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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…
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I have the 58 inch version and although they say HDR a lot, this TV does not have full HDR compliance, it's just HDR compatible meaning it will display HDR content but won't have the full gamut. However, gimmicks aside, this TV has superb black levels and picture quality and that's all that matters surely?
​Thanks for clearing that up, sick of these sly ways that companies false advertise (_;)
​Yeah it's wrong to put HDR on the box when it's not HDR10 compliant. When I go into the options on mine, I have a picture option called HDR mode but it just seems to add more colour to the picture. I still think HDR is overated and will no doubt become the norm in a few years. The TV is incredible and I play a lot of games on my PC and Xbox One, and watch blurays and the picture quality is the best I've ever had, and I owned a 50 inch Sony 50W829 previously and that was an awesome set but this LG blows it away in the game mode and movie mode straight out of the box.
Can I ask what's it like at standard def I.e. Non HD freeview?


​Hmm I wouldn't purchase any new TV if Standard definition is your main source. I generally watch only Sky HD channels, stream HD from Netflix/amazon or play blurays. I haven't had a lot of viewing in standard definition but what I have watched is very average of a new TV, mine is the 58" version so I suppose it shows the blemishes even more, it's quite 'cloudy' if that makes sense, it's not unwatchable but you can tell when you aren't in HD that's for sure.
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I have the 58 inch version and although they say HDR a lot, this TV does not have full HDR compliance, it's just HDR compatible meaning it will display HDR content but won't have the full gamut. However, gimmicks aside, this TV has superb black levels and picture quality and that's all that matters surely?
​Thanks for clearing that up, sick of these sly ways that companies false advertise (_;)
​Yeah it's wrong to put HDR on the box when it's not HDR10 compliant. When I go into the options on mine, I have a picture option called HDR mode but it just seems to add more colour to the picture. I still think HDR is overated and will no doubt become the norm in a few years. The TV is incredible and I play a lot of games on my PC and Xbox One, and watch blurays and the picture quality is the best I've ever had, and I owned a 50 inch Sony 50W829 previously and that was an awesome set but this LG blows it away in the game mode and movie mode straight out of the box.
Can I ask what's it like at standard def I.e. Non HD freeview?
prynolfc
EmperorRosko
I have the 58 inch version and although they say HDR a lot, this TV does not have full HDR compliance, it's just HDR compatible meaning it will display HDR content but won't have the full gamut. However, gimmicks aside, this TV has superb black levels and picture quality and that's all that matters surely?


​Thanks for clearing that up, sick of these sly ways that companies false advertise (_;)


​Yeah it's wrong to put HDR on the box when it's not HDR10 compliant. When I go into the options on mine, I have a picture option called HDR mode but it just seems to add more colour to the picture. I still think HDR is overated and will no doubt become the norm in a few years. The TV is incredible and I play a lot of games on my PC and Xbox One, and watch blurays and the picture quality is the best I've ever had, and I owned a 50 inch Sony 50W829 previously and that was an awesome set but this LG blows it away in the game mode and movie mode straight out of the box.
I'm not touching LG now because of the whole RGBW scenario. Lost a customer. You have no idea if you are buying a proper UHD TV. Anyone know if this is true 4k?
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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
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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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So this basically just gives you a few extra channels over normal freeview yet in HD, correct?

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UK free TV channels

I'ts a bit of a swings-and-roundabouts situation, overall there is not much difference between FS and FV although worth noting there's no CH4+1 HD or 4Seven HD on FS
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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
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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!
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.

Edited By: breslau on Aug 23, 2016 20:12
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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
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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!!
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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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Why would Humax send out a 2nd box for what is likely to be a compatibility problem with the Sony TV? I assume you had no other TV that you could have tried to connect the Humax to?
Agree with above negative comments about Humax customer service. Once ordered a Humax refurb Freeview PVR and the HDMI wouldn't work with my Sony TV. Turns out to be a moderately well known issue where each manufacturer blames the other (Sony HDMI is perfect on all other devices). Humax CS were deeply reluctant to send a 2nd box to try so I gave up for a refund and never found out if that model can work with my Sony. Pity as my very first SD PVR was a Humax and was great to begin with, till Freeview frequency rejigging by the broadcasters plus god awful software updates from Humax destroyed that box.
shariifi
I have motorised dish. Does this box has Motorised Dish Setup.? If not, then it is NOT worth even £20.

Don't be silly, it is worth more than £20!
shariifi
I have motorised dish. Does this box has Motorised Dish Setup.? If not, then it is NOT worth even £20.

It's primarily a Freesat box so it's probably not for you. It is however, worth more than £20.
I have motorised dish. Does this box has Motorised Dish Setup.? If not, then it is NOT worth even £20.


Edited By: shariifi on Jul 22, 2016 20:30
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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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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
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L.G. 24 inch Full HD TV/Monitor with FreeSat - £149.99 at Box.co.uk

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I was looking for a small telly for my Mum who's just gone into a care home and the only TV signal is from a shared satellite feed. This is the only one I found with a built-in FreeSat tuner - avoids
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£159
If this is actually a freesat HD tuner (as opposed to just a satellite HD tuner) then it should go off and discover all the 100s of channels and put them all into the Freesat HD EPG. That's how my old Sony works. Try the automatic tuning mode and enter your post code if it asks.

Just be aware that the channels numbers are different to those on Freeview HD.

Otherwise, pretty good deal. I found it really useful having freesat on the bedroom TV as there are more channels (such as the +1s).
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LG 55UH750V Titan Grey - 55inch 4K Ultra HD TV, LED, Smart with Freeview HD + Freesat HD @ Coop Electrical £919.99 with Voucher -Free delivery

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£959.99 which is the cheapest I could find this TV. However with the voucher TV40 this can be had for £919.99. Almost £100 cheaper than I can find elsewhere. Please input voucher: TV40 With it…
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It's my understanding from reading reviews that oled is far better than LED. Now, I know LED (and thus TV) has HDR, but I was under the impression that oled is so superior to LED that it blows the HDR function out the water. Am I wrong? For this price you could get a decent oled TV. Plus, doesn't HDR need a HDR source? There aren't really any HDR sources out yet, and when they are out surely oled HDR would be out and reasonably priced - in which case, is this TV expensive and redundant? There isn't a point in paying a premium for an HDR TV for future proofing if by the time the source is out, much better TVs are available. Am I right?


There is 2 HDR devices out, Samsung 4K HDR bluray player and Panasonic HDR bluray player.

OLED v HDR set depends how the individual sees and likes the different visual fidelity.
It's my understanding from reading reviews that oled is far better than LED. Now, I know LED (and thus TV) has HDR, but I was under the impression that oled is so superior to LED that it blows the HDR function out the water. Am I wrong? For this price you could get a decent oled TV. Plus, doesn't HDR need a HDR source? There aren't really any HDR sources out yet, and when they are out surely oled HDR would be out and reasonably priced - in which case, is this TV expensive and redundant? There isn't a point in paying a premium for an HDR TV for future proofing if by the time the source is out, much better TVs are available. Am I right?
So many cold votes for this...any chance of you cold voters putting the link for a cheaper price. To help out people who are thinking about buy this.,.
tesco selling £139 sharp tv
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£679 at Amazon for the 55UF770V
quidstretchy
£679 at Amazon for the 55UF770V
Not the same TV?
That's why I put the model number.

you're welcome 8)


​So why bother putting an entirely different tv down then?
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Samsung UE65JS9000 £899.00 @currys 65 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV Freeview HD freesat HD HDR 5 years warranty ex display - what hifi 5/5 stars !! - £2699 at Amazon

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Here's the Amazon link @ £2699 for specs https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-UE65JS9000-Inch-Curved-Crystal-Smart-Energy/dp/B00US01MEA For all you cold voters - put up a better deal will you? I'd abs…
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Try ringing up customer service for pcworld to confirm stock available in Macclesfield. They have the ability to allow you to reserve it, giving you priority over staff allocation. However, this varies store to store. For the sake of saving over £1000, I'd say you have nothing to lose by trying. Good luck. You will love this telly. There is nothing out there, not anything, that's better for £899 at 65 inches. All of the cold voters are just jealous. This is the deal of the decade for me and the other lucky ones!
There is one in macclesfield on the wall they won't give it up for toffee even though its showing as stock in another store on the system.
Leecarter - well done and enjoy your super new telly! There is nothing, not anything that compares with this for £899, anywhere! You're the lucky one !!
another available at cribbs causeway just checked on line
got one today at pc world longwell green Bristol £899 amazing tv so happy best buy ever
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SAMSUNG UE48JU750048 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV Freeview HD freesat HD £699.00 richersounds

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This is a good price imo, dropped again recently. Samsung, 4k, 3d so ticks enough boxes for me. 6 year richer sounds guarantee. Only Refurbs or open-box products left. No Brand New units. - parker…
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I work in Currys so I am lucky enough to spend a lot of time around the different TVs and trust me the LG is not all it's cracked up to be - motion blur is horrendous on them.
The reason for this is that it is not OLED but OLED backlighting. This means that it is no different for motion than any other LG TV.
Gryzor
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Just wait. LG's OLED will be dropping below a grand during the summer. If you're gonna pay 700 for 4k means you really appreciate quality and then you can pay another 200 for the best. Just imagine buying this now and stumble upon an OLED deal 2 months later. Bummer...


​sorry mate, your comments are wanted here, they have only just worked out 4K let alone HDR and HDMI2.


No, not a bummer. You could sell it on eBay and then buy the pled
adamc11
I work in Currys so I am lucky enough to spend a lot of time around the different TVs and trust me the LG is not all it's cracked up to be - motion blur is horrendous on them.
Sorry to talk work. What's your opinion on the best tv for under 800? Thanks :-)
Have a look at this one if you get a change, believe Currys sell this also..
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-viera-tx-50cx802b-smart-3d-4k-ultra-hd-50-led-tv-with-5-years-warranty-2453579?p=28083617
Yeah I'm thinking of getting a new tv once the house is sorted (got flooded on boxing day) luckily my friend lent me his TV. I'm after a 4k 3d which I'll also be using for gaming console and pc gaming. Let's say I have a grand what sort of TV should I be looking for if anyone can help. Last time I bought a TV was when 1080p first came out so I don't have a sodding clue lol

From last years Samsung's you basically want JU7000 upwards at minimum in my opinion. This 7500 is basically the JU7000 with a curve and slightly better response time.
Yeah I'm thinking of getting a new tv once the house is sorted (got flooded on boxing day) luckily my friend lent me his TV. I'm after a 4k 3d which I'll also be using for gaming console and pc gaming. Let's say I have a grand what sort of TV should I be looking for if anyone can help. Last time I bought a TV was when 1080p first came out so I don't have a sodding clue lol
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Hisense 50-Inch Widescreen 4K Smart LED TV with Freeview HD & Freesat £399.99 at Amazon

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50" 4k Smart TV for under £400 can't be bad! >>>>> This is the new [april] 2016 H50M3300 one! - 008
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Does anyone have any idea when the Hisense H8 series (50H8C & 55H8C) will be released in the UK? There is very little info on the internet & these are the models I'm holding out for.
I decided to go for this TV as I really needed one due to other TV breaking

I'm not sure how I feel about it, I've noticed a lot of lag on Netflix 4K, and playing Uncharted 4, it doesn't look very good and it feel very choppy and laggy, despite the game running very smooth on my older Sharp TV.

Hmm...
If you're planning on gaming on this TV, don't. Unplayable input lag.

Can anyone else confirm?
will SD content look good on this set
SD content looks awful on any set.
Wish they would ditch the SD channels now
Nonsense, SD looks fine on my plasma, looked great on CRT too. It's modern TVs that make SD look terrible. :-) I'd love to see more HD channels too though SD will be here for a while yet.
Ok for those interested, the TV is up, wall mounted on a cantilever bracket, the picture is awesome on Netflix 4k and superb on HD channels, I'm no AV geek or expert, just a family man who wanted a decent ATV for us all.
Not had a chance to try all feature but the switch between inputs is slick and it works well withy humax box.

Well worth every penny IMO
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Humax Refurbished Freeview/Freesat Boxes from £39.00 + £7.00 next day delivery @ Humax Direct

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Old favorite but worth another posting, all these boxes come with 1 years warranty and look as new, come with new accessories and full instructions. I have a HB-1000S Freesat box for £39 and it is ab…
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Picked up a Humax 1800-T freeview HD PVR for £79.99; great deal as £135 new
frownbreaker
4) Remotes work well but Humax make the BT TV box so if you have one of these you need to only have one device on at a time.
There is a secret to avoid the BT TV (or any Humax conflict) :) with the BT TV box powered off, and your Humax box on, press and hold OK and 0 on the Humax remote for 5 seconds. You should get a prompt on screen to change the remote channel (frequency) - press between 2-5) and your done! Works great, and Logitech Harmony remotes recognise this too 8)
Thanks did this on the FoxSAT unit and it worked fine, took me a few goes this is a longer guide if anyone has issues.
Many thanks! Remember the newer YouView units are locked to code set 1 so you need to select a number from 2 to 6. The default for the FoxSAT is code set one same as the new YouView units.
https://community.youview.com/youview/topics/conflict_of_humax_remotes
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Has anybody bought one of these in the past?
Do they last?
I got a couple of the PVR 1000 first one fine, second one was having issues with recording. I ran ran some checks on the drive (took it out and connect to a PC) bad sectors - Ran Spinrite on it. Reinstalled all fine. Both units now >4 years old used daily.
A couple of things about the Humax units
1) Picture quality is MUCH better than the units built into most TV (I've a Sony and the SAT image on the Humax is much better than the TV's SAT tuner) I fact I'd say of all the receivers the Humax picture quality on FreeSAT is very good. Audio is flawless
2) The Humax units I've seen are really well made and they run cool with virtually no noise except for the HD
3) On some model you can connect a USB drive and copy programs off the disk. However HD recordings are encrypted. The cheapest way to record unencrypted HD is with a Raspberry Pi and MyGiga DVB-2 USB stick £14 with a TV Antenna.
4) Remotes work well but Humax make the BT TV box so if you have one of these you need to only have one device on at a time.
5) If you are used to Sky you might be surprised how good the picture is and the units are cool to the touch!
6) The Power supply is built into the box and is well made I've had Humax kit that is 8 years old still going strong!
7) The newer humax models support on demand TV and you can push Youtube from your phone to the Humax (Andriod) not sure about other Phones.8) The older PVR TV units can use modified firmware allowing FreeSAT channels and unencrypted Astra in the same channel list. (There will be no or series record EPG for non FreeSAT channels)
Great find! Heat++
do the Astra channels include sport?
No
Bought twice from Humaxdirect in about 4 years. First was a HD-Fox-T2 Freeview (add a USB drive and it becomes an HDR) and the one that arrived on Tuesday was a Humax HDR-1100S 500GB Freesat.
The Freeview always has this ghosting problem, like encryption scrambling around the edges of images when the USB device is plugged in, but a few power offs and on fixes it. Without the USB it works as it should every time.
The Freesat gave me a shock tonight, as it appeared to have powered itself off. PSU showed no green light, after swapping cables and everything, leaving the PSU unplugged for 10 minutes, and trying again it came back to life.
The "Graded" stuff is a bit hit and miss, though it does come with the same 1 year guarantee.
You pays your money and takes your choice, but Freesat has way more interesting channels than Freeview.
Same here but with 2 new Freesat boxes. They kept going off. For some unknown reason, after 30 to 45 minutes they list power. I returned the first one and swapped it. When the second one did the same, I just asked for a refund. I am ditching sky and need a reliable Freesat recorder. Any advice?
Freesat set-top boxes with record seems to be a niche market, with Humax seeming to have the most products. There seems to be Bush and Manhattan offering lower cost options.
Freesat advertise these ones, including a Sagecom.http://www.freesat.co.uk/get-freesat/all-boxes



Manhattan is the best of these, but difficult to source, and the Grundig,Bush and Goodmans are the same but in different cases.
Bought twice from Humaxdirect in about 4 years. First was a HD-Fox-T2 Freeview (add a USB drive and it becomes an HDR) and the one that arrived on Tuesday was a Humax HDR-1100S 500GB Freesat.
The Freeview always has this ghosting problem, like encryption scrambling around the edges of images when the USB device is plugged in, but a few power offs and on fixes it. Without the USB it works as it should every time.
The Freesat gave me a shock tonight, as it appeared to have powered itself off. PSU showed no green light, after swapping cables and everything, leaving the PSU unplugged for 10 minutes, and trying again it came back to life.
The "Graded" stuff is a bit hit and miss, though it does come with the same 1 year guarantee.
You pays your money and takes your choice, but Freesat has way more interesting channels than Freeview.
Same here but with 2 new Freesat boxes. They kept going off. For some unknown reason, after 30 to 45 minutes they list power. I returned the first one and swapped it. When the second one did the same, I just asked for a refund. I am ditching sky and need a reliable Freesat recorder. Any advice?

Freesat set-top boxes with record seems to be a niche market, with Humax seeming to have the most products. There seems to be Bush and Manhattan offering lower cost options.

Freesat advertise these ones, including a Sagecom.

http://www.freesat.co.uk/get-freesat/all-boxes
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Saw this in York Clifton Moor yesterday.
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Only 10-bit panels with HDMI 2.0a deliver true HDR - this is an 8-bit. However, it will be able to play HDR content in a limited capacity because it has a frimware update to HDMI 2.0a.

To reduce this confusion a new standard has been agreed called Ultra HD Premium for all panels that are 10-bit and therefore can deliver true HDR. Hope that helps!
AJ92
Umm isn't HDR new for 2016 TVs?? As it looks like this is a 2015 TV based on JL reviews.
Digged a bit on the HDR and found this in avforums which is a bit of a let down if you were keen on HDR10.

Although the JU7500 doesn't support high dynamic range (HDR) it does include Peak Illuminator for improving the dynamic range.
I have been looking at this TV for the last couple of weeks. From the reviews on John Lewis it sounds like there is an upgrade that enables hdr. It's also currently £749 at ask direct or £759 at Crampton and Moore
AJ92
Umm isn't HDR new for 2016 TVs?? As it looks like this is a 2015 TV based on JL reviews.


​No. Some 2015 TV's have the specs required to deliver HDR. Admittedly, some in a limited fashion.
Umm isn't HDR new for 2016 TVs?? As it looks like this is a 2015 TV based on JL reviews.

Edited By: AJ92 on May 02, 2016 09:39
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rasdonny
might seem like a silly question to some - but does this need an existing satellite dish or does it come with one(_;)
With all due respect, I'd say you might have been on to something when you said it might seem like a silly question.. to some.. but not me though ;). Now that aside, it does not come with a dish. I think most people start of with Sky, get fed up of paying their excessive bills every month and switch to Freesat. When you cancel Sky, they don't take the dish away as you effectively own it. IT is then a simple matter of plugging the existing satellite cable into the back of the Freesat box.
thanks for your patience and for taking time to reply, now i get it ...appreciated :)
rasdonny
might seem like a silly question to some - but does this need an existing satellite dish or does it come with one(_;)
With all due respect, I'd say you might have been on to something when you said it might seem like a silly question.. to some.. but not me though ;). Now that aside, it does not come with a dish. I think most people start of with Sky, get fed up of paying their excessive bills every month and switch to Freesat. When you cancel Sky, they don't take the dish away as you effectively own it. IT is then a simple matter of plugging the existing satellite cable into the back of the Freesat box.
might seem like a silly question to some - but does this need an existing satellite dish or does it come with one(_;)
> Slower to boot up than Sky.

The slow boot time is quite annoying and none of the firmware updates have improved this. It does mean you need to take the Humax out of standby first before you turn on your other gear (TV, 5.1 system etc.).

> Having to click 3 buttons before getting to "Favourites" each time, is annoying.

I delete all the channels I don't need so I don't have to use Favourites at all. Snag is that the Humax adds brand new channels automatically without prompting (which is very irritating indeed) and I have to manually delete them (which you can only do when the Humax isn't recording). The lack of channel reordering is highly frustrating too - can't have BBC One HD as the 1st channel, BBC Two HD as the 2nd etc.

> The "clicking" sound on most of the remote buttons, soon gets very annoying!

My remote packed in (took immense strength to get the buttons to work) and I bought a "silent" clone replacement for less than half the price of the orignal. Different button layout again, but all of the functions are available and I've got used to it now - it's a better remote simply because of the button silence if nothing else :-)

I think the worst thing about the UI is indeed the lack of shortcuts (no use of the 4 coloured buttons - well used by Sky boxes - is a criminal offence in my books) - trying playing something from USB or DLNA requires way too many presses for example.




Edited By: rkl on May 03, 2016 07:26
lowzer
my mate was paying sky £50 month for all channels,,he has cancelled and now has same channels for one off (fee) of £60,ok he doesn't have 7 day epg or all the fancy bells and whistles sky had,,but to be able to watch all same programmes for said price,,he is well chuffed and no going back

But sadly the supplier could hop off with his cash at any moment and the line could go dead. He had zero come back as what he's doing and what the supplier is doing is illegal.

Obviously you save a vast amount of money but you pay your money and take your chance. He could be left stranded next week.

There are also plenty of boxes that do have 7 day EPG. But they need regular updates and you need to know how to do this. They're not for those with no tech knowledge.
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BT vision boxes are going for £25 on eBay, even seen new ones in cash converters for £20. do they not do the same thing?


​No. I can't get a decent TV signal through my YouView box as we've just moved house. Tried a signal booster, but it's no better.

Freesat is the only option for me.
BT vision boxes are going for £25 on eBay, even seen new ones in cash converters for £20. do they not do the same thing?
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Zgemma h2s with gift... Records, pauses and rewinds
​And needs a programmer degree to configure
Nonsense. I got one with no knowledge whatsoever. Took a few days to learn everything. It's actually best to FTP into the box using a program like FileZilla which means you just drag and drop from your PC over your network, without having to do anything with the receiver. Samba is also a good program you can use within your receiver.
If you're inpatient and unwilling to learn, then yes, it's not for you.
​Not nonsense. I've worked with enough IT illiterate numpties over the years, and you can deffo forget Samba and FTP.
Another thing. These little gift cards that are the sole reason to buy these and get free SKY. The money funds terrorism.

You really had me there, until that last sentence.
Lol! PMSL.X)X)X)
Brilliant!


Edited By: heada on Apr 24, 2016 19:29
tommy6000009
finnmaccool
arjun311
Zgemma h2s with gift... Records, pauses and rewinds


​And needs a programmer degree to configure


Nonsense. I got one with no knowledge whatsoever. Took a few days to learn everything. It's actually best to FTP into the box using a program like FileZilla which means you just drag and drop from your PC over your network, without having to do anything with the receiver. Samba is also a good program you can use within your receiver.

If you're inpatient and unwilling to learn, then yes, it's not for you.


​Not nonsense. I've worked with enough IT illiterate numpties over the years, and you can deffo forget Samba and FTP.
Another thing. These little gift cards that are the sole reason to buy these and get free SKY. The money funds terrorism.
3guesses
chocci
kowalski
you can pick up a Humax/BT T2100 box for the same price (~£59) on eBay. It's not Freesat but it's excellent.
£58 from cex with two year warranty. Fantastic boxes.
Can you transfer recordings from the T2100 to a PC?

no, I don't think you can

you need a HDR-FOX T2 for that (?)

https://hummy.tv/forum/forums/hd-hdr-fox-t2-customised-firmware.28/
finnmaccool
arjun311
Zgemma h2s with gift... Records, pauses and rewinds


​And needs a programmer degree to configure


Nonsense. I got one with no knowledge whatsoever. Took a few days to learn everything. It's actually best to FTP into the box using a program like FileZilla which means you just drag and drop from your PC over your network, without having to do anything with the receiver. Samba is also a good program you can use within your receiver.

If you're inpatient and unwilling to learn, then yes, it's not for you.
i remeber buying a goodmans box it was faulty,a family member bought one that was also had the same fault someone else i know bought a goodmans branded box a software update knackerd the tuner to where it would only tune through none freesat mode

Granted this was the box without pvr but i dont think much of there quality in the goodmans brand
http://www.joinfreesat.co.uk/official-harvard-statement-on-box-failures/

Edited By: shakey1981 on Apr 24, 2016 11:17: spellimg
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I have smart tv with freeview and freesat,which I change over to suit my mood,I also have an outside camera at my house,will this record when i am out so I can see who has been at my door
LOL....NO oO
I have smart tv with freeview and freesat,which I change over to suit my mood,I also have an outside camera at my house,will this record when i am out so I can see who has been at my door
Coupon code "HUMAXBD1" is not valid.
:(
We bought the white 1010 wifi model last month as an upgrade for the old Foxsat box we had.

To be honest we've not recorded any programmes on it yet as you can watch anything you miss on the built in catch up services.
Incognitoso
What are you getting with free sat ?? All good TV channels need to pay .
+ High range smart TV have built in dual antenas Freeview + Sat + old type antena
Connect HDD via USB and record : )
But now all this sat and Freeview - Replacing by IP TV
BT Fibre coming to all houses so speed to stream dual or 3 stream at the same time will be now problem NONE cable NONE antenas NO Recorders as IP TV give pre -recorded

Not everyone can get Freeview due to location or the lack of having an aerial fitted, but still may want to watch live TV and record a few things....



Edited By: hg80 on Apr 08, 2016 16:12
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code doesn't work
Yes, it appears to be a freeview box - need to change description or delete!
Link takes you to a freeview box?!
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hi I want to be able to run one of these and also get the signal in another room is there an adaptor that I can plug and normal RF aerial lead into the back
Nemesis100
Zaxxan
I have the older model. It has saved me a fortune since leaving sky. I now have Freesat and NowTV entertainment, it now costs my about £3.50 amonth (buying cheap NowTV offers) instead of £36 and I watch exactly the same channels.
Can you record NowTV channels on to the Humax?
Thanks

No you can't, but there is no need as the NowTV has most things on demand so that you can watch it when you want to.


Edited By: Zaxxan on Mar 28, 2016 11:03
Zaxxan
I have the older model. It has saved me a fortune since leaving sky. I now have Freesat and NowTV entertainment, it now costs my about £3.50 amonth (buying cheap NowTV offers) instead of £36 and I watch exactly the same channels.

Can you record NowTV channels on to the Humax?
Thanks
frownbreaker
reserves
Way cheaper to buy a BT branded Humax box (although based on a different model), unless I'm missing something?
This is a PVR with series record it uses SAT inputs and can record 2 channels at the same time.
It has a 1TB hard disk and you can series record etc.
Files from the HD can be coped to USB (SD only HD files are encrypted and can only be played on the player that recorded them - Shame
Agree the BT Humax unit is cheaper but this is a lot more capable this can also stream content from the youtube app on Android etc...
It supports UPNP and can stream MKV, AVI files locally or remote (SMB etc)
Finally this is FREESAT not Freeview!

Ahh, missed that it was Freesat, all good :)
Nicolas
Zaxxan
I have the older model. It has saved me a fortune since leaving sky. I now have Freesat and NowTV entertainment, it now costs my about £3.50 amonth (buying cheap NowTV offers) instead of £36 and I watch exactly the same channels.


But is it exactly the same channels
I thought sky have a lot more channels than nowtv plus now tv sky channels are catch up only ?


​you only miss out on a couple of channels. if you look through your sky TV guide you think you have tons of channels but now many are +1 ect and ones that no one ever watches. you can use your now tv box as a catch up but you can also watch all films live and it's the same for the movies
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Can you use an external hdd on these?

Yes - there is a USB port on the front


Thanks
MrGoodfella46
Can you use an external hdd on these?

Yes - there is a USB port on the front
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wilson1973
So that has freesat inside,sorry I don't know much about these things could somebody explain what you need
With free view a standard aerial is needed.
With freesat you need a satellite dish (Ie previously had sky or had your own dish fitted).
Thanks
Can you use an external hdd on these?
just ditched sky and hooked up the 500gb, straight swap and no complaints. These also have an app for netflix built in which was a bonus. for non techies, 2tb is a good option, for best value, by the 500gb and upgrade yourself.
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What the difference between this day the 48ju6000 which is gojng for around 530

let me know if you find out :)
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grv999
One connect mini is 185x75x20mm

Thanks, exactly what I was after.

grv999
stesavingexpert
Got mine from John Lewis today and it is also a Samsung panel. Relieved!
Is yours wobbly? Worried I have a dodgy stand

The stands are garbage, I doubt its faulty. Mine will be mounted on a cantilever stand when it arrives. (even that has a bit of wobble/play)

Good news in regards to the panel though.


Tightened it up a bit and put it on the tv unit and it's not as bad. Not wobbling when I walk past it at least!
grv999
One connect mini is 185x75x20mm

Thanks, exactly what I was after.

grv999
stesavingexpert
Got mine from John Lewis today and it is also a Samsung panel. Relieved!
Is yours wobbly? Worried I have a dodgy stand

The stands are garbage, I doubt its faulty. Mine will be mounted on a cantilever stand when it arrives. (even that has a bit of wobble/play)

Good news in regards to the panel though.

Edited By: parkersblock on Mar 24, 2016 11:28
There is some flexibility in it but not much. It is going on the wall later anyway.

grv999
stesavingexpert
Got mine from John Lewis today and it is also a Samsung panel. Relieved!
Is yours wobbly? Worried I have a dodgy stand
stesavingexpert
Got mine from John Lewis today and it is also a Samsung panel. Relieved!


Is yours wobbly? Worried I have a dodgy stand
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Looks mighty nice. Sadly my search for the ever increasingly elusive 37 inch telly must continue!
This one is the curved one. Possibly if you ignore the depth, it may be the same width as the 37 inch when look at it with a flat front. J
That was my initial thought... Or hope anyway.
Checked the specs, and it's literally 1 inch too wide to fit in the only practical place it could go. As tempted as I am, I don't think the landlord would appreciate me chipping away at his walls!
Thanks for the thought though.
ThunderBolt
Looks mighty nice. Sadly my search for the ever increasingly elusive 37 inch telly must continue!
This one is the curved one. Possibly if you ignore the depth, it may be the same width as the 37 inch when look at it with a flat front. J
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Am trying the price match for the 48 inch. Lets see how it goes.
How did it go?
They said they will get back to me
d84rk_knight
Am trying the price match for the 48 inch. Lets see how it goes.

48" 6510 model at John Lewis is for £799 and £649 at Hills sound & vision. But unfortunately John Lewis do not price match Hills Sound & Vision. They may price match the 6500 for £629 which is available at sonic direct but you loose out on the freesat and some other features. Good luck!
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£69 at Kingston, Milton Keynes unfortunately
omendata
Its a piece of rubbish - better to get yourslef onto ebay and buy a used or new Talktalk youview box DN370T or better still a DN371 - Got mine for £15 - better than this junk it records two channels and has all the iplayer gadgets and no you dont need to have a talktalk account to use it unlike the Virgin Tivo boxes for sale on ebay which are about as useful as a chocolate tampon - although if you can get one for a tenner you could always open it up and use the 500gb/1tb western digital green hard drives in your pc! Just remember the Tivo hard drives are green so arent that fast.

What are you on about? This is not Freeview (with added internet PPV services), how can you be comparing two different formats of receiving a television signal....have you even thought about why there are differing ways to receive a television signal?

Now let us get onto your other piece of fiction 'piece of rubbish'...not everyone is you...whilst I appreciate being able to record two channels on my Freesat box (yes, you may have guessed it, my aerial is lousy and I appreciate the choice of channels Freesat affords me) not everyone needs that.

If this is 'junk' then equally the Freeview based Youview options are 'junk' to those that cannot use them.
Its a piece of rubbish - better to get yourslef onto ebay and buy a used or new Talktalk youview box DN370T or better still a DN371 - Got mine for £15 - better than this junk it records two channels and has all the iplayer gadgets and no you dont need to have a talktalk account to use it unlike the Virgin Tivo boxes for sale on ebay which are about as useful as a chocolate tampon - although if you can get one for a tenner you could always open it up and use the 500gb/1tb western digital green hard drives in your pc! Just remember the Tivo hard drives are green so arent that fast.


Edited By: omendata on Mar 11, 2016 00:51
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just popped there, none in stock in beaumont leys now


​Yep - I had them both. I would have taken a 3rd had they got a third for each telly!
Vashetti

Try some reading comprehension and you'll find that..
Same point already made 3 or 4 times.
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Ive just bought this from the liverpool branch....and got it for £378! and its awesome....

No issues with fast moving sports, sound quality before ive even connected it to my AV is really decent. The built in OS and apps are really simple to use and contain quite a bit. Everything ive cast so far to my chromecast has streamed really well and looks good quality and the reason i say that is because i wasnt sure how it would cope on a 49" compared to a 32".

Plus 6 years warrenty and i have to admit the service by richer sounds is second to none!!
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Mrs Loyal works for Waitrose so I got a partner card which gets you 25% off at John Lewis, apart from electrical gear which is 12% I believe, but they don't ship electricals abroad.
Like of course stuff like that is way too large for her lug over when she flies over every couple of months but you can get some decent deals over here that balance it out when you strike whilst the iron is hot.
This is my fourth flat panel ...... my first was a 32 inch Panasonic I got around 2005 which was stupid money, like 1500 quid I think. Then about a couple or three years later I bought a 40 inch Sony which was even more ridiculous dough like about 1800 quid I think, then I got a 50 inch Samsung around 4 or 5 years ago that was 'only' around a monkey.
Been making do with a 32 inch Samsung over here which my old man bought before he died, was around 6 years old and did the job but I wanted something new.
I was unsure about a curved screen and if I'm honest had I been going to lob it up on the wall I'd not have bought it but sat on an AV unit you can swivel it about a bit. That all said n done as yet I've not noticed any of the glare issues people speak about but I've only had it a week or so, there ain't been much sun shining in the day and even if there was the 'brat bin' is pretty dark anyway.
I really fiddled about with the picture settings last night, kind of going with what an 'expert' from avforums.com advises and it's made quite a difference, very happy with it, and the 'game mode' preset is excellent
Other than my 'Lucky Goldstar' I've not really owned anything even worth admitting too to be honest, I bought what I think was called a Vistro? 42inch plasma about 10years ago for £800, which at the time i thought was the Mut's nuts, but was probably horrific even by AV standards back then.
I then bought a 39inch Polaroid 720p LCD TV for £400, which i gave away a couple years later as the screen tearing was terrible whilst playing Xbox360 games or watching fast moving sports.
Just before buying the LG i was using a 32inch CRT type BUSH TV for around a year - so you can see that my original question on which TV to buy was fueled purely on the basis that i just haven't a clue what a good picture looks like :)
Based on user reviews and some first hand impressions of TVs I've seen in store I've mainly been looking at Sony BRAVIAs and 2014-15 6 series Samsungs, all of which are around the £500-600 mark (which at the moment is the top end of my budget) I do want to see this LG in store and the Panasonic if possible before i pull the trigger though.
If i do end up buying one of these and it explodes or runs off with my girlfriend however, you'll have first dibs on the "I told you so's" ;)
Thanks for the reply

No need to thank me mate but you welcome nonetheless, of all the tellies I've listed above the only one there was a problem with was the 32 inch Samsung my old man bought over here in Austria.

Being the older generation and having paid a lot of dough for that set at the time the salesman talked him in to an extended warranty and luckily, or unluckily whichever way you look at it, the thing came in to use a couple of months before the time was up. The screen just went, like it switched on and there was sound but no picture at all.

Stöhr the local shop me old man got it from came and took it away, a week or two later it returned and all fine. To be fair that was at least three years ago now, never been a problem since then but I just wanted something new for me gaming.

Did me research and hunted around the usual places like mediamarkt.at and saturn.at and amazon.de till one of the half a dozen or so I was interested in had a biting price.

See I could be 'relieved of my duties' over here tomorrow and then I got a hell of a lot of gear I got to shift back to the UK so I really resisted big things like televisions for years but it came to the point I missed my proper telly, my home rig of Denon and Arcam delights, my Q Acoustics floor standers etc way too much and thus treated myself to all this gear over the last week or two.

As that irritating froggie who used to play for the frontwheels and jaw-dees said in his L'Oréal advert :{ because I'm worth it
Mrs Loyal works for Waitrose so I got a partner card which gets you 25% off at John Lewis, apart from electrical gear which is 12% I believe, but they don't ship electricals abroad.
Like of course stuff like that is way too large for her lug over when she flies over every couple of months but you can get some decent deals over here that balance it out when you strike whilst the iron is hot.
This is my fourth flat panel ...... my first was a 32 inch Panasonic I got around 2005 which was stupid money, like 1500 quid I think. Then about a couple or three years later I bought a 40 inch Sony which was even more ridiculous dough like about 1800 quid I think, then I got a 50 inch Samsung around 4 or 5 years ago that was 'only' around a monkey.
Been making do with a 32 inch Samsung over here which my old man bought before he died, was around 6 years old and did the job but I wanted something new.
I was unsure about a curved screen and if I'm honest had I been going to lob it up on the wall I'd not have bought it but sat on an AV unit you can swivel it about a bit. That all said n done as yet I've not noticed any of the glare issues people speak about but I've only had it a week or so, there ain't been much sun shining in the day and even if there was the 'brat bin' is pretty dark anyway.
I really fiddled about with the picture settings last night, kind of going with what an 'expert' from avforums.com advises and it's made quite a difference, very happy with it, and the 'game mode' preset is excellent

Other than my 'Lucky Goldstar' I've not really owned anything even worth admitting too to be honest, I bought what I think was called a Vistro? 42inch plasma about 10years ago for £800, which at the time i thought was the Mut's nuts, but was probably horrific even by AV standards back then.
I then bought a 39inch Polaroid 720p LCD TV for £400, which i gave away a couple years later as the screen tearing was terrible whilst playing Xbox360 games or watching fast moving sports.
Just before buying the LG i was using a 32inch CRT type BUSH TV for around a year - so you can see that my original question on which TV to buy was fueled purely on the basis that i just haven't a clue what a good picture looks like :)

Based on user reviews and some first hand impressions of TVs I've seen in store I've mainly been looking at Sony BRAVIAs and 2014-15 6 series Samsungs, all of which are around the £500-600 mark (which at the moment is the top end of my budget) I do want to see this LG in store and the Panasonic if possible before i pull the trigger though.

If i do end up buying one of these and it explodes or runs off with my girlfriend however, you'll have first dibs on the "I told you so's" ;)

Thanks for the reply
Gman26
Me well informed? Nah not at all so I'd not recommend anything in particular apart from not recommending Lucky Goldstar because they just have a bad name, bad image and the odd person I know who has had one had dramas with them.
I very recently 'upgraded' to a Samsung UE 48 J 6300 series curved which is two inches smaller than what I got back home in the UK but it was a decent price for a telly as well received by reviewers as this was one was when it launched last summer, I got it for €599.http://www.mediamarkt.at/de/product/_samsung-ue-48-j-6370-suxzg-curved-led-tv-1406120.html
Oh and I then went against all my extreme AV beliefs by not just investing in a 'one box solutuion' soundbar on Sunday just gone, but also purchasing a Samsung one at that.
Hmmmm I am more your Yamaha, Onkyo and Arcam kind of geezer on that front but Media Markt were doing a one day special on the Samsung HW-J650 which I picked up for €256. It's back up to €399 now so that really was a great deal for another product that has had pretty solid reviews from outlets I tend to trust as much as is possible in this game.
So there you have it, the darkest home entertainment secrets of a Brit marooned in Austria indefinitely revealed (_;) I hope you're happy now.
Nice, I've looked at the Samsungs previously, I was on the verge of buying the UE55H6400 last year when John Lewis had one on sale for £550 but i was too late and missed it :(
I don't want a curved screen as i want to wall mount however the UE48JU6400 is on Richersounds for £599, may go in store to compare a few sets.

Mrs Loyal works for Waitrose so I got a partner card which gets you 25% off at John Lewis, apart from electrical gear which is 12% I believe, but they don't ship electricals abroad.

Like of course stuff like that is way too large for her lug over when she flies over every couple of months but you can get some decent deals over here that balance it out when you strike whilst the iron is hot.

This is my fourth flat panel ...... my first was a 32 inch Panasonic I got around 2005 which was stupid money, like 1500 quid I think. Then about a couple or three years later I bought a 40 inch Sony which was even more ridiculous dough like about 1800 quid I think, then I got a 50 inch Samsung around 4 or 5 years ago that was 'only' around a monkey.

Been making do with a 32 inch Samsung over here which my old man bought before he died, was around 6 years old and did the job but I wanted something new.

I was unsure about a curved screen and if I'm honest had I been going to lob it up on the wall I'd not have bought it but sat on an AV unit you can swivel it about a bit. That all said n done as yet I've not noticed any of the glare issues people speak about but I've only had it a week or so, there ain't been much sun shining in the day and even if there was the 'brat bin' is pretty dark anyway.

I really fiddled about with the picture settings last night, kind of going with what an 'expert' from avforums.com advises and it's made quite a difference, very happy with it, and the 'game mode' preset is excellent.
Me well informed? Nah not at all so I'd not recommend anything in particular apart from not recommending Lucky Goldstar because they just have a bad name, bad image and the odd person I know who has had one had dramas with them.
I very recently 'upgraded' to a Samsung UE 48 J 6300 series curved which is two inches smaller than what I got back home in the UK but it was a decent price for a telly as well received by reviewers as this was one was when it launched last summer, I got it for €599.http://www.mediamarkt.at/de/product/_samsung-ue-48-j-6370-suxzg-curved-led-tv-1406120.html
Oh and I then went against all my extreme AV beliefs by not just investing in a 'one box solutuion' soundbar on Sunday just gone, but also purchasing a Samsung one at that.
Hmmmm I am more your Yamaha, Onkyo and Arcam kind of geezer on that front but Media Markt were doing a one day special on the Samsung HW-J650 which I picked up for €256. It's back up to €399 now so that really was a great deal for another product that has had pretty solid reviews from outlets I tend to trust as much as is possible in this game.
So there you have it, the darkest home entertainment secrets of a Brit marooned in Austria indefinitely revealed (_;) I hope you're happy now.

Nice, I've looked at the Samsungs previously, I was on the verge of buying the UE55H6400 last year when John Lewis had one on sale for £550 but i was too late and missed it :(

I don't want a curved screen as i want to wall mount however the UE48JU6400 is on Richersounds for £599, may go in store to compare a few sets.
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HumaxDirect Refurbished Freesat HDR-1000S 500GB HD TV Recorder + Freetime £106.00, Also 1TB at £146

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*10% CODE NO LONGER WORKS* Back in Stock as of 17th Feb The price is £99 plus £7 delivery. Still a very good price. I've been waiting a good while for these now. This is a great little deal that ha…
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Ozodimal, was the remote you recieved white or black as the HDR1010s originally shipped with a white remote? I'm just wondering if it's a bit of pot luck as to what remote you get.
The remote was white, like the box, and both appeared brand new. Sorry not to make myself clear. I've got it running from my old Sky dish which I now have to upgrade to HDplus (ie quad LNB and additional coax down lead kit). Got in mind this one and would appreciate comments:-

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/120608902844?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Or this one with a single coax:-

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/270460946585?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Latter probably better for me, as I have an older dish than a Mk4 and will need an LNB adapter

Thanks


Edited By: ozodimal on Mar 24, 2016 22:08
ozodimal
It arrived today (16/03/2016) and checked out all OK. Remote is the "universal" type on the RHS of Majumba's pic. All the accessories were neatly coiled, etc, in sealed packets and the 1010S itself appears to be in mint condition. Very pleased with the item and indeed with Freesat. Thanks OP!

Ozodimal, was the remote you recieved white or black as the HDR1010s originally shipped with a white remote? I'm just wondering if it's a bit of pot luck as to what remote you get.

For anyone else who has ordered one of the refurbs, did you get a programmable remote to be able to control the TV, and if so which model did you buy? Looking to get one myself and would prefer a programmable one if possible.
Thanks Majumba. Your HDR 1000S remote doesn't seem to match the picture in the Manual, where it says that the TV button will blink once when pressed. If it doesn't then it suggests that Humax's claim that refurbished items (including ancillaries) will "look and work as new" is not the case with your remote. You have a 1 year warranty and it should be honoured! Have you tried going through the TV setting procedure ignoring the fact that the TV button does not light? It might work if you haven't. Obviously something I'll have to look out for (same remote on the 1010S).

PS; It arrived today (16/03/2016) and checked out all OK. Remote is the "universal" type on the RHS of Majumba's pic. All the accessories were neatly coiled, etc, in sealed packets and the 1010S itself appears to be in mint condition. Very pleased with the item and indeed with Freesat. Thanks OP!

Edited By: ozodimal on Mar 16, 2016 20:41: Added update
ozodimal
Majumba
The remote I received doesn't control the TV like they normally do, which is really annoying. I've been in touch with Humax who were going to swap it until they found out it was a refurb. Grrr!!!
Have you viewed the instructions for harmonising the remote to your TV in the appropriate manual (1000 or 1010) via the links in my post #86 above? If so, are you saying that the codes given don't work?
The codes don't word as the remote is not universal. Humax confirmed this. I'm not saying everyone will receive a non-universal remote, but I did.
The universal control I got with my HD-1000S is on the right and the non-universal remote I got with the HDR-1000S is on the left. You can see that the STB and TV buttons don't illuminate. Some other buttons have been moved around too.
http://i208.photobucket.com/albums/bb78/SidAndBob/Forum/P1030778_zpsh2wth2vw.jpg
Majumba
The remote I received doesn't control the TV like they normally do, which is really annoying. I've been in touch with Humax who were going to swap it until they found out it was a refurb. Grrr!!!
Have you viewed the instructions for harmonising the remote to your TV in the appropriate manual (1000 or 1010) via the links in my post #86 above? If so, are you saying that the codes given don't work?
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Humax Freesat HB-1000S HD freetime Box £69.95 at Richer Sounds

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harry66
Bargain. I had the equivalent Humax Freeview box with an external HDD - worked a treat.
Alternatively, If you have half decent technical PC knowledge and an extra £30 you could consider a Wetek OpenElec box with dual Sat tuners for £99. With a bit of installing and tweaking you can get it to run Kodi + TVHeadend etc and make it a full blown PVR with all the other benefits of Kodi.
I got mine to replace a Sky HD box - recording stuff to a NAS drive rather than local HDD..
Granted it isnt as stable as a Humax or Sky box - but the flexibility and additional features more than makes up for it.
I love my Wetek for a lot of things, but I've pretty much given up trying to use it as a satellite box.

I had quite a few problems at the beginning - but then I was new to the world of Kodi / TVHeadend etc. But once I got over the issues, my box has been fairly stable for the past few months. I record TV shows to my NAS so that I can watch them on my tablet. I also record the more important progs to my YouView box - just in case the Wetek fails....
a8smith
Dragon32
Good deal and great boxes, but bear in mind this one has not got the hard drive to record (I don't know if you can add one though).
The 6 years cover sounds good for £9.99 as well.

From TrustedRevies:

As if that wasn’t enough, the HB-1000S can also be turned into a PVR by connecting an external hard disk to the USB port. That means you can schedule recordings from the EPG and record an entire series at the push of a button. There’s only one Freesat tuner, so you can’t record one channel and watch another, but it’s great for recording stuff while you’re out.
Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/humax-hb-1000s-review#K5W2e7WCDpFKQMdF.99

http://www.trustedreviews.com/humax-hb-1000s-review


​Thanks for that.

Mark.
any idea what these are like from streaming dlna from a plex server?
would be better if they got rid of there flash based operating system and supported plex too
bazray
If you dont mind a refurbished one, they are £39 direct from Humax, mine was like new with 12 months warranty.http://www.humaxdirect.co.uk/refurbished/hb-1000s-94e552.html

Just bought one.:D £47 with cheapest delivery option, though it is next-day.
My ageing Technisat PVR can spend it's final years taking it easy. ;)
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Samsung UE55JU7500 55" 7 Series Curved 4K UHD Smart 3D LED TV with Freeview HD and Freesat HD £1,175.00 @ applianceelectronics

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Fantastic Price tho.. P.S JL will not price match this seller.
idbirch
Going to repost this here because this merchant's after sales support sounds terrible - not something you want to have to worry about with such a big purchase:
I would steer well clear of this company when buying such expensive items. While their TrustPilot overall score may appear favourable, the handful of reviews from customers who have actually had to test their returns process are abysmal. One particular review sited some most unusual demands placed on the buyer so I checked out their Ts&Cs to see if they actually did have the gall to put this kind of thing in writing and sure enough, they do - Have a read of this.
Most sections contain something ridiculous but the Delivery and Warranty sections are particular corkers. I'm sure a lot of these go against basic consumer rights in the UK. I say again - AVOID!
edit, I've compiled some of my favourites from the Terms and Conditions page for those too lazy to follow the link:
all appliances and TVs will be unpacked and photographed on delivery to ensure that goods have been delivered in perfect physical condition which may be used in case of any claims.
Er, what?
all goods are covered by a 12 month return to base warranty at your own cost
No thanks
If your product develops a fault after the first 7 days then please contact the customer service number for the manufacturer, to arrange engineer visit to remedy any faults.
I don't think so, contract is with seller, seller sorts this
No claims shall be accepted for damage or accessories missing on goods that have been opened and inspected on delivery and signed for in perfect condition with all accessories.
So an "inspection" done by yourself, most likely one rushed on by the driver/courier will be used against you later when you find out something is missing - nice.
You are responsible for your own shipping costs when returning faulty goods after the first 14 days from date of purchase
Wow
Anyone wishing to cancel a order and return goods after the first 14 days and within 28 days of purchase will be dealt with at our discretion.
This instils confidence
Goods that cannot be repaired or replaced after the first 28 days of purchase, shall be refunded in line with the amount of usage the customer has obtained from the product.
This is a first, I've not seen after sales care this bad anywhere before, at least not where they actually write it down for all to see.

No point taking out their extended warranty then
Going to repost this here because this merchant's after sales support sounds terrible - not something you want to have to worry about with such a big purchase:

I would steer well clear of this company when buying such expensive items. While their TrustPilot overall score may appear favourable, the handful of reviews from customers who have actually had to test their returns process are abysmal. One particular review sited some most unusual demands placed on the buyer so I checked out their Ts&Cs to see if they actually did have the gall to put this kind of thing in writing and sure enough, they do - Have a read of this.

Most sections contain something ridiculous but the Delivery and Warranty sections are particular corkers. I'm sure a lot of these go against basic consumer rights in the UK. I say again - AVOID!

edit, I've compiled some of my favourites from the Terms and Conditions page for those too lazy to follow the link:

all appliances and TVs will be unpacked and photographed on delivery to ensure that goods have been delivered in perfect physical condition which may be used in case of any claims.
Er, what?

all goods are covered by a 12 month return to base warranty at your own cost
No thanks

If your product develops a fault after the first 7 days then please contact the customer service number for the manufacturer, to arrange engineer visit to remedy any faults.
I don't think so, contract is with seller, seller sorts this

No claims shall be accepted for damage or accessories missing on goods that have been opened and inspected on delivery and signed for in perfect condition with all accessories.
So an "inspection" done by yourself, most likely one rushed on by the driver/courier will be used against you later when you find out something is missing - nice.

You are responsible for your own shipping costs when returning faulty goods after the first 14 days from date of purchase
Wow

Anyone wishing to cancel a order and return goods after the first 14 days and within 28 days of purchase will be dealt with at our discretion.
This instils confidence

Goods that cannot be repaired or replaced after the first 28 days of purchase, shall be refunded in line with the amount of usage the customer has obtained from the product.
This is a first, I've not seen after sales care this bad anywhere before, at least not where they actually write it down for all to see.
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Humax HDR-1000S Freesat+ HD Freetime Recorder 500gb £74.97 @ Currys Instore

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Reduced to clear in most Currys as the sales assistant confirmed. Decent price as normally around £170 or more. Description: - Full HD 1080P - 500gb Hard drive - Freetime with access to over 150…
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On the humax website £99 for. Refurb one

Edited By: rdbradshaw on Jan 20, 2016 12:44: Typo
jeep0589
is this deal still available?



Long time dead but Humax often have similar deals on their web site, so keep checking.
is this deal still available?
Gutted this has gone up to 169 :(
Anyone buy wifi dongle for this? Was looking at this one from amazon
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Refurbished Humax HB-1000S Freesat HD with Freetime TV Receiver £39.99 @ humaxdirect

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Just got this on an email from Humax - 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,…
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With delivery, £60 to NI :(

Rip off, best avoided.Shameful.
morcef
Got one 2 days ago, delivered today. After 3-4 hours of testing decided to return it. Decoding quality of non hd channels is really bad, worse than my Goodmans. Menu guide navigation is also slower, not happy overall. I don't think I will trust Humax products anymore after this. I have had great expectation from the product, now disappointed.

Surprised at that, as most reviews are excellent. Perhaps a dud?
Ordered one. One year warranty too.
Ordered one, deal still active.
Got one 2 days ago, delivered today. After 3-4 hours of testing decided to return it. Decoding quality of non hd channels is really bad, worse than my Goodmans. Menu guide navigation is also slower, not happy overall. I don't think I will trust Humax products anymore after this. I have had great expectation from the product, now disappointed.
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HDR-1000S 500GB Freesat+ HD with Freetime TV Recorder £99.99 ( Refurbished From Humax)

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Humax HDR-1000S/500GB Freesat+ HD with Freetime TV Recorder REFURBISHED - 1 Year Warranty This smart Humax recorder gives you everything you need to be in control of your TV viewing. With Freet…
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does this model include netflix out of the box or does it require a update

Edited By: shakey1981 on Mar 29, 2016 12:02
Few months down the line no issues at all box looked new to me. Very impressed with my 1st Humax so happy to be not funding Wayne Rooney and the rest of em anymore
purchased. thank you. :D
m1xxy
I saw a mention of firmware,
I'm beta testing the new firmware that includes netflix on my 1010

When will this firmware be available to the public? This is the first mention I've seen of netflix on these boxes.

I was planning on getting an ariel instaled and going down the youview route for th sake of not having to get a seperate box for netflix but if this is getting netflix it'll save me having to shell out for an ariel.
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Samsung UE55JS8500 Curved 4K SUHD 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD/freesat HD and Built-in Wi-Fi @ John Lewis £1,618.10

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Described as Samsung's entry level SUHD TV this isn't really entry at all. It shares much of the same picture processing as the flagship 9000 series TV but it only has quad core instead of octa core p…
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£1,699 at selfridges and if you use the code SELFCCE it goes to £1,529, oh and there's 8% cashback if you go through quidco: http://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/cat/samsung-55-samsung-ue55js8500-3d-smart-curved-tv_761-10044-SAMUE55JS8500TXXU/
Bought this one online from Selfridges yesterday. Panasonic 55" CR430B CURVED 4K ULTRA HD 3D SMART TV. Comes with 5 years insurance and free delivery for £899. Now out of stock but should be back soon.
Did you look at the lg 55" oled op out of interest
What was your last tv , I can't seem to move from my plasma yet

Edited By: snoopy18 on Nov 03, 2015 13:01
mittromney
Borat
Or js9500
That's nearly £2k more.

Sorry my mistake I meant js9000 as someone already pointed out
The JS9500 is the one with the full direct LED array / local dimming and pic processing.

The 9000 just has the connect one external box which is upgradable and the Octa-core processing which may help motion but i really doubt you would notice.

Unless you get perfect calibration on the 9000 i doubt you would notice it for the extra money. The 9500 is sadly too far out of reach so i went for the 8500. Seems to be the best alternative for the money.
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Samsung UE65JU7000 - 65inch 4K Ultra HD, Smart LED TV, Freeview HD & Freesat HD, 3D Active - £1,598.99 co-op electrical with code

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a £50 coffee machine and a £20 kettle gets 2 years warranty and £500+ tv's are being sold with 12 month manufacture warranty... what a joke...
tedtheodorelogan
Worried 65inch might be too small for my bedroom do they have a 90incher?


​go to bed and keep worrying...
its healthy for you
Taliban_Army
meclive
"3840 x 2160 Screen Size" - where's the 4K tv?
If you don't understand what 4K TV is, I suggest you go to bed........
I slept very well. I suggest you go to bed, will you be sleeping in a bed labelled king size that's really a single bed?
Size isnt everything and would take OLED over LED any day
smarty01... unless your after the extra 10" you have a cracking tv,so why bother?