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LG G6 SIM FREE @ TESCO £579.00

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Not for everyone but might help someone who likes LG phones. Only trying to help. https://www.tesco.com/direct/lg-g6-platinum-sim-free/659-3139.prd?source=awin&awc=7090_1493169701_0b7842f1de… Read More
Not for everyone but might help someone who likes LG phones. Only trying to help. https://www.tesco.com/direct/lg-g6-platinum-sim-free/659-3139.prd?source=awin&awc=7090_1493169701_0b7842f1de…
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Currys LG OLED55B6V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" OLED TV £1,499.00 WITH CODE LSTV100A

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USE code LSTV100A to save £100 try code with space! then remove space apply codeThe OLED55B6V feature 4k Ultra HD resolution, capable of producing up to four times the quality of Full HD for amazing Read More
USE code LSTV100A to save £100 try code with space! then remove space apply codeThe OLED55B6V feature 4k Ultra HD resolution, capable of producing up to four times the quality of Full HD for amazing
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God never heard so much tripe as when a oled is on HUKD.Probably from people copy and pasting internet jargon and don't own one .Every person who sees my non 4k oled says its the best picture they have seen ,and no mention of nits either .
Could not agree more. Had my oled for 12 months now and everybody says wow what a picture when they come to visit enough said.
I have owned this, my mum has it now, I switched to LCD, oled is not the be all end all of screen tech. The problem is. Most people do not care, they see something marketed to them as the best and they believe it. However the niche audiences amoung us see the big problems with this tv.
Latency, image retention, poor brightness etc etc.
I've not seen any of these issues, screen brightness? Do you need your rentinas burned out, sorry i don't mean to mock but i just dont know how bright you need a TV to be. I've have a very bright living room, south facing and a sunny day, no problems at all. I don't know, just baffles me.
Some people do like a bright display - I'm one of them, nearly always run my phone and other devices at 80% brightness, if the OLED looks less bright, I can see how that can be annoying.
The picture on my oled is the best I've seen on a TV. Daytime, nightime, lights on or off it's an amazing picture. Balanced, loads of depth and contrast...wow the contrast on this is something else... it's actually great for viewing my photos on. If you want very bright just for brightness sake, then the oled isn't for you or others that need this extra bright image. I don't mean this in a nasty way, really i don't, but the oled would just be wasted on you.

Thanks for that, but you misunderstand, I was explaining why some people moan about OLEDs not being bright enough. I've seen them in the flesh, I think they look brilliant. But I do like a bright screen all the same.
hukd_addict
pukenukem
slannmage
adam4007
rickj
God never heard so much tripe as when a oled is on HUKD.Probably from people copy and pasting internet jargon and don't own one .Every person who sees my non 4k oled says its the best picture they have seen ,and no mention of nits either .
Could not agree more. Had my oled for 12 months now and everybody says wow what a picture when they come to visit enough said.
I have owned this, my mum has it now, I switched to LCD, oled is not the be all end all of screen tech. The problem is. Most people do not care, they see something marketed to them as the best and they believe it. However the niche audiences amoung us see the big problems with this tv.
Latency, image retention, poor brightness etc etc.
I've not seen any of these issues, screen brightness? Do you need your rentinas burned out, sorry i don't mean to mock but i just dont know how bright you need a TV to be. I've have a very bright living room, south facing and a sunny day, no problems at all. I don't know, just baffles me.
Some people do like a bright display - I'm one of them, nearly always run my phone and other devices at 80% brightness, if the OLED looks less bright, I can see how that can be annoying.

The picture on my oled is the best I've seen on a TV. Daytime, nightime, lights on or off it's an amazing picture. Balanced, loads of depth and contrast...wow the contrast on this is something else... it's actually great for viewing my photos on. If you want very bright just for brightness sake, then the oled isn't for you or others that need this extra bright image. I don't mean this in a nasty way, really i don't, but the oled would just be wasted on you.
[/quote]That was me.... I actually bought the C6 - it's coming tomorrow hopefully, for those reasons.[/quote]Looking forward to a full review ;)[/quote]
sarcasm? or do you actually want me to write something up?
hukd_addict
Jaybeam
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Jaybeam
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just a note to anyone sitting on the fence for this deal....
My personal belief after doing my research after the past 2 years, is that this TV will not drop in price by any more money, sure you'll be able to get re-furbed units on ebay and what not, but for a brand new tv this is as low as it will go. How do I know? I checked the prices on the outgoing models over the years, and watched them drop just before they went off sale, sure I can't predict the future so anything is possible, but as I said it's my judgement that tells me based on past experience, further price drops are unlikely - especially as you can get it for £1499 with the code.
I've put my money where my mouth is on this one, after 2 years of waiting, I'm retiring my Sony 55ex503 to the garage or bedroom (it's huge though!) Proper excited for the delivery tomorrow now! Hooray!
But isn't the 2015 Oled 915v (1080p) down to £999 at the moment. Not sure what it was when it first came out but it's still possible to get new ones 2 years down the road? Just a thought.
I know, but I don't know if they are refurbs or grey imports or what? They do stop making them after a while. I bet these have been sat in a warehouse for yonks, albeit it's still a new tv I guess. I get your point, but as I was saying to someone earlier, if your spending one thousand pounds on a TV, surely you'd want something more up to date than the 915v - just makes it a bad buy imo. Don't get me wrong, for 1080p it'll be pretty fantastic, but with HDR and the other updates to the 2016 TVs, Only £500 difference to me says get the newer one. The jump from the 915v to the b6 was far far bigger than the b6 to b7 is - if you see what I mean.
I guess to go back to my original point, they won't go lower than this while they are still "relevant" I might be wrong just thought i'd pass on my findings that's all. Riskier to wait now (and chance it going out of stock) than when it was at 1799 and above.
If one only has a budget of a MAX of £1k, which is a fair chunk of cash!!!! The samsung SUHD would be a better buy than the 915v
Fair point about sitting around in a warehouse. I wish I could make my mind up whether to get the B6 or c6 - it's down to the HLG that someone mentioned would be more likely to be upgraded on the c6 because of the LG soc chip rather than the B6 Realtek chip. I think to have the opportunity to get HDR over terrestrial is my reason towards the c6. But it's not certain - gotta make my mind up soon or will lose out.
That was me.... I actually bought the C6 - it's coming tomorrow hopefully, for those reasons.

Looking forward to a full review ;)

Edited By: rednwhite1879 on Apr 25, 2017 22:31
Jaybeam
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Jaybeam
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just a note to anyone sitting on the fence for this deal....
My personal belief after doing my research after the past 2 years, is that this TV will not drop in price by any more money, sure you'll be able to get re-furbed units on ebay and what not, but for a brand new tv this is as low as it will go. How do I know? I checked the prices on the outgoing models over the years, and watched them drop just before they went off sale, sure I can't predict the future so anything is possible, but as I said it's my judgement that tells me based on past experience, further price drops are unlikely - especially as you can get it for £1499 with the code.
I've put my money where my mouth is on this one, after 2 years of waiting, I'm retiring my Sony 55ex503 to the garage or bedroom (it's huge though!) Proper excited for the delivery tomorrow now! Hooray!
But isn't the 2015 Oled 915v (1080p) down to £999 at the moment. Not sure what it was when it first came out but it's still possible to get new ones 2 years down the road? Just a thought.
I know, but I don't know if they are refurbs or grey imports or what? They do stop making them after a while. I bet these have been sat in a warehouse for yonks, albeit it's still a new tv I guess. I get your point, but as I was saying to someone earlier, if your spending one thousand pounds on a TV, surely you'd want something more up to date than the 915v - just makes it a bad buy imo. Don't get me wrong, for 1080p it'll be pretty fantastic, but with HDR and the other updates to the 2016 TVs, Only £500 difference to me says get the newer one. The jump from the 915v to the b6 was far far bigger than the b6 to b7 is - if you see what I mean.
I guess to go back to my original point, they won't go lower than this while they are still "relevant" I might be wrong just thought i'd pass on my findings that's all. Riskier to wait now (and chance it going out of stock) than when it was at 1799 and above.
If one only has a budget of a MAX of £1k, which is a fair chunk of cash!!!! The samsung SUHD would be a better buy than the 915v
Fair point about sitting around in a warehouse. I wish I could make my mind up whether to get the B6 or c6 - it's down to the HLG that someone mentioned would be more likely to be upgraded on the c6 because of the LG soc chip rather than the B6 Realtek chip. I think to have the opportunity to get HDR over terrestrial is my reason towards the c6. But it's not certain - gotta make my mind up soon or will lose out.
That was me.... I actually bought the C6 - it's coming tomorrow hopefully, for those reasons.
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Currys LG OLED55C6V Smart 4K Curved OLED TV and OLED55B6V £1,499.00 with code

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Cheapest it has ever been I believe! Currys have dropped the price to £1599 and with code LSTV100A brings it down £1499 B6 is also the same price if you don't like the curve and aren't fussed about 3… Read More
Cheapest it has ever been I believe! Currys have dropped the price to £1599 and with code LSTV100A brings it down £1499 B6 is also the same price if you don't like the curve and aren't fussed about 3…
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Went for the c6 for the chipset over the b6. Used works gift card scheme for extra 6.5% for any public sector employees. All done electronically in seconds, saved another £90.
Did you get an electronic gift card or reload and existing cards
Nice! Enjoy it's an unbelievable set!
Went for the c6 for the chipset over the b6. Used works gift card scheme for extra 6.5% for any public sector employees. All done electronically in seconds, saved another £90.
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tommielfc2
scotia2
tommielfc2
Also Martin Dawes in store have the B version priced at £1499.00 but they talked me out if it saying the C has the same panels as thd E so the B aint as good someone should post ghe marin dawes thing tho should go hot i reackon for those who like the B version
Just seen it has them at £1499.00 on martin dawes web but describes them as refurb they were 100% never been opened boxes but they arnt aloud to sell at this price ref lg so have to call open box or refurb
Absolute gibberish mate. Do more research.
I was in the shop in warrington yest bud so its kinda not gibberish unless the sales team lied to me but the fact he was honest enough to tell me to buy the c not the b made me think he wad an honest bloke.....
It's the chipsets that are different and not the panels. The C6, E6 and G6 use a different chipset from the B6.
However the general consensus is still that the C6 chipset is preferable over the B6 unless you totally despise curved screens, so even with the mistake over chipset/panel MD were still correct.


how can it be same panel if one is 3d and other not 3d?


It's applied to the screen I believe
luvclub
tommielfc2
scotia2
tommielfc2
Also Martin Dawes in store have the B version priced at £1499.00 but they talked me out if it saying the C has the same panels as thd E so the B aint as good someone should post ghe marin dawes thing tho should go hot i reackon for those who like the B version
Just seen it has them at £1499.00 on martin dawes web but describes them as refurb they were 100% never been opened boxes but they arnt aloud to sell at this price ref lg so have to call open box or refurb
Absolute gibberish mate. Do more research.
I was in the shop in warrington yest bud so its kinda not gibberish unless the sales team lied to me but the fact he was honest enough to tell me to buy the c not the b made me think he wad an honest bloke.....
It's the chipsets that are different and not the panels. The C6, E6 and G6 use a different chipset from the B6.
However the general consensus is still that the C6 chipset is preferable over the B6 unless you totally despise curved screens, so even with the mistake over chipset/panel MD were still correct.


how can it be same panel if one is 3d and other not 3d?
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LG OLED B6V down to £1,599.00 with 6 year warranty and Richer Sounds

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£1599.00 @ Richer Sounds
This is very low for the 6 year warranty you get. The Argos deal can go down to £1533 but without the 6 year warranty. Plus Richer Sounds are really good with returns and exchanges. Cracking deal Read More
This is very low for the 6 year warranty you get. The Argos deal can go down to £1533 but without the 6 year warranty. Plus Richer Sounds are really good with returns and exchanges. Cracking deal
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Using code LSTV100A it goes to £1499!
Where can you put the code in? in says in store only

Sorry I was referring to Currys deal

Edited By: Sideeffects on Apr 22, 2017 12:18: Mistake
Mars104
Zoolannder
Sideeffects
Using code LSTV100A it goes to £1499!
Where can you put the code in? in says in store only
It's a currys code which I believe is now expired after trying it yesterday.
Is the b6 worth double the price of the 55in ks7000? I doubt it. But I want the Oled....
You will struggle to find a KS7000 now. But yeah OLED is outstanding.
Zoolannder
Sideeffects
Using code LSTV100A it goes to £1499!
Where can you put the code in? in says in store only
It's a currys code which I believe is now expired after trying it yesterday.

Is the b6 worth double the price of the 55in ks7000? I doubt it. But I want the Oled....

Edited By: Mars104 on Apr 22, 2017 10:40: New question
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was this price with free soundbar last week http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/argos-lg-oled55b6v-55-inch-ultra-hd-smart-oled-tv-free-lg-sh7-soundbar-1529-10-2664108 bit late with ur richer sounds price match?
Operative word being WAS with sound bar. Not any more and not with 6 year warranty. Read my description before posting. I mentioned argos
currys now cheapest £1499 with code and argos deal still live without soundbar john lewis and currys price matched argos deal last week
Sideeffects
Using code LSTV100A it goes to £1499!
Where can you put the code in? in says in store only
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AO.COM 2017 LG 55UJ750V 55" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K 10 BIT Ultra HD with MULTI HDR TV - Silver £1,169.10 with code NEWTV10

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New 2017 LG 4KTV use code NEWTV10 to save 10% on new inn tvs Step into the colour brilliance of 4K MULTI HDR 10 bit panel with LG's stunning flagship model UJ750. 4K UHD resolution combines with D… Read More
New 2017 LG 4KTV use code NEWTV10 to save 10% on new inn tvs Step into the colour brilliance of 4K MULTI HDR 10 bit panel with LG's stunning flagship model UJ750. 4K UHD resolution combines with D…
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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 G6 £512.99 E £512.99 Global Central

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Seems a great price for a brand new phone - £150.00 cheaper than any other retailer, thou not heard of this company before, anyone used them ? Read More
Seems a great price for a brand new phone - £150.00 cheaper than any other retailer, thou not heard of this company before, anyone used them ?
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Does this phone support o2 4g band 20 and also do I have any warranty direct for LG if the phone end up having a bootloop or anything?
EGC product page itemises the 800 4G o2 band, also Kimovil lists 4G bands as 700 800 850 900 1700/2100 1800 1900 2100 2600 where 800 = o2 https://www.kimovil.com/en/lg-g6/lte-4g no obligatory warranty via LG although LG may honour, obligatory S75 protection of vendor's 12m warranty would be serviced by credit card company if using a UK-issued credit card to directly fund purchase.


I really want to go for this deal but it's quite risky considering that LG has had bootloop issues in the past.
dealfinder123321
Does this phone support o2 4g band 20 and also do I have any warranty direct for LG if the phone end up having a bootloop or anything?
EGC product page itemises the 800 4G o2 band, also Kimovil lists 4G bands as 700 800 850 900 1700/2100 1800 1900 2100 2600 where 800 = o2 https://www.kimovil.com/en/lg-g6/lte-4g no obligatory warranty via LG although LG may honour, obligatory S75 protection of vendor's 12m warranty would be serviced by credit card company if using a UK-issued credit card to directly fund purchase.
Does this phone support o2 4g band 20 and also do I have any warranty direct for LG if the phone end up having a bootloop or anything?
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Once, I bought a phone from them. They say its a UK based company but its not. The Brand warranties are not supported in UK. You will have to pay for the shipping and also for return delivery as well.
Poort customer care as they dont understand the customer requirements. I had to go through many phases, even PayPal was unable to resolve the issue. PayPal were supporting the seller and were offering me shipping £10 as a friendly gesture. The international shipping for Thailand would cost more than that.
Eventually, I have approached AMEX as the PayPal payment was made through this. They have taken my inputs and helped me resolve the order with a full refund and eGlobal themselves arranged for a pickup. All of this went for nearly 55 days.
Classic example of buyer misassumptions and ignorance. Respect for honesty.
Once, I bought a phone from them. They say its a UK based company but its not. The Brand warranties are not supported in UK. You will have to pay for the shipping and also for return delivery as well.

Poort customer care as they dont understand the customer requirements. I had to go through many phases, even PayPal was unable to resolve the issue. PayPal were supporting the seller and were offering me shipping £10 as a friendly gesture. The international shipping for Thailand would cost more than that.

Eventually, I have approached AMEX as the PayPal payment was made through this. They have taken my inputs and helped me resolve the order with a full refund and eGlobal themselves arranged for a pickup. All of this went for nearly 55 days.
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Argos LG 55UH770V 55 inch SMART 4K Super Ultra HD with HDR £674.10 with code TV10

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Use code TV10 to save 10% Featuring LG's award-winning Smart TV webOS, the LG UH770V 55'' Smart LED TV comes packed with a world of entertainment. Wi-Fi enabled, this stylish TV comes preloaded with o… Read More
Use code TV10 to save 10% Featuring LG's award-winning Smart TV webOS, the LG UH770V 55'' Smart LED TV comes packed with a world of entertainment. Wi-Fi enabled, this stylish TV comes preloaded with o…
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This TV any good? Undecided between this Hisense M7000?
I'm going to say nothing will beat the m7000 at £599, even the curved Samsung isn't great unless you're sitting in direct line of the TV. I keep holding back hoping it'll go down further when new models are released in 1-2 months time but by then stock may have all gone.
Also note with Argos from comments previously they will send you customer returned TVs sometimes faulty/missing screws etc.
Using code TV10 there are other decent deals but you'll be spending more for I guess very little noticeable difference in the picture.
Sony KD55XD7005 for example £663http://www.trustedreviews.com/lg-55uh770v-reviewhttp://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/55uh770v-201610064369.htm
Is the KD49XD8088 better than the Hisense?
Thanks.
Can't help you there sorry specs are similar but would depend on how actual users think it is. I'd just go with the M7000 with the 5 year warranty at JL and AVForums where you have ton of users you're more than sorted:https://www.avforums.com/threads/hisense-55-65m7000-uled-owners-thread.2018360/
My old TV broke so bit stuck with cash, so I've ordered the M7000 from Very :/ it's £649 on there. Crossed fingers. Thanks for your help.
Hisense H55M7000 £619 AO.COM with code 30SMART http://ao.com/product/h55m7000-hisense-tv-silver-41264-108.aspx
kiish
Jay080286
kiish
Jay080286
This TV any good? Undecided between this Hisense M7000?
I'm going to say nothing will beat the m7000 at £599, even the curved Samsung isn't great unless you're sitting in direct line of the TV. I keep holding back hoping it'll go down further when new models are released in 1-2 months time but by then stock may have all gone.
Also note with Argos from comments previously they will send you customer returned TVs sometimes faulty/missing screws etc.
Using code TV10 there are other decent deals but you'll be spending more for I guess very little noticeable difference in the picture.
Sony KD55XD7005 for example £663http://www.trustedreviews.com/lg-55uh770v-reviewhttp://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/55uh770v-201610064369.htm
Is the KD49XD8088 better than the Hisense?
Thanks.
Can't help you there sorry specs are similar but would depend on how actual users think it is. I'd just go with the M7000 with the 5 year warranty at JL and AVForums where you have ton of users you're more than sorted:https://www.avforums.com/threads/hisense-55-65m7000-uled-owners-thread.2018360/

My old TV broke so bit stuck with cash, so I've ordered the M7000 from Very :/ it's £649 on there. Crossed fingers. Thanks for your help.
Jay080286
kiish
Jay080286
This TV any good? Undecided between this Hisense M7000?
I'm going to say nothing will beat the m7000 at £599, even the curved Samsung isn't great unless you're sitting in direct line of the TV. I keep holding back hoping it'll go down further when new models are released in 1-2 months time but by then stock may have all gone.
Also note with Argos from comments previously they will send you customer returned TVs sometimes faulty/missing screws etc.
Using code TV10 there are other decent deals but you'll be spending more for I guess very little noticeable difference in the picture.
Sony KD55XD7005 for example £663http://www.trustedreviews.com/lg-55uh770v-reviewhttp://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/55uh770v-201610064369.htm
Is the KD49XD8088 better than the Hisense?
Thanks.

Can't help you there sorry specs are similar but would depend on how actual users think it is. I'd just go with the M7000 with the 5 year warranty at JL and AVForums where you have ton of users you're more than sorted:
https://www.avforums.com/threads/hisense-55-65m7000-uled-owners-thread.2018360/

Edited By: kiish on Apr 20, 2017 16:54
good deal!
kiish
Jay080286
This TV any good? Undecided between this Hisense M7000?
I'm going to say nothing will beat the m7000 at £599, even the curved Samsung isn't great unless you're sitting in direct line of the TV. I keep holding back hoping it'll go down further when new models are released in 1-2 months time but by then stock may have all gone.
Also note with Argos from comments previously they will send you customer returned TVs sometimes faulty/missing screws etc.
Using code TV10 there are other decent deals but you'll be spending more for I guess very little noticeable difference in the picture.
Sony KD55XD7005 for example £663http://www.trustedreviews.com/lg-55uh770v-reviewhttp://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/55uh770v-201610064369.htm

Is the KD49XD8088 better than the Hisense?

Thanks.
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LG 27UD58 27" 4K UHD IPS Monitor £299.98 @ Amazon

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£299.98 @ Amazon
Amazon seem to be price matching the ebuyer deal from two days ago: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-27ud58-27-4k-ultra-hd-ips-monitor-ebuyer-299-98-with-free-delivery-2666788 Is out of stock Read More
Amazon seem to be price matching the ebuyer deal from two days ago: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-27ud58-27-4k-ultra-hd-ips-monitor-ebuyer-299-98-with-free-delivery-2666788 Is out of stock
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I've had this in my Amazon wishlist for over a month or so and it's been OOS with no estimate of when we might expect more stock. My friend uses one of these with his PS4 Pro and I've heard nothing but good things.
I've got this monitor for my PS4 Pro and it's brilliant
I'd be straight on this too but I'm holding out on the hopes that the 27UD68 model of this drops in price sometime.
Not a lot of difference between the two. I do like the tjin bezel on the UD69
Absolutely, it's so rare nowadays for a manufacturer to provide a surface to rest the user's face on when they slump forward.
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I've had this in my Amazon wishlist for over a month or so and it's been OOS with no estimate of when we might expect more stock. My friend uses one of these with his PS4 Pro and I've heard nothing but good things.
I've got this monitor for my PS4 Pro and it's brilliant

I'd be straight on this too but I'm holding out on the hopes that the 27UD68 model of this drops in price sometime.


Not a lot of difference between the two. I do like the tjin bezel on the UD69
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CHAOSEN3
I've had this in my Amazon wishlist for over a month or so and it's been OOS with no estimate of when we might expect more stock. My friend uses one of these with his PS4 Pro and I've heard nothing but good things.
I've got this monitor for my PS4 Pro and it's brilliant

I'd be straight on this too but I'm holding out on the hopes that the 27UD68 model of this drops in price sometime.
CHAOSEN3
I've had this in my Amazon wishlist for over a month or so and it's been OOS with no estimate of when we might expect more stock. My friend uses one of these with his PS4 Pro and I've heard nothing but good things.


I've got this monitor for my PS4 Pro and it's brilliant
I've had this in my Amazon wishlist for over a month or so and it's been OOS with no estimate of when we might expect more stock. My friend uses one of these with his PS4 Pro and I've heard nothing but good things.
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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?
MEGA30 no longer works - expired
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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I believe it's the same model with a different stand.
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motionwerk
poisondwarf
so does this have a proper 10bit panel?
None of that dithering stuff?
My wife dithers, and i find it bloody annoying, so i dont want my tv to dither as well as her.
Are you filming your wife in HD or 4K?
4K of course lol
yeah ofcourse. she wouldn't fit in HD.
LOL, sorry I couldn't resist posting this joke.

Lol
poisondwarf
motionwerk
poisondwarf
so does this have a proper 10bit panel?
None of that dithering stuff?
My wife dithers, and i find it bloody annoying, so i dont want my tv to dither as well as her.
Are you filming your wife in HD or 4K?
4K of course lol
yeah ofcourse. she wouldn't fit in HD.

LOL, sorry I couldn't resist posting this joke.
thanks op
cheapskate25
poisondwarf
so does this have a proper 10bit panel?
None of that dithering stuff?
My wife dithers, and i find it bloody annoying, so i dont want my tv to dither as well as her.
8bit+FRC dithering, it's also a RGBW panel.

Not for £900, no. They use RGBW panels to bring the cost down, which isn't something you really want in an expensive TV. I'd recommend seeing one in person before buying and possibly avoid altogether if you plan on using a PC with the TV.
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Chanchi32
mchu6am4
2 year warranty? Don't these and equivalent Samsung come with five years?
No the standard warranty for LG is 2 years, on selected models they are offering 5 years which is a promo http://www.lg.com/uk/5yearwarranty
If you want an LG machine with a 5 year warranty is possible but you will be paying more than £300. Depends what you want.
ta
like this 9kg LG one from 3 weeks ago?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-9kg-1400-spin-washing-machine-364-after-code-with-free-delivery-currys-2645898 60 quid more but 5 year warranty.... think I might wait a bit longer for a 5 year one.

Chanchi32
castle
Chanchi32
mchu6am4
2 year warranty? Don't these and equivalent Samsung come with five years?
No the standard warranty for LG is 2 years, on selected models they are offering 5 years which is a promo http://www.lg.com/uk/5yearwarranty
If you want an LG machine with a 5 year warranty is possible but you will be paying more than £300. Depends what you want.
ta
like this 9kg LG one from 3 weeks ago?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-9kg-1400-spin-washing-machine-364-after-code-with-free-delivery-currys-2645898 60 quid more but 5 year warranty.... think I might wait a bit longer for a 5 year one.
Yes I think you will be looking mid £350 for an 8/9kg LG machine with 5 year warranty, which ao, currys, tesco etc will have probably within the next month or so.
This deal is sold out now, so have expired.

8KG Samsung with 5 year for £349 using code MEGA30, it was £309 5 months ago through AO but that was probably a rare offer.

http://ao.com/product/wf80f5e0w4w-samsung-ecobubble-washing-machine-white-26725-1.aspx
castle
Chanchi32
mchu6am4
2 year warranty? Don't these and equivalent Samsung come with five years?
No the standard warranty for LG is 2 years, on selected models they are offering 5 years which is a promo http://www.lg.com/uk/5yearwarranty
If you want an LG machine with a 5 year warranty is possible but you will be paying more than £300. Depends what you want.
ta
like this 9kg LG one from 3 weeks ago?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-9kg-1400-spin-washing-machine-364-after-code-with-free-delivery-currys-2645898 60 quid more but 5 year warranty.... think I might wait a bit longer for a 5 year one.

Yes I think you will be looking mid £350 for an 8/9kg LG machine with 5 year warranty, which ao, currys, tesco etc will have probably within the next month or so.

This deal is sold out now, so have expired.
Chanchi32
mchu6am4
2 year warranty? Don't these and equivalent Samsung come with five years?
No the standard warranty for LG is 2 years, on selected models they are offering 5 years which is a promo http://www.lg.com/uk/5yearwarranty
If you want an LG machine with a 5 year warranty is possible but you will be paying more than £300. Depends what you want.
ta
like this 9kg LG one from 3 weeks ago?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-9kg-1400-spin-washing-machine-364-after-code-with-free-delivery-currys-2645898 60 quid more but 5 year warranty.... think I might wait a bit longer for a 5 year one.
Chanchi32
oceanic
312min wash time at 60 degrees.
John Lewis site states it is 259 mins https://www.johnlewis.com/lg-fh4g7tdn0-freestanding-washing-machine-8kg-load-a-energy-rating-1400rpm-spin-white/p2841664
Edit: see below response which should allay concerns


LG website says 312min tho.....
vassy4u
maccy1
Saved me some leg work...X)
Didn't know u washed clothes using your legs Maccy oO

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Back to £342.99 now
I'd be tempted to have a single 4K display rather than 2 1080p ones but the problem is games tends to look crap rendered at lower res and scaled and there's no way I'd want to pay out for a Rig that could render native 4K.
Now £299.98 from Amazon. They're currently out of stock but you can still order for delivery when they get more in.
I just want an oled 24" at around 144hz with gsync ='( lol
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LG 43UH603V - 43 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV Freeview Play - £349.00 - Richer Sounds

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Ports for the TV Including the Satellite connector
https://i.alza.cz/ImgW.ashx?fd=FotoAddOrig&cd=WK608g0d-04
https://i.alza.cz/ImgW.ashx?fd=FotoAddOrig&cd=WK608g0d-05

Edited By: Steamy.Wee on Apr 19, 2017 01:47
As folk above has said it used RGBW to spoof a 4k effect from what is closer to 3k in effect. Still, it's cheap enough
bobo53
lowest bottom tv in the market with RGBW, therefore not even a real 4k tv.
Vestel are a much better value

I think you're missing the point of HotUKDeals. It's to show people where to get Hot UK Deals on a particular item; the clue is in the name of the website ;) Your comment has no relevance to this websites sole function. May I be so bold as to suggest you sign up to a review forum, where you can take part in the type of remark / discussion that you seem to be under the misguidance this site is for (_;) I'd be very interested to get a link to the Vestel branded unit that is "much better value" with 6 year warranty and carrying the same specification, albeit with true RGB pixels. :D
lowest bottom tv in the market with RGBW, therefore not even a real 4k tv.
Vestel are a much better value
tickedon
Steamy.Wee
tickedon
I would double check whether this actually has freeview play - my understanding was xxUH603 series were not being upgraded by LG.
Have one sitting in my living room, it 100% has freeview play.
That's good to hear :) (the model had been missed off the upgrade list: https://www.freeview.co.uk/news-and-blog/features/freeview-play-launches-on-lg-tvs.html#74RcBUKkXpmy6XoR.97 )

Came out of the box with it. It seams mainly the LG TV's not to get Freeview Play as an OTA upgrade are the more expensive OLED ones, as it's assumed by LG that owners would already have provisions in place to accomodate catchup TV.
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LG 49UH620V 49" Smart 4K HDR TV £419.00 @ Currys

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I was only basing my assertions on reading the entire thread from start to finish as I love following mis -prices like this and seeing what happened. Are you saying that most people who ordered got one then? That wasn't the impression I got but fair enough if I'm wrong. Personally need a bigger screen than this so I didn't try this one but fingers crossed something similar for a 49"+ TV appears soon! And well done on getting one.

So what exactly was the point you were trying to make?


Just that it wasn't a typical deal that everyone could get (as far as I could ascertain). No offence intended so I apologise
misterleoni
I was only basing my assertions on reading the entire thread from start to finish as I love following mis -prices like this and seeing what happened. Are you saying that most people who ordered got one then? That wasn't the impression I got but fair enough if I'm wrong. Personally need a bigger screen than this so I didn't try this one but fingers crossed something similar for a 49"+ TV appears soon! And well done on getting one.

So what exactly was the point you were trying to make?
I was only basing my assertions on reading the entire thread from start to finish as I love following mis -prices like this and seeing what happened. Are you saying that most people who ordered got one then? That wasn't the impression I got but fair enough if I'm wrong. Personally need a bigger screen than this so I didn't try this one but fingers crossed something similar for a 49"+ TV appears soon! And well done on getting one.
3guesses
misterleoni
Those people who got them were exclusively people who visited the store and got lucky. There would have been an element of banter and charm involved in such an acquisition, as well as the risk that it wouldn't work (which it didn't in most cases). The fact that it would also have varied depending on where you lived means that I would struggle to consider that situation a 'deal' because the likelihood of a good outcome was so chaotic. Kudos to those who got one though as it was a real bargain for them!

Good to see lots of well-evidenced assertions there, and not simply a case of sour grapes.


Not sour grapes here, just pointing out that it wasn't something everyone could have bought or 'achieved'. If it were sour grapes why would I congratulate people on getting one? Personally I think it's great when people get a good deal, and I applaud those savvy enough to do it if it takes a bit of work, or a bit of bargaining. Not sure why you seem to resent my comment so much, as I was only pointing out that it wasn't a typical 'deal' in my eyes.
misterleoni
Those people who got them were exclusively people who visited the store and got lucky. There would have been an element of banter and charm involved in such an acquisition, as well as the risk that it wouldn't work (which it didn't in most cases). The fact that it would also have varied depending on where you lived means that I would struggle to consider that situation a 'deal' because the likelihood of a good outcome was so chaotic. Kudos to those who got one though as it was a real bargain for them!

Good to see lots of well-evidenced assertions there, and not simply a case of sour grapes.
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LG OLED55E6V £1,999.00 @ Crampton & Moore

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JL wouldn't price match this as you have to click on the 'get £200 off it button'.sad times lol
I bought one for £2050 from Richer Sounds yesterday with a 6 year warranty on a Price Match for this - heat from me
idbroadhurst
Cheapest it's ever been..... Yup, deffo cold :D
Yep. No negative comments and no one seems to be able to quote a better deal for this TV so yep cold!!
Considering this but have £350 Curry voucher to use up soon. They are £200 more than this deal which is frustrating.
Totally agree. after owning a Samsung 48ju7000 this is by far the better at and picture quality unbelievable. 3d totally amazing. I've not found the input lag to be a major problem at all even in non game mode.
I have this TV and it's superb.best TV I have bought and that's a great price.and 3d is great.
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LG 43UH610V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" with Freeview HD - £369.00 @ John Lewis

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TH71
Excuse me for possible thickness, but how do you tell if a 4k TV has a RGBW panel
Ta:)
Only LG use this type of panel and then only on entry level sets most of the UH 6 range use the RGBW panel.
Just to clarify, only the IPS screens, the mva panel is a genuine 4k one.
TH71
Excuse me for possible thickness, but how do you tell if a 4k TV has a RGBW panel
Ta:)

You can take a picture of the screen whilst it's displaying a full white image if you're looking at TVs in stores (if you have a decent camera), you'll notice that after the red, green and blue sub-pixel there's a fourth white sub-pixel, you'll be able to tell if the panel is IPS or a VA as well. But generally most of the LGs starting with a 6 are RGBW.

There's a good site here to check as well. Scroll down past the Vertical viewing angle and if there's a bit added it will mention the RGBW structure.
TH71
Excuse me for possible thickness, but how do you tell if a 4k TV has a RGBW panel
Ta:)

Only LG use this type of panel and then only on entry level sets most of the UH 6 range use the RGBW panel.
Excuse me for possible thickness, but how do you tell if a 4k TV has a RGBW panel

Ta:)
I have this tv sound is great, changed settings on tv a few times but still not impressed with picture. Had 4K on Netflix the picture not good at all but I'm wondering if that's down to poor internet speed
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you can get this board New from ebay for about £70

Are you referring to the lesser speced gaming k3 rather that the gaming 3?
Why cold? Thinking about getting this.
buckiebull
you can get this board New from ebay for about £70
New are selling for 135, the cheapest I can see that sold in the last month went for 115.
you can get this board New from ebay for about £70
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Love these deals, was on at John Lewis as well, not that i wanted the tv, but meant i could pick up a brand new sh7 soundbar for £130 on gumtree with the JL warranty included.... works very well paired with my echo dot :)
looks good
HeyPablo
Andboy
HeyPablo
andybarnes
This would make the 65 around £2520? That's a great deal.
Nice. Just bought the 65" B6V for £2,429 using the TV10 code down from £2,699
That code has expired. Only TV related code I'm aware of is the £100 for over £1499.
TV10 was active as of a couple of hours ago when I bought the TV: -http://tinypic.com/r/15s3k80/9

My apologies, I thought this was the Currys deal and they had the same code which has expired - it tells you if you try to use it. That code is still active on Argos.
Andboy
HeyPablo
andybarnes
This would make the 65 around £2520? That's a great deal.
Nice. Just bought the 65" B6V for £2,429 using the TV10 code down from £2,699
That code has expired. Only TV related code I'm aware of is the £100 for over £1499.

TV10 was active as of a couple of hours ago when I bought the TV: -

http://tinypic.com/r/15s3k80/9
HeyPablo
andybarnes
This would make the 65 around £2520? That's a great deal.
Nice. Just bought the 65" B6V for £2,429 using the TV10 code down from £2,699

That code has expired. Only TV related code I'm aware of is the £100 for over £1499.
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Has anyone got this or one of this size in 4k? I'm wondering what 4k is like in a 24" as I used to have 1080 24"
Depends on what sizing you use, at the optimal 200% sizing it's identical to 1920x1080. The best size depends on your viewing distance (desk depth), but 23" would be the reference 96dpi.
liltman
I personally want a ultrawide monitor over 4k
Sadly the HiDPI Ultrawides aren't out yet or you could have both. I'm waiting for 5120x2160 myself (200% 2560x1080).
Are these high dpi ones coming soon?
I haven't heard anything yet.

Damn lol, I really want one now so not sure if I can wait besides these ones are already around £500 for current ultra wide models I dread to think how much the next would be lol
SleepyChris
Lucky88
With a Display brightness: 250 cd/m the contrast of content displayed would suffer.
How's this? How is contast related to brightness? It's just a ratio isn't it? Usually about 1000:1 for an LCD panel from what I've seen..or are you talking about dynamic contrast?...which is related to the backlight and is usually something in the order of infinity if you believe the manufacturers (or include the OFF button)...there's a whole other argument here which I'm not trying to get into. I have no axe to grind...just curious as to where your statement comes from...maybe something to do with the eyes ability to distinguish shades at lower light levels? Cheers.
I guess it would suffer if you've got a bright window behind it or shining onto it. That's about it though.
liltman
EndlessWaves
liltman
Has anyone got this or one of this size in 4k? I'm wondering what 4k is like in a 24" as I used to have 1080 24"
Depends on what sizing you use, at the optimal 200% sizing it's identical to 1920x1080. The best size depends on your viewing distance (desk depth), but 23" would be the reference 96dpi.
liltman
I personally want a ultrawide monitor over 4k
Sadly the HiDPI Ultrawides aren't out yet or you could have both. I'm waiting for 5120x2160 myself (200% 2560x1080).
Are these high dpi ones coming soon?

I haven't heard anything yet.
Don't know why this is cold, I bought two of these a couple of months ago for 300-odd each and they're cracking monitors. :)
EndlessWaves
liltman
Has anyone got this or one of this size in 4k? I'm wondering what 4k is like in a 24" as I used to have 1080 24"
Depends on what sizing you use, at the optimal 200% sizing it's identical to 1920x1080. The best size depends on your viewing distance (desk depth), but 23" would be the reference 96dpi.
liltman
I personally want a ultrawide monitor over 4k
Sadly the HiDPI Ultrawides aren't out yet or you could have both. I'm waiting for 5120x2160 myself (200% 2560x1080).

Are these high dpi ones coming soon?
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LG 49UH610V 49 Inch Web OS SMART 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR - £419.00 @ Argos

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Aside from the price, what's the difference between this and the 650v for £499


Just wondering as with discount the 650v is only about £30 more. Wondered if it is worth the extra.
Aside from the price, what's the difference between this and the 650v for £499
picked this up for 319 from pc world this morning. assumed it was a pricing error as the price changed a few mins after reserving it.
I think the 620v is identical, likely a Currys product number to prevent price matching. Nice deal either way but you get £10 back with argos.
vassy4u
Collected mine for £319 from Currys. It's the 620v model
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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 49UH620V 4K UHD HDR TV now £319.00 @ Currys Pc world

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Spotted this morning, seriously tempted to upgrade my old Samsung now, free delivery too. Read More
Spotted this morning, seriously tempted to upgrade my old Samsung now, free delivery too.
AnonAnonAgain Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago94 Comments
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anyone else getting motion blur when watching a blu ray on the cinema picture setting?
Tallyho
JayITFC
Anyone found a preferred viewing mode or settings for best picture settings?

I have been tweaking with HDR ( medium ) & ISF Dark Room, both look great.

What an utter bargain this was for those who got it.


Can't believe I actually didn't get one myself now I'm stuck with no bargain TV available to buy
That's right fellas, rub it in!!:(
ordered and picked it up thursday, great tv at a fantastic price, thanks Anon
JayITFC
Anyone found a preferred viewing mode or settings for best picture settings?

I have been tweaking with HDR ( medium ) & ISF Dark Room, both look great.

What an utter bargain this was for those who got it.
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LG 49UH610V ultra HD Smart tv 49 inch £419.00 @ Amazon

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Seems a good price with free delivery. I know you can buy better TVs but might be useful for those of us with less of a budget. Reviews are good from what I've read. Model: 49UH610V - MBeeching Read More
Seems a good price with free delivery. I know you can buy better TVs but might be useful for those of us with less of a budget. Reviews are good from what I've read. Model: 49UH610V - MBeeching
bolt1983 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago5 Comments
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Newer model for same price at currys/pcworld. As far as I can tell only difference is better hdr and slightly better eco results and a different stand!

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-audio/televisions/televisions/lg-49uh620v-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-49-led-tv-10144772-pdt.html
bolt1983
Perfect harmony between ULTRA HD 4K Resolution and HDR technologies generates an incredibly rich and vibrant visuals.
ULTRA HD 4K resolution is four times that of Full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close.
True Black Panel, an anti-glare film within the panel reduces reflection rate by scattering harsh lights across the screen. This allows you to see new depths of darkness in your entertainment.
When something is shown in HDR there is a dynamic range on display that is closer to the huge range of colours and shades that your eye can process. HDR gives your eye more to see, sun glistens off water, stars shine brighter in the sky, the lights of the city glow stronger at night.
Stream 4K UHD programmes from your favourite providers thanks to advanced HEVC decoding technology. 4K UHD content available exclusively through Smart TV webOS from selected providers only. Minimum standard of internet connection and subscription may be required.
Of course and Brexit will deliver weekly savings of £350m......
Perfect harmony between ULTRA HD 4K Resolution and HDR technologies generates an incredibly rich and vibrant visuals.
ULTRA HD 4K resolution is four times that of Full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close.
True Black Panel, an anti-glare film within the panel reduces reflection rate by scattering harsh lights across the screen. This allows you to see new depths of darkness in your entertainment.
When something is shown in HDR there is a dynamic range on display that is closer to the huge range of colours and shades that your eye can process. HDR gives your eye more to see, sun glistens off water, stars shine brighter in the sky, the lights of the city glow stronger at night.
Stream 4K UHD programmes from your favourite providers thanks to advanced HEVC decoding technology. 4K UHD content available exclusively through Smart TV webOS from selected providers only. Minimum standard of internet connection and subscription may be required.
is it hdr for PS4 pro as I'm after a new TV but not to expensive
Same price at Argos but you get a £10 voucher when you spend over £100
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LG OLED55B6V with Richer Sounds 6yr warrenty - £1,599.00 (using code) @ Richer Sounds

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I've been waiting a while for this TV to drop in price from the 2k mark. The set is listed as £1699 on their website but can be dropped to £1599 using the code TV100 I do not think it will fall muc… Read More
I've been waiting a while for this TV to drop in price from the 2k mark. The set is listed as £1699 on their website but can be dropped to £1599 using the code TV100 I do not think it will fall muc…
kennettspage Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago24 Comments
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Ordered at long last. Thanks OP.
defard
I was interested but according to some reviews the gaming lag is atrocious (sad face)

Input lag is now better than the C6/E6/G6 after the recent update.

There is also a HDR game mode which I've been using with mass effect andromeda (PC - through Shield TV), it's not as bright as it should be though (standard HDR mode is much brighter) so hopefully they will sort this out in an upcoming update. I assume this will happen because a number of people are kicking off about it online, as is the way with these things nowadays.
Go for argos deal with free soundbar then code TVSAVE £1530 tried John Lewis but they would not match
Great deal, if you are looking for the lg sound bar to go with it Argos have this with the SH7 sound bar for 1699. Might help someone who wants to price match with John Lewis.
ebilcake1
You can also get this or the curved version from PC World for the same price with code 100LSTV,



RS 6yrs cover is way more comprehensive than currys 5yr
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LG 65UH615V 65 inch tv at argos - £899.00 reduced from £1399 @ Argos

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899 at argos Quidco/topcashback etc..... Edit - just seen it for less at $849 richer sounds! Read More
899 at argos Quidco/topcashback etc..... Edit - just seen it for less at $849 richer sounds!
Wide.Awake.Jake Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago4 Comments
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Nice find!!
unfortunately stock seems limited
gwmackay
they appear to be two different TV's per the pictures.

oh - you're right http://www.richersounds.com/static/manuals/65UH661V.pdf this is the manual on that page for the richer sounds one. Never mind - the argos one you still get the voucher and cashback.


weird how th URL says it's the same tv though :
http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/65%22-4k-smart-tv/lg-65uh615v

Actually - I think it's a generic manual - The URL says it's different so I guess it is the wrong picture.


Edited By: Wide.Awake.Jake on Apr 12, 2017 14:20
they appear to be two different TV's per the pictures.
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LG SH5 2.1Ch 320W Bluetooth Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer £149.00 C+C @ Argos (+ £10 voucher back)

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Still on Amazon for £207.67 so not bad price at all for a 320W wireless system + you get a £10 voucher back from Argos. Great reviews too! Enhance your home entertainment experience with the LG SH… Read More
Still on Amazon for £207.67 so not bad price at all for a 320W wireless system + you get a £10 voucher back from Argos. Great reviews too! Enhance your home entertainment experience with the LG SH…
mackay85 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago4 Comments
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Isn't this the same as the sky deal for £99
"Disappointing sound quality" Which?
mwuk17
Not sure why this is voted cold, seems like the best price for a well reviewed sound bar?
:(
Not sure why this is voted cold, seems like the best price for a well reviewed sound bar?
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LG OLED55C6V Smart 3D 4K Curved 55" TV @ Currys - £1,599.00

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Use code 100LSTV to get to this price. This is the cheapest I have seen this telly and I am thinking to bite...although curve is not my thing but at this price its not a bad deal and includes 5 yea… Read More
Use code 100LSTV to get to this price. This is the cheapest I have seen this telly and I am thinking to bite...although curve is not my thing but at this price its not a bad deal and includes 5 yea…
IK1 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago91 Comments
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Price has been reduced by £100. I had mine delivered last Saturday I just rang up and they price matched so I got £100 refund and so the TV was £1499 which is even better deal.

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

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

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

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

Edited By: loadsavmoney on Apr 18, 2017 23:28: .
comfysofa
Bought a c6v about 2 months ago. More than pleased (paid 1750 for mine.) with regards to the firmware updates I've found the online update doesn't work but you can manually download it from their site (yes, there was one last month.)
Thanks, i don't have HDR game mode either
i've been checking for an update since last year using wifi through the TV but there's never one to download, i was just about to google to see why, no need now i know they're not sending the update direct to the TV
Bought a c6v about 2 months ago. More than pleased (paid 1750 for mine.) with regards to the firmware updates I've found the online update doesn't work but you can manually download it from their site (yes, there was one last month.)
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LG 49 inch TV LH545 £269.00 ASDA INSTORE @ PRESTON

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Decent TV for decent price £269. Seems like an in-store offer and they had few on the shelf when I left store an hour ago (8ish pm). Read More
Decent TV for decent price £269. Seems like an in-store offer and they had few on the shelf when I left store an hour ago (8ish pm).
VOTED_HOT_SOL Avatar2w, 8h agoFound 2 weeks, 8 hours ago2 Comments
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sam_of_london
Spend little more and buy a 4K tv .


Why?
Spend little more and buy a 4K tv .
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LG 65UH950V Silver - 65inch Ultra HD TV, 3D, LED, Smart with Freeview HD+,Freesat HD - £1,549.99 (with code) @ Co-Op Electrical

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Available at this price using code CP50 £1,599 at Richer Sounds, £1,749 at Currys & Amazon. Link to LG site http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-65UH950V Product Description IPS 4K Quantum Disp… Read More
Available at this price using code CP50 £1,599 at Richer Sounds, £1,749 at Currys & Amazon. Link to LG site http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-65UH950V Product Description IPS 4K Quantum Disp…
scottishpunter Avatar2w, 8h agoFound 2 weeks, 8 hours 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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LG OLED 55B6V TV - £1745.02 @ PRC Direct with 5 year Guarantee and SH7 (using 3% quidco) for £1,798.99

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Best deal I've seen for the last few weeks. Free sound bar and 5 year guarantee as well. Extra 3% off using Quidco. So £1745.02 with quidco discount and you could maybe get £150 for the soundbar which… Read More
Best deal I've seen for the last few weeks. Free sound bar and 5 year guarantee as well. Extra 3% off using Quidco. So £1745.02 with quidco discount and you could maybe get £150 for the soundbar which…
jparok Avatar2w, 14h agoFound 2 weeks, 14 hours ago2 Comments
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This was the cheapest at the time you posted it so I don't know why it's cold, but it's back down to £1699 at pretty much all retailers now and some of them even give you the free sh7 sound bar too
If this is getting cold votes, then someone please let me know where I can find it cheaper :)
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LG NB3540 320w Soundbar and Wireless Subwoofer! £99.00 Delivered at Sky!

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I know this has been posted as part of the Sky Accessories sale but this really needs a post of it's own to bring attention to it! This is currently £150 on Amazon. Free delivery! I know ther… Read More
I know this has been posted as part of the Sky Accessories sale but this really needs a post of it's own to bring attention to it! This is currently £150 on Amazon. Free delivery! I know ther…
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Please delete this deal mods. It's already posted
Already has a post of its own.

Previous post
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LG G6 pre-order £27 a month for 24 mths and up front cost £85 with code - total £733.00 @ mobiles.co.uk

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Good deal on mobiles.co.uk. LG G6 on O2 with 3gb of data and unlim minutes and text. £27 a month and use code VC15OFF to bring up front cost down to £85.Total cost £733 over 24 months. Comparison Read More
Good deal on mobiles.co.uk. LG G6 on O2 with 3gb of data and unlim minutes and text. £27 a month and use code VC15OFF to bring up front cost down to £85.Total cost £733 over 24 months. Comparison
jugglingandroid Avatar2w, 20h agoFound 2 weeks, 20 hours ago57 Comments
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Has anyone received the phone yet. I got my one today but noticed the box did not have the seal on it.
Just wondering whats the difference is in having a sim contract direct from o2 when compared to a third party company
I've had both the G3 and the G4 (broke the G3 being clumsy) but I'll not be buying the G6 because of the sealed battery. I'll likely just keep buying G4 batteries until it's too hard to source a quality one at a reasonable price and then have a look to see what's available.
tumbleweed34
Is the G5 still worth a buy for someone not wanting to either get a contract, or not used to flagship performance?

I've been eyeing one up today.


The G5 got some pretty great reviews from the more techy magazines and websites - it just didn't seem to appeal to the phone buying public.
Is the G5 still worth a buy for someone not wanting to either get a contract, or not used to flagship performance?

I've been eyeing one up today.
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LG 43" 43UH661V HDR Pro Smart Ultra 4K TV, £360.00 with code @ BTshop

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Use voucher code: SPRINGTV0417 for £360, price including delivery Ushering in a new era in picture realism, the HDR-equipped LG 43UH661V makes TV more immersive than ever. HDR - High Dynamic Range f… Read More
Use voucher code: SPRINGTV0417 for £360, price including delivery Ushering in a new era in picture realism, the HDR-equipped LG 43UH661V makes TV more immersive than ever. HDR - High Dynamic Range f…
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"Sorry this product is no longer available"
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-43uh610v-43-freeview-hd-freesat-hd-freeview-play-smart-4k-ultra-hd-with-hdr-tv-2667356

Basically Same TV, even cheaper on AO.

Edited By: Tenacious_Tea on Apr 17, 2017 15:37: Correction
i bought this when it was £388 a few weeks ago and for me it is perfect. Netflix in 4k looks pretty great (though I'm disappointed to hear it's not true 4k, i doubt if notice the difference). the HDR doesn't seem to make a big difference to me.

What i love though, is the webos 3 interface. iPlayer, Netflix and Amazon video week really well, as do the web browser and casting from my phone.

be aware that the LG magic remote isn't included though - just a rubbish basic remote.
I think it is an RGBW pixel and therefore a FAUX 4k
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Intel Pentium G4560 Dual Core 4 Threads 3.5ghz lga1151 Kaby lake £51.67+£6.53 delivery Amazon France £58.14

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edit: No longer a good deal with delivery Slightly cheaper than the last time this was posted, the best budget CPU at the moment, great price to performance, much cheaper than an i3 but only slight… Read More
edit: No longer a good deal with delivery Slightly cheaper than the last time this was posted, the best budget CPU at the moment, great price to performance, much cheaper than an i3 but only slight…
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I made this 2 weeks ago runs pretty sweet even without a SSD.

https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/rC98vV

You can get this chip for £49.25 from alza.co.uk it's £5 delivery but if you spend over £70 and sign up for the newsletter you get a £5 discount. I bought the b250m d2v mobo as well but seems they don't have that model at the minute have other b250m mobos though. Saves a bit more if you are buying more than just the cpu. It is based in Ukraine though so it would be a headache to return but seems OK for small purchases.


Edited By: Gottograbthemall on Apr 10, 2017 20:19: Add info
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shikztheurbanlegend
thanks op. can anyone please recommend a good motherboard for this ?
I bought this >Clicky< for £63.50 at the time and 16gb of the Ballistix DDR4 ram for £70.52 that was on offer a few weeks ago.
Put it all together and it runs sweet, impressive bios on the motherboard but then I have upgraded from an Asus motherboard from 9 years ago.
Runs iRacing, Dirt Rally at really good rates for me in 1080 x 1920 but my graphics card is letting it down as it's only a 1GB Asus 7790 but overall very impressed with the performance for such a low price cpu.
I plan on getting the exact same setup, I bought the G4560 and the same ram deal, also looking at the same motherboard . I'm hoping for a RX 480 deal under £150, maybe the price will drop when the vesa series comes out

Well that's a coincidence, I have been googling RX 480 cards this afternoon to replace the 7790.
Once that's installed then should see me good until the i5 processors come down in price.
Bad.Actor
shikztheurbanlegend
thanks op. can anyone please recommend a good motherboard for this ?

I bought this >Clicky< for £63.50 at the time and 16gb of the Ballistix DDR4 ram for £70.52 that was on offer a few weeks ago.
Put it all together and it runs sweet, impressive bios on the motherboard but then I have upgraded from an Asus motherboard from 9 years ago.
Runs iRacing, Dirt Rally at really good rates for me in 1080 x 1920 but my graphics card is letting it down as it's only a 1GB Asus 7790 but overall very impressed with the performance for such a low price cpu.


I plan on getting the exact same setup, I bought the G4560 and the same ram deal, also looking at the same motherboard . I'm hoping for a RX 480 deal under £150, maybe the price will drop when the vesa series comes out
shikztheurbanlegend
thanks op. can anyone please recommend a good motherboard for this ?

I bought this >Clicky< for £63.50 at the time and 16gb of the Ballistix DDR4 ram for £70.52 that was on offer a few weeks ago.
Put it all together and it runs sweet, impressive bios on the motherboard but then I have upgraded from an Asus motherboard from 9 years ago.
Runs iRacing, Dirt Rally at really good rates for me in 1080 x 1920 but my graphics card is letting it down as it's only a 1GB Asus 7790 but overall very impressed with the performance for such a low price cpu.

Edited By: Bad.Actor on Apr 10, 2017 17:51
shikztheurbanlegend
thanks op. can anyone please recommend a good motherboard for this ?

Considering this card is a low budget option, I would go for the B250 series. Other more expensive options would be Z270 series (mainly for overclocking, which can't be done on this processor without downgrading motherboard bios) and H270 series