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10% off all Samsung 9000 series SUHD at Crampton & Moore (e.g. UE55KS9000 £1312.20)

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Following on from their 10% off OLED (which expired yesterday), Crampton and Moore have a new 10% offer on all Samsung 9000 series SUHD. Some examples: Samsung UE49KS9000, was £1,298.99. Today £…
Kraken Avatar6d, 6h agoFound 6 days, 6 hours ago10 Comments
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One star reviews are usually great for comedy value. I like the one star review from someone who refused to pay 5p for a bag and so returned their £450 purchase.
cleverguy12
ezzer72
cleverguy12
amazing price but I'm waiting for John Lewis to drop their price :)
Why??https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
​Who actually reads trust pilot? I go by experience and not fake reviews

Well for fake reviews, they sure get a lot of replies from John Lewis representatives...
cleverguy12
Just received an email off John Lewis and they accepted the price match! Thanks very much for the advice :)

No worries :)
ezzer72
cleverguy12
amazing price but I'm waiting for John Lewis to drop their price :)

Why??

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com


​Who actually reads trust pilot? I go by experience and not fake reviews
cleverguy12
amazing price but I'm waiting for John Lewis to drop their price :)

Why??

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
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LG OLED B6 55" TV OLED55B6V with 12mth SkyQ and 5yr warranty £1,574.09 @ C&M

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Use code oled10 - also valid on all other LG OLED models. 5 year warranty. Excellent retailer. 12month Sky Q offer. Low latency HDR game mode firmware now available for the B6 models yielding
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polly69
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
polly69
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.

Is it like film grain or is it more blocky? If it's blocky then it'll just be the source that you're feeding it, low bit rate sources do tend to do that.
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.
Was offered this tv through a scheme at work in June last year for £1400. My mrs said no so I never got it gutted. The retail price was 2800 then and even then the prices in shops coming no where near that price. I'll deffo be getting a tv this year through the scheme. The Mrs can lump it. Good price still though heat
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LG OLED65E6V - Crampton and Moore - £3,284.09

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You can get 10% OFF on all OLED TVs i was interested in E6 Series which mean if you use Code OLED10 at checkout then price will be reduced to £3284.09 OLED65E6 is one of the best and top rated mod…
telcoengr Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago7 Comments
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Code OLED10 is now expired !
Yeah that's the B6 no 3D or Soundbar. Also slightly more Lag in HDR game mode.
David_e
55" comes out at £1619 with discount which is as cheap as I've seen it.

You mean £2,204.09 mate. Unless you mistaking this for the B6 model?

Heat added to the OP as this is a crackling dealfor this set, sadly it will stay cold as most people wont see why a 65" TV would fetch this much

Edited By: slliw on Jan 15, 2017 15:03
55" comes out at £1619 with discount which is as cheap as I've seen it.
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why is this cold is it because it's not a hisense junk
No1_Dave
goonerfan
RS wouldn't price match

Hi, did RS say they only won't match this particular model(B6) with the code? Or they won't price match any model with the code?

Was hoping to get them to pricematch another model up.


They would price match any with the code
You can't now. They increased the TV prices since the op posted
idbroadhurst
code also works for the 55incher.
makes that £1574.09......bargain :)
When I add the tv too the basket and apply the voucher is comes out at £1619.09, How do I get to £1574.09?
goonerfan
RS wouldn't price match

Hi, did RS say they only won't match this particular model(B6) with the code? Or they won't price match any model with the code?

Was hoping to get them to pricematch another model up.
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Hisense H55M7000 55 Inch ULED TV £649.99 @ Crampton & Moore

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Price matched at £649.99 with John Lewis and get a 5 year guarantee.
chrispaps12 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago44 Comments
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Now back down to £649.99
Back up to £689.
terry82517
fizz4u
Many people are complaining of judder on the 7000 see JL and AV forum reviews. And besides costs £250+ more (if your lucky)


Maybe the shops/samsung were very aware of the judder problems with the 7000 series and that's why they were so cheap over Xmas, trying to get rid of them and hope ppl wouldn't notice? Maybe?


'Maybe' your right. I went into JL and the sales advisor said he was getting fed up of people returning these sets and advised me to go for a hisense instead. Am just pondering whether to bite the bullet on this model or go for the 65" version m5500 / m5510 for an extra £50 decisions decisions !
fizz4u
Many people are complaining of judder on the 7000 see JL and AV forum reviews. And besides costs £250+ more (if your lucky)


Maybe the shops/samsung were very aware of the judder problems with the 7000 series and that's why they were so cheap over Xmas, trying to get rid of them and hope ppl wouldn't notice? Maybe?
abhijitdash123
Very hot as the panel is 10 bit (unlike other tvs that are only 8 bit) and you cant beat this TV on picture quality. Beats most flagship tele from big brands.
See the discussion forums on av forum and other websites :-)

No it's not, it's 8-bit+FRC, not the same as true 10-bit. Not that it matters in respect to HDR, it doesn't get anywhere near the 1000nits required. It's still a good TV but there is an issue with skin tones. I returned mine for this reason (and some bad bleed), as no matter how much I tinkered with the settings, I couldn't get it right across all sources. May be a firmware issue, but I wasn't going to chance it.
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Hisense HE65K5510 65" 4K HDR LED TV @ Crampton and Moore - £719.00

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This is my first post in 5 years, so any help would be greatly appreciated! I think this is a brilliant deal, a 65 inch 4K HDR TV. It received a glowing review on AVForums (9/10) and for its price…
nabeel6235 Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago13 Comments
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ppw373
Have had this TV for 2 weeks. Fantastic value for a 65 inch set. looks amazing on the wall and loads of compliments about the picture and sound. I had this price matched at JL and have a 5 year warranty included. JL are really easy to deal with and delivery guys are fantastic...can't recommend highly enough


Don't JL do the m5500 version though? It's the Same TV, just a different colour. Did they price match even though they have different model numbers?
Did anyone get this tv after?
Phoned RS they said they will price match this , sadly no stock anywhere near me.
good tv loads of tv for the cash but mines had lines going down the screen seems 2 be a few with the same fault but a good deal
Good find.
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Hisense H65M7000 £1,029.00 @ Crampton & Moore

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Crampton and Moore seem to be undercutting the rest of the field on this model at the moment. I'm waiting for it to go sub £1000 though. I would be interested in anyone's thoughts regarding this TV.…
lady111 Avatar4w, 11h agoFound 4 weeks, 11 hours ago19 Comments
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Now expired.
bhoy78
Got this tv for xmas, fantastic picture and looks stunningly well built. New to smart TV's, updated to firmware G8016 which gives me HDR in the picture selection menu. Can anyone confirm in amazon video does not yet let you select HDR for Hisense TV's?
It looks like a 4k picture but I cannot select HDR.
Also have a netbox running pulse if anyone can point me in the direction of a build that I can try that has 4k streams, desperate to try HDR as 4k without it selected is mind blowing a big step up from my lg 60 plasma.
Final question I have an external hard drive that I have yet to open, if I download 4k movies can you just plug the hard drive into the tv and play them that way?
Thanks
yes down load some hdr demos they look great
I emailed John Lewis to price match and they refused me,

Thank you for your email regarding your price match query.

Regrettably we only price match with retailers who have a high street presence.

We will be unable to price match without filling these credentials.
Interesting Av forum review

Edited By: Mrepg on Dec 27, 2016 17:58
lady111
nzadok
If John Lewis price match, think I'll go for it
​I'd be interested to know.
JL price match Crampton & Moore
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Samsung UE60KS7000 60" LCD TV + FREE Samsung UBDK8500 Player @ Crampton & Moore £1,278.99 £1,278.99

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Samsung UE60KS7000 60" LCD TV + FREE Samsung UBDK8500 Player @ Crampton & Moore £1,278.99 you need to click the * check boxes *Save Extra £20 *Free UBDK8500 4K Blu Ray Player -----------------…
Magila Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago7 Comments
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Think you struck lucky there, in which case you got a very good deal, good on ya!
ttra888
cold 1299 in John Lewis with 5 yr guarantee
this has 5yrs warranty also

zetecrob
The 4k blu ray player is half price @ £149 if bought with the TV, not free.

was free when i ordered
http://i.imgur.com/SsG0DGU.jpg
zetecrob
The 4k blu ray player is half price @ £149 if bought with the TV, not free.


​if that's the case then why would anyone pay 150 for a blu ray player
The 4k blu ray player is half price @ £149 if bought with the TV, not free.
cold 1299 in John Lewis with 5 yr guarantee
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Hisense H55M7000 55 Inch Smart 4K ULED TV With HDR & Freeview HD - Silver £629.99 @ Crampton & Moore

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looks the cheapest I have found for this TV which has pretty good reviews. cheaper than the AO deal up a few days ago. never heard of the seller though. 2 year gaurente though. perhaps others will…
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£689 now.
Lowered again to 649.99 at Crampton and Moore. Not as good a discount as before but better than 699.99
same here @jakeyboy4398....
Thanks OP a bit convoluted but I managed to get JL to price match Crampton & Moore before the price went back up and then Richersounds matched the JL price match for me. Picked up the TV earlier and very impressed.
I sent JL a price match yesterday when it was 629.99 but this tv has now gone up and I have only just had a reply so they refused based on the fact it is now 699.99 at crampton and moore :(
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10% off Samsung UE75KS8000 75 inch @ Crampton and Moore £3,329.10 with code

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My first post so be kind! I had my eye on this tv for a while and whilst doing a search on price spy it came up with this best price. Using code 10tv this will give you a 10% discount and plus Cramp…
indigowest2004 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago48 Comments
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OOS
if your in the market for a 75inch TV I would recommend the hisense 75M7900
it's a out standing TV
and at almost half the cost of the Samsung Imo it's a no brainer
blacks and the colors are fantastic HD picture is quality and the 4k will blow you away
input lag at 32 ms so gaming is faultless
looked at this and the Sony 75 inch before making my purchase so glad I went for the hisense
saved my self £2000




Edited By: Pokerkingbouch on Dec 29, 2016 19:58: spelling
indigowest2004
update: I rang Crampton and Moore and i asked them if they could give me the free samsung 4k player as a good will gesture and they agreed! arrived this morning. I'm well pleased what a great company this is, thank you Crampton and Moore.
Happy days
update: I rang Crampton and Moore and i asked them if they could give me the free samsung 4k player as a good will gesture and they agreed! arrived this morning. I'm well pleased what a great company this is, thank you Crampton and Moore.
Jees, I can't begin to imagine how big this thing must be. I've just recently upgraded to a 55in OLED and that's big enough!!!
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Samsung UE49KS7000 £899 (£849.00 with code) @ Crampton & Moore

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Like the recent Richer Sounds post, £899/£999 is the new normal since Black Friday :( Includes 5 Year Warranty. To claim the £50 discount there is a flag on the right hand side of the screen, than…
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Its been as low as £769 within the last 2 weeks, so as already suggested you might want to wait and see whats around boxing day sales
evilhomeruk
philm87
was £800 in Curry's on Black Friday, might be worth waiting for boxing day sales to see if they drop it again. would have bought it if it wasn't for the stand.
I thought you meant the queues for the till.

I'm going to use a long-reach wall mount because of the same issue https://www.amazon.co.uk/Invision®-Wall-Mount-Bracket-Cantilever/dp/B00393KNVQ/


​ brilliant, thanks for that link. didn't realise you could get wall mounts that came out that far. My other option was to wait for the KS8000 to drop in price, or to get a refurb.
philm87
was £800 in Curry's on Black Friday, might be worth waiting for boxing day sales to see if they drop it again. would have bought it if it wasn't for the stand.
I thought you meant the queues for the till.

I'm going to use a long-reach wall mount because of the same issue https://www.amazon.co.uk/Invision®-Wall-Mount-Bracket-Cantilever/dp/B00393KNVQ/
was £800 in Curry's on Black Friday, might be worth waiting for boxing day sales to see if they drop it again. would have bought it if it wasn't for the stand.
No voucher, on the web page there is a selectable "extra £50 off"
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10% off all Sonos with code - twin pack Play 1 £269.99 at crampton and moore

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Crampton and Moore are doing 10% off all Sonos products with code SONOS10. In particular, I thought the twin pack of Play:1 speakers for £269.99 was a great deal. Code applies to all products thou…
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Out of stock
stevendowsett
Ive just bought a playbar and noticed the exact same thing where the bass drops off the higher in volume, not even at high levels either. I cant believe the only way around that is to buy a dedicated sub, the playbar is obviously capable of producing bass, just wish sonos would give you more control over what it does.
I think with the PlayBar, the Sub is even more important. After all, you're after that 5.1 type setup? With the .1 being the Sub, giving you 3.1 with PlayBar but right now, you only have 3.0.

Like I said, if it's in your budget, the Sub is a must. It's probably one of the best Subs out there too, with its only downfall being, you can only use it with Sonos. I'd have saved and bought another for my Denon AVR if it worked with it. It's really that good.

Any of you peeps whom already own the Sub; a must hear track to really test it out: Unison (Knife Party Mix) by Porter Robinson. It's on Soundcloud. I appreciate the song might not be to everyone's taste but, by god does it make your Sub sing!
Ive just bought a playbar and noticed the exact same thing where the bass drops off the higher in volume, not even at high levels either. I cant believe the only way around that is to buy a dedicated sub, the playbar is obviously capable of producing bass, just wish sonos would give you more control over what it does.
Have to wholeheartedly agree with most of the gents on here, the Sonos sub is a must for any setup you wish to compile.

Its a fantastic piece of kit, agreed its price heavy, but worth every penny. Its completely unlike any sub I have used before, where it produces fantastic clear deep sound, but you can have your hand on the unit and it produce not rattle or rumble movement. I have teamed mine up with the soundbar, having purchased 2 additional play 1's for other rooms in the house, and the sub & playbar are a great combination. All thee talk of limited inputs is void when you here the quality of sound it produces (regardless of source material).

Big plus to this whole Sonos setup thing is the updates over wifi, using the app seamlessly, and the ease of setting up rooms/speaker arrangements. Very happy with all my Sonos stuff, and can see the addiction in purchasing more and more for every room in your home.
Yeah the sonos sub is pretty beefy but it's ludicrously expensive. Still, if it makes you happy then it's worth whatever it costs I suppose :)
You can of course plug any active sub into a sonos connect or connect amp, buying speakers and your own sub would be my preferred method because I'm a cheapskate and I'd buy a bunch of stuff on ebay for pennies. But the all-sonos option is undoubtedly easy and gives you control of your sub settings and EQ direct in the app.
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Hisense HE65K5510UWTS 65 TV, now £715.00 inc free delivery at Crampton and Moore

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Still cheaper at Amazon when I last checked, but... C&M has real physical shops so can be price matched with John Lewis.. Which I have done! I have the email back confirming the price match, and so…
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jamin100
This was £699 at Crampton and Moore yesterday (without codes) as I've had John Lewis price match it :)
I did check the price in Crampton & Moore yesterday and most of the time, the price was £715 and in fact JL price matched for £715 (they refused to match HISENSE20 code). How did you managed to get for £699 (that too without the code)?


Crampton and Moore were £699 with no code when i looked and subsequently JL looked when they price matched. Mines being delivered by JL on Saturday
Has anyone used this or similar stands for the 65 inch TV ?

It is designed for upto 60 inch TV but I am thinking It might still do the trick , it is a vesa type pedestal stand.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pro-Signal-Pedestal-Stand-32/dp/B00XJRJFNY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1481016936&sr=8-1&keywords=vesa+stand+60
jamin100
This was £699 at Crampton and Moore yesterday (without codes) as I've had John Lewis price match it :)
I did check the price in Crampton & Moore yesterday and most of the time, the price was £715 and in fact JL price matched for £715 (they refused to match HISENSE20 code). How did you managed to get for £699 (that too without the code)?
Price increased by £5. £720 now.
Price up a bit.. £720
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Hisense 55m7000 - £679.00 with code @ Crampton & Moore

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Cheapest I can find right now. The H55M7000 really does give you something special. This spectacular set comes with the latest technology has to offer from the cutting edge Hisense labs. Ultra H…
golfer18 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago12 Comments
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Great TV, have one myself.
leeds2000
I paid 799 from John Lewis ( Just love it, amazing TV) If you are thinking buying it, ring John Lewis, ask if they price match :-)

I did, and they will (sort of) they won't price match the discount code at Crampton and Moore as its not 'widely available' on the Crampton and Moore site. It seems the code has to be on the retailers website,

They will do it for £699 however, but if anyone knows if this code is on the Crampton and Moor website then let me know..
I paid 799 from John Lewis ( Just love it, amazing TV) If you are thinking buying it, ring John Lewis, ask if they price match :-)

Edited By: leeds2000 on Dec 04, 2016 08:14
Is this better than the LG 55UH661V
What's the warranty with this?
Edit only 2 years, and if you want you can get this cheaper on Ao.com using the code LARGESCREEN10 for 10% off, brings it down to 674.99 I think...



Edited By: sterankin on Dec 03, 2016 18:06: Added code
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Hisense HE65K5510UWTS 65" 4K Smart - WiFi TV with 2 Year Warranty £744.98 delivered @ Crampton & Moore (Using code)

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Code - HISENSE20 Not seen this TV at a price this low for months and even then it didn't last that long. I Actually think this is even the lowest price at the moment, before the discount code.
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sorry, i never saw the delivery, nonetheless it may appeal and aid as a marker for other deals.
gibblesuk
Applying code takes it down to £735.00
Yeah, they put the price up. There's delivery on top at £14.99. :(
Applying code takes it down to £735.00
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[Crampton & Moore] Samsung UE49KS7000 49 inch SUHD 4K HDR Quantum dot Smart TV £798.99 @ Crampton & moore

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Was angry at Currys for them not accepting my card, just grabbed the same model on Crampton & Moore! Didn't find any good cashback promotions but they are a google verified store meaning that google a…
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Picked ours up from Currys earlier today. This is a frikkin awesome tv. I am soo blown away by the picture quality and Smart setup. Thought it was weird that there is a seperate little box that has to sit somewhere for all the HDMI etc connections to go in to, but I'll get over it. iPlayer, Plex, Netflix, Amazon, Playstation Now, connects to my NAS for other films/music/photos etc...and the smart remote is fab.
1% tcb
Just got the 55 inch delivered from JL
No stuttering issues on movies , sport or other tv
I've read some bad things about this set on the JL website regarding stuttering issues. Doesn't sound great.
got my eye on this TV, so tempted
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Panasonic DMP-UB700EB Ultra HD Blu-ray Player with free Ghostbusters UHD and Free Delivery £299.99

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Panasonic DMP-UB700EB Ultra HD Blu-ray Player True to the filmmaker’s vision Ultra HD Blu-ray brings the magic of cinema into the home with Panasonic’s world-class technologies, delivering images
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billwilliams
must have sold the units they had on offer, and now reverted to the regular price. il expire the deal
Thanks for posting. I will buy at a lower price, but in no rush - have my Xbox S for now (no substitute I know).
I heard on the xbox one the navigation of the menu is a bit slow, but are there any problems once the 4k blu-ray is playing?
billwilliams
must have sold the units they had on offer, and now reverted to the regular price. il expire the deal

Thanks for posting. I will buy at a lower price, but in no rush - have my Xbox S for now (no substitute I know).
must have sold the units they had on offer, and now reverted to the regular price. il expire the deal

Edited By: billwilliams on Nov 25, 2016 13:01
They put the price up.
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LG OLED55E6V 55" HDR Ultra HD OLED TV £2,290.74 (After 10% Topcashback - base price 2498.99 (2082.49 excl. VAT) - Crampton and Moore

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Looks like best price online at the moment even without the cashback. This has a built-in soundbar plus a better brightness than earlier/cheaper models. 5 year warranty included. Topcashback says 1…
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stbk
niceguyrick
stbk
Good price, £3:500 when it was first launched. It should come down a bit more after january
I was wondering whether it would be worth holding off until the January sales, you think there will be much difference in price?
In January we have CES where the new tvs will be anounced by the manufacturers with updated news on 2017. Depending when LG release there 2017 Oled range, will give some idea when the old stock will wanting to be sold on.
It is a good price now compared to when it was launched, but I don't think it will be any huge savings if you wait. But there again who knows who much 2016 stock they still have.
This is my dilemma, i feel that i should wait till jan when the price should drop further more once the 2017 models drop but then the stock for these wont be replenished . Timing is crucial

And when it's on HUKD, it'll be sold out before you know it!
stbk
niceguyrick
stbk
Good price, £3:500 when it was first launched. It should come down a bit more after january
I was wondering whether it would be worth holding off until the January sales, you think there will be much difference in price?
In January we have CES where the new tvs will be anounced by the manufacturers with updated news on 2017. Depending when LG release there 2017 Oled range, will give some idea when the old stock will wanting to be sold on.
It is a good price now compared to when it was launched, but I don't think it will be any huge savings if you wait. But there again who knows who much 2016 stock they still have.

This is my dilemma, i feel that i should wait till jan when the price should drop further more once the 2017 models drop but then the stock for these wont be replenished . Timing is crucial
stbk
niceguyrick
stbk
Good price, £3:500 when it was first launched. It should come down a bit more after january
I was wondering whether it would be worth holding off until the January sales, you think there will be much difference in price?
In January we have CES where the new tvs will be anounced by the manufacturers with updated news on 2017. Depending when LG release there 2017 Oled range, will give some idea when the old stock will wanting to be sold on.
It is a good price now compared to when it was launched, but I don't think it will be any huge savings if you wait. But there again who knows who much 2016 stock they still have.
I must admit I'm looking for a replacement for my current LG tv which is faulty. I'm still watching it as it's watchable but they're only giving me a refund after they've collected it from me. I've arranged for them to collect it in early January and was hoping for this model to come down a bit further in the January sales. Hope I'm right to wait a couple of months!
also have to consider the pound weakening further could influence new stock prices.
niceguyrick
stbk
Good price, £3:500 when it was first launched. It should come down a bit more after january
I was wondering whether it would be worth holding off until the January sales, you think there will be much difference in price?

In January we have CES where the new tvs will be anounced by the manufacturers with updated news on 2017. Depending when LG release there 2017 Oled range, will give some idea when the old stock will wanting to be sold on.
It is a good price now compared to when it was launched, but I don't think it will be any huge savings if you wait. But there again who knows who much 2016 stock they still have.
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Samsung UE60KS7000 SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 60” with Freeview HD, Freesat, Playstation Now & Branch Feet Design, UHD Premium £1,448.99 @ C&M

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Add to basket to get this price. (Auto takes £50 off) 5 year parts and labour warranty. John Lewis will price match this, but a good deal from Crampton & Moore anyway! Everything you need to
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Thought should let you guys know that ks7000 or ks7500 are only 8 but panels they call it 8+2 bit as they can display 10 bit but still not true 10 bit panel
Only Ks8000 or upwards are 10 but panels


wrong. ​http://imgur.com/a/IeKbv
was debating 55 or 65 this might solve the problem :)
a few of these Ellesmere Port currently
Mrshades
Just bought a UE60KS7000 from Richer Sounds for £1374 - with 6 years warranty

Price matched Currys with the TV10 code and then beat it by £20

Interestingly John Lewis were given the option to price match but refused to do so - whereas Richer Sounds happily did.


​that is a good deal, you should post it!
Just bought a UE60KS7000 from Richer Sounds for £1374 - with 6 years warranty

Price matched Currys with the TV10 code and then beat it by £20

Interestingly John Lewis were given the option to price match but refused to do so - whereas Richer Sounds happily did.
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Samsung HWJ 6500R SOUNDBAR curved - £275.00 instore @ Crampton & Moore

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£275 bargained down from £400 (£500 at Currys.) at Crampton and Moore. curved TV bar.
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Not a fan of soundbars myself but good price, So heat from me

Its 6.1 if anyone is wondering

Edited By: aaronlovesfood on Sep 10, 2016 14:35