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Samsung ue 55f8000 lcd led 3d smart tv 1000hz, wi-fi integrated, quad core, 4xhdmi, ci +, dvb-t2/s2

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  • Smart 3D
  • 1000hz High End TV
  • 3D Glasses Included
  • Integrated Camera For Video Calling Right From Your Couch
  • Ultra Smooth Frame Rate - Perfect For Sports or Action
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  • Product Dimensions: 122.4 x 3.5 x 70.7 cm ; 17 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 23 Kg
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  • Item model number: UE55F8000SZXZT
  • ASIN: B00BMPOSY6
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 28 Feb 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 54,225 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

This high end TV is available for sale due to move. Purchased at Xmas 2013 this TV remains one of the best TV's that money can buy (which.com). The product is in mint condition aside from a folded box and missing polystyrene. Poly will be replaced with bubble wrap when sent. TV retails at around £2000 but being offered for low price for quick sale. Don't miss out.

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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Reid TOP 500 REVIEWER on 23 Oct 2013
By common consent, this is the best TV on the market as of now (October 2013), or at least one of the best. That will change as the 4k sets come forward and become more affordable, but for now: Number One.

The set comes well packaged: lots of polystyrene and other protection. I recommend two people to get the set out of the box (best done with the box lying down). The stand assembles very easily. This produces one of the first distinguishing features: the stand is wholly unobtrusive and the set sits very low on the table with just a couple of inches of the stand showing on each side of the set.

There is a small user guide in the box: the main manual is accessible electronically. My recommendation is to download and print it beforehand.

There is a cover that hides the connections on the the rear: they are not as easy to use as some sets I have encountered nor as clearly labelled, but it's not a job you have to do many times. The positioning of the sockets is better than on our previous Samsung, so that the HDMI cables aren't visible at the side of the set.

From the front, the narrow bezel is as small as it could possibly be: the effect, when watching, is like looking at a small, back-projected cinema screen.

Tuning the set in is automated and as easy as any I have encountered. It is quite quick too. Connecting to my wireless network and laptops was really easy: I typed in the key for the wireless router and everything else just happened automatically: so good! We have successfully played a trailer on a Samsung Android phone wirelessly into the TV and it worked a treat.

The Smart Hub works a treat: we watched programmes via BBC i-Player and 4oD and they stream effortlessly into the TV.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mark Gregory on 3 Feb 2014
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Very easy to install and setup, picture quality via HDMI is very clear, hardly had to do much tweaking of the picture. Sound is surprisingly good. Tried SKY, Blu-Ray and PS4 through it and cannot fault either picture or sound quality. The set itself is huge with the stand on it is 1.2mtr wide so make sure your stand is that wide, the TV is very light for its size.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By dek08 on 8 Jan 2014
Excellent tv brilliant 2D picture amazing HD picture really good 3D picture much brighter than the 7000 series really fast internet connection (I have it hardwired not tried wireless)really stylish design have used Samsung TV's for many years and this is the best so far but you can save over £100 buying from numerous other sites and with free 5yr guarantee and free delivery disappointing for Amazon bought mine from Currys Can't believe they are cheaper than Amazon ?????.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jezz on 5 Nov 2013
This is indeed a lovely Tv and in a short time, with practice, it became easy to understand and operate with assistance from the well organised digital manual, which had been quite opaque at first.

Freeview reception is poor in this area so we were particularly interested in the potential for Freesat recording with F8000's pair of satellite tuners. The Tv is clearly intended to be capable of recording one Satellite channel while viewing another, but (with two examples) this caused significant and disappointing problems, which Samsung Customer Support has put down to the use of unsuitable hard drives.

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For several years Samsung TVs have been supposedly able to provide PVR functions but the Technical Support team still apparently knows very little about the subject and only insists that USB 2.0 must be used. In fact that has been superceded by USB 3.0, which is backwards compatible, and the team is also unclear about the recording options and couldn't/wouldn't recommend specific hard drives.

Elsewhere, WD My Book AV-TV, and Buffalo HD-AVSU3 hard drives are said to work with Samsung TVs. At least with the little UE32F4500 Freeview Tv, we found that WD Elements 1TB worked fine but Seagate Expansion repeatedly went into deep sleep and needed to be re-attached to its power supply.

The manual gives minimum HDD specs and there is a dedicated USB socket for drives without a separate power supply, but we gathered this provides 0.5a, which is not enough for some, and pen drives are said mostly not to be fast enough.

Recording with Freeview or Freesat?
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ric on 13 Feb 2014
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My first smart tv so I thought I'd get the best.

In the past I have hooked up a smart dvd player to my old plasma tv.

I thought the picture on my old tv was good however as soon as I installed this one I knew it was in a different league. Even in normal mode the picture seems leap out at you. Its wonderful!

The smart part is also good. With my old dvd player it used to take an age to load apps and navigate through the menus. This quad core processor ensures that I don't have any of these problems.

I use Plex and Netflix daily however I don't really take advantage of the other apps. I might have done so if a keyboard was provided as well as a remote control.

The cons are:
Voice navigation is rubbish
The hand navigation is hard (and also pops up when you rub your nose or rub your head)
Its expensive

Anyway the cons don't worry me because I'm too busy watching my beautiful tv and screen!!
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