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65" 65EF950V LG OLED 4K TV £2,199.00 year guarantee Richer Sounds

£2199.00 @ Richer Sounds
Cheapest I've seen a 65 inch OLED 4K HDR-10 + 3% cash back using qdco = £2130 Before hitting the cold button due to lack of OLED TV price awareness, I contest you to find this model cheaper anyw… Read More
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2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Cheapest I've seen a 65 inch OLED 4K HDR-10

+ 3% cash back using qdco = £2130

Before hitting the cold button due to lack of OLED TV price awareness, I contest you to find this model cheaper anywhere else in the UK, better yet, find ANY brand new 65 inch OLED 4k HDR-10 TV cheaper..... Now please re-consider your vote.

Complete with a 6 year guarantee, enjoy the perfect home cinema experience with our wide selection of televisions including Smart TV, 4K and LED from LG, Samsung, Sony and more.

4.8/5 out of 5 star reviews everywhere:

Trusted Reviews

http://www.trustedreviews.com/lg-65ef9500-review

WhatHifi

http://www.whathifi.com/lg/65ef950v/review

Stuff

http://www.stuff.tv/lg/65ef950v/review

TechRadar

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/lg-65ef950v-1308569/review

Key Features

•OLED 4K TV HDR

•ULTRA HD 4K Resolution

•Perfect Black

•Smart TV with webOS

•Premium Sound by Harman / Kardon

•4K Upscaler

Perfect Black

Thanks to the self-lighting pixels, which are unique to LG OLED 4K TV, you get infinite contrast, delivering the deepest and darks blacks possible today. Lightsout.

Perfect Colour

Due to OLED's unique self lighting pixels, the colour range and accuracy are dramatically improved. The result? Millions of pixels painting a picture with true-to-life colour reproduction like you have never seen before.

Self-lighting Pixels

Fusing OLED technology with 4K resolution, LG OLED 4K TV brings you the finest viewing experience imaginable. With self-lighting pixels - meaning they switch on and off individually - OLED delivers the purest blacks, most brilliant colours and clearest images.

ULTRA HD 4K RESOLUTION

ULTRA HD 4K resolution is four times that of Full HD, resulting in brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even up close. Enjoy a new standard of definition.

ABSOLUTE MOTION CLARITY

With a response speed of over one thousand times faster than LED, OLED allows you to appreciate fast moving scenes like sports or action movies free from blur.

webOS

LG's award winning Smart TV webOS platform revolutionises the way you watch and experience entertainment on your UHD TV. Free from the complexities of advanced technology, you can now enjoy Smart TV the way it is supposed to be, simple and intuitive, bringing together some of the best catch-up TV, movies, sport and music services. Whatever you wish to watch, find, launch, or play, you can do it easily with webOS, the efficient and user-friendly Smart TV designed with you in mind.

Sound Designed by Harman / Kardon™

A highly refined speaker system engineered by harman / kardon will give your ears a premium audio experience. So now you can fill your room with the ultimate sound, to match the ultimate picture.

Art Screen

Thanks to an intuitive design which creates a floating screen effect, you can now enjoy a whole new level of immersion and style.
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This is a 2015 model. ..
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roly
This is a 2015 model. ..

Still a good price with the warranty.
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roly
This is a 2015 model. ..


Still selling at a more expensive price everywhere else, this is the best deal. 4.8/5 out of 5 star reviews from most tech review sites. Fantastic tv
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it comes down to whether the extra £450 is worth it for Dolby Vision, HLG (broadcast HDR confirmed to be coming via update, a pretty big deal), far increased brightness, 34ms hdr gaming (I'm assuming these 2015 models didn't get that), NO vignetting/near black problems and full 10 bit processing near black, LG's excellent 'hdr effect' preset is brilliant and not often talked about - it's their simulated HDR (not on 2015 model)

as an owner of 2015 and now the 2016 model I would urge you strongly to pay the extra £450 it's well worth it (get the LG C6 over the B6 - improved chipset & 3D). Both exceptional viewing experiences though and trounce any LCD on the planet due to range of contrast - the part that most reviewers seem to leave out when talking about Ultra HD Premium/HDR

I seriously want everything in Dolby Vision

Edited By: wifi300usb on Feb 02, 2017 02:41
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wifi300usb
it comes down to whether the extra £450 is worth it for Dolby Vision, HLG (broadcast HDR confirmed to be coming via update, a pretty big deal), far increased brightness, 34ms hdr gaming (I'm assuming these 2015 models didn't get that), NO vignetting/near black problems and full 10 bit processing near black, LG's excellent 'hdr effect' preset is brilliant and not often talked about - it's their simulated HDR (not on 2015 model)

as an owner of 2015 and now the 2016 model I would urge you strongly to pay the extra £450 it's well worth it (get the LG C6 over the B6 - improved chipset & 3D). Both exceptional viewing experiences though and trounce any LCD on the planet due to range of contrast - the part that most reviewers seem to leave out when talking about Ultra HD Premium/HDR

I seriously want everything in Dolby Vision


wifi300usb you are correct but LG are now upgrading the HDMI boards in owners TV's under warranty.
https://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-eg960v-owners-and-discussion-thread.1948687/page-325
As these TV's are brand new they may possibly be already have the new board.

Dolby Vision is a branding exercise that is so vague as to have anything from 600 so called nits of brightness all the way up to 4000nits which no TV can currently reproduce. Even Dolby Cinemas get away with lower than 600nits of brightness so I don't care much for that. Just like the good old THX branding, a lot of people were willing to pay for that and a lot of money changed hands for not really major benefits. If Dolby Vision is important you should be looking at Samsung which offers the most nits but I'm not interested in old array backlighting which I currently already have had for the past 10 years. The LG B6 models may sport Dolby Vision or higher brightness levels but they lost a 3D polarised screen and cheaper lower powered processors are used, ie a budget cut down version of the Signature range which includes 3D by the way. You have to way these things up and demo for yourself.

Dolby Vision isn't about max brightness, it is about how HDR filmed content is mapped to each displays capabilities. For example, if a film was mastered with a max brightness of 4000 nits and the TV only has a max brightness of 600 nits, you want the TV to find a way of squeezing the full detail up to 4000 nits to its capability. That means doing something called tone mapping. Dolby Vision has a great approach to tone mapping which means that DV content always appears consistent across different TVs.

HDR10 is the open source competitor to DV. The tone mapping is currently left to each TV manufacturer and is wildly inconsistent between them resulting in some very different images between displays. HDR10 has a lot of catching up to do and could do with standardisation between manufacturers.

At the moment then only mainstream TVs with DV in this country are LGs. Definitely not Samsung. Dolby need to get Sony and Samsung on board to gain traction, but if they do, it will surely become the standard HDR format.
https://www.avforums.com/review/lg-55eg960v-eg9600-oled-uhd-4k-review.11301

Edited By: anthonynsinclair on Feb 02, 2017 03:23: Typo
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anthonynsinclair
wifi300usb
it comes down to whether the extra £450 is worth it for Dolby Vision, HLG (broadcast HDR confirmed to be coming via update, a pretty big deal), far increased brightness, 34ms hdr gaming (I'm assuming these 2015 models didn't get that), NO vignetting/near black problems and full 10 bit processing near black, LG's excellent 'hdr effect' preset is brilliant and not often talked about - it's their simulated HDR (not on 2015 model)
as an owner of 2015 and now the 2016 model I would urge you strongly to pay the extra £450 it's well worth it (get the LG C6 over the B6 - improved chipset & 3D). Both exceptional viewing experiences though and trounce any LCD on the planet due to range of contrast - the part that most reviewers seem to leave out when talking about Ultra HD Premium/HDR
I seriously want everything in Dolby Vision
wifi300usb you are correct but LG are now upgrading the HDMI boards in owners TV's under warranty.https://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-eg960v-owners-and-discussion-thread.1948687/page-325
As these TV's are brand new they may possibly be already have the new board.
Dolby Vision is a branding exercise that is so vague as to have anything from 600 so called nits of brightness all the way up to 4000nits which no TV can currently reproduce. Even Dolby Cinemas get away with lower than 600nits of brightness so I don't care much for that. Just like the good old THX branding, a lot of people were willing to pay for that and a lot of money changed hands for not really major benefits. If Dolby Vision is important you should be looking at Samsung which offers the most nits but I'm not interested in old array backlighting which I currently already have had for the past 10 years. The LG B6 models may sport Dolby Vision or higher brightness levels but they lost a 3D polarised screen and cheaper lower powered processors are used, ie a budget cut down version of the Signature range which includes 3D by the way. You have to way these things up and demo for yourself. I can cancel my order now no problem but I won't because the TV has the features I want at the price I'm happy with and no more.
Dolby Vision isn't about max brightness, it is about how HDR filmed content is mapped to each displays capabilities. For example, if a film was mastered with a max brightness of 4000 nits and the TV only has a max brightness of 600 nits, you want the TV to find a way of squeezing the full detail up to 4000 nits to its capability. That means doing something called tone mapping. Dolby Vision has a great approach to tone mapping which means that DV content always appears consistent across different TVs.
HDR10 is the open source competitor to DV. The tone mapping is currently left to each TV manufacturer and is wildly inconsistent between them resulting in some very different images between displays. HDR10 has a lot of catching up to do and could do with standardisation between manufacturers.
At the moment then only mainstream TVs with DV in this country are LGs. Definitely not Samsung. Dolby need to get Sony and Samsung on board to gain traction, but if they do, it will surely become the standard HDR format.https://www.avforums.com/review/lg-55eg960v-eg9600-oled-uhd-4k-review.11301

thanks yes I try not to get too lost in the numbers but I do a lot of research before a big purchase and after learning that these LG's are not tone mapping HDR10 correctly it suddenly makes DV much more important plus Sony are now onboard with DV HDR as well as Hisense this is confirmed. Samsung are holding out but there's a little more pressure now for sure and it cannot be added in via firmware

Just personally OLED tv's in reality look hundreds of times better in picture quality but don't cost that much more. It still blows me away to this day how lucky we are to be blessed with such a huge leap from LCD TV's. When you're not outside appreciating nature you can see a pretty damn good representation on OLED tv's, I cannot say the same for the competition
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I've just got the C6 and to be quite honest, I think the whole HDR thing is not worth paying for. I've watched Grand Tour in HDR10 and Bosch in Dolby Vision and they do look a touch better. Would I pay £100's more for HDR10 or DV, No chance. All this talk of brightness and nit levels is marketing, as in the real world, shining a bright light into your eyes just makes your eyes tired more quickly. You then go to bed and can't sleep properly.

However, the money I've spent was worth it as my C6 is pretty much flawless. Great viewing angles, no issues with backlights, lightbleed, dirty screen effect, image retention, banding......i.e. all the problems with LCD, LED and Plasma. The real cherry on the cake for the 2015 & 2016 TV's (except the B6,) is the 3D. It's what it should have been when they first released it in 2011. Even the fake 2D to 3D conversion, (in cinema mode,) is great.

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