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Samsung QLED TV brings you an immersive 4K TV or 8K TV experience that makes the action feel like it's happening before your eyes. There's a range of models from standard 55 inch QLED and 65 inch QLED TVs, all the way up to 98 inch 8K behemoths. Deals and offers on all Samsung QLED TVs can be right here on hotukdeals. Read more
Samsung QE55Q9FN (2018) QLED HDR 2000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD & 360 Design £919.99 @ District Electricals
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Witness pure colour and the deepest blacks in a whole new light with Samsung's flagship Q9. Samsung's QLED screens are at the cutting edge of home visual entertainment, with a pict… Read more
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Are you hard wiring to the internet or using Wi-fi? Also which Netflix package have you subscribed too?


A uncompressed 4K movie would need approximately 5-10 TB of storage. Which would be impossible to distribute. Its compressed using the H265 codec. So it can fit on a blu ray disc. I agree its loads better then a stream


Streams are compressed more. Maybe in the future when we all have Gbps connections, streaming will be superior to disc, but that won't be for a long time, as bandwidth is still a factor from the source. The compression on streams like Netflix with dark scenes really annoys me. It's showing up everywhere now.


I stand corrected thought I had remembered them not being for some reason still they are usually noticeably better than streams

SAMSUNG QE50Q60TAUXXU 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV with Bixby, Alexa & Google Assistant - £699 @ Currys PC World
Posted 4th AugPosted 4th Aug
Experience incredible details with the Samsung QE50Q60TAUXXU 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV . Refined by Samsung, Quantum HDR enhances the contrast and clarity of each scene. D… Read more

Ordered one today from Richer sounds,great warranty.


sorry for the delay, but it's samsung themselves that had it at that price.


Yeah I saw that but that doesn't reduce £699 to £560?


Currys 6.5% discount via vouchers.


Which company on the BLC is offering 20% on this TV. Genuinely interested as I'm looking to buy this or a similar model. Thanks

Samsung QE85Q60T 85 inch 4K Ultra HDR Smart QLED TV + FREE Samsung HWT400 Soundbar - £2299 Delivered @ Richer Sounds
Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
6 year guarantee and a free Samsung soundbar (Get a FREE Samsung HWT400 Soundbar) See the power of QLED at its biggest and best, with the Samsung QE85Q60T. Quantum HDR powered… Read more

Thanks for the enlightenment- I am keen to know what other audiophiles in this form think about your statement. Thanks once again.


And as I said the answer is yes. High end soundbars have very precise imaging and exactly matching tuned amplifiers, speakers, surrounds and subs that you dont generally get with component systems unless you can afford the likes of Meridian.


The question is - does a high end sound bar sounds any way near to a mid range surround sound?


No it isnt. And as we already established above you have never actually heard a high end soundbar install to know.


I have to disagree dude. I would agree with you that these sound bars are decent or may be better than many of the other sound bars, and certainly blow away most of the in-built TV speakers. Coming to a properly installed 5.1 or 7.1 with atmos is a league apart.

SAMSUNG C34J791 Quad HD 34" Curved LED Monitor QLED 3440x1440 Ultrawide with Thunderbolt and USB-C - £463.20 @ Samsung Store
Posted 30th JulPosted 30th Jul
SAMSUNG C34J791 Quad HD 34" Curved LED Monitor QLED 3440x1440 Ultrawide with Thunderbolt and USB-C - £463.20 This price is accessible via Unidays/BlueLightCard. 20% off the origi… Read more

Please keep me posted on what refund you get as i will also do the same if it works you get a full refund for th laptop


I got the monitor and laptop delivered today and have phoned Samsung to book in the return of the laptop - it gets collected tomorrow. They never advised of any deductions to the refund that would be applied. Worst case scenario is they make a hefty deduction in which case I could always return the monitor as well.


Fingers cross Facebook Marketplace folk are looking to buy this weekend - its selling for 999 everywhere at the moment so there could be a wee bite. Cheers again Gibzen - absolute cracking deal (y)


I asked them about this on the phone and they mentioned that a deduction of £100 would be applied if wanted to do a part return on just the galaxy making the monitor £360. The advisor was called Jasmine (male) if that helps.


actually on second thought - I'm going to go for the laptop+monitor and hope to sell.. if it doesn't sell then I can send it back

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Samsung QE55Q70R (2019) QLED HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD & Apple TV App, Slate Black - £749 @ Peter Tyson eBay
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Samsung QE55Q70RA QLED 4K HDR 1000 Smart TV 100% Colour Volume Genuine cinematic colour made from over a billion colours and shades. The Samsung QE55Q70R QLED TV is certified to… Read more

I am surprised there are any of these left , decent TV , happy with mine, price is good too.


Got John Lewis to price match Peter Tyson when it was £799, but only one years warranty, arrived last week from JL with a five year warranty for the same price.


Missed that deal :|


Was at John Lewis for £799 with 5 year guarantee. Got mine last week 😁


Be careful with this tv, had it for around 6 months and it is terrible for corona's / ghosting at times

Samsung 43” (2020) QLED TV + 5 Year Warranty + 6 Months Spotify + Free Delivery - £599 @ Currys
Posted 27th JulPosted 27th Jul
Brilliant detail & colours Experience incredible details with the Samsung QE43Q60TAUXXU 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV . Refined by Samsung, Quantum HDR enhances the co… Read more

LG have a 48" OLED that sounds good, but man alive £1500!


Samsung are advertising this at £599 on their site anyway? is it actually discounted from £800 or was it a pricing error that retailers are jumping on? I was interested in getting it from Samsung - (same as above, work related discount thing) but they only offer 1 year guarantee direct. Equally this TV reviews worse than the 2019 QE43Q60R set, which was offered around £450 earlier this year.


Well I got an nu8000 series 2 years ago and no issues and just bought this tv from Samsung direct via work discount scheme. I used stock alert on Samsung website, had a stock alert email and ordered within 2 minutes as they run out quick.


2 years old and my Samsung just broke


I thought the whole thing was that sub 50” and OLED or QLED was pointless?

SAMSUNG QE55Q85RATXXU 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV with Bixby + 5 Year Warranty - £899.97 delivered @ Currys PC World
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Direct Full Array Plus for sharp contrast Intelligent upscaling with Quantum Processor 4K Picture quality: 3800 PQI HDR: HDR10+ / Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) Catch-up TV… Read more

It would have still some with a warranty but this was the last one so I guess I would have got a refund if I brought it back over this. It was the Samsung demo guy who started cleaning the screen and noticed it while we waited for a Currys sales person to become available. He told me they only have about 25% of the staff in stores at the moment.


Damn that’s a shame. How would the display model affect its warranty?


they had one on display in my local Currys (Sprucefield, Northern Ireland) today even though it wasn't showing up online. As it was display only and was on an expensive stand, it came with no stand. I still tried to buy it but when the screen was being wiped, a mark became obvious which they pointed out to me right in the middle of the screen so I decided against it. Pity. I really like this model


Id probably take this post down then due to unavailability.


Yeah spoke to Currys yesterday and they said it was just the ex-display at this price now. Weird talking to them through the mic btw

Samsung 55Q80T QLED TV £1599 to £1104.15 with code @ Samsung Store
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Great tv with HDMI 2.1. Perfect for those looking to upgrade before the new console gen.

with the look of it, the new consoles wont do 4k @ 120hz, e3 was saying 60hz @ 2k so hdmi 2.1 is not that important anymore


Thanks for sharing @tomas.uselis (popcorn)


The Q90R was £1099 lol. 2020 QLEDs are just a step back.


This is more than an OLED, for what is basically last year's Q70R. Wait until BF at least for one of these, not like the new consoles are before then anyway. And if you don't need HDMI 2.1, get last year's model for under £800.

20% off Samsung perks/student store, e.g. 2020 65” Q60T QLED 4K Quantum HDR £1039 , 2020 85" Q70T QLED 4K Quantum HDR £2559
Posted 23rd JulPosted 23rd Jul
20% off Samsung perks/student store, e.g. 2020 85” Q70T QLED 4K Quantum HDR £2559 2020 65” Q60T QLED 4K Quantum HDR £1039 2019 75” Q90R Flagship QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart - £1999

Not saying it isnt a good price... just looking at price history the 90R at 75in could be had for 2k... making the 65 not as tasty a deal... still a good price... just not amazing... im my view. Not an expert by a long shot but ive been looking a prices for samsung for a couple of months now... waiting for a decent 75er that wont break the bank... would have got a Q70R before they sold out if I was ready at that time


Assume you could google a supplier. Id never recommend claiming on house insurance ... i did that once and you paid more in the long run... there are enough online companies now


JL sell it for 2599£


Fair enough... 2k i think is still lot for a 65er... but its not a terrible deal... a great tv too


Sorry 75 to big

Samsung 55" Q90R (QE55Q90R) Flagship QLED 4K HDR Smart TV + 2 Free 4K Blu-ray Films + 5 yrs warranty - £1199 (Stand +£49) @ PRC Direct
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The Samsung 2019 55" Q90R Flaship QLED TV boasts a UHD 4K display with direct full array 16x. Supporting QHDR 2000, HDR10+ & HLG formats, this smart TV with voice control is h… Read more
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Yea john Lewis have been covering burn in since start of June. So it's still rather new. I actually even called them up twice (the company delivering the cover) demestic and General. To double check with them. Both times they said yes they do cover burn in. No matter how many times it happens over the 5 years of cover. And if they can't replace it. You will get the equal amount in money bk etc. This dosent mean go stupid with a oled or your will be calling them up alot. But it dose just give you a piece of mind for 5 years. Which by that point the idea of getting a new TV is not outrages. Or you might be able to re buy it. From then direct but this I'm not sure about. But yea Burn in is 100% covered.




Right seems like you are referring to protect plus. Any idea how much it would cost on a B9?


The image is for cover plus not regular cover.


Had a relook into this. Could you please share the apge that you saw this info? All I could see is below in relation my 5 year guarantee. Your guarantee won’t cover: Accidental damage, for example if your TV has been dropped. You may find that this type of damage is covered by your household contents insurance policy, or you can buy Protect Plus for your TV Image ghosting or screen burn. These can appear on a screen that's left operating for a prolonged period with either a still image or a channel constantly displaying a logo

TCL 50C715K 50 Inch QLED 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV - £379.89 delivered @ Costco
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Seems a good deal for this size TV, backed by Costco's excellent warranty. Blurb: Features - 4K UHD, with HDR 10+, HLG, Micro Dimming, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos - Android TV an… Read more

I think the picture quality is excellent, especially for the money, with my cheap TCL 55EP648 TV. 4K YouTube videos look fantastic to me and I'm not easily impressed, generally speaking. The system UI, is the let down. For £1 per week, over the 5 year warranty period, I think it's great value.


The QLED on this TV is marketing only. The TCL sets released in the UK are dumpster trash level sets, these are not capable of delivering HDR. If you are only interested in SDR based content they will be fine, otherwise you will need to look elsewhere.


TV ranges usually have equivalents for different regions, with slight model name changes. TCL's TV's are completely different (much better) in the US compared to other regions. NTSC Vs PAL isn't really a big thing anymore, it only applies to broadcast standards. All new TV's are capable of displaying both, regardless of region. Power requirements would only affect the power supply boards inside the TV's, which are usually separate from the rest of the components. Freeview is also a relatively minor difference in software, assuming the TV contains a DVB-T2 tuner.



Is this actually any good ?

Samsung QE55Q70R (2019) QLED HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" Slate Black Free 5 Year Guarantee £799 John Lewis & Partners
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Samsung’s Q70R QLED TV lets you experience bold contrast and life-like picture quality in all conditions, and receive personalised suggestions for what to watch next. Ambient Mode … Read more
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Decent price for a TV that was £1100 at the end of last year. It's won loads of awards and it's had a 5* review on JL after 1300+ reviews. Sweet.


To be honest im mainly going to be using my tv as a gaming monitor for my pc aswell as watching youtube clips. So i think it might be safer for me to stick with the samsung. Thanks for your input though


Tbh having read alot of the q85/q90r owners threads on avforums and you do come across people having come to the bright side (excuse the pun (lol)) having suffered burn in. BUT even with the poor guy who had it with both his B7 and B8 before opting for a q90r I didn't see people mentioning the B9/C9 so I would say LG have definitely improved the situation and it's nothing to worry about and certainly should not be the deciding factor imo. Worse case buy it from JL and opt for their extended warranty (not the free 5yr one) as that covers burn in Hth


Me too. Really want the b9 but terrified of burn in as i watch alot of youtube on my tv. Otherwise i would have gone for the costco deal. Anyone had any burn in issues or is it not as bad as it used to be on the older oleds? Any advice would be great. Thanks


This or LG 55B9 can't decide..

SAMSUNG QE58Q60TAUXXU 58" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV + Free T400 Soundbar (worth £149) £999 @ Currys
Posted 16th JulPosted 16th Jul
This is the soundbar. Add both to your basket and enter the promo code:… Read more



I was in Currys the other day and one of the staff told me the 2020 QLED line up just isnt selling. Not really a surprise if they are as much of a downgrade as iv read. He reckoned in a month or 2 the price of them will get far lower


Bad tv I get the 55 qr85 for 1k far better deal


£999 for a 58" edge lit TV?

Hisense 65U7QFTUK 65 Inch QLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV + £500 Cash back £1,349.89 at Costco
Posted 14th JulPosted 14th Jul
Saw another deal and looked on Costco site, this looks like a good deal and it got voted hot when it was at 1499 at richer sounds. *Cashback is redeemed from Hisense and not Cost… Read more

I bought the u8qf with cashback from Hisense. Its now down to the cashback price. £500 off. Not out of pocket but wish I'd waited


£999 now on Richer Sounds but cashback offer has finished (annoyed)


Out of interest, is this panel made by Samsung?


Richer sounds are selling this for £1499 and are doing the £500 cashback. Will they price match. You get an extra year's warranty with RS. Rs describe it as uled whilst Costco say qled so I'm a bit confused


£1200 for 65" B9?


Just to add. As new my 85r came with 5mm thick screen protectors about 120mm wide either side that extend right to the edge of the tv. You can only handle the front of the screen with these present. These are so you can place it facedown on a flat table/desk big enough that these two screen protectors are fully supported. The screen itself is then not being pressed upon. You then fit the TV stand which due to the design extends a good 100mm in front of the tv hence why you need to lay it on a desk so that the TV stand can hang over the edge of the table/desk as no other way to fit it. Once the TV stand is on you can lift it into place. Only when you are content its where you want it to be do you remove these two screen protectors and the thinner film that protects the rest of the screen. The anti reflective coating looks to be applied on top of the screen so I assume with all the warnings (in the manual and printed on both side screen guards) it's easily damaged and at the very least is a finger print magnet so no good if you have kids or partners who can't keep their hands away from the: screen lol In short. Is a refurb going to have all this precaution in place?Also given A2 could have slight scratches that could even be the anti reflective surface itself?


Grade A1 – As New Box opened onlyProduct is ‘as new’ and complete with no visible signs of useGrade A2 – Slight Cosmetic Damage This may include very slight wear on keys, very slight marks or scratches on upper plastics or the chassis.Grade A3 – Cosmetic Damage May include scratches to the chassis or upper plastics, loose hinges, missing flaps or bezels and minor structural damage which has been repaired.Any Missing parts will be stated on the product description.


Q85R support full HDMI 2.1 anyone? Getting mixed answers from internet.


Web page has no information about what kind of grading system they use.


Anyone had experience with refurbed TVs?

SAMSUNG QE55Q85RATXXU 55" INCH QLED 4K HDR Smart TV - £999 - @ eBay / spatialonline
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limited stock. last yr's model also if you're looking for the 65" QE90R, Samsung suggest these guys on their website: .… Read more
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Was £941 last week 90r so better deal than this . Costco and richer sounds price matched


Same price at my local Curry’s. (Edinburgh - Craigleith)


Yes it is. At the time I was looking start of June the qe65q85r was £1399 and I couldn't justify £400 extra over the qe55q85r that I bought. It did drop to around £1247 according to pricespy last month but it's back up to £1399 now I guess due to scarcity


Q85R. Think that was the lowest level TV they did with the One Connect Box.


Is that for the Q85R or Q90R? I believe the latter has typically retailed for £1799 the past few months for the 65 and by the looks of it is now going up in price (£1859 in the post above) due to scarcity

Samsung QE55Q65T (2020) QLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55 inch with TVPlus, Black - £899 delivered @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 13th JulPosted 13th Jul
£300 saving included in price. Save additional £200 as package deal when bought with one of three soundbars.
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Edit - I got my mini and micro led back to front. Corrected.


Yes I own a q85r The online manual v3.0.0 starting at p166 has a set of tables with the supported modes and freesync capabilities for the one connect equipped models which are those I mentioned above (y) it also lists the non one connect TVs so I compared the two to see what extra you get with the one connect. The 4k/60p and 1440p/120 freesync modes work a treat with my Xbox 1x. . I didnt manage to try the 120hz mode (not my PC so don't have CRU) but I would imagine it's going to need hdmi 2.1 source to prove the 120hz 10bit 4:2:0 just like you mentioned you couldnt get CRU to work at 4k/120hz mode with the LG C9. I live in hope though that the q85r will bare out the spec listed in the manual :D


Do you have the Q85R/Q90R? From what I know, you only get 2160p120 4:2:0 ycb 8-bit.


They all support 2.0 bandwidth.


Does Q85R support full bandwidth HDMI 2.1?

2019 75" Q90R Flagship QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart TV with NHS discount 20% - £1999.20 @ Samsung Store
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2019 75" Q90R Flagship QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart TV
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So my dilemma is I want a 65 Inch Samsung Qled, but all the newer models seem to be inferior to last years and this doesn't sit right with me. The only last year models I can see are all 55inch. So do I stay at 55 and get a great TV or switch to 65 and get say the 90t, knowing I'm really getting last years 80? God I love and hate buying new tvs!!!!


Still haven't bit the bullet yet. Leaning more towards the Q95T, just don't think I've got the space for the Q90. But think I'm gonna hold off for a while and see if it comes down a bit more. Says 20% off until end of August so I'm in no rush


I have the Q90r and love it.So pleased I bought this over the oled.Seen so many issues with screen burn.The blacks on this and brightness are fantastic.


Out of stock at the moment.


Really need a deal on 65 inch 90r or 85 as out of stock or silly money

10% Off 2020 Samsung QLED 8K TVs at Richer Sounds plus £ vouchers and 6 year guarantee
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I appreciate most people are just getting 4K TV's and not 8K but if you are looking for one Richer Sounds are currently doing 10% all their Samsung ones (similar prices to everywhe… Read more
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I have the B8 and it is outstanding, i just want to get apple tv app ;(


It was good, but I didn’t see the point having more than 60fps for a racing game. Seemed fluid enough. For a world as beautiful as Forza’s, I’d take the 4K. For competitive racing, say F1 or iracing then hell yeah 120fps :D


And vrr ye. Can’t do 4k 120 but u can at 1440. Forks horizon 4 is a joy at 1440 120 (y)


Just got the LG 4K OLED E9. £1500 and the quality is amazing! Just completed The Last Of Us 2 and the graphics were mind blowing. 1ms response times make games like Call of Duty fantastic to play. Also has HDMI 2.1, HDR10 and front facing speakers for fantastic sound.


For 120hz iirc? Tbh I only really find that useful using a mouse and kb, otherwise 60fps is perfectly fine on a controller. It’d be great to have both true 4k and 60fps at the minimum.

2020 55" Q70T QLED TV - £879.20 @ Samsung EPP/Students (20% off all Samsung 2020 QLED TVs)
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20% off all Samsung 2020 QLED TVs when you buy via the Samsung Employee Purchase Program (EPP) or for Students via Unidays etc. I thought this was the best deal out of the lot real… Read more
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Yes they've stopped making them, it's a 2018 model. There was a mad dash to get them after the 2019 lineup was announced. Best bet is to find a 2019 Q90R; it's a downgrade on 2018's Q9FN, but better than Samsung's 2020 offering.


Same I can't find a Q9FN anywhere


Same i thought they had stopped making the Q9FN?




No 5 year Warranty! Just the standard 1 year!

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