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Samsung UE75RU7100 75" HDR Smart 4K TV £874 (using code) @ Crampton and Moore / Ebay

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Discover True 4K colour and clarity for a beautifully vibrant picture. Watch non 4K film transformed into stunning 4K.

True 4K colour & clarity
Don't settle for anything less than True 4K colour and clarity. Samsung delivers pure colours, sharp contrast and brightness you would expect from the latest 4K resolution standards.

UHD Processor
Relax with a TV that adapts to give you the very best 4K picture.

HDR
Watch every moment burst from the screen. Discover what’s lurking in the shadows of a horror movie or witness the true beauty of a sun filled landscape scene.

Content Discovery (Universal Guide)
Less time searching and more time watching with tailored recommendations. Finally, a TV with everything in one place. Our Universal Guide recommends popular shows and content tailored just for you, meaning you can watch more of what you love.

Clean cable solution
Banish messy cables from sight for a distraction free viewing experience.

Slim Design
A TV designed to look elegant from any angle with a design that gives you less TV and more picture.

Works with
Works with your compatible smart devices and home appliances from your sofa. Bixby, Alexa, Google Assistant and connect through SmartThings*.
*Compatible phone and app required. Exact functionality may change at any time and be withdrawn from the product without notice.

One Remote Control Functionality
You no longer need multiple remotes lined up on your coffee table. Control all of your compatible devices and content with the TV remote control.

Smart Hub
All your content and connected devices in one place, you’re only ever 3 clicks from your favourite shows.*
*Some apps may not be available at launch. 3rd party content providers may remove apps from the Smart TV platform or stop updating them at any time.

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Instant access to the latest 4K UHD movies and content for the whole family. Experience the true potential of your 4K UHD TV straight out of the box.

UHD Dimming
Experience better shadow detail and more accurate colour with UHD Dimming technology that independently adjusts tone, brightness and sharpness. By dividing the screen into hundreds of small zones, UHD Dimming separately controls the darkest and brightest elements of any image for exceptional picture quality.

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Seamlessly recognise and listen to any background music. Whether it’s a catchy tune on an advert or a soundtrack in a movie, our TV is smart enough to seamlessly find the name of a song and the music service where it's available from.
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Not for me without a 5 year warranty
I have this TV. Amazeballs. Yeah its basic, and the HDR isn't as good as more expensive TVs but watching shows and playing games on this beaut is a joy to behold. I have friends with fantastic HDR TVs and they do look amazing, but to a man they'd all rather have got a bigger TV with great picture quality, which this has, than a smaller tv with HDR. HDR is cool but once you stop looking for it you don't notice it much.
I bought mine from richer sounds with a 6 year guarantee for £920. They used to sell these for a grand, maybe less now, so if you want a guarantee wait for a richer sounds code, they always do at least £30off, and occasionally 50 off or even 80, which I got.
Lastly if they still have the philips ambilight 75 inch for a grand get that. I installed after market ambilights on my tv, and it looks fantastic, but the Philips built in one is far better. My one regret.
Edited by: "styler" 7th Dec 2019
Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy a decent 55" at this price, This has very poor HDR at around 280 nits, I hate to think what the panel uniformity will be like being an edge lit panel.
Edited by: "xp3200" 6th Dec 2019
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Not for me without a 5 year warranty
Will a price for a 75” get better? Don’t mind waiting post Christmas
The price won't get much better on most TVs but it will with this tv
These are huge I want one but IL wait till it's under 750 that's my limit,my 55 inch Samsung has lasted five year now and once the price is right IL treat myself to one of these beautys.
Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy a decent 55" at this price, This has very poor HDR at around 280 nits, I hate to think what the panel uniformity will be like being an edge lit panel.
Edited by: "xp3200" 6th Dec 2019
xp320006/12/2019 20:49

Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy …Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy a decent 55" at this price, This has very poor HDR at around 280 nits, I hate to think what the panel uniformity will be like being an edge lit panel.


if the HDR is that bad then the price should come down further on this after xmas?
xp320006/12/2019 20:49

Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy …Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy a decent 55" at this price, This has very poor HDR at around 280 nits, I hate to think what the panel uniformity will be like being an edge lit panel.


I have a 55" OLED in my living room, I have a rather large but bare bedroom that could do with a 75"
I have this TV. Amazeballs. Yeah its basic, and the HDR isn't as good as more expensive TVs but watching shows and playing games on this beaut is a joy to behold. I have friends with fantastic HDR TVs and they do look amazing, but to a man they'd all rather have got a bigger TV with great picture quality, which this has, than a smaller tv with HDR. HDR is cool but once you stop looking for it you don't notice it much.
I bought mine from richer sounds with a 6 year guarantee for £920. They used to sell these for a grand, maybe less now, so if you want a guarantee wait for a richer sounds code, they always do at least £30off, and occasionally 50 off or even 80, which I got.
Lastly if they still have the philips ambilight 75 inch for a grand get that. I installed after market ambilights on my tv, and it looks fantastic, but the Philips built in one is far better. My one regret.
Edited by: "styler" 7th Dec 2019
xp320006/12/2019 20:49

Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy …Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy a decent 55" at this price, This has very poor HDR at around 280 nits, I hate to think what the panel uniformity will be like being an edge lit panel.


As the VA it’s actually not not that bad for my games room. The sole reason I chose this for some ips ones black level and screen uniformity and respectful. Only issue is motion control needs to be on otherwise image can stutter.
xp320006/12/2019 20:49

Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy …Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy a decent 55" at this price, This has very poor HDR at around 280 nits, I hate to think what the panel uniformity will be like being an edge lit panel.


dunno why anyone would want to spend 800 pounds on a fake hdr tv instead of getting a oled tv for around the same price
Edited by: "FierceVinegar" 7th Dec 2019
xp320006/12/2019 20:49

Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy …Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy a decent 55" at this price, This has very poor HDR at around 280 nits, I hate to think what the panel uniformity will be like being an edge lit panel.


Why why why do people think smaller is better ?
sproket07/12/2019 09:58

Why why why do people think smaller is better ?


My ex wife didn`t
xp320006/12/2019 20:49

Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy …Why why why do people think bigger is better, do yourself a favour and buy a decent 55" at this price, This has very poor HDR at around 280 nits, I hate to think what the panel uniformity will be like being an edge lit panel.


Agree, also picture quality depends on input. If people gonna watch standard def via sky/terestrial tv or streaming via non fibre broadband then 55 prob better then this 75 for the pic quality. Pointless having huge screen and poor pic quality.
If you want a big TV for general everyday use and don't want to spend £2k plus then this is the one to go for. If you're one of these sorts that's only interested in watching HDR content and are likely to be sat there staring at the screen intently looking out for all the bells and whilste effects to help give you a hardon then look elsewhere, but for normal folk this is a great TV especially for £874! Don't assume like so many seem to on here that this TV has poor picture quality either, don't be a sheep and get your butt down to a Currys/PC World or similar and check it out for yourself!
Edited by: "mumjit" 7th Dec 2019
samson198206/12/2019 18:55

The price won't get much better on most TVs but it will with this tv


I agree.

This is a entry level Samsung TV.
Made to hit a price point rather than made to be a great TV. Cut back on size and get yourself something better rather than cutting back on quality.
mrT78607/12/2019 10:56

Agree, also picture quality depends on input. If people gonna watch …Agree, also picture quality depends on input. If people gonna watch standard def via sky/terestrial tv or streaming via non fibre broadband then 55 prob better then this 75 for the pic quality. Pointless having huge screen and poor pic quality.


Not really I have a 103" panny plasma and its awesome for Star Wars Battlefront II or the footie and its only 1080p
This is a site for people who want a telly to watch Corrie not for the tv snobs
I repair tellies and as long as it works thats fine for me but bigger IS better!
Just go to Currys and watch a 55 incher then a 75 or 100 incher side by side!

I used to think the same until i saw em side to side its a no brainer bigger is magic if you can afford it!
Edited by: "omendata" 7th Dec 2019
Wholehearedly agree with you omendata - this Samsung advert put's it across perfectly don't you think!
mumjit07/12/2019 18:22

Wholehearedly agree with you omendata - this Samsung advert put's it …Wholehearedly agree with you omendata - this Samsung advert put's it across perfectly don't you think! [Video]



mumjit07/12/2019 18:22

Wholehearedly agree with you omendata - this Samsung advert put's it …Wholehearedly agree with you omendata - this Samsung advert put's it across perfectly don't you think! [Video]



mumjit07/12/2019 18:22

Wholehearedly agree with you omendata - this Samsung advert put's it …Wholehearedly agree with you omendata - this Samsung advert put's it across perfectly don't you think! [Video]


Haha so true!

I hear a lot of folks on here moan about not having a room big enough lol
Or even worse "the missus wont let me"?
Why are you not the man of the house or the mouse of the house lol

If my lounge was the size of my toilet i would still stick a 100 incher in there lol

Peeps who say this have never seen a 75-100 inch telly it blew my mind when i first saw it mind you you could go with a projector and have an even bigger screen lol
4K hdr smart lol naw for me its inches that come first and the missus agrees!

Bill Gates has the same telly as mine - good enough for me!!!!
Edited by: "omendata" 7th Dec 2019
trojanh06/12/2019 18:44

Will a price for a 75” get better? Don’t mind waiting post Christmas


Let me get my crystal ball
Graham_Morrison07/12/2019 18:33

Let me get my crystal ball


Can you do me the lottery numbers for tonight as well then?
Just askin on the offchance!

3,8,17,35,41,48
Edited by: "omendata" 7th Dec 2019
Graham_Morrison07/12/2019 18:33

Let me get my crystal ball


Was too lazy to google last years pre and post Christmas deals. Let me know when you will
I don't think many people are aware that the far cheaper 75" Samsung UE75RU7020 that currently retails at Currys for £899 is exactly the same TV as this more expensive UE75RU7100 TV which currently retails at £1299 at Currys. The cheaper RU7020 just has a much smaller stand! £400 difference for just a stand! If you plan on wall mounting your TV go for the RU7020 instead!
Edited by: "mumjit" 7th Dec 2019
I had this tv. Screen went blue in patches, which spread to the majority of the screen after only two months minimal use. Was exchanged, for it then to get shadows around the edge of the screen which again spread inwards. Would not recommend!
trojanh06/12/2019 18:44

Will a price for a 75” get better? Don’t mind waiting post Christmas


LG 75 on for 849£ plus cash back 10% on top
shanewootton83 - were both of those problems on the 75" version of the RU7100? Which supplier did you use although I can probably guess!
styler07/12/2019 07:49

I have this TV. Amazeballs. Yeah its basic, and the HDR isn't as good as …I have this TV. Amazeballs. Yeah its basic, and the HDR isn't as good as more expensive TVs but watching shows and playing games on this beaut is a joy to behold. I have friends with fantastic HDR TVs and they do look amazing, but to a man they'd all rather have got a bigger TV with great picture quality, which this has, than a smaller tv with HDR. HDR is cool but once you stop looking for it you don't notice it much.I bought mine from richer sounds with a 6 year guarantee for £920. They used to sell these for a grand, maybe less now, so if you want a guarantee wait for a richer sounds code, they always do at least £30off, and occasionally 50 off or even 80, which I got.Lastly if they still have the philips ambilight 75 inch for a grand get that. I installed after market ambilights on my tv, and it looks fantastic, but the Philips built in one is far better. My one regret.


If you have to look for HDR then either the source is bad or the TV isn't doing it justice. Size is great, but so is quality.
Edited by: "rev6" 7th Dec 2019
sproket07/12/2019 09:58

Why why why do people think smaller is better ?


It's not about smaller its about quality
Edited by: "xp3200" 7th Dec 2019
xp320007/12/2019 23:03

It's not about smaller its about quality


No, its about experience!
Why do people go to the cinema? - because its bigger and better and the sound is bigger and better!

Quality - lol your average punter wouldnt know a bell pepper from a bell end when it comes to 1080p 4k hdr etc
That is strictly for the tv videophiles who have probably never had the joyous experience of a 100 inch screen in their house!
QED
Edited by: "omendata" 8th Dec 2019
mumjit07/12/2019 18:50

I don't think many people are aware that the far cheaper 75" Samsung …I don't think many people are aware that the far cheaper 75" Samsung UE75RU7020 that currently retails at Currys for £899 is exactly the same TV as this more expensive UE75RU7100 TV which currently retails at £1299 at Currys. The cheaper RU7020 just has a much smaller stand! £400 difference for just a stand! If you plan on wall mounting your TV go for the RU7020 instead!


RU7020 to RU7300 practically same barring some minor smart features and stuff anyways
mumjit07/12/2019 20:51

shanewootton83 - were both of those problems on the 75" version of the …shanewootton83 - were both of those problems on the 75" version of the RU7100? Which supplier did you use although I can probably guess!


Was this TV and seller!
omendata08/12/2019 02:16

No, its about experience!Why do people go to the cinema? - because its …No, its about experience!Why do people go to the cinema? - because its bigger and better and the sound is bigger and better!Quality - lol your average punter wouldnt know a bell pepper from a bell end when it comes to 1080p 4k hdr etcThat is strictly for the tv videophiles who have probably never had the joyous experience of a 100 inch screen in their house!QED



I was under the impression that people go to the cinema to watch the latest movies that aren't available any other way. I'd rather watch movies at home to be honest.
rev608/12/2019 11:12

I was under the impression that people go to the cinema to watch the …I was under the impression that people go to the cinema to watch the latest movies that aren't available any other way. I'd rather watch movies at home to be honest.


Yeah movies at home on a big screen lol

Nah rev dunno bout you but seeing it on the big screen in full dolby atmos is an experience why do you think so many movie lvoers spend scuh a lot of dosh trying to turn their living room or mancave ino a home cinema!

And the movies are sometimes available before they have even come here!

rev608/12/2019 11:12

I was under the impression that people go to the cinema to watch the …I was under the impression that people go to the cinema to watch the latest movies that aren't available any other way. I'd rather watch movies at home to be honest.


Well let me put it this way if the latest movie were available in cinema and on your 55 inch telly which is the better experience?
Which one would you choose if both were free?

QED I believe!
omendata08/12/2019 15:09

Yeah movies at home on a big screen lolNah rev dunno bout you but seeing …Yeah movies at home on a big screen lolNah rev dunno bout you but seeing it on the big screen in full dolby atmos is an experience why do you think so many movie lvoers spend scuh a lot of dosh trying to turn their living room or mancave ino a home cinema!And the movies are sometimes available before they have even come here!


Our cinema doesn't do Atmos and the screen quality is pretty bad. Lacks brightness and just generally not very good looking. I only go if there's really something worth watching.
Edited by: "rev6" 8th Dec 2019
omendata08/12/2019 02:16

No, its about experience!Why do people go to the cinema? - because its …No, its about experience!Why do people go to the cinema? - because its bigger and better and the sound is bigger and better!Quality - lol your average punter wouldnt know a bell pepper from a bell end when it comes to 1080p 4k hdr etcThat is strictly for the tv videophiles who have probably never had the joyous experience of a 100 inch screen in their house!QED


People go for the experience, and because the latest films show there first. But you're right, if you played a video for an average distance in HD and 4K, they wouldn't be able to tell. Its not as obvious like 480p to 1080p was
omendata08/12/2019 15:10

Well let me put it this way if the latest movie were available in cinema …Well let me put it this way if the latest movie were available in cinema and on your 55 inch telly which is the better experience?Which one would you choose if both were free? QED I believe!


I think my home experience is better in quite a few ways.
rev608/12/2019 15:14

I think my home experience is better in quite a few ways.


Yes but we are not talking about home experience we are talking about the aural and visual experience.
A 55 inch telly and a soundbar compared to a 50 grand cinema setup cmon dude the lady doth protesteht too much!
omendata08/12/2019 15:10

Well let me put it this way if the latest movie were available in cinema …Well let me put it this way if the latest movie were available in cinema and on your 55 inch telly which is the better experience?Which one would you choose if both were free? QED I believe!


55 inch too small, rather watch it on my 75 inch
omendata08/12/2019 15:16

Yes but we are not talking about home experience we are talking about the …Yes but we are not talking about home experience we are talking about the aural and visual experience.A 55 inch telly and a soundbar compared to a 50 grand cinema setup cmon dude the lady doth protesteht too much!


My audio and visual quality is decent. And like I said, my local cinema doesn't have very good visual quality.
Edited by: "rev6" 8th Dec 2019
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