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LG 3D 49UH850V HDR/DOLBY VISION £599.00 Currys

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£599.00 @ Currys
Use code " LSTV50A "to get this price. Seems decent price, not sure if it's 10bit or not. Spec. 3D 4k Ultra HD picture is up to 4 times the resolution of HD HDR displays bri… Read More
Use code " LSTV50A "to get this price. Seems decent price, not sure if it's 10bit or not. Spec. 3D 4k Ultra HD picture is up to 4 times the resolution of HD HDR displays bri…
coolfi Avatar2h, 23m agoFound 2 hours, 23 minutes ago7 Comments
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Masteryates
Just a warning for those wanting to pick up the last of the 3D sets on the cheap. I had the last years version for a week and the 3D is excellent for 75% of the image with bad ghosting on either the top 25% or bottom 25% depending on your vertical viewing position. I returned my set for this reason and then looked at many others which all suffered exactly the same. This years version also has exactly the same issue when I've viewed it in store.
I've now gone for the OLED C6 which doesn't have this issue whatsoever. If you want the best 3D TV, this is your cheapest bet.
Its almost as if LG have purposely misaligned the 3D filter on the LED screen to make you pay more fore the OLED. Don't take my word for it, test both LED and OLED out in store. Keep an eye out for ghosting at the top and bottom areas of the screen.
i have the 55" version of this TV and don't have any ghosting at all. i bought it as there aren't many 4k TVs with 3d any more.

Consider yourself lucky. I've seen about 10 of these TV's at both 49" & 55" and all of them have had the issue to varying degrees. Its strange how the OLED's don't seem to be affected.
Masteryates
Just a warning for those wanting to pick up the last of the 3D sets on the cheap. I had the last years version for a week and the 3D is excellent for 75% of the image with bad ghosting on either the top 25% or bottom 25% depending on your vertical viewing position. I returned my set for this reason and then looked at many others which all suffered exactly the same. This years version also has exactly the same issue when I've viewed it in store.

I've now gone for the OLED C6 which doesn't have this issue whatsoever. If you want the best 3D TV, this is your cheapest bet.

Its almost as if LG have purposely misaligned the 3D filter on the LED screen to make you pay more fore the OLED. Don't take my word for it, test both LED and OLED out in store. Keep an eye out for ghosting at the top and bottom areas of the screen.


i have the 55" version of this TV and don't have any ghosting at all. i bought it as there aren't many 4k TVs with 3d any more.
i have an older LG49YB850V which you cannot get itvplayer but that runs WEBOS2.0. can anyone confirm that WEBOS3 does actually get itvplayer as an app?

Edited By: cnky16 on Apr 26, 2017 11:07
Just a warning for those wanting to pick up the last of the 3D sets on the cheap. I had the last years version for a week and the 3D is excellent for 75% of the image with bad ghosting on either the top 25% or bottom 25% depending on your vertical viewing position. I returned my set for this reason and then looked at many others which all suffered exactly the same. This years version also has exactly the same issue when I've viewed it in store.

I've now gone for the OLED C6 which doesn't have this issue whatsoever. If you want the best 3D TV, this is your cheapest bet.

Its almost as if LG have purposely misaligned the 3D filter on the LED screen to make you pay more fore the OLED. Don't take my word for it, test both LED and OLED out in store. Keep an eye out for ghosting at the top and bottom areas of the screen.
Better than Samsung KU6400 and Panasonic TX50700B?
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Panasonic 58DX902B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart TV - John Lewis £1,599.98

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Includes 5 Year Guarantee Don't know much about TV's but the reviews are good and this is the cheapest I have seen since launch. What's your thoughts? Panasonic 58DX902B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D Read More
Includes 5 Year Guarantee Don't know much about TV's but the reviews are good and this is the cheapest I have seen since launch. What's your thoughts? Panasonic 58DX902B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D
Darrencampbelluk Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago11 Comments
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Saw this at Costco for £1200
Which branch?
Chingford

Thanks.
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Saw this at Costco for £1200

Which branch?


Chingford
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Saw this at Costco for £1200
Which branch?

Saw this at my Costco as well. Only display model left and I was offered £999 for it, which I declined given that the tv had probably been on for the best part of the last year.
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Saw this at Costco for £1200

Which branch?
biddilybah
pedant99
Slowly coming down in price as the 2017 models are about to buy the stands. Excellent reviews.
This will be the 2017 model too. ;)Click here

Thanks for the update. I had read that Panasonic were bringing out the 2017 range in Spring and foolishly assumed that the DX902 models would be replaced. DOH!
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LG OLED55C6V Smart 3D 4K Curved 55" TV @ Currys - £1,599.00

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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
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…
IK1 Avatar2w, 5h agoFound 2 weeks, 5 hours ago91 Comments
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Price has been reduced by £100. I had mine delivered last Saturday I just rang up and they price matched so I got £100 refund and so the TV was £1499 which is even better deal.

The code LSTV100A still works for me if I try to go through checkout.
The title could do with amending now as the discount voucher has expired. Just tried to order online, but I'll wait until the next promotion.
comfysofa
Bought a c6v about 2 months ago. More than pleased (paid 1750 for mine.) with regards to the firmware updates I've found the online update doesn't work but you can manually download it from their site (yes, there was one last month.)
Did you have a problem manualy installing the update?
After downloading i cant unzip the folder without errors, i've downloaded it quite a few times now

winRAR says "unexpected end of archive" when i open from downloading and "the archive is currupt" when i try to extract from saving it

If i try and unzip using windows explorer it says that the folder's empty (_;) but it isn't

EDIT: it wouldn't download properly using windows but i managed to download it another way instead, installed now :)

Edited By: loadsavmoney on Apr 18, 2017 23:28: .
comfysofa
Bought a c6v about 2 months ago. More than pleased (paid 1750 for mine.) with regards to the firmware updates I've found the online update doesn't work but you can manually download it from their site (yes, there was one last month.)
Thanks, i don't have HDR game mode either
i've been checking for an update since last year using wifi through the TV but there's never one to download, i was just about to google to see why, no need now i know they're not sending the update direct to the TV
Bought a c6v about 2 months ago. More than pleased (paid 1750 for mine.) with regards to the firmware updates I've found the online update doesn't work but you can manually download it from their site (yes, there was one last month.)
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LG 65UH950V Silver - 65inch Ultra HD TV, 3D, LED, Smart with Freeview HD+,Freesat HD - £1,549.99 (with code) @ Co-Op Electrical

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Available at this price using code CP50 £1,599 at Richer Sounds, £1,749 at Currys & Amazon. Link to LG site http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-65UH950V Product Description IPS 4K Quantum Disp… Read More
Available at this price using code CP50 £1,599 at Richer Sounds, £1,749 at Currys & Amazon. Link to LG site http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-65UH950V Product Description IPS 4K Quantum Disp…
scottishpunter Avatar2w, 15h agoFound 2 weeks, 15 hours ago5 Comments
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does have 3D. more info on amazon.
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EndlessWaves
Nothing special for the price. I think this one is only of interest for those who want the thin look or LG's WebOS.
Ok, I thought the fact it had Dolby Vision was something unusual.

Support for content in the Dolby Vision HDR format is unusual, but it's of limited attractiveness when the HDR performance of the TV is entry level at best.

If HDR is important to you then there are several substantially better options for £2k or less like the DX902. It'll look far better on HDR10 content than the UH950 does on Dolby Vision content.
The richer sounds price includes 6 year warranty so I think that is the one to go for out of the deals on this TV.
EndlessWaves
Nothing special for the price. I think this one is only of interest for those who want the thin look or LG's WebOS.
Ok, I thought the fact it had Dolby Vision was something unusual.
Nothing special for the price. I think this one is only of interest for those who want the thin look or LG's WebOS.
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Panasonic TX-58DX902B 58 inch SMART 3D 4K Ultra HD LED TV Built In Freeview Play £1,199.99 @ Panasonic ebay outlet

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Another £100 drop on this fantastic TV (refurbished). Posted before at £1299.99. The only downside is only 12 months manufacture warranty. If it drops further to £1k, I might bite as that is my max… Read More
Another £100 drop on this fantastic TV (refurbished). Posted before at £1299.99. The only downside is only 12 months manufacture warranty. If it drops further to £1k, I might bite as that is my max…
son_alli Avatar1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago6 Comments
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The 2017 models should be out in a couple of months which may be why Panasonic are getting rid of last year's models.
The price of a new 58DX902B has fallen by about £200 to £1649 at John Lewis in the past couple of weeks.
Wait for couple months more and get new one for same price with 5 years warranty. New model came up already just wait ;)
'Posted before at £1299.99'
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If it drops another £100 you 'might' buy it

last week price was 1299. I edited that thread before making this one assuming that I can post it as a new deal. It turns out that you cannot do that.

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LG 55UH950V 55" Smart Super 4K 3D Led TV with Quantum Display - £999.00 - PRC Direct

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LG SUPER 4K UHD TV Your viewing experience can be perfect. You only need SUPER UHD TV LG. Extremely thin UHD TV LG SUPER kindly given its compelling obtained even before it was ever on. Extended c… Read More
LG SUPER 4K UHD TV Your viewing experience can be perfect. You only need SUPER UHD TV LG. Extremely thin UHD TV LG SUPER kindly given its compelling obtained even before it was ever on. Extended c…
Sat21 Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago13 Comments
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jaydeeuk1
Not UHD premium, black levels not great, poor backlighting and blooming. For a bag of sand, meh.
It's "SUPER" much better.
duncanhh
Is this a 10 bit panel then?
Yes.
I'm conflicted as was going to buy a ks8000 or 7000 but instore the picture on this and the Sony xd93 although not as bright looked more realistic. Also a review on this TV states banding can be seen sometimes during football which worries me despite an av forums recommend. Just to add Sony xd93/94 sets qualify for premium uhd but Sony chose not to use the logo.

Edited By: swyatt360 on Mar 21, 2017 22:23
I read, it is, plus my face is straighter than your father ever was <3
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Not UHD premium, black levels not great, poor backlighting and blooming. For a bag of sand, meh.
wrong, so wrong
They are correct about not being UHD Premium and that's a big problem given it's price point is firmly in the premium bracket with the Samsung 55KS7000 which is premium certified selling for £899 it would be fair to say this is overpriced.
Yup, and plenty of owners complaining about the set. Put this LG next to the samsung or sony and there's no way TN with a straightface can say the LG is better. Guessing we won't hear from them again though now they've read up on things.

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Mar 21, 2017 15:10
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Sony TV KD55XD9305BU 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD 3D TV & HDMI Cable + 5 year warranty £1,189.99 for members @ Costco

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Include the usual membership fee or if you know someone that is a member already. The KD55XD9305BU features 4K Ultra HD quality viewing on the 55 inch flat TV screen for you to enjoy. 4K High D… Read More
Include the usual membership fee or if you know someone that is a member already. The KD55XD9305BU features 4K Ultra HD quality viewing on the 55 inch flat TV screen for you to enjoy. 4K High D…
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Cheaper here 1119 with sale50 (£50 off) voucher code


https://www.visions-direct.co.uk/?product=sony-bravia-55xd9305-led-premium-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-3d-android-tv&gclid=CLrsrLW04tICFQo6GwodGxUGBg

Edited By: Endless_Wire on Mar 19, 2017 11:02: Incorrect code
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Panasonic TX-58DX902B 58 inch SMART 3D 4K Ultra HD LED TV Built In Freeview Play £1199 @ Panasonic ebay outlet £1,199.99

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Another £100 drop on this fantastic TV (refurbished). The only downside is only 12 months manufacture warranty. If it drop further to £1k, I might bite as that is my max budget. Official Panasonic Read More
Another £100 drop on this fantastic TV (refurbished). The only downside is only 12 months manufacture warranty. If it drop further to £1k, I might bite as that is my max budget. Official Panasonic
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EndlessWaves

OLEDs are great for a lot of content, but they're not quite as good at HDR as flagship LCDs yet.
I concur. Whilst i would have loved a big OLED (who wouldn't) I have a Sammy 7000, budgets being budgets. That said, i spent a lot of time playing with models from Sony, Panny, Sammy and LG. As a rough parallel i liken OLED vs LCD comparisons to the old old plasma vs LCD. OLED is superior in most areas, but not HDR performance in my opinion. They lack the brightness, thus the dynamic performance, and to my eyes colour tends to go a little on tilt too.
ryshaz
I am no TV expert at all but would it not make more sense to buy a brand new OLED TV for this price - first thing come up in google was an LG OLED brand new 55 inch for £1199.00

OLEDs are great for a lot of content, but they're not quite as good at HDR as flagship LCDs yet.
pavel76
Over a grand for Tv with only 12 months warranty ???

Yep 4 figures tech better be guaranteed for 5+ years.
This is a great tv - panasonics flagship model of 2016. I bought mine new in November and love it. I have friends with 50-65" lg oleds and this is better especially at standard tv. 3d (even though nothing special and end of an era) is superb. 4k quality is just another level. Plus its 10 bit panel and hdr. Great specs tv which has not had a huge marketing campaign to flog it. Bit of an unsung hero i reckon. As i bought new direct from panny i got a 6 year warranty and even though i got it on offer at £1799 i am not bothered about this saving as i am over the moon with the tv
Over a grand for Tv with only 12 months warranty ???
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Refurb Panasonic DMP-BDT167EB SMART 3D Blu-ray DVD Player Built In USB Playback (12 month warranty) - £29.99 - eBay/Panasonic

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Thinking of picking one of these up to pop in the caravan. Looks good for £29. Usually retails at around £60 and comes with 12 months warranty. The DMP-BDT167EB allows you to access a range of apps… Read More
Thinking of picking one of these up to pop in the caravan. Looks good for £29. Usually retails at around £60 and comes with 12 months warranty. The DMP-BDT167EB allows you to access a range of apps…
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OOS, come on Mods do your job.
Well I've clicked 'Expire', so can a few of you do the same?
Maybe you missed my word? The clue's in it :)
Ah, they've had their supper now :)
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OOS, come on Mods do your job.
Well I've clicked 'Expire', so can a few of you do the same?
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OOS, come on Mods do your job.
It's probably supper time :)
OOS, come on Mods do your job.
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LG 55UH850V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" LED TV - £899.00 @ PC World

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Seems lowest price to me as far as I can find. Good specs. £50 off using voucher code 50LSTV £849 after applying voucher code and 1% Quidco as well. Read More
Seems lowest price to me as far as I can find. Good specs. £50 off using voucher code 50LSTV £849 after applying voucher code and 1% Quidco as well.
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smudger81
I have this tv bought in October, the 3d is much worse than the LG it replaced and maybe it's just my panel but the screen uniformity is appalling, watching football really causes a dirty screen effect. Yes the colours in dolby vision are great and the uhd is decent but the back light undermines everything!

I agree, I had the model before this for a week I also suffered from DSE.
specialoffers
EndlessWaves
Pokkai
10 bit panel or 8+Frc?
Who cares? They're close enough in practice that any differences are lost behind the much bigger differences in HDR performance.
In terms of more important HDR hardware it has good colour space coverage for a 2016 model, but limited local dimming ability. Ten or so full height local dimming zones that the TV doesn't manage to control very well causing noticeable brightness bands even on the low setting.
I care don't buy it is 8bit wait for few months 10bits models price will drop

Buying a TV based on whether it's 8-bit or 10-bit is like buying a car based on whether it has 5 gears or 6.

It's a difference and worth considering between two otherwise very similar models, but generally you'd concentrate on more influential elements like the engine.

And much like a gearbox a lot depends on the implementation, a 10-bit set can have more banding if the equivalent of gear ratios are badly chosen.

dave859
is this model one of the RGBW 'fake 4K sets?

No, the UH770, UH850 and UH950 use the standard RGB pixel structure.
I have this tv bought in October, the 3d is much worse than the LG it replaced and maybe it's just my panel but the screen uniformity is appalling, watching football really causes a dirty screen effect. Yes the colours in dolby vision are great and the uhd is decent but the back light undermines everything!
is this model one of the RGBW 'fake 4K sets?
doggboy10
this seems to tick all the boxes for my new TV requirements. kids wanted 3D passive TV, i want 4k.
i currently have a 52" plasma LG smart TV that i live but this does seem like a great upgrade.

Yes its 4K and passive 3D which should be game set and match. However, on the LED's, the 3D filter is too sensitive to vertical angle. In the real world this mean you always get a great 3D picture with no crosstalk on 75% of the screen but suffer awful crosstalk on 25%. You then adjust your viewing position up or down and the same happens but vice versa.

The OLED's on the other hand don't suffer this issue. Its almost like LG have purposely done a bad job to make you pay the extra for the OLED. (Worth it though)
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LG 55UH950V now £1,149.00 Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" LED TV at Currys

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I know a lot will be hanging on until easter or sub £1000 but this is a cracking deal for an awesome TV offer ends Tuesday thanks to Winspiration for the below... It's £1074 with code "75LSTV".… Read More
I know a lot will be hanging on until easter or sub £1000 but this is a cracking deal for an awesome TV offer ends Tuesday thanks to Winspiration for the below... It's £1074 with code "75LSTV".…
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don't believe its OLED so its allot to pay for a non FALD or non OLED technology....
why the Samsung's produce a cracking picture with qled, which are brighter than oled. oled just gave deeper blacks?
QLED is just a marketing name for Samsung's high end range of LCDs. OLED is an entirely different technology.
i know that it wasn't the question though. the guy said it's a lot to pay for non oled tech?
It isn't 'just' deeper blacks. Contrast makes a big difference to perceived picture quality. A FALD or OLED screen with an effective >10,000:1 contrast just looks better than a 1200:1 contrast screen like this. There are very other improvements too of course, like less reflective surfaces and so on.
the new Samsung qled's will produce 100% colour volume at 2000 nits , that's got to rival oled's for picture quality?
Be very careful with chasing nit levels when considering buying a TV. Just remember that by viewing something very bright is effectively shining a bright light into your eyes. It looks great for half an hour until your eyes become tired and you end up having to turn this bright light down. LCD/LED's get there contrast by going brighter, OLED's get there contrast by being able to go darker. If your viewing TV's in the bright lights of a shop, LCD/LED's can look great. In your own home however, OLED's deliver as much contrast without trashing your eyes.
possibly, there is an argument to and for everything. everybody at the moment is championing the ks7000 great TV but if your watching it in SD it's awful. you should choose a TV depending on what source you are going to use on it. people go on about HDR but there is hardly any content out there so it doesn't matter at the moment. this is all just people's opinion like oled's some people will prefere a brighter picture.

I agree, that's pretty much what I was saying; don't believe the marketing hype regarding nit levels and HDR. Goto a store, get them to load up lots of sources including SD, (4 Music is a great test,) turn off all the processing settings and spend a good hour. I find when testing that the difference in TVs when viewing high quality is very small. Put some SD on and the differences can be huge.
Pretty sure this is £1099 at selfridges. I guess £20 extra after voucher might be worthwhile for a more reliable guarantee...?
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afroylnt
don't believe its OLED so its allot to pay for a non FALD or non OLED technology....
why the Samsung's produce a cracking picture with qled, which are brighter than oled. oled just gave deeper blacks?
QLED is just a marketing name for Samsung's high end range of LCDs. OLED is an entirely different technology.
i know that it wasn't the question though. the guy said it's a lot to pay for non oled tech?
It isn't 'just' deeper blacks. Contrast makes a big difference to perceived picture quality. A FALD or OLED screen with an effective >10,000:1 contrast just looks better than a 1200:1 contrast screen like this. There are very other improvements too of course, like less reflective surfaces and so on.

the new Samsung qled's will produce 100% colour volume at 2000 nits , that's got to rival oled's for picture quality?

Be very careful with chasing nit levels when considering buying a TV. Just remember that by viewing something very bright is effectively shining a bright light into your eyes. It looks great for half an hour until your eyes become tired and you end up having to turn this bright light down. LCD/LED's get there contrast by going brighter, OLED's get there contrast by being able to go darker. If your viewing TV's in the bright lights of a shop, LCD/LED's can look great. In your own home however, OLED's deliver as much contrast without trashing your eyes.


possibly, there is an argument to and for everything. everybody at the moment is championing the ks7000 great TV but if your watching it in SD it's awful. you should choose a TV depending on what source you are going to use on it. people go on about HDR but there is hardly any content out there so it doesn't matter at the moment. this is all just people's opinion like oled's some people will prefere a brighter picture.
woolymammoth8606
EndlessWaves
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EndlessWaves
woolymammoth8606
afroylnt
don't believe its OLED so its allot to pay for a non FALD or non OLED technology....
why the Samsung's produce a cracking picture with qled, which are brighter than oled. oled just gave deeper blacks?
QLED is just a marketing name for Samsung's high end range of LCDs. OLED is an entirely different technology.
i know that it wasn't the question though. the guy said it's a lot to pay for non oled tech?
It isn't 'just' deeper blacks. Contrast makes a big difference to perceived picture quality. A FALD or OLED screen with an effective >10,000:1 contrast just looks better than a 1200:1 contrast screen like this. There are very other improvements too of course, like less reflective surfaces and so on.

the new Samsung qled's will produce 100% colour volume at 2000 nits , that's got to rival oled's for picture quality?

Be very careful with chasing nit levels when considering buying a TV. Just remember that by viewing something very bright is effectively shining a bright light into your eyes. It looks great for half an hour until your eyes become tired and you end up having to turn this bright light down. LCD/LED's get there contrast by going brighter, OLED's get there contrast by being able to go darker. If your viewing TV's in the bright lights of a shop, LCD/LED's can look great. In your own home however, OLED's deliver as much contrast without trashing your eyes.
Just a note for anyone looking to pick up one of the last 3D TV's. I've demoed the 3D on a few of these LCD/LED's and for some reason, they are too sensitive with respect to there viewing angle. The result of this being a ton of crosstalk on a portion of the screen irrespective of where you view it from. The OLED's on the other hand are perfect and don't suffer this issue. Its almost like LG have purposely fitted the 3D filter incorrectly to make you pay the extra for the OLED. The OLED is worth it though.
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LG OLED55E6V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" OLED TV £2,099.00 Currys

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This is the 55" OLED 3D 4k LG TV, and if what I've been reading is correct, probably the last decent 3D TV your likely to be able to buy. I've been looking at this TV for months, it was £2500 for q… Read More
This is the 55" OLED 3D 4k LG TV, and if what I've been reading is correct, probably the last decent 3D TV your likely to be able to buy. I've been looking at this TV for months, it was £2500 for q…
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Not sure who went first, but same price at RichersSounds. JL have also now price matched. I 'did' have one reserved in Currys Guildford. Got to store after online chat/support said they would honour the extra £100 off and they refused to. RicherSounds have one in store with my name on it and I'll get a 6 year warranty with them.

Lost out on £25 quidco, but 1 year extra warranty is worth that.

25 month interest-free on purchases on my new credit card - result.
Good price for this model. Heat given as Currys are the first to take the plunge. You really wouldn't spend this much money without a 5 year guarantee though....
you_gotta_be_kidding
Such a shame manufacturers dumped 3D this year, when I read that on the news a month ago I went straight to currys and bought an LG 55" 4K 3D (LG 55UH850V) for £849. I would have liked Oled but I couldn't bring myself to spend £2k on a TV.
I reckon buying the last stock of 3D tv's that are 4K will help retain their value quite a bit.There's a lot of folk out there that hate 3D but there's a hell of a lot (like me) who love it.

Totally agree.

I went for the C6 and the 3D is the best I've seen. Tempted to buy another to just sit there for 10 years for when the first breaks down.
tomthegingercat
Good price for the E6 but I hope the 65 inch comes down in price before I'm tempted


You can but dream....

Can't see the 65" getting near to £2500 never mind £2000.
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LG OLED55C6V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" Curved OLED TV £1,799.00 Currys

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C6 has 3d, b6 doesn't, plus different processor, and seems to get priority over the b6 for firmware updates if the recent gaming mode is anything to go buy.

I said to myself last week if the c6 dropped below £1700 before summer I'd get one, wasn't expecting that to happen so soon... I've just bought an electric bike, annoyed as I would have gone for this instead of I had seen it 5 hours ago.

Wonder if richer sounds will price match the £1699.

Why is this so cold?!? It's an astonishing price, the newer oled sets might go brighter and have less noise in dark images but you lose 3d, which looks spectacular on this set. If 3d was launched now with this as the flag bearer it would have taken off massively.
2017 models have started to be shipped in. Still needs to come down a bit more before I bite
Negative for Curved, they are so last year :D
Soundbar out of stock for delivery for me :(
I paid this a few months ago without the sound bar and its worth every penny. The curve maybe just a gimmick but the 3D, (and even the fake 3D in cinema mode,) is awesome.
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(Mnftr Refurb) Panasonic TX-58DX802B 58 Inch 3D SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play WiFi £799.99 @ Panasonic eBay Outlet

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Seems a good deal for this model and is recommended by AV Forums. "Officially Refurbished – 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty" Thanks to (shariifi)
millward84 Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago36 Comments
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Check the back of the telly, or on the box, made in Turkey = Vestel.

Edited By: Grimley on Mar 12, 2017 16:57
quattroken
Just be aware that, should software updates and enhancement be important to you, Mozilla recently discontinued the Firefox OS.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firefox_OS

Thanks for the info..will leave Panasonic off my shortlist for now.
For future reference I purchased this deal and received the TV within 3 days. Not a blemish or an issue with this TV. Great service, best deal yet for me £500 cheaper than Currys
Speaking from personal experience - I'd avoid any refurb items from this Panasonic eBay store.

I bought a TV last year, it was advertised as refurb etc - received the TV and it had the most horrendous clouding around the entire circumference of the panel - around 2 inches wide. How anyone could have 'refurbished' this panel and allowed it to go on sale is beyond me.

They were also very poor at getting my refund issued.

Never buy from them again.
ended! are they all sold out?
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Sony KDL65W855CBU 65 Smart 3D TV - Black £979.00 AO.COM

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Full HD, sharp, clear picture close to 4K, Freeview HD, Freesat, Android and 3D, Not a bad deal. £1500 when launched.
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EndlessWaves
jaydeeuk1
EndlessWaves
jaydeeuk1
Am I right in thinking this one doesn't meet HDR premium spec (not that sony use it)
You're looking at twice the price or more for a real HDR TV at 65"
The W80C/W85C is Sony's top of the range Full HD TV from last year, it's aimed at the best quality for everyday content rather than featuring cutting edge hardware that's not supported by most content yet.
Maevoric
1080p (full HD) so not 4k and HDR (High Dynamic Range ie deeper colours) wouldn't be present either
That's incorrect. Sony's new WE75 for example is Full HD and HDR (well, wide gamut and HDR format support).
Didn't realise this was 1080p, just assumed being a grand it was 4k.
No spank you. Have seen albeit smaller oled 1080 sets for this price.
Not really relevant, everything 65" and above carries a huge price premium.

It's relevant if you value picture quality over size which I imagine if you're spending a grand you probably (should) do.

Anyway, deal's bombed as I thought it would.
jaydeeuk1
EndlessWaves
jaydeeuk1
Am I right in thinking this one doesn't meet HDR premium spec (not that sony use it)
You're looking at twice the price or more for a real HDR TV at 65"
The W80C/W85C is Sony's top of the range Full HD TV from last year, it's aimed at the best quality for everyday content rather than featuring cutting edge hardware that's not supported by most content yet.
Maevoric
1080p (full HD) so not 4k and HDR (High Dynamic Range ie deeper colours) wouldn't be present either
That's incorrect. Sony's new WE75 for example is Full HD and HDR (well, wide gamut and HDR format support).
Didn't realise this was 1080p, just assumed being a grand it was 4k.
No spank you. Have seen albeit smaller oled 1080 sets for this price.

Not really relevant, everything 65" and above carries a huge price premium.
EndlessWaves
jaydeeuk1
Am I right in thinking this one doesn't meet HDR premium spec (not that sony use it)
You're looking at twice the price or more for a real HDR TV at 65"
The W80C/W85C is Sony's top of the range Full HD TV from last year, it's aimed at the best quality for everyday content rather than featuring cutting edge hardware that's not supported by most content yet.
Maevoric
1080p (full HD) so not 4k and HDR (High Dynamic Range ie deeper colours) wouldn't be present either
That's incorrect. Sony's new WE75 for example is Full HD and HDR (well, wide gamut and HDR format support).

Didn't realise this was 1080p, just assumed being a grand it was 4k.
No spank you. Have seen albeit smaller oled 1080 sets for this price.
Maevoric
1080p (full HD) so not 4k so HDR (High Dynamic Range ie deeper colours) wouldn't be present

Actually, HDR isn't tied to resolution, and Sony are bringing HDR to many of their 1080p sets.

http://www.techradar.com/news/sony-is-bringing-hdr-to-its-1080p-tvs-but-only-ps4-owners-will-benefit
jaydeeuk1
Am I right in thinking this one doesn't meet HDR premium spec (not that sony use it)

You're looking at twice the price or more for a real HDR TV at 65"

The W80C/W85C is Sony's top of the range Full HD TV from last year, it's aimed at the best quality for everyday content rather than featuring cutting edge hardware that's not supported by most content yet.

Maevoric
1080p (full HD) so not 4k and HDR (High Dynamic Range ie deeper colours) wouldn't be present either

That's incorrect. Sony's new WE75 for example is Full HD and HDR (well, wide gamut and HDR format support).


Edited By: EndlessWaves on Feb 11, 2017 19:48
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Panasonic TX-50DX750B 50 inch SMART 3D HDR 4K Ultra HD LED TV £599.99 @ Panasonic Outlet

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As far as 4k TVs go this is one of the better models out there, also comes with 3D which is no longer being produced by mainstream manufacturers so this may be your last chance to grab a 4k TV with 3D…
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Back down to £599
£699 now.
Ok got mine on Friday. - I had already ordered days before the post :{ and was s***ing myself until it turned up. Anyway it arrived in perfect condition and its a fantastic TV for the money. Although I will always wish it was a 55KS7000. Note that the guys that deliver it unpack it and inspect it with you so best to wait for delivery yourself and not get your wife who has no interest in it to wait in.

I think its crazy to get the extended warenty, for the added cost you may as well get new and get 5 years warenty. I normally change my TV every 2-3 years so 5 year warranty is no big deal.
millward84
margamboy
I have been told by Panasonic that these refurbs could be anything from a 14 day return (distance selling regs) , damaged box, ex display or simply opened and seal broken for various other reasons such as to swap the remote with one that was broken in store for a customer return. 12 mth collect and return Warranty provided on these, so outside of a few such as Jl and RS the warranty is pretty much the same you would get if buying new from the likes of Argos or Currys.
These are £300 cheaper than current new price so if it does make you feel happier you could extend the warranty by another two years for less £140 with D&G which also includes accidental cover from day 1
I thought you had to take it to a authorised repair centre or pay for courier. I'm sure it says that on the eBay listing. I will buy it if that's the case

This is the reply I got back from them, but maybe worth confirming this yourself before purchasing

Hello,

You get a one year warranty with this item and if this is faulty then we can collect free of charge and if it is unwanted you get up to 60 days for a refund or exchange. After the 60 days it will only be a repair.
margamboy
I have been told by Panasonic that these refurbs could be anything from a 14 day return (distance selling regs) , damaged box, ex display or simply opened and seal broken for various other reasons such as to swap the remote with one that was broken in store for a customer return. 12 mth collect and return Warranty provided on these, so outside of a few such as Jl and RS the warranty is pretty much the same you would get if buying new from the likes of Argos or Currys.

These are £300 cheaper than current new price so if it does make you feel happier you could extend the warranty by another two years for less £140 with D&G which also includes accidental cover from day 1




I thought you had to take it to a authorised repair centre or pay for courier. I'm sure it says that on the eBay listing. I will buy it if that's the case
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3D LED LAMP | 7 COLOR CHANGE | FREE Postage | BUY 1, GET 1 AT 25% OFF £13.99 @ r.zelazinski2012 / Ebay

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Do these light anything up or just projects a laser image? Eg can you use them as lighting.
So that's what lights up your life..... small balloons ;)
Love balloons? Do you mean condoms?
This looks great , can't understand the cold votes
Got the mario one of this as a christmas present and love it, although it was around half this price I think.
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LG 55LF652V 55" 1080p Freeview HD 3D Smart WiFi £479.99 @ Argos/eBay

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I know it's not UHD however still a very good price for the features from a reputable brand. 4.6/5 stars on google reviews Cheapest elsewhere is £629 at Very A+ energy rated LED TV Screen.…
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stephenashforth
Bought the 50 inch version of this last year. Pretty disappointed with the picture to be honest. Tried changing the settings but just not sharp enough, even on HD sources.

I had an uf850 for a few weeks last year, (it went back due to crap 3D.) To get the best picture I turned all of the processing settings including sharpness off or to 0. I then got a clean picture but was still lacking detail, (compared to my plasma along side.) The one setting that brought back the detail was super resolution set to high.
Bought the 50 inch version of this last year. Pretty disappointed with the picture to be honest. Tried changing the settings but just not sharp enough, even on HD sources.
eastangliauk
not 4k
but very hard to find 3d now if want 3d get this

Totally agree, if you want 3D you must buy NOW as LG have stopped making 3D. Just got the OLED C6 and the 3D is absolutely amazing, (like it should have been in 2011 when 3D TV's came out.) Give me great 3D over 4K and HDR any day.
not 4k
but very hard to find 3d now if want 3d get this
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LG OLED 55e6v 4k HDR last of the 3D TV's £2,145.85 @ Shopto

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The last of the 4k OLED 3D tv's and it is beauty. Nothing else compares at the moment get it dirt cheap whilst they are still available.
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out of stock
I tried and failed. RS wouldn't match because not like-for-like, i.e. shopto.net only offer 1 year standard manufacturers warranty.
It is probably the best price out there for this. Don't know about the seller though. Could always use as ammunition to get RicherSounds to price match.
Too small, need a 65"... :D
I don't think so. LG website says TVs come with 12 month warranty.
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65" Sony KDL65W855C 1080p HD, Android, Smart 3D LED TV £799.00 @ Electronic world - Graded Stock (can pickup for free but only a few uk stores)

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Looks like Graded Stock, but if your not interested in 4k, then this may be of interest. Pickup at Birmingham, Warrington, West Yorkshire and Essex stores only. Other stores £999 at Amazon £… Read More
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No 4k and being priced at £799 it doesn't seem like a very decent deal.
johnnyd57uk
These tvs are unlikely to be surplus or end of line. Not even available second hand on Amazon yet. First reviewed What Hi Fi in June 2016 so not that old. I have a similar Sony tv . Fantastic picture but takes ages to get the picture just right. Came with a 5 year warranty. Would I chance a graded set even if it was £200 cheaper. I dont think so.
The linked review is dated June 2015, so it is relatively old for this price point.
These tvs are unlikely to be surplus or end of line. Not even available second hand on Amazon yet. First reviewed What Hi Fi in June 2016 so not that old. I have a similar Sony tv . Fantastic picture but takes ages to get the picture just right. Came with a 5 year warranty. Would I chance a graded set even if it was £200 cheaper. I dont think so.
Review
http://www.whathifi.com/sony/kdl-65w855c/review

Verdict
The Sony KDL-65W855C is a tempting proposition. It’s not class-leading stuff, but we’re impressed with its blend of quality, features and price.
If you’re not fussed about the latest bells and whistles, or you’re happy to wait until the dust settles on the latest format war, this is a great way to get a 65in screen for less than you might expect
https://www.hificonfidential.co.uk/image/cache/catalog/products/Televisions/805kdl-500x500.jpg

Graded Stock
"Graded" televisions are items that High Street retailers can't sell on for various reasons. This may be because the TVs are surplus stock, end of line/discontined models, 30 day customer returns, unwanted gifts, or items with damaged packaging.

When the TVs come into us at Electronic World they are technically tested, processed, repackaged and offered for sale. Before sale, all televisions undergo a comprehensive quality control process by our engineers. In the majority of cases the item will be supplied with its original packaging and will be "as new" - the items we sell are not used. If the original packaging is not supplied we will supply other secure packaging to keep the TV well protected in transit.

All TVs sold on this website carry a 12 month 'return to base' warranty provided by ourselves (unless otherwise stated). Our guarantee on all of our products demonstrates our confidence in each and every product we sell. Upon collection the TV is unwrapped and you are given a demonstration of the TV for your peace of mind. This really is an amazing way to save hundreds off "Brand New" prices without sacrificing any of the quality or performance!

Edited By: soled73 on Jan 16, 2017 14:19: Added graded info
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55" Panasonic UHD 4K Freeview HD Smart 3D LED TV - GRADED (As new) £419.99 @ Electronic world tv

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Out of stock
prash_2k
Eu Legislation gives you 6 years warranty from the supplier. If a fault occurs and it's. It your fault.
Depreciation is taken into account. But applies to all electronic items

Even for Graded stock? Graded stock isn't classed as a new item
Out of stock?
Cold. Tesco was selling new £449 a while ago.
hassony
prash_2k
Eu Legislation gives you 6 years warranty from the supplier. If a fault occurs and it's. It your fault.
Depreciation is taken into account. But applies to all electronic items


good thing we voted out of europe then


Still tied into it for at least a couple of years :p
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Sony KD55XD9305BU (2016 flagship) 10 bit HDR Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD 55" LED TV with 6 year guarantee just £1,179.00 price matched at Richer Sounds!

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Here we go with the OLED comments..
jimmythehill
It's there much difference between this TV and the KD49XD8305BU, apart from the obvious screen size?
55“ are too big and I've been swaying towards the Samsung UE49KS8000, but reviews for the 49" Sony and price seem tempting...
How much is the 49" Sony?
It's there much difference between this TV and the KD49XD8305BU, apart from the obvious screen size?
55“ are too big and I've been swaying towards the Samsung UE49KS8000, but reviews for the 49" Sony and price seem tempting...

Edited By: jimmythehill on Jan 11, 2017 11:41: wrote in error
My 52in philips ambilight led tv is so good i cannot justify wasting money on a new one whatever it is.
stashmoney
Isn't What HiFi owned by Richer Sounds ? Don't think I trust the reviews

Hi,

I wanted to take this opportunity to clarify the comments made on this thread relating to the relationship between Richer Sounds & Audio Partnership.

There is indeed a link between Richer Sounds and Audio Partnership, the makers of Cambridge Audio and Mordaunt Short, with Julian Richer being part owner of Audio Partnership.

This relationship actually brings great benefits to customers of Richer Sounds as we are able to cut out the distributor meaning we can then bring in super cutting edge quality products at fantastic prices (compare our prices in the UK to distributors retail prices on Cambridge Audio products elsewhere in Europe), something which is regularly testified and certainly borne out in numerous hi-fi magazine reviews including What Hi Fi.

There is however no such relationship between Richer Sounds or Audio Partnership and the completely impartial What Hi Fi magazine, other than Richer Sounds regularly advertise in their publication.

I hope this clarifies our position although please do not hesitate to let me know and I will do my best to help.

Many thanks,

John Clayton
Operations Director
Richer Sounds


Edited By: Richer Sounds on Jan 10, 2017 17:03
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SAMSUNG SUHD UE48JS9000 48 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV - £899.00 @ Richer Sounds

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Just a quick word of warning - I am just in the middle of returning this exact TV for several reasons. 1. Weird vertical image bleed on any input feed which shows when any light colour on dark background
2. Bottom quarter of the panel has recently started flashing/flickering intermittently.

Samsung support have been dreadful, took from September 2016 until now just to get an engineer to come and look at the problem and then a whole lot more pestering for them to do anything. And as I bought online the returns process with the seller (PRC) has not been much more straightforward although should be confirmed in a week with hopefully not much longer for collection/delivery so no great disaster.

You need to be aware that Samsung are unable to fix this TV if there is an issue that needs bespoke parts so replacement seems the only option with an uplift code but then you have the problem that I have of finding a similar spec model without having to fork out a load more money. It remains to be seen if they will indeed uplift me to the next closest spec'd available TV.... Which from my retailer is likely to be another £150+ on top of what I paid a year ago (and the roughly the same for the price shown here).

It all just translates into a headache that I could absolutely do without at the minute....!!

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gazman090970
AceRimmer15
Have a little heat just to make up for the unreasonable cold votes... ;)
My tv is on the fritz, just as my Richer sounds 5 year warranty has ran out, typical. I was hoping to wait until a decent OLED was around £1k, so I'm not sure I want to spend £899 on a stop gap tv, but this is no doubt a very decent set. I'm going to pay Richer sounds a visit soon and see what they have for a bit less (I'm thinking the LG 43UH661V they have on offer) Don't buy my tv's from anywhere else these days.
Hold out till March if you can there should be further reductions on 2015/2016 models to make way for the 2017 range.


I'd happily wait another year if needed. Unfortunately my TV is producing a loud crackling sound that drives me mad to the point I haven't been watching it much. I'm sure it will blow up soon.
AceRimmer15
Have a little heat just to make up for the unreasonable cold votes... ;)
My tv is on the fritz, just as my Richer sounds 5 year warranty has ran out, typical. I was hoping to wait until a decent OLED was around £1k, so I'm not sure I want to spend £899 on a stop gap tv, but this is no doubt a very decent set. I'm going to pay Richer sounds a visit soon and see what they have for a bit less (I'm thinking the LG 43UH661V they have on offer) Don't buy my tv's from anywhere else these days.

Hold out till March if you can there should be further reductions on 2015/2016 models to make way for the 2017 range.
Have a little heat just to make up for the unreasonable cold votes... ;)


My tv is on the fritz, just as my Richer sounds 5 year warranty has ran out, typical. I was hoping to wait until a decent OLED was around £1k, so I'm not sure I want to spend £899 on a stop gap tv, but this is no doubt a very decent set. I'm going to pay Richer sounds a visit soon and see what they have for a bit less (I'm thinking the LG 43UH661V they have on offer) Don't buy my tv's from anywhere else these days.


Edited By: AceRimmer15 on Jan 04, 2017 11:01
Expect to pay £899 for LG oled tv by end of the year. I see people struggling to offload their TV's less then a year old come black friday.
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SONY BRAVIA KD55XD9305BU Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD 10 bit HDR 55" LED TV with 5 year guarantee £1,249 with code at Currys (plus possible 11% quidco) or price match at Richer Sounds/JL £1,249.00

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Energy is B rating. Is this significant?
tonygoing1965
If you work for Sony they can be brought for £400 shows how much the shops add to prices
Having bought and sold TV's in the distant past, buying directly from Sony, I can assure readers that the typical profit a dealer could make might be 15 to 20% and it's probably less now as I'm fortunate enough to have exited that trade 15 years ago. I'm afraid your comment is totally untrue unless I've woken up in an alternative reality where TV shops make a fortune (hint, they don't - that's why most have closed down)

However, it's conceivable that staff working at Sony might get a very decent deal to encourage them to use and promote Sony products. That's a very different thing to shops making huge profits.



Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 30, 2016 23:11
N1Andy
Max Damage
mikeydalby
ces starts on 4th of Jan where the next generation of TVs will be announced.... I'd wait till then if you can
And the next set of very high RRPs. I got a Panasonic 55CX802b for £999 this year when they were selling them off ready for the new sets. In my view until OLED comes down significantly the top end LED's are good enough for most people
If you are coming from LED to a better LED set then I'd agree with you. The problem for a few, including myself, is that we're coming from plasma and I have yet to see an LED set that even comes close in terms of colour, blacks, and motion handling. I keep looking as I'm beguiled by the 4k and HDR, but it's one disappointment after another..........which is really disappointing when LED has advanced so little over the last few years.
It's still a travesty that plasma was killed off the way it was, and idiot consumers that look at feature lists over performance are to blame - almost every feature you see listed on a LED set is to overcome a problem that plasma just didn't have to start with.......oh, and I never have to turn my heating on whilst the TV is on! :D

I replaced my old Panasonic Plasma with it. More than happy with the TV. OLED still has issues but plasmas were expensive and damned heavy. I think their cost sealed their fate

As for LEDs I think for the average viewer they give a great picture

Edited By: Max Damage on Dec 30, 2016 21:19
paulwhitehead66
tonygoing1965
If you work for Sony they can be brought for £400 shows how much the shops add to prices
anyone here work for Sony, I will give you £500

I'm sure it's a load of rubbish. Staff discounts aren't THAT generous.
Blimey are the plasma grannies still about!
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Panasonic TX-50DX750B 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 3D Smart LED TV £779.00 @ Currys inc 5 year warranty

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margamboy
I agree with the oled comments but don't think you will see a decent panel from a decent brand under £1k for a 50 plus until early, mid 2019. I was thinking to spend £700 odd now and probably not buy again until 2020 when a good oled is less than a grand, from what I have read oled is still untested over the longer term and only 2 players at the moment, until that increases prices will ramain high .

I agree totally, hence why choice is hard. But Im looking 1-1.2k and 5-6yrs warranty and Im in. So at the mo I can wait.
oled tv's are coming down at this rate you should get a 50" for around £900 in 12 months or black friday deal.
I agree with the oled comments but don't think you will see a decent panel from a decent brand under £1k for a 50 plus until early, mid 2019. I was thinking to spend £700 odd now and probably not buy again until 2020 when a good oled is less than a grand, from what I have read oled is still untested over the longer term and only 2 players at the moment, until that increases prices will ramain high .

Edited By: margamboy on Dec 30, 2016 18:41
bma1445
margamboy
bma1445
mart321
Ridiculous, panny plasmas from 3 and 4 years ago are still a better picture than most sets in 2016. Is TV tech going backwards or what
There's always one.
Better off (IMO) with the Samsung KS7000 - it's an inch smaller, no 3D and 20 quid more, but the picture is pretty much unbeatable in this price bracket.
I looked at the KS7000 in Currys as Richer Sounds did not have a display model, I find all Samsungs do not give a realistic picture that it almost feels like they are trying to hard, but worse was the screen Judder, when the guy rigged up a 1080 feed it was stuttering terrible, if you read some of the recent online reviews this was not a one off and it seems a common problem across the Samsung range.
John Lewis reviews are quite damming.....
Yes, with default settings they're terrible (especially in store mode!), but its easy to calibrate.

Ironically, the fix for the juddering is to turn off all of the anti-judder settings - ridiculous i know, but it seems to work, Next time you're in currys have a play, put it in home mode and turn off the motion crap - you'll see the difference straight away.

Yip I am doing exactly that at Richer Sounds tomorrow.
mart321
Ridiculous, panny plasmas from 3 and 4 years ago are still a better picture than most sets in 2016. Is TV tech going backwards or what

All I can tell you is my Panny Commercial panel as old as it is kills these in terms of picture quality. OLED is when the real jump will come in. Lets see what gets announced in the trade shows in Jan. Hopefully prices will fall.
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I've got this system and sound works great with blu rays etc. Can someone tell me or give me a step by step link on how to set this up with my Sky Q as the sound through the 5.1 sound really low and crap really. I've got the optical cable connected to the sky q box to the blu ray player and hear sound from all speakers but it sounds worse than the built-in tv speaker, I've tried different settings on the sky q box and blu ray player but nothing seems to make it any better.

Thanks for any help.
It has no HDMI inputs but does have an optical input and ARC, so if you intend to use it with other entertainment devices it might be worth checking your TV specs to make sure it has ARC and can pass surround sound through it.
Good price though.
I have a Pany 5.1 3d system, not this one but I'm very happy with it. Faultless
mat2090
Are the speakers Bluetooth ?
No they are all wired. It does have a Bluetooth receiver so you can send audio to it via Bluetooth, but that's all.
I've got one of these, and to be honest id probably avoid it..
It's slow, and extremely buggy. It has moments of madness.. I've seen It be turned off.. yet outputting the menu, including the open animation if you hit the eject button, yet the tray wont open (as its not on)... It also crashes occasionally (with just garbage on the VFD display), and gets in a muddle pretty regularly about DVDs, telling you that it cant play a disc as its not compatible, yet plays it just fine after a power down and back up.

I wanted to like it.. but I just don't get on with it. If it worked right it would be a great deal.
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Sony KD55XD9305BU Black - 55inch 4K Ultra HD TV, 3D, Smart, LED, Freeview HD, WiFi, 4x HDMI Ports at CoOp Electrical for £1,199.99

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It's got energy B rating. Just assumed TVs these days would have A rating. Anyone know the what this means in terms of extra electricity costs?
Why is this not super hot?
waqar786
Not even close unfortunately.......got all excited thinking I could get a 65" XD9305 for £1300

Edited By: N1Andy on Dec 25, 2016 18:16
waqar786


That's not the same model, the XD93 is far superior.
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Gentle_Giant
Is it any good for gaming??


Oh yes, Candy Crush will look awesome on it X)
Is it any good for gaming??
ChrisIW
Well I like the fact that they bothered to mention 3D compatibility at least.


Passive glasses too, always a bonus :p
Well I like the fact that they bothered to mention 3D compatibility at least.
Too bad it's edge lit. Can only imagine it having terrible clouding issues, not good for folks who prefer watching in dark room.
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Tazman1971
Update
Bought the LG today
Haven't had much time to play around with it suffice to say.......3d is class


currently having same issue .... is this tv good... torn between sony android with this
Update
Bought the LG today
Haven't had much time to play around with it suffice to say.......3d is class
Lol.... cheers !!!
Have been researching a new shiny telly for me self
Had it narrowed down to sony 55xd9305 or panasonic d 802
Was goin to go with Sony until I saw this......
Now tempted to stretch my budget slightly lol
Free sky q aswell
£2500 not long ago
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kester76
Also is it due to LG using WOLED technology which uses more power than it's Super Amoled equivilant ?

WOLED was the answer to large displays. Lots of manufacturers can viably make smaller panels using RGB. LG could as well.

Currently OLED is more expensive across the board. It does have the potential to be cheaper then LCD. For smaller screen sizes it's getting closer to that point.

What you have to remember is LCD has been around for a long time. The ROI has long since been realised. OLED still involves billions of $ of investment to setup fabs.


Please explain how it can have the protential to be cheaper that LCD ?
kester76
Also is it due to LG using WOLED technology which uses more power than it's Super Amoled equivilant ?

WOLED was the answer to large displays. Lots of manufacturers can viably make smaller panels using RGB. LG could as well.

Currently OLED is more expensive across the board. It does have the potential to be cheaper then LCD. For smaller screen sizes it's getting closer to that point.

What you have to remember is LCD has been around for a long time. The ROI has long since been realised. OLED still involves billions of $ of investment to setup fabs.
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kester76
Oled is old tech that I had on my iriver clix 2 back in 06. It has been slowly phased out/replaced by quantum dot due to it wearing out, not so bad on a mp3 player or phone but horrific on a £3.6k tv.
I would suggest going over to AVForums and doing some reading. Unfortunately you're missing quite a few bits of the picture (pun intended :) ).
Samsung and most other TV manufacturers have been chasing the large form factor OLED holy grail for years now. Samsung released around the same time as LG did. Unfortunately Samsung were using RGB sub pixels and these didn't prove to be viable in mass production. LG took a different approach (they purchased a patent from Kodak), WOLED with colour filters, which paid huge dividends by proving to make large screens viable.
It is Samsung's failure and inability to find an alternative to LG's patent that has led them to pursue Quantum Dot. They and other manufacturers have then used spoiler tactics, as LG have gained a huge advantage here. They've muddied the consumer market, pushing misinformation and HDR with high peak output. Things they weren't as interested in when they thought they could pull OLED off aswell.
You've mentioned the 1000nits peak output for HDR that LCD's can achieve. But haven't considered in achieving this, as a backlit tech, this compromises the black levels of adjacent pixels. The key benefit of HDR (High Dynamic Range), as the acronym suggests, is the ability to display both high's and lows (dynamic range) in a single frame.
Think of an image displaying a sunset. You have the Sun which is very bright and the landscape which will be much darker. Is it preferable for the image to be displayed on an OLED, where the sun is at 600 nits and the landscape can be represented at anywhere down to 0 nits on a per pixel basis? Or is it better to have the Sun displayed at 1000 nits and pixels which should be 0 nits start to become washed out as a result?
There are some very good FALD LCD's out there right now. But the best are close to the price of OLEDs. And if HDR is your thing, IMO you're better off with an OLED.
Where the peak brightness of LCD's really comes into its own is when you're viewing room is particularly bright. Say a south facing room with lots of windows.
Other then that, I'd go with OLED or a cheap LCD to hold me over.
Why does my LG phone use Quantum Dot and not OLED ? Also why is the s7 and Super AMOLED display ?
Like Samsung, LG are a conglomerate with multiple subsidiaries. Its LG Display that make the screens. LG electronics make the mobiles and buy the screens from LG Display. It's LG Electronics decision which display they use for a particular product. And that can be driven by many different factors. Price and availability of the appropriate display being a key one.
Also LG are still one of the largest suppliers of LCD panels. Clearly its in their interest to keep up with developments in that technology. OLED may be their future, but they still need to keep up with their bread and butter.
WRT Samsung's use of OLED in their mobile phones, I would suggest you read up a bit on OLED and the difficulty the industry has had (until LG pulled it off with WOLED) producing large form factor displays. Samsung, LG and Sony have been able to produce smaller RGB screens for quite a while. What no one other then LG can do is viably produce large displays. Samsung had a crack at it around the time LG released their WOLED displays. But soon pulled out as it wasn't viable. Sony and Panasonic also haven't been able to produce viable large form factor consumer panels.
So LG can make cheaper large display OLED but prefer Quantum Dot for smaller displays because they're cheaper but sony use super AMOLED because they take the hit on price over performance ?

"Sigh". When did I say any of that?

LCD displays are cheaper. Even quantum dot ones. I don't know why LGE chose that over OLED for your phone, but I presume price was a big factor.

At some point they designed the phone, looked around at cost and availability of displays, how it integrated with the other components/design and made a decision. Possibly the bean counters looked at the target market and said the extra cost of OLED isn't justified.

Every product involves a complex process of design/analysis/targeting/etc. Otherwise every phone/manufacturer would just throw the best component available in every product and be done with it.
good specs, 4k aint going nowhere for a long time.
Also is it due to LG using WOLED technology which uses more power than it's Super Amoled equivilant ?
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Yeah that's now expired although you can use GET40 for £40 off until the 25/12/16.
code 50MEGA expired?
Holte_ender
A huge part of me is almost willing to accept the risk of divorce buying this will cause. Only thing stopping me is the risk she'll get it in the end.

Can't stop laughing! Finally nice Monday and start of the week <3
Holte_ender
A huge part of me is almost willing to accept the risk of divorce buying this will cause. Only thing stopping me is the risk she'll get it in the end.

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sorry or this Hisense 55M7000 4K ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV
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It will suit it if you want a cinema screen in your room... depends on room usage. For a lounge with a sofa etc , for me it would be too big for that size room. You may like it, it's personal choice.
simonbrowne
Asking people to pick a tv size for your room is like asking someone what you should be wearing today. Every one will have an opinion and none may be right for you.
Get a measure and figure out what you think is the right size for you. It wont take long and you will buy something that is right for you.

Not asking to pick a TV for my room. Was just trying to find out if someone has such big TV in a small or whether such big TV would suit the room.
Asking people to pick a tv size for your room is like asking someone what you should be wearing today. Every one will have an opinion and none may be right for you.
Get a measure and figure out what you think is the right size for you. It wont take long and you will buy something that is right for you.
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ibl0010
Is this TV too big for a room that is 330 cm long and 280 cm wide. If (yes), what would be a good TV size for a room of the above measurement.
that's a 3.2m x 2.8 - this will be like a cinema screen in there...
What size is good? depends where you put but imo 46-48" - my bedroom is a bit bigger and I have a 42 in there which is plenty big for the room.

What do you mean by depend where I put the TV. Are you saying I could get away with a 58inches in a 3.2 by 2.8 if I put the TV on the longest part of the room.
ibl0010
Is this TV too big for a room that is 330 cm long and 280 cm wide. If (yes), what would be a good TV size for a room of the above measurement.

that's a 3.2m x 2.8 - this will be like a cinema screen in there...

What size is good? depends where you put but imo 46-48" - my bedroom is a bit bigger and I have a 42 in there which is plenty big for the room.
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Hahaha yes the free cable does it for me
had mine a month love it
robert260574
had this tv for over 2 months now and hate it .. not worth anything over a £1000 .. smart tv it's not


What do you hate about it?
had this tv for over 2 months now and hate it .. not worth anything over a £1000 .. smart tv it's not
markianedwards
Wasn't interested but the included HDMI cable swings it for me.

what they don't tell you is that it's only 3 inches long
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sossige
Stay away from Panasonic Blu-Ray players, they are awful..
Only they aren't are they. Consistently amongst the top rated playershttp://www.techradar.com/news/video/blu-ray/12-best-blu-ray-players-in-the-world-2013-947894http://www.trustedreviews.com/best-blu-ray-players_round-up_Page-1http://www.stuff.tv/top-10/blu-ray-playershttp://www.expertreviews.co.uk/tvs-entertainment/blu-ray-players
Just four review sites from the first page of a google search for "Best BluRay players 2016"

Say what you like, I've owned 2. I think that they're useless. The -30 cold would suggest that I'm right.


Edited By: sossige on Nov 29, 2016 12:20
sossige
Stay away from Panasonic Blu-Ray players, they are awful..

Only they aren't are they. Consistently amongst the top rated players
http://www.techradar.com/news/video/blu-ray/12-best-blu-ray-players-in-the-world-2013-947894
http://www.trustedreviews.com/best-blu-ray-players_round-up_Page-1
http://www.stuff.tv/top-10/blu-ray-players
http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/tvs-entertainment/blu-ray-players

Just four review sites from the first page of a google search for "Best BluRay players 2016"


Edited By: Uridium on Nov 28, 2016 20:03
Stay away from Panasonic Blu-Ray players, they are awful..
I strongly doubt the 4k upscaling will improve on what any decent branded 4K TV can do...probably better to leave it outputting 1080p and let your TV deal with the scaling unless you have a really really cheap 4k TV
Got one of these Ebay/Argos refurb for £34 last week......
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benji476
I still think I am going to go with an oled but this did look incredible in the shop and well worth the money

Same here.. CES is only a month away so this years models should drop to this price range once the new ones are announced :{

Cyber Monday tomorrow also, so the panny might be lower then... Think last year there were ebay codes and discounts

Edited By: murkymango on Nov 27, 2016 18:08
For a grand I want more than 1 year warranty.

Edited By: Sqsq on Nov 27, 2016 16:03
I still think I am going to go with an oled but this did look incredible in the shop and well worth the money
I have the Panasonic 58ax802, superb picture and if this is better than that, then you can't go wrong.

However, I bought a Panasonic 40cs520 from the refurb site, its only up the road from me, the first one was a smashed screen and the second had a crack in the plastic surround.....i actually kept that one because I managed to tidy it up. The driver though told me that they will send out damaged items on a regular basis as that keeps the overall % of damaged stock low as it gets booked out......if this is true I have no idea, he seemed to know what he was talking about. The TV apart from the small crack, was mint condition, well packaged and all accessories looked brand new. Only comes with a 1 year warranty and you have to take it to a service centre or ship there at your cost. Just because its a deal doesn't mean in the long run its the "best" deal. I voted hot btw for the price......just have an understanding of what you are buying.
Ive still got my 60 inch Kuro 6090 that's been calibrated and whilst I am sure UHD stuff is better, for me right now im still on the fence about when i will upgrade...especially as so much is changing...

A friend of mine has the 65 inch one and it is amazing but i believe they have some issues with gaming lag and he has lots of issues with handshaking too over HDMI....Although my TV is 7 years old its bulletproof, never plays up and looks amazing...

Another friend has the Samsung 55KS700 and the picture is sublime....and you can now get that close to £1000 which is great for a full HDR10 set....I also love the Samsung UI but have never got on with the Panasonic front end...my FIL has an 802 model and the UI is horrible and not worth using at all in my opinion...oh and with Panasonic yo cant use Plex via the UI...what's that all about

Edited By: jouster on Nov 27, 2016 13:13