Samsung UE82RU8000 82" Smart 4K Premium UHD TV with HDR10+, Dynamic Crystal Colour, Game Mode, Apple TV,£1799 @ Crampton & Moore
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Samsung UE82RU8000 82" Smart 4K Premium UHD TV with HDR10+, Dynamic Crystal Colour, Game Mode, Apple TV,£1799 @ Crampton & Moore

£1,799£2,19918%Crampton & Moore Deals
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Posted 1st Dec
Samsung UE82RU8000 82" Dynamic Crystal Colour Smart 4K TV

Experience entertainment at its best, ensuring every seat is great. Enjoy True 4K colour and clarity in a billion colours. Enhance your gaming and win more. Watch non 4k film transform into stunning 4K.

Game Enhancer
Stay one step ahead of the competition with picture and sound that adapts as fast as you game. Never miss an overtaking move in your favourite racing game thanks to incredibly low lag rates. Lose yourself in a fantasy world with optimal picture quality. And never worry about any of this with the AI 4K Processor doing all the thinking for you.

Dynamic Crystal Colour
Discover crystal clear, lifelike colour. With more than one billion colours — 64 times more than conventional UHD TVs — the Dynamic Crystal Colour display delivers picture-perfect results every time.

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.

Voice Assistant | Bixby on TV
Interact and control your TV with your voice. Bixby is an intelligent assistant that can help you manage your TV and home.

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.

Smart Home
Control your compatible smart devices from your sofa for a more connected and safer home. Works with 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 Exact functionality may change at any time and be withdrawn from the product without notice.

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.

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

Clean cable solution
Banish messy cables from sight for a distraction free viewing experience.
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d70cw602/12/2019 21:38

One for the houses on benefits methinks!


Do you mean Buckingham Palace or the MPs who voted themselves huge expenses or millionaire farmers who get paid public money to not grow crops or the shareholders of companies who demand vast subsidies for new factories or the CEOs who told everyone to vote Brexit then moved their companies abroad? Or do you mean the people who go to bed hungry so their kids can eat because this Government demonises them to prevent you looking at the examples above?
jaydeeuk101/12/2019 23:18

They're both LCD sets with an LED backlight. One model had a decent …They're both LCD sets with an LED backlight. One model had a decent marketing budget, the other is £1800 for an 82" screen.


If by decent marketing budget you mean adding full array direct backlighting, quantum dot screen filters, advanced picture processing software and chipset, local dimming algorithm, brighter backlighting, higher contrast ratio, wide colour gamut, then yes, better marketing
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how different is this to QLED
Great price damn I wish I could return my 75
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This is basically a large screen TV without all the bells and whistles of the qled or oled
Great price for a 82 inch tv.
moneychop01/12/2019 19:45

how different is this to QLED


They're both LCD sets with an LED backlight. One model had a decent marketing budget, the other is £1800 for an 82" screen.
I'm in the market for a 75 inch plus TV, at around 2k, is this the best? Or would tI be better getting the qled 65 incher L&G that was on here ?
jaydeeuk101/12/2019 23:18

They're both LCD sets with an LED backlight. One model had a decent …They're both LCD sets with an LED backlight. One model had a decent marketing budget, the other is £1800 for an 82" screen.


If by decent marketing budget you mean adding full array direct backlighting, quantum dot screen filters, advanced picture processing software and chipset, local dimming algorithm, brighter backlighting, higher contrast ratio, wide colour gamut, then yes, better marketing
MrPercent02/12/2019 15:27

I'm in the market for a 75 inch plus TV, at around 2k, is this the best? …I'm in the market for a 75 inch plus TV, at around 2k, is this the best? Or would tI be better getting the qled 65 incher L&G that was on here ?


Given you're in the market for a 75"+ TV I'd say the one which is over 75"
It's not much different to the Q60 at all. It is virtually the same TV, without the ambient mode.
It was all looking good and then they throw in Bixby, that stain on all voice recognition systems.
At these prices, just get a 4k projector and a 100+ inch foot screen for 1k
Edited by: "samhain81" 2nd Dec
Eighty two inches, lordy.
QLED is nothing more than marketing tosh
One for the houses on benefits methinks!
Wow, double the size of a 55" for under £1800, would snap this up if I hadn't got a TV in past couple of years
samhain8102/12/2019 21:26

At these prices, just get a 4k projector and a 100+ inch foot screen for 1k



Depends if you want HDR. Projectors don't handle it anything like as well as TVs. Plus a good quality screen suitable for 4k is surprisingly expensive.

Source: have good 4k projector
losdamianos02/12/2019 21:28

QLED is nothing more than marketing tosh


Well said - qled is just qlcd... and inferior to oled
What’s a normal minimum viewing distance for a tv of this size? I think I’d have to knock down a few internal walls to accommodate this beast.
d70cw602/12/2019 21:38

One for the houses on benefits methinks!


Do you mean Buckingham Palace or the MPs who voted themselves huge expenses or millionaire farmers who get paid public money to not grow crops or the shareholders of companies who demand vast subsidies for new factories or the CEOs who told everyone to vote Brexit then moved their companies abroad? Or do you mean the people who go to bed hungry so their kids can eat because this Government demonises them to prevent you looking at the examples above?
lightwavin02/12/2019 22:27

What’s a normal minimum viewing distance for a tv of this size? I think I …What’s a normal minimum viewing distance for a tv of this size? I think I’d have to knock down a few internal walls to accommodate this beast.


This is a great graph (rtings.com). To get the benefit of 4K on a screen like this you can sit up to 10-11 feet away. Closer the better to benefit from 4K quality.

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flegg02/12/2019 23:05

That's what she said


He said eighty two not 8.2
mreriksen02/12/2019 19:22

If by decent marketing budget you mean adding full array direct …If by decent marketing budget you mean adding full array direct backlighting, quantum dot screen filters, advanced picture processing software and chipset, local dimming algorithm, brighter backlighting, higher contrast ratio, wide colour gamut, then yes, better marketing


Only the top few models have full array. Just saying
sJohnson2302/12/2019 22:56

Do you mean Buckingham Palace or the MPs who voted themselves huge …Do you mean Buckingham Palace or the MPs who voted themselves huge expenses or millionaire farmers who get paid public money to not grow crops or the shareholders of companies who demand vast subsidies for new factories or the CEOs who told everyone to vote Brexit then moved their companies abroad? Or do you mean the people who go to bed hungry so their kids can eat because this Government demonises them to prevent you looking at the examples above?

I'm pretty sure this guy is a troll. If so, that is funny. If not kindly bore off onto Reddit or something.
adsthompson02/12/2019 23:23

Only the top few models have full array. Just saying


Full array is definitely worth it though, huge difference compared to edge lit.
wakkaday01/12/2019 20:06

Great price damn I wish I could return my 75


In the wall you won’t notice that much of a difference. I went from 47 to 50 then 55. Next jump for me will be 75.

you may want to wait a few more years and go 85 or 90+
48 kg
d70cw602/12/2019 21:38

One for the houses on benefits methinks!


I worry about people like you.

In an age where online interaction overtakes literal, some sad acts will end up even lonelier than ever.

And no, this telly isn't for people in receipt of benefits, nor do the models ever come with the lingerie/dresses ye beast.
Edited by: "1leefoley" 3rd Dec
Here is what i found about it:

"Colors on the RU8000 suffer the slight blue skew that’s typical of older LED-backlit LCD TVs, though it’s certainly not the issue it was when LED backlights first appeared as an energy-saving light source. Reds lean slightly toward the orange, and greens tend towards lime. The effect is subtle, overall, with a total palette that is what many would refer to as “cool.”

You might not notice it, or even care about it, if you view the TV on its own. Viewed alongside a competitor with quantum dots or even newer LED filter technology, it literally pales in comparison.

Because of the low peak brightness that I mentioned, HDR doesn’t pop as much as it can. Generally speaking, to get a noticeable HDR effect, you need 700 nits or more; 1,000-plus being the sought-after ideal. You’ll notice only a slight difference when comparing the HDR version of a movie to the SDR version on the RU8000, and I mean slight."


Better buy a good 65 (cheaper) than a poor 82.
1leefoley03/12/2019 10:14

I worry about people like you.In an age where online interaction overtakes …I worry about people like you.In an age where online interaction overtakes literal, some sad acts will end up even lonelier than ever.And no, this telly isn't for people in receipt of benefits, nor do the models ever come with the lingerie/dresses ye beast.


Uh-oh, someone got twiggered!
d70cw603/12/2019 10:32

Uh-oh, someone got twiggered!



Case in point.

All the best for the future lad.
Scott_Millsy02/12/2019 23:44

I'm pretty sure this guy is a troll. If so, that is funny. If not kindly …I'm pretty sure this guy is a troll. If so, that is funny. If not kindly bore off onto Reddit or something.


It does make one want to comment -"Why would you have children if you can't afford to feed yourself and them?".

But this is a deal's site so that wouldn't be the right place to make political comment or point out that 'poverty' is officially defined as less than 60% of median income, even if median income is £100k a year (which it isn't, but it's a dumb definition).
The Q70 QLED is on at £2499, is it worth spending the extra £700 for a QLED?
sJohnson2302/12/2019 22:56

Do you mean Buckingham Palace or the MPs who voted themselves huge …Do you mean Buckingham Palace or the MPs who voted themselves huge expenses or millionaire farmers who get paid public money to not grow crops or the shareholders of companies who demand vast subsidies for new factories or the CEOs who told everyone to vote Brexit then moved their companies abroad? Or do you mean the people who go to bed hungry so their kids can eat because this Government demonises them to prevent you looking at the examples above?


I think it was a joke not to be taken too seriously with a rambling reply. (just guessing though)
bob_smith_extra_smooth03/12/2019 14:01

The Q70 QLED is on at £2499, is it worth spending the extra £700 for a Q …The Q70 QLED is on at £2499, is it worth spending the extra £700 for a QLED?


Yes
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