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Samsung UE65MU6100 65 inch Smart 4K UHD TV £799.00 after trade in of any 32" tv @ Crampton & Moore

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£799.00 @ Crampton & Moore
Samsung are currently running a cash back offer of you trade in an old tv, which is £400 taking this to £799 which I think is a relative bargain for a 65 inch TV, bringing it to the same price as a Hi… Read More
Samsung are currently running a cash back offer of you trade in an old tv, which is £400 taking this to £799 which I think is a relative bargain for a 65 inch TV, bringing it to the same price as a Hi…
GeeJay86 Avatar6d, 5h agoFound 6 days, 5 hours ago23 Comments
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Polaroid....the TV you have to shake before you get a picture!
umirza85
Prosamuraiman
Bitbotbang
Why and why would I want this when I can buy a 65 inch UHD Polaroid telly from Asda for half the price!
Samsung = Porsche
Polaroid = Vauxhall
Might even have gone with Citroen...

Should have gone with bike!
Prosamuraiman
Bitbotbang
Why and why would I want this when I can buy a 65 inch UHD Polaroid telly from Asda for half the price!
Samsung = Porsche
Polaroid = Vauxhall
Might even have gone with Citroen...
this is a very tempting deal, but be aware its an 8bit panel (8bit +FRC) for a TV they consider flagship over the £1k mark I would have thought it would be 10 bit. however, if you are looking for a brand new TV, this is a very good offer
Bitbotbang
Why and why would I want this when I can buy a 65 inch UHD Polaroid telly from Asda for half the price!

Samsung = Porsche
Polaroid = Vauxhall
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Samsung UEKS7500 43" 10bit 4K HDR - £659.00 @ Crampton and Moore

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I want a new TV to 'show off' my latest gen consoles and I believe this one fits the bill - what do the TV connoisseurs of hukd think? Read More
I want a new TV to 'show off' my latest gen consoles and I believe this one fits the bill - what do the TV connoisseurs of hukd think?
JumpMan1980 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago20 Comments
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FGEvans
You can get the 49 inch version for £729 with 5 year warranty
where please, link?
Pricespy
£719 @ Crampton and Moore including 5 year warranty (_;)
£759 with 5yr warranty @ C&M
Still showing £719 for me UE49KS7500
Scroll down: "+£40 for 5 year warranty"

You're spot on that'll teach me to look at a page far too quickly, JL have them for £749 only 30 quid difference maybe too close for a pricematch as JL have been known to cite the free 5 year warranty when prices are close.

Edited By: gazman090970 on May 31, 2017 20:38
gazman090970
mcormack
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mcormack
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FGEvans
You can get the 49 inch version for £729 with 5 year warranty
where please, link?
Pricespy
£719 @ Crampton and Moore including 5 year warranty (_;)
£759 with 5yr warranty @ C&M
Still showing £719 for me UE49KS7500
Scroll down: "+£40 for 5 year warranty"
mcormack
gazman090970
mcormack
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FGEvans
You can get the 49 inch version for £729 with 5 year warranty
where please, link?
Pricespy
£719 @ Crampton and Moore including 5 year warranty (_;)
£759 with 5yr warranty @ C&M

Still showing £719 for me UE49KS7500
gazman090970
mcormack
JumpMan1980
FGEvans
You can get the 49 inch version for £729 with 5 year warranty
where please, link?
Pricespy
£719 @ Crampton and Moore including 5 year warranty (_;)
£759 with 5yr warranty @ C&M
mcormack
JumpMan1980
FGEvans
You can get the 49 inch version for £729 with 5 year warranty
where please, link?
Pricespy

£719 @ Crampton and Moore including 5 year warranty (_;)
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Samsung UE55KS9000 55" Curved TV & UBDK8500 4K Blueray Player £1,199.00 @ Crampton and Moore

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£1199.00 @ Crampton & Moore
Good price for this TV with a UHD blueray player thrown in (worth £289). This model was part of Samsung's top of the range lineup, but has now been superseded by the UE55MU9000 which is £1,999 just fo… Read More
Good price for this TV with a UHD blueray player thrown in (worth £289). This model was part of Samsung's top of the range lineup, but has now been superseded by the UE55MU9000 which is £1,999 just fo…
Wadadli_Cooler Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago5 Comments
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DevilzGtr
Dusty666
Replaced mine for an LG
Lots of screen bleed and faulty one connect box.
LG seems much better.
Which LG did you go for?


Good price! Keep walking wadadli
Dusty666
Replaced mine for an LG
Lots of screen bleed and faulty one connect box.
LG seems much better.
Which LG did you go for?
Replaced mine for an LG
Lots of screen bleed and faulty one connect box.
LG seems much better.
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Samsung UE55KS9000 55 inch SUHD 4K HDR Premium Curved TV with Free 4K blue ray player (was sound bar) £1,199.00 @ Crampton & moore

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£1199.00 @ Crampton & Moore
Hopefully a good deal, includes free Samsung Sound Bar (HWJ7501). I understand OLED is superior, but price including soundbar seems good. EDIT - sound bar sold out, now free 4K blue ray player. Read More
Hopefully a good deal, includes free Samsung Sound Bar (HWJ7501). I understand OLED is superior, but price including soundbar seems good. EDIT - sound bar sold out, now free 4K blue ray player.
markbowyer Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago8 Comments
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Wadadli_Cooler
I ordered on Thursday. I think I must have got the last soundbar.

Don't let the ignoramuses voting cold bother you. This is an excellent TV and soundbar at a really good price. Add £1,000 plus to get this year's versions.

Thanks, glad you and a few others got the deal. I was budgeting a little less for a TV and sound bar combo, but for only a few hundred quid more I thought it was great. The sound bar has good reviews, so to get it for free and purpose designed for the TV is great. Hope you enjoy yours.

Edited By: markbowyer on May 21, 2017 04:06: grammar
I ordered on Thursday. I think I must have got the last soundbar.

Don't let the ignoramuses voting cold bother you. This is an excellent TV and soundbar at a really good price. Add £1,000 plus to get this year's versions.
Phoned them, the sound bars have sold out and the blue ray player is the new offer. They say the web ad is an error - guess people could press the point and try to get both. I decided to go for the offer a few days ago - they threw in delivery for free and it arrives early next week.
Looks like there might be a free Free Samsung UBDK8500 4K Player included, as well as the Free Sound bar.
I've got one, had absolutely no issues with the curve despite a few niggles myself before purchasing it. You've seen the TV yourself so you're aware of the image quality, but the decision to buy it depends on your living room/home setup. I either sit directly in front of mine, or at an angle of up to around 35-40 degrees to the side, and there's no issue with colour loss etc. Unless you're at extremely wide angles I don't think you'll have much an issue, personally.

I have to reiterate though, absolutely stunning TV. 4k HDR movies and games on the PS4 Pro look incredible.

infinione
Has anyone got one of these?
Still can't make up my mind about the curve. I'm not bothered either way so it's not a deal breaker for me. Had a look in a shop and I love the styling, and the picture quality was fantastic, but I still can't decide whether the reduction in colour when viewed from the side is going to make me regret buying it. It didn't seem THAT bad, but it's a niggle. Lot of money to spend when you have a niggle in your head!
If anyone has one in their living room, would really appreciate your comments!
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Samsung UE49KS9000 49 inch SUHD 4K HDR Premium Curved TV with free 4k bluray player £939.00 @ Crampton and moore

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note that these higher specs tv do also include a proper 4k satellite tuner. 5years warranty for only £30 Read More
note that these higher specs tv do also include a proper 4k satellite tuner. 5years warranty for only £30
neroneuk Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago9 Comments
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I'm looking for a flat screen (not curved) UE55KS8000 to place on the wall.
I don't think a curve tv will look right fixed to a wall.
MullacABZ
If anyone is looking for something bigger, the 55" version of this TV is £1200 on the same website and includes a £400 soundbar and 5 year warranty. I have been sitting on the edge of ordering this the last week.

http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/samsung-ue55ks9000-55-inch-suhd-ultra-hd-premium-curved-tv.html


People say go smaller, better price, then people say go bigger more money. Can someone just make their mind up!!? :(
If anyone is looking for something bigger, the 55" version of this TV is £1200 on the same website and includes a £400 soundbar and 5 year warranty. I have been sitting on the edge of ordering this the last week.

http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/samsung-ue55ks9000-55-inch-suhd-ultra-hd-premium-curved-tv.html
Jaybeam
49" = 16" less!
Hmmm, fair point!:D
Ripperoo
I paid a grand more for the 65" version of this TV last year and it is utterly fantastic. £939 for a few inches less? Bargain!
49" = 16" less!
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Samsung UE49MU6400 49 inch Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV @ Crampton&Moore - £729.00

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£729.00 @ Crampton & Moore
xperience superior Certified Ultra HD colour and HDR with the MU6400 Active Crystal Colour TV. With over 17 million colours in a wider colour range and a striking UHD picture, see every shade in a Read More
xperience superior Certified Ultra HD colour and HDR with the MU6400 Active Crystal Colour TV. With over 17 million colours in a wider colour range and a striking UHD picture, see every shade in a
Mac007 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago6 Comments
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KS are brighter and the premium are a lot better.
This is a great bargain and better than the ks8000:
http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/samsung-ue49ks9000-49-inch-suhd-ultra-hd-premium-curved-tv.html

Edited By: neroneuk on May 11, 2017 15:53
Cold when the 49KS7500 is the same price from the same retailer. http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/samsung-ue49ks7500-49-inch-curved-suhd-4k-quantum-dot-smart-tv.html?channel=ppc&gclid=CO2q77jW59MCFe-d7QodUAEGTw


Edited By: gazman090970 on May 11, 2017 17:03: 1
QLED is not to be confused with OLED
abigsmurf
This years MU series looks to be a rip off.

The MU7000 and up are all worse than the KS7000 (no quantum dot, no HDR certification). Even worse is they're more expensive than the 2016 models and the KS7000 has disappeared from shelves (no doubt with the 8000 soon to follow)


I agree with this.
You can upgrade to QLED with a starting price from £2k.
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Samsung 65ks7000 - 65 inch SUHD TV & K551 Soundbar - £1,399.00 @ Crampton & Moore

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£1399.00 @ Crampton & Moore
I think this is a good price for this TV, also comes with a Samsung HWK551 soundbar (was originally offering the K651, but this seems to have ended). Not the best out and out price for this TV, but w… Read More
I think this is a good price for this TV, also comes with a Samsung HWK551 soundbar (was originally offering the K651, but this seems to have ended). Not the best out and out price for this TV, but w…
Plastiks Avatar2m, 2d agoFound 2 months, 2 days ago2 Comments
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Im surprised this deal isnt hotter. Has anyone spotted this TV for a better price elsewhere?
Very good deal for an excellent package, which is tempting me!!

Are Crampton & Moore good for returns or exchanges, just in case the TV has screen issues?
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Samsung UE65KU6400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV + Samsung HWK551 3.1ch 340W Wireless Soundbar worth [£200+] for £999.00 @Crampton & Moore

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£999.00 @ Crampton & Moore
*** Decent 65" TV + branded wireless soundbar under £1K + 1.05% cashback via TCB (possibly £989)*** TV: Samsung UE65KU6400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with Freeview HD/Freesat HD & Active Cryst… Read More
*** Decent 65" TV + branded wireless soundbar under £1K + 1.05% cashback via TCB (possibly £989)*** TV: Samsung UE65KU6400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with Freeview HD/Freesat HD & Active Cryst…
Voyager Avatar2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago33 Comments
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Mathaeus
But.. it's silver :(
Racist!


Once you go black you never go back.. :)
eldresso
optical support stereo only. send uncompressed stereo from tv and let soundbar process it to 3.1


HDMI is best option anyway
optical support stereo only. send uncompressed stereo from tv and let soundbar process it to 3.1
My amp doesn't do arc and the TV only does 2.1, so for built in apps on the TV there is no way for me to get true passthrough 5.1 sound.
Bully
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Make sure you connect the soundbar with either a HDMI lead through ARC or Optical as Samsungs wireless sound connection via Bluetooth only supports 2.1 so you will not be using the centre channel.
My H series Samsung only does 2.1 though optical also and I think that's pretty standard, it does some fancy processing to up mix to 5.1, but really only 2.1, so hdmi with arc is only way to go really.
I have my HWK551 connected via optical and sounds great, will try hdmi arc but wanted to avoid that as need the hdmi port.
I'm talking about Samsung tvs. On some of their tvs (if not all) they don't output higher than proper 2.1 via optical and it's the same from other brands. The TV will up mix to give you that centre channel though.
Ok should have said i have mine connected to a KS8000,samsung told me via support optical was the best connection for sound on this specific model.
Optical is never really the best option. Hdmi and arc is equal or better. Your TV might be able to do lossy formats like Dolby Digital/DTS surround, but for next gen lossless standards like Dolby TrueHD, DTS HD, or the newest Dolby Atmos, you'll need hdmi.
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LG OLED55E6V £1,999.00 @ Crampton & Moore

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£1999.00 @ Crampton & Moore
Magic Remote Magic Remote can operate everything on the TV and set-top box at the same time using motion and voice controls. Take control of your entertainment experience with a new level of remote c… Read More
Magic Remote Magic Remote can operate everything on the TV and set-top box at the same time using motion and voice controls. Take control of your entertainment experience with a new level of remote c…
Prime_specter Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago10 Comments
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JL wouldn't price match this as you have to click on the 'get £200 off it button'.sad times lol
I bought one for £2050 from Richer Sounds yesterday with a 6 year warranty on a Price Match for this - heat from me
idbroadhurst
Cheapest it's ever been..... Yup, deffo cold :D
Yep. No negative comments and no one seems to be able to quote a better deal for this TV so yep cold!!
Considering this but have £350 Curry voucher to use up soon. They are £200 more than this deal which is frustrating.
Totally agree. after owning a Samsung 48ju7000 this is by far the better at and picture quality unbelievable. 3d totally amazing. I've not found the input lag to be a major problem at all even in non game mode.
I have this TV and it's superb.best TV I have bought and that's a great price.and 3d is great.
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LG OLED55B6V 55" OLED HDR 4K TV - with LG SH7 Soundbar and 5yr warranty @ Crampton & Moore - £1,798.99

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£1798.99 @ Crampton & Moore
Been looking post this TV for a while now but missed the last sales at around 1500-1700. Best price I've been able to find, but it looks to be starting to drop again. Just make sure you click the t… Read More
Been looking post this TV for a while now but missed the last sales at around 1500-1700. Best price I've been able to find, but it looks to be starting to drop again. Just make sure you click the t…
jarkle Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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I just checked and you cannot get the 200 pounds off anymore... Seems the offer has been pulled.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-oled55b6v-55-inch-oled-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-smart-tv-1575-poss-1537-51-with-tcb-2606182

I fell the prices would still fall. Keeping fingers crossed .. Think Easter sales would be the time to buy !
bilalha123
Was it ever at 1500 with sound bar?

I was waiting for 1500 but cheapest I saw it was 1620 from curry's but couldn't get rs price match


Said £1500 odd as I couldn't remember exactly. Pretty sure it was sub-£1,600 and obviously last month had Sky Q offer which has now lapsed.
Was it ever at 1500 with sound bar?

I was waiting for 1500 but cheapest I saw it was 1620 from curry's but couldn't get rs price match
dont.mack.me.off
David_e
Still can't get my head round a piece of technology going up in price (since last week or whenever). If it's cheaper than anywhere currently, it's hot - simple as that.
sometimes depends on exchange rate and supply/demand. £ not strong at present.


Indeed but assumed all old stock would have been in the country and paid for at post-Brexit exchange rate. Anyway, £1,500 odd incl Sky Q and soundbar was a bargain!
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Bosch Athlet Pro Animal BCH6PETGB Lithium Power Cordless Vacuum Cleaner £172.99 @ Crampton & Moore

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Been researching Cordless Vacuums and this one came up with good reviews on both John Lewis (£269.99) and Amazon (£215.13). Priced it around other sites and this appears to be a really good deal...… Read More
Been researching Cordless Vacuums and this one came up with good reviews on both John Lewis (£269.99) and Amazon (£215.13). Priced it around other sites and this appears to be a really good deal...…
DolphyDolph Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago16 Comments
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have one great performance, about 20mins on full power, plenty for a quick vacuum around.
DolphyDolph
cullies
I have one of these, brilliant and better than the Dyson
Does it convert to a handheld? If not, what's it like for doing the stairs?
You are able to detach the head and handle as there is a shoulder strap to carry the vac itself if you want to use it on the car. I have the non-pet version of this, and I would highly recommend it. The stairs shouldn't be a problem as it is cordless and very light. Have had Dyson's previously but they're not as good as they used to be.:{

Edited By: fedex1401 on Mar 14, 2017 17:33
I find cleaning as entertaining as the next bloke so I'm quick about it. I've just done a sweep of the house to pick up cat fur/fluff/crumbs etc and took under ten minutes. The carpets are clean and the tank is full so no doubt it does the job. The battery was not fully charged and it didn't run out (started on 2/3s, ended on 1/3). My wife reckons the battery is closer to 20mins on full but when would we agree on anything!?

As I said it's convenient and, to quote Wayne's World, it really does suck. As before I recommend it especially at this price.

Edited By: cmpaterson on Mar 14, 2017 12:10: Typo
cmpaterson
It does the job and yes it's quick. It's cordless after all otherwise would take a lot longer.
Still I find it hard to believe it! You say charge only lasts 10 minutes Max! So you must be literally flying around to clean five bedrooms over three floors!!! That's some going!!! oO
It does the job and yes it's quick. It's cordless after all otherwise would take a lot longer.
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SAMSUNG 65KS7500 curved tv + FREE matching soundbar £1,549.00 @ Crampton with 5 years Samsung tv warranty + 10 years screen burn guarantee

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£1549.00 @ Crampton & Moore
Earlier I saw the 55inch one on very good offer I thought this would be helpful if you want the bigger 65 inch 10BIT SUHD curved one. I bought this tv about 3 weeks ago at the same price £1549.… Read More
Earlier I saw the 55inch one on very good offer I thought this would be helpful if you want the bigger 65 inch 10BIT SUHD curved one. I bought this tv about 3 weeks ago at the same price £1549.…
Ali.Balamir Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago9 Comments
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havoc666
Curved tv's are biger fail than 3d.

Why are they? I must admit I was insure about them at first, my parents got one and I went round for a nosey and there's nothing wrong with the curve, it's very subtle and the image looks great. Convinced me to get one when I recently got a new tv, also a ks7500
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havoc666
Curved tv's are biger fail than 3d.
Speaking from a connoisseur... Once you go curved you never go back.

You have to, because they will stop produce them in next couple of years.

Edited By: havoc666 on Mar 04, 2017 20:49
Ps this is a great price. Paid £1600 for the 65KS9000... With no sound bar thrown in.
havoc666
Curved tv's are biger fail than 3d.


Speaking from a connoisseur... Once you go curved you never go back.
havoc666
Curved tv's are biger fail than 3d.


Respect your opinion
I was not sure to choose flat or curved it took me long time to decide,
But believe me who ever came to my home adored my curved 65" samsung tv, it looks awesome switched on or off
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LG OLED55B6V 55" TV - £1,628.99 @ Crampton and Moore

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£1628.99 @ Crampton & Moore
Although this was £30 cheaper only last week, Crampton and Moore have got another offer on this TV making it £1628.99 with a 5 year warranty. Simply tick the option "Save Extra £120" to get this pr… Read More
Although this was £30 cheaper only last week, Crampton and Moore have got another offer on this TV making it £1628.99 with a 5 year warranty. Simply tick the option "Save Extra £120" to get this pr…
Simong_1984 Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago9 Comments
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The new 2017 model comes out in couple of months, so the price of this 2016 model will drop like a stone come April. Patience is a virtue.
David_e
sinxa
I agree, 5 year warranty is better than 1 for sure, although majority of people have home insurance that covers their TV nowadays. Regardless, If I were you I'd call Crampton and Moore and ask them to kindly price match their own price last week.


Does home insurance give the same cover as a product warranty? Admit I've not read the small print on my policy. Who is your home insurance with?


No way as product specific as the retailers warranty at all, but mine covers damage, including but not limited to, accidental damage per item over the cost of this tv. You will find the same terms with most banks it's just a case of adding additional products to the home & content insurance. Contents insurance even covers items outside the home, for example engagement /weddings rings, laptops, mobile phones, the amount you are covered for outside the home is reflected in your monthly content insurance cost. TBH as Simon suggested I would attempt to purchase with the 5 year warranty attached, I actually did myself purchase the C6 from Currys with 5 years, I was just making people aware of the cheaper deals available for the B6 and the fact the same company were offering the same TV the week before for cheaper.
sinxa
I agree, 5 year warranty is better than 1 for sure, although majority of people have home insurance that covers their TV nowadays. Regardless, If I were you I'd call Crampton and Moore and ask them to kindly price match their own price last week.


Does home insurance give the same cover as a product warranty? Admit I've not read the small print on my policy. Who is your home insurance with?
I agree, 5 year warranty is better than 1 for sure, although majority of people have home insurance that covers their TV nowadays. Regardless, If I were you I'd call Crampton and Moore and ask them to kindly price match their own price last week.

Edited By: sinxa on Feb 12, 2017 16:38: Typo
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sinxa
Was £100 cheaper from same company last week, can buy cheaper elsewhere currently
It was on sale last week at £1598.99, so £30 cheaper than this deal.
I also realise you can buy it cheaper, but without the 5 year warranty. Unless you know somewhere offering it less with a decent warranty?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/argos-lg-oled55b6v-55inch-ultra-hd-smart-oled-tv-1574-10-argos-2614651 Argos £1574

That doesn't have a 5 year warranty mind. I would have thought most people would pay the extra ~£60 for an extra 4 year warranty, especially given the price of the TV. But based on the way people are voting, I guess not.

Edited By: Simong_1984 on Feb 12, 2017 15:40
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Samsung UE49KS7000 49 inch SUHD 4K HDR Quantum dot Smart TV (w/ 5 year warranty) @ Crampton & Moore - £799.00

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Finally back to its Black Friday price people, and in stock... at a reputable dealer, with multiple stores across West Yorkshire AND with a proper 5 year warranty. Read More
Finally back to its Black Friday price people, and in stock... at a reputable dealer, with multiple stores across West Yorkshire AND with a proper 5 year warranty.
evilhomeruk Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago59 Comments
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Disco.Dave
Wonder why they call them SUHD I thought that was for 8k

Zactly.. mind games... they then 'invented' QLED hoping that the short-sighted won't notice the Q and think it's a Samsung OLED telly, despite the new models being edge-lit LED with turbo boosted brightness.
Wonder why they call them SUHD I thought that was for 8k
TK42
This or the Panasonic TX-50DX750B ?
I went with the 50DX700B because 3D wasn't something I was invested in, so for £150 less went for the 700B.
Funny how many people here are in the same boat regarding this model.

Been almost like a poker game hoping for it to drop then bloody brexit came along and prices went the other way. Typical.

Why did Samsung chop the 60" model from the range from the KS8000 upwards? The KS7000 has a 49/55/60/65 option but the higher end models all jump from 55" to 65" ??
Hullfella1
Can someone tell me how far apart the feet are please.

102 centimetres.
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Hisense H55M7000 55 Inch Smart 4K ULED TV With HDR & Freeview £620.10 @ Crampton & Moore

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Cheapest I can see for this. Great TV, John Lewis will price match with 5 year warranty - imagine Richer Sounds too. Read More
Cheapest I can see for this. Great TV, John Lewis will price match with 5 year warranty - imagine Richer Sounds too.
scurrie Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago52 Comments
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I got mine last month from JL with full price of 699.
Is it possible to get some refund ?
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Debating if to get an hdr 4k TV or a 1080p projector even though I am only an occasional movie and sports watcher. I wanna ask few questions if I may to distinguish between the picture quality of 4ktv and 1080p projector.
Would the image quality of hisense 4k hdr 55m7000 be far superior to Epson tw5300 and vise versa.
Is 55 inches TV big enough to enjoy movie on?
Is it okay to get 4k hdr TV now or wait for the technology to improve further?
I'd say that all depends on how close you'll be sitting.
I have both and the projector always provides more wow factor, but then I probably don't sit near enough to my 55" to get the full benefit of 4k.
The room is 2.8m wide by 3.8m long. In your opinion since you have both. Which is more superior in picture quality: your projector or 4kTV. I am guessing your projector is 1080p.
The 4k TV is far superior to the 1080p projector of you sit at the right distance. I sit too far from my TV to get the full benefit of 4k, which is why i think the projector gives more 120" wow!
What would be the ideal distance to sit from TV to see the full benefits of 4k. Do you think a 55 or 58 inches is too big for a room of 2.8 and 3.8.
Well, it all depends on your eyesight and the size of screen as well as the definition.
The increase in definition that we're seeing in TV is partly driven by the increase in screen-size - as the screen gets bigger lower definition becomes more apparent and looks worse (hence a lot of large screen TV's looking rubbish with standard definition TV broadcasts. If we still had 28" TV's then the increased definition wouldn't be necessary.
If you have perfect eyesight (i.e. 20:20) then there is a (less than scientific) diagram doing the rounds that gives a good indication of the distance to rationalisation ratio. The basic gist is the further away you sit the larger the screen to see the effects of HD, and especially UHD......the problem is that the drop off is quite sudden, but generally you don't really notice when you're watching something as the content should be taking your attention - however, if you suddenly get up and walk towards the screen then you see it come back and notice how good it looks.
120" HD through a projector just looks awesome (I've had a projector since the Panny PTA200 in about 2000), but you won't get the blacks that TV owners seem to go mad about.....and it's not quite as practical, especially in daytime viewing.
With a screen that big, I bet you don't go cinema no more. I saw the Epson tw5300 on YouTube and the picture seems to be really good which is why am debating if to get a 55 /58 4k TV or a 1080p projector.
My current projector is an option a hdx141, which is a great budget model. You need to be careful with throw distances when you have a confined space as some of the lower end models don't offer much flexibility.
Picture quality is great, but bear in mind the increased size of each pixel.
If I was to get a projector, I probably won't want no more than 80 to 84 inches diagonal.
You'll find they come as either short throw or long throw - short throw gives a large picture from a short distance, whereas long-throw needs to be further back. They normally have a zoom and lens shift so you can adjust the picture from where you have the projector positioned, however, if the zoom isn't flexible (as per my projector) then you really need to think about where you put it and how big a screen you need (or if you're going to just project onto a wall).
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Debating if to get an hdr 4k TV or a 1080p projector even though I am only an occasional movie and sports watcher. I wanna ask few questions if I may to distinguish between the picture quality of 4ktv and 1080p projector.
Would the image quality of hisense 4k hdr 55m7000 be far superior to Epson tw5300 and vise versa.
Is 55 inches TV big enough to enjoy movie on?
Is it okay to get 4k hdr TV now or wait for the technology to improve further?
I'd say that all depends on how close you'll be sitting.
I have both and the projector always provides more wow factor, but then I probably don't sit near enough to my 55" to get the full benefit of 4k.
The room is 2.8m wide by 3.8m long. In your opinion since you have both. Which is more superior in picture quality: your projector or 4kTV. I am guessing your projector is 1080p.
The 4k TV is far superior to the 1080p projector of you sit at the right distance. I sit too far from my TV to get the full benefit of 4k, which is why i think the projector gives more 120" wow!
What would be the ideal distance to sit from TV to see the full benefits of 4k. Do you think a 55 or 58 inches is too big for a room of 2.8 and 3.8.
Well, it all depends on your eyesight and the size of screen as well as the definition.
The increase in definition that we're seeing in TV is partly driven by the increase in screen-size - as the screen gets bigger lower definition becomes more apparent and looks worse (hence a lot of large screen TV's looking rubbish with standard definition TV broadcasts. If we still had 28" TV's then the increased definition wouldn't be necessary.
If you have perfect eyesight (i.e. 20:20) then there is a (less than scientific) diagram doing the rounds that gives a good indication of the distance to rationalisation ratio. The basic gist is the further away you sit the larger the screen to see the effects of HD, and especially UHD......the problem is that the drop off is quite sudden, but generally you don't really notice when you're watching something as the content should be taking your attention - however, if you suddenly get up and walk towards the screen then you see it come back and notice how good it looks.
120" HD through a projector just looks awesome (I've had a projector since the Panny PTA200 in about 2000), but you won't get the blacks that TV owners seem to go mad about.....and it's not quite as practical, especially in daytime viewing.
With a screen that big, I bet you don't go cinema no more. I saw the Epson tw5300 on YouTube and the picture seems to be really good which is why am debating if to get a 55 /58 4k TV or a 1080p projector.
My current projector is an option a hdx141, which is a great budget model. You need to be careful with throw distances when you have a confined space as some of the lower end models don't offer much flexibility.
Picture quality is great, but bear in mind the increased size of each pixel.

If I was to get a projector, I probably won't want no more than 80 to 84 inches diagonal.
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Debating if to get an hdr 4k TV or a 1080p projector even though I am only an occasional movie and sports watcher. I wanna ask few questions if I may to distinguish between the picture quality of 4ktv and 1080p projector.
Would the image quality of hisense 4k hdr 55m7000 be far superior to Epson tw5300 and vise versa.
Is 55 inches TV big enough to enjoy movie on?
Is it okay to get 4k hdr TV now or wait for the technology to improve further?
I'd say that all depends on how close you'll be sitting.
I have both and the projector always provides more wow factor, but then I probably don't sit near enough to my 55" to get the full benefit of 4k.
The room is 2.8m wide by 3.8m long. In your opinion since you have both. Which is more superior in picture quality: your projector or 4kTV. I am guessing your projector is 1080p.
The 4k TV is far superior to the 1080p projector of you sit at the right distance. I sit too far from my TV to get the full benefit of 4k, which is why i think the projector gives more 120" wow!
What would be the ideal distance to sit from TV to see the full benefits of 4k. Do you think a 55 or 58 inches is too big for a room of 2.8 and 3.8.
Well, it all depends on your eyesight and the size of screen as well as the definition.
The increase in definition that we're seeing in TV is partly driven by the increase in screen-size - as the screen gets bigger lower definition becomes more apparent and looks worse (hence a lot of large screen TV's looking rubbish with standard definition TV broadcasts. If we still had 28" TV's then the increased definition wouldn't be necessary.
If you have perfect eyesight (i.e. 20:20) then there is a (less than scientific) diagram doing the rounds that gives a good indication of the distance to rationalisation ratio. The basic gist is the further away you sit the larger the screen to see the effects of HD, and especially UHD......the problem is that the drop off is quite sudden, but generally you don't really notice when you're watching something as the content should be taking your attention - however, if you suddenly get up and walk towards the screen then you see it come back and notice how good it looks.
120" HD through a projector just looks awesome (I've had a projector since the Panny PTA200 in about 2000), but you won't get the blacks that TV owners seem to go mad about.....and it's not quite as practical, especially in daytime viewing.
With a screen that big, I bet you don't go cinema no more. I saw the Epson tw5300 on YouTube and the picture seems to be really good which is why am debating if to get a 55 /58 4k TV or a 1080p projector.
My current projector is an option a hdx141, which is a great budget model. You need to be careful with throw distances when you have a confined space as some of the lower end models don't offer much flexibility.
Picture quality is great, but bear in mind the increased size of each pixel.
Also purchased via John Lewis. I've received a 5 year guarantee already. All I need to do is to email them once it arrives with my case number to process a refund to take it to £620.

Thanks OP
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Just a heads up - This had expired but Crampton and Moore are currently offering £120 off making it £1628.99. John Lewis were able to price match over live chat provided you place the order over the phone.
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Look what I found at CES 2017, Sony are rejoining the competition. No more LG monopolistic pricing for OLED. http://i.imgur.com/Z7pmmxF.jpg
True, but you do know the panels will be produced by LG.
Now I may be wrong but I'm pretty sure Sony were the first to release OLED and they made the screen themselves.
Sony did produce the first OLED TV back in 2008. It was a fabulously expensive $2,500 for a low res 11" screen. I don't think that there were any follow up consumer sets. Sony still produce professional OLED monitors - the largest of which is 30". You can get the Sony BVM-X300 for about £30,000 or opt for the "budget" PVM version for only £20,000.

So far LG are the only company that seem to have cracked the problem of how to make large screen OLEDs at "affordable" prices.

The panels in the 55" and 65" Sony OLED are indeed made by LG Display. The same applies to the upcoming Panasonic OLEDs.

That shouldn't be too much of a surprise as neither Sony or Panasonic are one of the big display screen manufacturers (such as LG, Samsung and Hisense) and buy in all of their LCD screens too.


LG didn't crack it, Kodak did. LG bought the Kodaks OLED unit which included WRGB filter for OLED rights. This allows them to achieve much better yields.

LG are miles ahead in OLED, such a canny purchase by them.
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Look what I found at CES 2017, Sony are rejoining the competition. No more LG monopolistic pricing for OLED. http://i.imgur.com/Z7pmmxF.jpg
True, but you do know the panels will be produced by LG.
Now I may be wrong but I'm pretty sure Sony were the first to release OLED and they made the screen themselves.
Sony did produce the first OLED TV back in 2008. It was a fabulously expensive $2,500 for a low res 11" screen. I don't think that there were any follow up consumer sets. Sony still produce professional OLED monitors - the largest of which is 30". You can get the Sony BVM-X300 for about £30,000 or opt for the "budget" PVM version for only £20,000.

So far LG are the only company that seem to have cracked the problem of how to make large screen OLEDs at "affordable" prices.

The panels in the 55" and 65" Sony OLED are indeed made by LG Display. The same applies to the upcoming Panasonic OLEDs.

That shouldn't be too much of a surprise as neither Sony or Panasonic are one of the big display screen manufacturers (such as LG, Samsung and Hisense) and buy in all of their LCD screens too.
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In the pics of the back of this TV the mounting points are at the lower thicker portion of the set! If they were indeed at the slimmer top portion it wouldn't be as much of a problem for me but counting the thickness of a bracket on top of the thickness of the lower part of the TV makes it protrude that much more from the wall, which is not what one would expect from a TV in this price range!
As a side note it's not looking good for HDR Game mode...http://i.imgur.com/UVhtaCe.png

LG have given a different response every time someone asks about it, so i would take that with a grain of salt. What is pretty clear is that the guys on the 'Help Desk' don't really know :D

The fact is, there is another fix in the pipeline for a sound buzzing issue, furthermore the HDR update in US has a bug.

a new firmware with all the above fixes and the HDR game mode is more likely

LG are no doubt bored of everyone contacting them about it, but there is no doubt it is coming, it's possible to install the US version with some jiggery pokery with files if you really were that impatient, but why bother when there is another bug fix on the way!

And yeah i just looked at the wallmount, and it is attached to the part you said... but its pretty impossible to attach a wallmount to the thin part as there is nowhere for the screws to go!

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Feb 08, 2017 21:37: a
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I just saw this compared to the KS7000 and this TV is really unremarkable....
It has high latency so it sucks for gaming, it has image retention so you cannot use it as a monitor, it's grey uniformity sucks, the colour gamut is less than the KS7000.....
The only thing it has it beat in is black levels, but I've owned a KS7000 and black is black, unless you turn it up to 20 brightness in the settings and turn off all lights.. which never happens, just let the TV automatically do it.
That said I sent my KS7000 back because I was unhappy with the 20ms of latency, which is still a hell of a lot better than this OLED which is 50+...
I just went back to monitors, I dunno how people put up with latency, my Monitor has a combined figure of 4ms lol.
Clueless..... troll post.
This TV does not suffer from image retention, even if you turn off the pixel shift feature the TV dims considerably when no motion is detected.
Oh, and LG B6 has a new update for HDR game mode which halves the latency
P.S if you were losing a lot when gaming, it's probably because you suck and not due to any latency.
Talking about grey uniformity, (or DSE) the KS7000 is amongst the worse! - so you HAVE to be joking here.
DId you enjoy your crushed blacks, crushed whites and inferior image quality on your 'on a budget and can't afford a real 4k TV' Samsung KS7000?? :D
In the US the LG B6 has an update that reduces HDR latency, not in the U.K. though right!?
EDIT: Just found my deal breaker... This TV looks like a terrible set to be wall mounted, which is essential for me! Ok yeah it's incredibly thin at the top, but what is the point in that when the bottom is as thick as a plasma? My five year old Samsung LED is thinner than the B6 :|
Terrible design in my opinion, and one that has been addressed in the new models coming next month. And what's with the B rating energy efficiency, this is a 2016 TV is it not, or am I missing something?
Sorry but after digging a little deeper this TV is looking more and more like an early adopters set. Lag, Judder, Stutter, Image Retention, Bad Efficiency, Low Brightness, Bad design for mounting, Expensive.
Don't want to upset or offend current owners and yes the picture quality is arguably the main consideration and this TV looks amazing in that department, but as a prospective buyer I have to weigh it all up.
Guess I'll be waiting a few years after all oO
It's fine wall mounted, the same as my previous Samsung UE55D8000 with regards to the gap from the wall and the TV, and the samsung was thin all over.....plus the mounting bracket actually attaches to the slim part of this TV. Unless using a very low profile wall mount would that be an issue.
The TV is this thicker at the bottom due to Harmon Kardon 40w speakers
The TV energy ratings have changed over the years, and OLED will use more power then a TV which is illuminated just by the edges, obviously. But it's stil pretty low consumption
My set has no judder, stutter or image retention, and is eye wateringly bright, it's too bright for me and i have to hit the OLED lighting down to around 60/100. Samsung would have you believe that more nits equals better picture, only fools believe this.
Early adopters?? OLED is a few years old now.... :D:D
I think you have been reading problems from people who had faulty sets, or using Store Mode settings
You can google ANY TV and find people with issues
Expensive, you get what you pay for, miles ahead in image quality from anything else.
With respect, you don't know what you're talking about.
I probably don't lol, but there's one thing I am sure of... common sense. To make a TV super slim (at the top) and brag as much, only to have it as thick as any other set at the bottom, is a little silly tbh. Why bother.
I would think it makes much more sense to leave the speakers off of the main TV, especially considering a lot of people use surround sound set ups or sound bars anyway!? Sacrifice profile for rear firing speakers that will never provide the best sound anyway oO

Who has been bragging about how slim it is?

Not sure about you, but i don't care how slim the TV is, what matters most is the picture quality.

As i said, the wallmount fixes to the slim part of the TV, if that wasn't the case then i could see an issue but as it stands the TV is mounted pretty close to the wall for my liking and i certainly wouldn't need it any closer.

I think you may be forgetting this is an ENTRY LEVEL OLED model?? most people who opt for this are the same who complain about the sound being poor, the threads i could link to on here are endless! LG have simply catered for the masses. If you want a slimmer TV try the next model up!


In the pics of the back of this TV the mounting points are at the lower thicker portion of the set! If they were indeed at the slimmer top portion it wouldn't be as much of a problem for me but counting the thickness of a bracket on top of the thickness of the lower part of the TV makes it protrude that much more from the wall, which is not what one would expect from a TV in this price range!

As a side note it's not looking good for HDR Game mode...
http://i.imgur.com/UVhtaCe.png

Edited By: mattoligy on Feb 08, 2017 20:46: Typo
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Would the 4k and 1080p of this TV or any other 4k and 1080p be far, far superior than Epson tw5300 or any other projector for that matter. Can't decide if to get a projector or 4k tv.
Thanks for the effort though
Just saw this deal was posted yesterday. Oh well.
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I bought one for £609 from AO.com. Really happy with it too. great picture
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TV come , looks amazing and sounds amazing!!!! bargain for the money
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thanks really tempted now!
TV come , looks amazing and sounds amazing!!!! bargain for the money
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Ordered mine from JL as they price matched it :P


let us know what you think!
Ordered mine from JL as they price matched it :P
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Would Currys price match this (£1312) also? Then could you use code TV100 for £100 off the £1312 = £1212...? Anyone? If so and if they price match I'd take that price to JL to buy.

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Just received an email off John Lewis and they accepted the price match! Thanks very much for the advice :)
Was this Crampton & Moore price with Blue ray player and 5yr warranty that you get with JL?
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Get same price match at Currys and use TV100 code at checkout for 100 off TVs over 1000? Bracket20 code for 20% off wall brackets? Samsungcurved100 code for 100 off soundbar at same time as you buy a TV. Selectedaudio10 for 10% off soundbars.
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Just received an email off John Lewis and they accepted the price match! Thanks very much for the advice :)

Was this Crampton & Moore price with Blue ray player and 5yr warranty that you get with JL?
Ok are JL giving the free blue ray player with this price match aswell (1312.20) as its 1499 with the blue ray (same with Currys).
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I know the deal has expired now but as someone who owns the LG 55B6 it has known issues with the internal speaker. When sound is set to 1 volume or above you can hear hiss from the speakers quite noticeable. You have to put volume up to at least 12 to drown out the hiss noise. If you have the audio going through a soundbar however it is a non-issue. (whether your willing to accept this fault on a £1500 to £1700 TV is up to you!)
I am going to upgrade to the E6 because of this issue.
Whether it affects ALL B6's I dont know, although there are multiple reports of this issue from B6's owners on AVforums.
Has this issue been resolved? We're thinking of buying this model. Many thanks
Was apparently solved with the latest firmware update [04.31.10], mine has never exhibited the fault.
Thank you
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I know the deal has expired now but as someone who owns the LG 55B6 it has known issues with the internal speaker. When sound is set to 1 volume or above you can hear hiss from the speakers quite noticeable. You have to put volume up to at least 12 to drown out the hiss noise. If you have the audio going through a soundbar however it is a non-issue. (whether your willing to accept this fault on a £1500 to £1700 TV is up to you!)


I am going to upgrade to the E6 because of this issue.
Whether it affects ALL B6's I dont know, although there are multiple reports of this issue from B6's owners on AVforums.
Has this issue been resolved? We're thinking of buying this model. Many thanks

Was apparently solved with the latest firmware update [04.31.10], mine has never exhibited the fault.
drokkster
I know the deal has expired now but as someone who owns the LG 55B6 it has known issues with the internal speaker. When sound is set to 1 volume or above you can hear hiss from the speakers quite noticeable. You have to put volume up to at least 12 to drown out the hiss noise. If you have the audio going through a soundbar however it is a non-issue. (whether your willing to accept this fault on a £1500 to £1700 TV is up to you!)
I am going to upgrade to the E6 because of this issue.
Whether it affects ALL B6's I dont know, although there are multiple reports of this issue from B6's owners on AVforums.
Has this issue been resolved? We're thinking of buying this model. Many thanks
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I seem to have a grainy image on dark areas, i don't recall this when i bought the TV i hope its not faulty the issue is with so many different inputs and quality of TV channels and downloads theres no way to be sure whats causing it, it may even be my amp because everything is routed through my amp. Im not sure how my amp should be configured, i have a Onkyo 636 and at the minute i have it set to through mode as i have a Projector. Im also unsure on the TV what picture size should be chosen is it original 16 by 9 should just scan be on. Id love to know the cause of the grain, its not present on day time scenes just dark or night time and not always. I was going to have it calibrated professionally but the worry that there's something wrong and spending £300 on a faulty TV would be throwing your money down the drain. If anyone has had theirs done or has a great picture could they please post their settings it would be a great help to me to test the TV and i know they are all different but it would be a good starting point.


https://www.avforums.com/review/lg-b6-oled55b6v-uhd-4k-hdr-oled-tv-review.13023
This has a video with recommended settings
this can be had at very for same price interest free with 10% credit back to acount