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LG 55EG910V 55" Full HD OLED TV with Freeview HD, Magic Remote £999.00 @ PRC Direct

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No arguments about 10 bit vs 8 bit here as this is a FULL HD set! Handy for anyone not watching 4k which is just about everyone. Read More
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No arguments about 10 bit vs 8 bit here as this is a FULL HD set! Handy for anyone not watching 4k which is just about everyone.
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perfect TV in every way. makes SD quality look amazing. HD and bluray are crazy quality. kodi / streaming is sublime. The quality of the blacks would destroy any other format of TV. UHD/4k is useless unless to sit at a specified distance versus are specified screen size. do your research people. ......
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More and more is coming on. If I was spending £1000 I would get ks7000 Samsung. Full HDR and 4K. Future proof your self you will regret this in a year or 2
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crazzzzzy_b
But you can buy the ks7000 55 inch for £979 which is better than this as per every review I have read. With 4K
So again stupid decision. Samsung future proofed this is not. You buy oled as you want the best picture so why would you buy one that can't produce the best picture which is uhd

the Samsung is great but why do you care if the guy wants an oled, they are awesome tvs. And ranting on about 4k when most people have no 4k content even. It's his choice and seems like a perfectly acceptable one.
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These 1080p OLED sets blow all the Samsung 4k sets out of the water. less pixels or not, Buy this, watch 99% of TV in its native 1080 p resolution and smirk to yourself for many years. Then in perhaps 10 years time when most stuff is 4K buy a new set for 150 quid.

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#1
At last some oleds FHD hope these get cheaper as this is they way I'm thinking now. Heat
7 Likes #2
More and more is coming on. If I was spending £1000 I would get ks7000 Samsung. Full HDR and 4K. Future proof your self you will regret this in a year or 2
1 Like #3
Grand tour in uhd is mint
2 Likes #4
crazzzzzy_b
More and more is coming on. If I was spending £1000 I would get ks7000 Samsung. Full HDR and 4K. Future proof your self you will regret this in a year or 2
Absolute garbage. Don't know what your talking about...I've had this for a year and it replaced a Samsung. The TV is superior in every way. You've probably got a PC to research and a 26" Toshiba/ DVD combi as your main TV set
1 Like #5
When uhd comes properly then you stuck wanting uhd and have to then buy a new tv to watch it.
4 Likes #6
What's wrong with using a pc to research lol what do you do get every TV set sent to your home and spend a day on each one to compare? Or use the internet?

I bought a Samsung 55ks8000 2 weeks ago £1449. Just cos this is oled does not mean it's better picture it has 25% of the pixels lol.

It currys the £2500 oleds were next to the Samsung and I preferred the Samsung picture. Might have been lg demo was crap in space one that didn't look at that good.

Uhd is where hd was when it started, give it 6-12 months and there will be loads to watch
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crazzzzzy_b
What's wrong with using a pc to research lol what do you do get every TV set sent to your home and spend a day on each one to compare? Or use the internet?
I bought a Samsung 55ks8000 2 weeks ago £1449. Just cos this is oled does not mean it's better picture it has 25% of the pixels lol.
It currys the £2500 oleds were next to the Samsung and I preferred the Samsung picture. Might have been lg demo was crap in space one that didn't look at that good.
Uhd is where hd was when it started, give it 6-12 months and there will be loads to watch
Why not just buy another when the markets ready for a 4K OLED at the moment its yet another Sky addon. Picture is down to personal taste but this HD OLED is superb and well worth the £1k
#8
http://www.whathifi.com/best-buys/tvs/best-4k-tvs

Scan down to below £1500 tv see what wins

If you have a which subscription, their best 2016 is my Samsung

http://www.which.co.uk/reviews/televisions/article/best-tvs-of-2016

This oled fits on the same category so why just cos this is oled did it not win?

It's like saying every tv that is 4K is better

Just cos this is oled does not mean it's better

Do some research on your spectrum computer
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crazzzzzy_b
More and more is coming on. If I was spending £1000 I would get ks7000 Samsung. Full HDR and 4K. Future proof your self you will regret this in a year or 2


belive it or not this is better than most 4k tvs baring the lg oled 4k ..

its not all about the resolution .if you knew about tvs you wouldn't have made your comment :D
#10
But you can buy the ks7000 55 inch for £979 which is better than this as per every review I have read. With 4K

So again stupid decision. Samsung future proofed this is not. You buy oled as you want the best picture so why would you buy one that can't produce the best picture which is uhd
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perfect TV in every way. makes SD quality look amazing. HD and bluray are crazy quality. kodi / streaming is sublime. The quality of the blacks would destroy any other format of TV. UHD/4k is useless unless to sit at a specified distance versus are specified screen size. do your research people. ......
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crazzzzzy_b
More and more is coming on. If I was spending £1000 I would get ks7000 Samsung. Full HDR and 4K. Future proof your self you will regret this in a year or 2
You obviously haven't read the user threads in avforums-I wouldnt touch the ks7000 with a barge pole!

Edited By: Jaybeam on Nov 26, 2016 08:40
#13
Ashmac so why hasn't it won a single best tv in its category this year and Samsung won it on just about every website ? It can't be better can it if no one rated it the best tv. People being suckered into the oled hype.
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I'll stick with my Pioneer Kuro 9G :D
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crazzzzzy_b
Ashmac so why hasn't it won a single best tv in its category this year and Samsung won it on just about every website ? It can't be better can it if no one rated it the best tv. People being suckered into the oled hype.
Unless i'm mistaken this TV came out at the end of 2015 which is why its not listed in the articles you've been looking at.

The only downside to this TV over the KS7000 is no HDR, other than that in 99% of the content you'd be watching it will look better than the Samsung in every way. Other than a handful of shows/movies on netflix + amazon and bluray almost everything else you'll be watching for the next few years to come will be 1080p or lower anyway.
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crazzzzzy_b
But you can buy the ks7000 55 inch for £979 which is better than this as per every review I have read. With 4K
So again stupid decision. Samsung future proofed this is not. You buy oled as you want the best picture so why would you buy one that can't produce the best picture which is uhd

the Samsung is great but why do you care if the guy wants an oled, they are awesome tvs. And ranting on about 4k when most people have no 4k content even. It's his choice and seems like a perfectly acceptable one.
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crazzzzzy_b
Ashmac so why hasn't it won a single best tv in its category this year and Samsung won it on just about every website ? It can't be better can it if no one rated it the best tv. People being suckered into the oled hype.


why il tell you because its an old tv from last year why would the put a 2015 set against a 2016 set
1 Like #18
Anybody thinks 4K is important have a look at this from avforums!
https://www.avforums.com/threads/4k-hdr-compatible-vs-full-hd.2066643/
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cnet

Now, to answer your questions. The fact that it's "only" 1080p and not 4K resolution shouldn't be a deal breaker for most people. Neither should its inability to handle HDR sources. It will still outperform any LED-based LCD TV we've seen overall, including the highest-end models with 4K and HDR. Then again, if you insist on your next TV having those next-generation features -- a perfectly reasonable stance, especially on a TV this expensive -- the 55EG9100 isn't for you.
1 Like #20
crazzzzzy_b
Ashmac so why hasn't it won a single best tv in its category this year and Samsung won it on just about every website ? It can't be better can it if no one rated it the best tv. People being suckered into the oled hype.


oled over hype are you mental?

e6 lg oled is the best tv this year hands down that people can afford
#21
crazzzzzy_b
What's wrong with using a pc to research lol what do you do get every TV set sent to your home and spend a day on each one to compare? Or use the internet?
I bought a Samsung 55ks8000 2 weeks ago £1449. Just cos this is oled does not mean it's better picture it has 25% of the pixels lol.
It currys the £2500 oleds were next to the Samsung and I preferred the Samsung picture. Might have been lg demo was crap in space one that didn't look at that good.
Uhd is where hd was when it started, give it 6-12 months and there will be loads to watch

More like 6-12 years. There's still barely anything full HD on TV channels. Mostly 720p. By the time 4k content catches up, there'll be new technology in TVs that will make you want to buy another. 1080p OLED is the sweet spot for me. But can't justify another TV when ours is 2yrs old lol
#22
I really hope this site gets off this 4K hype and we start looking at deals like this in Oled and getting some good prices- can we hope they will get cheaper?


Edited By: Jaybeam on Nov 26, 2016 09:01
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I have been doing quite a bit of research these last few days trying to figure out what it the best setup for the TV I am watching now and for the next couple of years. In order to get the immersive 4K experience sitting 7ft from the screen I needed minimum 60inch, probably 65. That's if I had any quality 4K sources. Can't stream Amazon or Netflix in 4k due to bandwidth which need to be 25mbps in my experience.

Even then, 95% of my viewing would be on SD / HD and Kodi and on a 65 incher it would look rubbish (I have tested this using work's 65 inch 4k set). The decision then makes itself. Watch the TV for now on the appropriate sized screen with the right technology. This is it.

I did consider the Samsung 7000 series but it doesn't have 3D and there are some poor reviews on AVForums regarding backlighting and motion.
6 Likes #24
These 1080p OLED sets blow all the Samsung 4k sets out of the water. less pixels or not, Buy this, watch 99% of TV in its native 1080 p resolution and smirk to yourself for many years. Then in perhaps 10 years time when most stuff is 4K buy a new set for 150 quid.
#25
SpamJavelin
I have been doing quite a bit of research these last few days trying to figure out what it the best setup for the TV I am watching now and for the next couple of years. In order to get the immersive 4K experience sitting 7ft from the screen I needed minimum 60inch, probably 65. That's if I had any quality 4K sources. Can't stream Amazon or Netflix in 4k due to bandwidth which need to be 25mbps in my experience.
Even then, 95% of my viewing would be on SD / HD and Kodi and on a 65 incher it would look rubbish (I have tested this using work's 65 inch 4k set). The decision then makes itself. Watch the TV for now on the appropriate sized screen with the right technology. This is it.
I did consider the Samsung 7000 series but it doesn't have 3D and there are some poor reviews on AVForums regarding backlighting and motion.
You've done exactly what I've been doing mate. Absolutely agree with comments.
#26
Any flat screens rather than curve?
4 Likes #27
see for me ive looked into it comming from a high emd plamsa pansonic led/lcd is not an option

so im going for the b6 65 " sat about 7 feet ive actually messaured it then im getting 4k netflix a uhd player to watch it in proper 4k and virgins new 4k tivo i have 200 meg bb

if your going to get 4k you have to get the best from it other wise dont bother.

Edited By: ashmac on Nov 26, 2016 09:23: tt
#28
good deal, ks7000 has poor up scaling of content the 4k revolution is like 3D and look what's happened to that! hot from me :)
#29
I think it all comes down to personal preference. If you watch a lot of 4k currently then this isn't for you. If you watch a lot of HD then this is for you.
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macdazz
good deal, ks7000 has poor up scaling of content the 4k revolution is like 3D and look what's happened to that! hot from me :)


cant compare 3d and 4k
#31
I have the 55EC930V which replaced a Samsung 4K TV which had horrible light bleed and awful blacks. Although the LG is HD only it's picture quality just is so much better than the Samsung. Don't need or miss the 4k at all and love OLED.
#32
Vegeta
I'll stick with my Pioneer Kuro 9G :D


Ditto..... My Kuro 428 plasma (720p} from 2005 still better than all the other higher resolution tv's in the house. Apparently it's about the black palette....
#33
On a serious note, can anyone price match this like curry's John Lewis that offer 5 year guarantee?
#34
Really rate LG sets looks awesome
1 Like #35
killabyte
On a serious note, can anyone price match this like curry's John Lewis that offer 5 year guarantee?
Richersounds sell the TV so they might but they only have it in store only so getting it at your local one might be a problem, John Lewis don't sell it, Currys do but it will probably be like getting blood out of a stone to get them to price match anywhere other than JL and RS.
#36
Hi. I have been looking into getting a new tv. I sit 11.5ft away, have amazon, netflix, sky hd (not Q yet), kodi and looking at swapping my xbox one for a xbox one S (for hdr and 4k bluray player). I have been salivating over the prospect of an lg oled for a while (can probably afford 55in). Only recently have I been won over by online reviews of the ks7000 such as:

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/ue49ks7000-201610234374.htm

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

(The US ks8000 = UK ks7000 I'm told)

especially as I can probably afford to get the 65in Samsung model once it drops a little, it has better input lag for gaming and the viewing angle shouldn't matter as my 4/5 seat sofa faces the tv. I have been to currys to compare but worry because i cant really gauge how my various tv/gaming sources will look with upscaling. In the store I think I slightly preferred the ks7000 actually but that was only watching the provided 4k hdr source material. Perhaps a bisit to Richer Sounds is in order)

Seeing as its quite a heated debate here I thought I would request advice in the form of this annoyingly long post (Sorry!)
1 Like #37
Ive returned three LED tv's this year all due to backlight bleed. OLED wins hands down
#38
PAL
perfect TV in every way. makes SD quality look amazing. HD and bluray are crazy quality. kodi / streaming is sublime. The quality of the blacks would destroy any other format of TV. UHD/4k is useless unless to sit at a specified distance versus are specified screen size. do your research people. ......

What is it about this box that makes Kodi sublime? Upscaling? Mine is borderline unwatchable.
1 Like #39
crazzzzzy_b
Ashmac so why hasn't it won a single best tv in its category this year and Samsung won it on just about every website ? It can't be better can it if no one rated it the best tv. People being suckered into the oled hype.
4K is for now mostly marketing and a feature that is well down the list against OLED and true HDR. HDR is a challenge as there is little content out there for it. Think of it this way 4k grey is still 4k grey but full HD OLED gives blacks not greys.

Can't have reviewers stating 4k is not a great feature to have; its driving the vast amount of TV sales right now and it also drives people to want to buy 4k feeds - more money for the industry.

This is TV is not perfect but still better for most people than any other equivalent priced TV. If for some reason you will be watching just about all of your viewing in 4k and sit quite close to your TV then yes it won't be the best. But for allot of people with no 4k feeds it simply is.


Edited By: afroylnt on Nov 26, 2016 10:30: typo
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So funny how people are shunning 4K, it's like people shunning 1080p back in the day. No 4K is happening and it looks so much better and sharper, such a myth about distance or screen size, I have a 27 inch iMac that I sit like 2ft from and it looks worlds apart from my 1080p 24 inch monitor... for one I can fit 4 window on one screen and read everything, where the 1080p screen can only display one.

Also modern lcds like the ks7000 can get to 1400nits, this things gets to only 330nits.... which means it sucks for daytime viewing and it sucks for HDR... which is basically a wide colour gamut that essentially this to doesn't have.

The other good thing about 4K is how much more pixel dense they are, things look like print. However this tv has such big pixels, you can see them from a mile away, it just looks so cheap and nasty like an iPhone 3GS vs iPhone 4 when we finally jumped to the retina screen.

Don't waste your money, go to the store and see a ks7000 vs even a 4K oled and they looks practically identical. The only difference I see is the lg oleds are more saturated, I found them to be too saturated where people's face are all orange. Also the lg oled 4k tv I saw lost a lot of detail in th blacks, where the mucher brighter ks7000 showed a lot more detail. Oled isn't perfect, it has a lot of problems like image retention and how fast they fade, put your oled phone that's 2nyears old up against a brand new one and you'll see how much yours has faded. If you want a tv for 5 years, oled jus isn't reliable enough....

Maybe you don't buy a tv this year, maybe wait for next year when the lcds will all be full array backlit. Then you see the advantage of oled gone as those TVs almost look as black as the oleds but have the advantage of LCD. Standards aren't sitting around, LCD has come a long way, just like how oled has come a long way, one isn't better than the other... but right now I'm bored of oled being sold to people in a lie.

Don't buy this tv, 4K is the future, if you cannot afford a 4K oled, then buy a tv like the ks7000.

If you play games then definitely get 4K, if you watch Netflix or Amazon prime then definitely get 4K, if you watch blu-rays then get 4K, if you want to use it as a monitor or web browser, get 4K. If you watch a lot of YouTube then get a 4K, only terrestrial uk tv is stuck on 720p... but that's not a good reason to stay in the past, even the BBC are upgrading to 4K.

The only reason to stick to 1080p is because you're too poor for the proper 4K oled.

Edited By: slannmage on Nov 26, 2016 10:19

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