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SAMSUNG UE70KU6000 Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV. Additional £100 with code £1299 @ Currys
SAMSUNG UE70KU6000 Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV. Additional £100 with code £1299 @ Currys

SAMSUNG UE70KU6000 Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV. Additional £100 with code £1299 @ Currys

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I'm sure I saw the 60" 7000 series for the same price on here today - much better set imo
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 25th Nov 2016

Click on the specifications tab;

Dynamic Contrast Ratio: Mega

........well shee-it

There seems to be quite a few 65-70" TV's in this price range around today. Is there any that are particularly worth it with decent HDR?

lol 70". Who has a room suitable for a 70" TV. All I want is a decent 46" OLED TV (which is still a little too big) with no gimmicks like 3D etc etc. can I find one for a reasonable price - NO. I can buy a bigger TV stuffed with unimportant tech for less money though. Jesus why do people think they need 50-55" TVs.

Sry for the rant but there must of been 20-30 TV "offers" on here in the last week that are all crap and companies just trying to exploit our "it must be cheaper it's Black Friday" psyche

Thanks - just ordered 4.

Banned

tighty

lol 70". Who has a room suitable for a 70" TV. All I want is a decent 46" … lol 70". Who has a room suitable for a 70" TV. All I want is a decent 46" OLED TV (which is still a little too big) with no gimmicks like 3D etc etc. can I find one for a reasonable price - NO. I can buy a bigger TV stuffed with unimportant tech for less money though. Jesus why do people think they need 50-55" TVs.Sry for the rant but there must of been 20-30 TV "offers" on here in the last week that are all crap and companies just trying to exploit our "it must be cheaper it's Black Friday" psyche



Get a tv stand and I think the majority of people have a room suitable for 70 inch x

coreykeepence

Get a tv stand and I think the majority of people have a room suitable … Get a tv stand and I think the majority of people have a room suitable for 70 inch x



going by Which advice then If you are watching from about 3m then the "ideal" size is about 40-47 inches. I think the majority of people think that bigger size = greater quality. whereas clearly its the opposite

tighty

going by Which advice then If you are watching from about 3m then the … going by Which advice then If you are watching from about 3m then the "ideal" size is about 40-47 inches. I think the majority of people think that bigger size = greater quality. whereas clearly its the opposite


Or the majority of people dont live their life by the advice of a subscription review service.

Get what feels right, simple as that

callum84

Or the majority of people dont live their life by the advice of a … Or the majority of people dont live their life by the advice of a subscription review service.Get what feels right, simple as that



​lol perhaps you prefer what hifi recommendations then as that's free. funnily enough they give roughly the same advice. SHOCKER. plus their very first statement is:

"While it might be tempting to think that bigger is better, the size of set that’s right for you is closely dependent on how close to the screen you’ll be sitting, which depends on the size of your room".

tighty

lol 70". Who has a room suitable for a 70" TV. All I want is a decent 46" … lol 70". Who has a room suitable for a 70" TV. All I want is a decent 46" OLED TV (which is still a little too big) with no gimmicks like 3D etc etc. can I find one for a reasonable price - NO. I can buy a bigger TV stuffed with unimportant tech for less money though. Jesus why do people think they need 50-55" TVs.Sry for the rant but there must of been 20-30 TV "offers" on here in the last week that are all crap and companies just trying to exploit our "it must be cheaper it's Black Friday" psyche


70" really isn't that big. I've got a 65" TV and it's not big enough, in a living room that's 3.5m by 3.5m.

Also, must of? What?
Edited by: "rofflespoffle" 25th Nov 2016

a quick Google for tv size guide recommends for a 70" tv you should be sat 2.99mtrs away

tighty

All I want is a decent 46" OLED TV (which is still a little too big) with … All I want is a decent 46" OLED TV (which is still a little too big) with no gimmicks like 3D etc etc. can I find one for a reasonable price - NO. I can buy a bigger TV stuffed with unimportant tech for less money though. Jesus why do people think they need 50-55" TVs.



That's what I am looking for.
I have been using plasma TVs for the last few years, so I am used to great blacks, great image quality and smooth fast motion images. Unfortunately the vast majority of LCD TVs would be a down grade, which is why OLED seems the only option for me. But spending £2k is prohibitive.

For me, a TV is all about image quality. Sound comes second. And all the other gimmicks, come a distant 3rd.

If I wanted smart features, I could buy a chrome cast, so I don't quite understand what the fascination is with smart tv features when you can buy a chrome cast for very little money and insert it into the back of your TV.

In any case, in my current setup I have a computer connected to my TV and that smokes any smart TV feature set...now and in the future.

tighty

​lol perhaps you prefer what hifi recommendations then as that's free. f … ​lol perhaps you prefer what hifi recommendations then as that's free. funnily enough they give roughly the same advice. SHOCKER. plus their very first statement is:"While it might be tempting to think that bigger is better, the size of set that’s right for you is closely dependent on how close to the screen you’ll be sitting, which depends on the size of your room".


Honestly, who gives a flying ****.

Your trying really hard to justify buying a smaller TV, having doubts on your purchase lol



Edited by: "callum84" 25th Nov 2016

callum84

Honestly, who gives a flying ****.Your trying really hard to justify … Honestly, who gives a flying ****.Your trying really hard to justify buying a smaller TV, having doubts on your purchase lol



eh? having doubts on what purchase?

No what i am saying is that the brands are trying to flog us bigger, cheaper screens so they get a larger margin and uneducated buyers are snapping them up thinking they are getting a good deal. Without review sites, SMPTE and other independant organisations we would have no clue on what to buy as we can't all be experts in all fields.

But if you want to resort to crude statements then crack on - Im trying to be a subjective voice on a crazy day.

rofflespoffle

70" really isn't that big. I've got a 65" TV and it's not big enough, in … 70" really isn't that big. I've got a 65" TV and it's not big enough, in a living room that's 3.5m by 3.5m.Also, must of? What?



oh sorry please excuse my incorrect English. Perhaps you should educate me as clearly you're an expert by your use of that comma

Can anyone confirm if this actually any good? I was waiting for the 65KS8000 to drop further but that looks like it isn't going to happen :-(

sunama

That's what I am looking for.I have been using plasma TVs for the last … That's what I am looking for.I have been using plasma TVs for the last few years, so I am used to great blacks, great image quality and smooth fast motion images. Unfortunately the vast majority of LCD TVs would be a down grade, which is why OLED seems the only option for me. But spending £2k is prohibitive.For me, a TV is all about image quality. Sound comes second. And all the other gimmicks, come a distant 3rd.If I wanted smart features, I could buy a chrome cast, so I don't quite understand what the fascination is with smart tv features when you can buy a chrome cast for very little money and insert it into the back of your TV.In any case, in my current setup I have a computer connected to my TV and that smokes any smart TV feature set...now and in the future.



I'm the same. 60" Plasma hooked up to a HTPC with Plex, Steam, Kodi etc. By comparison, Smart features feel sluggish, and most apps an afterthought when compared to PC and console versions. My next TV will most definitely be an OLED, probably in about 5 years, and by then we should be looking at far more reasonable prices.

I do have a 120" projector in the same room though which I use for games and film. People want a cinema-like experience at home, and with reducing costs comes the creep of TV sizes over the past few years. And Tighty, screen size on these 4K TV's is really irrelevant to quality. It comes down to the panel and processing, which is where the additional costs come in. Personally I'd recommend you a Panasonic plasma from a couple of years ago if you want minimal smart features and a great picture, if 4K isn't an absolute necessity.

tighty

going by Which advice then If you are watching from about 3m then the … going by Which advice then If you are watching from about 3m then the "ideal" size is about 40-47 inches. I think the majority of people think that bigger size = greater quality. whereas clearly its the opposite


It's is u don't need ur glasses

tighty

eh? having doubts on what purchase?No what i am saying is that the brands … eh? having doubts on what purchase?No what i am saying is that the brands are trying to flog us bigger, cheaper screens so they get a larger margin and uneducated buyers are snapping them up thinking they are getting a good deal. Without review sites, SMPTE and other independant organisations we would have no clue on what to buy as we can't all be experts in all fields.But if you want to resort to crude statements then crack on - Im trying to be a subjective voice on a crazy day.



That's funny, don't SMPTE recommend a 0.60 distance/display size? At 10' (120") this results in a 72" recommended screen size.

I have a 46" TV and sit 10 - 14' away depending on which sofa I am sitting on. Aside from the fact that the SMPTE recommendation is 72-100", 46" is a little on the small side for me for comfortable viewing especially on the sofa furthest from the TV. Like me, some people will be replacing screens in the region of 46-49" regardless of what you, Which or What Hi-Fi recommend.

Anyway, the real question is whether this is a good deal, not whether you or anyone thinks there is no need for anything bigger than 47".

FWIW, being able to sit closer to a 4K TV because of the higher resolution is a mute point when the content I watch is mostly SD with a little HD. I don't use Sky Q, Netflix or Amazon.

Someone that spends over 1000 on a TV will likely have a living room wider than 3m.#justsaying

tighty

oh sorry please excuse my incorrect English. Perhaps you should educate … oh sorry please excuse my incorrect English. Perhaps you should educate me as clearly you're an expert by your use of that comma


Where are your capitals and full stops? How does an awkward comma remotely compare to "must of"?

soulfulreflec

Someone that spends over 1000 on a TV will likely have a living room … Someone that spends over 1000 on a TV will likely have a living room wider than 3m.#justsaying


Why?

rofflespoffle

Where are your capitals and full stops? How does an awkward comma … Where are your capitals and full stops? How does an awkward comma remotely compare to "must of"?


Who cares; Jesus fella get a grip. If all you do is surf forums trying to educate folk on the correct or incorrect use of English you need help.

tighty

Who cares; Jesus fella get a grip. If all you do is surf forums trying to … Who cares; Jesus fella get a grip. If all you do is surf forums trying to educate folk on the correct or incorrect use of English you need help.


Yes, that's literally all I do...

It's quite amusing that you're suddenly putting effort in despite not caring and it not being a problem though.

rofflespoffle

Yes, that's literally all I do....



Yes i can tell. You've been a member for a few years and never made a positive contribution to this site. well done, the community thanks you. not replying again; I have better things to do

tighty

Yes i can tell. You've been a member for a few years and never made a … Yes i can tell. You've been a member for a few years and never made a positive contribution to this site. well done, the community thanks you. not replying again; I have better things to do


I've made at least one positive contribution.

whats the customer service like at curry's ?
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