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Samsung UE55MU7000

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Samsung ua55 7000.twin free sat tuner?

Asked by Cliff cj from United Kingdom on 1st Feb 2018
Has this tv have a recording hard drive ..so I can record 1 station an watch another please thanks

Reply by John from United Kingdom on 4th Aug 2018
no but i think you can hook one up to it

The difference between MU7000 & MU7000T?

Asked by Plam from Hong Kong on 17th Oct 2017
An ungraded brighter model?

Stand Measurement?

Asked by BobH from UK on 5th Oct 2017
I was looking at the 49" and 55" model but I am confused about the stand measurement. I like the spaced out legs rather than the central stand of the 8000 series. If there is anybody out there with the 55" 7000 series model who could measure the distance between the two pairs of legs and the width of each so that I can be sure it will fit on my tv cabinet.

Reply by SCOTT from UK on 19th Jan 2018
Don't worry about the space between the legs as Samsung has this covered with extra slots that are closer together for smaller TV units. Hope this helps.

Reply by Michal from NI on 21st Jan 2018
From what I heard on yt review. The space between the legs is around 90 cms.

Samsung mu7000 or lgsj850v?

Asked by dave from United Kingdom on 5th Sep 2017
hi guys i wanted to know your opinion im looking at the samsung mu7000 or the lgsj850v tv
its main use will BE console gaming xbox one s and ps4 pro and soon the xbox one x .samsung say the mu has a 1000 peak brightness but reviews suggest half of that also im not sure what the peak brightness is on the lg what tv do you think would be the best choice for gaming and i also want to make sure whatever one i get is RGB not RGBW cheers

Reply by Kashif from United Kingdom on 6th Sep 2017
Hi Dave. I've tried both tellies and in my opinion MU7000 is better in every category. LG uses IPS panel which isn't bright enough. Also Samsung is fast to boot up and I prefer the Tizen OS over LG's WEbOS. Go for LG only if you want OLED which is still expensive. All of their other tellies, ie mid or lower range are rubbish.

Reply by dave from United Kingdom on 7th Sep 2017
samsung say the mu7000 tv is around a 1000 nits peak brightness but reviews suggest only half of that so does anyone know what the actual peak brightness is on this tv also does anyone know if it supports full rgb like the 2017 qleds do

Reply by dave from United Kingdom on 17th Sep 2017
s21 do you ever reply or not

Reply by S21 from UK on 18th Sep 2017
We can't make recommendations for such specific personal requirements.

Reply by dave from United Kingdom on 19th Sep 2017
hows that a personal requirement asking if this model actually gives you the 1000 nits samsung say it does

Reply by Lee from UK on 27th Sep 2017
Dave the MU7000 peak brightness is around 370nits, it also has a narrower colour gamut than the KS series and only around 80% of the native contrast.

Overall it's a decent tv but with its limited brightness it's HDR won't be a patch on tvs with brightness into the 1000+ range.

It's a shame because it's a worse product than KS series but more expensive.

At this price point 900-1000 no 2017 model from any brand seems to come close to last years KS7000.

The first tv to match or beat it would be the Sony XE90 model but it's 1150 at 49" and 1300+ at 55".

How does the MU7000 compare to the KS7000?

Asked by Dermot from Ireland on 26th Jun 2017
Hi there,

Just wondering if the UE55MU7000 is as good as last years KS7000?


Reply by S21 from UK on 26th Jun 2017
They are broadly the same, so if you can still find a KS7000 for sale, you can save quite a bit of cash.

Reply by Adam from UK on 11th Aug 2017
You can find the 55 inch KU7000 (OR CURVED 7500) FOR AROUND 850 WITH A 5 YEAR WARRANTY.

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