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UE55KU6100 55" HDR 4k curved for £699 (+ £70 credit back with BNPL) @ Very
UE55KU6100 55" HDR 4k curved for £699 (+ £70 credit back with BNPL) @ Very

UE55KU6100 55" HDR 4k curved for £699 (+ £70 credit back with BNPL) @ Very

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It's one of those Very deals where they credit your account back 10% if you take Buy Now Pay Later (make sure you take some screenshots and you should be fine). However, the price is actually very good for this TV already, so think of the cashback as a bonus.

UE55KU6100
55" (BIG kahuna mofo TV)
4K (more pixels than you could shake a polaroid picture at)
HDR (8bit screen by all accounts)
1400pqi by Samsung's rating system (which means **** all in the scheme of things).

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a bit confusing
how does the payment work? i dont want to get charged interests!

Original Poster

You open an account and as long as you've paid it back within the time you won't get charged interest.

Any TV that is 8 bit and claims HDR, only allow the signal to be processed, you won't actually see the gains.

Some TVs then do 8 bit + frame rate control. slightly better image and colour reproduction, but for movies only, as this method adds massive input lag for gaming.

If you are looking at gaming on the Xbox One S and PS4 Pro, make sure the panel is 10bit, and do some research regarding its input lag.

Sony and TV manufacturers are not helping at all with all of the shady bullcrap they put in their marketing.

For gaming, you must make sure the Game mode supports the HDR feature. Anything over 40ms lag, and you'll start to feel it quite a lot in first person shooters.

Original Poster

That's not strictly correct. HDR with 8bit will see gains, just nowhere near as pronounced as a 10bit panel as they lack the colour gamut and contrast range required.
You are right though about all the manufacturers shody marketing of HDR. It's nigh on deception and deliberately confusing their customers imo and shouldn't be allowed.

Still got a 20 percent off voucher with very they sent a few weeks ago but tempted to hold off anyone know the input lag on this for gaming?

N1Andy

That's not strictly correct. HDR with 8bit will see gains, just nowhere … That's not strictly correct. HDR with 8bit will see gains, just nowhere near as pronounced as a 10bit panel as they lack the colour gamut and contrast range required.You are right though about all the manufacturers shody marketing of HDR. It's nigh on deception and deliberately confusing their customers imo and shouldn't be allowed.



​i don't know why they can't just say 8bit non HDR, 10bit HDR, 12bit HDR + Dolby Vision, and that's it! Done.

This set can accept a HDR signal bu cannot fully process it so will downscale it to SDR

Edited by: "kaiser051" 5th Nov 2016

kaiser051

Still got a 20 percent off voucher with very they sent a few weeks ago … Still got a 20 percent off voucher with very they sent a few weeks ago but tempted to hold off anyone know the input lag on this for gaming?



This is one of the best TVs for gaming as reviewed by rtings
Plz note that ku6000 is ku6300 in Usa
It accepts HDR signal but doesn't process it due to being 8 bit panel if you aren't fussed about HDR this is the tv to get for gaming as input lag is like 19 ms and around 20 na with HDR signal
Hope it helps

6100 is sane as 6000 except for the curve

Been told by a Samsung person that this model tv will be discounted on Black Friday so may be worth holding off for now

What is BNPL please?

docma

This is one of the best TVs for gaming as reviewed by rtings Plz note … This is one of the best TVs for gaming as reviewed by rtings Plz note that ku6000 is ku6300 in Usa It accepts HDR signal but doesn't process it due to being 8 bit panel if you aren't fussed about HDR this is the tv to get for gaming as input lag is like 19 ms and around 20 na with HDR signal Hope it helps


Thanks for the info appreciated
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