Had this TV for around 6 months, in short great telly. Have a ps5 connected to the 2.1 hdmi looks amazing. Paid about 1100 through the Samsung employee portal so good price for this.
Unless if he is living in a small flat or cottage or even boat/caravan ;)
Which would be the best out of the samsung and this deal Hisense 65U8QFTUK 65 Inch QLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - £649.89 delivered (Membership Required) @ Costco - hotukdeals. I know absolutely nothing about TVs sorry! any advice would be greatly appriciated
Yes can check here https://www.samsung.com/uk/support/tv-audio-video/4k-120hz-game-mode/
My obligatory warning as posted on another deal: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-qe85q80tatxxu-qe85q80t-85-qled-4k-hdr-1500-1000-smart-tv-with-tizen-os-3723234 Someone over there took exception to my and many others highlighting problems with these TV's, but you, like him, can fill your boots if you desire, you don't have to believe me... I have this exact TV. Terrible, myriad problems. Judder and stutterfest on OTA TV, (mostly 1080i content, although also does it on the inbuilt apps, BBC iPlayer and that is 720p), noticeable DSE banding, eARC does not pass through LPCM audio properly, resulting in some games only being in stereo on PS5 and/or XBOX Series X - so you are stuck deciding whether to have all the good video effects if your amp doesn't support VRR etc or the sound. Etc etc etc - Samsung don't care. I have a few weeks left before my set is 6 months old, so it's almost time for me to allow Argos to try their one repair chance before I give it back for a refund. I really wish it was better - how on earth Samsung think this is acceptable in their QLED 2020 range I just don't know. On the plus, movies (and other 24p content) look great, depending on how much you notice the DSE banding when the picture pans. Unacceptable on a TV near the top of their range, and one that was £3500-£4000 not too long ago. My review says avoid... avforums.com/thr…975 us.community.samsung.com/t5/…450 eu.community.samsung.com/t5/…495 Some folk say they can't see any issues, but it is pretty clear that it is a universal fault with the picture (and sound) processing. So I would say that those folks - you don't need a TV with this apparent spec, just buy the cheapest biggest one you can find.
Thanks, I brought this last week and received it a couple days ago, I'm very impressed with it especially at the price, I was a bit skeptical about the company as I'd never heard of them, however they deliver the same if not better service than the top players at a better price. My last fridge freezer's door hinge broke a couple months ago, I've been waiting for a good deal to come along within my budget with the fridge door half hanging off.
780 normally.... Got one Thurs as replacement for one that was stuffed, had to pay 160 to upgrade.. Dunno if worth 380/400 more than a hotpoint. But at same price.... snap it up
U bought the rb34t for this similar price and thought it was a good deal, is this the model up for cheap? Seems like it to me but I'm far from an expert haha
Any idea why this is cold? The rb 31 and rb 34 are 400 odd usually is this not better?
How can you be struggling to find this model,you only have to google and it`s available everywhere for £379. Which is a crap price because all over Christmas and up to two weeks ago everywhere had it for £319. So it`s a very cold deal.
I'm struggling to find this model on the retailers mentioned above. So for the price listed it seems like a good deal. Thanks for posting @Offer_Of_The_Day :3
Rubbish only 1 year warranty. Stick it out with John Lewis 5 year warranty or Richer Sounds 6 year warranty
Posted 8th Aug 2020Posted 8th Aug 2020
LG OLED65E9PLA TV - £2,199 @ Beyond Television£2,199
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I’ve heard nanocell is trash from some forums. Colours and picture aren’t that great. And I think it’s an IPS panel as well, so washed out colours. Definitely go for an OLED or QLED rather than this. But I’m not sure how the new LG 8K Nanocell TVs are like.
Should be Oled Vs LCD. Nanocell is just another fancy name just like Qled,Uled...there is plenty info about Oled Vs LCD on the web. Both have their pros and cons and the choice is up to you (y)
Oled vs nanocell - what are people opinions about quality and longevity?
For this sort of price you can get the 75" Sony XG95 which doesn't have the extreme resolution panel but has better picture quality in more noticeable aspects. LG's more 2020 LCDs are also rumoured to have improved quite a bit at the top end so while the NANO99 is currently the same price this was eight months ago, if you're specifically after an LG LCD and in no hurry it might be worth waiting.
Posted 4th Apr 2020Posted 4th Apr 2020
Samsung UE49RU8000UXXU 49" Dynamic Crystal Colour, Smart 4K TV £429 @ Beyond Television£429£47910% off Free P&P Free
The Samsung UE49RU8000 49 Inch Smart TV's Dynamic Crystal Colour Technology Is A Feast For Your Eyes. Beautiful Ultra HD Certified picture quality brings all your entertainment to … Read more