yes I agree flat on wall and curve on a stand not sure what it would look like on the wall,the only thing is the stand means the tv can't go right back as the stand protrudes four inches plus behind the tv . Which didn't look obvious from the pictures. So I might have to wall mount to avoid the gap
The curved is also heavier according to the specs.
The edges of the curved TV will protude out by 10cm if you wall mount. Take that into account.
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Yeah, will have to decide whether to just use stand if I go for the curve.
I have a BDI Ola cabinet and it will fit on there fine and prob look the part with the curve of the unit.
i saw the 65hu7500 today and it looks great.
Does anyone know how long the cable is that connects the 'one stop box' (not sure of the technical name!) to the tv? And can you get a longer one from Samsung?
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The proprietary Samsung One Connect cable is 2m long. I can't find Samsung offering any other lengths at the moment.
I wish i had two and a half grand, i have just seen this, oh well i guess i'll just have to dream on. :cry:
Sorry to make this point rather late in the day. The current (June 2014, number 234) issue of Home Cinema Choice magazine has a four-page review of the Samsung UE65HU8500 television, by John Archer, who wrote a slightly different review on Trusted Reviews. To quote one line from HCC, "First, its picture quality is absolutely stellar."
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