£700 to spend on a new TV, which one please?

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Found 25th Jun
I currently have a 26" 720hd ready plasma tv.

I've recently bought my 1st house and would like a big TV with a great picture quality.

The past few years of saving for a house have meant I couldn't afford to upgrade my 11 year old little TV
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karlypants2 h, 14 m ago

I went for this deal last …I went for this deal last week...hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue55mu7000-4k-smart-tv-with-5-years-warranty-and-free-lg-fh2-speaker-worth-150-69900-rgb-direct-2951481


Thanks. What's the picture quality like?
karlypants2 h, 15 m ago

I went for this deal last …I went for this deal last week...hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue55mu7000-4k-smart-tv-with-5-years-warranty-and-free-lg-fh2-speaker-worth-150-69900-rgb-direct-2951481


I agree that a 55mu7000 would be a good choice. Less than 55" isn't really considered a big TV by today's standards. If you are set on 65" something like this hotukdeals.com/dea…727

Or the hisense 65n6800 would be in budget.
tastemynuts25th Jun

Thanks. What's the picture quality like?


Great and it’s a 10-bit panel too.
Slghtly over budget at £849, but only a OLED can truly replace a Plasma.

hotukdeals.com/dea…420
Get a decent one for £300 and spend the £400 on something far more usefull like an holiday :-)
4TheManyNotTheFew25th Jun

Get a decent one for £300 and spend the £400 on something far more usefull …Get a decent one for £300 and spend the £400 on something far more usefull like an holiday :-)


A Holiday is only a couple days when someone will have a TV for a long time

Also where can you go for £400 including Travel/Hotel and money to spend? Oh and choose somewhere you won't get robbed, a holiday isn't useful
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