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Samsung UE55NU7100 Smart Ultra HD HDR 10+ 4K 55" TV - £469.98 @ QVC
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New to QVC? Get £5 off your first order with code FIVE4U ....seems like a decent deal but only is valid for a few hours folks .

not true!! i post a lot of QVC deals as i usually am the one that finds them as im the one who usually finds them as hidden items first


Shamesung do not respect any of their warranties. I have never bought a single one of their products since refusing to fix my phone under warranty when Amazon actually did. Absolutely horrible people to deal with and that is why they have become more of a cheaper brand now.


Doesn't take much to find out. Two clicks... https://my-samsung.com/uk/mysamsung/offers/#/NCPU2CWZUEA8F/


This is currently being shown on-air ;)


haha hubby chooses the model, I find the best price for it and order, teamwork 🤟

SAMSUNG UE55NU7400 55" UHD HDR 4K TV + FREE UBDM7500 UHD 4K Player £569 @ C&M / SAMSUNG NU7400 65'' 4KTV £779 w/code TV50 @ Co-op Electrical
Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
Dynamic Crystal Colour Ultra HD certified One Remote Control Powered by HDR 10+ Samsung UE65NU7400 65" 4K UHD Smart LED TV £779 with code TV50 https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-a… Read more

I returned mine for a similar reason (my review is on Amazon with pictures of backlight bleed) and I'm sending back an nu8000 to JL for the same style of backlight issue. And also for Tizen being a slow piece of junk, and excessive image positerisation.. and of course the one thing you can't get away from with VA being off axis image quality being utter junk, and the local dimming that you cant turn off that goes nuts because there is some light on a back screen, and the overly soft image. Maybe mine was just entirely faulty of course, or maybe I'm just too picky! (lol) What you may find though, depending on how much you used your Philips, is that the P5 image processing is superior to that in the Samsung especially at upscaling 1080p content where by it sharpens a heck of a lot better. How manufacturers can see this level of performance for a TV in 2018/19 as acceptable, is beyond me.


Looks like I got a faulty tv, popped to John Lewis and they had that model on display. Didn’t look anything like my image at a angle, yes some colour was lost but it was still perfectly watchable. I went for the NU8000 instead being delivered Tuesday so fingers XD. I will delete the above posts


Total rubbish, I've got one and the picture is great


Got a price match. Thanks for the help.


Thanks matey, I honestly have no luck with TVs so here's hoping I've finally cracked it lol As a side note for anyone looking at buying a Philips 55PUS7303/12; this is a photo I took of my screen last night after watching Bird Box (paused on black screen mid-credits). There's no processing or modified picture settings here, it's in monitor mode, those "waves" are noticeable in EVERY dark scene and don't go away no matter what tweaks or settings you use (annoyed) Awful, awful quality!

LG 55UK6300PLB 55' 4K HDR Smart LED TV £411.09 at Very with 12 months 0% BNPL
Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
I've been looking around for good sub-£500 55' 4k TVs and this seems like a great deal. If you buy on Very credit you get 10% off your first electronics order using the code MJWNU… Read more

What is a true 4K panel?


Not strictly true depending on how you measure 4k. Also not that you can actually see the difference unless you have 2 setups stood next to each other.


Not a 4k panel


Yes I remember now when I join together £700 mattress I must be thinking of something else


I set up as a new customer and they gave me £500 of credit. My partner also did the same and got £500. I think it's a standard starting amount.

Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV - Grade A Refurbished - £999.99 + £19.99 del ElectronicWorldTV
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Don't know a great deal about the company offering this deal, but this is around £400 to £500 cheaper than the brand new alternative elsewhere. Comes with 12 months guarantee, see… Read more
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£1799 at John Lewis and Richer Sounds now.


Unless they are replacing the panel, never buy a refurb OLED!


The best of the bunch this year (imho) and it's looking like Panasonic are on to a winner with this years OLED the GZ2000. DV & HDR10+ support, reference grade processing and a built in Dolby Atmos sound system.


True, but a win nonetheless. And up to £700 cheaper than the current C8 price...


it has hdr 10+ arguably just as good as Dolby vision

Samsung UE55NU7400 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HD + Free Blu-ray Player £629 ao.com
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Samsung UE55NU7400 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV HDR + https://ao.com/product/ubdm7500-samsung-blu-ray-player-black-58451-114.aspx Samsung UBD-M7500 Smart 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player … Read more

Don’t buy it. if your watching from a angle it loses colour.


This is expensive! It was £579 with the player recently. Cheaper on the crampton and moore website £599 http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/samsung-ue55nu7400-55-dynamic-crystal-colour-ultra-hd-certified-hdr-smart-4k-tv.html

LG 65UK6750PLD 65 inch 4K HDR TV £799 Richer Sounds
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Decent make 65 inch 4k tv for what I think is a decent price, seems like a good deal for those not wanting to make the jump to OLED or QLED.

Is this your limit price wise? Personally I love LG as it’s the only tvs that have never let me down unlike other major brands, but people will argue the RGBW panel display with LG. Depends what your priorities are for a new tv


Hisense 65U7A great price


i.m looking for a cheap 65" does any 1 know if this is a good buy or is there better for the money thanks?

Sony KD55XF8577SU 55" 4K HDR Smart LED TV (+5 Year Warranty) - £703.99 Delivered w/code @ Co-op Electrical
Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Free Google Play movies via redemption with this TV. Claim 2 free 4K movies from a large range on Google Play. Offer ends 31.12.2019. Click here for more info. Discover the stun… Read more

Is it noticeable with the black levels between the 2 sets? Haven't had the opportunity to compare side by side in a home environment.


The replacement for the xf90 has also been announced, its has the acoustic sound technology added the same used on the AF9, plus hands free voice control


My work colleague has the xf 90 And my brother in law, excellent tvs probably the best led out there, he also has the xf85 for 2nd TV besides the black levels he still enjoys watch TV on it


I have the xf90 model and most definitely can recommend it. The blacks are so good it’s as it the tv is turned off.


That archer needs a review , using the subjectiveopinion on all those sites

Samsung UE75NU8000 75" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV @ CO-Op electrical
31/01/2019Expires on 31/01/2019Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Get £100 off Samsung UE75NU8000 75" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV @ CO-Op electrical.

We have a smaller version of it and love it also. Kind of annoyed that I went for the Panasonic 55EZ952 over a QLED because I knew OLEDs aren't as bright, but I went along with all the glorious reviews of OLED even though to be honest the black levels on my H series Samsung were as good as I ever really wanted. So now OLED is in a near dark game room and 65Q9 is in living room. QLED for me blows away any OLED about. When I look out of the window at a great view I don't initially look for how black the blacks are, so I find the whole obsession with blacks really quite bizarre. Give me amazing colours and incredible brights any day.


Kinda glad the headache of buying a tv is all over. Absolute challenge picking one as there are so many models and opinions which distract. So happy with the 75 MU7000. Thought 75 was going to be too big but it’s surprising how quick you get used to sports and movies on it.


And our 9000 was curved and the 49" 7000 wasn't 10bit. Our NU range is now more in line with last year USA range, so our 9000 has gone and the 7000 and 8000 have combined into the 8000, but as I said this years 8000 is less premium than last year's, although the display may be better. This year's 7000 is last years 6000.


Ours were a 1000 out from american models so to speak. American 7000 was our 6000, their 8000 was our 7000, their 9000 was our 8000. The Samsung website has this problem last year too. Was very confusing when speccing a tv. Especially as the website shown the MU7000 as 8 Bit plus and only the 8000 upwards as true 10 Bit. When our MU7000 was true 10 Bit.


Think you will find it’s slightly different to that quote there. The newer NU7000 is not a true 10 Bit so could not replace the previous MU7000 which was true 10 Bit. I have the 75 inch MU7000 and is a great 10 Bit picture.

Samsung UE65NU7100 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £699 @ Co Op Electrical
Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Samsung UE65NU7100 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV 1% cashback with Topcashback Or Currys will do price match with 5 years guarantee

They did match it! Thanks.


Try call center they will match it


Currys will only price match discount codes from listed retailers. Source: just been into store and they pointed this out.




It stopped working after 21days and they didn't want to know . Do you work for pc world or curry's .

Sony KD49XF9005 4K Ultra HD HDR TV Refurbished Grade A - £629 @ Sony Centre
Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
One of the best mid range gaming TV's. FALD, VA panel with decent HDR. Bargain for £629! Sony's KD49XF9005 is the latest 4K HDR TV with 4K HDR Processor X1™ Extreme, TRILUMINOS Di… Read more

Any other reports condition wise from people who've bought one please? I'm considering purchasing one with the extra warranty.


Back in stock again


Thank you, I’m on it now. (y) 🏻


I got mine on Monday and it was perfect. Very happy!


Try now.

SAMSUNG UE50NU7020 50" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £339 / 43'' £284 / SAMSUNG UE49NU7100 49" 4K UHD TV £359 w/code @ Co-op Electrical
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Put the code in twice for £40 off (members only) Samsung UE43NU7020 43" 4K TV https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-audio/tvs/led-tvs/samsung-ue43nu7020-43-4k-ultra-hd-smart-led-tv-i… Read more

Yeah that's cause C&M offer 5 year warranty, Co-op you have to pay for the warranty so they'll say no


I price matched my 65in c8 with C&M via RS at Xmas, they weee doing 5 year warranty. RS beat the price and gave me their 6 year


Nope, they'll say no warranty offered. They're really picky now


Samsung UE49NU7100 49" 4K TV is bbc iplayer compatible for 4k.


Do Currys offer the TV with a 6 year warranty like Richer Sounds as standard?

Sony KD-49XF8796 Refurbished 4K HDR TV @ Sony Centres Direct £479 Delivered.
Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Yes I know its only 1 year guarantee but its £200 cheaper than new ones. These TV's are the Sony premium range with 100hz panels and 1000hz motionflow. Sony centres refurbished are… Read more

It's basically a xf85 with a different colour frame and as where the xf85 has 800Hz motionflow the xf87 has 1000Hz. Look at reviews for the Xf85


Can't seem to find any reviews for this model or the 43'' version. Where is your information coming from?


IPS panels with poor contrast and peek brightness.


Why are the xf8 series pants?


These pop up on the refurb section all the time, I ordered the 55 xe8596(rated 9/10 on av) for 580 in December but after 2 weeks when it finally arrived the screen was cracked "bad courier handling" I was offered the 55 xf8796 for 620 brand new with 5 year warranty but the whole 8 series range this year is pants compared to the previous years xe 8 series range and should be avoided. Instead after a request of a price for the xf90 they gave me the 49" for 825 which was a steal FYI the xf90 55 goes on refurb for 799 but they go in no time. Do not buy lower that the xf90. The xe range is much better in the 8 series but obviously does not pop up as much on refurb

LG OLED55B8SLC 55inch 4K OLED TV - £1094 W/ CODE TV100 @ CO OP Electical
Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Recently been looking around at LG's and Samsung QLED's and my brain is awash with information, anyway I saw this price on CO OP using code TV100 brings it to £1094. I assume it ha… Read more



Check his other videos out. He says the E8 is the best TV he has ever seen. He is a good reviewer/ expert...also shows short comings etc. Been a lot of BS about E8 being sold for £1300 it hasn’t. Cheapest was £1600. Either way with warranty and insurance it cost me £1799. I’m happy with that. What is your problem? The B8 is a poor mans version. Save up your paper round money!


Good video, I've heard of HDTVTest before. Though irrelevant, as I don't see anything to suggest the C8 or E8 being worth £500 or £800 more than the B8 (respectively). So (according to you), I'm wrong, RTINGS is wrong. Are these people on AVSforum wrong?: Help decide between LG B8 65” vs E8 55” Is the LG 55 e8 worth £300 more than 55b8 Also you can read through this thread (just click here) and see the E8 being sold for £1400 or £1899 with £500 cashback in the past.


For anyone interested,I have recently purchased this TV and made a number of videos for YouTube,such as - unboxing,Setup and wall mounting demo of SD content demo of HD content HDR gaming picture settings. If anyone would like to see them,feel free to PM me : )

Samsung UE65NU8000 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £979 @ co-op electrical
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan

Went for this deal. TV arrive Friday.. absolutely blown away by it. Picture is fantastic


We considered the XF9005, but Android TV killed it for me. Give me a Sony Soundbar, that's a different matter.


And the moral of the tale is to buy a Sony


13 year old Philips 42" Plasma ...got off here in 2006 via john lewis .... still going strong.... (y) (kiss of death now i know it)


My mam's 40" Samsung was 10 years old, sold it on Gumtree for £80 the other day lol. Still going strong, like you say luck of the draw but I'd honestly only go for a TV with extended warranty

Sony KD-43XF8505 Refurbished 4K HDR TV @ Sony Centres Direct £429 Delivered.
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Doesn't seem like a bad price for this model. Just bought the 8796 model for the same price. Had refurb's from these people before, always been in great condition. Probably only on… Read more

The one you posted was a 50hz panel, this one is a 100hz. Motionflow is 800hz on this one on your one 200hz. This is a higher premium panel. Cost £689 from Sony with a 5 year guarantee new. So basically £260 cheaper but with a 1 year guarantee. We have had our 2 other Sony tv's for well over 5 years and never had a problem.


I think I posted 2x 49" 4K HDR TV deals from same retailer about 6-8 weeks ago for £329, so this looks expensive by comparison for a 43". I regularly check the site for refurbs - bought a couple and I agree with you - immaculate condition & quality & they're still going strong 2+ years on


Only 1 years guarantee that's the problem.

Sony KD55AF9BU 55inch 4K HDR OLED Master Series Smart TV £2044 @ co-op electrical
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Sony BRAVIA OLED KD55AF9 Master Series 55 inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart Android TV with Google Assistant Built-In, YouView and Freeview HD. Discover Sony’s BRAVIA OLED 55AF9 UHD TV, p… Read more

good tv! Cheapest price for this right now


Awesome TV. Well worth the price for what you get as long as you pair it with decent content. No point unless you’re going to watch UHD.


Great TV but hugely overpriced


I've got a Sony A1 oled and don't have issues with brightness at all.


Google sony oled ABL

LG 65SK8000PLB 65-Inch Super UHD 4K HDR Premium Smart LED TV with Freeview Play - Brilliant Titan (2018 Model) £949 @ Amazon
Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
Product Description An advanced Nano Cell Display with Cinema HDR and Dolby Vision bring visual excellence to your living room. The new α7 processor and Thin-Q AI offer higher leve… Read more
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Looking at this tv, seems a good price. Also looking at the Sony xf87 and Samsung nu8000. Some advice would be appreciated. Can get 10%+8% discount from curry's. Could get this for £786 I used to have a Sony 55in and like the android flexibility.


Best UHD LED TV available on the market? Bold statement. Better then the Sony XF90, Samsung Q9,Q8,Q7 I'd go as fair as saying the NU8000 is a better TV. Get a grip


Do not pay attention to that negative garbage,the SK8500 is the best UHD LED tv available on the market unless Samsung released something today during there expo. Definitely worth £700 or less if you can get it for £600 as i did,speakers are excellent as stand alone or with a bar and FALD is again the best you will find in an LED tv. Once its set up correctly this tv is excellent and even for gaming and has out performed OLED in gaming tests for input.


Dimming is for contrast and I suppose yes blacks y. But that's not my issues with LGs FALD. It's how slow it is to respond to what's happening on screen. You end up with blooming and ghosting. It can actually make it look worst then a edge lit tv

Samsung UE40NU7120 40" 4K Smart TV £319 John Lewis & Partners
Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
Price just dropped on these from £349 to £319. 5 year warranty from John Lewis too. I picked one up as I has space constraints and all the new fancy 43" panels are too big.

Mum’s just bought this and it’s utter garbage, smart features are almost non-existent. Save your cash


Shame about those wide apart feet that are all to common on TVs now.


(y) never went for it due to lack of warranty (my post) worth paying a little more or see if will price match :)


Oh damn! :(


You missed a trick https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue40nu7120-40-inch-smart-4k-uhd-tv-use-code-powpow15-27115-crampton-and-moore-ebay-3152267 Still a good deal though

Samsung UE65NU7500 65" 4K Ultra HDR Curved TV £898 free delivery @ Hughes + 2% quidco
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Samsung UE65NU7500 65" Smart HDR 4K Ultra HD LED Curved Television This TV from Samsung will allow you to immerse yourself deep into the action with its curved screen, surroundin… Read more
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John lewis offer back on with free blu ray player too https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue65nu7500-curved-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-65-free-ubd-m7500-blu-raydvd-player-john-lewis-partnerships-3157376


BF Bought this Friday and paid just over £1000. I'll not show him this....! Good telly though. Great picture etc....Voted HOT (y)


Yeah they do it's so gamers that lose can throw their controllers at the tv and boomerangs back around the curve without damage (y)


there you go even cheaper and 2% quidco so thats another £12 off (y)


I think you get £35 off if you use the code sale35

Samsung UE50NU7400 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £479 @ Richersounds
Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
Previously a hot deal at this price. 6 year guarantee included for anyone who doesn't already know.

Ips panel is better if you watch from a angle what are you going to get instead of this?


UPDATE: mines being returned awful viewing angles only buy this if you will be sat directly in front of the tv.



Thanks will check tomorrow. How are the viewing angles ?


Search av forums for Panasonic ex700 and you will see mine and other JL buyers who have had issues with both the TV and JL. Also two engineers recently told me if buying a TV go for LG, Samsung, Panasonic in that order and also consider hisense. They did say they fix a lot of Samsung's.

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