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65" 65EF950V LG OLED 4K TV £2,699.00 delivered @ Selfridges 5 year guarantee

£2699.00 @ Selfridges
Complete with a 5 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. Key Features •OLED… Read More
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Complete with a 5 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.

Key Features
•OLED 4K TV
•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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17 Likes
MyMarIsProperSound
malachi
Nice to see OLED is becoming cheaper
haha, still a long way to go before the regular working class person like myself can afford it though :(
I am a working class person and I could afford this as could most of my working class friends. I almost certainly wouldn't want to spend my money in this way, but that is a question of personal choices and has little to do with my "class"
13 Likes
I'm very short sighted so bought this. Absolute bargain at £269.99. I almost bought another one for the bedroom.
9 Likes
Jonnyblock
You'd think at that price it would have 3d.

Useless fad no one uses anymore, just like curved TVs.
8 Likes
Would this upscale xhamster to 4K?
6 Likes
HDR too, looking at reviews it's not perfect tho. Kind of needs to be to justify spending this much.

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5 Likes #1
Nice to see OLED is becoming cheaper
4 Likes #2
malachi
Nice to see OLED is becoming cheaper


haha, still a long way to go before the regular working class person like myself can afford it though :(
4 Likes #3
Just be aware this and the 960 do suffer with banding

https://flic.kr/p/Jmzddk

As an example

Edited By: nictry on Aug 09, 2016 16:02
6 Likes #4
HDR too, looking at reviews it's not perfect tho. Kind of needs to be to justify spending this much.
17 Likes #5
MyMarIsProperSound
malachi
Nice to see OLED is becoming cheaper
haha, still a long way to go before the regular working class person like myself can afford it though :(
I am a working class person and I could afford this as could most of my working class friends. I almost certainly wouldn't want to spend my money in this way, but that is a question of personal choices and has little to do with my "class"
1 Like #6
This is an absolute bargain....i paid 3.5k for mine 6 months ago and its fantastic...mine is a very good panel...but others have had problems
#7
Hot but at this price would you start considering a 55" 2016 model... decisions, decisions lol.
1 Like #8
pops1975
Hot but at this price would you start considering a 55" 2016 model... decisions, decisions lol.

They are completely different sizes, one is over 1800sq inches the other is only 1290 ish. If you are looking at a 65" you're not going to compromise for a 55". I am aware of how much better the 2016 panels are, and if you are already spending this much, and want the best quality, spending the extra should be easily justified. :)
#9
Uncommon Sense
pops1975
Hot but at this price would you start considering a 55" 2016 model... decisions, decisions lol.
They are completely different sizes, one is over 1800sq inches the other is only 1290 ish. If you are looking at a 65" you're not going to compromise for a 55". I am aware of how much better the 2016 panels are, and if you are already spending this much, and want the best quality, spending the extra should be easily justified. :)

Lol, you buying one then?

The price point is the same(ish), if I was buying I would consider whether a 55B6v offers significantly better image quality/colours over the EF950.

Everyone's preferences will vary - as with yours and mine.
#10
What is banding again?
4 Likes #11
Can't wait for one of these bad boys to drop below 1.5k...
2 Likes #12
pops1975
Hot but at this price would you start considering a 55" 2016 model... decisions, decisions lol.
I have the 55 inch version and do sometime wish I had the extra 10 inches.... (here come the funny responses, bring em on!)
#13
Itsbedo
Can't wait for one of these bad boys to drop below 1.5k...


If it was that price now it would have been a no brainer 8)
1 Like #14
jallsey
HDR too, looking at reviews it's not perfect tho. Kind of needs to be to justify spending this much.


Yup, HDR isn't that great on Oleds yet
#15
roadie
What is banding again?

Distinct bars appearing on the screen instead of smooth gradients.
#16
Voted hot but Oleds are way to expensive for the average person
3 Likes #17
roadie
What is banding again?

http://us.123rf.com/450wm/davehanlon/davehanlon1407/davehanlon140700077/30083864-childs-hands-with-loom-band-bracelets-on-a-blackboard-with-the-word-banding.jpg?ver=6
4 Likes #18
Good deal - heat given.
But you'll probably get some clowns voting cold because they can get a 65 inch CCFL LCD "Digihome" for £269 instead...
#19
MBeeching
roadie
What is banding again?

Distinct bars appearing on the screen instead of smooth gradients.


man thats a deal breaker that is it all sets or just random
#20
I own the 55" version of this and it's terrific.

Unfortunately though, it is incredibly susceptible to burn in/ghosting :( after two months of using it, watching a channel with a white logo in the top right for one-two hours a day and it appears to be there for good :( tried turning it off and not watching that channel for a few days/usual fixes documented.

Gutted.
1 Like #21
You'd think at that price it would have 3d.
1 Like #22
Bargain.... Id expect to see me in the film I am watching for that money!
9 Likes #23
Jonnyblock
You'd think at that price it would have 3d.

Useless fad no one uses anymore, just like curved TVs.
1 Like #24
leejackson85
I own the 55" version of this and it's terrific.
Unfortunately though, it is incredibly susceptible to burn in/ghosting :( after two months of using it, watching a channel with a white logo in the top right for one-two hours a day and it appears to be there for good :( tried turning it off and not watching that channel for a few days/usual fixes documented.
Gutted.

I also own the 55" version of this TV and have never had any issues with image retention in the 10 months I have had it (and that's with my son having 4 hours stints on the Xbox playing Forza!). If you are getting severe image retention (there is no way it will be screen burn) then I would put in a call to an engineer.

In fact I have not had any of the issues reported (banding, vignette issues etc.). The TV does suffer if you feed it a poor source (some of the Sky channels are appalling).

Just drop onto AV forums when you get a chance and try to find any TV that is perfect, whether you spend £500 or £5000.

This is an excellent price (I paid £300 less for the 55") for this size screen using OLED technology.
#25
Justsuperman
jallsey
HDR too, looking at reviews it's not perfect tho. Kind of needs to be to justify spending this much.
Yup, HDR isn't that great on Oleds yet

Mate, how wrong you are, OLEDs are the ONLY models that support Dolby Vision 12bit HDR!
http://digital-wear.com/dont-buy-a-tv-before-reading-this-ultimate-buying-guide-2016-450/
13 Likes #26
I'm very short sighted so bought this. Absolute bargain at £269.99. I almost bought another one for the bedroom.
#27
Jonnyblock
You'd think at that price it would have 3d.

This set is 3D (not that I use it)

65EF950V Spec
#28
I believe this one doesn't support HDR 10 or Dolby Vision so for gaming, when a full 4K gaming machine comes out, this would not work under 4K HDR.
Nice TV though. OLED is far superior to LED.
2 Likes #29
Mad ass
I'm very short sighted so bought this. Absolute bargain at £269.99. I almost bought another one for the bedroom.

Mate, I believe you had picked up the 6.5" version (_;)
1 Like #30
Good price but if you have a few thousand to throw at a TV then try and stretch to the B6 or E6 which are better than this.
#31
Is ultra HD just 4K or is it HDR?
3 Likes #32
It always amazes me on here the amount of people that post comments when they have absolutely no idea what they are talking about....This tv has 3d, probably the best I've ever seen, including the cinema....hdr , this model does hdr 10 via hdmi and I believe by September on both amazon prime and netflix on-board apps.....mine has suffered absolutely no image retention or screen burn.....oh and banding on OLEDs describes panel banding not colour banding, ie darker bands on the screen which are evident on panning shots, football, golf etc.....my tv does not suffer from this, but some peoples have..
1 Like #33
- This model DOES have HDR and it has support via both streaming and HDMI ports.

I own the 920v model, picked it up from Costco for a ridiculous £1400. My OLED replaced a Panasonic Plasma which at the time I was happy with but it had to go once I compared OLED with Plasma (Had the 50 Plasma and the 55 OLED side by side whilst testing video sources). No screen burn, no banding, 4 months of ownership. Give it a decent source of 1080p or 4k video and it eats it up and spits out a sublime image.

For information both this 950v and the 920v model supports HDR via a single HDMI port (HDMI Port number 2) and via streamed sources, a box appears in the top left of the screen saying it when a HDR video plays.

The 960v model is more complicated, it supports HDR video from streamed sources, but NOT via it's HDMI ports. This is one thing to be careful of, as I expect many people will be connecting devices via cable, just because it says 'HDR supported' it may mean via streaming.

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

Edited By: super_leeds_86 on Aug 10, 2016 08:59
#34
Bigfootpete
Is ultra HD just 4K or is it HDR?
UHD and 4K are both terms used to describe the next generation of Ultra High Definition TV resolutions (also referred to sometimes as 2160P i.e. double the amount of horizontal pixels of the current HD resolution of 1080P)
HDR (High Dynamic Range..) is an additional feature of the UHD/4K standard that expands the colour gamut and contrast/brightness abilities of the TVs display panel, to help images look more realistic in tandem with the higher resolutions. Most 4K TV models 2015/2016 onwards should be HDR compatible but look for certification to confirm when buying.
8 Likes #36
Would this upscale xhamster to 4K?
1 Like #37
Voted cold.

You can get a 65 inch CCFL LCD "Digihome" for £269.
#38
malachi
Jonnyblock
You'd think at that price it would have 3d.
Useless fad no one uses anymore, just like curved TVs.

I have the 55" 960V version, love the curve and the 3d is amazing.. I saw the flat and curved side by side in the shop and the curved version just looks so much nicer. Can't say I really notice it when watching TV.

Edited By: russtyk on Aug 10, 2016 12:50
#39
MarkBroomhallCrewe
Would this upscale xhamster to 4K?

Its its native res, everything will be upscaled to match.
#40
oos

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