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82 inch Samsung Dynamics Crystal 4K TV RU8000 @ Amazon / Reliant Direct
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82 inch Samsung Dynamics Crystal 4K TV RU8000 @ Amazon / Reliant Direct

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Posted 21st Dec 2019

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Embarrass your mates with their tiny 75" TVs with this mammoth of a TV.
At 82" it's just well mahoosiv!

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.
Experience entertainment at its best, ensuring every seat is great with the Samsung RU8000 TV. Enjoy True 4K colour and clarity in a billion colours. Enhance your gaming and win more. Watch non 4k film transformed into stunning 4K. And spend less time searching and more time watching with tailored show recommendations. Experience the simple and intuitive control of everything from one remote
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reformedEffortMaker21/12/2019 05:09

Wow. You’d need pretty decent wall brackets plus a decent room for that b …Wow. You’d need pretty decent wall brackets plus a decent room for that bad boy! I can’t imagine the packaging for it getting in the recycle bin either


No need for brackets, knock the wall down and just put this in its place.
gatlanda21/12/2019 19:25

You'll find more and more huge TVs coming down considerably in 2020


Probably using the wrong rawl plugs.
There are two reviews on Amazon, one review gives it 5 stars and the other 1 star, so you would think each would have 50% of the votes.....but not on Amazon 1 star 58% 5 stars 42%

Also customers who view this item go on to buy Echo Show 5 or Echo Show 8 mmmm.......5" 8" or 82" can't make up my mind!

Heat added for a great price!
Edited by: "davidclack" 21st Dec 2019
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Wow. You’d need pretty decent wall brackets plus a decent room for that bad boy! I can’t imagine the packaging for it getting in the recycle bin either
reformedEffortMaker21/12/2019 05:09

Wow. You’d need pretty decent wall brackets plus a decent room for that b …Wow. You’d need pretty decent wall brackets plus a decent room for that bad boy! I can’t imagine the packaging for it getting in the recycle bin either


No need for brackets, knock the wall down and just put this in its place.
Any idea what screen quality is like?
I would imagine without a good processing chip, the picture to be crap on any large screen, only 4k stuff will look ok. And how much of that is around compared to regular HD??
But heat from me as it's a deal regardless!.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 21st Dec 2019
There are two reviews on Amazon, one review gives it 5 stars and the other 1 star, so you would think each would have 50% of the votes.....but not on Amazon 1 star 58% 5 stars 42%

Also customers who view this item go on to buy Echo Show 5 or Echo Show 8 mmmm.......5" 8" or 82" can't make up my mind!

Heat added for a great price!
Edited by: "davidclack" 21st Dec 2019
@apur32
Go one a few days ago and it seems very good. Probably as good as the 2.5year old KS9000 is replaced.

Probably missing some features compared to the older TV (single Freesat digital tuner on this), nothing that I will miss to honest.

But it is massive as you can expect and needs two strong bodies to manouvre it.
Edited by: "Ripperoo" 21st Dec 2019
82 inch? Amazing. Now I just need a 100ft extension to the lounge
haashim.azeem21/12/2019 06:28

Any idea what screen quality is like?


Some of the pro sites say that the viewing angle sucks on this... Which is the only thing I'm hesitating on.
Will this do picture and picture so I can run two Xboxes ?
Silhouette21/12/2019 10:25

Some of the pro sites say that the viewing angle sucks on this... Which is …Some of the pro sites say that the viewing angle sucks on this... Which is the only thing I'm hesitating on.


Seriously, where might you be sitting for the angle to become an issue?
If it's 82" - you would have to have at least a 6metre living room wall (this TV in the middle) and then you sitting closer than 1.5metres away to cause an issue.
Personallly, I DON'T KNOW ANYONE with a living room that's over 6metres (20ft)long anyway.
People saying 82" is massive.....I have a 75" in Living room and it's amazing how small it seems very quickly.......
Nursery sorted. Thanks op.
Heat for price
hotukdealz21/12/2019 11:03

People saying 82" is massive.....I have a 75" in Living room and it's …People saying 82" is massive.....I have a 75" in Living room and it's amazing how small it seems very quickly.......


I've had a 100" projector for a few years now, had a 55" TV to swap between, bought a 65" last week and kind of kick myself I didnt go for a 75", so know where you're coming from you do get used to the size dead quick.
gidsterc21/12/2019 10:39

Seriously, where might you be sitting for the angle to become an issue? If …Seriously, where might you be sitting for the angle to become an issue? If it's 82" - you would have to have at least a 6metre living room wall (this TV in the middle) and then you sitting closer than 1.5metres away to cause an issue. Personallly, I DON'T KNOW ANYONE with a living room that's over 6metres (20ft)long anyway.


No, viewing angle. Meaning, if you're not sitting directly in front of it - the picture really suffers.

Something silly like a 15degree viewing angle.

Im not talking about optimal viewing distance.
rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ru8000

"Image loses accuracy when viewed at an angle"

"but the viewing angles are poor and the image deteriorates rapidly when viewed from the side. This doesn't make it a good choice if you often watch games with a large group of friends."
Edited by: "Silhouette" 21st Dec 2019
Re:viewing angle - sorry if I’m being stupid - but isn’t that the same with any screen? i.e. to get the best picture you need to be stood/sat in front of it? Anyone stood to the side or behind may not be able to see everything? Guess that’s just the limiting of the human eye?
Edited by: "reformedEffortMaker" 21st Dec 2019
What you have to remember with the 'vieiwng angle' concern is that these are very big screens and take up a lot of wall space so in most cases people will be be able to position themselves around it with ease. If you do have to sit to the side the screen just loses a bit of brightness and contrast but you really have to be sat well at the side of the TV for it to be a problem, at least that's my experience with the 75" Samsung. I really don't think this would be an issue for the average room in a UK house. I was going to get this 82" TV but the 75" was half the price of this and I found it hard to justify the price difference, where as it was a far easier choice to get the 75" over the 65" for example.
Edited by: "mumjit" 21st Dec 2019
gidsterc21/12/2019 10:39

... I DON'T KNOW ANYONE with a living room that's over 6metres (20ft)long …... I DON'T KNOW ANYONE with a living room that's over 6metres (20ft)long anyway.


You've obviously not heard of The Queen?
She's probably got Andrew heaving the thing into place right now ready for her show next week - no Sweat!!
Might as well start your own cinema with this👻
Came for the comments, not disappointed
You'll find more and more huge TVs coming down considerably in 2020
gatlanda21/12/2019 19:25

You'll find more and more huge TVs coming down considerably in 2020


Probably using the wrong rawl plugs.
hotukdealz21/12/2019 11:03

People saying 82" is massive.....I have a 75" in Living room and it's …People saying 82" is massive.....I have a 75" in Living room and it's amazing how small it seems very quickly.......


That's actually my dilemma. Currently have a 50" plasma Kuro (on stand) so the obvious choice is go to 65" but don't think that will be enough so was dead set on 75" which i'd like to put on wall but being on wall means it's further back so wonder if 82" is worth considering. I just don't wan't it to be too imposing.
Daves_mate21/12/2019 21:03

That's actually my dilemma. Currently have a 50" plasma Kuro (on stand) so …That's actually my dilemma. Currently have a 50" plasma Kuro (on stand) so the obvious choice is go to 65" but don't think that will be enough so was dead set on 75" which i'd like to put on wall but being on wall means it's further back so wonder if 82" is worth considering. I just don't wan't it to be too imposing.


I'd get biggest one you can afford, but make sure it's a decent model, I'd rather have a great 65" than a mediocre 75"......

A lot of people say they wish they bought a bigger TV....I haven't heard anyone say they wish they'd bought a smaller one....
hotukdealz21/12/2019 21:27

I'd get biggest one you can afford, but make sure it's a decent model, I'd …I'd get biggest one you can afford, but make sure it's a decent model, I'd rather have a great 65" than a mediocre 75"......A lot of people say they wish they bought a bigger TV....I haven't heard anyone say they wish they'd bought a smaller one....


Thanks for the info! I have another dilemma too if you don't mind (my comments copied from another deal).

If I could theoretically get an LG C9 65" OLED for £1250 brand spanking new(ext warranty) would I be crazy not to get it?

I know it's good but had heart set on a 75" which would likely be a Samsung Q85R 75" at a cost of £2600.

Would I be totally batcrap mad not to get the LG? (upgrading from a 50" plamsa)
Daves_mate21/12/2019 21:31

Thanks for the info! I have another dilemma too if you don't mind (my …Thanks for the info! I have another dilemma too if you don't mind (my comments copied from another deal).If I could theoretically get an LG C9 65" OLED for £1250 brand spanking new(ext warranty) would I be crazy not to get it?I know it's good but had heart set on a 75" which would likely be a Samsung Q85R 75" at a cost of £2600.Would I be totally batcrap mad not to get the LG? (upgrading from a 50" plamsa)


I have a 75" q70 and a 65" q70 and a Sony 65xf9005...... I am not a big Oled fan as they can lack brightness and have potential screen burn....but they are obviously very good....I always recommend Qled q70 and above, a friend just got one and loves it......great all round TV, very fast operating system, little Bluetooth remote....very fast switching apps and sources.....I'd go for a 65q70 or 65q80 or 65q85 personally....
hotukdealz21/12/2019 21:27

I'd get biggest one you can afford, but make sure it's a decent model, I'd …I'd get biggest one you can afford, but make sure it's a decent model, I'd rather have a great 65" than a mediocre 75"......A lot of people say they wish they bought a bigger TV....I haven't heard anyone say they wish they'd bought a smaller one....


I wish I had a smaller one
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