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LG 55EC930V- clearance £988.95 @ Richer Sounds

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OLED tv for under a grand but not 4K, still beats most tv's with 4K in my opion.
chrispaps12 Avatar3d, 20h agoFound 3 days, 20 hours ago22 Comments
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what's the difference between the 920/950/960 models?
I wouldn't touch a refurbished tv with a bargepole unless it was less than half price, but if anyone's interested there's a refurbished newer 910v model for less than the OP's deal on the older 930 model here:-

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LG-55EG910V-55-OLED-Full-HD-Curved-3D-Smart-TV-with-webOS-2-0-WiFi/191815984183?_trksid=p2047675.c100011.m1850&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D37567%26meid%3D2a04047025054fbbaff808d25e164a26%26pid%3D100011%26rk%3D5%26rkt%3D10%26sd%3D282048757370

Edited By: melted on Jul 26, 2016 11:02
krismcguirk
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stbk
If it's refurbished then its cold from me sorry...
Same here mate. I would not touch a refurbished tv.

Last time i checked not all of the TV's were refurbished, some are ex display, open box etc.
I picked up this tv from clearance and was given a 6 year guarantee included in the price, I just had to ask.

Picture quality is increidble once you've calibrated it, IMO OLED > 4K, the black levels are amazing and contrast is the best I've seen on a TV.

Kris.


Love my 910v mate. Cost me £300 to get it calibrated looks amazing.
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stbk
If it's refurbished then its cold from me sorry...
Same here mate. I would not touch a refurbished tv.

Last time i checked not all of the TV's were refurbished, some are ex display, open box etc.
I picked up this tv from clearance and was given a 6 year guarantee included in the price, I just had to ask.

Picture quality is increidble once you've calibrated it, IMO OLED > 4K, the black levels are amazing and contrast is the best I've seen on a TV.

Kris.
garryallen
buddy1976
ive just sold this to get a 4k oled. the difference between this and my new 4k seems minimal. great price for a great tv. hot from me

Did you get one of the new LG 4K OLED panels, out of interest? If the difference is only minimal, I think the cheapest is like £2500 which is a massive difference if you don't want or need 4K. Tempted by this.


​its the 55b6v 2016 model i got it cheap through a work incentive so could not resist at less than half the rrp. just waiting for Sky Q UHD to go live on 13th of august see if live sports in uhd @ 50fps are a more impressive improvement over the 1080p model
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Hisense 65M5500 £799.00 @ Richer Sounds

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upersize your TV without having to pay a fortune, with the amazing value Hisense 65M5500 - 65" 4K TVs don't come cheaper! Big screen, small price At a price point where most 4K UHDTVs offer a screen
meloned Avatar5d, 20h agoFound 5 days, 20 hours ago5 Comments
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Got the 5510 model and it's a great TV!
new model but same spec just silver bezel, ordered
it's the newer model I think .
5510 was posted a few days ago, is this better than that one?
This is in stock now just ordered don't know why someone has voted cold please look before voting cheers everyone☺
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Too late, Ibrahimovic just bought it lol
who is Ibrahimovic?


Manchester united new signing on 250-+k a week
vidovitz
Too late, Ibrahimovic just bought it lol
who is Ibrahimovic?
Too late, Ibrahimovic just bought it lol
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cjhilton49
As Reliant Direct appear to be a bricks& mortar store is it worth a price match with John Lewis?
​So is richer sounds it has shops
but the Richer sounds is open box ie 2nd hand , Reliant item is new and hence might get a price match.
can only see 1 at £2999
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LG 55UF950V (Refurb) £799 @ Richer Sounds (refurb)

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LG 55UF950V was £1799 now only £799
chrispaps12 Avatar1w, 23h agoFound 1 week, 23 hours ago3 Comments
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Monkey nuts 2
Shows £1099 for me.
look under clearance section
Shows £1099 for me.
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Hisense HE65K5510UWTS 65" TV 4k TV £799.00 Richer sounds with buy now pay later 6 months option & 6yrs warranty. INSTORE ONLY (NOT available ONLINE)

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65" 4k TV from Hisense with the peace of mind of 6yr warranty and possible 3% quidco. Richer sounds are offering 6 months buy now pay later after a 10% deposit at, 0% (plus, £29 administration fee)
archydarchy Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago74 Comments
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There are multiple threads on this TV asking the what the lag is like for gaming but I'm yet to find an answer if anyone can help. Thanks
If you're concerned you can always bring your console/PC along to Richer Sounds for a demo. They're a very friendly bunch.

​I've been too 3 stores up to now and not managed to find 1 with this tv in stock
:(

Just wait for the new m model even though it's not much different. I wouldn't normally buy this brand. But the fact it's got 6yrs guarantee from reputable firm makes me confident in the purchase.

Edited By: montana78 on Jul 22, 2016 07:57
Pluun
When you go to the cinema, the screen is the size of the whole wall.
Is THAT too big?:|
Never too big as long as you have a decent sound system to back it up. I setup my cinema upstairs on the Epson he-tw6100 projector (bargain from cex). Kids watched Tomorrowland. Picture roughly 180 inch and sound played through yamaha 677 receiver (£100 on gumtree). The kids loved the movie.
When you go to the cinema, the screen is the size of the whole wall.
Is THAT too big?:|
groakybaby
I'd love this but our 55" TV is already ridiculously large for our living room (I live in a fairly big victorian semi). Our 55-er has to go near the window where it blocks out a lot of light. Where are people putting these 65"+ TVs they're buying these days? Did living rooms suddenly expand overnight? Most 'new builds' have fairly modest sized rooms. I'm not judging. But I do wonder about this on a fairly regular basis :)

I have a semi victorian house. The lounge is 17ft long going into bay windows. I moved the radiators to window side and put the tv on the wall opposite the bay windows. Now our 50 inch TV looks too small from the sofa in the bay window so looking to get a 65 inch TV. I had the chimney breast removed to fit 3 3 seater sofa in that room. Now I'm regretting it as room has no character.. it's too contemporary. Eek
andrewdean84
This seems to be the usual price?
Don't ask me.
How would I know? oO
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2016 LG OLED55B6V OLED 4k UHD 55" TV £2,519.10 @ Richer Sounds using Voucher Code (also 10 months Pay Later)

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Following on from the success of pops1975's Costco deal (£2,399.98) for the same TV, I thought I'd post this deal from Richer Sounds. Yes, it's a little more, but with online availability, a 6 year ca…
cutthroat_jake Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago13 Comments
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nitro228
Seems expensive I've got a 50" plasma that cost less than a third of this


​hahaha funny guy!!!
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skyarsenal
2.5 k for a 55inch TV ...... COLD
​There is more to discover than quantity, quality for example. Hot

Lets face it, that user knows nothing about tv tech by the looks of it, they are probably very happy with a 400 quid Bush 55" from Argos and thinks it looks just as good as this! And they probably still run it in retina burning dynamic shop mode.
So tempted but having to resist until later in the year. Hoping it'll still be around this price if not better by then.
mikeydalby
still waiting for the cost of this technology to drop to a reasonable price so I can buy one without selling a vital organ

No worries. A second kidney isn't vital (unless the other is knackered). Sell sell sell!
skyarsenal
2.5 k for a 55inch TV ...... COLD


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SAMSUNG UE55H6400 55 inch 1080 NOT 4k TV on CLEARANCE (refurb / open box) £549.95 @ Richer Sounds £549.95

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55" FHD/1080, 3D capable smart tv with Freeview HD tuner currently on Clearance at Richer Sounds for £549.95. Found this after viewing Belfastgeoff's post. This set was released in 2014 however rema…
pops1975 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago2 Comments
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mackay85
Great telly.

The price isn't good though op. Regardless if it comes with 5 year guarantee.


​I know mate - should really be 350 to 400 but what can you do?
Great telly.

The price isn't good though op. Regardless if it comes with 5 year guarantee.
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LG OLED65B6V 65" 4K HDR 2016 model £3,869.10 with discount code @ Richersounds

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I know this TV isn't for everyone given its size and price, but this is the cheapest I could find it (cheapest elsewhere is £4268). Use code TV10 to get 10% off. Please note this model doesn't have 3…
DealyMcDealerface Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago30 Comments
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I don't see 2 k+ worth of improvements on the 2016 models.

Thanks, that was my opinion after seeing some of the reviews but didn't know if he knew something that I didn't


​1k on the 55inch models. The issue for me is future proofing and the 2016 models have what seems to be seen as the current HDR 'standard' which if I'm dropping that much money on a tv I'd like to hope it does support the those standards.

Any idea what other improvements the 2016 models have? I know the display is meant to be brighter.
nickchubb87

I don't see 2 k+ worth of improvements on the 2016 models.

Thanks, that was my opinion after seeing some of the reviews but didn't know if he knew something that I didn't
cannibalwombat
As for the curved and 3D, you either want them or you don't. I happen to find both gimmicky.

DealyMcDealerface
OLED isn't a feature, it's a whole new screen technology.

Thanks both for your help - really good responses. Of course Google is at my disposal, but theres pages and pages of the stuff and you'll get unhappy customers, manufacturer false reviews etc etc. Just wanted to know the real "word on the street".

True, the curve is most definatley a gimmick, but im intrigued how long before it runs out on me.

Plus, im sure theres a few more in the same boat - but my 3D BluRay collection dictates that every TV I buy from now to the end of my days is 3D. Im too financial invested!

However, I did notice that UKD 4K 3D doesnt exist yet in disc form, so that'll be an interesting next step. Ill see what the upscaling is like. Just dropped £350 on a 4K BluRay player... then found out the Xbox One S will do it all (and replace my actual Xbox One) for £100 less. Drat.

I dare say the bottom of the market for 4K Players will drop out in September, so might make a cheeky loss on that too.
Heat added good find
sjaddy
Sharpharp
sjaddy
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ashmac
this is a beast of a tv ..love to buy it but il only bite at £2000 and I'm thinking about last year's oled with hdr at this is a more realistic price
You've regret that decision, last years OLED offerings are a big no no (at any price)
out of interest why? if you can get last year's 55" at approx £1700 or this years at £3000 why not save the £1300?
Haha, where do u want me to start??? Lets just put it this way, if you bought one of those crappy Blaukunpt LCD jobbies from the Black Friday deals last year (the same ones people can't sell on to this day because they are so bad), even those still outshine last years LG OLEDs with their massive problems.

am seriously interested to know the issues, have looked through AV Forums and there seems to be some light bleed or vignette (?) with early models but more recent ones seem better. I was close to picking one up last week on recommendation of friend who has one so would like more info


Do not listen to this guy, spends his time bashing 2015 OLEDs on all OLED threads, chats absolute nonsense.

I have last years the 55eg OLED (may 2016 build btw) and it's a fantastic TV, 3D especially looks incredible. The only issues I have faced are with it showing up the poor quality of SD and some HD sources on sky - you need to feed it good content to get the best out of it.

Some people have clearly had some other issues but most are AV enthusiasts who will run all sorts of tests until they find 1 imperfection, those are not your average viewers.

I don't see 2 k+ worth of improvements on the 2016 models.
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Sonos Play 5 @ £379.00 -- Richersounds

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Sonos Play 5 @ £379 saving off £50.Flash Sale though.Their website was down for most part of the day.So try your luck
Hkpb Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago2 Comments
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Yes I know ,website was down for most part of the day.I was stuck on the website trying to purchase and only just managed to scrape through in last 5 mins.Sorry

Edited By: Hkpb on Jul 12, 2016 19:07
Flash sale was until 7pm.
Your deal was posted only 3 minutes before this :p
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Onkyo TX-NR747 - Dolby Atmos, DTS-X, THX Select 2 Plus Receiver with £399.00 Richersounds

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7.2-Channel Network A/V Receiver Breathtaking Surround Sound is Only the Beginning Bring home THX® Select2™ Plus theater-reference-quality audio with the 7.2-channel TX-NR747 Network A/V Receiver, fe…
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hukdbargain
Is it really worth all that effort for an unknown brand AV amplifier.
​Fishing? Trolling? Or just very, very, thick?
Why buy an unknown brand like this when you can get a Sony for £20 more if you look around online?
It's really boring now...
furiousjammin
hukdbargain
Is it really worth all that effort for an unknown brand AV amplifier.
​Fishing? Trolling? Or just very, very, thick?

Why buy an unknown brand like this when you can get a Sony for £20 more if you look around online?
hukdbargain
Quasso
Babbler
Quasso
Babbler
Damn missed it thanks to their pants website.
I'd try what I just mentioned in the comment.. definitely worth a shot!
Yeah guess so. They may even throw I'm 5 year guarantee lol. Doubt it...
I reckon just say you saw the deal and intended to buy the unit for £399 + £39.90 for 6 year guarantee but due to issues with the site intermittently while trying to purchase you weren't able to in time (and/or that you had some other commitment that meant after you were delayed before 7 so you couldn't get to a PC until after 7).

It may be a slight exaggeration but ultimately it's still in stock and I can't see why they wouldn't just give the benefit of the doubt given they had quite big issues earlier.
Is it really worth all that effort for an unknown brand AV amplifier.


​Fishing? Trolling? Or just very, very, thick?
Thx is over rated anyways
Thoughtful
At least it has enough power for a THX rating, but 11.5 Kg doesn't seem very heavy for such power.
Hmm, this was my only minor concern actually. The other amp I mentioned is a fair amount heavier. Then again it does pack a few more features which would require more components and also a much bigger chassis which would definitely a fair bit..

Then again, the spec of this is so similar.. the DAC is the same, it supports hi-res audio, as you pointed out THX Select 2 Plus (which is pretty outrageous), discrete high-power amplification. Given I have the warranty I'm pretty comfortable if it means the capacitors are a little less hard-wearing. I think in terms of continuous power it'll be pretty good!

Edited By: Quasso on Jul 12, 2016 23:45
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AKG Y50BT Wireless Bluetooth Headphones £99.95 @ Richer sounds

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WhatHifi 5 star winners for best wireless headphones http://www.whathifi.com/akg/y50bt/review. Been waiting for these to drop for a while, £130 pretty much everywhere else
scraggs21 Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago3 Comments
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i have a pair - nice sound but boy do they hurt your ears after a while
got this for £79 last night on Amazon prime deal.
Price now showing at £124 so perhaps the title needs amending.
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Richer Sounds - One day flash sale starts 10am today

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Just a heads up, Richer Sounds are holding a one day flash sale from 10am Tuesday 12th July. Limited offers changing every 2 hours throughout the day.
nofxuk Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago101 Comments
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Richer Sounds
Hi all,
Saw this thread and wanted to take this opportunity to reply and to apologise for any inconvenience caused to our customers as a result of this issue.
Unfortunately we’ve been hit by some technical problems which did cause problems to customers trying to access our deals earlier today. However, these issues have now been resolved and our site is now back up running as normal. As a result, all of our Flash Deals are now available (while stocks last) until 7pm this evening.
Meanwhile, sincere apologies once again. If any forum member is still having problems then please PM me with your details and I’ll get in touch to help.
Many thanks,
John Clayton
Operations Director
Richer Sounds

Shame did try your website several times and was going to pop in if there was anything interesting. Might have gone for the denon. Oh well there is always Black Friday.
I got my email announcing this sale at 8pm this evening. At least I missed the crash.
skyarsenal
Richer Sounds
Hi all,
Saw this thread and wanted to take this opportunity to reply and to apologise for any inconvenience caused to our customers as a result of this issue.
Unfortunately we’ve been hit by some technical problems which did cause problems to customers trying to access our deals earlier today. However, these issues have now been resolved and our site is now back up running as normal. As a result, all of our Flash Deals are now available (while stocks last) until 7pm this evening.
Meanwhile, sincere apologies once again. If any forum member is still having problems then please PM me with your details and I’ll get in touch to help.
Many thanks,
John Clayton
Operations Director
Richer Sounds
They've been solved when the deals over how convenient .Give your self a pat on the back john

Judging by what was posted here, there weren't any "deals" to miss really. Next time they have a flash sale, I guess people just won't bother wasting their time.
so what did I miss? Hmmm
skyarsenal
Richer Sounds
Hi all,
Saw this thread and wanted to take this opportunity to reply and to apologise for any inconvenience caused to our customers as a result of this issue.
Unfortunately we’ve been hit by some technical problems which did cause problems to customers trying to access our deals earlier today. However, these issues have now been resolved and our site is now back up running as normal. As a result, all of our Flash Deals are now available (while stocks last) until 7pm this evening.
Meanwhile, sincere apologies once again. If any forum member is still having problems then please PM me with your details and I’ll get in touch to help.
Many thanks,
John Clayton
Operations Director
Richer Sounds

They've been solved when the deals over how convenient .Give your self a pat on the back john


​you didn't read much of this response, did you?
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LG 65b6 4K oled £3,869.00 10% off using Tv10 code @ richersounds 6 year warranty possible 3% Quidco

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I have the e6 and this is the same tv no soundbar different foc and this is the best price around
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proper tv and good price..looks like all the 4k bush 4k techinca and other £300 4k crap tvs are out in force
Not a Freebie you posted in the wrong section..
The B6 doesn't have 3D (compared with the E6) for those interested and within budget...

Edited By: coxy82 on Jul 11, 2016 18:27
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Richer Sounds - LG 55EC930 OLED 3D Smart TV 1080p HD Freeview HD £988.95

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I saw this couple of days ago. It seemed to be a good deal so went on to purchase one. I bought it from Birmingham branch with a 6 years warranty on it. Normally they don't give warranty on the cleara…
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jumpinoffthbed
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1080p oled looks better to me than 4k led.
Then you need your eyes eyes tested or you weren't looking at 4k material! 4k detail is outstanding, as close to looking out a window as I've ever seen.. On my set anyway which is only led. 1080 just cannot compare.
blacks, colour accuracy and vibrancy all play a part - not point in having a poor 4k TV - so yes 4 OLED is better but costs allot more for little or no decent 4k content. You are falling for the marketing....
I haven't seen a poor 4k TV so I don't know about the colour accuracy and vibrancy on them but I can assure you I'm not falling for any marketing, I looked at the picture on a lot of tv's before I chose mine.
So what was it in the 4k picture that made it more appealing than the oled picture?

I found the picture more natural/realistic than the velvety look of the oled, I also liked that I could be closer to the TV and the detail is there. Like I said before it's like looking out of a window. I also wanted passive 3d which I don't think was an option with oled? I also don't spend that kind of money on a tv every couple of years, unless there's a miraculous advance in affordable technology I'll have it for the next decade so I wanted future proof and like it or not 4k is the future. As compression advances it won't just be streaming and blu ray we will eventually see broadcasted 4k.


It is passive 3D. And picture settings do need to be adjusted to get a more natural picture.
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1080p oled looks better to me than 4k led.
Then you need your eyes eyes tested or you weren't looking at 4k material! 4k detail is outstanding, as close to looking out a window as I've ever seen.. On my set anyway which is only led. 1080 just cannot compare.
blacks, colour accuracy and vibrancy all play a part - not point in having a poor 4k TV - so yes 4 OLED is better but costs allot more for little or no decent 4k content. You are falling for the marketing....
I haven't seen a poor 4k TV so I don't know about the colour accuracy and vibrancy on them but I can assure you I'm not falling for any marketing, I looked at the picture on a lot of tv's before I chose mine.
So what was it in the 4k picture that made it more appealing than the oled picture?
I found the picture more natural/realistic than the velvety look of the oled, I also liked that I could be closer to the TV and the detail is there. Like I said before it's like looking out of a window. I also wanted passive 3d which I don't think was an option with oled? I also don't spend that kind of money on a tv every couple of years, unless there's a miraculous advance in affordable technology I'll have it for the next decade so I wanted future proof and like it or not 4k is the future. As compression advances it won't just be streaming and blu ray we will eventually see broadcasted 4k.
Fair enough and though a bit suprising the key point is 'I found the picture more natural/realistic than the velvety look of the oled'; its all about picking what is best for you.
It might be valuable to some people to know that the lifespan of oled based on 5 hours a day use is 11 years. Fine for most but if your a real couch potato or have it on in the background all day you might want to consider that.
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1080p oled looks better to me than 4k led.
Then you need your eyes eyes tested or you weren't looking at 4k material! 4k detail is outstanding, as close to looking out a window as I've ever seen.. On my set anyway which is only led. 1080 just cannot compare.
blacks, colour accuracy and vibrancy all play a part - not point in having a poor 4k TV - so yes 4 OLED is better but costs allot more for little or no decent 4k content. You are falling for the marketing....
I haven't seen a poor 4k TV so I don't know about the colour accuracy and vibrancy on them but I can assure you I'm not falling for any marketing, I looked at the picture on a lot of tv's before I chose mine.
So what was it in the 4k picture that made it more appealing than the oled picture?

I found the picture more natural/realistic than the velvety look of the oled, I also liked that I could be closer to the TV and the detail is there. Like I said before it's like looking out of a window. I also wanted passive 3d which I don't think was an option with oled? I also don't spend that kind of money on a tv every couple of years, unless there's a miraculous advance in affordable technology I'll have it for the next decade so I wanted future proof and like it or not 4k is the future. As compression advances it won't just be streaming and blu ray we will eventually see broadcasted 4k.

Edited By: jumpinoffthbed on Jul 13, 2016 17:10: Sp
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Denon DCD520 Black CD Player £129.95 richersounds

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Nice Looking Machine Regards peter58home/UK/
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This price to play CD's?
I have this with a Denon350 SE amp and tannoy Mercury V1 speakers on atacama nexus stands sounds lovely to me
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ROBERTS Revival iStream 2 Smart Radio With DAB+/FM Internet Radio, Black £174.95 Richer Sounds (about the best price around) + FREE 6 YEAR WARRANTY

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Just about the best price around with free delivery, and a highly reputable seller too. The icing on the cake is the free, comprehensive, 6 year warranty that comes with it free of charge. £25 cheap…
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AlwaysTheBest
Cold - this isn't a deal.


What a complete tool!!!!
What a complete tool!!!!
Oh yes it is! ☀️
Cold - this isn't a deal.
Just a word of advice to anyone wanting one of these - you'll probably need to order from one of their stores. There's a very limited supply in stock, with a smallish number (too small to make available online) arriving in the warehouse soon.

They've been sold out in most stores for some time (it's been a big seller at this price, probably because it's one of the best prices around) but they can order it in for you to collect. Or they'll arrange for it to be delivered to your home free if you prefer.

And for anyone wanting to use the BBC 'listen again' feature, it's up and running again following a recent firmware update. :)
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LG 55EG910 55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1,099.00 at Richer Sounds 6 Years Warranty

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Great price for an oled TV comes with 6 Years Warranty. Also available at John Lewis, both 910 and 930 models. Popular question answers, before we get silly comments: Yes, this is 1080p, not 4K. Ye…
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I do not believe that Organic LED TV is much better than ordinary 1k TV let alone 4k ?
It is just a way from LG and Panasonict to allow them to sell their TV on premium price.
then you've evidently never seen one in operation.
i still have a seven year old plasma tv because lcd is, quite frankly, crap. you get motion blur, you get poor contrast ratios, and plasma beats it into a cocked hat.
oled, on the other hand - you get the power usage and colour saturation that you're used to with lcd, but the motion and contrast you get with plasma. it's the best of both worlds. and yes, i know from personal experience - my dad has this exact tv in his house, and it's superb.
as to 4k - complete waste of time, unless you have a screen that's over 65" and/or you sit less than 8ft away from it. the eye is physically incapable of resolving beyond a certain point, and 95% of households sit less than 8ft away. does it make a difference? sure - if you're going to sit close enough to resolve the pixels. most people are borderline for 720p vs 1080p anyway, and that's before you even consider 4k source material availability (next to nil at present) and the fact that HDR has two competing standards at 4k so that's not decided either, and you've got a 50% chance of guessing right.
put it this way: *cinemas* still use 2k (2048x1080) on their screens, which is only a little bit higher than the 1920x1080 (1080p) used for home screens. have you ever thought that a cinema looked grainy? of course not. and those are on comparatively *huge* screens.
tl;dr version: 4k is worthwhile for a few limited use cases, but for 95% of home use 1080p is plenty good enough. you're better off having a high quality 1080p set (OLED, for example) than a 4k crap LCD.
and as for this tv - it's a worthwhile upgrade from any LCD tv (except maybe at the very top end - but then you're talking £3-4k on an LCD, and there are better OLED sets available at that price), but it's a sideways step from plasma. i'd swap my plasma for it, but mainly because it's a larger diagonal, thinner and lighter, and uses a lot less power. picture-wise, though, it's very close. plasma still just edges this set out on fast motion (although in fairness i've not been allowed to switch off all of the pointless image processing!), but the colour range is much better on the OLED.
Agree, I have pioneer Kuro KRP-500M and still loves it. Once OLED 4k becomes bit more affordable, will replace it.
shame this has gone back up it was a steal at 1K
Price back to £1399
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Don't know where you'll find a good 55 plasma for 200 quid. Last panasonic plasmas are still selling for 1500 quid. People are selling 50 inch 10 year old pioneer Kuros for 600-800 quid.
OLED is a new technology that delivers a superior picture quality. At this price, the TV is a steal, to get anything close to that picture quality in 4k you'll need to spend at least twice as much.
Randomly checked
The new one £300http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pioneer-Kuro-PDP-LX5090-50inch-Plasma-TV-/322152094122?hash=item4b01c2d9aa:g:dsMAAOSwdV1XN4DC
In Auction Pioneer PDP-508XD Kuro 50" Plasma HD Television. Currently £62 but it is highly likely it will exceed £200 at the endhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pioneer-PDP-508XD-Kuro-50-Plasma-HD-Television-/222148597796?hash=item33b9169824:g:ZRAAAOSw~oFXD~uo
In the past, I have seen a lot of them on eBay. If I want it and I play a waiting game I could get it for around £100 - £150. I just simply do not like them as it is too heavy ...
£300 one doesn't actually work ;)
"The screen is currently not working but i have spoken to a number of tv engineers/specialists who have said that the problem can be fixed for a reasonable price."
Well, Do you really need a training course to spot a deal on eBay. Just spend a few second and I got this even cheaper £200 by it now “Fantastic conditionhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pioneer-Kuro-PDP-LX5090-/162114504131?hash=item25bec705c3:g:krIAAOSwnNBXZ8le
Another one £250 “Used but it very good condition. No defects” http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pioneer-PDP-LX508D-50-Plasma-TV-/252436770334?hash=item3ac6676e1e:g:icoAAOSwtUtXA2cx
The previous one I have posted currently £84.00 on auction with 1 day 5 hours.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/222148597796?clk_rvr_id=1051965981775&rmvSB=true
It is up to people here to believe my post regarding how cheap used plasma TV is. If I really mean it, I could easily get 50" plasma for less than £200 in London Cash on Collection. I have seen a few in the past. The reason for that is simple, people are moving, this item is too big and heavy, frigile to be taken with you or to be posted. Also think about it if you own it, the electricity bill, if you are living alone as they are quite heavy to move it by your own.
All you will need to do is the waiting game. If you need it urgently then the eBay deal is not for you ...

If you do go Plasma make sure it is the last of the line Panasonic, ie the 60/65 range.
These were the only ones that beat the Kuro, the 50 series and lower were not as good.
Jedfordski
pantaiema
mreriksen

Don't know where you'll find a good 55 plasma for 200 quid. Last panasonic plasmas are still selling for 1500 quid. People are selling 50 inch 10 year old pioneer Kuros for 600-800 quid.
OLED is a new technology that delivers a superior picture quality. At this price, the TV is a steal, to get anything close to that picture quality in 4k you'll need to spend at least twice as much.
Randomly checked
The new one £300http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pioneer-Kuro-PDP-LX5090-50inch-Plasma-TV-/322152094122?hash=item4b01c2d9aa:g:dsMAAOSwdV1XN4DC
In Auction Pioneer PDP-508XD Kuro 50" Plasma HD Television. Currently £62 but it is highly likely it will exceed £200 at the endhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pioneer-PDP-508XD-Kuro-50-Plasma-HD-Television-/222148597796?hash=item33b9169824:g:ZRAAAOSw~oFXD~uo
In the past, I have seen a lot of them on eBay. If I want it and I play a waiting game I could get it for around £100 - £150. I just simply do not like them as it is too heavy ...
£300 one doesn't actually work ;)
"The screen is currently not working but i have spoken to a number of tv engineers/specialists who have said that the problem can be fixed for a reasonable price."

Well, Do you really need a training course to spot a deal on eBay. I just need to spend a few seconds to spot this deals; even cheaper £200 by it now price “Fantastic condition” according to description.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pioneer-Kuro-PDP-LX5090-/162114504131?hash=item25bec705c3:g:krIAAOSwnNBXZ8le

Another one £250 “Used but it very good condition. No defects”
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pioneer-PDP-LX508D-50-Plasma-TV-/252436770334?hash=item3ac6676e1e:g:icoAAOSwtUtXA2cx

The previous one I have posted currently £84.00 on auction with 1 day 5 hours left.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/222148597796?clk_rvr_id=1051965981775&rmvSB=true

It is up to people here to believe my post regarding how cheap used plasma TV on eBay is. If I really want it, I could easily get 50" plasma for less than £200 in London Cash on Collection but I do not want them, I do not need them either. I have seen a few in the past. The reason for that is simple, people are moving flat, this item is too big and heavy, frigile to be taken with you or to be posted, do not fit to the new flat, etc. Also think about it if you own it like the electricity bill, very heavy to lift / move it by your own as they are quite heavy.

All you will need to do is the waiting game. If you need it urgently then the eBay deal is not for you ...


Edited By: pantaiema on Jun 25, 2016 19:27: typo
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If on the back of your amp, it says 'sub pre-out', then it isn't compatible. This passive sub will ONLY connect to springclip/screw type of red/black speaker outputs. This sub I think originally came with a Pioneer 5.1 DVD cinema system, where all the 6 channels of amplification (left, right, centre, surround left, surround right, sub) are in the same box. You'd be far better saving some money and looking for a 2nd hand active Mordaunt Short, Mission, Wharfedale, Tannoy, REL or MJ Acoustics sub on eBay. Poor quality subs just boom...good quality ones will provide the nice deep, rumbly bass and some even come with microphones, for optimal setup :D
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Got a very old Sony STR-DB895D and cannot find out what sub type it accepts, anybody that knows where to look able to point me in the right direction ?
Brought this at this price over a year ago. Good sound but just binned it and got a sound bar. Much better and smaller and compact.
will it work with Denon AVR X2200?
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All gone, I just brought the last pair sorry.
Henley and Exeter are the only stores with stock for those interested
Hot if you're lucky. Cold for the wild goose chase.
Excellent price, no home delivery option?