Samsung UE75MU7000 LED TV - £1,999 with code at Peter Tyson
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Samsung UE75MU7000 LED TV - £1,999 with code at Peter Tyson

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Found 1st Nov
Samsung UE75MU7000 LED TV

75" Flat Screen Ultra HD Smart TV MU7000 range


£2599.00 £1,999.00

When you use code BBF600

Covered by Black Friday price promise too

Not within my budget




11 Comments

Code works, just checked. Pretty good deal for this specific model. Voted hot!

any codes for the 55 in model?

VA panel issue if you are not sitting dead centre. From expert reviews:
"it also suffers from the usual drawbacks inherent to VA panel technology. For instance, if you’re not sitting directly in front of the Samsung, you’ll notice that the darkest shadows begin to look grey rather than black, and colours begin to lose their lustre. If you can’t position the MU7000 slap bang in front of your sofa, then you’d be wise to look at a TV with a different panel type."


Great price though!

blue_eyes77738 m ago

VA panel issue if you are not sitting dead centre. From expert …VA panel issue if you are not sitting dead centre. From expert reviews:"it also suffers from the usual drawbacks inherent to VA panel technology. For instance, if you’re not sitting directly in front of the Samsung, you’ll notice that the darkest shadows begin to look grey rather than black, and colours begin to lose their lustre. If you can’t position the MU7000 slap bang in front of your sofa, then you’d be wise to look at a TV with a different panel type."Great price though!


That's true for many led tvs tho. Could get one with an Ips panel but then the black levels won't be as good. Going by a few reviews people say that out of the 180 degrees around 55 offer a near perfect picture, but a guess if you have it right in a corner 55 out of 90 isn't bad.

75”! Slightly off topic but I vividly remember my dad buying a 28” Sony Trinitron from John Lewis, which at the time I thought was the most amazing, largest TV I had ever seen. Gosh, I feel old.......

MIDURIX4 h, 21 m ago

That's true for many led tvs tho. Could get one with an Ips panel but then …That's true for many led tvs tho. Could get one with an Ips panel but then the black levels won't be as good. Going by a few reviews people say that out of the 180 degrees around 55 offer a near perfect picture, but a guess if you have it right in a corner 55 out of 90 isn't bad.


In my limited experience of using an LG SJ800v and a Samsung KS700 I would say that viewing the VA panel from the sides offers a clearly worse picture than directly in front but in terms of contrast it's still probably comparable to what you would get from viewing an IPS panel from the front.

"Covered by Black Friday price promise too"

I can't find any reference to this, what is it please?

Horrorwood1 h, 25 m ago

"Covered by Black Friday price promise too"I can't find any reference to …"Covered by Black Friday price promise too"I can't find any reference to this, what is it please?


I guess it means they won't be selling it for any less come black Friday deals but if they do you get a refund?

sicourt3 h, 52 m ago

75”! Slightly off topic but I vividly remember my dad buying a 28” Sony Tri …75”! Slightly off topic but I vividly remember my dad buying a 28” Sony Trinitron from John Lewis, which at the time I thought was the most amazing, largest TV I had ever seen. Gosh, I feel old.......



Bought a Sony 32"about 20 tears ago thought that was amazing , look at that size now they look tiny.
It weighed 130Ilbs , them CRT sets were blooming heavy.

Njay4 h, 16 m ago

I guess it means they won't be selling it for any less come black Friday …I guess it means they won't be selling it for any less come black Friday deals but if they do you get a refund?


That was my guess too, I just wondered if it applied to them matching all retailers.

However I have contacted them and they said their website should be update tomorrow with full terms etc, I am just wondering where the OP got the info from?
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