Samsung UE75MU7000 75" 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Smart TV - £1589.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Samsung UE75MU7000 75" 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Smart TV - £1589.97 @ Laptops Direct

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Found 17th Dec 2017
Been tempted by the 65" LG at Currys but look at this beast. Interest free finance from £132.50/month.
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I could finally see the campers in cod ww2 on this 🤣
Good price, I'm looking longingly at 55 or 65 inch and the mu7000 is one I'm tempted by.
MCGONIS2 m ago

I would re-name my house to THE ODEON if I had this!


Think of all the money you'd save not having to go the cinema
stevo610510 m ago

You must be out of your mind to spend £1500 on a tv. Come on thats …You must be out of your mind to spend £1500 on a tv. Come on thats ridiculous


People spend 1k on an iPhones and 500 quid a month on 2 year leases on base model BMW/mercedes. Theres much worse people spend that much money on.
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i want one! lol
Delivery not till 4 Jan
You must be out of your mind to spend £1500 on a tv. Come on thats ridiculous
ps4 on this Monster would be " jawdropping"
I could finally see the campers in cod ww2 on this 🤣
Good price, I'm looking longingly at 55 or 65 inch and the mu7000 is one I'm tempted by.
stevo61055 m ago

You must be out of your mind to spend £1500 on a tv. Come on thats …You must be out of your mind to spend £1500 on a tv. Come on thats ridiculous


What a story Mark haha
I would re-name my house to THE ODEON if I had this!
MCGONIS2 m ago

I would re-name my house to THE ODEON if I had this!


Think of all the money you'd save not having to go the cinema
stevo61058 m ago

You must be out of your mind to spend £1500 on a tv. Come on thats …You must be out of your mind to spend £1500 on a tv. Come on thats ridiculous


Check out the 65" LG at Currys, that's around £850. Yeah, £1600 is a lot of money, I'm currently using a BenQ W10780+ so used to 100" screen, would be too drastic to go from that to something like 50" or whatever. Tis crazy, not long ago 50" was like WOW
1.6% through quidco too alot of t.v. for the money and decent on the 0% finance
stevo610510 m ago

You must be out of your mind to spend £1500 on a tv. Come on thats …You must be out of your mind to spend £1500 on a tv. Come on thats ridiculous


People spend 1k on an iPhones and 500 quid a month on 2 year leases on base model BMW/mercedes. Theres much worse people spend that much money on.
Remember the day I spent £1800 on a Samsung 46” all singing and dancing few years down the line 4K came along... vowed never to spend more than 1k on a tv again. But I’ll admit that’s a good price and a huge tv.
the frankie vaughan on this would be tremendous
I get confused with 4K TV’s at the moment. Some are not full 4K and read to look for 10bit rather than 8 (+2), but not all specs show this. I’m guessing this is full 4K and how do you know?
SavB20 m ago

People spend 1k on an iPhones and 500 quid a month on 2 year leases on …People spend 1k on an iPhones and 500 quid a month on 2 year leases on base model BMW/mercedes. Theres much worse people spend that much money on.


Bonkers
cadmus39 m ago

ps4 on this Monster would be " jawdropping"



It would highlight the lack of native 4k rendering, picture would look softer with worse shimmering.

Also, not the best TV for HDR.
My table is 30cm shorter then this tv. Does Anyone know the dimensions between the feet?
johnmcdon1 h, 11 m ago

Think of all the money you'd save not having to go the cinema


If you sit very close to a 40 inch you get the same budget result.
johnro30 m ago

My table is 30cm shorter then this tv. Does Anyone know the dimensions …My table is 30cm shorter then this tv. Does Anyone know the dimensions between the feet?


Exactly what i was thinking

Samsung don't quote this very important dimension
stevieste231 h, 6 m ago

I get confused with 4K TV’s at the moment. Some are not full 4K and read t …I get confused with 4K TV’s at the moment. Some are not full 4K and read to look for 10bit rather than 8 (+2), but not all specs show this. I’m guessing this is full 4K and how do you know?


Generally the more money you spend on a TV the better it is, £1000 pounds plus gets you a TV that plays 4k HDR properly.
stevieste231 h, 22 m ago

I get confused with 4K TV’s at the moment. Some are not full 4K and read t …I get confused with 4K TV’s at the moment. Some are not full 4K and read to look for 10bit rather than 8 (+2), but not all specs show this. I’m guessing this is full 4K and how do you know?


You're mixing multiple technologies.

Everything at this size is full 4K now. Well, they're probably not capable of receiving 4K broadcasts when they start and may not get the 4K versions of catch-up apps when they release but in terms of content available now they have full support.

There's another new standard/technology called High Dynamic Range (HDR) which is a new set of ambitious picture standards allowing content creators to specify brighter highlights and colours TVs haven't previously been able to show.

HDR and 4K are often used together in content, but they're not otherwise related to each other - they don't even affect the same aspects of picture quality.

As HDR is an ambitious target it's designed around being scaled down for the available hardware as it'll be a few years yet before even top of the range TVs can display the full HDR range. Right now you get more HDR ability the higher up the range you go. HDR is also a straight improvement to picture quality, so everything above the most minimal of support will result in better pictures.

The primarily hardware improvements for HDR in LCDs is the backlight. It's colour gamut, local dimming system and brightness range.

Some people think they need to go for a native 10-bit LCD panel for HDR, but I'm a bit mystified as to why. Tests show there's very little real world difference to an 8-bit panel with dithering (sometimes referred to as 8+2), at least at current levels of HDR hardware.
Im gonna wait till January.. in the last month price have dropped from 1999 to 1600..
stevo61051 h, 35 m ago

Bonkers


Surely it depends what you earn! I have a mate that probably takes home about £20k a month after tax so this would be nothing to him. Ironically he’s a tight arse and actually would be happy buying a 40” Bush tv but that’s another story!
Very hot! I paid not far off this amount (£1350ish) almost a year ago for a 6000 series Samsung 70" model and I love it. This is more screen and more features for a smidgen more and well worth it I'd say.
HaroFreestyler59 m ago

Surely it depends what you earn! I have a mate that probably takes home …Surely it depends what you earn! I have a mate that probably takes home about £20k a month after tax so this would be nothing to him. Ironically he’s a tight arse and actually would be happy buying a 40” Bush tv but that’s another story!


Yea good point. Ok bonkers for somebody like me to pay that then lol. 20k a month wow. Whats your mates profession? Bloody good job
johnro2 h, 23 m ago

My table is 30cm shorter then this tv. Does Anyone know the dimensions …My table is 30cm shorter then this tv. Does Anyone know the dimensions between the feet?


You can always buy a vesa mount tv stand for about £25
£1590 for a 4K 75" TV is a crazy price! How can anyone complain that it's too expensive? In all fairness it could be a rubbish panel (haven't done mt research on this one). I payed £2K for my 1080p 50" Pioneer Kuro Plasma screen prob 10 years ago and is easily some of the best money I ever spent!! It's still my TV to this day and the picture quality still amazing, still get compliments on how "right" the picture looks. Trust me i'm not loaded but a TV is something you look at everyday and should last a decade. I would never go cheap on things like that.
Edited by: "Daves_mate" 18th Dec 2017
stevo61051 h, 23 m ago

Yea good point. Ok bonkers for somebody like me to pay that then lol. 20k …Yea good point. Ok bonkers for somebody like me to pay that then lol. 20k a month wow. Whats your mates profession? Bloody good job


Partner in an accounting firm.
stevo61052 h, 14 m ago

Yea good point. Ok bonkers for somebody like me to pay that then lol. 20k …Yea good point. Ok bonkers for somebody like me to pay that then lol. 20k a month wow. Whats your mates profession? Bloody good job


In the 'herb' industry
HaroFreestyler2 h, 35 m ago

Partner in an accounting firm.


That's almost 500k pa gross. Doubt it.
Edited by: "callum84" 18th Dec 2017
Do people now live in massive houses or something?
Don't you need to be something like fifteen feet away to get the best viewing distance on a screen this size?
Uranus18th Dec 2017

Do people now live in massive houses or something?Don't you need to be …Do people now live in massive houses or something?Don't you need to be something like fifteen feet away to get the best viewing distance on a screen this size?


That's a normal room size
callum846 h, 31 m ago

That's almost 500k pa gross. Doubt it.


Salary, plus bonuses. When you get paid 10% of what your department makes each year and you manage to generate £3m it equals a decent bonus payment!

I know quite a few folk on money like that, sadly I’m not one of them!
johnro3 h, 56 m ago

That's a normal room size


Fifteen feet viewing distance requires a room to be a bit wider than fifteen feet.
I would argue that most houses generally do not have rooms (appropriate to watch television) wider than fifteen feet. Not counting through lounges.
Crazy Cheap price had a not spent 3 times the prices on a 65" Oled this would have been considered and its 75"
gibblesuk16 h, 20 m ago

Delivery not till 4 Jan


They've updated it to "Delivery from tomorrow" now
MCGONIS18 h, 4 m ago

I would re-name my house to THE ODEON if I had this!

you forgot to add IMAX to it.
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