LG 49UH750V 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV after price match and cash back £569.00 @ Ao.com - HotUKDeals
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LG 49UH750V 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV after price match and cash back £569.00 @ Ao.com

£569.00 @ ao.com
Been looking at LG 49UH750V 49" for quite a while now and AO.com currently has £150 cash back on this TV. Since their price match is very good and they can match most of retailers I went on pricesp…
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6m, 1d agoFound 6 months, 1 day ago
Been looking at LG 49UH750V 49" for quite a while now and AO.com currently has £150 cash back on this TV.

Since their price match is very good and they can match most of retailers I went on pricespy to try find the same model at cheaper price. Cheapest found was at Appliances Electronics for £719.

Link here: https://www.applianceelectronics.co.uk/viewproduct.asp?pid=11880

They price matched it without any problems and also said the product will be eligible for £150 cash back.

Free next day delivery as well!

Total cost: £569

Bargain.
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6m, 1d agoFound 6 months, 1 day ago
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#1
1900 hz is that correct ?
#2
JellybearXo
1900 hz is that correct ?

Manufacture Motion Rate: PMI 1900 Hz
#3
how do i get them to price match?
#4
Anyone know if the HDR is suitable for gaming or not? Some have to be in movie mode for it and aren't quick enough for smooth gaming.
1 Like #5
you'd be better off getting this from Richer Sounds for £799, as you get the 6 year warranty thrown in... it's an extra purchase from AO

AO charge a minimum of £5 per month (impossible to find exact care price) - if you ignore the first year, that's 60 months @ £5 = £300, taking your total outlay here to £1019, or £869 after your cashback



Edited By: TwistedNerve on Aug 21, 2016 11:32: typo
#6
iz123456789
how do i get them to price match?

Price match information
1 Like #7
TwistedNerve
you'd be better off getting this from Richer Sounds for £799, as you get the 6 year warranty thrown in... it's an extra purchase from AO
AO charge a minimum of £5 per month (impossible to find exact care price) - if you ignore the first year, that's 60 months @ £5 = £300, taking your total outlay here to £1019, or £869 after your cashback

Yes, we all buy tvs for a warranty. Going with your reasoning, we should only buy tvs with long lasting warranty then?

If we talking long term warranty, this tv comes with 2 year warranty (EU law) and if you were to purchase AO care plan after 2 years, that would make it about the same price. Bear in mind that AO care plan is an extensive cover and covers things that normal warranty doesn't cover e.g. accidental damage.

Anyway I posted this because it's by far the cheapest price available for this particular model, £230 less than what you would pay with Richer Sound or anyone else. That's a huge discount.



Edited By: Michalux on Aug 21, 2016 11:46
#8
Great price for spec however no all4 or itv hub (comeon LG), if you need all channel catchup tv best go for samsung
1 Like #9
DudleyDualFlush
Great price for spec however no all4 or itv hub (comeon LG), if you need all channel catchup tv best go for samsung

It does have itv. I got it delivered this morning and the app is there.
#10
Michalux
DudleyDualFlush
Great price for spec however no all4 or itv hub (comeon LG), if you need all channel catchup tv best go for samsung
It does have itv. I got it delivered this morning and the app is there.

Thanks for clarifying as tech spec says it hasn't
#11
Sorry to sound simple, but what is HDR TV? Is it 4K Free view HD?
#12
thefoosfan2011
Sorry to sound simple, but what is HDR TV? Is it 4K Free view HD?

In a nutshell, it’s the ability to display a wider and richer range of colours, much brighter whites, and much deeper, darker blacks. This gives the TV picture a more ‘dynamic’ look, which is where the name comes from.

HDR content preserves details in the darkest and brightest areas of a picture that are lost using current standards. It also allows for more natural, true-to-life colours that are closer to how we see them in real life.


Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/hdr-tv-high-dynamic-television-explained#TfZXTXV0mef02jgm.99

And it's got freeview hd

Edited By: Michalux on Aug 21, 2016 13:27
#13
thefoosfan2011
Sorry to sound simple, but what is HDR TV? Is it 4K Free view HD?

No, there is no 4K Freeview. HDR is high dynamic range
1 Like #14
Michalux
TwistedNerve
you'd be better off getting this from Richer Sounds for £799, as you get the 6 year warranty thrown in... it's an extra purchase from AO
AO charge a minimum of £5 per month (impossible to find exact care price) - if you ignore the first year, that's 60 months @ £5 = £300, taking your total outlay here to £1019, or £869 after your cashback
Yes, we all buy tvs for a warranty. Going with your reasoning, we should only buy tvs with long lasting warranty then?
If we talking long term warranty, this tv comes with 2 year warranty (EU law) and if you were to purchase AO care plan after 2 years, that would make it about the same price. Bear in mind that AO care plan is an extensive cover and covers things that normal warranty doesn't cover e.g. accidental damage.
Anyway I posted this because it's by far the cheapest price available for this particular model, £230 less than what you would pay with Richer Sound or anyone else. That's a huge discount.

Try arguing the two years' cover with AO. These are guys who charge a 20% plus restocking fee for a box-opened TV within 14 days of purchase.

Richer Sounds have probably the best value for money extended warranty in the UK - 10% of price for an extra 5 years' cover AND if you don't use it you can get it all back in the last month. Plus, their CS leaves everyone else in the shade. I was allowed to audition two sets of speakers at home before I settled for the pair I currently have. Try that with AO or Currys.

Edited By: hcc27 on Aug 21, 2016 15:02: .
#15
found out the TV cover is £7.49/month, so it's worse than originally quoted
#16
TwistedNerve
found out the TV cover is £7.49/month, so it's worse than originally quoted
what? what is the tv cover? £7.49
#17
is this true full HDR like it displays everything like even bbc 1 eastenders in HDR? or is it only HDR nextflix/amazon etc?
#18
is this 8 bit or 10 bit panel
#19
Is it not worth putting the extra bit of money in and getting the 49UH770V for £689?

770V


Edited By: xNuSeNsE on Aug 21, 2016 16:51
1 Like #20
iz123456789
is this true full HDR like it displays everything like even bbc 1 eastenders in HDR? or is it only HDR nextflix/amazon etc?

Eastenders isn't filmed in HDR, no current broadcast TV is. So only probably only Netflix at the moment.

iz123456789
is this 8 bit or 10 bit panel

It's an 8bit panel.

xNuSeNsE
Is it not worth putting the extra bit of money in and getting the 49UH770V for £689? 770V

770 is better imo, but it's still not 10bit. It's 8bit + dithering. People also report issues with vertical bands cause by the configuration of the local dimming. Probably worth a read about before you buy.
#21
hcc27
Michalux
TwistedNerve
you'd be better off getting this from Richer Sounds for £799, as you get the 6 year warranty thrown in... it's an extra purchase from AO
AO charge a minimum of £5 per month (impossible to find exact care price) - if you ignore the first year, that's 60 months @ £5 = £300, taking your total outlay here to £1019, or £869 after your cashback
Yes, we all buy tvs for a warranty. Going with your reasoning, we should only buy tvs with long lasting warranty then?
If we talking long term warranty, this tv comes with 2 year warranty (EU law) and if you were to purchase AO care plan after 2 years, that would make it about the same price. Bear in mind that AO care plan is an extensive cover and covers things that normal warranty doesn't cover e.g. accidental damage.
Anyway I posted this because it's by far the cheapest price available for this particular model, £230 less than what you would pay with Richer Sound or anyone else. That's a huge discount.
Try arguing the two years' cover with AO. These are guys who charge a 20% plus restocking fee for a box-opened TV within 14 days of purchase.

Richer Sounds have probably the best value for money extended warranty in the UK - 10% of price for an extra 5 years' cover AND if you don't use it you can get it all back in the last month. Plus, their CS leaves everyone else in the shade. I was allowed to audition two sets of speakers at home before I settled for the pair I currently have. Try that with AO or Currys.

I think Richer Sounds charge a 10% restocking fee. Sounds like they just liked you.
#22
TwistedNerve
you'd be better off getting this from Richer Sounds for £799, as you get the 6 year warranty thrown in... it's an extra purchase from AO
AO charge a minimum of £5 per month (impossible to find exact care price) - if you ignore the first year, that's 60 months @ £5 = £300, taking your total outlay here to £1019, or £869 after your cashback
I've not onced had a tv pack up within 5 years and probably get a new set every 3-4 years anyway and if they do pack up its usually in the first few months or not at all from my understanding

Edited By: kreames on Aug 21, 2016 21:36
#23
Nationwide card customers can get 1% cash back on purchases at AO.com for online orders if that helps :)
#24
Anyone know if this is a 10bit panel?
#25
Anyone know if this is a 10bit panel?
#26
moneysavingkitten
iz123456789
is this true full HDR like it displays everything like even bbc 1 eastenders in HDR? or is it only HDR nextflix/amazon etc?

Eastenders isn't filmed in HDR, no current broadcast TV is. So only probably only Netflix at the moment.

iz123456789
is this 8 bit or 10 bit panel

It's an 8bit panel.

xNuSeNsE
Is it not worth putting the extra bit of money in and getting the 49UH770V for £689? 770V

770 is better imo, but it's still not 10bit. It's 8bit + dithering. People also report issues with vertical bands cause by the configuration of the local dimming. Probably worth a read about before you buy.


This is definitely too new to be an 8 bit panel. What is your source?
#27
liamwood921
moneysavingkitten
iz123456789
is this true full HDR like it displays everything like even bbc 1 eastenders in HDR? or is it only HDR nextflix/amazon etc?
Eastenders isn't filmed in HDR, no current broadcast TV is. So only probably only Netflix at the moment.
iz123456789
is this 8 bit or 10 bit panel
It's an 8bit panel.
xNuSeNsE
Is it not worth putting the extra bit of money in and getting the 49UH770V for £689? 770V
770 is better imo, but it's still not 10bit. It's 8bit + dithering. People also report issues with vertical bands cause by the configuration of the local dimming. Probably worth a read about before you buy.
This is definitely too new to be an 8 bit panel. What is your source?
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/0236487
#28
TwistedNerve
liamwood921
moneysavingkitten
iz123456789
is this true full HDR like it displays everything like even bbc 1 eastenders in HDR? or is it only HDR nextflix/amazon etc?
Eastenders isn't filmed in HDR, no current broadcast TV is. So only probably only Netflix at the moment.
iz123456789
is this 8 bit or 10 bit panel
It's an 8bit panel.
xNuSeNsE
Is it not worth putting the extra bit of money in and getting the 49UH770V for £689? 770V
770 is better imo, but it's still not 10bit. It's 8bit + dithering. People also report issues with vertical bands cause by the configuration of the local dimming. Probably worth a read about before you buy.
This is definitely too new to be an 8 bit panel. What is your source?
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/0236487


I stand corrected! How can LG get away with putting 8K panels on 2016 4K TV's?!
#29
they gotta make TVs to suit all budgets I suppose.. they won't make much money selling top end TVs alone, so they sell entry level TVs for the masses too
same with mobiles, for every G5 there's a Cookie ;)
#30
I think the cashback offer has ended, not seeing the tab for it now :(
#31
xNuSeNsE
I think the cashback offer has ended, not seeing the tab for it now :(

Yep, it's gone now.
#32
JellybearXo
1900 hz is that correct ?


​if you have to ask its best u start researching tvs if ur serious

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