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LG 65UF770V Smart 4K Ultra HD 65 Inch TV (2015 Model) Amazon! £999.00

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normal price £1706.27 amazon lightning deal £999 save £707.27 DISCOVER TRUE DETAIL Make the leap to 4K and enjoy real-life detail and clarity, four times the resolution of Full HD on this ultra … Read More
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normal price £1706.27 amazon lightning deal £999 save £707.27

DISCOVER TRUE DETAIL

Make the leap to 4K and enjoy real-life detail and clarity, four times the resolution of Full HD on this ultra stylish LG 65UF770V 65 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV. The quadrupled picture quality delivers stunningly natural, life-like images, even when viewed from up close, for a more immersive viewing experience.

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Thanks to LG's unique 6-step image processing technology, there's no need to wait to start enjoying the benefits of 4K, you can enjoy everything you usually watch in near 4K resolution - regardless of the image source. The 65UF770V also offers future-proof HDMI 2.0 connectivity that will soon be the standard for UHD broadcasting
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1 Like #1
tempting. heat added
1 Like #2
That's a lot of TV for the price. Heat
#3
oos
#4
Is there a way to tell which LG TVs aren't RGBW or are they all?
1 Like #5
Is this 10 bit and do I own it at the end?
#6
all gone!
#7
Shows how many people expire deals this was out of stock 5 minutes after it was posted and still went hot
1 Like #8
Last years tv, old spec, no hdr, not future proofed, waste of money this one unless you just want big


Edited By: matengawhat on Oct 11, 2016 21:43: Update
1 Like #9
anlygi
Is there a way to tell which LG TVs aren't RGBW or are they all?

anlygi
Is there a way to tell which LG TVs aren't RGBW or are they all?

This is best website I've found for info, can't see this 1 listed as RGBW
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/06e0199

Edited By: matengawhat on Oct 11, 2016 21:48
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matengawhat
anlygi
Is there a way to tell which LG TVs aren't RGBW or are they all?
anlygi
Is there a way to tell which LG TVs aren't RGBW or are they all?
This is best website I've found for info, can't see this 1 listed as RGBWhttp://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/06e0199

Many thanks. Currently looking to pull the trigger on a 4k set but I had discounted LG entirely because of it.
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matengawhat
Last years tv, old spec, no hdr, not future proofed, waste of money this one unless you just want big



Future proof? What is? This is a fantastic tv.. 2-3 years ago now it's up against new tech it's not so great but the new tech in 3-4 years when we're preparing ourselves for 8k will not so hot either :) future proof is just silly duke..
#12
Mathaeus
matengawhat
Last years tv, old spec, no hdr, not future proofed, waste of money this one unless you just want big
Future proof? What is? This is a fantastic tv.. 2-3 years ago now it's up against new tech it's not so great but the new tech in 3-4 years when we're preparing ourselves for 8k will not so hot either :) future proof is just silly duke..
I'm sure you are just being argumentative but I meant this tv is out of date now for the current 4k hdr spec which will be with us for the foreseeable future, if you buy this you be replacing in less than 12months to match current specs, reason why it's massively discounted, false economy. I personally think it should be clearly sold as old tech. People not in the know will be buying this thinking it's state of the art when it's not. They will be massively disappointed when they hook up an 4k bluray player. Hdr is more of a game changer than 4k. 8k is sometime off by which time all current tvs will be out of date!





Edited By: matengawhat on Oct 11, 2016 22:49: Update
1 Like #13
matengawhat
Mathaeus
matengawhat
Last years tv, old spec, no hdr, not future proofed, waste of money this one unless you just want big
Future proof? What is? This is a fantastic tv.. 2-3 years ago now it's up against new tech it's not so great but the new tech in 3-4 years when we're preparing ourselves for 8k will not so hot either :) future proof is just silly duke..
I'm sure you are just being argumentative but I meant this tv is out of date now for the current 4k hdr spec which will be with us for the foreseeable future, if you buy this you be replacing in less than 12months to match current specs, reason why it's massively discounted, false economy. I personally think it should be clearly sold as old tech. People not in the know will be buying this thinking it's state of the art when it's not. They will be massively disappointed when they hook up an 4k bluray player. Hdr is more of a game changer than 4k. 8k is sometime off by which time all current tvs will be out of date!






My only thing was your use of the term 'future proof' however 'foreseeable future' is a matter of perspective.. The question is.. IS this a deal or not? And that is relative!
#14
matengawhat
Mathaeus
matengawhat
Last years tv, old spec, no hdr, not future proofed, waste of money this one unless you just want big
Future proof? What is? This is a fantastic tv.. 2-3 years ago now it's up against new tech it's not so great but the new tech in 3-4 years when we're preparing ourselves for 8k will not so hot either :) future proof is just silly duke..
I'm sure you are just being argumentative but I meant this tv is out of date now for the current 4k hdr spec which will be with us for the foreseeable future, if you buy this you be replacing in less than 12months to match current specs, reason why it's massively discounted, false economy. I personally think it should be clearly sold as old tech. People not in the know will be buying this thinking it's state of the art when it's not. They will be massively disappointed when they hook up an 4k bluray player. Hdr is more of a game changer than 4k. 8k is sometime off by which time all current tvs will be out of date!

You're making a massive (and wrong) assumption that everyone wants to view content in 4K and have HDR support so will ditch whatever they have at the moment for it. I still stick with normal HD as I can't be bothered to be scalped by the providers (as soon as something new is out, owning the tech is one thing but just watch how they try and monetise it) for the best content as well as forking out for the latest TV. There are other benefits to upgrading to last year's TVs including power efficiency and amazing value, even if you don't care about 4K.
1 Like #15
I long for the day viewing all content in HD nevermind 4K!
#16
plewis00
matengawhat
Mathaeus
matengawhat
Last years tv, old spec, no hdr, not future proofed, waste of money this one unless you just want big
Future proof? What is? This is a fantastic tv.. 2-3 years ago now it's up against new tech it's not so great but the new tech in 3-4 years when we're preparing ourselves for 8k will not so hot either :) future proof is just silly duke..
I'm sure you are just being argumentative but I meant this tv is out of date now for the current 4k hdr spec which will be with us for the foreseeable future, if you buy this you be replacing in less than 12months to match current specs, reason why it's massively discounted, false economy. I personally think it should be clearly sold as old tech. People not in the know will be buying this thinking it's state of the art when it's not. They will be massively disappointed when they hook up an 4k bluray player. Hdr is more of a game changer than 4k. 8k is sometime off by which time all current tvs will be out of date!
You're making a massive (and wrong) assumption that everyone wants to view content in 4K and have HDR support so will ditch whatever they have at the moment for it. I still stick with normal HD as I can't be bothered to be scalped by the providers (as soon as something new is out, owning the tech is one thing but just watch how they try and monetise it) for the best content as well as forking out for the latest TV. There are other benefits to upgrading to last year's TVs including power efficiency and amazing value, even if you don't care about 4K.

Wasn't making that assumption just pointing out the facts this tv doesn't support it. Everyone is pushing 4k and hdr, Xbox one s new games coming ou with hdr, Scorpio will build on this, all ps4s upgraded to hdr support although no games yet, new ps4 pro hdr support and games to follow, 4k bluray players, Ultra HD hdr discs. If you're not bothered about it might as well save a fortune and just buy a 1080p tv not a 4k one, image will be far better for SD, SD stretched to fill this 65" screen will be so soft.

My point was the TV industry was so quick to push 4k before finalising hdr that most of the 2015 tvs are missing something in spec, if you can wait another 12 months to buy a tv I would. I wouldn't be dropping £1k on this but that's my personally feelings, as I said if you just want big it's not a bad price but ask yourself what you want over next few years, that's not to say tech won't improve again. We're in a massive flex of change at the minute.




Edited By: matengawhat on Oct 12, 2016 07:36: Update
#17
matengawhat
plewis00
matengawhat
Mathaeus
matengawhat
Last years tv, old spec, no hdr, not future proofed, waste of money this one unless you just want big
Future proof? What is? This is a fantastic tv.. 2-3 years ago now it's up against new tech it's not so great but the new tech in 3-4 years when we're preparing ourselves for 8k will not so hot either :) future proof is just silly duke..
I'm sure you are just being argumentative but I meant this tv is out of date now for the current 4k hdr spec which will be with us for the foreseeable future, if you buy this you be replacing in less than 12months to match current specs, reason why it's massively discounted, false economy. I personally think it should be clearly sold as old tech. People not in the know will be buying this thinking it's state of the art when it's not. They will be massively disappointed when they hook up an 4k bluray player. Hdr is more of a game changer than 4k. 8k is sometime off by which time all current tvs will be out of date!
You're making a massive (and wrong) assumption that everyone wants to view content in 4K and have HDR support so will ditch whatever they have at the moment for it. I still stick with normal HD as I can't be bothered to be scalped by the providers (as soon as something new is out, owning the tech is one thing but just watch how they try and monetise it) for the best content as well as forking out for the latest TV. There are other benefits to upgrading to last year's TVs including power efficiency and amazing value, even if you don't care about 4K.
Wasn't making that assumption just pointing out the facts this tv doesn't support it. Everyone is pushing 4k and hdr, Xbox one s new games coming ou with hdr, Scorpio will build on this, all ps4s upgraded to hdr support although no games yet, new ps4 pro hdr support and games to follow, 4k bluray players, Ultra HD hdr discs. If you're not bothered about it might as well save a fortune and just buy a 1080p tv not a 4k one, image will be far better for SD, SD stretched to fill this 65" screen will be so soft.
My point was the TV industry was so quick to push 4k before finalising hdr that most of the 2015 tvs are missing something in spec, if you can wait another 12 months to buy a tv I would. I wouldn't be dropping £1k on this but that's my personally feelings, as I said if you just want big it's not a bad price but ask yourself what you want over next few years, that's not to say tech won't improve again. We're in a massive flex of change at the minute.

I do agree with that though. I am not sold on 4K at all despite having multiple TVs and devices with it, HDR I think I'm right in saying requires 4K (or at least they always come in pairs). But there is always a case for waiting for the next thing and I think we're at a point in time where TV is genuinely good enough, just as the PC industry arguably reached it back in 2006 with the Core 2 revolution. There's always a call for better but mainstream is fine too.

If you consider this as a quality big-brand, big panel TV with an element of future-proofing (by having basic 4K support) I guess you can't really go wrong?
#18
matengawhat
Last years tv, old spec, no hdr, not future proofed, waste of money this one unless you just want big



my wife just wanted big, so i bought this one.

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