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LG 50UH635V Silver - 50inch Ultra HD 4K TV, LED, Smart, Freeview HD, Freesat HD - £499.99 @ Co-Op Electrical

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I found this deal after searching all night for a decent size screen with lots of features, I almost settled on paying £30 more for a smaller model then just before I went to sleep I stumbled upon thi…
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Good tv i have the 58" Version which was £599 from Co-Op
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Which one is better? This LG 50UH635V or the LG 49UH610v from Sainsbury @ £400.00
At the time the best price for the 49uh610v I found was £479 at Tesco, but Sainsbury's seems like a better deal than the 50uh635v
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HDMI 2.2?
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HDMI 2.2?
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Samsung UE48JS9000 £799.00 @ Richer sounds

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Decent price now I think. SAMSUNG UE48JS9000 48 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV Freeview HD freesat HD £799 WERE £999 from 24.10.2016 £899 from 22.12.2016 SAVE £200 6 Year…
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Good price.
The clueless people who voted cold on this, any thoughts you have on deals in future, for the rest of your life - just keep them to yourself.
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This is a 2015 model TV and the 2016 Samsungs were a step ahead of these ones.


Wrong. The 2016 (KS) models are a downgrade, no 3D, poorer picture quality and motion issues. The 2015 JS models are the best Samsung TV's out at the moment. Search google for further information or AVForums.


Wrong full HDR 10 bit pro only came out 2016 . Do these 2015 have it? Who wants 3D? It's crap, glad they got rid of it. Curve will be the next to go.
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jdpwest
This is a 2015 model TV and the 2016 Samsungs were a step ahead of these ones.
Wrong. The 2016 (KS) models are a downgrade, no 3D, poorer picture quality and motion issues. The 2015 JS models are the best Samsung TV's out at the moment. Search google for further information or AVForums.
yes have used google and seen the reviews and KS model comes out higher. I dont think the lack of 3D is a big loss in the 2016 range given that Sky and others have dropped the format as have most TV manufacturers.
They havent dropped it, they've just moved it up to the more expensive sets.
Samsung have dropped 3D from all of their 2016 models
​2017 models are all to drop colour... overrated
yep sepia is the new black.
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jdpwest
This is a 2015 model TV and the 2016 Samsungs were a step ahead of these ones.
Wrong. The 2016 (KS) models are a downgrade, no 3D, poorer picture quality and motion issues. The 2015 JS models are the best Samsung TV's out at the moment. Search google for further information or AVForums.
yes have used google and seen the reviews and KS model comes out higher. I dont think the lack of 3D is a big loss in the 2016 range given that Sky and others have dropped the format as have most TV manufacturers.
They havent dropped it, they've just moved it up to the more expensive sets.

Samsung have dropped 3D from all of their 2016 models


​2017 models are all to drop colour... overrated
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LG 49UH770V 49" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - £589.00 @ AO

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On the lookout for a decent 4k/HDR TV without breaking the bank too much and this seemed like a very good deal. Still can't decide if the SAMSUNG UE55KS7000 is worth the extra money.... But the LG
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Most modern TVs will have crappy sound due to how slim they are. Modern TVs should be used with a soundbar
Avallon
You could also look at the 49XD8077 - recently sold for the same price?


Saw the XD8599 in Costco last night. I've seen Christmas cards with better speakers. I mean literally. Unusable even at normal volume for speech. Out of interested I tested a 2nd Sony (7xxx - didn't pay attention to what) and again awful sound.
Currently we have a Samsung plasma (Black Friday 2011, when BF discounts were genuinely <half price). The sound on that is good enough I've never bought a sound bar.
I'd avoid the Sony 100% unless you are definitely using an external sound source.
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You could also look at the 49XD8077 - recently sold for the same price?
XD80 has no local dimming so as far as HDR is concerned it's a non runner.
​Did you just make that up?
I'm sure my 43" xd80 has.
No joke there is no local dimming on any set in the XD80 range as far as Sony sets it's the XD93 range where HDR is effective.The Samsung KS range is still the cheapest entry into functional HDR.
​Meh just looked online, think your right about it not having local dimming but according to rtings.com the ks8000 has local dimming score of 3 out of 10. That tv is more than twice the price of mine so not bothered.
The only local dimming tvs that seem to be any good are the oled tvs but that's 3x as much as my tv.
Think I can live without it.
I have a ks8000 and it's a beast, blows any of these sets away. It's 9/10 reviews everywhere. Or did you mean ks7000 . Local dimming best I have seen on a Samsung and best blacks and sound. I compared to the oled in the shop and I couldn't tell the difference. I preferred the picture on the ks8000 to the oled so bought it. Price wasn't a factor in the choice. It might have been samsungs demo is far better than lg's space one but in that shop the Samsung looked better.
http://uk.rtings.com/tv/tests/picture-quality/local-dimming
​All Samsung rated poorly bar the JS9500 for local dimming.
OLED seem to blow it away in that respect.
​Just read the reviews for the OLED on RTINGS and they are rated 10 as they say OLED don't need local dimming so that's why they are rated the best.
They obviously still don't think highly about the KS9000 and KS8000 for some reason.
Personally i have never liked the rtings site and find avforums and hdtvtest to be of a far higher standard they both contradict rtings and for even the entry level KS7000 give it very good reviews,it is unfortunate that manufacturers are putting HDR onto sets that have no real capability i suppose it's up to the consumer to do a bit of digging before jumping into a purchase and with the 49 inch KS7000 retailing at £850 it is exceptional value considering similar specced sets from it's rivals.
​When playing Forza horizen 3 on my xbox one s the HDR on my xd80 is fantastic, outstanding even. Turn hdr off and it's a massive drop it quality. Same goes for ultra hd movies as well.
To say tvs like mine dont really have HDR capabilities is so far from the truth. And for £500 you wouldn't find a better tv for the price imo.

The specifications don't lie the XD80 is what it is a very capable 4K set with limited HDR capability it can't match up to entry level UHD premium sets and for the price range it is in the LG this post is about has a little more to offer in terms of HDR rendering.
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Avallon
You could also look at the 49XD8077 - recently sold for the same price?
XD80 has no local dimming so as far as HDR is concerned it's a non runner.
​Did you just make that up?
I'm sure my 43" xd80 has.
No joke there is no local dimming on any set in the XD80 range as far as Sony sets it's the XD93 range where HDR is effective.The Samsung KS range is still the cheapest entry into functional HDR.
​Meh just looked online, think your right about it not having local dimming but according to rtings.com the ks8000 has local dimming score of 3 out of 10. That tv is more than twice the price of mine so not bothered.
The only local dimming tvs that seem to be any good are the oled tvs but that's 3x as much as my tv.
Think I can live without it.
I have a ks8000 and it's a beast, blows any of these sets away. It's 9/10 reviews everywhere. Or did you mean ks7000 . Local dimming best I have seen on a Samsung and best blacks and sound. I compared to the oled in the shop and I couldn't tell the difference. I preferred the picture on the ks8000 to the oled so bought it. Price wasn't a factor in the choice. It might have been samsungs demo is far better than lg's space one but in that shop the Samsung looked better.
http://uk.rtings.com/tv/tests/picture-quality/local-dimming
​All Samsung rated poorly bar the JS9500 for local dimming.
OLED seem to blow it away in that respect.
​Just read the reviews for the OLED on RTINGS and they are rated 10 as they say OLED don't need local dimming so that's why they are rated the best.
They obviously still don't think highly about the KS9000 and KS8000 for some reason.

Personally i have never liked the rtings site and find avforums and hdtvtest to be of a far higher standard they both contradict rtings and for even the entry level KS7000 give it very good reviews,it is unfortunate that manufacturers are putting HDR onto sets that have no real capability i suppose it's up to the consumer to do a bit of digging before jumping into a purchase and with the 49 inch KS7000 retailing at £850 it is exceptional value considering similar specced sets from it's rivals.


​When playing Forza horizen 3 on my xbox one s the HDR on my xd80 is fantastic, outstanding even. Turn hdr off and it's a massive drop it quality. Same goes for ultra hd movies as well.

To say tvs like mine dont really have HDR capabilities is so far from the truth. And for £500 you wouldn't find a better tv for the price imo.
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You could also look at the 49XD8077 - recently sold for the same price?
XD80 has no local dimming so as far as HDR is concerned it's a non runner.
​Did you just make that up?
I'm sure my 43" xd80 has.
No joke there is no local dimming on any set in the XD80 range as far as Sony sets it's the XD93 range where HDR is effective.The Samsung KS range is still the cheapest entry into functional HDR.
​Meh just looked online, think your right about it not having local dimming but according to rtings.com the ks8000 has local dimming score of 3 out of 10. That tv is more than twice the price of mine so not bothered.
The only local dimming tvs that seem to be any good are the oled tvs but that's 3x as much as my tv.
Think I can live without it.
I have a ks8000 and it's a beast, blows any of these sets away. It's 9/10 reviews everywhere. Or did you mean ks7000 . Local dimming best I have seen on a Samsung and best blacks and sound. I compared to the oled in the shop and I couldn't tell the difference. I preferred the picture on the ks8000 to the oled so bought it. Price wasn't a factor in the choice. It might have been samsungs demo is far better than lg's space one but in that shop the Samsung looked better.
http://uk.rtings.com/tv/tests/picture-quality/local-dimming
​All Samsung rated poorly bar the JS9500 for local dimming.
OLED seem to blow it away in that respect.
​Just read the reviews for the OLED on RTINGS and they are rated 10 as they say OLED don't need local dimming so that's why they are rated the best.
They obviously still don't think highly about the KS9000 and KS8000 for some reason.

Personally i have never liked the rtings site and find avforums and hdtvtest to be of a far higher standard they both contradict rtings and for even the entry level KS7000 give it very good reviews,it is unfortunate that manufacturers are putting HDR onto sets that have no real capability i suppose it's up to the consumer to do a bit of digging before jumping into a purchase and with the 49 inch KS7000 retailing at £850 it is exceptional value considering similar specced sets from it's rivals.
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BUY NOW PAY LATER for 12 Months Samsung 49" Series 6 Ultra HD 4K Smart LED TV with Freeview HD, Freesat HD and Built-In Wi-Fi Online Price £545.00 + BUY NOW PAY LATER for 12 Months @ RGB direct

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BUY NOW PAY LATER for 12 Months Samsung 49" Series 6 Ultra HD 4K Smart LED TV with Freeview HD, Freesat HD and Built-In Wi-Fi Online Price £545.00 Fulll spec: Auto Channel Search Auto Moti…
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Know what your saying and agree with it, but these buy now pay later deals do have their place if you like to budget month by month, like yourself I always used to pay cash for things never entertained any form of credit, but these days I use it to my advantage not only for security but as a famous investor once said anything that appreciates buy anything that depreciates lease, that's why I focused on clearing my mortgage and leasing or deferring payments on everything else within reason but obviously without paying interest as that's a big no no for me on any depreciating asset.

We are kinda saying the same thing, I have taken advantage of these deals as well. I mean who would want to pay a coupla grand up front for sofas when you can pay it over 4 years? I'm sure most of the guys on this site are the same. It's more about when and where you should use these.

It does take a certain amount of focus and fiscal responsibility to take advantage of these deals, else you can easily find yourself taking on too many of these and struggling when it comes to paying it all back. For me, just because you can get credit doesn't mean you should forget about living within your means, or that working hard and saving up to buy yourself that piece of luxury is probably far more satisfying that putting yourself into debt just to keep up with the joneses
RedmanDealer
If you are someone who already has the spare cash but would take advantage of buy now/pay later offers for financial gain then this might be something you can go for. If you haven't got £500 spare to spend on a shiny new TV then you need to learn to save for one and buy one when you can afford it (or at least set your sights lower).
It's almost guaranteed that if you can't afford it now, you won't be able to in 12 months time and you'll end up with big interest bills to go with the original sum.
I really hate these kind of finance deals, as it just encourages people to spend what they don't have. Personal Finance should be about helping people to pay for essential items (like white goods etc) when you need them now and can't wait for 2 years after you have saved for it.

Know what your saying and agree with it, but these buy now pay later deals do have their place if you like to budget month by month, like yourself I always used to pay cash for things never entertained any form of credit, but these days I use it to my advantage not only for security but as a famous investor once said anything that appreciates buy anything that depreciates lease, that's why I focused on clearing my mortgage and leasing or deferring payments on everything else within reason but obviously without paying interest as that's a big no no for me on any depreciating asset.


Edited By: margamboy on Jan 02, 2017 12:32
£499 at Richer Sounds in Belfast and a 6 year warranty - won't be suitable for everyone, but sounds like a much better deal as paying £46 for BNPL is not "interest free"!

http://www.richersounds.ie/p-202044-ue49ku6400.aspx

Edited By: Jonathan2400 on Jan 02, 2017 12:24
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Yes I know its cheaper in Co-op but This deal is good for anyone who wants to Buy now pay later.


​Thanks BigDaveH for the cheaper alternative which would interest more people I'm sure. If you can't afford it, don't buy it!


​Not always about being able to afford it.. Some people would rather just spread the cost, how's about keep ur nose out and let people do as they please.
If you are someone who already has the spare cash but would take advantage of buy now/pay later offers for financial gain then this might be something you can go for. If you haven't got £500 spare to spend on a shiny new TV then you need to learn to save for one and buy one when you can afford it (or at least set your sights lower).

It's almost guaranteed that if you can't afford it now, you won't be able to in 12 months time and you'll end up with big interest bills to go with the original sum.

I really hate these kind of finance deals, as it just encourages people to spend what they don't have. Personal Finance should be about helping people to pay for essential items (like white goods etc) when you need them now and can't wait for 2 years after you have saved for it.
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Samsung UE49KS8000 SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 49” with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Playstation Now & 360° Design, UHD Premium £1,149.00 @ John Lewis

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It's cheapest price so far Comes with free 4k bluray player worth £299 And iDisk John Lewis 5 years warranty Following has been copied shamelessly from John Lewis Be blown away by the brilliant…
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Is this much better than the ks7000? When you can get the 55ks7000 for £849?
But it is not in stock anywhere.
Curry's have it in stock. Use code TV50 for an extra £50 discount.


​No they don't get to checkout and it won't let you.
I will expire it then
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Is this much better than the ks7000? When you can get the 55ks7000 for £849?
But it is not in stock anywhere.
Curry's have it in stock. Use code TV50 for an extra £50 discount.
I will expire it then
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Samsung UE55KS7000 SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 55” with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Playstation Now & Branch Feet Design, UHD Premium £849.00

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comes with 5 year guarantee included 10-Bit (U.S Version of KS8000) Ultra HD Premium Certified product previous post comments http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/john-lewis-samsung-ue55ks7000-55-in…
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I placed an order in store with John Lewis on 31/12 as they said they were awaiting stock. Got a call from them today for payment and have arranged delivery for next week!

Edited By: doof1412 on Jan 06, 2017 19:53: typo
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Thanks to this post I have already received an email from John Lewis, crediting back 50 quid...
... and the TV is glorious - delivered today.
When did you order?
I ordered Christmas Eve, and it arrived, as promised, at around 10:30 Saturday morning. Great service from John Lewis also - they called me twice that morning to say they were on the way, and again to say they had been delayed by 10 minutes.
I contacted JL via e-mail about the price reduction on Saturday, and had a response within a couple of hours.

nice... your very lucky then
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Thanks to this post I have already received an email from John Lewis, crediting back 50 quid...
... and the TV is glorious - delivered today.
When did you order?

I ordered Christmas Eve, and it arrived, as promised, at around 10:30 Saturday morning. Great service from John Lewis also - they called me twice that morning to say they were on the way, and again to say they had been delayed by 10 minutes.

I contacted JL via e-mail about the price reduction on Saturday, and had a response within a couple of hours.
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Thanks to this post I have already received an email from John Lewis, crediting back 50 quid...

... and the TV is glorious - delivered today.


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LG 58UH635V Silver -58inch 4K Ultra HD TV, LED, Smart with Freeview HD & Freesat HD , 3 HDMI and 2 USB Ports - £599.99 With Code @ Coop Electical

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This is NOT one of the fake 4K RGBW models. It's an MVA panel, and 8-bit. However, I have noticed my Xbox recognises it as 10-bit and HDR capable, so this is odd. Could be it's using some kind of FRC. I'm very impressed with the picture anyway, and mine literally has ZERO bleed. A bit of DSE but I never really notice that.
Thanks, what is the gaming like on it. Lag? Does it judder on scrolling scenes? Really appreciate the feedback. Thanks Phil

Haven't noticed any, seems solid to me.
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Anyone with this set say how far apart the feet are? Trying to work out if will fit on current stand... Thanks


​Someone asked that on Amazon and got a answer of 117cm not sure if thats accurate but thats what i am going by as need to get a new tv unit

Edited By: smg1984 on Dec 31, 2016 01:12: Spelling Error
Anyone with this set say how far apart the feet are? Trying to work out if will fit on current stand... Thanks
Jams80
This is NOT one of the fake 4K RGBW models. It's an MVA panel, and 8-bit. However, I have noticed my Xbox recognises it as 10-bit and HDR capable, so this is odd. Could be it's using some kind of FRC. I'm very impressed with the picture anyway, and mine literally has ZERO bleed. A bit of DSE but I never really notice that.

Thanks, what is the gaming like on it. Lag? Does it judder on scrolling scenes? Really appreciate the feedback. Thanks Phil
Jams80
This is NOT one of the fake 4K RGBW models. It's an MVA panel, and 8-bit. However, I have noticed my Xbox recognises it as 10-bit and HDR capable, so this is odd. Could be it's using some kind of FRC. I'm very impressed with the picture anyway, and mine literally has ZERO bleed. A bit of DSE but I never really notice that.


​Thats good to hear i just ordered one but got to wait until Thursday for delivery, Not many reviews about this tv and next to nothing about gaming but i plan to use it with my One S
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Jumped in at JL for the Sammy ks9000 55" at £1499. Can't be waiting any longer to see if price goes lower as we are without a main tv. Could have gone for the s8000 range but wanted a curve telly. My eyes see this tv as better quality picture than an oled i have to say but that's just me.

Edited By: trinity09 on Dec 26, 2016 23:12
Yeh oled screens way to laggy for gaming or fast sports, just get the best current led screen like this.
I'm waiting for the UE55KS8000 to fall under a grand. I like the image quality of OLED, but image retention worries me after my last plasma proved a swine for it, and this was when everyone - myself included - was stating it was a thing of the past.
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..., and football doesn't look brilliant either.....
Can't blame the TV for that...
Oled sucks for gaming though in my opinion, and football doesn't look brilliant either. I'd rather have this.
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Samsung UE55KU6500 Curved HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD/ Freesat HD, Playstation Now & Active Crystal Colour at John Lewis for £649.00

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Bright, colourful and beautiful, Samsung’s KU6500 is a marvel of home entertainment. This 4K set’s HDR Pro blends with the brand’s Active Crystal Colour technology to add immense gloss to your content…
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Just tried mine and it's working too, guess they fixed it! It's a better version of the app than on the nowtv box as well so I'm happy.
Horay the itv is now working again.
Switched tv on and it said update has been installed!
So tried the itv app and it worked.
Hahaha. Top pick. I will monitor if some one else drop price lower than £650 within 28 days :)
Price back to £899.
Yes can get it to work through my Now tv box, but would be nice if the tv app worked like it should.
May be it sort it self ,!
Thanks for the reply.
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LG OLED65B6V 65" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR OLED TV for £2,909.00 with code (possibly £2589 with TCB) @ AO.com

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Use code GET40 which brings down to £2909 and 11% Topcashback might possibly bring it down to £2589 £2949 @ JL with 5 years guarantee if anyone interested. Certified 4K Ultra HD Premium with 4K
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65C6V is the better option available at Currys. It's cheaper and much more feature rich when compared to the B6.


Doesn't C just stand for curved?


​No, the C6 has 3D and a faster chip when compared to the B6. In most group reviews of the LG oled line up, the C6 compared nearest to the E6 rather than the B6, which subsequently comes bottom in all the performance benchmarks.
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65C6V is the better option available at Currys. It's cheaper and much more feature rich when compared to the B6.


Doesn't C just stand for curved?
65C6V is the better option available at Currys. It's cheaper and much more feature rich when compared to the B6.
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LG 55UH661V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" With Freeview HD/Freesat HD now £599.00 delivered at John Lewis (5 YRS GUARANTEE)

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Still good price with 5 years guarantee Enjoy a huge range of entertainment in spectacular Ultra HD with the LG 55UH661V TV. Soak up a stunning 3850 x 2160 resolution that gives you a viewing ex…
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I've just bought this Tv same model but the 49" from Very for £480 in the Black Friday deal got delivered Wednesday, was easy to take out the box and install the stand which is curved fits on my stand just fine.
Set up was easy few selection screens and setting up the wifi etc.

Really like the sound and main smart page were you can pick what u want to watch now tv amazon etc.

I don't have a aerial input only standard sky but the the HD pictures look really good, it's says it's 4K but as I don't have anything to test that I don't know need Sky Q for that ? I did read you get it with some 55" tv's I think 6-12 months sky q included ?

Otherwise good picture easy remote


Have you tried watching 4k videos from you tube?
Up to £729 now.
Invest in a 'SUHD' (Super Ultra High Definition) that's 10 bit.

Investing in anything just 'UHD' - 8 bit or below is the equivalent of getting a 'HD ready'/720p screen 'last generation'.
I.e SUHD is kind of the equivalent of 1080p for 4k.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKjSox0uwnk
oh for 4k's sake don't do it

Edited By: balluji on Dec 24, 2016 06:26: typo
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HUMAX HB-1000S Freesat HD Freetime Box @ currys - £79.99

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Product features BBC iPlayer & ITV Player & All 4 & My5 Ethernet HDMI & USB emember that it needs an external USB hard drive if you want to record anything
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Cheeky Humax charging £7 delivery for refurbed items but free delivery for new items....
It's a great box, especially the Freetime, element which makes things even more user friendly.

For those who want to use Wifi here's a dongle that is confirmed to work: http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/LED-light-Mini-150M-USB-2-0-Ralink-RT3070-WiFi-Wireless-LAN-802-11-n-g-b-Adapter-/151318342704y

This seems to be standard price at Currys - I've bought two at this price over the last few months - so consistently cheaper than elsewhere.
I have the hdr-1000s 1tb white box
An Enigma2 based box would be a much better buy.
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Looking for free sat but just not prepared to pay 80 quid for a basic box, not worth it I don't think.
The Manhattan box is 50 but waiting for a sale to get it cheaper.
The Manhattan boxes are awful, they are very slow, the humax ones are much faster. The remote is horrible though, if it were me I'd get a TV with freesat built in, also note that with this one you only need a single input, with the ones with built-in hdd, you need 2 satellite inputs as one is used for recording, the other for viewing if I understand correctly
I commented on the remotes the other day (not sure if this applies to the Freesat box, but worth a go) http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/humax-hdr-1800t-320gb-freeview-hd-digital-tv-recorder-refurbished-86-humax-direct-2570672?p=29457299
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Have they improved their remotes on their newer units? I've got one of the older Humax Foxsat+ HD recorders and the responsiveness and lag is absolutely shocking.
I've got a Fox T2 (Freeview) - not sure if that's the same. One fix worth trying is this
1. Switch on your TV set and the Humax product that you wish to change the remote code.
2. Make sure that any other Humax product that you do not wish to control is in Standby or powered OFF at the mains.
3. Point the remote control towards the remote control sensor of the target receiver.
4. Press and hold the 0 and OK buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds until the PVR button on the remote stays red.
5. A message will appear on the TV screen:
You can change the remote control mode.
Press a Numeric Key (1 ~ 6) to select the mode
Current mode: Mode 1
6. Press a NUMERIC button (from 1 to 6) to select a different mode.
7. A message confirming the change of Mode will appear on screen.
My remote is still a bit laggy, but it seems to work much better - the erratic remote was driving me mad!
I had the very first Humax PVR and loved it (PVR-8000T I think)? After that, a Sharp (cheap and nasty, died on me after a year!) and a Topfield that was total pain and kept crashing, even with custom software and hours of reading on the Toppy forums for help.


Thanks, I'll try that but I got the feeling that it's the lack of grunt rather than the remote being laggy, still this doesn't resolve the incredibly stiff buttons on the remote.
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John Lewis have a great deal on this 43" 4K TV, with a 5 year warranty included. Like I say, it's currently OOS, but I registered for a stock alert email, and grabbed one as soon as it became avai…
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stock available from Tesco Direct, same price plus cashback
GrantG182
Tesco had the 49" version for this price, not so hot UKD

and you didn't bother posting it for us HUKD community?

you SIR should be very ashamed of yourself!

:p
I posted this Found 2 months, 2 weeks ago for £429.00

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/price-drop-lg-43uh661v-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-with-freeview-hd-freesat-2513330

£30 reduction... Not bad? I guess...?
Also 5 year guarantee from John Lewis. This is a good deal.
GrantG182
Tesco had the 49" version for this price, not so hot UKD
When was this? Currently its £549 on Tesco Direct. Cheapest I've seen elsewhere is £499.
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Samsung UE49KS8000 SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 49” with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Playstation Now & 360° Design, UHD Premium £1,098.99 @ John lewis

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RicherSounds are selling for same price with 6 year guarantee
Yes very nice saving on that tv. Huge drop well worth £800. Do the same on that one search youtube for ks7000 avforums
Ended up going for the 7000 for 799 at Currys, common sense kicked in and the saving was greater than the need.
If you buy one, search YouTube for avforums calibration settings of this tv, made my tv picture perfect . Just change the back light up to about 9 and you are sorted
mattoligy
Still pretty pricey? Anyone know what the advantages are vs the previous series? Didn't get much sleep last night so sorry for being lazy and not just googling it lol


Pricey cos it's the cream of the crop. They only drop the crap loads.

I paid £1449 for 55inch worth every penny
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Samsung UE49KU6400U LED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 49" with Freeview HD/Freesat HD and Built-In Wi-Fi at John Lewis for £549.00

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I've done a lot of research of reviews and finding the best value 47-50 inch tv, and this is the one! At £549 it's an excellent price, and you get a 5 year guarantee respectively with John Lewis, a…
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An extra 6 inch of tv for around the same price is decent.... unless you pay an extra 50 for warranty which is worth it...

Decisions decisions.... argh


​You can get 55" Samsung 6020 with 6 years guarantee from RS for 599


​I bought 55" 6020 last week. It does not have Freesat HD, only Freeview HD. I have both aerial and dish so didn't matter.
ag8
is this 8 bit or 10 bit? really irritating how this seems to be left out of every tv spec considering its apparent importance.

Definitely 8-bit. You need to step up to the KS7000 for a 10-bit panel. Nothing at this price point is 10-bit.
is this 8 bit or 10 bit? really irritating how this seems to be left out of every tv spec considering its apparent importance.
An extra 6 inch of tv for around the same price is decent.... unless you pay an extra 50 for warranty which is worth it...

Decisions decisions.... argh
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LG 49UH620V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 49" LED TV 3x HDMI Freeview Freesat HD for £419.00 delivered at Currys (+7.7% Topcashback ~£386)

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£449 now
axgod2
quidco is not offering 12% on this. it's £75 on TVs over 50" and 12% on TV boxes. it would be 1.65% on this

Yep finally logged in and saw it, no wonder this deal isnt getting much heat. With TCB it works out at £386.74 so still kind of OK

Edited By: elrasho on Nov 25, 2016 17:35
7.7% topcashback
quidco is not offering 12% on this. it's £75 on TVs over 50" and 12% on TV boxes. it would be 1.65% on this
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Quidco is not 12% it is only that on 50 inch or above. Correct me if I am wrong
You're thinking of top Cashback
Sorry what do you mean? So is Quidco offering 12% cash back on this TV? That's when the site comes back online

Yes
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SAMSUNG UE55KS7000 55 inch 4K Quantum Dot Ultra HD Premium Smart LED TV Freeview HD Freesat HD - £949.00 richer sounds!

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Not sure if you have already tried this but I got a similar problem with my motion when watching sports. Go to Picture settings then expert settings, under Auto Motion Plus, my setting was set to CUSTOM by default. Switching that to AUTO has helped mine. I don't notice it anymore.
Purchased the Samsung 55KS7000 from John Lewis and the stutter and motion is truly dreadful on the set I've received, especially when watching ball sports but also just when news presenters and/or actors turn their heads for example. At worst it is every minute or so. After testing various settings, literally 100's of different variations based on recommended settings etc.. it has improved but there is definitely something amiss here. Many people rave about how good the tv is and how blown away they are by the picture quality whilst others seem to have problems. The version I have (found on the back of tv is 03) whereas others have 01 or 02. Can you get a bad batch of TV's?? Has the most recent version been rushed through to meet what is no doubt huge demand for this set after all the superb expert reviews?? Not sure if this has anything to do with it but I'll be seeking a replacement. The dilemma is to risk getting the same model and having similar problems or going for a different model/brand.
It's now out of stock with John Lewis
Got mine from JL about 3 weeks ago, fantastic customer service. They have already refunded the price difference of £150 when it was £1099.

Lovely TV, been playing gears of war 4 on Xbox One S - the hdr is sublime plus 4k hdr on Amazon prime is beautiful.

A great gaming TV for the price
I did the same! Happy with RS deal.
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LG 50UH635V 50" Ultra HD 4K LED Smart TV Freeview HD + Freesat HD - £449.99 delivered co-op / ebay

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50" 4K HD telly Seems like a really good price to me and decent offering
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The 661V is IPS, vs MVA for the 635V. Depends what environment you're watching in, and if viewing angles are concern. IPS is better for angles but worse for blacks, unless you're viewing in a very bright environment. For head on viewing in a dark/dim setting though, VA or MVA is the best choice.
thanks for reply.
Very tempted as looking for something this size, ideally with Freesat integration but there's virtually no reviews out there.
EngineerD
Watch out, I think this one has one of LGs "fake 4K" RGBW panels.

According to all spec listings I have seen, this is NOT one of their fake RGBW models. But I don't know this 100% for certain.

I think RGBW is only on IPS panels anyway, and this is MVA.

Edited By: Jams80 on Nov 25, 2016 13:51: new info

The 661V is IPS, vs MVA for the 635V. Depends what environment you're watching in, and if viewing angles are concern. IPS is better for angles but worse for blacks, unless you're viewing in a very bright environment. For head on viewing in a dark/dim setting though, VA or MVA is the best choice.
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LG 49UH668V 49 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV Freesat HD WebOS (2016 Model) for £499.00 delivered at Currys (10% Quidco ~£450)

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Is this TV comparable in pic quality and even in regards to being used as a gaming TV, to the KU6020 from SAMSUNG?

Edited By: Ryyy16 on Nov 24, 2016 21:35
LazybeatX
Rgbw.. No thanks, 8bit no thanks, saw one of these in currys and the picture did not compare with similar priced Samsungs in there even if they where also 8bit.


I bet their price wasn't comparable either. You get what you pay for. It's a good deal for the price.
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bought this last week at this price and it's a powerful tv for the price. it's true 4K as its 10bit and there's not many others about that are at this price.
plus the web os 3.0 system is damn quick.
you also get the magic remote with this which would set you back £50 to purchase on its own
8 bit and a RGBW m+ panel, so more like 3K and not true 4k either, according to:-http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/42e149d
and http://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590
​what do you mean by more like 3k?

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm

This is where the definitions get murky. UHD resolution can be crudely defined as 3840×2160 pixels, which an RGBW LED TV will have no problem satisfying if only a black-and-white pattern is used as the passing criteria. But by replacing every fourth subpixel with a white one, the result is a 25% decrease in the number of separately addressable RGB subpixels. Detractors of this technology argue that RGBW LCD TVs shouldn’t even be sold as 4K TVs, since 3 out of 4 three-subpixel arrays (RGB, WRG, BWR, GBW) cannot express the full range of colour information found in RGB video.

Edited By: melted on Nov 19, 2016 21:18: Better quote from article
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bought this last week at this price and it's a powerful tv for the price. it's true 4K as its 10bit and there's not many others about that are at this price.
plus the web os 3.0 system is damn quick.
you also get the magic remote with this which would set you back £50 to purchase on its own


8 bit and a RGBW m+ panel, so more like 3K and not true 4k either, according to:-

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/42e149d

and

http://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590


​what do you mean by more like 3k?
Rgbw.. No thanks, 8bit no thanks, saw one of these in currys and the picture did not compare with similar priced Samsungs in there even if they where also 8bit.
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49UH770V LED HDR Super (8-bit) 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 49" With Freeview HD/freesat HD, Harman Kardon Sound & Bright Metal Design - £698.00 - Appliance Electronics

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It's 8 bit mate!
​Why do sites describe it as 10 bit?
It's 8+2.......kind of fake 10bit.
mcormack
It's 8 bit mate!


​Why do sites describe it as 10 bit?
Cheapest 49 inch 10 Bit is the Samsung Ks7000 (at Currys) £899
It's 8 bit mate!
Screen specs wdbsite states this is an 8bit screen, however the lg websites seems to imply this has hdr10 and dolbyvision (indicating a 10bit screen) - if thats correct then this is a bargain!
I also think this model might qualify for the 12months free SkyQ offer.

Edited By: N1Andy on Nov 11, 2016 12:23
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Has anyone got any decent settings on this TV yet ?
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SICORACING
Haha yes which puts me off every tv deal on here! What is this mystical 10 bit anyway which costs 3 or 4 times the price and we probably cannot tell the difference when watching coronation street
Can I see the difference watching the Louise minchin pantie flash on BBC breakfast ? Or will Carol Kirkwoods breasts look even bigger on BBC breakfast weather ?
Oh yeah. Love to get my hands round Carol's.........X)
. Mmmmmmmmm yes
Russonf
but, the hisense?
Must admit, I'm waiting for A good Hisense deal Black Friday or one of the better Sony's
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Haha yes which puts me off every tv deal on here! What is this mystical 10 bit anyway which costs 3 or 4 times the price and we probably cannot tell the difference when watching coronation street
Can I see the difference watching the Louise minchin pantie flash on BBC breakfast ? Or will Carol Kirkwoods breasts look even bigger on BBC breakfast weather ?
Oh yeah. Love to get my hands round Carol's.........X)
SICORACING
Haha yes which puts me off every tv deal on here! What is this mystical 10 bit anyway which costs 3 or 4 times the price and we probably cannot tell the difference when watching coronation street


​Well that's exactly it. If you don't care about HDR then this is perfectly fine for a TV at this size for Coronation Street.

However, if you're someone who is going to be looking at the Xbox One S or PS4 Pro and going to watch UHD Blu-ray films and want the highest quality they can deliver, then it's not.

8bit = 16.7 million colours
10bit = 1.07 billion colours.

HDR needs the latter to work fully, but it also requires a TV will the ability to go to 1000nits of brightness.

Hope that helps ;)
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Samsung UE55KU6400 HDR (8-bit) 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Playstation Now & Active Crystal Colour £699.00 @ John Lewis

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Every Samsung I've ever came across has always been 2 channel from optical out it's always been a major black mark against them in my book.


Not this one, Netflix and Amazon both going to my amp in Dolby Digital 5.1.

And on my last Samsung as well...
Every Samsung I've ever came across has always been 2 channel from optical out it's always been a major black mark against them in my book.
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do they do a smaller size i.e 42 or 46?

the smallest they offer in this model is 49.


​thanks


[email protected] I was wrong, they are also available in 40, 43, 49 & 65 inch sizes
there is optical connection but no info how many channels. The two channel info, however, is in regards to build in speakers I think.
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Does anyone know if this has an optical out for connecting a surround sound system?
​I can tall you for sure on Thursday when I will get it delivered but online datasheets says it has optical audio output.

​It might only output 2 channel audio, worth confirming ;)

Yes it has optical/




​Yes, but hopefully 6 channel and not 2 oO
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LG 58UH635V 58 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV with FreeviewPlay HDRPRO & webOS 3.0 & Freesat £799.00 rgbdirect

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chepeast , Just got reply from JL that they r happy to price match with this . Happy days ?
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I have the 50UH635V and it's definitely not HDR10 - it will recognise an HDR source but you won't get "proper" HDR.
​Just spoke to LG support through live chat and they confirm that it is HDR10.
What makes you think that it is not. interested as I'm thinking of buy this.
8 bit panelhttp://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/28c4504
​Thank you, just shows you can't trust the manufactures.
but according the the LG website HDRPro is HDR10, its all way too confusing at the moment, HD ready all over again :( 8bit, 8+2bit, 8bit+FRC WTF ???
​lmao, it really is a mine field. All manufacturers, should be made to use the same terminology. HDR10 is HDR10 anything else is not full / the full HDR standard.
That's the point of the UHD Premium certification isn't it? That guarantees that all aspects of HDR specs are met.
Not really it guarantees the TV can accept the signal thats about it.
That's not my understanding based on reading articles such as http://www.whathifi.com/advice/ultra-hd-premium-what-are-specs-which-tvs-support-it
Where have you got that info from?
By quite simply seeing the large volume of TV's at this moment claiming to be S-UHD like the one on this post but in reality they can never be as they are 8 bit screens,also these regulations are arbitrary not mandatory which lets the manufacturers get away with what is tantamount to false advertising.The reality is if you want a set that is actually S-UHD and of the same size as the LG here be prepared to spend at least double the £800 it costs.
Pray tell, what does the "S" stand for?

Too many abbreviations for the same thing(10 bit HDR) it's Samsung that use S-UHD it probably stands for super but if you need clarification by all means contact them.


LG use "S-UHD" to indicate a TV featuring 4 k resolution and quantum dot technology; that's all.
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I have the 50UH635V and it's definitely not HDR10 - it will recognise an HDR source but you won't get "proper" HDR.
​Just spoke to LG support through live chat and they confirm that it is HDR10.
What makes you think that it is not. interested as I'm thinking of buy this.
8 bit panelhttp://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/28c4504
​Thank you, just shows you can't trust the manufactures.
but according the the LG website HDRPro is HDR10, its all way too confusing at the moment, HD ready all over again :( 8bit, 8+2bit, 8bit+FRC WTF ???
​lmao, it really is a mine field. All manufacturers, should be made to use the same terminology. HDR10 is HDR10 anything else is not full / the full HDR standard.
That's the point of the UHD Premium certification isn't it? That guarantees that all aspects of HDR specs are met.
Not really it guarantees the TV can accept the signal thats about it.
That's not my understanding based on reading articles such as http://www.whathifi.com/advice/ultra-hd-premium-what-are-specs-which-tvs-support-it
Where have you got that info from?

By quite simply seeing the large volume of TV's at this moment claiming to be S-UHD like the one on this post but in reality they can never be as they are 8 bit screens,also these regulations are arbitrary not mandatory which lets the manufacturers get away with what is tantamount to false advertising.The reality is if you want a set that is actually S-UHD and of the same size as the LG here be prepared to spend at least double the £800 it costs.


UHD Premium is not the same as what LG are calling S-UHD
. This TV is not a UHD Premium TV, nor does it pretend to be. All UHD Premium certified sets conform to full range of HDR specs. Go and have a read of what the specs involved in gaining UHD Premium certification are.
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I have the 50UH635V and it's definitely not HDR10 - it will recognise an HDR source but you won't get "proper" HDR.
​Just spoke to LG support through live chat and they confirm that it is HDR10.
What makes you think that it is not. interested as I'm thinking of buy this.
8 bit panelhttp://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/28c4504
​Thank you, just shows you can't trust the manufactures.
but according the the LG website HDRPro is HDR10, its all way too confusing at the moment, HD ready all over again :( 8bit, 8+2bit, 8bit+FRC WTF ???
​lmao, it really is a mine field. All manufacturers, should be made to use the same terminology. HDR10 is HDR10 anything else is not full / the full HDR standard.
That's the point of the UHD Premium certification isn't it? That guarantees that all aspects of HDR specs are met.
Not really it guarantees the TV can accept the signal thats about it.
Nope it means it can receive the signal. UHD premium means it can display it too. That's proper HDR
anyone got this? what's it like for sd and sport
anyone got this? what's it like for sd playback and watching sport
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Samsung UE60KS7000 SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 60” with Freeview HD, Freesat, Playstation Now & Branch Feet Design, UHD Premium £1,448.99 @ C&M

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Add to basket to get this price. (Auto takes £50 off) 5 year parts and labour warranty. John Lewis will price match this, but a good deal from Crampton & Moore anyway! Everything you need to
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Thought should let you guys know that ks7000 or ks7500 are only 8 but panels they call it 8+2 bit as they can display 10 bit but still not true 10 bit panel
Only Ks8000 or upwards are 10 but panels


wrong. ​http://imgur.com/a/IeKbv
was debating 55 or 65 this might solve the problem :)
a few of these Ellesmere Port currently
Mrshades
Just bought a UE60KS7000 from Richer Sounds for £1374 - with 6 years warranty

Price matched Currys with the TV10 code and then beat it by £20

Interestingly John Lewis were given the option to price match but refused to do so - whereas Richer Sounds happily did.


​that is a good deal, you should post it!
Just bought a UE60KS7000 from Richer Sounds for £1374 - with 6 years warranty

Price matched Currys with the TV10 code and then beat it by £20

Interestingly John Lewis were given the option to price match but refused to do so - whereas Richer Sounds happily did.
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Today John Lewis offer me price match for £735 including 5 years guarantee with this Samsung but delivery time next Friday I can't wait that long. Anyway this is a great TV with very good review.

How did you get on with your TV i got mine from John Lewis and within 2 hours of turning it on it looked like this.....

http://www.the1lettings.com/images/Faulty.png

Safe to say its going back. But tec support still haven't replied 24 hours on.
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Can get it for £684.99 (+£4.99 delivery) on the co-op electrical site. It's listed as £774.99 but you get £40 off for being a member (costs £1 to join if you're not) then another £50 off with code VCCP50.
Plus another £17 back through topcashback if it pays, bringing it down to a grand total of ~£673 which is a bargain!
Co-op seem a lot more reputable than this company too, who have some shocking reviews on trust pilot..http://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Samsung-UE55KU6400-Silver-Black-55inch-4K-Ultra-HD-TV-with-UHD-Crystal-Colour/id-SAM-LED-UE55KU6400-B
And Coop Electrical Shop don't?
Wow, I take it back! I assumed being quite a well known brand, and having used them before with no issue that they'd have fairly decent reviews. I should've checked first, they've got a worse score than rlr!
Use either at your own risk... :p


Trust trust pilot or not just check John Lewis and then decide :)


Went with coop I'm the end. Had it delivered today and again, can't fault them. The driver even got us to unpack it to check that everything was ok before he left
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Can get it for £684.99 (+£4.99 delivery) on the co-op electrical site. It's listed as £774.99 but you get £40 off for being a member (costs £1 to join if you're not) then another £50 off with code VCCP50.
Plus another £17 back through topcashback if it pays, bringing it down to a grand total of ~£673 which is a bargain!
Co-op seem a lot more reputable than this company too, who have some shocking reviews on trust pilot..http://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Samsung-UE55KU6400-Silver-Black-55inch-4K-Ultra-HD-TV-with-UHD-Crystal-Colour/id-SAM-LED-UE55KU6400-B
And Coop Electrical Shop don't?
Wow, I take it back! I assumed being quite a well known brand, and having used them before with no issue that they'd have fairly decent reviews. I should've checked first, they've got a worse score than rlr!
Use either at your own risk... :p


Trust trust pilot or not just check John Lewis and then decide :)
jay1
wardi69
Can get it for £684.99 (+£4.99 delivery) on the co-op electrical site. It's listed as £774.99 but you get £40 off for being a member (costs £1 to join if you're not) then another £50 off with code VCCP50.
Plus another £17 back through topcashback if it pays, bringing it down to a grand total of ~£673 which is a bargain!
Co-op seem a lot more reputable than this company too, who have some shocking reviews on trust pilot..http://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Samsung-UE55KU6400-Silver-Black-55inch-4K-Ultra-HD-TV-with-UHD-Crystal-Colour/id-SAM-LED-UE55KU6400-B
And Coop Electrical Shop don't?

Wow, I take it back! I assumed being quite a well known brand, and having used them before with no issue that they'd have fairly decent reviews. I should've checked first, they've got a worse score than rlr!

Use either at your own risk... :p
I have the 65" version of this - excellent TV all round for the money.

Note - I renamed HDMI 1 to PC to enable PC mode which I find gives a superior picture to normal "game mode" - I don't notice any difference in latency, some say PC mode is less, some game mode.

The BIG differerence for me is that I don't have to remember to go into sub menus to turn game mode off after I switch my consoles or media PC off and go back to freeview etc - the TV appears to realise what the input is and adjusts automatically and turns PC mode off..

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John Lewis, £669.00, Samsung UE49KU6500 Curved HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 49" with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Playstation Now & Active Crystal Colour, Black

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43 inch version also available for £619.00: http://www.johnlewis.com/samsung-ue43ku6500-curved-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-with-freesat-hd-playstation-now-active-crystal-colour/p2779320?navAction=jum…
Flash1970 Avatar4m, 3d agoFound 4 months, 3 days ago4 Comments
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Is it a HDR10 panel?
Go with jl prc not as good service if issues , like damage in transit etc
Additional services:
5 year guarantee included according to John Lewis
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(Price Drop) LG 43UH661V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" With Freeview HD/freesat HD & Metallic Design LG £429.00 @ John Lewis

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price drop from £499.00 got some heat in previous post by leemet123 1 month, 2 weeks ago http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-43uh661v-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-with-freeview-hd-freesat-…
iz123456789 Avatar4m, 4d agoFound 4 months, 4 days ago34 Comments
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at that time price was same in both stores
Shijokingo
After all the Comparisons - made a decision to buy this TV from Richer Sounds @£489 (Incl £10 Marketing Promo) - so far experience in last 3-4 Hrs has been great. Setting was very quick and easy. Thanks to the Courteous staff at RicherSounds.

did you get RicherSounds to price match John Lewis.. because they do that. and on top of that they give you £10 extra for price matching! and with your £10 voucher you got this it could of been a hot deal!
After all the Comparisons - made a decision to buy this TV from Richer Sounds @£489 (Incl £10 Marketing Promo) - so far experience in last 3-4 Hrs has been great. Setting was very quick and easy. Thanks to the Courteous staff at RicherSounds.
No one is giving this TV at £429.....it's at 499
trd
COLD for the reverse psychology self deprecating crap in your description.
english?
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LG 50UH635 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" With Freeview HD/Freesat HD, ULTRA Surround Sound & SUPER Slim Design for £599.00 delivered at John Lewis (5 year guarantee)

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LG’s superb screen blends rich HDR with eye-popping ColourPrime Pro to deliver something simply beautiful. Not only will your shows and movies get a luscious new lick of paint, you’ll keep connected t…
bb8 Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago25 Comments
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I've checked my screen and it is RGBW - I took a close up picture and zoomed in and you can see the four pixels in a row - I think this is fine as the LG screens to avoid are the ones where they replace some of the RGB pixels with a W pixel. With this screen you are getting 3840 RGBW pixels in a row.
brookheather
Jams80
WHOAH hang on everyone... I need to retract my previous statement. According to the official LG site this is an IPS panel, not MVA as displayspecifications states. That means it's almost certainly RGBW. Stay away, stay away!!
This website seems to say the UH63 does not use IPS:http://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590

Well all that article says is that "...it does not use an IPS panel, according to LG. The company refuses to specify the type of panel." Yet on the LG website the DO specify that it DOES use an IPS panel. That article is from March 2016 before the TV was released or the product page on LG's website went live. So only LG can really confirm this, but it would seem likely that the LG website is going to be the most reliable source, rather than an article written before the TV was even available.
Jams80
WHOAH hang on everyone... I need to retract my previous statement. According to the official LG site this is an IPS panel, not MVA as displayspecifications states. That means it's almost certainly RGBW. Stay away, stay away!!
This website seems to say the UH63 does not use IPS:

http://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590

Edited By: brookheather on Nov 26, 2016 17:42
WHOAH hang on everyone... I need to retract my previous statement. According to the official LG site this is an IPS panel, not MVA as displayspecifications states. That means it's almost certainly RGBW. Stay away, stay away!!
Now £479!
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Humax HB-1000S Smart Freesat HD Digital TV Receiver With Freetime Full HD 1080p £49.00 @ Tesco outlet Ebay

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REFURBISHED WITH A 12 MONTH TESCO OUTLET WARRANTY 10% off = £44.10 is being accepted. for those in Northern Ireland, p&p is extra @ £14.01 - flintstone
awhitham Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago23 Comments
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They need a software update when they arrive for iplayer / on demand etc to work.!
Out of stock
wakkaday
What is point of this ? Don't sky boxes have hd

Out of contract with Sky and it gives you access to a decent guide without all the channels listed you can't watch (that really does my head in) will also give you recording functionality.

Personally I don't have a working TV aerial but I have a working Satellite dish
do any of these boxes replicate the sky magic eye type functionality? I no longer have sky subscription but have the sky box at the minute as it's fed into 3 other rooms via the RF output. would like to have ability to record though

Edited By: raggets on Aug 26, 2016 19:17: sp
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humax HDR-1100S 500 GB Freesat with Freetime HD TV Recorder - White £164.00 @ Amazon

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Latest humax freesat TV box with a saving of £25.99 Cheapest I've seen it anywhere
geggs1988 Avatar5m, 2d agoFound 5 months, 2 days ago68 Comments
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Hairs are your aerials man. They pick up signals from the cosmos, and transmit them directly into the brain. This is the reason bald-headed men are uptight.

breslau
jasee
breslau
jasee
breslau
ashtad
How does freesat compare to youview been impressed with that expecially the remote record app etc
Freesat is excellent. I found the record app made my hard drive work overtime as it starts itself up to check for instructions at regular intervals, which in my opinion wasnt worth the additional wear for the very occasional remote recording.
Being able to plug a usb or hd into these boxes is very useful, but they seem to have dropped support for the media server function, which is a drag.
I personally wouldnt go back to relying on an aerial. Where I live the signal isnt reliable (even though I live in a major town).
How do you receive the signal if it isn't with an aerial? ;)
The people we bought the house of really liked TV aerials .. we have a cable in every room and two massive 1980s era masts strapped to our slightly crumbly chimneys. We had an old dish too. We went with the dish.
That 'dish' is an aerial! An aerial is something that receives radio waves and converts them into electrical energy. It doesn't have to look like a rod or rods or even just a wire!
Well you are a pedantic science-tw at aren't you?
Technically, I'm sure you are correct, but I am referring to that semantic distinction between what is commonly referred to as an "aerial" - eg. a big metal fork shaped thing and a dish - an oval shaped receiever of those mystic beams we call satellite. Thanks for the science though.
Now I am off for my dinner, or it lunch? For it is the same food, just a different time. Aha. Riddle me that.
thomps121
Currently waiting on Youview to release a new box / Humax release an updated Youview box, please let it have wireless built in.
TBH an external wireless bridge is arguably more flexible than internal wifi and from £8+ it's hardly breaking the bank. Could even throw caution to the wind and burn £15 on a fancy one http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/edimax-cv-7438ndm-n600-14-99-down-fron-50-99-7dayshop-dual-band-gigabit-wi-fi-entertainment-2497773
jasee
breslau
jasee
breslau
ashtad
How does freesat compare to youview been impressed with that expecially the remote record app etc
Freesat is excellent. I found the record app made my hard drive work overtime as it starts itself up to check for instructions at regular intervals, which in my opinion wasnt worth the additional wear for the very occasional remote recording.
Being able to plug a usb or hd into these boxes is very useful, but they seem to have dropped support for the media server function, which is a drag.
I personally wouldnt go back to relying on an aerial. Where I live the signal isnt reliable (even though I live in a major town).
How do you receive the signal if it isn't with an aerial? ;)
The people we bought the house of really liked TV aerials .. we have a cable in every room and two massive 1980s era masts strapped to our slightly crumbly chimneys. We had an old dish too. We went with the dish.
That 'dish' is an aerial! An aerial is something that receives radio waves and converts them into electrical energy. It doesn't have to look like a rod or rods or even just a wire!
Well you are a pedantic science-tw at aren't you?
Technically, I'm sure you are correct, but I am referring to that semantic distinction between what is commonly referred to as an "aerial" - eg. a big metal fork shaped thing and a dish - an oval shaped receiever of those mystic beams we call satellite. Thanks for the science though.
Now I am off for my dinner, or it lunch? For it is the same food, just a different time. Aha. Riddle me that.


Edited By: breslau on Aug 24, 2016 20:18
thomps121
Tried Sky for 12 months, has to be the most awful piece of equipment i've ever had, and i had an Original Bush PVR that was released as one of the first ones in the UK.

After looking at reviews on this, i would say this it doesn't have a patch on the Youview boxes, specifically the latest ones that are BT Branded DTR 2100 / 4000 (4K with Fan). I was tempted to upgrade my sky subscription which i am now going to cancel, to a Sky Q box, but tbh i just don't watch any of the Sky channels, the original Sky programs are tripe and poor quality (Excluding Carl Pilkington) honestly i think free to air channels and catch up are all you really need or all I really need.

Currently waiting on Youview to release a new box / Humax release an updated Youview box, please let it have wireless built in. Anyone that knows how long i will have to wait please give me a shout. P.S heat for the deal as it is a good price for a Freesat box, but your better of picking up a Humax DTR-2100 for £50 - £60 on eBay.


​there won't be WiFi on any YouView box any time soon. consider that a horses mouth statement.
breslau
jasee
breslau
ashtad
How does freesat compare to youview been impressed with that expecially the remote record app etc
Freesat is excellent. I found the record app made my hard drive work overtime as it starts itself up to check for instructions at regular intervals, which in my opinion wasnt worth the additional wear for the very occasional remote recording.
Being able to plug a usb or hd into these boxes is very useful, but they seem to have dropped support for the media server function, which is a drag.
I personally wouldnt go back to relying on an aerial. Where I live the signal isnt reliable (even though I live in a major town).
How do you receive the signal if it isn't with an aerial? ;)
The people we bought the house of really liked TV aerials .. we have a cable in every room and two massive 1980s era masts strapped to our slightly crumbly chimneys. We had an old dish too. We went with the dish.
That 'dish' is an aerial! An aerial is something that receives radio waves and converts them into electrical energy. It doesn't have to look like a rod or rods or even just a wire!
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LG 43UH661V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" With Freeview HD/freesat HD & Metallic Design £499.00 @ John Lewis

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Been watching this TV for a while now and has dropped to the cheapest i have ever seen it - 5 Year Warranty - Freeview/Freesat - Smart TV **Now £399** (30/11/2016) - fatemeh
leemet123 Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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Went to get this today.
The picture quality is awful, I asked them to put an HD picture on so that I could see the quality.
They said it was already running one :/
Havent been able to see it working, how does it compare with Sony for image quality? (which I always feel is vastly superior in all the trips I have made to the shop - havent seen this one)
Heat added - just waiting for the 49" to drop now!!
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Panasonic Viera TX-55CR852B LED Curved 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD/freesat HD and Built-In Wi-Fi (Reduced to clear) Was £989.98, Now £749.00 @ JohnLewis

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Product information The Panasonic CR852 series blends a curved design with premium 4K pictures for an uncompromised viewing experience. Displaying an accurate picture quality with a wide colour ran…
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Mixed reviews
i have the flat version, it's great, and a better display than the curved
Out of stock :(
Shame this is curved. I got the flat version of this last month for a similar price and Yodel smashed it on delivery, last one so no replacement :(. I was gutted but I couldn't live with a curved screen.

Edited By: anlygi on Jul 28, 2016 20:46
martywarty
Does anybody know if its hdr or has an update so can use a 4k hdr player thankyou

Yes there is an update for HDR, but you need to download it from the support page and install via USB.
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Samsung UE40JU6410 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 40" with Freeview HD/freesat HD and Built-In Wi-Fi £479.00 John Lewis

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Samsung 40" HDR Smart TV - 5 Year John Lewis Warranty - Reduced To Clear £479.00 - Upscale HD content to 4K - Super Smart platform Just bought one!!
leemet123 Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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Clicking on the link results in JL's 'can't find page' screen. Looking for it by name and specs is no good either
Misleading pic
SOLD OUT
does this support the new version of HDR ? is there a firmware upgrade
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Humax HB-1000S Freesat HD with Freetime TV Receiver £46.00 delivered - REFURB @ Humax

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This smart Humax recorder* gives you everything you need to be in control of your TV viewing. With Freetime, the super-smart, award-winning TV Guide from Freesat, you can use the Roll Back TV Guide ac…
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£39 now... fancy this for the bedroom as I've just got a dumb skyhd box plugged in with no card. shame its only 1 LNB in. hmmm decisions..
jeczap
lugsy3
jeczap
lugsy3
Mine powers on from red light to green just using the green circle to turn on and vice versa. Have you tried pressing STB then green circle, not being sarcastic.
After it's been idle for a couple of hours and the light is red, I click on STB, then the top right power button, the red light goes out but the unit doesn't power up.
If I turn it off from the mains and do the same sequence, the rest light goes out and green comes on.
Sorry only just seen this. It sounds like it's faulty to me. Fingers crossed they are good at sorting it.
Yep and yep - cheers

just an update... Humax arranged for a courier to collect and exchange the receiver, which went well. problem fixed - no more problems with standby! (customer service was ok, but did take a couple of follow up phone calls)
lugsy3
jeczap
lugsy3
Mine powers on from red light to green just using the green circle to turn on and vice versa. Have you tried pressing STB then green circle, not being sarcastic.
After it's been idle for a couple of hours and the light is red, I click on STB, then the top right power button, the red light goes out but the unit doesn't power up.
If I turn it off from the mains and do the same sequence, the rest light goes out and green comes on.
Sorry only just seen this. It sounds like it's faulty to me. Fingers crossed they are good at sorting it.


Yep and yep - cheers
jeczap
lugsy3
Mine powers on from red light to green just using the green circle to turn on and vice versa. Have you tried pressing STB then green circle, not being sarcastic.
After it's been idle for a couple of hours and the light is red, I click on STB, then the top right power button, the red light goes out but the unit doesn't power up.
If I turn it off from the mains and do the same sequence, the rest light goes out and green comes on.
Sorry only just seen this. It sounds like it's faulty to me. Fingers crossed they are good at sorting it.
lugsy3
Mine powers on from red light to green just using the green circle to turn on and vice versa. Have you tried pressing STB then green circle, not being sarcastic.


After it's been idle for a couple of hours and the light is red, I click on STB, then the top right power button, the red light goes out but the unit doesn't power up.
If I turn it off from the mains and do the same sequence, the rest light goes out and green comes on.
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LG 65UH770 LED HDR Super 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" With Freeview HD/freesat HD, Harman Kardon Sound & Bright Metal Design + LG LAS355 2.1 Bluetooth Sound Bar with Wired Subwoofer £1,499.00 @ John Lewis

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I have been tracking the price on this TV for the last few weeks and noticed that John Lewis have now dropped the price from £1699 to £1499, lowest price I can find. I decided to take the plunge and p…
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iz123456789
was this a good deal before the price increase?


​http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/best-65-inch-4k-tv-for-under-2000-2451221

see above thread for review and recommendations
iz123456789
was this a good deal before the price increase?
While LG TV's might not be to everyones liking for reasons others have mentioned as a pure price deal I thought it was good and hence the post. This is a 2016 model that can process High Dynamic range content encoded using either HDR10 or Dolby Vision, all other brands only support HDR10. The lowest price now is £1799, for me personally the saving was worth it as it was on my shortlist.
was this a good deal before the price increase?
bally12345
Showing as £1899.00
Looks like John Lewis have increased the price so I have expired the deal
Showing as £1899.00