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LG OLED55C6V Smart 3D 4K Curved 55" TV @ Currys - £1,599.00

£1599.00 @ Currys
Use code 100LSTV to get to this price. This is the cheapest I have seen this telly and I am thinking to bite...although curve is not my thing but at this price its not a bad deal and includes 5 yea… Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
Use code 100LSTV to get to this price.

This is the cheapest I have seen this telly and I am thinking to bite...although curve is not my thing but at this price its not a bad deal and includes 5 year guarantee.

Top features: 

- Enjoy an immersive viewing experience with 4k Ultra HD resolution 

- OLED HDR enhances colours and contrast to create life-like images 

- Access a range of smart services including Netflix, Amazon Prime and catch-up TV

- Immerse yourself in the audio with a sound system designed by Harman and Kardon

Enjoy an immersive viewing experience

The OLED55C6V features a 55" screen with 4k Ultra HD resolution that offers up to four times the detail of Full HD. As a result, images as vivid and clear to enhance your home entertainment.

Organic self-emitting pixels allow you to explore the deepest levels of black, bringing shades and colours to life along with a huge range of contrast. True to life colour reproduction unlocks a wide range of accurate colours, offering you a viewing experience that cannot be matched by LED technology.

You can enjoy smooth images, even when watching fast paced action such as sports or movies. Fast paced pixels offer a response speed over one thousand times faster than LED pixels, allowing you to enjoy fluid, blur-free entertainment.

OLED HDR

HDR enhances colours and contrast to ensure that the 55C6V offers life-like pictures, no matter what you choose to watch. By creating an image that is closer to the eyes' full potential, you can immerse yourself in the visuals.

Access a range of smart services

The C6V offers you a wide range of smart TV options to ensure that you can always find something to watch. Choose from a range of catch up TV services or watch the latest films and boxsets in 4k quality with Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Immerse yourself in the audio

To enhance the immersive viewing experience even further, the OLED55C6V features sound designed by Harman and Kardon. This offers high-quality audio immersion, taking your home entertainment to the next level.

£100 off code is actually 100LSTV
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Rimi
Well, for this price I would be looking at Samsung. LG not worth that much money, as can't compare quality wit Samsung.


erm, oled?
9 Likes
Rimi
Well, for this price I would be looking at Samsung. LG not worth that much money, as can't compare quality wit Samsung.

Ha, good one.
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Rimi
Well, for this price I would be looking at Samsung. LG not worth that much money, as can't compare quality wit Samsung.
best laugh I've had all day!

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1 Like #1
Did you try applying the voucher at the checkout?
I'm getting "Sorry, that offer has now ended."

75LSTV works for £75 off.

Ah, I figured it out. You posted the wrong code, it's 100LSTV for £100 off.

https://s13.postimg.org/d15nkc2gn/Capture.jpg

Heat added. This is the best price for this model.
Will be interesting to see if the likes of Crampton and Moore will match or better this price, with the Hitachi interest free finance?

Edited By: cutthroat_jake on Apr 12, 2017 08:43: Pic
#2
sorry typed the code the wrong way :-)
3 Likes #3
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.

Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset
#4
Anyone think the E6V will drop in price anywhere this weekend?
2 Likes #5
Well, for this price I would be looking at Samsung. LG not worth that much money, as can't compare quality wit Samsung.
1 Like #6
MBeeching
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.

Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset


Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?
9 Likes #7
Rimi
Well, for this price I would be looking at Samsung. LG not worth that much money, as can't compare quality wit Samsung.

Ha, good one.
11 Likes #8
Rimi
Well, for this price I would be looking at Samsung. LG not worth that much money, as can't compare quality wit Samsung.


erm, oled?
#9
is this twice as good as the ks7000? also do you think a flat soundbar hanging underneath would look strange?
#10
alexjameshaines
MBeeching
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.

Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset


Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?


I would be interested to know too; not up to speed on the chipsets but seriously considering OLED for my next TV.
1 Like #11
alexjameshaines
MBeeching
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.
Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset
Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?
Depends on which website you read, but the C6V uses LG's own chipset, as also used in the E6V and reduces input lag, if that kind of thing is important to you?
The Realtek chipset may give a fractionally increased peak brightness.
3D or not 3D would be the deal-breaker for me. We watched The Force Awakens, as a family, in 3D, last Friday and all really enjoyed it on my Sony KDL-55W905A. 4K OLED 3D is supposed to be as good as it gets, so I'll be going for the curved 3D model.

Edited By: cutthroat_jake on Apr 12, 2017 09:02
#12
-BA-
alexjameshaines
MBeeching
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.
Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset
Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?
I would be interested to know too; not up to speed on the chipsets but seriously considering OLED for my next TV.

Don't know about the C6,but I've had 2 B6's in the past year (returned both) and they both had motion issues,juddering when panning on most content,and the general consensus is, it's down to the cheaper SOC that's used on the B6.

George


Edited By: brigtondoc on Apr 12, 2017 09:08: spelling
1 Like #13
brigtondoc
-BA-
alexjameshaines
MBeeching
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.
Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset
Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?
I would be interested to know too; not up to speed on the chipsets but seriously considering OLED for my next TV.
Don't know about the C6,but I've had 2 B6's in the past year (returned both) and they both had motion issues,juddering when panning on most content,and the general consensus it's down to the cheaper SOC that's used on the B6.
George
A lot of folk would concurr with you on the B6's frame skipping issue, but the issue has reportedly been fixed now, following a firmware update.

Edited By: cutthroat_jake on Apr 12, 2017 09:17: Edit
#14
cutthroat_jake
brigtondoc
-BA-
alexjameshaines
MBeeching
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.
Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset
Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?
I would be interested to know too; not up to speed on the chipsets but seriously considering OLED for my next TV.
Don't know about the C6,but I've had 2 B6's in the past year (returned both) and they both had motion issues,juddering when panning on most content,and the general consensus it's down to the cheaper SOC that's used on the B6.
George
A lot of folk would concurr with you on the frame skipping issue, but the issue has reportedly been fixed with a firmware update now.

It must have been a recent update as i returned the TV about 6-7 weeks ago to John Lewis.

Don't get me wrong it had a superb picture,but the motion issues let it down.

I have a Panasonic DX902 at the moment and it's a cracking big telly,but i still prefer the oled picture quality,in saying that the 902 showing a 4k runs the oled close,and outperforms the oled in hdr mode.;)

George
#15
brigtondoc
cutthroat_jake
brigtondoc
-BA-
alexjameshaines
MBeeching
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.
Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset
Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?
I would be interested to know too; not up to speed on the chipsets but seriously considering OLED for my next TV.
Don't know about the C6,but I've had 2 B6's in the past year (returned both) and they both had motion issues,juddering when panning on most content,and the general consensus it's down to the cheaper SOC that's used on the B6.
George
A lot of folk would concurr with you on the frame skipping issue, but the issue has reportedly been fixed with a firmware update now.
It must have been a recent update as i returned the TV about 6-7 weeks ago to John Lewis.
Don't get me wrong it had a superb picture,but the motion issues let it down.
I have a Panasonic DX902 at the moment and it's a cracking big telly,but i still prefer the oled picture quality,in saying that the 902 showing a 4k runs the oled close,and outperforms the oled in hdr mode.;)
George
28th of October last year, according to HDTVTest.

Edited By: cutthroat_jake on Apr 12, 2017 09:22
#16
cutthroat_jake
brigtondoc
cutthroat_jake
brigtondoc
-BA-
alexjameshaines
MBeeching
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.
Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset
Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?
I would be interested to know too; not up to speed on the chipsets but seriously considering OLED for my next TV.
Don't know about the C6,but I've had 2 B6's in the past year (returned both) and they both had motion issues,juddering when panning on most content,and the general consensus it's down to the cheaper SOC that's used on the B6.
George
A lot of folk would concurr with you on the frame skipping issue, but the issue has reportedly been fixed with a firmware update now.
It must have been a recent update as i returned the TV about 6-7 weeks ago to John Lewis.
Don't get me wrong it had a superb picture,but the motion issues let it down.
I have a Panasonic DX902 at the moment and it's a cracking big telly,but i still prefer the oled picture quality,in saying that the 902 showing a 4k runs the oled close,and outperforms the oled in hdr mode.;)
George
28th of October last year, according to HDTVTest.

I bought the B6 in late Febuary and it still had juddering on most content,like Freeview,Sky,etc,so i would imagine that the tv would have had the latest firmware on it when i bought it,as there was no over the air update when i had it.

George
2 Likes #17
Pulled the trigger. Now to justify it to the wife (and find two more pairs of LG 3D glasses).
2 Likes #18
cutthroat_jake
Pulled the trigger. Now to justify it to the wife (and find two more pairs of LG 3D glasses).
standard odeon cinema ones should work as its a passive display
9 Likes #19
Rimi
Well, for this price I would be looking at Samsung. LG not worth that much money, as can't compare quality wit Samsung.
best laugh I've had all day!
#20
cutthroat_jake
Pulled the trigger. Now to justify it to the wife (and find two more pairs of LG 3D glasses).

I don't envy you there mate with SWMBO.here's hoping you get a judder free one.;)

George
#21
Don't forget quidco/topcashback you may get few more quids off this price..although its never guaranteed.
#22
brigtondoc
cutthroat_jake
brigtondoc
cutthroat_jake
brigtondoc
-BA-
alexjameshaines
MBeeching
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.
Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset
Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?
I would be interested to know too; not up to speed on the chipsets but seriously considering OLED for my next TV.
Don't know about the C6,but I've had 2 B6's in the past year (returned both) and they both had motion issues,juddering when panning on most content,and the general consensus it's down to the cheaper SOC that's used on the B6.
George
A lot of folk would concurr with you on the frame skipping issue, but the issue has reportedly been fixed with a firmware update now.
It must have been a recent update as i returned the TV about 6-7 weeks ago to John Lewis.
Don't get me wrong it had a superb picture,but the motion issues let it down.
I have a Panasonic DX902 at the moment and it's a cracking big telly,but i still prefer the oled picture quality,in saying that the 902 showing a 4k runs the oled close,and outperforms the oled in hdr mode.;)
George
28th of October last year, according to HDTVTest.
I bought the B6 in late Febuary and it still had juddering on most content,like Freeview,Sky,etc,so i would imagine that the tv would have had the latest firmware on it when i bought it,as there was no over the air update when i had it.
George

Did you try fiddling with the De-blur and De-judder settings?
3 Likes #23
brigtondoc
cutthroat_jake
brigtondoc
cutthroat_jake
brigtondoc
-BA-
alexjameshaines
MBeeching
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.
Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset
Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?
I would be interested to know too; not up to speed on the chipsets but seriously considering OLED for my next TV.
Don't know about the C6,but I've had 2 B6's in the past year (returned both) and they both had motion issues,juddering when panning on most content,and the general consensus it's down to the cheaper SOC that's used on the B6.
George
A lot of folk would concurr with you on the frame skipping issue, but the issue has reportedly been fixed with a firmware update now.
It must have been a recent update as i returned the TV about 6-7 weeks ago to John Lewis.
Don't get me wrong it had a superb picture,but the motion issues let it down.
I have a Panasonic DX902 at the moment and it's a cracking big telly,but i still prefer the oled picture quality,in saying that the 902 showing a 4k runs the oled close,and outperforms the oled in hdr mode.;)
George
28th of October last year, according to HDTVTest.
I bought the B6 in late Febuary and it still had juddering on most content,like Freeview,Sky,etc,so i would imagine that the tv would have had the latest firmware on it when i bought it,as there was no over the air update when i had it.
George

I have the B6. At standard settings the judder is there. If you go to the TruMotion setting, and set it to 4/10 for both anti judder and anti blur, the TV becomes perfect.

I've had many high end TVs over the years including the prodigious Pioneer Kuro and Panasonic VT50 plasmas... and this B6, once tweaked and tweaked.... blows everything away I've had previously.
#24
Is this code available to use in store or just online?
#25
Stefanie92
Is this code available to use in store or just online?
probably just online, there's no reason they can't / won't honour it in store though
#26
The LG OLED(insert inches here)(B/E)7V has just been released. This is a sale to get rid of all the older models...

If you wait. The TV will come down more! I've seen it as low as £1000 if you are willing to get a refurbished model from LG.
3 Likes #27
fozzy9309
The LG OLED(insert inches here)(B/E)7V has just been released. This is a sale to get rid of all the older models...
If you wait. The TV will come down more! I've seen it as low as £1000 if you are willing to get a refurbished model from LG.

true, but by then we'll be nearing the time for getting big discounts on the B/E7 and we'll want that one 8)
#28
starsi360
brigtondoc
cutthroat_jake
brigtondoc
cutthroat_jake
brigtondoc
-BA-
alexjameshaines
MBeeching
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.
Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset
Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?
I would be interested to know too; not up to speed on the chipsets but seriously considering OLED for my next TV.
Don't know about the C6,but I've had 2 B6's in the past year (returned both) and they both had motion issues,juddering when panning on most content,and the general consensus it's down to the cheaper SOC that's used on the B6.
George
A lot of folk would concurr with you on the frame skipping issue, but the issue has reportedly been fixed with a firmware update now.
It must have been a recent update as i returned the TV about 6-7 weeks ago to John Lewis.
Don't get me wrong it had a superb picture,but the motion issues let it down.
I have a Panasonic DX902 at the moment and it's a cracking big telly,but i still prefer the oled picture quality,in saying that the 902 showing a 4k runs the oled close,and outperforms the oled in hdr mode.;)
George
28th of October last year, according to HDTVTest.
I bought the B6 in late Febuary and it still had juddering on most content,like Freeview,Sky,etc,so i would imagine that the tv would have had the latest firmware on it when i bought it,as there was no over the air update when i had it.
George
I have the B6. At standard settings the judder is there. If you go to the TruMotion setting, and set it to 4/10 for both anti judder and anti blur, the TV becomes perfect.
I've had many high end TVs over the years including the prodigious Pioneer Kuro and Panasonic VT50 plasmas... and this B6, once tweaked and tweaked.... blows everything away I've had previously.

I returned the tv mate.

George
#29
idbroadhurst
Stefanie92
Is this code available to use in store or just online?
probably just online, there's no reason they can't / won't honour it in store though

Ahh thank you, if anyone else is interested I phoned currys and they said that most stores will accept this code in store :)
#30
cannibalwombat
Rimi
Well, for this price I would be looking at Samsung. LG not worth that much money, as can't compare quality wit Samsung.
Ha, good one.
Ignore rimi he's just trying to get people going
1 Like #31
Rimi
Well, for this price I would be looking at Samsung. LG not worth that much money, as can't compare quality wit Samsung.

The sticky back plaster holding the back of the KS7000 together says hi
#32
brigtondoc
starsi360
brigtondoc
cutthroat_jake
brigtondoc
cutthroat_jake
brigtondoc
-BA-
alexjameshaines
MBeeching
The flat screen B6V is also £1599 with the code.
Take into consideration:
Curved (C6V): 3D support / 3x HDMI / LG chipset
Flat (B6V): 4x HDMI / Realtek chipset
Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?
I would be interested to know too; not up to speed on the chipsets but seriously considering OLED for my next TV.
Don't know about the C6,but I've had 2 B6's in the past year (returned both) and they both had motion issues,juddering when panning on most content,and the general consensus it's down to the cheaper SOC that's used on the B6.
George
A lot of folk would concurr with you on the frame skipping issue, but the issue has reportedly been fixed with a firmware update now.
It must have been a recent update as i returned the TV about 6-7 weeks ago to John Lewis.
Don't get me wrong it had a superb picture,but the motion issues let it down.
I have a Panasonic DX902 at the moment and it's a cracking big telly,but i still prefer the oled picture quality,in saying that the 902 showing a 4k runs the oled close,and outperforms the oled in hdr mode.;)
George
28th of October last year, according to HDTVTest.
I bought the B6 in late Febuary and it still had juddering on most content,like Freeview,Sky,etc,so i would imagine that the tv would have had the latest firmware on it when i bought it,as there was no over the air update when i had it.
George
I have the B6. At standard settings the judder is there. If you go to the TruMotion setting, and set it to 4/10 for both anti judder and anti blur, the TV becomes perfect.
I've had many high end TVs over the years including the prodigious Pioneer Kuro and Panasonic VT50 plasmas... and this B6, once tweaked and tweaked.... blows everything away I've had previously.
I returned the tv mate.
George

Sorry, I really just wanted to put the information out there for anyone else experiencing the same problem. Probably should have posted separately rather than as a reply to you as I did see that you'd already sent the TV back.
#33
Still way too expensive.
banned#34
Had this TV and also returned; impossible to watch sports....
#35
Rimi
Well, for this price I would be looking at Samsung. LG not worth that much money, as can't compare quality wit Samsung.

I assume you're talking about reliability rather then picture quality with that comment. Picture looks superb on their OLED sets but there's still a big question mark over LG's reliability. Maybe not a massive issue on a cheap TV but I sure would expect any TV costing over £1500 to last many years, which is why I wouldn't buy a large LG TV.
#36
Fantastic price, never been this low. No other set does 3d better than this, and most likely never will. Wonder if wife will treat me for my birthday ;)

The Sony 55xe9305 is £1000 more! (But does look epic)
1 Like #37
Rimi
Well, for this price I would be looking at Samsung. LG not worth that much money, as can't compare quality wit Samsung.
Who makes all the OLED panels?
#38
alexjameshaines
Without me googling it, what's the difference between the chipsets? Which is considered better overall?

Arguably the LG chipset is more desirable as it's utilised in their higher-end models (though I recently bought a B6V and I'm absolutely delighted with it). At the time I was unaware of the other hardware differences and dismissed the curved model, not sure which I'd chose now... :p
1 Like #39
I have this model and this is a fantastic price for it. I have it on top of a Cambridge Audio sound base to improve the sound. The curve is so slight so I wouldn't worry if you aren't a fan of the curved TVs. I chose it partly for the 3D capabilities and it is superb for that. I am a big AV fan and I would say that this is comfortably the best TV I have ever owned!
To the one who asked about flat soundbars, I would think it would look absolutely fine due to the very shallow curve.
#40
Looks like the voucher has expired

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