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SEIKI SE39UY01UK 39-Inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV

by Seiki
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RRP: £399.99
Price: £390.95 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • UHD 4K TV with cristal picture quality
  • Freeview to enable you to get access to over 50 TV channels
  • Built in slim, space-saving design
  • Audio Connections: 1 Stereo Mini Phono Jack Input (3.5 mm) (VGA Audio), 1 RCA Input (R & L), 1 Headphone: Stereo Mini (3.5 mm), 1 RCA Output (R & L)
  • 3 HDMI Input, 2 USB Input (JPEG Pics and MP3 Audio Only)
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Important Information

On-mode power consumption
140 Watts

Energy consumption
140 Kilowatts per year, based on the power consumption of the television operating 4 hours per day for 365 days. The actual energy consumption will depend on how the television is used.

Visible screen diagonal
39" / 99 cm

Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 18 Kg
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
  • Item model number: SE39UY01UK
  • ASIN: B00MB54NBY
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 July 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 59,977 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Seiki "Simply Brilliant"

Seiki believes everyone deserves a well-made TV, and goes to great lengths to make sure its TVs are the highest quality and available at a fair price. Seiki believes the next ‘big thing’ is a great television everyone can afford. One that offers the same clarity of video and audio featured on the higher priced TVs, but without the add-ons that bring the higher price. Seiki is part of one of the largest manufacturers of TVs in the world. This allows Seiki to create considerable efficiencies that it gladly passes along to customers. Seiki believes a no-nonsense TV delivers big on sight and sound. So Seiki starts with only the most advanced panels for the highest picture quality and use high performance amplifiers to power its speakers. Seiki TVs are made in its own facility by its own people. Not only does this cut out a costly middleman, this also allows Seiki to maintain a high level of quality control that meets its own strict standards.

4K doesn't need to cost 5K

Contrary to popular belief, the ultimate television experience is well within reach. By creating a 4K Ultra HDTV with great picture and sound, minus the unnecessary bells and whistles, we’re able to offer the latest television technology at an ultra-affordable price. Introducting Ultra HD for everyone.

Hi-def x 4

Remember how excited you were the first time you saw HD? Multiply that by four and you’ll understand 4K Ultra HD from Seiki. With over 8 million individual pixels (3,840 x 2,160) compared to about 2 million (1,920 x 1,080) on your current HDTV, the picture provides stunning clarity and colors that far surpass anything you’ve seen before. Put simply, you have to see it to believe it.

Awesome TV amazing monitor

The most affordable, highest resolution screen on the market brings new possibilities to the table—not to mention your computer desk. The same promise of detail and clarity that Seiki 4K brings to your favorite shows, movies, and sports will also be delivered to your workstation, and your online and console gaming experience.

Plays well with others

With Ultra HD, you’ll be able to enjoy your favorite shows and movies in the best resolution possible—whether it’s SD or HD, DVD or Blu-ray. And as more and more 4K content becomes available in the near future, you’ll be one of the first to see it in its full Ultra HD glory.

No 4K content? We've got you covered with U -VISION

Most Hollywood movies are produced in 4K Ultra HD but delivered to consumers as HD or lower resolution content. With the new generation of 4K Ultra HDTVs now on the market, the challenge is to transform this legacy content into enhanced 4K digital entertainment experience for the living room. Together with a Seiki 4K Ultra HDTV, U-VISION 4K Up-conversion HDMI cable offers state-of-the-art video processing and 4K performance enhancements comparable to native 4K.

One year replacement warranty
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Seiki One year replacement warranty

At Seiki, we believe that when you make a great TV, standing behind it is easy and simple. To us, this means offering a comprehensive one year replacement warranty. If there is an issue with our TV during the first year, we will do our best to provide a resolution. If we are unable to, we promise to replace your TV.

Customer Service
Customer support

Seiki offers toll-free customer support from its U.S.-based headquarters in Diamond Bar, Calif., providing setup and technical assistance to Seiki TV owners.

Box Contains

TV,stand,remote control,battery,mini component cable,mini AV cable,user manual,quick start guide

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Customer Reviews

2.8 out of 5 stars
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By me on 12 Sep 2014
Verified Purchase
(edited: downgraded to 2 star after more extensive tests, fixed typos, note how to disable overscan)
I bought this tv to use as a 4k monitor but am going to return it because it is unsuitable for that use.

I have also used the US model SE39UY04 which i thought it was the same as the SE39UY01UK, but is not.
My review for the US model is at http://www.amazon.com/review/R29YNK73X7I4LW/ , and i used the same
two laptops to test both tv sets.

The UK model differs from the US model for the layout of the inputs, and also the presence of a SCART connector.
Firmware on the two is totally different, and as you can read below, very problematic on the UK model.

Used as a TV, the video interpolation is poor; 576i channels look like a VHS tape (side to side with an LG tv showing the same stream, the difference is huge).
1080i is marginally better but still pretty bad on the eye.

Used as a monitor, there are also significant differences with the US model.
When driven at 3840x2160@30Hz, there is evident smoothing even when the "Sharpness" control is set to 0 (in the US model, changing Sharpness from 1 to 0 has a very evident effect; not so in the UK model). As a result, the video is a bit blurry (visible with text fonts, e.g. in terminals). Also, this seems to give much higher latency in the display. Mirroring the MacBook screen to the SE39UY01UK gives a latency of about 340-380ms (measured running a clock on screen and taking a snapshot with an external camera). Mirroring from a Chromebook at 1024x768 reduces the latency to about 240ms, which is still quite high. The US model feels slightly faster though I do not have precise measurements.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M.A. Swinkels on 20 Oct 2014
Verified Purchase
After seeing many reviews online where people said this TV is not suited as a monitor for gaming, but is very convinient for programming, I decided to buy it. I love to have lots of screen space when programming because it enhances productivity.
The Seiki came with as many pixels as promissed, but was a terrible disappointment because of the mouse lag.
I tried many different graphics card, but they don't seem to be the cause of the problem.
After googling 'Seiki mouse lag', I got many hits of users complaining about this silly flaw.
I have been trying really hard to cope with the mouse lag, because I wanted this big screen so badly. So I kept working with it. But after two days, it drove me crazy. The Seiki is up for sale now.
I'll wait another one or two years before good quality affordable uhd 32+" monitors come along.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. Marczak TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 17 Oct 2014
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I would expect that, like me, you are looking at this and thinking "4K? for that much? surely there must be a catch."

First it's worth saying that we are comparing this LED 4K 39" screen to our existing Toshiba Regza Full HD 32" screen.
At first glance, things look good. There is now a recognised knock on effect of Chinese companies making cheaper versions of the top branded goods at a similar standard, why not with high end TVs? It's a nice looking screen, very narrow bezel (the frame round the edge), and all in all it wasn't too difficult to put together. The base plate is cumbersome and not very classy, and the cables (as mentioned in another review) have their connections in all the wrong places. But remember, it's cheap. As I have a PVR, there was no need to tune anything in, and picture quality, on the HD channels at least, was very clear.

For clarity, I have tested this with a Panasonic Freeview HD PVR and Apple TV. I'm not a gamer, so I can't offer any advice on that front.

From a TV point of view, the first question you can probably ask is: "Do I need 4K?", to which the answer is almost certainly "No."
Unless you are in an industry that requires monitor or TV resolution 4 times higher than current TV signals, or you like your video games, there's pretty much nothing for you to watch anyway.

So, back to the screen. The setup menus are nothing to write home about. I've yet to come across a set of menus that is flawless, but at least this screen comes with one flash card of shortcuts for a user guide, rather than the normal multi-lingual Bible.

Then someone spoke, and oh dear. The sound is dreadful, and I mean, properly dreadful. My wife is not fussed by most technology, but this instantly annoyed her.
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