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[eBay Plus] Samsung 75" TU8000 Crystal UHD 4K Smart LED TV UA75TU8000 - $1,791 Delivered @ Appliance Central eBay Store


Original Coupon Deal

Very good price for this 75" TV. Usually hovers around the $1990 mark.

Compared this in store with the similarly priced 75" 4K TVs, namely the TCL QLED C815, LG 75UK6500PTB and the Hisense S8 - and this Samsung beats them all hands down in picture quality.

Currently $2295 at the Good Guys: https://www.thegoodguys.com.au/samsung-75-inches-tu8000-4k-u...

Specs from eBay listing:
Product Type: Crystal UHD TV
Series: 8

Screen Size: 75"
Resolution: 3,840 x 2,160
Ultra BlackN/A
Screen CurvatureN/A

Picture Engine: Crystal Processor 4K
Motion Rate: 100Hz
HDR (High Dynamic Range): HDR
HDR 10+: Yes
HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma): Yes
Contrast: Mega Contrast
Colour: PurColour
Viewing Angle: N/A
Dual LED: N/A
Micro Dimming: UHD Dimming
Local Dimming: N/A
Auto Depth Enhancer: N/A
Contrast Enhancer: Yes
Auto Motion Plus: Yes
Film Mode: Yes
Natural Mode Support: Yes

Dolby Digital Plus: Yes
Dolby 5.1 Decoder: N/A
Object Tracking Sound: N/A
Q-Symphony: N/A
Dialog Enhancement: Yes
Audio Pre-selection Descriptor: N/A
Hole Array Speaker: N/A
Sound Output (RMS): 20W
Speaker Type: 2CH
Woofer: N/A
Multiroom Link: Yes
Bluetooth Audio: Yes

Smart Service
Samsung SMART TV: Smart
Operating System: Tizen™
Bixby: Yes
Voice Interaction: N/A
Far-Field Voice Interaction: N/A
Multi Voice Assistant: Yes
Works with Google Assistant: Yes
Works With Alexa: Yes
TV Plus: N/A
Web Browser: Yes
SmartThings App Support: Yes (requires Android 6.0↑ or iPhone iOS 10.0↑)
SmartThings: N/A
Samsung Health: N/A
Universal Browse & Play: N/A
Gallery: Yes

Power Supply: AC220-240V 50/60Hz
Power Consumption (Max): 250 W
Power Consumption (Stand-by): 0.5 W
Power Consumption (Energy Saving Mode): N/A
Power Consumption (Typical): 154 W
Peak Luminance Ratio: N/A
Yearly Power Consumption (EU standard): 565 kWh

Set Dimension (WxHxD)
Package Size (WxHxD): 1840 x 1118 x 198 mm
Set Size with Stand (WxHxD): 1673.2 x 1047.9 x 341.1 mm
Set Size without Stand (WxHxD): 1673.2 x 958.2 x 59.9 mm
Stand (Basic) (WxD): 1426.5 x 341.1 mm
Stand (Minimum) (WxD): N/A

Package Weight: 41.9 kg
Net Weight with Stand: 30.8 kg
Net Weight without Stand: 30.4 kg

Other Sizes:
Samsung TU8000 55" for $891 delivered: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/UA55TU8000WXXY-Samsung-55-INCH-UHD-4K-SMART-TV-NEW-2020-MODEL/274434841959?hash=item3fe5975d67:g:7qgAAOSwkMNebx2n:sc:AU_StandardDelivery!2750!AU!-1

Samsung TU8000 50" for $809 delivered: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/UA50TU8000WXXY-Samsung-50-UHD-4K-SMART-TV/274411216445?hash=item3fe42ede3d:g:I3AAAOSw3otebxz7:sc:AU_StandardDelivery!2750!AU!-1

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closed Comments

  • In before the obligatory "But Rtings say the 8000 series is rubbish" post….

    • Haha. Yep. I read all of those, and went in store for a good hour and compared all the ~$2k 75" TVs. Samsung was the best.

    • Agree, I've seen this in person in stores and love it. Don't compare the specs to previous year, as you can't buy RU series anymore. This is much better panel than other similar range TVs. Also I dint find any issues with 100Hz motion rate.

    • Went in store and compared it to TCL C815 and I don't know if the display unit is just broken or what but the Samsung TU8000 looked way better.

      • Also my experience with TCL C715 and I was wondering the same thing about that display unit… Maybe the TCL C series just isn't very sharp.

    • If you just want a very large 4K TV then sure, go for this. If you want an actual good picture then the TU8000 isn't what you're looking for.

      It's one thing to read what Rtings has to say about it, but go into a store and compare the RU8000 to the Samsung Q series (even the Q60) and you'll see just how bad the colors are.

      • Honestly I'm disappointed with TV's nowadays. Everything just has crushing blacks compared to my old plasma.

        Recently bought a q70 and it's annoying how Samsung has auto dimming on dark scenes that you can't turn off unless you go to the service menu and fk around with the back light pwm settings. Sh*tty way to increase perceived contrast ratios.

  • I have the NU7100 model of the 75 inch, Such a good TV, ticks all the boxes. And has apple airplay which is weird for completely opposite companies

  • OP can you add the other two sizes too? Save me from making one and cluttering the deals page. :)

    Samsung TU8000 55" for $891 delivered

    Samsung TU8000 50" for $809 delivered

  • Grabbed one thank you very much :)

  • Is the 82 available?

  • No shipping to Perth :(

    Says it does in the description, but won't when i add to cart.

  • Any good deals for 65"?

  • Would rather wait for more stock or pre-order to buy the QLED 75" which is $2,329 delivered.


    • $600+ difference. Obviously it's better buying something more expensive.

      Mind you - not worth spending over $2k on a 4K TV at the moment without HDMI 2.1. That QLED doesn't have 2.1 either.

  • Looks to be sold out?

  • Side question given relevant knowledge may be here - I'm looking at a 75" Q70T or Q80T which I can get for a good price through an EPP.

    The Q80T is $800 more than the Q70T, with the key differences being sound which is irrelevant as it'll be connected to an external system and a full backlight array in the Q80T vs edge lit in a Q70T. It'll be in a home cinema room so generally pretty dark - is the difference likely to be noticable?

  • This TV is actually nearly perfect except for one BIG issue - the DSE (dirty screen effect). If that isn't a deal breaker this is one of the best at this price.