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What is the best tv right now that you can get for £2000 or there abouts? ive seen the LG OLED55c6v which is currently 2000.. any others? any help is appreciated Read More
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6m, 1w agoPosted 6 months, 1 week ago
What is the best tv right now that you can get for £2000 or there abouts?

ive seen the LG OLED55c6v which is currently 2000.. any others?

any help is appreciated
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6m, 1w agoPosted 6 months, 1 week ago
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#1
that 1 or b6v
#2
I would go with a 600-700 quid projector. And you have spare change for lamps if need changing
#3
Imo Samsung are better....

Think this is a cracking deal.... Samsung 65" KS9000 - £1,989

http://www.applianceelectronics.co.uk/viewproduct.asp?pid=11726
#4
mattsokolinski
I would go with a 600-700 quid projector. And you have spare change for lamps if need changing


You'd need that change for the tuner you'll need. And a screen. And some audio. And a bracket. And installation. And cables. And it won't be as bright as a tv so you'll be wanting some decent blinds for during the day.
You might still have change for a lamp after all that.
#5
craigstephens
mattsokolinski
I would go with a 600-700 quid projector. And you have spare change for lamps if need changing


You'd need that change for the tuner you'll need. And a screen. And some audio. And a bracket. And installation. And cables. And it won't be as bright as a tv so you'll be wanting some decent blinds for during the day.
You might still have change for a lamp after all that.


You don't need a screen. Just a white wall.
Basic speakers, tuner, bracket and cables will still leave plenty of change
#6
mattsokolinski
craigstephens
mattsokolinski
I would go with a 600-700 quid projector. And you have spare change for lamps if need changing


You'd need that change for the tuner you'll need. And a screen. And some audio. And a bracket. And installation. And cables. And it won't be as bright as a tv so you'll be wanting some decent blinds for during the day.
You might still have change for a lamp after all that.


You don't need a screen. Just a white wall.
Basic speakers, tuner, bracket and cables will still leave plenty of change


The guy is willing to spend 2k on a tv. You really think hes willing to go for your council estate setup?
#7
The guy is willing to spend 2k on a tv. You really think hes willing to go for your council estate setup?

And whats wrong with council estates???
#8
loosescrew
The guy is willing to spend 2k on a tv. You really think hes willing to go for your council estate setup?

And whats wrong with council estates???


Nothing, but they dont usually have high quality av installs.
#9
You could also have both of course. Philips' top of the range TV combines a 65" LCD with nine projectors for an enhanced version of their Ambilight system:
http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/review/tv/philips-ambilux-8900-review-uk-price-3624812/

It launched at £4k but that was some months ago now so may have had a price cut by now.

OLED does seem to get most of the awards for picture quality in reviews though, and LG's Web OS 3.0 is apparently a decent smart TV platform as far as that goes. If you're not sitting close enough to benefit from 4k then LG do a 910v OLED model for £1300.

OLED is dimmer than LCD though, so if you have your TV in a well lit room then you may find an LCD TV better.
#10
I know 3D is no longer in vogue but I still feel there is enough content to justify getting a TV with one. Are there any recommendations? Samsung seems to have stopped doing them in the newer models.

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