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Yamaha YSP-1600 Slim MusicCast Sound Projector Soundbar-Silver - £339.00 @ Hifi Confidential

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Yamaha YSP- 1600 soundbar reduced from £499 to £339. Comes with 2 year warranty, free 1.5 HDMI cable and free delivery* This stylishly slim Soundbar featuring Digital Sound Projector technology for… Read More
Yamaha YSP- 1600 soundbar reduced from £499 to £339. Comes with 2 year warranty, free 1.5 HDMI cable and free delivery* This stylishly slim Soundbar featuring Digital Sound Projector technology for…
pippins86 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago7 Comments
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psbhandal
slightly off topic!
anybody know the best soundbar to get for no more then £200? just bought the ue55ks7000 so need something to go with this. have no idea about sound systems etc so any help would be appreciated
If you dont mind second hand, you can occasionally get a real bargain. I have seen several Samsung HW-F751 & H751's go for circa £150 since Christmas. Absolute steal.
slightly off topic!
anybody know the best soundbar to get for no more then £200? just bought the ue55ks7000 so need something to go with this. have no idea about sound systems etc so any help would be appreciated
Apologies blonde moment.
I'm talking about silver soundbar not black.
Now £349

You sure not online as well
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LG BH9540TW 9.1ch 3D Blu-ray™ Home Cinema with Rear Wireless Speakers - HiFi Confidential - £569.00

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Been looking into a home cinema stuff recently and came upon this yesterday. It's currently £639 at Amazon and £649 at John Lewis (who will price match). A mix of reviews on those sites, the JL revie… Read More
Been looking into a home cinema stuff recently and came upon this yesterday. It's currently £639 at Amazon and £649 at John Lewis (who will price match). A mix of reviews on those sites, the JL revie…
onzey Avatar3m, 5d agoFound 3 months, 5 days ago5 Comments
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I've got one and it's amazing it sounds like 9.1 because there are small speakers in the top of the tall speakers, they are all wired separately from the amp. It works well with sky q. It's got good inputs and outputs and is good quality all round. I was happy paying £699.
Hi, just thought i'd comment on this.

I've had 2 of these in the last 6 months, twice the blu-ray/amp box has gone dead.
The second time I had to talk to LG who informed me it was beyond economical repair and had to be sent back to retailer. (its a 17kg box 1m long, not cheap)

Luckily both times I've had it refunded, it is a brilliant alternative to separates but just worth bearing in mind.

There is also a review on amazon stating this happened to them too.

This is also the cheapest price new.

Edited By: Coolio103 on Jan 16, 2017 21:18
Somehow seems overpriced even though it's cheapest currently
They've got some gall calling it a 9.1 system. More like 5.1 plus virtual channels.
You would not want uhd bluray for this kind of money?
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Samsung UE49KS7000 49" - HiFi Confidential - £789.99

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And the TV prices start to fall. It's not got long left, but I saw it and it seems to be a bargain! The Latest Quantum Dot Colour delivering over 1 billion colours, 64 times more colour and 2 times… Read More
And the TV prices start to fall. It's not got long left, but I saw it and it seems to be a bargain! The Latest Quantum Dot Colour delivering over 1 billion colours, 64 times more colour and 2 times…
jonboyuk Avatar3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 days ago71 Comments
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Also in the US the 9000 is the 8000 in the UK. The 8000 in the US is the 7000 here. Stupid, I know
sircoynie
Are the KS7000 and KS8000 the same? This review implies that they are simply named differently in the EU

(I am somewhat confused)

http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ks8000


There are minor differences. Refresh rate, black levels, speaker output....
sircoynie
Are the KS7000 and KS8000 the same? This review implies that they are simply named differently in the EU

(I am somewhat confused)

http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ks8000


No.
Are the KS7000 and KS8000 the same? This review implies that they are simply named differently in the EU

(I am somewhat confused)

http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ks8000
Ordered the UE49KS7000 from Curry's online yesterday. £849 and if you enter code 50LSTV at checkout price drops to £799 with free delivery and 5yr warranty. Not as good as OP but worth checking if u work for a relatively large company you may well have an employee benefits site. They usually give a bit of a further discount for most the big retailers via instant vouchers. I got a further 8% off for Curry's, so total cost £735 in the end. Good luck.
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samsung ks7000 49 inch £799.00 at hifi confidential

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I think this is the cheapest this has been, I'm after the 55 inch version so not for me, but good price for someone who likes a smaller one! 10 bit HDR What hifi 5 star Avformus 9/10 Read More
I think this is the cheapest this has been, I'm after the 55 inch version so not for me, but good price for someone who likes a smaller one! 10 bit HDR What hifi 5 star Avformus 9/10
sparxuk Avatar4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago4 Comments
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Seems to be OOS now too, good price though. Curry's is similar, but only after cashback.
Ah found it! OK expire
Really? I searched and could find it
Already posted
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Samsung UE49KS7000 49" 4K Quantum Dot SUHD Flat TV- Free 5YG - £799.00 @ Hifi Confidential

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First post, but seems good to me. I've been watching this T.V. for a while. This is the first time i've seen it under £800 anywhere. Yes it's the 49 inch, rather than 55. But still good deal Read More
First post, but seems good to me. I've been watching this T.V. for a while. This is the first time i've seen it under £800 anywhere. Yes it's the 49 inch, rather than 55. But still good deal
RicBarnes Avatar4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago38 Comments
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Currys now selling at 799. Plus I used the above cashback. Not a bad price!
The price on reliant direct moving around was 859 then It changed before our eyes to 878 whilst onto richer sounds who price matched and beat at 838. Not the best price of the last 24hrs but had to pull the trigger sometime....now I just need to upgrade my amp and prepare dinner for the better half who has a shock coming tonight. I'm sure she will be fine. :)

Edited By: Nduli on Nov 25, 2016 14:51: Sp
Curry's currently have this for £879, plus there is 7.7% topcashback available making £812 incl 5-year Warranty.

Can confirm that RS mail order won't match hifi confidential anymore but might try on this one later

This one has a £30 off code (BFSAVE30) too which makes is £829

Edited By: pwilkinson on Nov 25, 2016 13:14
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LGLA950M HS9 7.1 Soundbar + Woofer £449.00 delivered @ HiFiConfidential

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I think this is a cracking price for a 7.1 soundbar setup I'm tempted to bite myself. it's £600 at the usual retailers. Copy and pasted details below: 7.1 channels and 700 watts of glorious surr… Read More
I think this is a cracking price for a 7.1 soundbar setup I'm tempted to bite myself. it's £600 at the usual retailers. Copy and pasted details below: 7.1 channels and 700 watts of glorious surr…
llennyyyy Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago1 Comment
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price now gone up to £499
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SONY STR-DN1060 AV RECEIVER free hdmi and delivery £349.00 @ HiFi Confidential

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SONY STR-DN1060 7.2 CHANNEL AV RECEIVER Take your home entertainment experience to exciting new levels with the STR-DN1060. An immersive viewing experience is a connection away, with both HDCP 2.2 Read More
SONY STR-DN1060 7.2 CHANNEL AV RECEIVER Take your home entertainment experience to exciting new levels with the STR-DN1060. An immersive viewing experience is a connection away, with both HDCP 2.2
zohebagha Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago14 Comments
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LOUGHBORO GUY
Onkyo ?


Standard.
Yamaha seem to be a good choice, I have had Sony up to 3 years ago, now settled for Arcam.
only 5 rear hdmi, that's crazy
bilbobargains
LOUGHBORO GUY
Onkyo ?
Never heard of them!
Lol
LOUGHBORO GUY
Onkyo ?


Never heard of them!
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SAMSUNG UE55H6200 55 INCH SMART 3D LED TV - HIFICONF £679.00

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Recommended on Which as a Best Buy SAMSUNG UE55H6200 55 INCH SMART 3D LED TV Immerse yourself in limitless entertainment with the Samsung UE55H6200 55 Inch Smart 3D LED TV. Samsung’s Smart TV i… Read More
Recommended on Which as a Best Buy SAMSUNG UE55H6200 55 INCH SMART 3D LED TV Immerse yourself in limitless entertainment with the Samsung UE55H6200 55 Inch Smart 3D LED TV. Samsung’s Smart TV i…
davewave Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago1 Comment
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Great price, nearly as good as Amazon lightning deal black Friday week @ £549. I got the Sony 55W805c for £649 Richer sound Inc 6 year it's £679 on AO ATM.
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SONY STR-DH750 7.2 CHANNEL AV RECEIVER Free HDMI and delivery £179.00 @ HiFi Confidential

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Cheapest I can find this, good reviews. Not sure if santa will let me have one tho ;) Read More
Cheapest I can find this, good reviews. Not sure if santa will let me have one tho ;)
yorkie7480 Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago28 Comments
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Back up to £199 :/
ZeChickenboi
will this work with my Sony dz260?

The speakers won't work with this no if that's what you mean.
will this work with my Sony dz260?
fswings
No HDCP 2.2 support, hence cold.
Not sure about you guys, but I only need to buy an AV receiver every 4-5 years, so need it to be future proof.

Can't have everything for £180 ;)
No HDCP 2.2 support, hence cold.

Not sure about you guys, but I only need to buy an AV receiver every 4-5 years, so need it to be future proof.
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Samsung HW-J650 Soundbar + 2x WAM550 Speakers £579.00 @ HiFiConfidential

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First post so be nice :) Been looking for soundbar that can be used as part of a multiroom wireless audio setup for a while and finally found this! You get: - Samsung HW-J650 soundbar (new 2015… Read More
First post so be nice :) Been looking for soundbar that can be used as part of a multiroom wireless audio setup for a while and finally found this! You get: - Samsung HW-J650 soundbar (new 2015…
boulder_boy Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago7 Comments
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uptwisting
I wouldn't like to suggest anything sorry. I'm not that useful eh!
I'm pretty much a noob at stereo stuff. I've just put together my own speaker system (not wireless) so it's been a month of hard research....though I have a great setup now for less than £200. (£600 new)
I've been using AVforums for a base amount of knowledge, I often come across wireless speaker conversations so it's worth a look.

Ahhh ok. I have been looking for a while tbh. Getting a soundbar was a must - the tv's audio is pretty pants and I wanted to stick to Samsung as the Tv will play nice with the soundbar. It had to be multi-room wireless capable too and once you buy into one wireless multiroom system you can't really chop and change.

Up until a few weeks/ month ago the lowest priced soundbar that could do that was the HW-H750 which sells for about 400ish and has a humongous sub.

will definitely take a look at avforums :) what speakers did you end up getting?
boulder_boy
uptwisting
I'll be kind and say great you posted, it doesn't matter if it's cold.
But I will say I think for the money you could do better, though each to their own and all that.
Lol thanks. You have any suggestions?
I wouldn't like to suggest anything sorry. I'm not that useful eh!

I'm pretty much a noob at stereo stuff. I've just put together my own speaker system (not wireless) so it's been a month of hard research....though I have a great setup now for less than £200. (£600 new)
I've been using AVforums for a base amount of knowledge, I often come across wireless speaker conversations so it's worth a look.
uptwisting
I'll be kind and say great you posted, it doesn't matter if it's cold.
But I will say I think for the money you could do better, though each to their own and all that.

Lol thanks. You have any suggestions?
I'll be kind and say great you posted, it doesn't matter if it's cold.

But I will say I think for the money you could do better, though each to their own and all that.
eaglewolf
How ruddy much?!! You can get someone killed for that much!



Ye but that still doesn't solve your issue of wanting a multi room wireless music system.
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KEF C1 Speakers Black with 5metres of QED speaker cable and free 5 year warranty £119.99 @ hificonfidential

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Decent price for top brand budget speakers. Read More
Decent price for top brand budget speakers.
RockstarRobbo Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago9 Comments
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Madzon
True, but they don't mention a 5 year warranty and their QED cable is £4.95/m. If you like da beats, a 5 year warranty on speakers can't be beat.
Good find OP. Heated.

Superfi give 5 year warranty on this also
skelto99
I have some very expensive KEF floor standers and someone (probably my teenage son - well I have to blame someone) blew one of the tweeters out of warranty. I phoned KEF and spoke to a very helpful lady who offered me a DIY (some soldering required) fix for £40, or an idiot proof (me) fix for £80. The unit came by post next day and was easily fitted and all was back to its fantastic best. Nothing to do with the post really, but thought it might be useful to know that KEF are a goof firm to deal with.
Sorry, meant good not goof!
I have some very expensive KEF floor standers and someone (probably my teenage son - well I have to blame someone) blew one of the tweeters out of warranty. I phoned KEF and spoke to a very helpful lady who offered me a DIY (some soldering required) fix for £40, or an idiot proof (me) fix for £80. The unit came by post next day and was easily fitted and all was back to its fantastic best. Nothing to do with the post really, but thought it might be useful to know that KEF are a goof firm to deal with.
I had them. There are pretty good when you starting journey with turntable and staff. Lovely tune for jazz and blues.
Not much info around on these so it's difficult to judge but there's a 5 yr old thread on AV forum about these. Seems the price was £100 then as well.
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Samsung HW-F350 Soundbar with 3D soundplus £79.99 delivered @ HiFi Confidential

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Just looking on the web for a soundbar as a birthday present for my eldest and this one seems to be a good spec and the best price I could find for the money Description - SAMSUNG HW- F350 SOUNDB… Read More
Just looking on the web for a soundbar as a birthday present for my eldest and this one seems to be a good spec and the best price I could find for the money Description - SAMSUNG HW- F350 SOUNDB…
pennyfarthing88 Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago25 Comments
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Got mine delivered today, ordered from amazon warehouse, I'm not an audio expert but I notice a considerable difference than using just the TV sound.
I don't think Bluetooth is as necessary if you have a smart tv. YouTube from my phone to tv and plays through the soundbar.
No Bluetooth in this model.
this is a 120w unit, are there any good 200w Soundbars in the £100ish region? Wireless sub preferable
stec00
nbgrobbo
Anyone know if this operates on the same remote as a Samsung TV? Thanks
Not according to this review and this review.

Thanks for that, will give this a miss. Still hot though!
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Samsung M3 WAM351 Wirless Multiroom Speaker- White £109.99 @ Hifi Confidential

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Bargain price, great sounding Sonos Alternative. Ive got two (and a hub) and they have been faultless with great sound and functionality Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Read More
Bargain price, great sounding Sonos Alternative. Ive got two (and a hub) and they have been faultless with great sound and functionality Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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Samsung hw f350 soundbar £79.99 delivered + 2 years warranty free delivery

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Hello people i found the samsung hw f350 for £79.99 at hifi confidential, which i thought was a great deal. However John Lewis have price matched it and also given me an extra years warranty with it..… Read More
Hello people i found the samsung hw f350 for £79.99 at hifi confidential, which i thought was a great deal. However John Lewis have price matched it and also given me an extra years warranty with it..…
jonmint Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago10 Comments
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just submitted my price match to JL. Thanks OP
got my sound bar yesterday mate. seems alright although digi audio cable needed to get it workin which isnt in the box.
Received john lewis price match, today for £79.99.
so basically you buy from JL but they match CHIFI price an JL give you 2 years warranty :)
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Sony KDL-65W955BBU 65" LED TV £1,399.00 @ HIFI Confidential

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Can't decide between this and the KDL-55W829BBU 55" @ £799 Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Read More
Can't decide between this and the KDL-55W829BBU 55" @ £799 Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
DADSCAB Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago56 Comments
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RustySpoons
W829 is a better panel imho.
As a recent purchaser of the 55 inch version, I am very impressed.

I checked out several 50+ inch sets and Sony was by far the best within my price budget.
I'll be holding on to this for a few years.
crazyal
My own 4K set is the Panasonic 55" AX802 which I can say with all confidence will look superior put next to any 1080p screen.

If I was going to buy a 4k set tomorrow, it would likely be a Panny AX. Good choice.

Interestingly enough, they included it in a group test of high end TV's run by HDTV test. All sets calibrated. All using reference content. Surprsingly, it didn't get a single vote for best TV overall (although it did win best 4k set by a landslide). Reason? It's still LCD at the end of the day. Can't match plasma or OLED. No matter how hard they try.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/result-201406013793.htm

(The doon't have one of mine in the group. Mine is a calibrated VT65. But they did have a ZT65 - which is very close to mine. And it still beat the OLED sets to best TV.)

But as I say, the AX's are very nice TV's. If I wanted 4k, I'd get one.

But, like many others on here, I don't plan on upgrading until there is something other than LCD stuff to make it worth my while...
horsepuncher1980
Sky don't even do 1080p yet, nevermind 4K
frakison
sancheez
crazyal
As a 4K set owner I am bound to stick up for it and am loving the picture quality that this gives over 1080p.
More to PQ than pixel count. The fact that set if 4k does not automatically mean better PQ.
I'd be willing to wager that if you put this TV and mine side by side, and played moving images from the same source (lets say - Baraka or Samsara on bluray, they're my benchmark), at approx. 3 - 4 metres viewing distance, the quality on my panel would be better. Despite being "only" 1080p. I looked at 4k sets when I bought my TV. None of them were as good as the 1080p one I ended up buying.
This is still a good TV, don't get me wrong. But there are still quite a few 1080p sets out there that will still render better PQ than it ....

Am I the only one who just actually WATCHES my TV instead of analysing it??? (_;)

Very good, I agree.
Informed AV tech buyers will always argue back and forth about which screen tech and features are best. Go to John Lewis or wherever, ask them to put a Sky HD signal into your set and take a good look. Put SD in too (because you will have to suffer SD too) if you like it, buy it.
I am waiting for cheap 4k oled (quantum dot or whatever will be nice) or even 8k (they will be on the market within 18 months)
I have a 60 inch LG 1080p from John Lewis. Three dead pixels on it out of the box that annoyed me for about 20 minutes, until I realised that I can't even see them from 10 feet away
sancheez
More to PQ than pixel count. The fact that set if 4k does not automatically mean better PQ.
I'd be willing to wager that if you put this TV and mine side by side, and played moving images from the same source (lets say - Baraka or Samsara on bluray, they're my benchmark), at approx. 3 - 4 metres viewing distance, the quality on my panel would be better. Despite being "only" 1080p. I looked at 4k sets when I bought my TV. None of them were as good as the 1080p one I ended up buying.
This is still a good TV, don't get me wrong. But there are still quite a few 1080p sets out there that will still render better PQ than it ....

My own 4K set is the Panasonic 55" AX802 which I can say with all confidence will look superior put next to any 1080p screen.

I watch a lot of films and TV series and do a fair bit of console gaming so demand a superb picture.

For people that want to dip their toe in the world of 4K this set will suffice but it's all horses for courses. You get what you pay for.


Edited By: crazyal on Jan 17, 2015 13:35
I don't understand why after all this time . We can't get a decent set every time . What's so difficult ?
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Sony KDL-55W829BBU 55" LED TV £779.00 @ hificonfidential

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Hope this helps someone, JL price match maybe? Read More
Hope this helps someone, JL price match maybe?
DADSCAB Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago21 Comments
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Go on eBay, theres a seller putting up brand new boxes for £599, then thank me later.
i see. thanks for responding
How do you get £779 for the tv. im missing something here......
Isn't John Lewis price match valid for 30 days after purchase? So if you buy it now and it drops in price you won't miss out.
Hot, have asked JL to price match so fingers crossed.
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Sony KDL-55W829BBU 55" LED TV £779.00 @ HIFIDirect

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double post sorry http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-kdl-55w829-779-john-lewis-will-price-match-2113462 Read More
double post sorry http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-kdl-55w829-779-john-lewis-will-price-match-2113462
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Sony KDL-55W829 £779.00 and john lewis will price match!

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Finally this TV has dropped below £799, john lewis price matched me within minutes so its 779 with a 5 year warrenty! Read More
Finally this TV has dropped below £799, john lewis price matched me within minutes so its 779 with a 5 year warrenty!
federalex Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago11 Comments
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Been looking at this tv for abit. I see this place has reduced to 789, had JL price match to 799. any point to email JL as a reply and say 789 or to send in new price match form.

btw posted in another thread but if anyone can answer that'll be helpful.

(on side note how does JL price match work? i have to have the tv in my possession before the 28 days expire or can i order last week...and tv prob in shipping? wait till last day just in case a price drop)

cheers ppl
JL seem really hit and miss with their never knowingly undersold policy... Seem about as reliable as game's price policy was before they pulled lol
jl price matched worked for me on this product
John Lewis refused price match, I phoned and emailed and they give you the usual spiel.
Great TV but at this point I would get something cheaper and spend this sort of money on a 4k set when it comes standard in 2016/2017.
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Sony Bravia KDL50W829 50" LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV with Freeview HD £629.00 Free Delivery @ HiFi Confidential

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Sony Bravia KDL50W829 50" LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV with Freeview HD - 2x 3D Glasses - Free 1.5m HDMI Cable - Free Delivery - Cheapest price around at the moment - John Lewis should price match fo… Read More
Sony Bravia KDL50W829 50" LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV with Freeview HD - 2x 3D Glasses - Free 1.5m HDMI Cable - Free Delivery - Cheapest price around at the moment - John Lewis should price match fo…
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Save £50 on the Sony KDL50W829B at Co-operative.

To receive the discount, you must use the voucher code FTV50

This offer is valid until 22/01/2015
negiyk
How this price match process by email will work by the way...?
Intially I think you need to pay the full amount and then based on email you received for price match , you can claim refund right ??

http://www.johnlewis.com/inspiration-and-advice/never-knowingly-undersold-policy - so yes either you get them to price match before you buy - or you buy and then if you find another high street competitor selling the same good for lesser price within 28 days of buying and make a claim JL should in theory return the difference.
How this price match process by email will work by the way...?
Intially I think you need to pay the full amount and then based on email you received for price match , you can claim refund right ??
negiyk
Hi, if anyone who got price match from JL at £629 and not interested to buy can you please forward that mail. Thanks

Don't think the emails are transferrable
Hi, if anyone who got price match from JL at £629 and not interested to buy can you please forward that mail. Thanks
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LG 42UB820V Ultra HD 4K LED TV £599.99 @ hifi confidential

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pretty decent price for a smart 4k TV with HDMI 2.0! comes with free HDMI lead Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Read More
pretty decent price for a smart 4k TV with HDMI 2.0! comes with free HDMI lead Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
jstrat Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago14 Comments
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andyleeds20
yeah i got it i think its fantastic for its price tag !! it looks stylish the upscaler to 4k is okiesh !! its very very good on the sky sports hd channels but on normal channels it dont seem that great .... ive browsed videos on youtube in 4k via the tv web .....and it looks glorious !!! .....
so id say yes BUY

How is it possible to watch 4K videos on youtube? This TV plays all 4K videos only in 720p. How did you do that?
andyleeds20
Pros: Performance, Features/Settings, Quality
I have just purchased this TV from John Lewis. It's incredible. The picture quality is stunning. The sound from the built-in speakers is fine. The feature set is mind-blowing. It was straightforward to set up, and supports any of TV, Cable and Satellite as your preferred type of reception.)
It's able to browse and display photos and music from a DLNA media server, and it does a fine job of display Freeview HD content (i.e. behaving like a telly), to surf the web, and to show Youtube clips. iPlayer is easily accessible. The SmartRemote is a bit like a Wii controller, and works well. It has built-in WiFi, and works OK with a 5GHz router. I'm barely scratching the surface of what this thing can do.
A few niggles with the software (October 2014): Too many clicks to get to the TV Guide (Home -> My Apps -> Guide); I can't get an external HDD, plugged in via USB to act in "Time Machine" mode to pause live TV (could do with some help here, actually); my old PVR's remote isn't directly supported (Icecrypt T2400) (the Sony BluRay player is, though).
Those niggles aside, this is a fantastically feature-rich device, with a stunning 4k display. Thoroughly recommended.
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Any chance you have used this as a monitor? I'm considering getting this or the Samsung UE40H6900 4K tv.
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I have just purchased this TV from John Lewis. It's incredible. The picture quality is stunning. The sound from the built-in speakers is fine. The feature set is mind-blowing. It was straightforward to set up, and supports any of TV, Cable and Satellite as your preferred type of reception.)
It's able to browse and display photos and music from a DLNA media server, and it does a fine job of display Freeview HD content (i.e. behaving like a telly), to surf the web, and to show Youtube clips. iPlayer is easily accessible. The SmartRemote is a bit like a Wii controller, and works well. It has built-in WiFi, and works OK with a 5GHz router. I'm barely scratching the surface of what this thing can do.
A few niggles with the software (October 2014): Too many clicks to get to the TV Guide (Home -> My Apps -> Guide); I can't get an external HDD, plugged in via USB to act in "Time Machine" mode to pause live TV (could do with some help here, actually); my old PVR's remote isn't directly supported (Icecrypt T2400) (the Sony BluRay player is, though).
Those niggles aside, this is a fantastically feature-rich device, with a stunning 4k display. Thoroughly recommended.
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I'm not sure exactly but on my 42 smart lg you have to have an exact external HDD to act as a time machine as some work and some don't.
Pros: Performance, Features/Settings, Quality
I have just purchased this TV from John Lewis. It's incredible. The picture quality is stunning. The sound from the built-in speakers is fine. The feature set is mind-blowing. It was straightforward to set up, and supports any of TV, Cable and Satellite as your preferred type of reception.)
It's able to browse and display photos and music from a DLNA media server, and it does a fine job of display Freeview HD content (i.e. behaving like a telly), to surf the web, and to show Youtube clips. iPlayer is easily accessible. The SmartRemote is a bit like a Wii controller, and works well. It has built-in WiFi, and works OK with a 5GHz router. I'm barely scratching the surface of what this thing can do.
A few niggles with the software (October 2014): Too many clicks to get to the TV Guide (Home -> My Apps -> Guide); I can't get an external HDD, plugged in via USB to act in "Time Machine" mode to pause live TV (could do with some help here, actually); my old PVR's remote isn't directly supported (Icecrypt T2400) (the Sony BluRay player is, though).
Those niggles aside, this is a fantastically feature-rich device, with a stunning 4k display. Thoroughly recommended.
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Thanks for the update! There are rumours that there will be more 4k tellys being released on the cheap closer to christmas so I think I'll hold off till then (or atleast till Black Friday!). Eitherway its nice to know this ones decent because its on the top of my list at the moment!
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