Posted 2nd Dec)
Down to £699 now

Also comes with JL's 5 year guarantee!
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Experience the beautifully realistic vibrancy of the 4K HDR picture with Samsung's NU7100. Stunningly clear 4K Ultra HD resolution combines with HDR powered by HDR10+ to achieve staggering levels of detail, brightness and contrast. Samsung's Auto Motion Plus and UHD Dimming together deliver a picture of brilliantly smooth realism, and you can access a world of online entertainment via Samsung's Smart Hub. With elegant 360 design, this set will revolutionise your home entertainment.

HDR powered by HDR10+
Samsung are one of the forerunners of contrast and colour-boosting High Dynamic Range (HDR). As members of the UHD Alliance, they've delivered top-shelf HDR to deepen your view and show shades previously unseen in home entertainment. Expanding light, dark and every colour in between to extraordinary new levels, this model's picture gets closer to real life. Driven by their UHD engine, Samsung's HDR powered by HDR10+ gives a glorious glow that will knock your socks off.

4K Ultra High Definition
To respond to screens getting bigger, brands have packed their screens with more pixels. This 65” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p Full HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail. And UHD upscaling increases the clarity of non-4K content.

Features:

Auto Motion Plus: Experience smooth action on fast-moving content; great for enhancing action movies or live sports events.

UHD Dimming: adjusts tone, brightness, and sharpness independently for brilliantly accurate contrast, shadow detail, and colour.

Gaming: with this smart feature, play world famous streaming & PC games on your TV with cloud gaming services.*

Samsung Smart Hub
With ultra-high definition streaming, catch-up and games services, Samsung's Smart Hub is a superbly intuitive platform. Access the latest apps to experience the best UHD content from Netflix and Amazon*. You can browse content easily, searching for your favourite programmes and movies while you are still watching TV. Powering the seamless interaction is the powerful Quad Core processor which significantly boosts performance with faster access to Smart features. Enjoy super-fast response times, as you use and toggle between apps, online services and live TV with ease. And Samsung's Universal Guide eases search by tailoring recommendations just for you.

Samsung TVPlus
Experience easy access to the latest movies via your TV guide in addition to all your traditional TV channels. Whether you’re browsing for the latest Hollywood blockbuster or trying to find Ultra HD content, expand your viewing options through a wealth of additional Smart channels with Samsung TV Plus. Watch subscription free content with on-air and catch-up services (charges apply for premium on-demand content).

360 Design with Clean Cable Solution
Minimalistic Charcoal Black 360 Design looks stunning from any angle, with a clean back panel, for an eye-catching look that enhances any viewing setting. In keeping with the elegant aesthetic, connecting cables run down through legs of the stand, removing unsightly clutter from your living room and complementing a supremely refined look.

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plymouthkay14 m ago

Same price on Amazon


That is useful to know although as long as they have stock, I would like to give JL the business. Then there is the 5 yr guarantee which helps as well.
Naruto11 m ago

This is very basic model from Samsung. Heat added for the price though.



It's a basic model and so what? You can't find a 65" for the same price elsewhere.

Horses for courses.
Cracking deal, now if only OLED were this price I'd buy one for my loft.
noahsdad1 m ago

Will be glad when the 4K obsession is over, then we can start obsessing …Will be glad when the 4K obsession is over, then we can start obsessing with 5K or whatever comes next.



8K
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Had a 10% off voucher/giftcard via work so got it for £629ish just before the price went up, phew. I'm guessing they have low stock that's why the price went up.
Edited by: "Crana" 6th Dec
2% cash back from TCB and 5£ on 50£ spend by using John Lewis reward... effective 660£
Ballards!
Spotted this deal yesterday, but had to wait til today for the funds.
Looks like it's going to cost me an extra £70 for one day.
Boomgaz2 h, 28 m ago

Ballards!Spotted this deal yesterday, but had to wait til today for the …Ballards!Spotted this deal yesterday, but had to wait til today for the funds.Looks like it's going to cost me an extra £70 for one day.


Talk to JL nicely, you never know.
thats a good deal, been looking for a 65 inch 4k tv
Has anyone ever used Richer Sounds to price match? The smaller version of this TV (55 Inch) is £499 on JL but £579 on RS. Their website states they will price match and beat by up to £100 but realistically will they just match the price?
punkindrublic2nd Dec

Ordered. Thanks for posting. Anybody know how easy this is to wall mount? …Ordered. Thanks for posting. Anybody know how easy this is to wall mount? When I was looking at one in currys I noticed the mounting fixing holes were over the curved back so I wasn’t sure how I would fix a mount to it safely. Any help much appreciated


Dont know if anyone has answered you, but I have mounted 3 just recently and Samsung supply measured spacers which account for the curvature of the back. Once fixed to the tv, they provide level mounting points to attach to a bracket. Hope that helps.
Sweetchinmusic4 h, 6 m ago

Has anyone ever used Richer Sounds to price match? The smaller version of …Has anyone ever used Richer Sounds to price match? The smaller version of this TV (55 Inch) is £499 on JL but £579 on RS. Their website states they will price match and beat by up to £100 but realistically will they just match the price?


Yes they will.
Bowey4th Dec

Possibly because 1 out of 10millon actually watch things in 3d, it's just …Possibly because 1 out of 10millon actually watch things in 3d, it's just annoying for me.


Well, ok then :-( people say I'm special.... 1 in 10 million ;-)
Joefez3 h, 39 m ago

Dont know if anyone has answered you, but I have mounted 3 just recently …Dont know if anyone has answered you, but I have mounted 3 just recently and Samsung supply measured spacers which account for the curvature of the back. Once fixed to the tv, they provide level mounting points to attach to a bracket. Hope that helps.


Brilliant thanks for the reply , hopefully I’ll have nothing to worry about, though sounds like from other reply’s that I might need longer M8? Bolts for the lower 2 holes. Might obtain those just in case i need them
punkindrublic57 m ago

Brilliant thanks for the reply , hopefully I’ll have nothing to worry a …Brilliant thanks for the reply , hopefully I’ll have nothing to worry about, though sounds like from other reply’s that I might need longer M8? Bolts for the lower 2 holes. Might obtain those just in case i need them


They are quite long so it's probably not a bad idea. I wall mounted two (2 x 43") and stand mounted two (1 x 55" & 1 x 65") at work. The stand mounts came with a good selection of bolt lengths. The wall mounts didn't have such a good selection of bolts, so I took some of the longest ones from the stand mount box and used some washers to bridge the gap. If you live close to the shops, maybe see what bolts you get with your wall mounts first. They might be suitable out of the box, so you can save yourself a few quid. They go up nice and easy so you'll be fine. Good luck
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noahsdad2nd Dec

Will be glad when the 4K obsession is over, then we can start obsessing …Will be glad when the 4K obsession is over, then we can start obsessing with 5K or whatever comes next.


8k already in Japan
crinkleshoes2nd Dec

It's a basic model and so what? You can't find a 65" for the same price …It's a basic model and so what? You can't find a 65" for the same price elsewhere.Horses for courses.


Many 65" @ this price and less just not very good 65" tv's @ this price
back in stock but 769 now
rs_tigerblade2nd Dec

Exactly, I dunno why people say this, best 65 inch under a grand

HiSense U7A is a far better tv and well below £1k now, there are also a couple of lower models cheaper which are more comparable with this set in quality.
It just annoys me how they try to sell this rubbish as a HDR set, all they do is make it compatible to play the format but not with any true HDR quality in the picture.
Edited by: "pacman32" 7th Dec
Common.Sense2nd Dec

Yes, all basic Smart 4k HDR models.What is meant by basic?They are not OELD


8 bit screens, software inflated colour pallette, low screen brightness (well below minimum standard for real HDR) but sold as HDR
Oh yeah don't forget only 3 HDMI connections and 2 usb.
Edited by: "pacman32" 7th Dec
John Lewis also do the 55" version of this TV for £499 as well.
I bought one yesterday in the Newcastle branch.
pacman327th Dec

HiSense U7A is a far better tv and well below £1k now, there are also a …HiSense U7A is a far better tv and well below £1k now, there are also a couple of lower models cheaper which are more comparable with this set in quality.It just annoys me how they try to sell this rubbish as a HDR set, all they do is make it compatible to play the format but not with any true HDR quality in the picture.


ummm.. yea, the U7A is 8bit too and has no true HDR.. and also higher black levels. Its a lesser TV by almost every aspect. It has borders on the actual screen FFS just so they can claim its 'bezel-less'
pacman327th Dec

8 bit screens, software inflated colour pallette, low screen brightness …8 bit screens, software inflated colour pallette, low screen brightness (well below minimum standard for real HDR) but sold as HDR Oh yeah don't forget only 3 HDMI connections and 2 usb.


Oh yea, only 3 HDMI, whatever will we do!:/ Are you suggesting you can get a 10 bit 65 inch TV under a grand? haha Of course its not real HDR, its 8 bit!
It looks great as a 'fake HDR' though and what about people like me that think HDR is just a huge gimmick (good for games though) on movies and the like considering post-prod and colour grading is all about getting a higher dynamic range to fit within the 8bit range? You don't really want to see a huge dynamic range, and in movies they are colour graded so you can see a good dynamic range tastefully anyway.

As Ive said, ever since Ive got this TV I have been amazed. The upscaling from HD looks phenomenal, the colour is exceptional and really well calibrated and the screen itself is clear from corner to corner. All the smart functions are fast and easy, so basically its not overly bright (who cares?) and it has 3 HDMI connections (I only need 2 anyway)

So paying anything over that for slightly darker blacks and way more for a 10 bit panel which will probably be dirt cheap in a few years anyway is just nonsensical FOR ME. Obviously if people want that quality they will pay for it and wont be looking at this TV anyway so being snobbish about it is kinda pointless...
Turtletom1004th Dec

It doesn't even compare to the TV i bought last year (KS7000) this is …It doesn't even compare to the TV i bought last year (KS7000) this is definately a restricted/budget telly. No freesat, Not true hdr10, no DTS, no one connect, only 50hz refresh rate. Shame thought this would be steal of the year



Totally agree. Absolutely love my KS7000, even though it's now 2 years old. Miles better than my MU6400.

Am I right in thinking that the KS 7, 8 and 9000's were the early forebears of QLED ?
Missed out on this, anyone now any good current deals for a 65" panel at a similar price to this?
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