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17-11-2017, 14:31   #1
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Samsung 58" Smart Ultra HD LED TV

http://www.harveynorman.ie/tvs-headp...ing%20software

Just wondering if this a good deal for this TV?
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17-11-2017, 14:38   #2
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Just wondering if this a good deal for this TV?

It doesn't have HDR. It's likely that there will be much more HDR content compared to UHD. However you still get a great size TV & it will upscale non UHD content.

A 58" UHD tv for 700 is an amazing price imo.
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17-11-2017, 14:52   #3
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http://www.harveynorman.ie/tvs-headp...-55uj635v.html

this one has HDR, but i would prefer Samsung over LG
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17-11-2017, 15:08   #4
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Can get the 701 for €60 more:
http://www.currys.ie/Product/lg-55uj...343415/397.0.1
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I've ordered a Hicense 50 inch for 469e in Argos...unsure what to do now..trying to decide if size really matters.
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this one has HDR, but i would prefer Samsung over LG
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What's the difference sorry?
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the cheek of them with their original price...€699 save €920 yet on the co.uk site its £599 save £300. Go up to Newry and get it
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the cheek of them with their original price...€699 save €920 yet on the co.uk site its £599 save £300. Go up to Newry and get it
You'd only be saving €30 though?
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You'd only be saving €30 though?
probably spend that in petrol two ways.
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Went for the 50 inch after

I have one of the 55 inch ones reserved in Currys if someone wants the code PM me
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DID electrical doing same model for same price https://www.did.ie/samsung-6-series-...cel&trigger=ac
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DID electrical doing same model for same price https://www.did.ie/samsung-6-series-...cel&trigger=ac
Saorview approved - NO.

Well there’s a mistake in the product description anyway.
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Saorview approved - NO.

Well there’s a mistake in the product description anyway.
You're right there.
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Saorview approved - NO.

Well there’s a mistake in the product description anyway.
So it is Saorview approved?

I've a 40 inch Samsung for the past 9 years or so and it's been rock solid.
This TV would be an ideal replacement I'd say.
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