Samsung UE75MU7000 at Co-Op Electrical for £1800 with 5% TCB
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Samsung UE75MU7000 at Co-Op Electrical for £1800 with 5% TCB

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Edited by:"qwales"Found 24th Nov
Been hunting for a 75" and this seems to be the best out there atm if you are looking at the cheap sub £2000 end. Hopefully someone will post a Black Friday deal that will blow this out of the water.

electrical.coop.co.uk
Note the BFT75 voucher code gets it to £1824 but 5% TCB 5% cashback on all C-Op Electrical TV's takes it from £1899 to £1800

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Already posted... You can buy same tv for £1899 from prcdirect with 5 years warranty, couldn't really imagine spending over £1800 for a tv with only 1 year warranty like co-op deal

Original Poster

Thanks Pavel76, was just looking for the cheapest price and didn't notice the lack of Warranty. Might be worth a price match attempt though eh?

qwales9 m ago

Thanks Pavel76, was just looking for the cheapest price and didn't notice …Thanks Pavel76, was just looking for the cheapest price and didn't notice the lack of Warranty. Might be worth a price match attempt though eh?


You can always try 😁... or speak with richersound( 6 years warranty, tv priced at £1999 - they should match prcdirect price, not sure about co-op with code )
Edited by: "pavel76" 24th Nov

THis must be the cheapst HDR10 and 10bit 4k TV so far and 75"? Though is the OLED or Samsungs QLED?

darthvader666uk6 m ago

THis must be the cheapst HDR10 and 10bit 4k TV so far and 75"? Though is …THis must be the cheapst HDR10 and 10bit 4k TV so far and 75"? Though is the OLED or Samsungs QLED?


it's OLED and you probably right it's the cheapest and the best around for this sort of money

It's none of the above it's just standard led TV had 55 inch and returned due to terrible light bleed in corners

darthvader666uk4 h, 43 m ago

THis must be the cheapst HDR10 and 10bit 4k TV so far and 75"? Though is …THis must be the cheapst HDR10 and 10bit 4k TV so far and 75"? Though is the OLED or Samsungs QLED?


No, you can get them much cheaper. Samsung's own MU6100 typically runs a few hundred cheaper in the same size. Although it has less dynamic range of course, but this isn't any great shakes for HDR.

This is an LCD like Samsung's QLED range but had the normal wide gamut backlight without the quantum dot colour filter layer.

Original Poster

MU7000 vs MU6100:

I did copy and paste them all in but they didn't save. There are quite a lot of differences:

displayspecifications.com/en/…030
Edited by: "qwales" 27th Nov
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