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Samsung UE75RU7020 75 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV with Apple TV App £709.60 Delivered @ Ebuyer
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Samsung UE75RU7020 75 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV with Apple TV App £709.60 Delivered @ Ebuyer

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Bargain heat added, but don't need TV. If I didn't have 4 Television sets then I would've ordered this straightaway. What does Apple TV app do
19DembaBa1931/01/2020 04:57

Bargain heat added, but don't need TV. If I didn't have 4 Television sets …Bargain heat added, but don't need TV. If I didn't have 4 Television sets then I would've ordered this straightaway. What does Apple TV app do


It plays content from iTunes, streaming services and Apple TV+
MrSwitch31/01/2020 04:59

It plays content from iTunes, streaming services and Apple TV+


So if I watch a video on my phone can I airplay in apple tv
I've just bought the 65 aswell
Well I got an instore deal for £530 but its back up to 699

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This one has the thick bezel, go for 7100
madmaxpayne31/01/2020 06:33

This one has the thick bezel, go for 7100


7100 is currently £899 most places, or £824 with the ebay that ends tonight, I'd rather save nion £200/£100 and have a thicker bezel
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 31st Jan
billiamgray8231/01/2020 06:25

Well I got an instore deal for £530 but its back up to …Well I got an instore deal for £530 but its back up to 699https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/samsung-ue65ru7020kxxu-65-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-led-tv-10199223-pdt.html?awc=1599_1580451909_74b976f09239fcc1154b03582a28d6e2&srcid=369&xtor=AL-1&cmpid=aff~HotUKDeals~Communities %26 UGC~47868~Pepper+Deals+Ltd


You done well, what's 10" between friends?
madmaxpayne31/01/2020 06:33

This one has the thick bezel, go for 7100


I'd rather have the thicker bezel after getting a slimmer one.
I dont think this has the best picture quaity. It might be OK if you're just watching normal TV or bluray. Its a great price for the size though. If this is your main telly I'd pay a smidge more for an LG or Philips.
FrugalFergal31/01/2020 07:54

I dont think this has the best picture quaity. It might be OK if you're …I dont think this has the best picture quaity. It might be OK if you're just watching normal TV or bluray. Its a great price for the size though. If this is your main telly I'd pay a smidge more for an LG or Philips.


It’s priced in right?
You are getting into mshoosivness. Keep it up ..
Sweet have some heat, wish my crappy Smart Sony TV would die
adamderak31/01/2020 09:21

You are getting into mshoosivness. Keep it up ..


I'm trying
How do you get it at £709? It's showing £749 for me.
0zzy11131/01/2020 09:27

How do you get it at £709? It's showing £749 for me.


They've obviously upped the price since earlier. Cheers
Any image issue is more prominent on a larger screen. You have to accept compromises if you purchase a mid range set at 75 inches.
Personally don't think I could, but not tried it.
madmaxpayne31/01/2020 08:33

It’s priced in right?


Absolutely which is why I voted hot. To be honest I have 65" QLED and its mostly viewed by my retired parents spending all day watching crackly 70's shows on ITV4. They wouldnt know or care what all that fancy OLED/QLED/HDR1000 malark means. They're just marvelled by the size.

I think I must watch one 4K HDR movie a month and 95% of my viewing is just regular TV/Youtube. My TV looks great running tech demos but wont magically make Eastenders look any better than on a regular 1080p TV. The high fidelity content just isnt out there for me to justify spending thousands of pounds on the latest tech.

Which is why Ive bought a 75" Ambilight for under £900 for the right balance of size and performance for me.

This Samsung is a great value TV given its size and price. I would just add that this particular panel is pretty bare bones and if you can stretch a little more for a 75" LG or Philips you wont be disappointed.
Disco.Dave31/01/2020 09:22

Sweet have some heat, wish my crappy Smart Sony TV would die


Same here .....
FrugalFergal31/01/2020 09:49

Absolutely which is why I voted hot. To be honest I have 65" QLED and its …Absolutely which is why I voted hot. To be honest I have 65" QLED and its mostly viewed by my retired parents spending all day watching crackly 70's shows on ITV4. They wouldnt know or care what all that fancy OLED/QLED/HDR1000 malark means. They're just marvelled by the size. I think I must watch one 4K HDR movie a month and 95% of my viewing is just regular TV/Youtube. My TV looks great running tech demos but wont magically make Eastenders look any better than on a regular 1080p TV. The high fidelity content just isnt out there for me to justify spending thousands of pounds on the latest tech.Which is why Ive bought a 75" Ambilight for under £900 for the right balance of size and performance for me. This Samsung is a great value TV given its size and price. I would just add that this particular panel is pretty bare bones and if you can stretch a little more for a 75" LG or Philips you wont be disappointed.


Bought the 75in 7100 from JL, must say for the size of screen I was worried about picture quality. Have it connected to sky Q box and regularly watch YouTube and Netflix, the picture quality is outstanding for the price. Be careful about viewing angle as it does loose colour saturation from wider angles, but bought a Samsung instead of the LG due to the LG not producing good enough blacks. Paid £799 with 5 year warranty so happy.
rikbunt31/01/2020 14:34

Bought the 75in 7100 from JL, must say for the size of screen I was …Bought the 75in 7100 from JL, must say for the size of screen I was worried about picture quality. Have it connected to sky Q box and regularly watch YouTube and Netflix, the picture quality is outstanding for the price. Be careful about viewing angle as it does loose colour saturation from wider angles, but bought a Samsung instead of the LG due to the LG not producing good enough blacks. Paid £799 with 5 year warranty so happy.


Yeah I'm also torn between the LG 75" um700pla and the RU7100. I think I'm going to go for the RU7100. Are the viewing angles really that bad? And how did you get it for 799 with 5 year warranty from JL?
Edited by: "0zzy111" 31st Jan
Ozzy111
Viewing angle is not that bad, the LG is better, I have mine flat against the wall and only view it from directly in front of the TV. Just remember it is a bloody huge screen. The backs are fab for the price I think, would have liked a Qled but won't pay that price....
I got JL to price match Crampton and Moore as they had it up for £799 but with no extra warranty. Just trying to find how to get into the Engineers menu to see if I can switch on the Bluetooth. Did it on my 6010 Samsung I bought a few years ago as it did not have Bluetooth but could be turned on in the Engineers menu..
rikbunt31/01/2020 18:33

Ozzy111Viewing angle is not that bad, the LG is better, I have mine flat …Ozzy111Viewing angle is not that bad, the LG is better, I have mine flat against the wall and only view it from directly in front of the TV. Just remember it is a bloody huge screen. The backs are fab for the price I think, would have liked a Qled but won't pay that price....I got JL to price match Crampton and Moore as they had it up for £799 but with no extra warranty. Just trying to find how to get into the Engineers menu to see if I can switch on the Bluetooth. Did it on my 6010 Samsung I bought a few years ago as it did not have Bluetooth but could be turned on in the Engineers menu..


I thought it has bluetooth? do you have the ru7020 or ru7100?
0zzy11101/02/2020 00:28

I thought it has bluetooth? do you have the ru7020 or ru7100?


Ru7100
rikbunt01/02/2020 09:46

Ru7100


Ok I thought that has blutooth by default, no need to mess around? Anyways thanks for the info, I'm still looking for a good deal on the ru7100
FrugalFergal31/01/2020 09:49

Absolutely which is why I voted hot. To be honest I have 65" QLED and its …Absolutely which is why I voted hot. To be honest I have 65" QLED and its mostly viewed by my retired parents spending all day watching crackly 70's shows on ITV4. They wouldnt know or care what all that fancy OLED/QLED/HDR1000 malark means. They're just marvelled by the size. I think I must watch one 4K HDR movie a month and 95% of my viewing is just regular TV/Youtube. My TV looks great running tech demos but wont magically make Eastenders look any better than on a regular 1080p TV. The high fidelity content just isnt out there for me to justify spending thousands of pounds on the latest tech.Which is why Ive bought a 75" Ambilight for under £900 for the right balance of size and performance for me. This Samsung is a great value TV given its size and price. I would just add that this particular panel is pretty bare bones and if you can stretch a little more for a 75" LG or Philips you wont be disappointed.


Hi mate, is it proven that this display isnt very good? Would the philips 75PUS6754/12 provide better image quality definitely? What's the best 75in 4k tv I can get for under £1000?
yuriperiotto11/02/2020 08:02

Hi mate, is it proven that this display isnt very good? Would the philips …Hi mate, is it proven that this display isnt very good? Would the philips 75PUS6754/12 provide better image quality definitely? What's the best 75in 4k tv I can get for under £1000?


There are only a hand full of 75" Tvs under £1000. Definitely pop into Curry's PC World or Richer Sounds and take their advice.

When I went to Richer Sounds and Currys PC World, they told me that the 7100/7020 isnt the best display and a lot of people just see the Samsung badge and assume quality and they buy it. It doesnt get very bright or do decent HDR. It doesnt have any form of dimming. There were also two LG screens that seemed good but I really wanted Ambilight.

I bought the 75" Philips 75PUS6754/12. It was £899 at Richer Sounds with a 6yr warranty. Curry's had it for similar but the last time I looked stocks were very low and it had been put back up to £999. I think Amazon had one unit left for £899.
If the 75" screen wasnt big enough, the extra 2 feet of ambilight will brighten your entire wall.

Ambilight has to been seen to be believed. I am a huge fan now. The screen is a beautiful IPS (probably made by LG) with very wide viewing angles. Its got a 350 nit peak brightness screen. That's hard to visualise but I have a top spec QLED that does 1000 nits and watching Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 looked as good on the £900 Philips as I remember it looking on the £3000 QLED. Unless their side by side its hard to tell but that shows how good it is.

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Here is my Philips.

I posted some imaged on AV Forums to describe/review it. This is just normal BBC TV

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This is to show the picture still looks good at wide viewing angles and doesnt distort as I expect the Samsung to do.

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Here is a clip of it in action

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I think if you can get this TV for £899 with a decent warranty then its a good purcahse. You should definitely speak to Currys/RS or anyone who owns the Samsung (or LG) if you're considering buying it. It might have everything you're looking for at a price you're willing to pay.
Edited by: "FrugalFergal" 11th Feb
FrugalFergal11/02/2020 11:17

There are only a hand full of 75" Tvs under £1000. Definitely pop into …There are only a hand full of 75" Tvs under £1000. Definitely pop into Curry's PC World or Richer Sounds and take their advice. When I went to Richer Sounds and Currys PC World, they told me that the 7100/7020 isnt the best display and a lot of people just see the Samsung badge and assume quality and they buy it. It doesnt get very bright or do decent HDR. It doesnt have any form of dimming. There were also two LG screens that seemed good but I really wanted Ambilight.I bought the 75" Philips 75PUS6754/12. It was £899 at Richer Sounds with a 6yr warranty. Curry's had it for similar but the last time I looked stocks were very low and it had been put back up to £999. I think Amazon had one unit left for £899.If the 75" screen wasnt big enough, the extra 2 feet of ambilight will brighten your entire wall.Ambilight has to been seen to be believed. I am a huge fan now. The screen is a beautiful IPS (probably made by LG) with very wide viewing angles. Its got a 350 nit peak brightness screen. That's hard to visualise but I have a top spec QLED that does 1000 nits and watching Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 looked as good on the £900 Philips as I remember it looking on the £3000 QLED. Unless their side by side its hard to tell but that shows how good it is.[Image] Here is my Philips.I posted some imaged on AV Forums to describe/review it. This is just normal BBC TV[Image] This is to show the picture still looks good at wide viewing angles and doesnt distort as I expect the Samsung to do.[Image] Here is a clip of it in actionhttps://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipNekEJYKD5ZNYpJgdkSlug1ladmQe0Pjx0irGV7IdZoZyw5QT8oXuCfXibGEXACDA?key=LVl2a2dTSEViaWIwYVNCNTY1QWhOcThoalFPaEZnI think if you can get this TV for £899 with a decent warranty then its a good purcahse. You should definitely speak to Currys/RS or anyone who owns the Samsung (or LG) if you're considering buying it. It might have everything you're looking for at a price you're willing to pay.


Great information. Greatly appreciated mate. I think I really want the ambilight. I'll take your word for it. Will wait for a good price though, someone posted here they got it for £800 in currys. I get 10% off currys as well as I work in carphone warehouse. Any idea when the new ambilight models will come out? I assume the price of these will drop a bit?
yuriperiotto11/02/2020 20:28

Great information. Greatly appreciated mate. I think I really want the …Great information. Greatly appreciated mate. I think I really want the ambilight. I'll take your word for it. Will wait for a good price though, someone posted here they got it for £800 in currys. I get 10% off currys as well as I work in carphone warehouse. Any idea when the new ambilight models will come out? I assume the price of these will drop a bit?


This is literally the best time to buy a new a new TV. A lot of 2020 TVs are just modest updates/rebadged versions of the 2019 models. Everyone is trying to sell off their 2019 TVs at crazy discounts this month and next to make way for the 2020 models so you'll see a lot of HUKD TVs being posted. If you find something amazing you should buy it while you can. If you're not too bothered about the 75" one the 65" one is only £579 at Richer Sounds which I think is still a better deal than £1000 for a 75" version.

Edit: I can see its gone UP in price by £100. I noticed that everyone seems to have put the 2019 ambilight TVS of all sizes up by £100 lately which is a shame.
Edited by: "FrugalFergal" 12th Feb
FrugalFergal12/02/2020 10:15

This is literally the best time to buy a new a new TV. A lot of 2020 TVs …This is literally the best time to buy a new a new TV. A lot of 2020 TVs are just modest updates/rebadged versions of the 2019 models. Everyone is trying to sell off their 2019 TVs at crazy discounts this month and next to make way for the 2020 models so you'll see a lot of HUKD TVs being posted. If you find something amazing you should buy it while you can. If you're not too bothered about the 75" one the 65" one is only £579 at Richer Sounds which I think is still a better deal than £1000 for a 75" version.Edit: I can see its gone UP in price by £100. I noticed that everyone seems to have put the 2019 ambilight TVS of all sizes up by £100 lately which is a shame.


I'll wait until the 75in ambilight is around 800 in currys again so I get 10% off that, thank you for the info
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