Samsung UE75NU8000 75" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV @ CO-Op electrical
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Samsung UE75NU8000 75" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV @ CO-Op electrical

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Excellent tv. Minimal difference between this and qled. I have the 49 inch so guess larger sizes will be even better when watching footy.

Best thing is the interface really smooth and easy to get access to netflix and amazon.
TheGos1 h, 31 m ago

Excellent tv. Minimal difference between this and qled. I have the 49 inch …Excellent tv. Minimal difference between this and qled. I have the 49 inch so guess larger sizes will be even better when watching footy.Best thing is the interface really smooth and easy to get access to netflix and amazon.


We have the MU7000 which is the old model but equivalent to this, last years Panasonic oled and this years qled. Panasonic has marginally better blacks than qled and much better than MU7000. MU7000 is absolutely destroyed by both on picture quality and qled is far brighter than both and looks the most impressive. I don't agree at all that there is a minimal difference between the mu7000/NU8000 and oled/qled.
If you are taking about q6 qled then yes that one is a bit rubbish, but q7 is much better and the q9 we have is amazing.

This however is a cracking price for this TV. The q6 75" is £400 more and imo not at all worth it. Q7 at £400 more however would be worth it, if it were that price.
Only 12 months warranty, too risky
Spending that type of money, you might as well go for a 65" OLED/QLED !
MIDURIX19 m ago

We have the MU7000 which is the old model but equivalent to this, last …We have the MU7000 which is the old model but equivalent to this, last years Panasonic oled and this years qled. Panasonic has marginally better blacks than qled and much better than MU7000. MU7000 is absolutely destroyed by both on picture quality and qled is far brighter than both and looks the most impressive. I don't agree at all that there is a minimal difference between the mu7000/NU8000 and oled/qled.If you are taking about q6 qled then yes that one is a bit rubbish, but q7 is much better and the q9 we have is amazing. This however is a cracking price for this TV. The q6 75" is £400 more and imo not at all worth it. Q7 at £400 more however would be worth it, if it were that price.



This is more equivalent to the MU8000 (MU9000 in the U.S. for some reason)
Panda2219 m ago

Spending that type of money, you might as well go for a 65" OLED/QLED !



Why, this is a 75", not a 65" - and once you've gone bigger you won't be going back that's for sure.
Would rather go for quality over quantity lol.
Panda2212 m ago

Would rather go for quality over quantity lol.



If you think you are going to get "quality" from a £1600 65" OLED/QLED then you are very much mistaken.
Edited by: "meherenow" 12th Jan
meherenow1 h, 7 m ago

This is more equivalent to the MU8000 (MU9000 in the U.S. for some reason)


Let me put it another way the NU7000 replaces the MU6000, NU8000 replaces MU7000. The NU8000 may be marginally better than the MU7000, but it isn't the successor to the MU8000.
meherenow1 h, 10 m ago

If you think you are going to get "quality" from a £1600 65" OLED/QLED …If you think you are going to get "quality" from a £1600 65" OLED/QLED then you are very much mistaken.


Got my 55EZ952 for £1000 with a five year warranty last year and the 65" was about £1600. If you are saying the EZ952 isn't a quality OLED you must have very very high standards.
MIDURIX47 m ago

Let me put it another way the NU7000 replaces the MU6000, NU8000 replaces …Let me put it another way the NU7000 replaces the MU6000, NU8000 replaces MU7000. The NU8000 may be marginally better than the MU7000, but it isn't the successor to the MU8000.



Let me put it another way...

The NU8000 DIRECTLY replaces the MU8000 - NOT the MU7000. The NU7000 replaces the MU7000 - I have no idea where you are getting your information from?

Check out RTINGS or anywhere else if you require clarification.

I have recently had my faulty MU8000 swapped for the NU8000 (because it is the comparable 2018 and current model) and it is marginally better.

As for your OLED spiel - it's the old adage, you get what you pay for - the equivalent here (for the price) is the Q6 OLED, which by most barometers is a pretty poor implementation. Better to spend more for OLED/QLED, or get a mid range quality LED like, er, this NU8000.
Edited by: "meherenow" 12th Jan
meherenow1 h, 33 m ago

Let me put it another way...The NU8000 DIRECTLY replaces the MU8000 - NOT …Let me put it another way...The NU8000 DIRECTLY replaces the MU8000 - NOT the MU7000. The NU7000 replaces the MU7000 - I have no idea where you are getting your information from?Check out RTINGS or anywhere else if you require clarification.I have recently had my faulty MU8000 swapped for the NU8000 (because it is the comparable 2018 and current model) and it is marginally better.As for your OLED spiel - it's the old adage, you get what you pay for - the equivalent here (for the price) is the Q6 OLED, which by most barometers is a pretty poor implementation. Better to spend more for OLED/QLED, or get a mid range quality LED like, er, this NU8000.


So why does the MU8000 have a slimmer bezel and slimmer body than the NU8000? Very odd that they would make it fatter and add a bigger bezel if it was meant to be the successor.

Edit: also the Q6 isn't an OLED.
You said that no 65" OLED will be quality at £1600, well the EZ952 is, there isn't an OLED which isn't quality. The none quality QLED is the Q6, but I haven't spent much time with one.
Anyway... The initial point I was responding to was that there is minimal difference between this and QLED, when in fact there is a massive difference between the NU8000 and the Q9.
Edited by: "MIDURIX" 12th Jan
MIDURIX59 m ago

So why does the MU8000 have a slimmer bezel and slimmer body than the …So why does the MU8000 have a slimmer bezel and slimmer body than the NU8000? Very odd that they would make it fatter and add a bigger bezel if it was meant to be the successor.


Lol
MIDURIX1 h, 9 m ago

So why does the MU8000 have a slimmer bezel and slimmer body than the …So why does the MU8000 have a slimmer bezel and slimmer body than the NU8000? Very odd that they would make it fatter and add a bigger bezel if it was meant to be the successor.Edit: also the Q6 isn't an OLED.You said that no 65" OLED will be quality at £1600, well the EZ952 is, there isn't an OLED which isn't quality. The none quality QLED is the Q6, but I haven't spent much time with one.Anyway... The initial point I was responding to was that there is minimal difference between this and QLED, when in fact there is a massive difference between the NU8000 and the Q9.


And a massive price, jeezo, you are comparing lamb to mutton there!
meherenow10 m ago

And a massive price, jeezo, you are comparing lamb to mutton there!


Exactly, that's why I didn't agree with that comment. :

Also, every generation of Samsung TV has had a new remote, well the MU7000/8000/9000 all have the same remote as the NU8000 which again makes you think the NU8000 isn't really a successor and the NU7000 and below all have worse remotes than the MU7000.
But maybe Samsung have decided to make their successive TVs fatter, have bigger bezels and have worse remotes.
It's just like how the newer MU7000 wasn't anywhere near as good as the older KS7000.
MIDURIX13 h, 29 m ago

Exactly, that's why I didn't agree with that comment. : Also, every …Exactly, that's why I didn't agree with that comment. : Also, every generation of Samsung TV has had a new remote, well the MU7000/8000/9000 all have the same remote as the NU8000 which again makes you think the NU8000 isn't really a successor and the NU7000 and below all have worse remotes than the MU7000. But maybe Samsung have decided to make their successive TVs fatter, have bigger bezels and have worse remotes. It's just like how the newer MU7000 wasn't anywhere near as good as the older KS7000.


Isn't the MU's American and the NU's ours so to speak? The NU's go up to the 8000's not the 9's.
STRICKIBHOY31 m ago

Isn't the MU's American and the NU's ours so to speak? The NU's go up to …Isn't the MU's American and the NU's ours so to speak? The NU's go up to the 8000's not the 9's.


Nope. MU were last years models, but ours were different from the American ones.
meherenow15 h, 54 m ago

Let me put it another way...The NU8000 DIRECTLY replaces the MU8000 - NOT …Let me put it another way...The NU8000 DIRECTLY replaces the MU8000 - NOT the MU7000. The NU7000 replaces the MU7000 - I have no idea where you are getting your information from?Check out RTINGS or anywhere else if you require clarification.I have recently had my faulty MU8000 swapped for the NU8000 (because it is the comparable 2018 and current model) and it is marginally better.As for your OLED spiel - it's the old adage, you get what you pay for - the equivalent here (for the price) is the Q6 OLED, which by most barometers is a pretty poor implementation. Better to spend more for OLED/QLED, or get a mid range quality LED like, er, this NU8000.


Think you will find it’s slightly different to that quote there.
The newer NU7000 is not a true 10 Bit so could not replace the previous MU7000 which was true 10 Bit.
I have the 75 inch MU7000 and is a great 10 Bit picture.
MIDURIX6 m ago

Nope. MU were last years models, but ours were different from the American …Nope. MU were last years models, but ours were different from the American ones.


Ours were a 1000 out from american models so to speak.
American 7000 was our 6000, their 8000 was our 7000, their 9000 was our 8000. The Samsung website has this problem last year too. Was very confusing when speccing a tv.
Especially as the website shown the MU7000 as 8 Bit plus and only the 8000 upwards as true 10 Bit. When our MU7000 was true 10 Bit.
Abarry294 m ago

Ours were a 1000 out from american models so to speak. American 7000 was …Ours were a 1000 out from american models so to speak. American 7000 was our 6000, their 8000 was our 7000, their 9000 was our 8000. The Samsung website has this problem last year too. Was very confusing when speccing a tv. Especially as the website shown the MU7000 as 8 Bit plus and only the 8000 upwards as true 10 Bit. When our MU7000 was true 10 Bit.


And our 9000 was curved and the 49" 7000 wasn't 10bit. Our NU range is now more in line with last year USA range, so our 9000 has gone and the 7000 and 8000 have combined into the 8000, but as I said this years 8000 is less premium than last year's, although the display may be better. This year's 7000 is last years 6000.
MIDURIX3 m ago

And our 9000 was curved and the 49" 7000 wasn't 10bit. Our NU range is now …And our 9000 was curved and the 49" 7000 wasn't 10bit. Our NU range is now more in line with last year USA range, so our 9000 has gone and the 7000 and 8000 have combined into the 8000, but as I said this years 8000 is less premium than last year's, although the display may be better. This year's 7000 is last years 6000.


Kinda glad the headache of buying a tv is all over. Absolute challenge picking one as there are so many models and opinions which distract. So happy with the 75 MU7000. Thought 75 was going to be too big but it’s surprising how quick you get used to sports and movies on it.
Edited by: "Abarry29" 13th Jan
Abarry2912 m ago

Kinda glad the headache of buying a tv is all over. Absolute challenge …Kinda glad the headache of buying a tv is all over. Absolute challenge picking one as there are so many models and opinions which distract. So happy with the 75 MU7000. Thought 75 was going to be too big but it’s surprising how quick you get used to sports and movies on it.


We have a smaller version of it and love it also. Kind of annoyed that I went for the Panasonic 55EZ952 over a QLED because I knew OLEDs aren't as bright, but I went along with all the glorious reviews of OLED even though to be honest the black levels on my H series Samsung were as good as I ever really wanted. So now OLED is in a near dark game room and 65Q9 is in living room. QLED for me blows away any OLED about. When I look out of the window at a great view I don't initially look for how black the blacks are, so I find the whole obsession with blacks really quite bizarre. Give me amazing colours and incredible brights any day.
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