If you’re thinking about scaling up your TV, we suggest you take a look at this fantastic deal at Amazon.
Right now you can pick up the 65-inch Samsung AU9000 4K TV for 33% less – it’s now just £599.
Amazon has knocked £300 off the price of this 65-inch 4K TV from Samsung
That’s an impressive price drop on a TV that doesn’t just offer an ample screen size but also an array of impressive specs and features.
We’re constantly looking for the best cheap 4K TV deals to buy online, and we weed out the good offers from the bad ones – we’ve this is our favourite TV deal out there right now.
It’s true that large-scale televisions of 65-inches or larger are starting to fall in price.
But finding one from Samsung, the biggest seller on the UK TV market, at this size is still a rarity.
The AU9000 will set you up with the twin essentials that you would expect from any TV in 2022: 4K picture quality and built-in streaming.
On top of that, this TV comes with a cool audio feature called Object Tracking Sound – this can track things moving across the screen and mimic the sound to match.
So if a racing car travels across the screen, the sound of its tires will do the exact same.
The AU9000 also has three voice assistants built into it in the form of Alexa, Google Assistant and Samsung’s very own Bixby – you can each of them to not just command the TV, but to operate any other smart devices around your home.
If you’re not sure whether this TV is the right size for your room, read our what size TV should I buy explainer – we lay out the viewing distance you need for each TV size.
Amazon’s TV deals tend to come and go very quickly, or creep back up in price – so if you want to pick this up with the current £300 discount, act quickly.
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