LG OLED55B6V 55" Smart Built-in Wi-Fi UHD 2160P OLED TV with Freeview HD 5yr warranty and 12 months Sky Q in Black £1839 Hughes - HotUKDeals
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LG OLED55B6V 55" Smart Built-in Wi-Fi UHD 2160P OLED TV with Freeview HD 5yr warranty and 12 months Sky Q in Black £1,839.00 Hughes

£1839.00 @ Hughes
Use Code SAVE60 to get this price. TV comes with 5yr guarantee and 12 months Sky Q The OLED55B6V is a 55" TV from LG. OLED TV's, (or organic LED) will display a wider, more natural range of col… Read More
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Use Code SAVE60 to get this price.

TV comes with 5yr guarantee and 12 months Sky Q

The OLED55B6V is a 55" TV from LG. OLED TV's, (or organic LED) will display a wider, more natural range of colours including a true black colour. They don't need any backlighting as they are self-illuminating, making them thinner, lighter and will come with a lower energy consumption.

With built in Wi-Fi you can enhance the way that you watch and experience entertainment on your TV. With web0S you will be able to enjoy smart TV the way it should be.

Its efficient and intuitive and will be able to bring together all your favourite catch-up TV, movies, sport & music services. Whatever you want to watch, find, launch or play. It is simple to use and comes with a user-friendly web0S Smart TV.
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1 Like #1
Link takes you to Hughes.co.uk but it's not in your first post. Hot though..... 8)
3 Likes #2
keep dropping baby 8)
#3
Discount code SAVE60 for £60 off and 3.9% TCB
1 Like #4
Not a great del for current members. You still need to pay for sky Q installation yourself and all you get is 12 months multiroom subscription. AND you can't even watch ultraHD on the mini boxes anyway.
#5
$2999 for the 65" in us amazon, £2999 in uk amazon where is the logic in that, been wait for some sort of a deal all through black Friday, nothing doing!
1 Like #6
3dvws
$2999 for the 65" in us amazon, £2999 in uk amazon where is the logic in that, been wait for some sort of a deal all through black Friday, nothing doing!


Deals tend not to come on the premium screens. They know people that want their best will pay for it. They'll come down in Jan when nobody is buying them.

Edited By: joedredd on Dec 01, 2016 08:45: Typo
#7
deal in local currys for last year's model (ex display) for 2k (65") almost bit yesterday, but they wouldn't budge on price so I left it.

if buying soon, it's z toss up between the oled65b6v at 2999 or the KD75XD8505BU at 2800... I'm beginning to lean towards the KD75XD8505BU
2 Likes #8
3dvws
$2999 for the 65" in us amazon, £2999 in uk amazon where is the logic in that, been wait for some sort of a deal all through black Friday, nothing doing!


Thanks to the Brexit Bunch $2999 is roughly £2400, so add 20% VAT and that is £2880. Not far off then, considering freight charges and everything being normally more expensive here anyway.
1 Like #9
3dvws
deal in local currys for last year's model (ex display) for 2k (65") almost bit yesterday, but they wouldn't budge on price so I left it.
if buying soon, it's z toss up between the oled65b6v at 2999 or the KD75XD8505BU at 2800... I'm beginning to lean towards the KD75XD8505BU

Oled65b6, had both models side by side in My JL and there's simply no comparing the two
#10
Recently bought Oled55C6V, hugely impressed with it, deep deep blacks and crisp vivid colour, can't see a way back now I've had Oled

Edited By: abbot26 on Dec 01, 2016 11:22
2 Likes #11
tighty
Not a great del for current members. You still need to pay for sky Q installation yourself and all you get is 12 months multiroom subscription. AND you can't even watch ultraHD on the mini boxes anyway.

You can't watch UHD on Sky anyway with the 'free' LG package, you need to upgrade the package and so pay extra for access to UHD.

Great TV though bought one about three week ago.

Edited By: OBH6UK on Dec 01, 2016 11:48
1 Like #12
OBH6UK
tighty
Not a great del for current members. You still need to pay for sky Q installation yourself and all you get is 12 months multiroom subscription. AND you can't even watch ultraHD on the mini boxes anyway.
You can't watch UHD on Sky anyway with the 'free' LG package, you need to upgrade the package and so pay extra for access to UHD.
Great TV though bought one about three week ago.


haha why am i not surprised. cheers
#13
3dvws
deal in local currys for last year's model (ex display) for 2k (65") almost bit yesterday, but they wouldn't budge on price so I left it.
if buying soon, it's z toss up between the oled65b6v at 2999 or the KD75XD8505BU at 2800... I'm beginning to lean towards the KD75XD8505BU

I thought the Sony TV is a LCD TV? While the TV in this thread is for OLED.
I think the OLED should win this without too much difficulty.
LCD tech is pretty poor when it comes to outright image quality, so they focus on offering cheap prices and lots of smart features.
#14
Even though OLED screens are good, they're not really bright enough if HDR is your thing especially when spending this sort of money.
#15
sunama
3dvws
deal in local currys for last year's model (ex display) for 2k (65") almost bit yesterday, but they wouldn't budge on price so I left it.
if buying soon, it's z toss up between the oled65b6v at 2999 or the KD75XD8505BU at 2800... I'm beginning to lean towards the KD75XD8505BU
I thought the Sony TV is a LCD TV? While the TV in this thread is for OLED.
I think the OLED should win this without too much difficulty.
LCD tech is pretty poor when it comes to outright image quality, so they focus on offering cheap prices and lots of smart features.

LCD isn't going anywhere. And they are improving all the time and still has advantages over other screens!
1 Like #16
Still far too expensive, needs to drop down way more.
Sure its a beautiful screen, I would love to have one (I use Plasma atm), but the price tag is just far too much.

Edited By: MatsyLR on Dec 01, 2016 14:59: edits
1 Like #17
mivanpy
sunama
3dvws
deal in local currys for last year's model (ex display) for 2k (65") almost bit yesterday, but they wouldn't budge on price so I left it.
if buying soon, it's z toss up between the oled65b6v at 2999 or the KD75XD8505BU at 2800... I'm beginning to lean towards the KD75XD8505BU
I thought the Sony TV is a LCD TV? While the TV in this thread is for OLED.
I think the OLED should win this without too much difficulty.
LCD tech is pretty poor when it comes to outright image quality, so they focus on offering cheap prices and lots of smart features.
LCD isn't going anywhere. And they are improving all the time and still has advantages over other screens!
average OLED screen brightness 700 nits, the new Sony ZD9's LCD brightness 1800 nits, I know which I'd rather have.
1 Like #18
paulj48
mivanpy
sunama
3dvws
deal in local currys for last year's model (ex display) for 2k (65") almost bit yesterday, but they wouldn't budge on price so I left it.
if buying soon, it's z toss up between the oled65b6v at 2999 or the KD75XD8505BU at 2800... I'm beginning to lean towards the KD75XD8505BU
I thought the Sony TV is a LCD TV? While the TV in this thread is for OLED.
I think the OLED should win this without too much difficulty.
LCD tech is pretty poor when it comes to outright image quality, so they focus on offering cheap prices and lots of smart features.
LCD isn't going anywhere. And they are improving all the time and still has advantages over other screens!
average OLED screen brightness 700 nits, the new Sony ZD9's LCD brightness 1800 nits, I know which I'd rather have.

The ZD9 is over £4000 though, it may be bright but it won't do dark as well as an OLED screen. The way I see it, as long as it's uhd premium certified and can handle Dolby vision then all should be well for the next few years, when I looked Sony were very shy about premium certification on any of their models.
1 Like #19
paulj48
mivanpy
sunama
3dvws
deal in local currys for last year's model (ex display) for 2k (65") almost bit yesterday, but they wouldn't budge on price so I left it.
if buying soon, it's z toss up between the oled65b6v at 2999 or the KD75XD8505BU at 2800... I'm beginning to lean towards the KD75XD8505BU
I thought the Sony TV is a LCD TV? While the TV in this thread is for OLED.
I think the OLED should win this without too much difficulty.
LCD tech is pretty poor when it comes to outright image quality, so they focus on offering cheap prices and lots of smart features.
LCD isn't going anywhere. And they are improving all the time and still has advantages over other screens!
average OLED screen brightness 700 nits, the new Sony ZD9's LCD brightness 1800 nits, I know which I'd rather have.

And then you look at the recommended settings for a given TV and the backlight is often around the 40-50% mark and brightness is also turned down. Peak brightness is one thing. What brightness and settings are used to get a suitable image on a given screen is another.

There is a reason why OLEDs can meet HDR requirements at a lower nit rating.

Waiting for the 65" of this screen to get closer to the £2k mark.
#20
abbot26
paulj48
mivanpy
sunama
3dvws
deal in local currys for last year's model (ex display) for 2k (65") almost bit yesterday, but they wouldn't budge on price so I left it.
if buying soon, it's z toss up between the oled65b6v at 2999 or the KD75XD8505BU at 2800... I'm beginning to lean towards the KD75XD8505BU
I thought the Sony TV is a LCD TV? While the TV in this thread is for OLED.
I think the OLED should win this without too much difficulty.
LCD tech is pretty poor when it comes to outright image quality, so they focus on offering cheap prices and lots of smart features.
LCD isn't going anywhere. And they are improving all the time and still has advantages over other screens!
average OLED screen brightness 700 nits, the new Sony ZD9's LCD brightness 1800 nits, I know which I'd rather have.
The ZD9 is over £4000 though, it may be bright but it won't do dark as well as an OLED screen. The way I see it, as long as it's uhd premium certified and can handle Dolby vision then all should be well for the next few years, when I looked Sony were very shy about premium certification on any of their models.
it is but its also a 65" model, blacks wont be as good as OLED but its close as the Sony is lit by 600 LEDs placed directly behind the screen and each one can be controlled independent of each other.
#21
paulj48
mivanpy
sunama
3dvws
deal in local currys for last year's model (ex display) for 2k (65") almost bit yesterday, but they wouldn't budge on price so I left it.
if buying soon, it's z toss up between the oled65b6v at 2999 or the KD75XD8505BU at 2800... I'm beginning to lean towards the KD75XD8505BU
I thought the Sony TV is a LCD TV? While the TV in this thread is for OLED.
I think the OLED should win this without too much difficulty.
LCD tech is pretty poor when it comes to outright image quality, so they focus on offering cheap prices and lots of smart features.
LCD isn't going anywhere. And they are improving all the time and still has advantages over other screens!
average OLED screen brightness 700 nits, the new Sony ZD9's LCD brightness 1800 nits, I know which I'd rather have.

Exactly! That's one point. LCD is still being improved and worked on be sometime before we see the end them.
#22
The TV is coming up as £1999 now, so the code makes it £1939.
1 Like #23
Demo'd this screen next to one of Sony's current range and for sure neither had been optimised, but the Sony looked a fair bit better. Expected to be blown away, was disappointed. I'll stick to Panasonic Plasma for now.

Edited By: baseley09 on Dec 01, 2016 15:42
#24
baseley09
Demo'd this screen next to one of Sony's current range and for sure neither had been optimised, but the Sony looked a fair bit better. Expected to be blown away, was disappointed. I'll stick to Panasonic Plasma for now.

You should have fiddled with the settings, get them right and this lg screen is amazing. It's getting close to the price point where I'm tempted to replace my F8000 in the living room.

Oh, a heads up as I looked into it, if you already have sky q the offer isn't valid. No reason you couldn't give it to a mate to use, sky wont know!
#25
baseley09
Demo'd this screen next to one of Sony's current range and for sure neither had been optimised, but the Sony looked a fair bit better. Expected to be blown away, was disappointed. I'll stick to Panasonic Plasma for now.
what happened to plasma screens?
#26
haha and I'm sat here with a 4 year old technika 1080p screen that cost £150
#27
JC2MULTIPLAYER000
baseley09
Demo'd this screen next to one of Sony's current range and for sure neither had been optimised, but the Sony looked a fair bit better. Expected to be blown away, was disappointed. I'll stick to Panasonic Plasma for now.
what happened to plasma screens?

Dropped in favour of putting resources into OLED and 4k Plasma was going to be extremely prohibitive.
#28
tighty
Not a great del for current members. You still need to pay for sky Q installation yourself and all you get is 12 months multiroom subscription. AND you can't even watch ultraHD on the mini boxes anyway.


Nice find just gone up by £200 in Currys
#29
it will be £839 in 6 months time
#30
Think it's gone up to £1999 so £1939 with discount now?
#31
not that hot deal tv not 4k might as well spend £60 more at currys and get a 4k oled newer model
#32
davidmortimer
not that hot deal tv not 4k might as well spend £60 more at currys and get a 4k oled newer model

Unless I'm missing something, this TV is 4K.
#33
davidmortimer
not that hot deal tv not 4k might as well spend £60 more at currys and get a 4k oled newer model


This is the same 2016 4K model.
#34
OBH6UK
tighty
Not a great del for current members. You still need to pay for sky Q installation yourself and all you get is 12 months multiroom subscription. AND you can't even watch ultraHD on the mini boxes anyway.
You can't watch UHD on Sky anyway with the 'free' LG package, you need to upgrade the package and so pay extra for access to UHD.
Great TV though bought one about three week ago.
WRONG!!
3 Likes #35
paulj48
mivanpy
sunama
3dvws
deal in local currys for last year's model (ex display) for 2k (65") almost bit yesterday, but they wouldn't budge on price so I left it.
if buying soon, it's z toss up between the oled65b6v at 2999 or the KD75XD8505BU at 2800... I'm beginning to lean towards the KD75XD8505BU
I thought the Sony TV is a LCD TV? While the TV in this thread is for OLED.
I think the OLED should win this without too much difficulty.
LCD tech is pretty poor when it comes to outright image quality, so they focus on offering cheap prices and lots of smart features.
LCD isn't going anywhere. And they are improving all the time and still has advantages over other screens!
average OLED screen brightness 700 nits, the new Sony ZD9's LCD brightness 1800 nits, I know which I'd rather have.
If you value brightness over image quality then this'll blow both of those out of the water and you'll save a packet too https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nestling%C2%AE10W-YELLOW-RECHARGEABLE-PORTABLE-FLOODLIGHT/dp/B0122SXSVU
Win win!
#36
deaks007
it will be £839 in 6 months time

One can only hope...doubt it though.
#37
taikonautzero
paulj48
mivanpy
sunama
3dvws
deal in local currys for last year's model (ex display) for 2k (65") almost bit yesterday, but they wouldn't budge on price so I left it.
if buying soon, it's z toss up between the oled65b6v at 2999 or the KD75XD8505BU at 2800... I'm beginning to lean towards the KD75XD8505BU
I thought the Sony TV is a LCD TV? While the TV in this thread is for OLED.
I think the OLED should win this without too much difficulty.
LCD tech is pretty poor when it comes to outright image quality, so they focus on offering cheap prices and lots of smart features.
LCD isn't going anywhere. And they are improving all the time and still has advantages over other screens!
average OLED screen brightness 700 nits, the new Sony ZD9's LCD brightness 1800 nits, I know which I'd rather have.
If you value brightness over image quality then this'll blow both of those out of the water and you'll save a packet too https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nestling%C2%AE10W-YELLOW-RECHARGEABLE-PORTABLE-FLOODLIGHT/dp/B0122SXSVU
Win win!
The ability to isolate Bright and dark parts of the image especially seen in HRD contents is very important when evaluating image quality
#38
mcormack


WRONG!!

Care to expand?

Edited By: OBH6UK on Dec 01, 2016 19:43
#39
paulj48
mivanpy
sunama
3dvws
deal in local currys for last year's model (ex display) for 2k (65") almost bit yesterday, but they wouldn't budge on price so I left it.
if buying soon, it's z toss up between the oled65b6v at 2999 or the KD75XD8505BU at 2800... I'm beginning to lean towards the KD75XD8505BU
I thought the Sony TV is a LCD TV? While the TV in this thread is for OLED.
I think the OLED should win this without too much difficulty.
LCD tech is pretty poor when it comes to outright image quality, so they focus on offering cheap prices and lots of smart features.
LCD isn't going anywhere. And they are improving all the time and still has advantages over other screens!
average OLED screen brightness 700 nits, the new Sony ZD9's LCD brightness 1800 nits, I know which I'd rather have.
1800 nits on a non-uniform poor backlit and at best dark grey screen...hmm.... not selling it to me.
#40
paulj48
Even though OLED screens are good, they're not really bright enough if HDR is your thing especially when spending this sort of money.


hmmm but oled 4k are 4k Ultra HD Premium which have yo meet strict brightness guidance ect so dont know how they cant be bright

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