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SAMSUNG UE49KS9000 49 inch Curved 4K Quantum Dot Ultra HD Premium Smart LED TV Freeview Freesat HDR £799.00 @ Richer sounds

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Been looking for a new TV and came across this one. Originally saw it in John Lewis for £849 reduced to clear but then found it online at Richer Sounds for £799. Seems like good spec too - not that Read More
Been looking for a new TV and came across this one. Originally saw it in John Lewis for £849 reduced to clear but then found it online at Richer Sounds for £799. Seems like good spec too - not that
scnickr Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago6 Comments
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Oh my 2nd one from John Lewis due to light bleed giving up and taking a full refund
This is a great deal, is very well regarded.
EndlessWaves
In terms of Samsung's 2017 range this sits somewhere between the MU9000 and Q8C, it's a much better TV than an MU6500.


Thanks
fugefa
What's it like compare to Samsung 6 Series UE49MU6500U ‑ 49"
I'm after a tv too

In terms of Samsung's 2017 range this sits somewhere between the MU9000 and Q8C, it's a much better TV than an MU6500.
"LAST FEW IN SELECTED STORES... Some may be ex-display or ex-repair or missing accessories, please phone to check stock if you are making a special journey"
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Humax HDR-1100S 1TB Freesat HD TV Recorder White - refurb 12 Month warranty £139.94 at Bargain Crazy

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Refurbished Humax HDR-1100S 1Tb Freesat Box in white with 12 month guarantee 159.99 with 15% off code ( W15AF ) plus 3.95 delivery comes to 139.95 Quidco might give you an extra 2% if you are lucky! Read More
Refurbished Humax HDR-1100S 1Tb Freesat Box in white with 12 month guarantee 159.99 with 15% off code ( W15AF ) plus 3.95 delivery comes to 139.95 Quidco might give you an extra 2% if you are lucky!
Arwelrob Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago3 Comments
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haritori
there is a issue with this box though, the remote can only control the boxes volume not the TV's. so you can get very quiet sound or super loud when switching sources.

That depends on your perspective. I like that as we have 2 TVs of the same brand, and that stops the problem we used to have with my partner suddenly deafening me with the XBox/PC.

And the remote itself acts like an all-4-one style remote, so you could use it for the TV as well.
£130 + delivery at CEX when in stock + 2 year gurantee but i suspect these might be better condition..

there is a issue with this box though, the remote can only control the boxes volume not the TV's. so you can get very quiet sound or super loud when switching sources.
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Samsung UE49KS9000 Curved SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 49” with Freeview HD/Freesat HD & 360° Design, UHD Premium for £849.00 at John Lewis with 5 year warranty

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Samsung 49" Curved SUHD 9000 series TV with 5 year John Lewis warranty now down to £849. Read More
Samsung 49" Curved SUHD 9000 series TV with 5 year John Lewis warranty now down to £849.
danant Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago2 Comments
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Humax HDR-1100S Freesat 500GB Recorder @ Tesco Extra Wath-Upon-Dearne - £132.30

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Fantastic Deal on the Humax Freesat 1100S 500GB Model Black, Yellow sticker CLEARANCE offer at £132.30 reduced from £189... only 1 left on shelf after I purchased one, the store may have more in wareh… Read More
Fantastic Deal on the Humax Freesat 1100S 500GB Model Black, Yellow sticker CLEARANCE offer at £132.30 reduced from £189... only 1 left on shelf after I purchased one, the store may have more in wareh…
lettherebedeals Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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It is only a freesat, cold.
Full price in Yate, Bristol
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discoman2016 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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I thought they sold fridges. Doh!
Review at JL:

"Rated 3 / 5
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3 / 5
Not the brightest
04 May 2017
nigel1111Age:Over 65
Location:London, UK
Good natural colours on a grey day but disappointing in a well light room. At night great but otherwise indoor scenes are difficult to see clearly and the Dynamic mode has a slightly milky affect."

https://m.johnlewis.com/panasonic-58ex750b-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-3d-smart-tv-58-with-freeview-play-freesat-hd-height-adjustable-swivel-stand-silver/p/3185700#product-detail--reviews
Heat for the price but just be aware:

"On the subject of brightness, it was a little surprising to learn that despite being a relatively premium 4K and HDR-ready LCD model, the EX750 is rated to deliver only around 550 nits of peak brightness. This falls way short of the 1,000-nit peaks demanded by the current Ultra HD Premium recommended specifications."

http://www.trustedreviews.com/panasonic-tx-58ex750-review
Diggler01
Better be quick as there is only one available apparently.
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Better be quick as there is only one available apparently.
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Humax 1100s 500GB Freesat with Wifi £159.00 @ Tesco direct

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I'm getting rid of my Sky subscription and swapping to Freesat, so have been looking for a deal on a Humax 1100s. £179 isn't a bad price, but Tesco have a deal on until 6th June where you get £20 off Read More
I'm getting rid of my Sky subscription and swapping to Freesat, so have been looking for a deal on a Humax 1100s. £179 isn't a bad price, but Tesco have a deal on until 6th June where you get £20 off
dootsdoot23 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago47 Comments
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timmybp
Thanks! I just bought my second one of these thanks to this. I love the box but only one complaint-it takes forever to power on each time I switch it on.


change the eco setting or standby mode...on my box slightly different model it then starts up much quicker..
I have an HDR 1000S, but stopped using it when a common problem of the internal HDD not being recognised surfaced. I immediately went out and bought a Zgemma H2S (and added Wooshbuild with a Sky Q-lookalike skin) which I much prefer, though it is a bit technical to set up (Wooshbuild makes it a lot easier). Love that the Zgemma has an excellent Web interface and that you can indeed copy recorded HD programmes off it (a terrible, terrible restriction of all Freeview/Freesat recorders). Also relieved that it has no internal hard drive - just slap a decent capacity external USB stick/drive on it and away you go - if that goes wrong, just swap in a fresh stick/drive.
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Back in stock and ordered this morning. Leaving sky in a couple of weeks!
welshblob
Ignoring the channel line up, how does this Freesat box compare with the youview dtr-t2100? I've been very impressed with the latter and it's just had a major interface update however this time of year leaves grow on the trees and my freeview signal is quite bad. Has the original Freesat humax PVR and it was quite slow with a poor interface compared to today's equivalent. So does anyone know what these are like and whether humax have out what's its leant from youview into these Freesat boxes?


You can get the BT branded version of the Humax DTR-T2100 for amazing prices on eBay, news ones usually sell for under £100 and pre-owned ones for around £50-60.

The common misconception is, even though it is branded BT, you don't need to be a BT Internet user. You just won't be able to access the BT TV services, but the recording function and on-demand players all work a dream.

Here for example is a new on eBay for £75...
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/152559752518

Edited By: gilesrdavies on May 30, 2017 08:11: Spelling
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LG 49UH770V 49" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £489.00 ao.com with code

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LARGESCREEN40 code for £40 off tried on a totally different brand of tv code still worked - shakey1981 Read More
LARGESCREEN40 code for £40 off tried on a totally different brand of tv code still worked - shakey1981
pavel76 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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Just so say, got this TV this week. Very impressed with it... 4k streaming from Amazon and Netflix is very good. TV looks very good as well. As usual, main disappointment are the speakers...
absolutely dire tv live is ok (except sports) sports left a very strange static band at the edge of the tv ok gaming is absolute no due the panels backlight in dark scenes in gaming i was getting a bad white strip down the middle of the set in vary dark scence you could see how the back light was arranged it was basically strips laid out in strips once or twice in a very dark scenes i could see the back light flicking on and off the individual strips of the backlight
sound was amazing had every catchup app you could ever want

Turning of LED local dimming was an option tried that it left me with a dummed down washed out picture still had problems

sent the tv back

could of been faulty i was offer a replacement intaily took an hour later i just told them i wanted to return it




Edited By: shakey1981 on May 30, 2017 11:54: stuff
Gets reasonable review on which and a rating of 73%...pretty high for which.
DYOR.
Bad reviews on it.
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discoman2016 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago35 Comments
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still the cheapest availble
discoman2016
collectorcol
Yes abd they said no because of warranty difference.Still gutted I missed out on the £1,350 Currys deal because they matched it then withdrew the offer.
richer sounds should price matchhttps://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/Oj5yH/31023307.jpg
£1449 with this voucher code. £150 is only off TVs over £1499.
collectorcol
Need advice as I'm not very tech savvy.Wait for the OLED to hit my £1,350 taeget then invest in a 4K player or spend £1,150 on a UE55KS9000 with free 4K player UBDK8500?Not a fan of curved screen but could live with it.I usually watch movies in a darkened room positioned central to the screen.My biggest gripe is screen judder when the camera pans.Thanks in advance...

Wait for it to hit £1350? so not this particular oled? or did i misunderstand. Did you have any intention of getting (or do you have one already?) a xbox one s or the upcoming xbox scorpio, as they are 4k players, maybe be able to kill two birds with one stone and if you want to research this and the samsung you mentioned you should have a look at the links below
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/ue55ks9000-201603244256.htm
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/oled55b6v-201611044381.htm
xflem
6 years maybe not, but if your buying a TV that was originally £3000 I'd expect it last 3-5 years minimum and any reasonable person would expect the same so a court would side with that on a claim
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If you think these companie will just refund a out of warranty TV if you spout the EU law then you are dreaming .You have to prove the fault was there when you bought it .Do you really want the stress involved or just buy from a company offering a decent warranty.
collectorcol
discoman2016
collectorcol
Yes abd they said no because of warranty difference.Still gutted I missed out on the £1,350 Currys deal because they matched it then withdrew the offer.
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No. I spoke with them earlier and they won't match as Argos charge £170(odd) for a three year extended warranty.

Next time Currys have an offer I'll go with them as RS confirmed, and checked, the deal over the phone then called me back after the Currys voucher expired to withdraw the offer. Pretty shady.


Tried this code and it didn't work at RS
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Samsung UE55KS7500 Curved SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 55” with Freeview HD/Freesat HD & Branch Feet Design, UHD Premium £899.00 @ John Lewis

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Saw this deal... Seems a good one except it curved. I bought it for £969 from JL and liked it - both TV and service from JL Read More
Saw this deal... Seems a good one except it curved. I bought it for £969 from JL and liked it - both TV and service from JL
diamond4u Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago50 Comments
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I have the curved one and I love it.Even bought the 65inch 9000 series when that was on offer.Something about the curved tv she you watch it draws you in more.Wouldnt go back to a boring flat tv now.
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liammacca
scoot
is this 8bit or 10 bit panel on this model
10bit panel
8 bit panel!
10 bit panel
liammacca
scoot
is this 8bit or 10 bit panel on this model
10bit panel


8 bit panel!
charles6
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charles6
pibpob
HappyPuppies
Really very tempted, might be buying this weekend. Need to persuade myself and wifey that curved screens are OK. Heat for a good price.
If you're going to hang your TV on the wall, then the only applicable word is "stupid". Reflections are annoying as they move around more as you move your head than with a flat screen. They are a solution looking for a problem, and are marketed to show-offs who use them to prove that they have a more modern TV than their neighbours. Like any fashion, the downside of that is that they will rapidly date.
Absolute rubbish, it is nothing to do with showing off it is entirely preference. Shame on other people for liking something you don't...
Always upsetting to realise you've been sold a pup, I know.


You're the type of person that is never wrong and knows everything I am sure. I have a 65" ks9000 in the lounge and a 49" ks7000 in the bedroom. Both great sets and the curve or flat is entirely preference down to the individual if you look through the marketing rubbish with the curved sets.

I'm all for sharing knowledge and facts but keep that rubbish you spew to yourself for the good of the community.
The 49 inch version is only £729 at prc with 5 year warranty
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SAMSUNG UE49KU6500 49 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freesat HD with 6 years warranty £499.00 Richersounds

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£643.50 with Samsung UBDK8500 4K Blu-ray player: https://www.richersounds.com/package/tv/tv---all/pah013321 Read More
£643.50 with Samsung UBDK8500 4K Blu-ray player: https://www.richersounds.com/package/tv/tv---all/pah013321
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Koolio1557
Does this TV play movies without judder/stutter ? I have read some complaints about it doing that with the KU6400 which is the flat screen equivalent.
I have a 6400, haven't noticed any judder/stutter if playing via apps such as Amazon, Google or Now. No issues through Kodi either.
Is there any blurring ? I had a read on the avforums and people complain about blurring and stuttering.

I own the 43 inch version of this TV and yes motion is its biggest problem. I don't know how wibble doesn't notice it, with default settings it actually hurts my eyes.

You can adjust it to make it a lot better but you can never get it perfect. I mostly use the TV for gaming so the issue doesn't affect me as much as others who watch a lot of TV.
chasolo
curved tvs are just a gimmick and will end


They are ending, only Samsung are making them now. So much worse then as flat TV.
nameskhan
10-bit?
8 bit :)
I've also seen some tests for input lag and it's very low

Edited By: noonecanhelp1 on May 29, 2017 07:42
10-bit?
Curved TV was just a gimmick to boost declining TV sales in 2013-2014
It's over now.
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SAMSUNG UE65KS9000 65 inch Curved 4K Quantum Dot Ultra HD Premium Smart LED TV Freeview HD Freesat HD £1,299.00 @ Richer sounds

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*Claim up to £400 cashback on this product when you purchase a Samsung soundbar (£100), wireless subwoofer (£200) and UHD Blu-ray player (£100). See link above for full details. Offer ends 30/04/18 Read More
*Claim up to £400 cashback on this product when you purchase a Samsung soundbar (£100), wireless subwoofer (£200) and UHD Blu-ray player (£100). See link above for full details. Offer ends 30/04/18
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Prime_specter
limited availability and not the cheapest either.
I paid this for my 65KS9000 and I thought that was sale of the century.
Keen to know where this is cheaper (and I don't mean £200 more expensive with £400 worth of stuff I don't want --- that'll sell on ebay for £80)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue65ks9000-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-65-curved-led-tv-with-5-years-warranty-2699324?page=3#comments
Prime_specter
limited availability and not the cheapest either.


I paid this for my 65KS9000 and I thought that was sale of the century.

Keen to know where this is cheaper (and I don't mean £200 more expensive with £400 worth of stuff I don't want --- that'll sell on ebay for £80)
limited availability and not the cheapest either.
" Last few in selected stores, some may be ex-display, refurbished or missing accessories"
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49" Samsung built in Freesat TV with 6 year £529.00 RicherSounds

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Last few stores with 6 year guarentee £549 in John Lewis and Very.co.uk http://www.freesat.co.uk/get-freesat/all-tvs/freesat-hd-tvs/316335 Read More
Last few stores with 6 year guarentee £549 in John Lewis and Very.co.uk http://www.freesat.co.uk/get-freesat/all-tvs/freesat-hd-tvs/316335
Zameen Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago5 Comments
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great tv. Got it from very for 400 a month back! the picture quality is amazing. can't comment on Freesat unfortunately but the online services are great
just bought this TV to play on my PS4 pro and I was genuinely shocked at how good it looks great TV.
majortom
I've got one of these and the freesat receiver is very buggy - Samsung helpdesk are useless btw - channels 101, 103 and 104 keep dropping off the system - I'm thinking of returning mine
You can pick up a Sky+ HD box in good second hand shops for around £25. They work great as Freesat boxes, and the EPG is going to be much better than the EPG built in to the TV.
I've got one of these and the freesat receiver is very buggy - Samsung helpdesk are useless btw - channels 101, 103 and 104 keep dropping off the system - I'm thinking of returning mine
4k & usb recording too!
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discoman2016 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago16 Comments
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jimx26
Only applies to 2017 models.
We don't know that yet just surmising I know it's more hope then reality though lol
No unfortunately product page in conditions only applies to *7 models

Edited By: Jaybeam on May 03, 2017 08:50
jimx26
Only applies to 2017 models.
We don't know that yet just surmising I know it's more hope then reality though lol
Only applies to 2017 models.
halfbakedjake
the.porter
Jaybeam
This was raised earlier on the other thread but the concensus is this only applies to 2017 models
According to lg they state on all models but retailer dependent
Do you know what retailers ? and how do you redeem ?
I reckon it is a retailer bundle offer as before.
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discoman2016 Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago5 Comments
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seanieb87
Seems they have dropped 3d support this year?


I think everyone has?
Seems they have dropped 3d support this year?
Just out of interest what improvements are there over last years models? I have a uh850 that cost not much less
Heat from me and thanks for the heads-up on the code.
I wish people would say why they vote cold
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LG 43UH610V 43" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black £339.00 w/ code @ AO

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I realise this TV isn't for everyone. The tech brigade will most certainly point out it is not full 4K due to the use of RGBW. Also worth noting the TV uses an 8bit panel which of course means Read More
I realise this TV isn't for everyone. The tech brigade will most certainly point out it is not full 4K due to the use of RGBW. Also worth noting the TV uses an 8bit panel which of course means
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Where the OP says "Also worth noting the TV uses an 8bit panel which of course means the HDR will not be all that"

Am I correct in assuming that coming from a 42" 1080p LCD that's over 5 years old, I'd notice a difference?


You'd notice a difference for sure, this is still a bump on standard HD. I made that statement almost in jest, but it would be true that an 8 bit panel would not be giving out the same level of HDR capability as a more expensive 10 bit equivalent.
Where the OP says "Also worth noting the TV uses an 8bit panel which of course means the HDR will not be all that"

Am I correct in assuming that coming from a 42" 1080p LCD that's over 5 years old, I'd notice a difference?
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I think most people will be aware of true 4k by now :) Basically if it's £750+ it's probably 4K. This is not a bad price though. I'll give it some heat.
Cheers. I'll ask at a showroom. I have freesat, so it'd be great if it has it already.
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discoman2016 Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago25 Comments
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Thanks. Think I'm going with the Hisense M7000 or the LG one. I wanted to get one with HDR.

Almost all of them have HDR these days, I'm tempted to get the LG and cancel the Samsung as it's 8 bit panel. The LG is 8 bit too but uses Frame rate control to offer 10 bit experience, also supports dolby digital vision which is another type of hdr10....bit like the Blu Ray/ HD DVD battle, some brands supporting HDR10 some supporting DDV, LG supports both.



Edited By: Gilmanez on Apr 15, 2017 11:01
Gilmanez
Jay080286
Gilmanez
Almost bought the 49" version of this on very with their 10% off. Read some reviews which says backlighting is poor in a dark room few videos on YouTube showing, not sure if this has been fixed since with an update although people were saying if you turn backlight off this fixed it. Ended up paying an extra £100 for the sake of a 50" Samsung 10 bit panel instead.
Which Samsung model did you get?
Sorry just seen this, it's not here yet but the Samsung 50" MU6100 it was the same price but no reviews as it's a 2017 model. Unsure kinda wanted this one. Read some other bits and if you turn local dimming off the LG seems fine apparently.http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uh7700

Thanks.

Think I'm going with the Hisense M7000 or the LG one. I wanted to get one with HDR.
MaximusRo

Yes
Jay080286
Gilmanez
Almost bought the 49" version of this on very with their 10% off. Read some reviews which says backlighting is poor in a dark room few videos on YouTube showing, not sure if this has been fixed since with an update although people were saying if you turn backlight off this fixed it. Ended up paying an extra £100 for the sake of a 50" Samsung 10 bit panel instead.
Which Samsung model did you get?

Sorry just seen this, it's not here yet but the Samsung 50" MU6100....turns out it's not a 10 bit :( it was the same price but no reviews as it's a 2017 model. Unsure kinda wanted this one. Read some other bits and if you turn local dimming off the LG seems fine apparently and the remote is cool.

http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uh7700

Edited By: Gilmanez on Apr 15, 2017 10:47
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LG 65UH950V Silver - 65inch Ultra HD TV, 3D, LED, Smart with Freeview HD+,Freesat HD - £1,549.99 (with code) @ Co-Op Electrical

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Available at this price using code CP50 £1,599 at Richer Sounds, £1,749 at Currys & Amazon. Link to LG site http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-65UH950V Product Description IPS 4K Quantum Disp… Read More
Available at this price using code CP50 £1,599 at Richer Sounds, £1,749 at Currys & Amazon. Link to LG site http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-65UH950V Product Description IPS 4K Quantum Disp…
scottishpunter Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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does have 3D. more info on amazon.
scottishpunter
EndlessWaves
Nothing special for the price. I think this one is only of interest for those who want the thin look or LG's WebOS.
Ok, I thought the fact it had Dolby Vision was something unusual.

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

If HDR is important to you then there are several substantially better options for £2k or less like the DX902. It'll look far better on HDR10 content than the UH950 does on Dolby Vision content.
The richer sounds price includes 6 year warranty so I think that is the one to go for out of the deals on this TV.
EndlessWaves
Nothing special for the price. I think this one is only of interest for those who want the thin look or LG's WebOS.
Ok, I thought the fact it had Dolby Vision was something unusual.
Nothing special for the price. I think this one is only of interest for those who want the thin look or LG's WebOS.
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WimpSlayer
This says freesat hd so I assume it comes with freesat epg? Mine doesn't and it's so annoying
What model you got?


I've got the 49UF850V
Termiator
MaximusRo
Termiator
JCod32
Tempted between this and the hisense h50m3300, anyone had experience with both? Holding out for the weekend for more deals
I tried the hisense 40m3300 before my lg. I took the hisense back because of bad backlight bleeding and dse.
Got the HDR update and it just made no difference and added a slight green tinge to the image.
The LG 40UH630V i replaced it with is superior in many ways, no backlight bleed or clouding etc better MVA
panel and more settings in the menu to tweak.
Do you know the difference between UH630V and UH635V ?
The specifications of the TV's seem to be identical, check it out here.
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/26517802

The only difference I can see is a slight difference in appearance like the bezel etc.
Thanks, seem to be one small diff in that motion index
WimpSlayer
This says freesat hd so I assume it comes with freesat epg? Mine doesn't and it's so annoying
What model you got?
This says freesat hd so I assume it comes with freesat epg? Mine doesn't and it's so annoying
MaximusRo
Termiator
JCod32
Tempted between this and the hisense h50m3300, anyone had experience with both? Holding out for the weekend for more deals
I tried the hisense 40m3300 before my lg. I took the hisense back because of bad backlight bleeding and dse.
Got the HDR update and it just made no difference and added a slight green tinge to the image.
The LG 40UH630V i replaced it with is superior in many ways, no backlight bleed or clouding etc better MVA
panel and more settings in the menu to tweak.
Do you know the difference between UH630V and UH635V ?

The specifications of the TV's seem to be identical, check it out here.
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/26517802

The only difference I can see is a slight difference in appearance like the bezel etc.
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Samsung UE55KS7500 55 Inch Curved SUHD 4K Ultra HD HDR Quantum Dot Smart TV with Freeview HD/Freesat HD & Playstation Now - £949.94 Sold by Tvsandmore and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lightning Deal)

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not prime exclusive..go to today's deal then tick the tv, home cinema & accessories box..you will see it




Edited By: son_alli on Apr 01, 2017 13:46
sinxa
MBeeching
Perhaps Prime exclusive? I can't see that price anywhere.
Possibly, or maybe prime early access ? I'm not too sure how to check

Log out of your Amazon account and see what you get then
MBeeching
Perhaps Prime exclusive? I can't see that price anywhere.


Possibly, or maybe prime early access ? I'm not too sure how to check
Perhaps Prime exclusive? I can't see that price anywhere.
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showing full price


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Samsung UE43KU6500 Curved HDR 4K Ultra UHD Smart TV 43" with Freeview & freesat HD & Active Crystal Colour £449.00 delivered @ Game sold by Hughes

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curved Tvs are already obsolete..don't waste money on something that in 2 years time you will feel ashamed of owning.
but flat screen.
curved was just a short lived gimmick just like 3D TV.
it is only for stylish people with stylish houses and the problem is that beggars did not buy enough 3D films, that is why was not convenient to produce
they are not even stylish anymore.
Tequila
curved Tvs are already obsolete..don't waste money on something that in 2 years time you will feel ashamed of owning.
but flat screen.
curved was just a short lived gimmick just like 3D TV.
it is only for stylish people with stylish houses and the problem is that beggars did not buy enough 3D films, that is why was not convenient to produce
curved Tvs are already obsolete..don't waste money on something that in 2 years time you will feel ashamed of owning.
but flat screen.
curved was just a short lived gimmick just like 3D TV.
surnjit
Do you really need a new TV? New model out every month.
Active crystal colour lol what next ?

I learned a new word here on hukd - obsolesence. :{
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MPA83
tempted. This or a nintendo switch. I have credit to spend, plus I have a ps4 pro but not a 4k tv to play it with
I have a lot of credit too and I was tempted by this but my concern now is that it is already obsolete in the sense that it is not 10bit or even 8bit+FRC (it is 8bit) and from the bit of research I have done the quality of the apparent colours will be lower with this TV and therefore so may be the 'experience'. I only want one to make full use of my ps4pro's ability - deciding how much I need to spend is becoming a chore... <3
Depending on the size, I think you would have to spend double the price. This site gives better detail http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ku6500
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Humax Freesat Recorder HDR 1100S (Refurb) £149.00 at HumaxDirect

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queer
I have had this model, for four full years. It was £249 then, so in my opinion, for an old bit of kit, this is way too much. I've seen refurbs for £49 previously but not about right now.
The £49 refurbs would be the single tuner HB1000S, this HDR is still a current Freesat 'Freetime' model with built in wifi. Thought £149 is the regular refurb price, vs £179+ for new with 2 years warranty. Your choice, not voting!
I agree with Queer
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queer
I have had this model, for four full years. It was £249 then, so in my opinion, for an old bit of kit, this is way too much. I've seen refurbs for £49 previously but not about right now.

As the model was released in 2015, can I have a link to the supplier of your time machine? X)

We got ours last year (October) to replace the Sky box we ditched. It's a decent machine, but the firmware can be a bit flaky at times, needing to be restarted more than the Sky box did.

Still, it does Freesat recording, Netflix, YouTube, iPlayer, ITV Hub or STV Player, Demand 5, 4 for all, streaming from NAS drives etc. If it did Amazon Prime as well, it would almost be a perfect device if you don't own a smart TV.


Quite right! I blame my mild dyslexia for mistaking my HDR1000S, for this item; apologies.
Mines a refurb had no probs, if you do then send it back. That's why we have warranties but you pays your money and takes your choice.
Had two refurbs from them, first was DOA but they replaced it sharpish and the second is still going strong.
I wouldn't touch a refurb. had enough trouble with brand new humax units.
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GRSC
I'd get the Panasonic 58dx700, it's £699 up until the end of the day at Richer Sounds. 6 year guarantee as well
or here https://www.johnlewis.com/panasonic-viera-58dx700b-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-58-with-freeview-play-built-in-wi-fi-art-of-interior-switch-design/p2577520
Good price including delivery as well. £99 for a 4K player is pretty decent too.
GRSC
I'd get the Panasonic 58dx700, it's £699 up until the end of the day at Richer Sounds. 6 year guarantee as well
or here https://www.johnlewis.com/panasonic-viera-58dx700b-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-58-with-freeview-play-built-in-wi-fi-art-of-interior-switch-design/p2577520
I'd get the Panasonic 58dx700, it's £699 up until the end of the day at Richer Sounds. 6 year guarantee as well
I bought this exact tv last year, ready for Xmas!

we've been very happy so far, very nice tv!

Only thing I'm not fussed on is the remote, but you can install the LG app for your phone or buy a smart remote from LG too.

I think I paid a fair bit less than this price though :)
being 8 bit has nothing to do with how bright the panel is as i also have a samsung 8 bit and its a different league to the LG
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sirpercivalglyde Avatar4m, 3d agoFound 4 months, 3 days ago18 Comments
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Still waiting for it to hit this price from John Lewis or Richer Sounds.

Keep dropping...
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currys Solihull are doing it for £1599 instore

Do you know if that's ex-display? Still £1,799 on the website.


no mate its new ask the guys in there the lg rep did it on the c6 for me.


Nice one!
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David_e
Cheap as chips but I'd personally pay more for the 5/6 year guarantee
If this is cheap as chips you are paying way too much for fish & chips...


It's HUKD mate, haven't seen it cheaper.
There is a "Like New" one sold by Amazon for £1,395.

Get it quick! :D
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ShroomHeadToad
LG RGBW panels are rubbish, false advertising.
I'd rather buy a cheap generic £300 4K TV from a supermarket, at least they do use cheap 4K panels.
u no got any more amazon deals? for us they must have some tv deals there
I seem to keep asking this question in inactive threads and not getting a response... but hopefully someone can give me some advice as this is a thread from today!

I don't have any 4k devices but want to upgrade to a bigger TV. Is there a benefit to buying a 4k one or should I just get a decent 2nd hand HD 1080p TV off eBay for less than half the price?
discoman2016
Cwiiis
Not a great deal, it's an RGBW panel (so not true 4k), can't find any figures on brightness or contrast ratio and I've heard there are issues with latency...
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/cebd4ef

Well aware. Brightness and contrast ratio stats are missing, confirms RGBW panel. (unless you're including for other people to see for themselves, in which case, good job :))
LG RGBW panels are rubbish, false advertising.

I'd rather buy a cheap generic £300 4K TV from a supermarket, at least they do use cheap 4K panels.
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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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OOS
Good tv i have the 58" Version which was £599 from Co-Op
eternalflame
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?
2.0a only
HDMI 2.2?
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Samsung UE48JS9000 £799.00 @ Richer sounds

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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.
Dealhunter2k12
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.


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
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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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umirza85
jdpwest
Dealhunter2k12
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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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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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.

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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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.
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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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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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iz123456789 Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago27 Comments
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Now 1099
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
iz123456789
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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.
shady
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?
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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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Sparks11 Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago26 Comments
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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

Haven't noticed any, seems solid to me.
lovelldr
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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Samsung UE55KS9000 Curved SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 55” with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Playstation Now & 360° Design, UHD Premium £1,499.00 at John Lewis

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thats the cheapest ive seen it plus a free 4k blue ray player
dodgy72 Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago22 Comments
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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.
Istanbul_Kop
..., 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… Read More
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Duggu4 Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago98 Comments
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FrozenFire
Hahaha. Top pick. I will monitor if some one else drop price lower than £650 within 28 days :)
would love to know if this happens.. missed out on this and need this in my life!
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.
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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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Voyager Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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Prime_specter
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.
Prime_specter
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… Read More
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bb8 Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago26 Comments
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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