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lg eg910 v 55 oled tv £1,199.00 Selfridges

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Best price for this model from a reputable seller. 5 year warranty
AAAli Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago31 Comments
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Call or email them, I got refunded within a few days. :D
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Whoever bought this, put your hands up because I want to laugh at you.
Only a mug would buy this first gen LG OLED effort (at any price)
Sure but only after you have finished laughting at the guilibility of the all the people who have brought 4k Tvs thinking it was a worth while feature over a better picture.
I'd laugh more that those people buying TVs without 4K. You don't pay a premium for 4K anymore.
Besides, there are plenty of 4K sources coming online. Most stuff in 4K is amazing. So stop laughing and go grab a Kleenex to wipe your tears. (_;)
So where can I get 4k for free? good for you believing all the marketing hype and paying extra for 4k sources; well done - at least you are helping the economy..
remember poor picture = poor picture even if its 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k etc
Awww, poor you. We could have a whip-round for you if you like?
Come out of the dark ages and get yourself a non-sky digital source with 1080p output..... you'll never regret it :)
Thank you for confirming my point; for many people its not worth the money and can lead to a poorer picture on SD sources.
When I am in the market for a 65" TV I will look for an OLED hdr one. 4K the new 3D?
So many contradictions in your statement.
It's highly unlikely you would be able to purchase anything other than 4k HDR panels now, never mind in the future.
Simply because the panel can display 4k resolution doesn't mean it isn't capable of scaling the source input to produce a good image.
There's not a massive amount of 4k material out there, but what is there isn't necessarily expensive. For example, to get Netflix 4k, it's £2 per month more than HD and you get more profiles. YouTube 4k is free.
Upscaling Blu-ray players are very competent at displaying 4k images from standard Blu-ray, which many people already own, prices start at around £50.
HDR could well be the standard that continues rather than 4k. To scale an sd signal well to 4k requires a good 4k tv; the cheaper ones don't scale that well.
Netflix has limited content. Personally I would be much more interested in watching 4k bluray films but I would much prefer oled and hdr than 4k and hdr; blacks rendered as dark grey are still dark grey regardless of whether it's 4k, 8k, 16k, 64k, 128k..

There's nothing really wrong with oled 4k HDR, all will remain and set the standard for all TVs to come, whether or not they become affordable is the big question.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/oled55e6-201604274285.htm
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Whoever bought this, put your hands up because I want to laugh at you.
Only a mug would buy this first gen LG OLED effort (at any price)
Sure but only after you have finished laughting at the guilibility of the all the people who have brought 4k Tvs thinking it was a worth while feature over a better picture.
I'd laugh more that those people buying TVs without 4K. You don't pay a premium for 4K anymore.
Besides, there are plenty of 4K sources coming online. Most stuff in 4K is amazing. So stop laughing and go grab a Kleenex to wipe your tears. (_;)
So where can I get 4k for free? good for you believing all the marketing hype and paying extra for 4k sources; well done - at least you are helping the economy..
remember poor picture = poor picture even if its 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k etc
Awww, poor you. We could have a whip-round for you if you like?
Come out of the dark ages and get yourself a non-sky digital source with 1080p output..... you'll never regret it :)
Thank you for confirming my point; for many people its not worth the money and can lead to a poorer picture on SD sources.
When I am in the market for a 65" TV I will look for an OLED hdr one. 4K the new 3D?
In your case, I agree that you should definitely hang on till at least the year 2050, hopefully by then all your SD sources will have converted to 4K and it will be worth your while watching the "Dave Channel" in glorious 4K X)
Nah 4k will have long gone by then (apart from adverts for it on Dave) ; it will be some other pointless feature - anything to avoid having to develop a great picture...(_;)
HDR is the biggest improvement in image quality since colour TV. The difference compared to normal 8-bit images is much more obvious than SD vs HD.
I have'nt seen HDR in the flesh but my gut feel is that it requires a better panel to get a good improvement in the picture; I can't see cheaper TVs being trully HDR compliant (Ultra HD Premium). I don't know if HDR inherently displays blacks better than normal LCD and whether or not OLED, would still has the advantage over HDR, in this area. HDR does seem though that it could be here to stay.

There two HDR TV standards, one for LCD and one for OLED,

'But how can OLED, with its brightness issues, qualify for HDR compatibility which demands much higher brightness levels than standard TVs? Well, the UHD Alliance has got around the problem by introducing two standards:

STANDARD 1: More than 1,000 nits peak brightness and less than 0.05nits black level.

STANDARD 2: More than 540 nits brightness and less than 0.0005 nits black level.

While standard one demands higher brightness and tolerates a higher black level, standard two tolerates a lower brightness and demands a lower black level. This means manufacturers looking to make LED HDR TVs, which most are, will abide by standard one, while OLED TVs will be able to gain the Ultra HD Premium label by conforming to standard two.

And that’s it. In the grand scheme of things, it won’t matter which type of TV you have as to whether it will be HDR compatible or not. But if you want to get technical, LED TVs will give you an HDR image with better peak brightness but less deep blacks, whiled OLED TVs will give you an HDR image with lower peak brightness but deeper blacks.


Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/hdr-tv-high-dynamic-television-explained#TCX8CbD1XTO3mLyk.99'
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Whoever bought this, put your hands up because I want to laugh at you.
Only a mug would buy this first gen LG OLED effort (at any price)
Sure but only after you have finished laughting at the guilibility of the all the people who have brought 4k Tvs thinking it was a worth while feature over a better picture.
I'd laugh more that those people buying TVs without 4K. You don't pay a premium for 4K anymore.
Besides, there are plenty of 4K sources coming online. Most stuff in 4K is amazing. So stop laughing and go grab a Kleenex to wipe your tears. (_;)
So where can I get 4k for free? good for you believing all the marketing hype and paying extra for 4k sources; well done - at least you are helping the economy..
remember poor picture = poor picture even if its 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k etc
Awww, poor you. We could have a whip-round for you if you like?
Come out of the dark ages and get yourself a non-sky digital source with 1080p output..... you'll never regret it :)
Thank you for confirming my point; for many people its not worth the money and can lead to a poorer picture on SD sources.
When I am in the market for a 65" TV I will look for an OLED hdr one. 4K the new 3D?
In your case, I agree that you should definitely hang on till at least the year 2050, hopefully by then all your SD sources will have converted to 4K and it will be worth your while watching the "Dave Channel" in glorious 4K X)
Nah 4k will have long gone by then (apart from adverts for it on Dave) ; it will be some other pointless feature - anything to avoid having to develop a great picture...(_;)
HDR is the biggest improvement in image quality since colour TV. The difference compared to normal 8-bit images is much more obvious than SD vs HD.
I have'nt seen HDR in the flesh but my gut feel is that it requires a better panel to get a good improvement in the picture; I can't see cheaper TVs being trully HDR compliant (Ultra HD Premium). I don't know if HDR inherently displays blacks better than normal LCD and whether or not OLED, would still has the advantage over HDR, in this area. HDR does seem though that it could be here to stay.
moob
afroylnt
Sharpharp
afroylnt
Sharpharp
afroylnt
Sharpharp
Whoever bought this, put your hands up because I want to laugh at you.
Only a mug would buy this first gen LG OLED effort (at any price)
Sure but only after you have finished laughting at the guilibility of the all the people who have brought 4k Tvs thinking it was a worth while feature over a better picture.
I'd laugh more that those people buying TVs without 4K. You don't pay a premium for 4K anymore.
Besides, there are plenty of 4K sources coming online. Most stuff in 4K is amazing. So stop laughing and go grab a Kleenex to wipe your tears. (_;)
So where can I get 4k for free? good for you believing all the marketing hype and paying extra for 4k sources; well done - at least you are helping the economy..
remember poor picture = poor picture even if its 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k etc
Awww, poor you. We could have a whip-round for you if you like?
Come out of the dark ages and get yourself a non-sky digital source with 1080p output..... you'll never regret it :)
Thank you for confirming my point; for many people its not worth the money and can lead to a poorer picture on SD sources.
When I am in the market for a 65" TV I will look for an OLED hdr one. 4K the new 3D?
So many contradictions in your statement.

It's highly unlikely you would be able to purchase anything other than 4k HDR panels now, never mind in the future.

Simply because the panel can display 4k resolution doesn't mean it isn't capable of scaling the source input to produce a good image.

There's not a massive amount of 4k material out there, but what is there isn't necessarily expensive. For example, to get Netflix 4k, it's £2 per month more than HD and you get more profiles. YouTube 4k is free.

Upscaling Blu-ray players are very competent at displaying 4k images from standard Blu-ray, which many people already own, prices start at around £50.

HDR could well be the standard that continues rather than 4k. To scale an sd signal well to 4k requires a good 4k tv; the cheaper ones don't scale that well.

Netflix has limited content. Personally I would be much more interested in watching 4k bluray films but I would much prefer oled and hdr than 4k and hdr; blacks rendered as dark grey are still dark grey regardless of whether it's 4k, 8k, 16k, 64k, 128k..
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65" 65EF950V LG OLED 4K TV £2,699.00 delivered @ Selfridges 5 year guarantee

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Complete with a 5 year guarantee, enjoy the perfect home cinema experience with our wide selection of televisions including Smart TV, 4K and LED from LG, Samsung, Sony and more. Key Features •OLED…
crocket Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago65 Comments
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This is an absolute bargain....i paid 3.5k for mine 6 months ago and its fantastic...mine is a very good panel...but others have had problems


I'm jealous! Enjoy your telly! But there's no way on earth I could justify 3.5k on a telly
deal has expired can someone expire it?
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- This model DOES have HDR and it has support via both streaming and HDMI ports.
I own the 920v model, picked it up from Costco for a ridiculous £1400. My OLED replaced a Panasonic Plasma which at the time I was happy with but it had to go once I compared OLED with Plasma (Had the 50 Plasma and the 55 OLED side by side whilst testing video sources). No screen burn, no banding, 4 months of ownership. Give it a decent source of 1080p or 4k video and it eats it up and spits out a sublime image.
For information both this 950v and the 920v model supports HDR via a single HDMI port (HDMI Port number 2) and via streamed sources, a box appears in the top left of the screen saying it when a HDR video plays.
The 960v model is more complicated, it supports HDR video from streamed sources, but NOT via it's HDMI ports. This is one thing to be careful of, as I expect many people will be connecting devices via cable, just because it says 'HDR supported' it may mean via streaming. http://www.trustedreviews.com/lg-65ef9500-review
I wasnt aware. Both HDR 10 & Dolby Vision? I am only bothered about 10 from gaming point of view but nice to have Dolby Vision too ;)
10bit I'd say yes but dolby vision I'd say 'probably'. Reason why see this link: http://hometheaterreview.com/dolby-vision-vs-hdr10-what-you-need-to-know/
For HDR It's all clear as mud across the industry to be honest, you have the likes of Samsung and Hisense promising firmware updates for HDMI ports but have updated apps built in that support HDR via streaming, such as Netflix. Good for streamers, bad for gamers. Then you have some TV's that just support it as they have the correct HDMI ports but their own built in apps need updating for streaming, such as LG did. Good for gamers with an Xbox One S but bad for streamers! The only 100% guaranteed way to have everything is to buy a high end 2017 model next May when they start to hit market!
Trying to find more than a handful of HDR video is the challenge, I hope that the new PS4 Neo (Not an Xbox player at all) is out this year and supports HDR games from early on.

Well early reports suggest they are going to surprise everyone and launch for Christmas 2016 which will kill Microsoft, Xbox gamer for life here but I don't do the trolling lol, so in a way I hope it is around same time as microsoft. Anyway about the HDR TV situation..........I see the OLED55E6V is what I would love. Has both HDR formats supported. Maybe not perfect but I am still waiting for it to come down as @ £3,500 it is very steep!
Good price for what you get heat given.
Out of stock :-(
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LG 55eg910 55" 1080p 3D Oled TV £1,199.00 @ Selfridges.com

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Cons: Not 4k so no HDR 10/12 or Dolby Vision - if you want/need 4k, this isn't for you. Pros: Blacks - are black and not grey Everything looks better than compared to LCD/LED. Great viewing…
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Cold NOT 4K


​You obviously didn't bother reading the opening post.
Cold NOT 4K
Crossbow
Has been posted for £100 lower & 5/6 year warranty a few weeks ago - the cost of these should be decreasing, not increasing:

LG 55EG910 55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1099 at Richer Sounds 6 Years Warranty

LG 55EG910 & 55EC930  55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1099 at John Lewis 5 Years Warranty


Understand your point, that seems to have been RS price matching JL - who then removed the product altogether from their site and have not re-listed it since.

Unless you have a time machine, this is the cheapest with decent warranty - you could always ask RS for a price match I guess.

Edited By: pops1975 on Aug 07, 2016 22:52
Has been posted for £100 lower & 5/6 year warranty a few weeks ago - the cost of these should be decreasing, not increasing:

LG 55EG910 55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1099 at Richer Sounds 6 Years Warranty

LG 55EG910 & 55EC930  55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1099 at John Lewis 5 Years Warranty
Vespa123
Ordered, been watching for a couple of weeks. Wanted new TV for new premiership season next week. Thanks Pops1975

You're welcome Vespa123 - glad my post helped you!
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LG 65UH770V with sound bar & 5 year warranty £1,799.00 @ Selfridges

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Cheapest out there for this TV and also comes with a soundbar worth '£500'..ordered one myself :) As recommended in this thread... http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/best-65-inch-4k-tv-for-under-2000…
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Just for clarity UH770 LG TV line is not OLED. LCD with LED edge lighting. I own the 55 version.

How is it?
The HS7 is £189.99 @ Amazon... 3rd party seller with 100% positive feedback with almost 24k ratings over past 12 months.... just in case anyone's interested.

The tv is oos @ Selfridges at the moment...
Just for clarity UH770 LG TV line is not OLED. LCD with LED edge lighting. I own the 55 version.
It's OK for free if your tv has no soundbar.
Selfridges are advertising this £500 free soundbar with all LG Oeds
The £500 advert is a bit cheeky.
This is soundbar is only £250 at Richer Sounds.
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LG 65" EG960V OLED 4k ultra hd curved tv + ***Free sound bar worth £500?*** £3,299.00 delivered @ Selfridges

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***Only 1 available*** 5 Year guarantee ***FREE Soundbar and Sub when you purchase this TV - worth £500*** £100 cheaper than the next cheapest (Power Direct) 4.4% Topcashback another £145…
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what a rip off. u could have a high end sony tv and have alot of change. COLD
Can you name the Sony TV / TV's? Not trying to be funny but been looking for a 65" TV for a few weeks so genuinely want an opinion. Was considering a Samsung KS8000 after reading reviews on Rtings.com

http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/best-65-inch-4k-tv-for-under-2000-2451221?p=28186212
kayjay75
what a rip off. u could have a high end sony tv and have alot of change. COLD
Can you name the Sony TV / TV's? Not trying to be funny but been looking for a 65" TV for a few weeks so genuinely want an opinion. Was considering a Samsung KS8000 after reading reviews on Rtings.com
chrisbass
Just as a heads up, nothing at selfridges is a deal!!
Ok understood. Just thought as it wasnt cheaper anywhere else that it might be good for someone who wants it.
what a rip off. u could have a high end sony tv and have alot of change. COLD
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Selfridges Beauty Collection Sports Kits (3 varieties) now £9.99 (with free C&C)

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Cardio Queen Essentials linked in post- supposed £114 value but can't really go wrong with less than a tenner! This set includes: Vaseline, Molton Brown Eucalyptus Body Wash 100ml, Bumble & Bumble
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Shame the C&C option is only in 4 places. Oh well, great deal if you can collect from store :)
OOS. Shame :(
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Up to 50% off online @ Selfridges

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MSE Blurb 50% off selected womenswear, menswear, accessories and beauty in its summer sale. Delivery's £5, or you can collect in a store for free.
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How did this reach > 300º last time....:p
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LG 55UF860V - 55" 3D LED Smart TV - 4K UltraHD - 5 Year Guarantee - £749.00 Selfridges

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I was looking for a new TV and this looks to be at a very good price. 749 including delivery
GSMMAD Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago28 Comments
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Mine arrived today.
The good:
LG Smart TV works awesome. No lag and lots of functionality. Casting from Iphone was smooth. Casting from windows 10 was just awesome (over wifi). Took seconds and I had Gotham on the 55 inch LG screen.
Good quality screen, 4k is absolutely awesome.
HDR worked like a charm on Amazon Ultra HD videos.
Very Slim, great looking TV. The ribbon bezel doesn't really need dusting, which is always a plus.
Great sturdy remote. It acts like a Wii remote to control the smart TV functuion.
The Bad:
I watched some football on it and it was good but sometimes the ball looked a bit blurry, almost like the up-scaler is having processing issued. The more I watched the better it seemed to get.
If you can afford more, there are better TV's at a higher price range but this is an awesome TV at 749. I would go as far as to say it's probably the best 4k 55 inch under 750.
Delivery was very good, they called the day before and gave me a 1 hour delivery slot.

How you getting on with this? Football got any better? I watch a lot of sport and a bit wary as seen a couple of comments about sport not being great

Also wondering if a basic 2016 model would be better than a reduced 2015 mid spec
Mine arrived today.

The good:
LG Smart TV works awesome. No lag and lots of functionality. Casting from Iphone was smooth. Casting from windows 10 was just awesome (over wifi). Took seconds and I had Gotham on the 55 inch LG screen.
Good quality screen, 4k is absolutely awesome.
HDR worked like a charm on Amazon Ultra HD videos.
Very Slim, great looking TV. The ribbon bezel doesn't really need dusting, which is always a plus.
Great sturdy remote. It acts like a Wii remote to control the smart TV functuion.

The Bad:
I watched some football on it and it was good but sometimes the ball looked a bit blurry, almost like the up-scaler is having processing issued. The more I watched the better it seemed to get.

If you can afford more, there are better TV's at a higher price range but this is an awesome TV at 749. I would go as far as to say it's probably the best 4k 55 inch under 750.
Delivery was very good, they called the day before and gave me a 1 hour delivery slot.
um20
Can anyone confirm the width of the stand? Can't tell from the given dimensions if it will fit on our corner unit or not!
I would have bought this TV but the legs are too wide apart (39" I think?), I'd need to buy a new TV cabinet too.

This was LG's rival to Sony's KD55X8509CBU which is still selling for £999 everywhere (£899 cheapest price).
While JL are selling used ones for £799 (urgh), why won't this damn TV drop in price too, like a good little boy! :(
Im a little sore as ive paid £50 more but mine arrives tomorrow so i suppose its not to bad, will go nice with my new chesterfield arriving on the 18th.
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£1.00 for personalise Nutella Jar @ birmingham Selfridges

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Popped into Selfridges in Birmingham yesterday and saw this deal £1.00 personalised Nutella jar. Brought two. They do have an exp of September.
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size?


400g :D
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​bought = paid for it (might be for delivery later on)

brought = did not pay but brought home (e.g slipped it in bag, found it in a shopping trolley outside shop and brought home.) also rhymes with C+C

bought & brought = paid and brought home


Thanks for pointing that out must have been my the auto correction, really helpful


​bought = paid for it (might be for delivery later on)

brought = did not pay but brought home (e.g slipped it in bag, found it in a shopping trolley outside shop and brought home.) also rhymes with C+C

bought & brought = paid and brought home
blue1971
Got the mini ones for 25p the other day


​shame on you for not posting it 'the other day'
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Must have T Shirt of the year! £185.00 Selfridges only and small only left so be quick!

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get a job in DHL and have one for free
I'm all for paying a little extra for nice stuff, but have you seen some of the tosh on there. There's even a baggy T-shirt on there for 215 quid,. Even kanye west doesn't have that sort of markup.
I don't understand, is this a joke?
Who has been stealing DHL uniform?
Coming to a car boot sale near you 3 for a tenner
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LG 55UF860V -  4k UHD 3D LED TV (HDR/ULTRA Luminance) 5 Year Warranty £849.00 @ Selfridges

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LG 55UF860V -  4k UHD 3D LED TV (HDR/ULTRA Luminance) 5 Year Warranty £849 @ Selfridges John Lewis and Richer Sounds price matched. I personally purchased with Richer Sounds for the extra years war…
carloisaia Avatar6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago57 Comments
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mattyduk
Had this TV for a month now. Fantastic picture, both on HD and 4K. Very smooth and responsive interface.
Only downside is that I wanted its USB recording to work and it doesn't. For example, Recording HD MOTD results in pixellisation and stuttering. LG support useless. Blamed my signal for being too strong. Funny that the issue never happened in live viewings or now on my BT HD recorder.

your usb maybe too slow.

I've had similar issues and usually it's the usb speeds, either it's too slow or too fragmented, and thus also slow.

try using a faster speed usb.
olie6915
From what I've read though there will be some sort of adapter to convert to hdmi 2.0a.
I'll be ordering this tv from RS tomorrow, had a look at the 850v in curry's and really liked it but for the extra £39 I'd rather get the HDR model... Even if it is early doors for the technology

There may or may not. We simply don't know.

There are vague comments about firmware updates and/or HDMI boards (which would require a service technician) but those are just general comments about the possibility of updating a 2015 model to HDMI 2.0a. Those comments are not from LG and definitely not specifically about this model.

I can only speak about facts, at the time of writing it doesn't support HDR via a HDMI source and there is no guarantee it comes in the future. You can make your own buying decisions based on those facts.
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drunken_prozac

From what I understood HDMI 1, 2 & 3 support HDMI 2.0a, it's just the fact no external device currently have it. I'm awaiting the firmware update to my Nvidia Shield to allow 'a' to be processed then all should be good :)
Not exactly.
HDMI 2.0a is an extension to allow the HDR metadata to be sent over HDMI alongside the image.
HDR TVs released prior to the creation of 2.0a simply don't support or understand this metadata, so they only support HDR via an internally decoded video (eg Netflix app on the TV).
In theory HDMI 2.0a support could be applied via a firmware update to some 2015 HDR TVs. Not all. But you will have to check this on a model-by-model basis.
So the current status of this TV is that it supports HDR via internally decoded sources, but not externally. That's all we can say right now. If it changes in the future, great. But don't buy this TV on the assumption it will support HDR for 4K Bluray etc.
From what I've read though there will be some sort of adapter to convert to hdmi 2.0a.

I'll be ordering this tv from RS tomorrow, had a look at the 850v in curry's and really liked it but for the extra £39 I'd rather get the HDR model... Even if it is early doors for the technology
drunken_prozac

From what I understood HDMI 1, 2 & 3 support HDMI 2.0a, it's just the fact no external device currently have it. I'm awaiting the firmware update to my Nvidia Shield to allow 'a' to be processed then all should be good :)
Not exactly.

HDMI 2.0a is an extension to allow the HDR metadata to be sent over HDMI alongside the image.

HDR TVs released prior to the creation of 2.0a simply don't support or understand this metadata, so they only support HDR via an internally decoded video (eg Netflix app on the TV).

In theory HDMI 2.0a support could be applied via a firmware update to some 2015 HDR TVs. Not all. But you will have to check this on a model-by-model basis.

So the current status of this TV is that it supports HDR via internally decoded sources, but not externally. That's all we can say right now. If it changes in the future, great. But don't buy this TV on the assumption it will support HDR for 4K Bluray etc.
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Has terrible blacks due to the crappy IPS panel unfortunately.

no, it doesn't

Yes it does, my parents have one.

Sounds like they need it calibrating.
Yes it's not as good as my plasma but I would not say it is bad, in normal brightness living room at night (I have 1 table lamp on) the blacks are black and the colours are fine.
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LG 55EG910V - Latest 1080P LG OLED £1,399.00 at Selfridges

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After my last post thought I would add this Post if you can find cheaper with 5 year guarantee Yes a lot of money Yes its not 4K Yes other TV's are cheaper Love to hear from owners or you…
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G model is overly curvaceous :D
Great price. 1699 in John Lewis currently.
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After my last post thought I would add this
Post if you can find cheaper with 5 year guarantee
Yes a lot of money
Yes its not 4K
Yes other TV's are cheaper
Love to hear from owners or your experience of this TV Only

Try the AVforums there are lot of owners with differing experiences some good some bad.
https://www.avforums.com/forums/oled-tvs.232/
4k is a gimmick
It's all about oled
I'm sure this has always been this price though
waiting for the 4k version of this to come down but that's still a thousand more. Mind you, OLED is more important to me than 4K, just want to make sure it's future proof.
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4K 55inch Panasonic TX-55CX802 £1,099.00 in Selfridges - Manchester

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Just seen the Panasonic TX-55CX802 in Selfridges Trafford Centre for £1099.00 £1499 everywhere else for this highly regarded TV. Store person said it comes with a 5 year warranty. Note there are
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No tv is perfect, they all have their own issues - some are better than others at different things.

This appears to be the best price anywhere and should come with a 5yr warranty. If you want to get it for less, discountavdirect have it for £949.99 BUT its graded and comes with 1yr warranty.

Nice find, have some heat.
madbull
neroneuk
if upscaling is like the ax802 I had, this is a crap. Possibly good as a monitor, they only think I appreciated. go for Samsung for best upscaling
This actually has one of the best upscallers of any LCD, not to mention the most colour accurate picture. Just wish I had the money to get the Panasonic oled
:) I wish i had an extra £6.5k to get the oled too :)
neroneuk
if upscaling is like the ax802 I had, this is a crap. Possibly good as a monitor, they only think I appreciated. go for Samsung for best upscaling

This actually has one of the best upscallers of any LCD, not to mention the most colour accurate picture. Just wish I had the money to get the Panasonic oled
if upscaling is like the ax802 I had, this is a crap. Possibly good as a monitor, they only think I appreciated. go for Samsung for best upscaling
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CHANEL BLEU DE CHANEL Eau de Toilette Spray 150ml £80.00 with free collection or £5 standard delivery @ Selfridges

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tribute to masculine freedom in an aromatic-woody fragrance with a captivating trail. A timeless, anti-conformist fragrance housed in an enigmatic blue bottle. BLEU DE CHANEL is the fragrance of a man…
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EDP version for men is the way to go. The dry down I find gets lots of compliments also. I think the extra perfume oils give the dry down the extra longevity & sillage. Real power house one spray goes a long way.

It doesn't have chemical smell like lynx or Bleu de chance (also got it free from a friend). It's a crisp smell then dries down into something very very nice. Initially the EDP dry down caught me out because I thought it was someone else smelling so good.
I've had the EDT (still great to have recommended if you can't justify getting the EDP version) I noticed the dry down but it's much stronger in EDP version.

There needs to be more EDP versions for men not just for the ladies.
Not voted but can't get over that price when there's plenty of decent aftershaves for around the £40 mark.
Feel that paying that kind of money just encourages them to inflate their prices.
I have Bleu De Chance (A copy) and guess what, I got if for free!
A great squirter.
One of the best smells out there. But £80 for 150 ml is not a deal.
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Until Dawn of PlayStation 4 at £19.99 (ex. £5 delivery) @ selfridges £24.99

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Until Dawn of PlayStation 4 at 19.99 (ex. delivery) as opposed to £47.99 on GAME.co.uk
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thatsnotme
op, all of the 7 deal you have posted are for selfridges, 6 of which are cold... selfridges isn't cheap!


You shut up. Never give up OP, you can do it!!
iShoey
Why would you even want to buy a video game from a place that sell fridges?

I'll get my coat...


You'll need it for how cold this deal is
Why would you even want to buy a video game from a place that sell fridges?

I'll get my coat...
op, all of the 7 deal you have posted are for selfridges, 6 of which are cold... selfridges isn't cheap!
What a terrible post.
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Leap frog Leap tv £25.00 @ Selfridges London

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Found in Oxford street store in the toy department had at least 20 on display.
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clarec1984
Hi. Do you know if they had any games reduced please? Thanks

I didn't see any games there
grandoldchap
Complete waste of money bought one for the kids the camera is unusable under normal lighting condition it's a load of gimmick.


​i bought 1 for my little girl and the cameras fine she loves it
Complete waste of money bought one for the kids the camera is unusable under normal lighting condition it's a load of gimmick.
Hi. Do you know if they had any games reduced please? Thanks
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LG EG920V 4K OLED 55 inch £2,099.00 @ Selfridges

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Chepest price yet for the best tv on the market, down from £2249. LG OLED 4K TV The Ultimate Display Fusing OLED technology with 4K resolution, LG OLED 4K TV brings you the finest viewing experie…
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I wouldn't say the 960v is a better model. It's an older model and doesn't have HDMI 2.0a which may be useful if you have any HDR content. However saying that pretty much none of the 2015 TVs support the new "UHD Premium" certification required to play 4K UHD BluRay with HDR (when they start to be available).
If I had a choice I'd get either the 950v or 920v over the 960v.
Cold for curved (gimmick) no point buying into the 4K thing until mainstream and this TV will be better and £1000 this time next year when there is content. Look how long HD has taken take hold, Sky still don't have the HD channels as default (101,103,104!!!!)
I did read a report recently that expected that a new production method for oled should be able to increase yield (and therefore reduce waste).... making oled 20% to 30% cheaper than current led methods
It is wasn't curved, I'd snap that **** up right now
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Selfridges Xmas Hampers £20.00 down fron £100

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Couple of hampers down to £20 online. Free click and collect or £5 delivery http://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/cat/selfridges-selection-classic-christmas-hamper_565-2001178-CLXMH/ http://www.se…
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Received three of the £20 ones, had a separate order for an £80 one cancelled and got a £20 voucher for that.
Mine cancelled too but got £20 voucher as good will gesture, well chuffed. X)
My two arrived today. Really pleased with the contents, lots of long best before dates as well.
Just delivered my hamper :D Guess I was one of the lucky few.
crossing fingers! cash has been taken from my bank account on the 4th January.

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Prada Candy Collector Edition 80ml Eau De Parfum Reduced from £80 to £30.00 instore @ Selfridges Trafford Centre

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Had loads of these left in Trafford Centre Manchester Selfridges at closing today, reduced from £80 to £40 and then £30. It's the collectors edition 80mls - currently £80 in Debenhams and Harvey Nic…
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Thku roadie much appreciated xx
I had a look at Manchester earlier. None in stock
Omg finally got thru 2 trafford store none left so upset oO
Gutted:(
Thk so much Xxx
I will check for you if I go down to Manchester or Trafford tomorrow.
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Selfridge hamper reduced from £250 to £80.00 (+ £7.95 delivery charge)

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Decent price for a hamper that includes 1x champagne, 1x port and 2x wine plus a lot more. They also have some hampers reduced from £100 to £30 (plus delivery) •Selfridges Selection Delight & In…
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Elise211
Had an email today , after ordering this on Jan 1st they now say they are refuding as are now oos. Not right.
Pretty annoying to hear 5 days later. Was looking forward to some treats .


​that's rubbish
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royals
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£87.95? https://tse4.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.M3275ae78ae431b752a4754596504cc9co0&pid=15.1
its not bad...it has champagne, port and two bottles of wine in it so thats £55 or so for starters
Unbranded. https://tse4.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.M3275ae78ae431b752a4754596504cc9co0&pid=15.1


​easily 55, maybe 60
LesD
Hmmm...no brand names there so...champers £10 anywhere, port less than £10 anywhere, Malbec/Touraine wines £5-7 anywhere...

Seems you'd be spending £50 for the pseudo Xmas stuff!

Oh, and the wicker basket of course.

Aren't these hampers a rip-off.



​champagne 10.00? You are living in cuckoo land. Decent port costs a shade over 10.00 as does half decent wine. Those four bottles are.00 nearer 60
Had an email today , after ordering this on Jan 1st they now say they are refuding as are now oos. Not right.
Pretty annoying to hear 5 days later. Was looking forward to some treats .
Out of stock annoyingly.

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