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LG 55EG910V 55 inch 1080p Full HD OLED Curved Smart TV WebOS (2015 Model) - Silver £838.96 @ Amazon

£838.96 @ Amazon
The price on this TV keeps fluctuating up and down, been on lightning deals and has been posted several times on here recently. I guess Amazon are trying to shift some stock. Ignore all the scam pr… Read More
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The price on this TV keeps fluctuating up and down, been on lightning deals and has been posted several times on here recently. I guess Amazon are trying to shift some stock.

Ignore all the scam prices.
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10 Likes
Stunning TV for the money but the 4k police will be on it like a shot.
8 Likes
anthonynsinclair
jayjayuk1234
anthonynsinclair
Anyways this deal is still very cold
You're clueless my friend.
Far from clueless pal , I have more pictures on my camera roll of new technology being rolled out this year taken at the Las Vegas CES Convention 2017 than you could ever dream of. you are really wasting your money buying an OLED 1080p TV in 2017!


55" 4k TV is utterly pointless, you're regular person won't notice the difference. 4k TV needs to be at least 65" and even then i'm not convinced it's enough.

1080p is more than enough at 55" unless you want to sit right in front of your tv, furthermore. Whilst we're on the subject, still severely lacking 4k content, 95% of most peoples TV viewing isn't even 1080p, let alone 4k.

This TV will destroy the likes of the Samsung UE55KS7000U which has been here for a similiar price, and is 4k

camera roll? i;m not getting into a willy waggling contest mate, and not even sure what that has to do with this? you're clueless based on your comments, if someone has 850 sheets to spend you would recommend they wasted it on an inferior 4k tv???

Ok, if you have 3k to spend, then yeah ok get a 4k OLED

Everyone told they need 4k, it's just not true, 1080p will be more than enough for most people for at least 5 more years.








Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jan 21, 2017 14:03: a
6 Likes
anthonynsinclair
jayjayuk1234
anthonynsinclair
Anyways this deal is still very cold
You're clueless my friend.
Far from clueless pal , I have more pictures on my camera roll of new technology being rolled out this year taken at the Las Vegas CES Convention 2017 than you could ever dream of. you are really wasting your money buying an OLED 1080p TV in 2017!
I have more pictures than you.
And mine is bigger than yours.
And my dad can beat your dad.
5 Likes
anthonynsinclair
jayjayuk1234
anthonynsinclair
jayjayuk1234
anthonynsinclair
Anyways this deal is still very cold
You're clueless my friend.
Far from clueless pal , I have more pictures on my camera roll of new technology being rolled out this year taken at the Las Vegas CES Convention 2017 than you could ever dream of. you are really wasting your money buying an OLED 1080p TV in 2017!
55" 4k TV is utterly pointless, you're regular person won't notice the difference. 4k TV needs to be at least 65" and even then i'm not convinced it's enough.
1080p is more than enough, furthermore. Whilst we're on the subject, still severely lacking 4k content, 95% of most peoples TV viewing isn't even 1080p, let alone 4k.
This TV will destroy the likes of the Samsung UE55KS7000U which has been here for a similiar price, and is 4k
camera roll? i;m not getting into a willy waggling contest mate, you're clueless based on your comments.
Everyone told they need 4k, it's just not true, 1080p will be more than enough for most people for at least 5 more years.
It seems you are the clueless one my friend. My point is that spending £900 in 2017 on an OLED 1080p TV is ridiculous and a complete waste of money.

You;re just not getting it are you

Spending £850 on a budget 4k TV is also a complete waste of money, if going 4k for it's superior image quality and viewing pleasure, what sense does it make to purchase a budget £850 4k TV??

I already said, if money is no object then you would purchase an OLED 4k TV, however this is a thread for a £850 TV, and you need to bear that in mind.

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jan 21, 2017 14:15

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2 Likes #1
don't bother paying this much for 1080p tv better off paying the extra and buying a 4k future proof tv
#2
Great price...soooo tempted :)
10 Likes #3
Stunning TV for the money but the 4k police will be on it like a shot.
3 Likes #4
I've had this Tv for 1 year now and I'm still wowed by it. Makes friends £1000 lg led LCD Tv look like sh1t
3 Likes #5
dexterf131
don't bother paying this much for 1080p tv better off paying the extra and buying a 4k future proof tv

Its nearly £1k extra for the next 4k hdr oled of the same size.
2 Likes #6
dexterf131
don't bother paying this much for 1080p tv better off paying the extra and buying a 4k future proof tv


oh no...dont say that ...your about to feel the force of true av enthusiasts

you've been warned

p.s this blows any 4k tv out the water on at this price for picture

motion
colour

Edited By: ashmac on Jan 21, 2017 12:11: spell
3 Likes #7
I can see people being caught out by the scam prices , If you are going to purchase DO NOT pay outside of Amazon as you can kiss goodbye to your hard earned money. If your in doubt contact Amazon first. Don't stray away from Amazons website !!
Trust me, I was nearly done !!
Amazon need to clamp down on this.
4 Likes #8
dexterf131
don't bother paying this much for 1080p tv better off paying the extra and buying a 4k future proof tv

They aren't future proof either. The HDR spec is changing yet again this year when HDMI 2.1 releases and brings "Dynamic HDR" which is said to look better than standard HDR. The manufacturers have once again released unfinished tech to the masses.
2 Likes #9
I bought this TV from Amazon a couple of weeks ago when it was around £850. It is a fantastic TV at this price. The picture is outstanding when watching an HD signal. The only minor niggle is when you get the brightness dimming, this is only really noticeable when you have a full white background which mainly occurs when you watch TV adverts. I would give it a 9 out of 10. Hope this helps someone.
1 Like #10
I'm tempted for this set as 4k content is limited and would I really notice 8 ft from TV.
#11
adam4007
I've had this Tv for 1 year now and I'm still wowed by it. Makes friends £1000 lg led LCD Tv look like sh1t

I bought one of these during the summer. None of LG's led LCD TVs made my shortlist as I felt the picture quality of their non-OLED TVs was exceptionally poor, compared to the likes of Samsung etc.


Edited By: melted on Jan 21, 2017 13:13: typos
1 Like #12
Gravesy166
Stunning TV for the money but the 4k police will be on it like a shot.
Indeed never knew there were so many people who;
a) prefer dark grey rather than black.
b) like poor backlights
c) are desparate to pay for TV streaming services etc services
d) believe all marketing marterial they read

great price but would want a 5 yr warranty to push the button on this...
1 Like #13
biddilybah
dexterf131
don't bother paying this much for 1080p tv better off paying the extra and buying a 4k future proof tv
They aren't future proof either. The HDR spec is changing yet again this year when HDMI 2.1 releases and brings "Dynamic HDR" which is said to look better than standard HDR. The manufacturers have once again released unfinished tech to the masses.
Interesting thanks; did'nt know about that. Guess if you want 4k may as well hold for 16k.....
1 Like #14
No 4K, Cold
1 Like #15
Good price, I think, but don't buy this thinking you can record onto a hard disk via USB. It works for a bit, but then just will not play then back without fault. Known fault and I think Samsung also suffers from it. I've not yet found a cure.
#16
anthonynsinclair
No 4K, Cold
Not even 8k or 16k either... so what..
1 Like #17
biddilybah
They aren't future proof either. The HDR spec is changing yet again this year when HDMI 2.1 releases and brings "Dynamic HDR" which is said to look better than standard HDR. The manufacturers have once again released unfinished tech to the masses.

LG included Dolby Vision (ie dynamic HDR, where there is colour metadata for every scene) in 2016 though, and have a software update for HLG (broadcast HDR designed by the BBC).

Can't argue about the ever changing HDMI spec though.
#18
afroylnt
anthonynsinclair
No 4K, Cold
Not even 8k or 16k either... so what..


Talking of 8K, this 8K displayed at the CES was quite impressive. https://s29.postimg.org/g6f4vi6rr/IMG_2500.jpg Anyways this deal is still very cold
4 Likes #19
anthonynsinclair
Anyways this deal is still very cold

You're clueless my friend.
1 Like #20
afroylnt
biddilybah
dexterf131
don't bother paying this much for 1080p tv better off paying the extra and buying a 4k future proof tv
They aren't future proof either. The HDR spec is changing yet again this year when HDMI 2.1 releases and brings "Dynamic HDR" which is said to look better than standard HDR. The manufacturers have once again released unfinished tech to the masses.
Interesting thanks; did'nt know about that. Guess if you want 4k may as well hold for 16k.....

Well apparently, the manufacturers were advised not to go to 4K and wait until 8K became available at a cheaper price. (8K is the maximum the human eye can see supposedly). They were told that the masses wouldn't notice a big enough jump from 1080p to 4K (They were right) hence why we now have HDR.

Basically, wait until CES 2018 if you can (a year from now) and then look to buy a new TV. We'll know then if this spec is truly completed then and the added benefit is the TVs will be cheaper too. ;)
#21
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/FIZ_gDOrzGk/maxresdefault.jpg
1 Like #22
dexterf131
don't bother paying this much for 1080p tv better off paying the extra and buying a 4k future proof tv


having recently watching a non oled 4k TV at a similar price to this, to me there was no comparison. once you get used to oled there is no going back
#23
jayjayuk1234
anthonynsinclair
Anyways this deal is still very cold

You're clueless my friend.


Far from clueless pal , I have more pictures on my camera roll of new technology being rolled out this year taken at the Las Vegas CES Convention 2017 than you could ever dream of. you are really wasting your money buying an OLED 1080p TV in 2017!
#24
Jameseh
biddilybah
They aren't future proof either. The HDR spec is changing yet again this year when HDMI 2.1 releases and brings "Dynamic HDR" which is said to look better than standard HDR. The manufacturers have once again released unfinished tech to the masses.
LG included Dolby Vision (ie dynamic HDR, where there is colour metadata for every scene) in 2016 though, and have a software update for HLG (broadcast HDR designed by the BBC).

Can't argue about the ever changing HDMI spec though.

The HDMI spec changing HDR again is the main issue I have with buying a TV right now. LG have arguably made their TVs more futureproof but they will still lack the HDMI spec for Dynamic HDR10. Until manufacturers confirm which TVs can be upgraded via firmware (some can apparently) I just wouldn't risk it. With a HDR format war looming too (unless Dolby Vision will just be a niche product), I'm staying well away for now and sticking with my TV for a while longer. Hasn't helped that they killed off 3D this year either. (Wasn't to everyone's taste but I enjoyed it and it's annoying they made my discs obselete on new tvs).


Edited By: biddilybah on Jan 21, 2017 13:50: ...
2 Likes #25
dexterf131
don't bother paying this much for 1080p tv better off paying the extra and buying a 4k future proof tv


We don't even have BBC HD on 101 sky yet, we are at least 2 years away from 4K TV channel - and upscalling HD to 4K is poo due to the compression

Edited By: paulrwarner on Jan 21, 2017 13:47: S&G
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anthonynsinclair
jayjayuk1234
anthonynsinclair
Anyways this deal is still very cold
You're clueless my friend.
Far from clueless pal , I have more pictures on my camera roll of new technology being rolled out this year taken at the Las Vegas CES Convention 2017 than you could ever dream of. you are really wasting your money buying an OLED 1080p TV in 2017!


55" 4k TV is utterly pointless, you're regular person won't notice the difference. 4k TV needs to be at least 65" and even then i'm not convinced it's enough.

1080p is more than enough at 55" unless you want to sit right in front of your tv, furthermore. Whilst we're on the subject, still severely lacking 4k content, 95% of most peoples TV viewing isn't even 1080p, let alone 4k.

This TV will destroy the likes of the Samsung UE55KS7000U which has been here for a similiar price, and is 4k

camera roll? i;m not getting into a willy waggling contest mate, and not even sure what that has to do with this? you're clueless based on your comments, if someone has 850 sheets to spend you would recommend they wasted it on an inferior 4k tv???

Ok, if you have 3k to spend, then yeah ok get a 4k OLED

Everyone told they need 4k, it's just not true, 1080p will be more than enough for most people for at least 5 more years.








Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jan 21, 2017 14:03: a
#27
jayjayuk1234
anthonynsinclair
jayjayuk1234
anthonynsinclair
Anyways this deal is still very cold
You're clueless my friend.
Far from clueless pal , I have more pictures on my camera roll of new technology being rolled out this year taken at the Las Vegas CES Convention 2017 than you could ever dream of. you are really wasting your money buying an OLED 1080p TV in 2017!


55" 4k TV is utterly pointless, you're regular person won't notice the difference. 4k TV needs to be at least 65" and even then i'm not convinced it's enough.

1080p is more than enough, furthermore. Whilst we're on the subject, still severely lacking 4k content, 95% of most peoples TV viewing isn't even 1080p, let alone 4k.

This TV will destroy the likes of the Samsung UE55KS7000U which has been here for a similiar price, and is 4k

camera roll? i;m not getting into a willy waggling contest mate, you're clueless based on your comments.

Everyone told they need 4k, it's just not true, 1080p will be more than enough for most people for at least 5 more years.





It seems you are the clueless one my friend. My point is that spending £900 in 2017 on an OLED 1080p TV is ridiculous and a complete waste of money.
#28
"Ignore all the scam prices."

It is insane that these scam sellers have been on Amazon for years, and Amazon don't do a thing about it.

Rant aside, good price :)

I'm very tempted, and I know it comes up every thread, but the only thing stopping me from pulling the trigger is the thought that I will later regret not going for a 4k hdr tv.

Edited By: geowars2 on Jan 21, 2017 14:00
#29
englands28
I can see people being caught out by the scam prices , If you are going to purchase DO NOT pay outside of Amazon as you can kiss goodbye to your hard earned money. If your in doubt contact Amazon first. Don't stray away from Amazons website !!
Trust me, I was nearly done !!
Amazon need to clamp down on this.
I was really lucky some 6 years ago when I was able to get the Post office to refund 99% of the money I had sent via Western Union for a Sony TV from what turned out to be a spam site,as I recall Amazon were useless,I was just lucky.
2 Likes #30
geowars2
"Ignore all the scam prices."

It is insane that these scam sellers have been on Amazon for years, and Amazon don't do a thing about it.

Rant aside, good price :)

I'm very tempted, and I know it comes up every thread, but the only thing stopping me from pulling the trigger is the thought that I will later regret not going for a 4k hdr tv.


I Had a Samsung 4k TV and hated it for the backlight bleed. Got the 930V OLED and love it despite its ONLY
#31
tempt
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/FIZ_gDOrzGk/maxresdefault.jpg

Is this a 4K picture?
5 Likes #32
anthonynsinclair
jayjayuk1234
anthonynsinclair
jayjayuk1234
anthonynsinclair
Anyways this deal is still very cold
You're clueless my friend.
Far from clueless pal , I have more pictures on my camera roll of new technology being rolled out this year taken at the Las Vegas CES Convention 2017 than you could ever dream of. you are really wasting your money buying an OLED 1080p TV in 2017!
55" 4k TV is utterly pointless, you're regular person won't notice the difference. 4k TV needs to be at least 65" and even then i'm not convinced it's enough.
1080p is more than enough, furthermore. Whilst we're on the subject, still severely lacking 4k content, 95% of most peoples TV viewing isn't even 1080p, let alone 4k.
This TV will destroy the likes of the Samsung UE55KS7000U which has been here for a similiar price, and is 4k
camera roll? i;m not getting into a willy waggling contest mate, you're clueless based on your comments.
Everyone told they need 4k, it's just not true, 1080p will be more than enough for most people for at least 5 more years.
It seems you are the clueless one my friend. My point is that spending £900 in 2017 on an OLED 1080p TV is ridiculous and a complete waste of money.

You;re just not getting it are you

Spending £850 on a budget 4k TV is also a complete waste of money, if going 4k for it's superior image quality and viewing pleasure, what sense does it make to purchase a budget £850 4k TV??

I already said, if money is no object then you would purchase an OLED 4k TV, however this is a thread for a £850 TV, and you need to bear that in mind.

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jan 21, 2017 14:15
1 Like #33
This or the KS7000?
#34
englands28
If your in doubt contact Amazon first.

This isn't good advice unfortunately. I phoned Amazon to report a scam seller once, and they insisted that the seller was genuine.

What had actually happened was that the seller's account was hacked, and they added lots of listings for TV's and Macbook's etc.

I had to contact the company who owned the account to let them know. They didn't even respond to me, but their Amazon account was later removed.

Amazon don't care less. This has been happening for years.



Edited By: geowars2 on Jan 21, 2017 14:37
1 Like #35
stormywhether
This or the KS7000?

This all day long
1 Like #36
stormywhether
This or the KS7000?


Go for the OLED mate. You'll love it.
#37
anthonynsinclair
jayjayuk1234
anthonynsinclair
jayjayuk1234
anthonynsinclair
Anyways this deal is still very cold
You're clueless my friend.
Far from clueless pal , I have more pictures on my camera roll of new technology being rolled out this year taken at the Las Vegas CES Convention 2017 than you could ever dream of. you are really wasting your money buying an OLED 1080p TV in 2017!
55" 4k TV is utterly pointless, you're regular person won't notice the difference. 4k TV needs to be at least 65" and even then i'm not convinced it's enough.
1080p is more than enough, furthermore. Whilst we're on the subject, still severely lacking 4k content, 95% of most peoples TV viewing isn't even 1080p, let alone 4k.
This TV will destroy the likes of the Samsung UE55KS7000U which has been here for a similiar price, and is 4k
camera roll? i;m not getting into a willy waggling contest mate, you're clueless based on your comments.
Everyone told they need 4k, it's just not true, 1080p will be more than enough for most people for at least 5 more years.
It seems you are the clueless one my friend. My point is that spending £900 in 2017 on an OLED 1080p TV is ridiculous and a complete waste of money.

I viewed quite a few TVs in store before I settled on this model, including a couple of 4k 55" oleds, and I only really appreciated 4k on the 65" TVs, so I also think that 4k is only really worth having on 65" TVs and up.

In the end I came down to this or a 65" quantum dot samsung, and I went with OLED as I would have been unhappy to have another TV with grey blacks and would still be missing my hi-black screen sony trinitron CRT TV :).

I was also tempted to spend several grand on the 65" OLED LG I saw that was absolutely stunning showing 4k content, and by far the best picture I saw.

By the time I need a new TV, hopefully there will be enough 4k content to make it worthwhile, and 65"+ OLEDs will be much cheaper, or LCD will have caught up.



Edited By: melted on Jan 21, 2017 15:05
#38
adam4007
I've had this Tv for 1 year now and I'm still wowed by it. Makes friends £1000 lg led LCD Tv look like sh1t

Keep wanting this, looks a great price now, its it that good? Thanks
1 Like #39
Is the picture better then a plasma tv or the same. Tempted to retire my Panasonic G20 for this
1 Like #40
millward84
Is the picture better then a plasma tv or the same. Tempted to retire my Panasonic G20 for this

Well the contrast will be much better because the blacks are blacker and the panel can go much brighter.
So yes.
If you care, your power consumption will be lower, it has all the gimmicky smart tv nonsense, and it's much nicer looking too I'm sure you'll agree.

I have a Panasonic Plasma too and also tempted. It's a lot of money though. oO




Edited By: geowars2 on Jan 21, 2017 15:30

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