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LG OLED55E6V - £1,988.00 with Richer sounds promocode and 3% in-store quidco + Sky Q offer

£1988.00 @ Richer Sounds
1. Richersounds currently are doing a promotion of £150 off through promo code FLASH150 which brings the price to £2,049 (Expiring Monday I think) 2. By activating a further 3% for in-store quidco ca… Read More
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
1. Richersounds currently are doing a promotion of £150 off through promo code FLASH150 which brings the price to £2,049 (Expiring Monday I think)
2. By activating a further 3% for in-store quidco cashback with registered card (About £61.47) brings the price down to £1988 - Thou' this is not guaranteed till its paid but have never had problems with quidco in-store before
3. Comes with 6 year warranty for VIP customers which is just free subscribe by email
4. Sky Q for 12 months free (Qualified purchase till 28-Mar-2017)
5. Cheapest I could see online is from visions-direct.co.uk but Richersounds won't price match - So this is the best deal out there for E6V from a reliable distributor
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1 Like #1
hot from me. great deal
#2
Should be getting heat especially for those wanting 3D.
#3
With the sky offer ending soon and the 2017 models out next month the prices will fall sub £2k very soon
#4
Ordered this today myself. Can't wait to collect it!
#5
How does the sky Q work? Do you need a dish? There website isn't very clear!
#6
Rich_T
How does the sky Q work? Do you need a dish? There website isn't very clear!
https://lg-sky.com/gb/pages/uhd/home - You need to follow the instructions here to receive the claim code and then use it with Sky I believe (But only applicable for new SKY Q customers only)
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shasikkumar
Rich_T
How does the sky Q work? Do you need a dish? There website isn't very clear!
https://lg-sky.com/gb/pages/uhd/home - You need to follow the instructions here to receive the claim code and then use it with Sky I believe (But only applicable for new SKY Q customers only)

yeah read that already, still unsure how it works.
1 Like #8
Rich_T
How does the sky Q work? Do you need a dish? There website isn't very clear!

If you don't have sky, then they fit the box, fit a dish, and you get Sky Q, I believe you get the basic Sky Q package for free and pay £99 for the installation. If you want to get any of the 4k content from Sky Q, then you have to subscribe to multi-screen at a further £12 per month, if you don't do this then no 4k. If you want to take full advantage of multi-screen, ie. watch sky on another TV, then you have to buy a 2nd box (minibox), costing another £99.

I have Sky already, I had a look at this deal and basically I would save £12 per month, so my bill would drop form £98 to £86 for 12 months, I would have to pay the £99 installation fee and none of my old Sky box's would work, as they change the LMB at then end of the dish which makes your old equipment redundant. I have multi-room at the moment, so this would force me to pay a 2nd £99 to have Sky Q with 2 box's, giving me the same set up as I have now but with the better quality picture. I phoned Sky to see if they could do a better deal, the best they could do was throw the 2nd box in for free, I wasn't happy so canceled with them.

I have phone and broadband with Sky to, so that's why my bill was quite expensive.

There seem to be some really good offers for Sky Q as a new customer, search on here and you'll find some from yesterday, if you want Sky Q I would suggest you ignore the free offer with the TV and shop around, you'll be better off in the long run.
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As for the TV, I bought this a couple of weeks ago, picked it up for £2099 from currys (No Quidco).

I posted it on here and got cold cold cold, its a TV for £2000, doesn't matter that it was the cheapest price, very few will part with 2k for a TV.

The TV is superb, you need to do a lot of fiddling with the settings to get it just right, but its well worth it. I've never seen a picture so good on a TV, and the sound is pretty good to. There is an auto sound mode where you point the remote at the TV and it works out the best sound for your room, I found this to give the best sound for me, I originally set it to clear voice mode, I found this to be give to much base and wasnt happy with it for normal TV viewing, it was nice for movies though.

You have to change the way you expect to see a TV picture on dark scenes though, as if a scene is meant to be dark, then it truly is dark, for example i watched a film where the actor was lit by a camp fire, some of his face showed clearly where the light hit it, the areas that had shadow on them where very dark, just as they would be if you were at the fire looking at the guy in real life. I'm used to the shadows looking grey and washed out, so that you can still make out a fare bit of detail of the subject, but with this TV dark scenes come across as I think they would if you were actually there. You can make the settings similar to a normal LED TV and have blacks look washed out and it show more detail, but personally I prefer the blacks to properly look black. Bright scenes are amazing, the image pops out, the quality is so good.

3D is awesome, I played Avatar 3D on it, had the 3D set to auto, so it picks the zoom level etc.. I was watching the part where the white flower things are floating around the main character, then land on him, as the where floating around I literally was waving my hand in front of my face as it felt they where going to hit me, really was very good.

Hope the info helps someone.

Edited By: utfrag on Mar 18, 2017 03:24
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utfrag
Rich_T
How does the sky Q work? Do you need a dish? There website isn't very clear!
If you don't have sky, then they fit the box, fit a dish, and you get Sky Q, I believe you get the basic Sky Q package for free and pay £99 for the installation. If you want to get any of the 4k content from Sky Q, then you have to subscribe to multi-screen at a further £12 per month, if you don't do this then no 4k. If you want to take full advantage of multi-screen, ie. watch sky on another TV, then you have to buy a 2nd box (minibox), costing another £99.
I have Sky already, I had a look at this deal and basically I would save £12 per month, so my bill would drop form £98 to £86 for 12 months, I would have to pay the £99 installation fee and none of my old Sky box's would work, as they change the LMB at then end of the dish which makes your old equipment redundant. I have multi-room at the moment, so this would force me to pay a 2nd £99 to have Sky Q with 2 box's, giving me the same set up as I have now but with the better quality picture. I phoned Sky to see if they could do a better deal, the best they could do was throw the 2nd box in for free, I wasn't happy so canceled with them.
I have phone and broadband with Sky to, so that's why my bill was quite expensive.
There seem to be some really good offers for Sky Q as a new customer, search on here and you'll find some from yesterday, if you want Sky Q I would suggest you ignore the free offer with the TV and shop around, you'll be better off in the long run.

thanks for the full details - I currently have Sky+HD box and was considering whether it was worth or not and you have said it and also I am on a good discount (£8 a month) with just a variety package (no HD, multi-screen) and I do not have Sky broadband or phone line - just the variety pack TV and my broadband is with virgin media...so it doesn't look to be any useful


Edited By: shasikkumar on Mar 18, 2017 07:53
1 Like #11
Rich_T
shasikkumar
Rich_T
How does the sky Q work? Do you need a dish? There website isn't very clear!
https://lg-sky.com/gb/pages/uhd/home - You need to follow the instructions here to receive the claim code and then use it with Sky I believe (But only applicable for new SKY Q customers only)

yeah read that already, still unsure how it works.


Followed it to read all the terms and conditions. Sky will install a dish but a dish is required (not like virgin) so if, like me, it's not guaranteed that you can install a dish then take that into account.
#12
Thanks all for the useful info. Don't think i will bother with it tho. With BT for 12 month contract.
#13
John Lewis have price matched now. £2049
#14
I picked up the 65 inch from Costco a few weeks ago when they had it reduced. Tv is a stunner. Iron fist on Netflix in Dolby Vision is out of this world.
#15
timcorps
With the sky offer ending soon and the 2017 models out next month the prices will fall sub £2k very soon

I am keeping my eyes peeled for a sub 2k price on this set - I will then bite and bask in glorious colour

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