SAMSUNG UE75H6400 - 75inch 3D LED Smart TV  £1591.45 pixmania
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SAMSUNG UE75H6400 - 75inch 3D LED Smart TV £1591.45 pixmania

£1,591.45Pixmania Deals
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Found 25th Jul 2015
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Amazing price for 75inch tv !

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Wow 75 inches ...Works out at just over £20 an inch

Edited by: "cadmus" 26th Jul 2015

1080p on a 75 inch TV?

http://i.ytimg.com/vi/FIZ_gDOrzGk/maxresdefault.jpg

tempt

1080p on a 75 inch TV?



I have 1080p on a 63 inch plasma and it looks glorious

tempt

1080p on a 75 inch TV?



Old joke now!

http://orig01.deviantart.net/d0f8/f/2013/062/b/9/mario_glitch_pixel_art_by_catsinthebox-d5rrtnz.gif

We have seen them all

Edited by: "Bob_Green" 26th Jul 2015

Lloydinio

I have 1080p on a 63 inch plasma and it looks glorious


i know people who swear by their 720p/768p Kuros and others who can't see beyond the 480p trinitrons. i guess each to their own. If this TV rocks your boat, milks your goat and flips your pancake, by all means go for it.

I would buy this right now if it had 5 year warranty not sure jlewis price match this mob

tempt

1080p on a 75 inch TV?



​ Is it actually that bad? I expect some stretchyness, would I be looking at 4K resolution at this size?

The girlfriends parents are still rocking a 70" dlp monster, not even proper 720p (1024x768) and I can't see individual pixels at 7 feet, looks fine to me and yes I've been to specsavers before anyone asks haha. Nice find this, shame it's pix though.

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freakstyler

The girlfriends parents are still rocking a 70" dlp monster, not even … The girlfriends parents are still rocking a 70" dlp monster, not even proper 720p (1024x768) and I can't see individual pixels at 7 feet, looks fine to me and yes I've been to specsavers before anyone asks haha. Nice find this, shame it's pix though.



Yes, being from Pixmania is the main problem. For those that want to risk dealing with Pixmania should go for it, assuming they have £1,591 of course.

And to think I'd watch 1080p on a 120" projection screen... It's almost like 1080p is more than sharp enough.

This is a fantastic deal on a great telly, why everyone is worried about 4K when we won't have a decent amount of content for ages I have no idea.

Lloydinio

I have 1080p on a 63 inch plasma and it looks glorious


Plasma was always good regardless of the size or resolution

Such a shame they stopped making them

Roll on the days where OLED is mainstream, that'll be the only time i'll replace my plasmas

Ideal for people on the social to get their daily fill of Jeremy Kyle !

I've the 55" version of the TV its awesome, really quick and has plenty features. Wished I'd gotten the 65" but the price difference was a joke at the time

My projector is sitting as 74" (as I don't have a handy spare bit of wall any bigger) and before someone says this TV is too big, it is perfect from around 9-10 feet away, where I sit.

I'd still go the projector route for something this size for value though.

Nice TV, nice price, terrible retailer.

Cold, why not just buy a 65 inch 4k for the same price?

Dblue75

Ideal for people on the social to get their daily fill of Jeremy Kyle !


Hate the game not the player

couragenh

Cold, why not just buy a 65 inch 4k for the same price?



Maybe because this is bigger. Must have been at the back of the queue on brain day

Agreed. Not sure whether to take the plunge and try this retailer... I think you have to use a power adapter, but that's the only difference between the UK models, right?

would not even buy an 8k of that size

WIll probably not work with Freeview
Edited by: "m4rts" 26th Jul 2015

Ignoring the fact it's Pixmania, probably won't have a UK FreeviewHD tuner and that people in here are stat snobs.

You should buy a TV to fit in with the distance you sit from the Screen. The further back you sit, the bigger the TV you'd ideally buy. If you're sit to close yes, 1080p may seem too low a resolution. However you'll also end up having to move your head and/eyes to scan across the screen as it would be a larger area than your field of view.

A 55" screen has a pixel size of about 1mmx1mm. So this TV maybe about 1.5x1.5. How many people can discern that from 5m away?

dealer1000

Agreed. Not sure whether to take the plunge and try this retailer... I … Agreed. Not sure whether to take the plunge and try this retailer... I think you have to use a power adapter, but that's the only difference between the UK models, right?



If it is a EU model, you may find that it only has the DVB/T digital tuner, and not the DVB/T-2 which is required to receive UK digital channels. The Smart content from Samsung should be geo-determined (and geo-locked), so that should not be a problem, but I would double check.

Pixmania..........no thanks......buyer beware.......hopefully will not be suspended again for making
HUKDealers aware of Pixmania's short comings on service/customer service when things go wrong
Personally had a 6 month nightmare due to their error. Google them for bad service

dealer1000

Agreed. Not sure whether to take the plunge and try this retailer... I … Agreed. Not sure whether to take the plunge and try this retailer... I think you have to use a power adapter, but that's the only difference between the UK models, right?



I bough a Sammy from Pix about a year ago:-

1. You need an EU to UK adaptor
2. Freeview HD Tuner did work in the UK
3. BBC "red button features" don't work
4. TV guide function remains on different timezone (despite being correct in settings)

If you are using a separate Sky or set top box you will prob avoid issues 2-4 (_;)

I think mine was a TV set intended for the Netherlands market.

Its not possible to buy it at the price in the title, none of the codes work.

Nice price. I've got this set and my sofa is 10 feet away. For this distance there shouldn't be any benefit for 4k referencehometheater.com/201…or/

Why hot? oO

Not a TV for me right now but I've used Pixmania for years. I've had the odd return which has not been their fault and have never had any issues.

Looks like I've been on my own.

couragenh

Cold, why not just buy a 65 inch 4k for the same price?


Link me please

topgeezah

I bough a Sammy from Pix about a year ago:-1. You need an EU to UK … I bough a Sammy from Pix about a year ago:-1. You need an EU to UK adaptor2. Freeview HD Tuner did work in the UK3. BBC "red button features" don't work 4. TV guide function remains on different timezone (despite being correct in settings)If you are using a separate Sky or set top box you will prob avoid issues 2-4 (_;)I think mine was a TV set intended for the Netherlands market.


My Samsung was also European but I used the guides on the internet to modify to UK market using the manufacturer hidden settings page. This may not work if you are experiencing a hardware limitation but I would definitely look into it.

If this was a uk seller it would be a different story. I bought from pixmania before. Never again

I just bought a 55ins from pixmania great customer service and logistics there tvs all come with eu adapters when shipped to the uk

Yup beware as the digital tuners are different, cold, cold , cold.....

rugbyboyroy

Pixmania..........no thanks......buyer beware.......hopefully will not be … Pixmania..........no thanks......buyer beware.......hopefully will not be suspended again for makingHUKDealers aware of Pixmania's short comings on service/customer service when things go wrongPersonally had a 6 month nightmare due to their error. Google them for bad service




completely agree

pixmania

avoid like the plague

All about John Lewis !

i have 100" screen at 1080p and it only cost me £399...

rastbury

i have 100" screen at 1080p and it only cost me £399...



Course you have.......
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