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Samsung UA60KU6000 60" 4K UHD HDR Smart LED LCD TV - $1698 (Save $600) @ JB Hi-Fi

750

Online now, or in-store tomorrow

Currently $1995+ elsewhere

High Dynamic Range (HDR), Quad-Core Processor, Motion Rate 100, PurColour

  • HDR premium lets you experience sharp contrasts and brightness with deeper blacks and brighter whites
  • 8-bit Colour for a more true-to-life and immersive image
  • UHD Dimming creates deeper blacks, purer whites, and enhanced colour and detail in every image

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    Dat HDR10 though?

  • +5 votes

    Seems the overall feedback is that this is a dud

    http://www.productreview.com.au/p/samsung-ku6000-series.html

    • +14 votes

      If you had a good experience with an electrical product, would you leave a review, or just go about your day…?

      I mean, I see 10 reviews as a catchment size there… not really worth basing an opinion on, unless you were maybe Fairfax Media

      • -1 vote

        Lots of people leave good feedback for products they bought.

        • +8 votes

          Most don't, and people are far more likely to go to the trouble of posting one if they're ticked off.

          And I've seen numerous decent quality products trashed on that site.

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          Thanks @boliano. Feedback is a two way street, sometimes good sometimes bad. I've been all over the Hisense 7000 in AVForums and PLENTY of good reviews. The internet is about information, not attacking people for having a view

    • +6 votes

      none of those are actually for the 60 inch model,

      UA55KU6000W (4)
      UA50KU6000W (3)
      UA40KU6000W (2)
      UA65KU6000W (1)

    • +1 vote

      One of the reviewers stated he bought KU6000 for $1280 at Bing Lee I'm guessing not 60 inch?

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      The problem with consumer reviews for TVs is the fact that most are written by people who wouldn't have a clue about the things I care about and make a big deal about stuff that is irrelevant to me.

      A proper professional review that delves into aspects such as backlight performance, grey uniformity, viewing angles and colour accuracy is far more valuable.

  • +4 votes

    8-bit Colour for a more true-to-life and immersive image

    so not a HDR screen then. needs to be 10bit.

    • +3 votes

      so not a HDR screen then. needs to be 10bit.

      No, HDR can still be 8-bit, there's just varying levels of HDR

      • +3 votes

        I suppose.
        well I meant its not the HDR standard I guess, which is 10bit screen and 1000nit brightness (not many screen prob are that though)

        I bet its still better than my 10 year old HD screen Panasonic (yes not even FHD)

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    Check rtings… But seems like 8bit isn't really HDR

  • +1 vote

    OP, you found out about this deal via email didn't ya?!

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    Wow TV prices are dropping daily!

  • +3 votes

    Waiting for a best bargain price for 65" 4K ultra HD LED

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    HDR costs approximately double what the energy rating of the TV claims it costs to run the TV apparently.

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    Paid $1885 for this at the end of July. Without any real 4K content, it's hard to judge the picture quality, but for what it's worth:

    • Sound is passable
    • UI is tolerable
    • Design is quite nice (and easy to set up, considering it's 60")

    Do note that you'll need at least a small 4WD to take it home. Just about managed to get it into a 2012 CRV.

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    Good deal, those with XBox One S may want to look at these models https://www.reddit.com/r/xboxone/comments/4vojfu/list_of_tvs...

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    This TV seems to have some very bad reviews.

  • +1 vote

    Guys this tv only has 3 hdmi inputs, No 3.5mm output No Bt for external keyboards or external sound. Turning on and using the smart is pretty quick. But be aware has alot less features than last years model.

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    Is there anywhere on the net where you can actually get some real technical specs. on this TV? Samsung website certainly isn't it - they have bugger-all info available.

    My old Series 9 started misbehaving again. I'm just wondering whether it's worth rebuilding the power supply again, or whether I should buy a current model. I bought a UA32K5500 and the picture quality is horrid in comparison with the old LA55A950.

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        Thanks.

        By the looks of that review, a totally unacceptable TV for me. It fails the basic picture quality requirements. I don't really give a stuff about the "Smart" part of it, all I need is a HDMI input.

        Mind you, at that price point it's really not a surprise that it's not a stunner.

        I guess I'll take my LA55A950 off the wall and check the power supply. It probably needs replacing all the caps again.

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    This 60" was $1579 a few days ago through Bing Lee's Ebay sale and cashrewards. Got the previous model and love it.

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    Would one consider this a good price for a 60inch TV in general?

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      'pends what you want. If you want the cheapest possible TV that covers 60 inches of wall space, then no, you can go much cheaper. If you want great picture quality, then this won't do either. If you want middle of the road, inexpensive, then the price is decent enough.

      P.S. - I don't think you have to buy it today or from JB. I'm sure the prices will come down to this level again, if not from JB, then someone else.

      • +2 votes

        wow, first time I seen someone shorten the word depends like that

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          People should figure out even with the letter "D" what he was trying to say.

          ie: D what you want.

          I don't see why so many smart a++ kids like to lecture how we should post our comments on this bargain site. We're not writing a business letter and there's no need to be so formal.

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          @PW:

          "He ain't seen nothin' yet!"

          There's plenty of English literature that has an abundance of contractions and other quirkiness, you just need to read enough to come across it. My assumption about the comment was that the poster is not well read. Not unusual for the Internet generation…

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