- Dec 31, 2004
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Ian you got ya telly yet?
Might as well expand on this now.In the end I went for the 55" Samsung MU7000, got it for about £750 (still a lot, but a good deal) in John Lewis. Originally I was going for the MU6400 but JL had them side by side and it extra ~£100 was worth it IMO.
The OLED's are in another league though, both in picture and price! I had just had a baby, no way was I spending £1000+ on a TV!
That said, I must confess, I'm not blown away by any HDR content. I find if we're watching a film with the lights off and it goes from dark to super retina burning bright white its actually pretty uncomfortable! 4K is well worth it though, more so than HDR in my opinion.
Find one in your budget with the connections you need first and foremost. That's what I did.
Might as well expand on this now.
TV developed some lines running down the screen last week. John Lewis arranged for a collection and a (horrible!) loaner TV. Got a call today, can't fix it. Offered me this...
Buy Samsung UE55AU7100 (2021) HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55 inch with TVPlus, Black from our View All TVs range at John Lewis & Partners. Free Delivery on orders over £50.www.johnlewis.com
Or £579 towards something else.
Thinking I'll go for something else. I'm in a better position now, better job etc, so something OLED might be on the cards, but the burn in worries me as our TV spends a lot of time on channels that have logo's, like pretty much every one of Sky's channels.
Or maybe one of the new Samsung QLEDS.....
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