SAMSUNG UE75MU6100 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £1699 @ Currys
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SAMSUNG UE75MU6100 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £1699 @ Currys

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Found 22nd Nov
Apologies if this is already posted.
seems to be a fairly decent price

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Need people who know what they’re on about to start commenting... is this a good tv?

marshy5114 h, 51 m ago

Need people who know what they’re on about to start commenting... is this a …Need people who know what they’re on about to start commenting... is this a good tv?



I posted ted this a couple of days ago reharding the 65” version. I think the same applies to this 75” TV.

I had one of these TV’s delivered 14 days ago. It’s pretty poor. It won’t connect to the smart remote that I already own. After doing a bit of research it seems that a software update caused the issue ant it has never been fixed. For me the smart remote functionality is a big deal as it really enhances the interaction with the TV’s features. More importantly the picture is terrible. It’s OKish if you are sat front and centre but if you are sat at 20+ degree angle then the picture quality diminishes very quickly so that all the colours are washed out and go like pastel colours. As well as that I think there are serious backlighting issues because you can see what appears to be several vertical shadows within the picture that look more profound on light background video footage and especially on moving scenes.

Its a cheap TV for a reason, it’s not fit for purpose and rather than “dump” the stock on the UK market, Samsung should instead recall all these TVs.

I find it very strange how reviews for this TV, in English, are pretty much non existent so people can’t make an informed decision. You have been warned.

If you want to see for yourself then go ahead and order one online, you will be protected by distant selling regulations but just check the terms and conditions of who you are buying from to be sure.

Since I bought mine from coop electrical I have 14 days to return the tv if not satisfied, even if I’ve opened the box to examine the TV. They will be getting a call today (last day I can do this) and I will tell them that I am terminating the sale contract ant they can come get their TV. I’m not looking forward to re-boxing it.

I was considering returning as faulty because I have 30 days from the delivery date to do this but this may leave me vulnerable as they may be able to challenge my opinions, not sure on that one.

I really wanted to like this TV. I just bought, and set-up, the PS4 Pro and will be getting the VR when version 2 becomes available but for now I will have to continue using my 8yr old 60” LG plasma until a decent 65” set becomes available and I might raise my budget by a few hundred quid.

I hope this helps someone

BiGfactHunt18 m ago

I posted ted this a couple of days ago reharding the 65” version. I think …I posted ted this a couple of days ago reharding the 65” version. I think the same applies to this 75” TV.I had one of these TV’s delivered 14 days ago. It’s pretty poor. It won’t connect to the smart remote that I already own. After doing a bit of research it seems that a software update caused the issue ant it has never been fixed. For me the smart remote functionality is a big deal as it really enhances the interaction with the TV’s features. More importantly the picture is terrible. It’s OKish if you are sat front and centre but if you are sat at 20+ degree angle then the picture quality diminishes very quickly so that all the colours are washed out and go like pastel colours. As well as that I think there are serious backlighting issues because you can see what appears to be several vertical shadows within the picture that look more profound on light background video footage and especially on moving scenes.Its a cheap TV for a reason, it’s not fit for purpose and rather than “dump” the stock on the UK market, Samsung should instead recall all these TVs.I find it very strange how reviews for this TV, in English, are pretty much non existent so people can’t make an informed decision. You have been warned.If you want to see for yourself then go ahead and order one online, you will be protected by distant selling regulations but just check the terms and conditions of who you are buying from to be sure.Since I bought mine from coop electrical I have 14 days to return the tv if not satisfied, even if I’ve opened the box to examine the TV. They will be getting a call today (last day I can do this) and I will tell them that I am terminating the sale contract ant they can come get their TV. I’m not looking forward to re-boxing it.I was considering returning as faulty because I have 30 days from the delivery date to do this but this may leave me vulnerable as they may be able to challenge my opinions, not sure on that one. I really wanted to like this TV. I just bought, and set-up, the PS4 Pro and will be getting the VR when version 2 becomes available but for now I will have to continue using my 8yr old 60” LG plasma until a decent 65” set becomes available and I might raise my budget by a few hundred quid.I hope this helps someone


Its the lower end 6 series. 7, 8 and 9 have much better better picture and price is hugely increases sadly. As for what you say about washed out colour. I expect better from samsung.

montana7822 m ago

Its the lower end 6 series. 7, 8 and 9 have much better better picture and …Its the lower end 6 series. 7, 8 and 9 have much better better picture and price is hugely increases sadly. As for what you say about washed out colour. I expect better from samsung.


The bad viewing angle is to do with th VA display, seriously it’s so narrow you have to be right in front of the tv. You would regret buying one of these.
Edited by: "BiGfactHunt" 23rd Nov
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