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Which one of these 65" 4K HDR TV's?

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I need to replace my current Tv which is an LG65uh600v it is only a couple of months old. Im not 100% happy with it. Sources are PS4 Pro and in the near future Sky Q. Also usual stuff like 4K Netfl… Read More
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
I need to replace my current Tv which is an LG65uh600v it is only a couple of months old. Im not 100% happy with it.

Sources are PS4 Pro and in the near future Sky Q. Also usual stuff like 4K Netflix.

Choice is out of

65m7000 - from what I have read 8bit + FRC, but a bargain in terms of bang for your buck.

LG 65uh950v

Samsung 65KS8000

Or wait a few months for the 65" OLED B6 to come down in price. Although I'm not sure on OLED as I have read about high input lag, screen burn and basically the technology is still in it's infancy. That it maybe best to wait a while for it to develop further.

Any advice/opinions?
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Samsung gets my vote
#2
Whats wrong with your current LG, and will you be selling it on here??

We have 2 x 49" LGs and are very happy with them, we dont use consoles on them though.
#3
Gentle_Giant
Whats wrong with your current LG, and will you be selling it on here??
We have 2 x 49" LGs and are very happy with them, we dont use consoles on them though.
Probably because it isn't really 4k, and will make a hash of HDR.

I'd vote Samsung unless you can get a bargain on the b6. If you're a gamer though avoid the b6, hasn't haft the firmware updates the other lines have had.
#4
As other have said you need to explain why you're not happy.. As a new tv may have the same issues.
#5
65" is way too big for regular home use, unless your room is like a hall.. as if you are too close to TV, you never get good picture quality, especially on standard tv programs. Otherwise, I would avoid Samsung and LG and would be looking at Panasonic or Sony.
#6
My votexts is definitely the Samsung.

I'd go for the 65KS9000 (Curved) which is currently £1999 with a free 4K Blu-ray player (offer ends 10th Jan) at John Lewis.

https://m.johnlewis.com/samsung-ue65ks9000-curved-suhd-hdr-1-000-4k-ultra-hd-quantum-dot-smart-tv-65-with-freeview-hd-freesat-hd-playstation-now-360-design-uhd-premium/p/2575057

It's a cracking TV and imo worth every penny.

65" isn't too high at all.

With high end tv's you can get fairly close when watch HD with no reduction in picture quality. ....
#7
Had Samsung 60"ks7000 and now replaced with 55" b6 oled - for me you cannot compare the 2-
The oled picture is sooooo much better it's not even close . Viewing Angles also so much better and no light bleed
I think the gaming lag issue is being sorted with an update released today in us so uk should get soon.
I'm not a gamer though .
#8
65uh600v It is a 4K set, but not HDR. It has a 10bit panel 8bit +frc).

I'm not sure what I'll do with the current Tv, either here or eBay.

I want something that can take full advantage of the PS4 pro and sky q, 4K Netflix. Basically 4K and HDR.

John Lewis currently offering free 4K blu-ray player with the 65ks8000.

The room size isn't an issue, we are sat 5mtrs away from the Tv. The room is 40sq mtrs.
#9
p.s. 65KS8000 is flat and £100 cheaper with same 4K Blu-ray player free until 10th Jan
#10
get a projector go to the next level
#11
Sniffer77
Had Samsung 60"ks7000 and now replaced with 55" b6 oled - for me you cannot compare the 2-
The oled picture is sooooo much better it's not even close . Viewing Angles also so much better and no light bleed
I think the gaming lag issue is being sorted with an update released today in us so uk should get soon.
I'm not a gamer though .

The B6 sounds great and OLED will be better - but is £300 more for the 55" and £900 more for the 65" Samsung KS8000.......
#12
Kenp8257
Sniffer77
Had Samsung 60"ks7000 and now replaced with 55" b6 oled - for me you cannot compare the 2-
The oled picture is sooooo much better it's not even close . Viewing Angles also so much better and no light bleed
I think the gaming lag issue is being sorted with an update released today in us so uk should get soon.
I'm not a gamer though .

The B6 sounds great and OLED will be better - but is £300 more for the 55" and £900 more for the 65" Samsung KS8000.......


Yeah the oled is more expensive but if you like to watch tv in a dark room the oled wins everytime.
It's all budget though so keep and eye on special offers with the new oled range announced yesterday . I got mine for £1499 with 5 year warranty at John Lewis

I was looking forward to the ks7000 but it let me down big time in terms of build quality.so much so I doubt I'd buy Samsung again for a long time (new tv replaced a Samsung plasma)
#13
Very surprised at the build quality of the Samsung.

I know the KS8000 is a better model than the KS7000, but how much better is subjective - as is everything really.

You got a bargain on your OLED, well done.

Budget dictates all....

I'm tempted by the new Samsung QLED just announced.....

But budget won't permit!!!

(p.s. the 2.7mm LG OLED looks great too!!)
#14
I'm going to wait for the B6 to come down in price.

I'll look at it in April. Hopefully it will be around the £2k mark.

For now as a temporary solution I have bought the 65m7000 to have a play with.
#15
Why not go for the KS8000?

£1900 @ JL with a free 4K Blu-ray player.
https://m.johnlewis.com/samsung-ue65ks8000-suhd-hdr-1-000-4k-ultra-hd-quantum-dot-smart-tv-65-inch-with-freeview-hd-freesat-hd-playstation-now-360-design-uhd-premium/p/2595308

You have 90 days within which you can return it for any reason for a full refund. ... or the B6....
#16
I have read a couple of comments about motion blur on the Samsung and I watch a lot of football.

Also build quality has been mentioned on a few reviews I have seen.

If I upgrade the tv we currently use for the PS4 pro from a LG 55ub850v to the 65m7000. I wouldn't need to use the B6 for gaming.

I may even put the 65m7000 in the living room and move the 65uh600v on as I will get a better return on it while it is a little newer.

Then pull the trigger on the B6 when the price gets a little more reasonable
#17
65m7000 ha some good reviews - a lot of tv for the money.

Hope you get a good deal with the B6

:-)

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