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Currys LG OLED55C6V Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD HDR 55" Curved OLED TV + L2HDINT15 2 m HDMI Cable £1,409 with code TV100A £1,409.00

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Use code TV100A to save £100 over £1499 thats why hdmi cable added to get over £1499 in stock free 5 year Guarantee and free delivery Enjoy an immersive viewing experience with 4K Ultra HD resolution … Read More
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Use code TV100A to save £100 over £1499 thats why hdmi cable added to get over £1499 in stock free 5 year Guarantee and free delivery Enjoy an immersive viewing experience with 4K Ultra HD resolution \x0a\x0a- OLED HDR enhances colours and contrast to create life-like images \x0a\x0a- Access a range of smart services including Netflix, Amazon Prime and catch-up TV \x0a\x0a- Immerse yourself in the audio with a sound system designed by Harman and Kardon \x0a\x0aEnjoy an immersive viewing experience\x0a\x0aThe OLED55C6V features a 55" screen with 4K Ultra HD resolution that offers up to four times the detail of Full HD. As a result, images are vivid and clear to enhance your home entertainment.\x0a\x0aOrganic self-emitting pixels allow you to explore the deepest levels of black, bringing shades and colours to life along with a huge range of contrast. True to life colour reproduction unlocks a wide range of accurate colours, offering you a viewing experience that cannot be matched by LED technology.\x0a\x0aYou can enjoy smooth images, even when watching fast paced action such as sports or movies. Fast paced pixels offer a response speed over one thousand times faster than LED pixels, allowing you to enjoy fluid, blur-free entertainment.\x0a\x0aOLED HDR\x0a\x0aHDR enhances colours and contrast to ensure that the 55C6V offers life-like pictures, no matter what you choose to watch. By creating an image that is closer to the eyes' full potential, you can immerse yourself in the visuals.\x0a\x0aAccess a range of smart services\x0a\x0aThe C6V offers you a wide range of smart TV options to ensure that you can always find something to watch. Choose from a range of catch up TV services or watch the latest films and boxsets in 4K quality with Netflix and Amazon Prime.\x0a\x0aImmerse yourself in the audio\x0a\x0aTo enhance the immersive viewing experience even further, the OLED55C6V features sound designed by Harman and Kardon. This offers high-quality audio immersion, taking your home entertainment to the next level.
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Nice, if only it wasn't a curved model.
8 Likes
Bitbotbang
WHY and WHY do I have to spend this much on a telly??? Have you looked at the Polaroid Model from Asda or the Digihome TV from Tesco? Better value IMO!


WHY and WHY do you have to troll every thread for products you cannot afford?

Now, toddle off and go pick up that Digihome piece of **** in your Dacia Sandero.

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2 Likes #1
The 2m HDMI cable is worth it alone just for it's digital clarity. To give it away free well that's just...
2 Likes #2
Oh it isn't...
#3
seems a good price...
1 Like #4
liamf12
Oh it isn't...


Oh yes it is.. Sorry forgot it's not panto season
2 Likes #5
Well spotted discoman- can I ask did you buy the c6 the last time around? How are you finding it
10 Likes #6
Nice, if only it wasn't a curved model.
1 Like #7
WHY and WHY do I have to spend this much on a telly??? Have you looked at the Polaroid Model from Asda or the Digihome TV from Tesco? Better value IMO!
#8
baseley09
Nice, if only it wasn't a curved model.

Only one at this price with 3D if that of interes
1 Like #9
Heat, think this is the lowest price this tv will ever be brand new from a shop with 5 years warranty. Currys stock is getting low for this tv. Personally I prefer this over this years LG TV's, for the 3D alone.
4 Likes #10
Bitbotbang
WHY and WHY do I have to spend this much on a telly??? Have you looked at the Polaroid Model from Asda or the Digihome TV from Tesco? Better value IMO!

You do realise this Oled not some cheapo LCD?
#11
I have the 910v, its amazing, but have a flicker with the HD tv channels, have tried everything to stop but no joy, so will return and may go fot this? oled is amazing, have packed up the Oled and ready to return, am not watching my led Samsung, what a disappointment..lol. Oled rules, anyone else had this flicker fault with the HD channels on a Oled?
#12
code not working?
1 Like #13
Before anyone asks, yes it is 10 bit.
#14
It's great to see OLED coming down in price so quickly. I wonder how much this would cost if it didn't have the pointless curve gimmick?
4 Likes #15
shutupman
Before anyone asks, yes it is 10 bit.

Cold, not 8bit.
#16
Do we know how bright these panels go? I know the blacks are perfect but I always wonder how bright the images would be in a reasonably well lit room. How well would i compare to say a Samsung KS9000? I thought the HDR spec has been rejigged for OLED so they only need to hit 500 nits whereas LCDs need to hit 1000 nits to be HDR1000
#17
TV100A ...not working?
1 Like #18
FrugalFergal
Do we know how bright these panels go? I know the blacks are perfect but I always wonder how bright the images would be in a reasonably well lit room. How well would i compare to say a Samsung KS9000? I thought the HDR spec has been rejigged for OLED so they only need to hit 500 nits whereas LCDs need to hit 1000 nits to be HDR1000

It'll do 600 cd/m2 (600 nits). The newer OLED sets like the one from philips will go a lot brighter, but you lose the 3d.
1 Like #19
commenter14
It's great to see OLED coming down in price so quickly. I wonder how much this would cost if it didn't have the pointless curve gimmick?

Ive been eyeing up this set and the Flat panel version OLED55B6V and by all the reviews the curved screen edges it and by the reviews makes the viewing picture work better especially in 3d (yes the B6V does not have 3d to compare).

I was always saying curved was a gimmick BUT according to the reviews it works in this set.
#20
liamf12
The 2m HDMI cable is worth it alone just for it's digital clarity. To give it away free well that's just...
Can get an equivalent cable on eBay/amazon for about £4.
1 Like #21
NOW WORKING :)
#22
Code does work on orider over £1499
#23
Jaybeam
Bitbotbang
WHY and WHY do I have to spend this much on a telly??? Have you looked at the Polaroid Model from Asda or the Digihome TV from Tesco? Better value IMO!

You do realise this Oled not some cheapo LCD?


That guy has to be trolling.
#24
Rdee
Code does work on orider over £1499
Ok :-/
#25
Think I will go for this TV, the 910v was amazing, think this also has the ITV Hub? the 3d on the Oleds is amazing, is the 5 year warranty with Currys or LG?
#26
The_Hoff
shutupman
Before anyone asks, yes it is 10 bit.
Cold, not 8bit.
and cold for not needing to re-glue the back panel....
#27
Bitbotbang
WHY and WHY do I have to spend this much on a telly??? Have you looked at the Polaroid Model from Asda or the Digihome TV from Tesco? Better value IMO!
You've answered your own question - Obviously you don't - that's why you can get something for £250

Edited By: spannerzone on Jun 19, 2017 12:19
2 Likes #28
blanka
Heat, think this is the lowest price this tv will ever be brand new from a shop with 5 years warranty. Currys stock is getting low for this tv. Personally I prefer this over this years LG TV's, for the 3D alone.

Yes, it's the best 3D TV you can buy, (and will be for a long time.) Worth every penny.
#29
plumberman56
I have the 910v, its amazing, but have a flicker with the HD tv channels, have tried everything to stop but no joy, so will return and may go fot this? oled is amazing, have packed up the Oled and ready to return, am not watching my led Samsung, what a disappointment..lol. Oled rules, anyone else had this flicker fault with the HD channels on a Oled?

Had no issues with the OLED55B6V, I absolutely love it.
I suspect my Panny plasma (UT50) was giving me headaches as they have stopped since the upgrade.
Wonder if it was due to eye strain or high pitched frequencies emitted by the plasma.


Edited By: MBeeching on Jun 19, 2017 12:29
1 Like #30
Masteryates
blanka
Heat, think this is the lowest price this tv will ever be brand new from a shop with 5 years warranty. Currys stock is getting low for this tv. Personally I prefer this over this years LG TV's, for the 3D alone.

Yes, it's the best 3D TV you can buy, (and will be for a long time.) Worth every penny.


Amen. I got the ks9000 65 recently for downstairs. (Wanted a big tv, HDR for gaming). 1100 at currys. But I broke the tv in the bedroom. Missing the option of 3D in the house, which I love. So tempted to get this.
Agree best 3D OLED for the price easily. Cheaper option is
49UH850V LG 4K HDR 10 bit LED for £599.
1 Like #31
FrugalFergal
Do we know how bright these panels go? I know the blacks are perfect but I always wonder how bright the images would be in a reasonably well lit room. How well would i compare to say a Samsung KS9000? I thought the HDR spec has been rejigged for OLED so they only need to hit 500 nits whereas LCDs need to hit 1000 nits to be HDR1000

how bright the images would be??

this whole brightness comparison is only peak brightness, which refers to HDR highlights and not typical image light levels.

a standard LCD only kicks out around 200-300 nits.

a sun shining in HDR would be a good example of demonstrating peak brightness, with 600 nits a sun in HDR on screen will hurt your eyes if you stare at it, at 1000 nits. it will still hurts your eyes.. at 2000 nits, it still hurts your eyes. .... and so on

black levels are much more important than how bright the TV can display HDR highlights, the better the black levels the better you see colour


Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jun 19, 2017 12:56: a
8 Likes #32
Bitbotbang
WHY and WHY do I have to spend this much on a telly??? Have you looked at the Polaroid Model from Asda or the Digihome TV from Tesco? Better value IMO!


WHY and WHY do you have to troll every thread for products you cannot afford?

Now, toddle off and go pick up that Digihome piece of **** in your Dacia Sandero.
1 Like #33
Can anyone explain why to me if 1. Having a higher nit telly is better and if so why? My only reason I can think of is if direct sunlight is shining on the panel the higher brightness will still make the image visible?
#34
great tv and very good price not many left at this price and only available at currys
3 Likes #35
I'm an owner of a 55" LG E6 oled and a 55" Samsung KS7000. to be honest I'm disappointed with oled technology. the detail lost due to the brightness is quite surprising when side by side with the KS7000. then there's the motion. the LG oled is terrible for motion blur. it can be smoothed out using De judder settings but be prepared to see artifacts such as screen tearing on fast moving objects and especially on animated cartoons. the problem with artifacts and motion is a widely reported problem on forums so just beware. Imo the Samsung ks 7 8 or 9 series is better TV in just about every department over oled and is half the price. even the new 7 series oleds are suffering from the same motion problems. I think oled technology still has a long way to go. the better bet atm is still to stick with a high end led. especially for hdr content
#36
some idiot has to buy these overpriced gimmick TVs for the manufacturers to invest the huge profits into development, so the financially savvy peeps can eventually have it when the mainstream broadcasters produce for the new standard :D
1 Like #37
Can't fit this 55" tv in my room. I don't think there are any OLED tv's smaller than 50". Can anyone recommend a 46/49" tv as an alternative? For your info, I'm still using a pioneer plasma which is fantastic, but now want to upgrade to something thinner with a narrower frame. Just haven't so far as I generally find 'motion' on newer tv's a bit poor. Thanks!
1 Like #38
Anyone know what gaming like on this is there lag ?
#39
Yes anyone got lag time for gaming? I'd like to know too. thanks in advance

Edited By: IBadAss on Jun 19, 2017 15:56: clarifying
1 Like #40
Gimmick?! LOL! My E6 is truely awesome, with no judder issues noticed.

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