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deanoh11
DuncanMon1
deanoh11
This is an entry level 4K from LG. It only has HDR processing, not true HDR.
If ur after entry level, go with the Hisense for half the price!
Which hisense at half the price?
The 55s are closer to 500? If this was a bit better ..
Hmm
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hisense-h50m3300-50-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-tv-399-00-ao-com-2486735
Less price in this instance most certainly means less quality

Au contraire my friend, Hisense have been getting great user reviews.
In this article, it describes this LG as 'UH61 is another cheap 4K TV in the 6 series' lol

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

In a nutshell, this is an expensive entry level 4K TV


Edited By: deanoh11 on Jul 29, 2016 20:34
deanoh11
DuncanMon1
deanoh11
This is an entry level 4K from LG. It only has HDR processing, not true HDR.
If ur after entry level, go with the Hisense for half the price!
Which hisense at half the price?
The 55s are closer to 500? If this was a bit better ..
Hmm
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hisense-h50m3300-50-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-tv-399-00-ao-com-2486735

Less price in this instance most certainly means less quality
DuncanMon1
deanoh11
This is an entry level 4K from LG. It only has HDR processing, not true HDR.
If ur after entry level, go with the Hisense for half the price!
Which hisense at half the price?
The 55s are closer to 500? If this was a bit better ..
Hmm

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hisense-h50m3300-50-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-tv-399-00-ao-com-2486735
So £700+ worth of TV with Joke Warranty from Argos as 12 months...

NO THANKS.
DuncanMon
On the verge of buying this but I need to know the distance between the feet of the stands to know if it will fit on my current unit.

Anyone seen any specs? Cant find them myself


​It fits my unit which apparently only fits a 52. The width of my unit it 120cm also it fits a PS4 underneath. I'll measure it tonight if you're still unsure :)
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LG 43" 43LF540V £249.99 @ eBuyer.com

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Pretty good price for that model. Equipped with 2 HDMI ports
kudli Avatar1d, 5h agoFound 1 day, 5 hours ago3 Comments
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schindler33
Is there a way to attach speakers to this TV, since it doesn't have a headphone jack.
Well, unfortunately that might be problematic as it seems that this TV does not have headphone jack, optical port or even HDMI-ARC ability.
Is there a way to attach speakers to this TV, since it doesn't have a headphone jack.
Bought a refurbished one from Tesco outlet, £199 delivered yesterday, its brand new
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=400971574995
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LG K8 PAYG £79.99 + £10 top up (3 months free Google Play Music) £89.99 @ EE

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Only 8GB of Memory and 1.5 GB RAM I'm afraid, SD Card supported, running Marshmallow. I believe its locked? EE charge £8.99 for unlock (Charge is taken from your phone credit) Memory CPU - MT6735
4Real2016 Avatar2d, 6h agoFound 2 days, 6 hours ago3 Comments
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P8 lite over this any day.
Gollywood
What an apologetic thread!
Man up for your K8...M8 :{

:D
What an apologetic thread!

Man up for your K8...M8 :{
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LG DH3140 300W 5.1DVD £49.00 in Tesco 'clearance' instore (Barrow in Furness)

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I just found it in Barrow in Furness tesco. The cheapest I've seen on the Internet is 80. It probably local but worth to share
kozakov9 Avatar2d, 8h agoFound 2 days, 8 hours ago2 Comments
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Shambles
Well, it's available on Tesco Direct

Pfft, I'll link it for you then

http://www.tesco.com/direct/lg-dh3140s-300w-51-dvd-home-theatre-system/624-8830.prd?skuId=624-8830&pageLevel=sku
Well, it's available on Tesco Direct
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LG 29UM68 29" IPS LED Ultrawide FHD Gaming Monitor £249.99 Ebuyer

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29" IPS Panel 21:9 Ultrawide Full HD HDMI & Displayport 5ms Response Time Built in Speaker
lowbacca Avatar2d, 12h agoFound 2 days, 12 hours ago16 Comments
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I didn't check the full specs, thanks for the heads up BigYoSpeck. I see the Freesync range is quite narrow, at DP 40~75Hz. Good to have it though. Maybe lowbacca could add this to the main description.
BigYoSpeck
hitman007
G sync or freesync would make it better.
It has Freesync
hitman007
G sync or freesync would make it better.

It has Freesync
G sync or freesync would make it better.
It would appear that it's only 75Hz refresh rate, I'd not consider that a gaming monitor, personally, after upgrading to a 24" G-sync 144Hz monitor (dare I state the theoretical 1ms GTG time? It's an interesting aspect ratio, certainly :)
I've got the 34" version of this. After 1 week there's just no going back!! Ultra wide is the future. :)
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LG NP5550 P5 Compact Wireless Portable Bluetooth Speaker £25.49 argos/ebay

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Correct price shown when added to basket P7 model for £42.49 after 15% discount
pavel76 Avatar2d, 20h agoFound 2 days, 20 hours ago1 Comment
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I really shouldn't have but at this price it is perfect as a bathroom speaker.
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LG 55EC930V- clearance £988.95 @ Richer Sounds

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OLED tv for under a grand but not 4K, still beats most tv's with 4K in my opion.
chrispaps12 Avatar5d, 3h agoFound 5 days, 3 hours ago22 Comments
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what's the difference between the 920/950/960 models?
I wouldn't touch a refurbished tv with a bargepole unless it was less than half price, but if anyone's interested there's a refurbished newer 910v model for less than the OP's deal on the older 930 model here:-

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LG-55EG910V-55-OLED-Full-HD-Curved-3D-Smart-TV-with-webOS-2-0-WiFi/191815984183?_trksid=p2047675.c100011.m1850&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D37567%26meid%3D2a04047025054fbbaff808d25e164a26%26pid%3D100011%26rk%3D5%26rkt%3D10%26sd%3D282048757370

Edited By: melted on Jul 26, 2016 11:02
krismcguirk
adam4007
stbk
If it's refurbished then its cold from me sorry...
Same here mate. I would not touch a refurbished tv.

Last time i checked not all of the TV's were refurbished, some are ex display, open box etc.
I picked up this tv from clearance and was given a 6 year guarantee included in the price, I just had to ask.

Picture quality is increidble once you've calibrated it, IMO OLED > 4K, the black levels are amazing and contrast is the best I've seen on a TV.

Kris.


Love my 910v mate. Cost me £300 to get it calibrated looks amazing.
adam4007
stbk
If it's refurbished then its cold from me sorry...
Same here mate. I would not touch a refurbished tv.

Last time i checked not all of the TV's were refurbished, some are ex display, open box etc.
I picked up this tv from clearance and was given a 6 year guarantee included in the price, I just had to ask.

Picture quality is increidble once you've calibrated it, IMO OLED > 4K, the black levels are amazing and contrast is the best I've seen on a TV.

Kris.
garryallen
buddy1976
ive just sold this to get a 4k oled. the difference between this and my new 4k seems minimal. great price for a great tv. hot from me

Did you get one of the new LG 4K OLED panels, out of interest? If the difference is only minimal, I think the cheapest is like £2500 which is a massive difference if you don't want or need 4K. Tempted by this.


​its the 55b6v 2016 model i got it cheap through a work incentive so could not resist at less than half the rrp. just waiting for Sky Q UHD to go live on 13th of august see if live sports in uhd @ 50fps are a more impressive improvement over the 1080p model
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LG 49LF540V 49" TV £296.10 with code @ AO

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Use code 10LGTV for 10% off the £329 asking price. A branded 49" 1080p TV for under £300! sound pretty good to me. This TV isnt without sacrifices though, the bad points I've found are Only 2 HDMI
rossaw Avatar1w, 48m agoFound 1 week, 48 minutes ago14 Comments
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cldox
cuslund
Not 4k, might as well get a TV with huge back if you want to buy old tech! Smart 4k is a must now!!!!
Chromecast/Fire TV/Android box are infinitely better than a smart TV as they are at least updated, unlike most smart TVs which will never see a software update
Stupid reply, Smart TVs are ALWAYS updated, u idiot
Gollywood
LOUGHBORO GUY
Yes it's got a freeview HD tuner built in its a bargain

​LG (pun intended), if the 2 of us had a TV for every time we posted on a TV deal, we'd be called the Vestel factory! :D
Yes lol
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cuslund
Not 4k, might as well get a TV with huge back if you want to buy old tech! Smart 4k is a must now!!!!

Chromecast/Fire TV/Android box are infinitely better than a smart TV as they are at least updated, unlike most smart TVs which will never see a software update
this work with google cardboard or pokemon go please ?
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LG 49UH610V 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR, Freeview HD & webOS - Black £494.10 delivered @ AO (After 10% off all LG TVs Code)

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_________________ *** Code: 10LGTV *** This looks like an awesome price for this model/spec 4k - Smart TV with HDR & 3 x HDMI and 1x USB This particular model is about £50 more elsewhere, but becaus…
NeoTrix Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago25 Comments
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Try adding something to push over 499£ and stacking code GET40 to get another 40£ off ( it worked for a 799£ purchase). If GET30 works for 399£ + then maybe GET40 works for 499£?

I tried GET50 which doesn't work btw :-p
The reality with true all round full HDR functionality is that a TV will need to have the official Ultra HD Premium logo on it but you will have to pay a great premium for it.

However, there may be benefits of some partial HDR compatibility to improve picture quality but whether that will equate to something that a user can spot will likely be subject to much speculation.

Looking at the specs on the LG site it talks of HDR effect, which may well be marketing trickery to some degree.

I doubt that it will hurt not to have it fully implemented though and I would imagine that we are some time away from budget sets sporting the Ultra HD Premium logo.
The six month interest free credit on this deal could be an extra selling point
I would recommend 4K as video support is appearing on revisions of current-gen consoles within the next 6 months, and likely we'll see 4K gaming within 18 months. As one would expect the lifetime of this TV to exceed 18 months, it is worth future-proofing.

The HDR feature is not really indicative of display quality, it is merely software support for extra colour in the video codec profiles - where previously such displays would maximize their colour capability by stretching the contrast artificially (perhaps looking slightly unnatural in some scenes). For example, many "regular" Samsung & Sony 4K sets released in 2015 not marketed as HDR-ready have since received firmware updates to support HDR video.

It appears that the insanely expensive OLED TVs are the only way to truly experience HDR in a worthwhile manner as intended.

Also worth noting is that 4K is difficult to stream on most ADSL connections, often requiring fibre. So non-fibre users will most likely require the purchase of physical media.

desert
I am currently looking for a TV and I'm between this one and this sony I've seen;ao.com and use code "GET30" to get £30 off it making it £500.
Can anyone tell me what's best, I'm pretty clueless. I don't care if it's 4K or 1080p (or do I?)


Edited By: Visualise on Jul 21, 2016 22:39: edit
I am currently looking for a TV and I'm between this one and this sony I've seen;

ao.com and use code "GET30" to get £30 off it making it £500.

Can anyone tell me what's best, I'm pretty clueless. I don't care if it's 4K or 1080p (or do I?)
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LEMFO GV08 Bluetooth Smart Watch Phone Support SIM Card with Camera for iPhone Samsung HTC LG Android (Orange) £9.99 prime / £13.98 non prime sold by LEMFO International fulfilled by Amazon

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cheap as chips smart watch bit old but might be worth a punt? Orange only :( and IOS integration not looking good but android should be ok.
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Lots of similar ones on Amazon and eBay for under a tenner. Mate bought one - works well with his android phone. Little bit bulky but not awful.
itsgun4u
Available again. Thanks op bought but then realised I don't need it. So cancelled my order.


​not available at that price any more. £48 now
itsgun4u
MEDICGUY
itsgun4u
Available again. Thanks op bought but then realised I don't need it. So cancelled my order.
​Eh? Do you often buy things you don't need then cancel them?
​No

Me neither.

Wee Davy along the road does, though.
MEDICGUY
itsgun4u
Available again. Thanks op bought but then realised I don't need it. So cancelled my order.


​Eh? Do you often buy things you don't need then cancel them?


​No
itsgun4u
Available again. Thanks op bought but then realised I don't need it. So cancelled my order.


​Eh? Do you often buy things you don't need then cancel them?
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2016 LG OLED55B6V OLED 4k UHD 55" TV £2,519.10 @ Richer Sounds using Voucher Code (also 10 months Pay Later)

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Following on from the success of pops1975's Costco deal (£2,399.98) for the same TV, I thought I'd post this deal from Richer Sounds. Yes, it's a little more, but with online availability, a 6 year ca…
cutthroat_jake Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago13 Comments
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nitro228
Seems expensive I've got a 50" plasma that cost less than a third of this


​hahaha funny guy!!!
anthonynsinclair
skyarsenal
2.5 k for a 55inch TV ...... COLD
​There is more to discover than quantity, quality for example. Hot

Lets face it, that user knows nothing about tv tech by the looks of it, they are probably very happy with a 400 quid Bush 55" from Argos and thinks it looks just as good as this! And they probably still run it in retina burning dynamic shop mode.
So tempted but having to resist until later in the year. Hoping it'll still be around this price if not better by then.
mikeydalby
still waiting for the cost of this technology to drop to a reasonable price so I can buy one without selling a vital organ

No worries. A second kidney isn't vital (unless the other is knackered). Sell sell sell!
skyarsenal
2.5 k for a 55inch TV ...... COLD


​There is more to discover than quantity, quality for example. Hot
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New LG LAP250H Sound Plate 100W With Subwoofer 2.1 Channel HDMI Bluetooth £69.00 TESCO OUTLET/ebay

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Good price for a soundbar with built in sub , selling for over twice this price, brand new stock with a 12 month warranty, discontinued stock hence price but still a good price. Specifications below
MSURTY Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago11 Comments
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Shame it's sold out. I have this exact model and it's under a 32" LG TV. Exactly like the first post, that TV does have two legs at each end of the display which means the sound base has to go behind the TV, rather than standing the TV on top of it. It fits snugly between the legs though which is a plus.

As for the sound quality - well, obviously it's much better than the TV speakers. It's got several 'modes' and a simple EQ so you can set the treble, bass and sub volume independently.

I tend to use it in the evening and select the options for "night mode", "normalise" and I also turn the LED display off as it's quite bright.

It's connected via Optical link which means turning the TV up or down can be done via the remote for the sound base or TV remote.

I also use the bluetooth features which was a major selling point. I connect my laptop or phone to it whenever I'm getting ready to go out. If my phone is connected, I can just walk out and the unit will lose connection and power down itself.
nacho99
Which Champion just purchased all 22 that were left?

Greedy B*****d
Which Champion just purchased all 22 that were left?
barneyonion
sold out

Damn! I wanted one :-/
sold out
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LG 65UH770 LED HDR Super 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" With Freeview HD/freesat HD, Harman Kardon Sound & Bright Metal Design + LG LAS355 2.1 Bluetooth Sound Bar with Wired Subwoofer £1,499.00 @ John Lewis

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


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

see above thread for review and recommendations
iz123456789
was this a good deal before the price increase?
While LG TV's might not be to everyones liking for reasons others have mentioned as a pure price deal I thought it was good and hence the post. This is a 2016 model that can process High Dynamic range content encoded using either HDR10 or Dolby Vision, all other brands only support HDR10. The lowest price now is £1799, for me personally the saving was worth it as it was on my shortlist.
was this a good deal before the price increase?
bally12345
Showing as £1899.00
Looks like John Lewis have increased the price so I have expired the deal
Showing as £1899.00
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LG 55B6V OLED 4k UHD 55" TV £2,399.98 @ Costco instore M/cr Trafford Park

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LG's 2016 entry level UHD 4k Oled TV available instore at Costco Trafford Park/Trafford Centre. The LG B6 offers a flat panel with Ultra HD/4K panel with HDR support, carrying the Ultra HD Premium b…
pops1975 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago39 Comments
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I spoke with Richer Sounds only a couple of weeks ago about price matching with Costco and they said they would, plus give you a 6 year warranty as standard !!
Seems reasonable to me if you are not a Costco member!
Best set you can buy for that price
Anyone got the B6V and do any gaming? Interested to know how it holds up.
For me can't justify the price but heat nonetheless. Great effort id love OLED however think id rather buy a 65inch hisense ULED for the time being let the prices drop and get an OLED when more mainstream and end up with 2 tvs for price of one (if not less) and longer term coverage of usage/service.
Good deal but the Panasonic at £2200 looks better than this. Way nicer motion than this, which is a bit juddery for how much it costs.
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LG 32" Inch TV LG32F510B £111.00 in-store clearance Tesco Milton, Cambs

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Probably a goosechase, but a silly price for a decent brand 32" TV! Was last one on shelf (yellow ticket, forget what that means). LG TVs aren't terribly well served for connections (amount of HDMIs,
jazzuk777 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago11 Comments
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ghost71100
For the brand snobs i used to work in the LG manufacuturing complex back in 2005.
We used to produce Sony on the line (OEM) and they only came out to stick their logos on and a hefty price tag (_;)
​lots of things change in 11 years. you're out of touch.
The technology is the same and i was referring to the quality aspect of things
zzzz
Why is this marked as a tesco direct deal ? It makes the poor hukd search even poorer.
No idea I didn't mark it that
Maggy_A
Bought last one ..with a yellow sticker...give us a break...these Tesco DEALS are just a waste of time...
It's a heads up for anyone going anyway, I wouldn't recommend a special journey.
ghost71100
For the brand snobs i used to work in the LG manufacuturing complex back in 2005.
We used to produce Sony on the line (OEM) and they only came out to stick their logos on and a hefty price tag (_;)


​lots of things change in 11 years. you're out of touch.
For the brand snobs i used to work in the LG manufacuturing complex back in 2005.
We used to produce Sony on the line (OEM) and they only came out to stick their logos on and a hefty price tag (_;)
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LG 4K TV 49UF695V £439.99 at Co-op Eleectrical with code (TV35)

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Price is £474.99 less £35 code (TV35) Also possible 2% Quidco LG 49UF695V 4K ULTRA HD TV which comes with top-class technologies and features like LG unique IPS 4K Panel, 4K Upscaler and Ultra Surrou…
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greazedlightning
Good info thanks. How does one identify faux-k and the proper 4k TVs?

For the LG 2016 range the easiest way is to look for Super UHD in the features. UH77 and higher are proper 4k...

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

Good info thanks. How does one identify faux-k and the proper 4k TVs?
Bought a Sony 50" tv from Co-Op Electrical. Good price but issues with obtaining the "free warranty" they had advertised. The Co Op just didnt want to know. Didn't answer my emails. Managed to sort it out myself in the end so I would advise anyone buying they are a rubbish supplier.
Might be worth adding the 5 year warranty for £57 available on this set, still would be a decent price including the warranty.
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LG DH3140S 300W 5.1 DVD Home theatre system £49.00 @ Tesco C&C

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Might be useful for some. If like me you play movies via a USB then this appears to be a good bit of kit for the money being paid. £79.99 @ Argos ( reduced ) Scores 4 out of 5 of 37 reviews, not bad.…
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I bought one to hook it up with tv despite people saying they couldn't make it work other than built in DVD player.
I can confirm I does work but I can't confirm if it's surround sound or just normal passed through as speakers aren't set up in their intended places yet.
All you need is a 3.5mm jack cable (to connect to TV) and the other end rca red and white (to connect to DVD player).
Then using remote control top left (function) button scroll through until you see aux on DVD player display and that's it you should now hear sound from your new speakers.
Hope it helps someone.
I spent hours working it out.
Anyone for Dolby pro logic?
argos will match the price instore????
Thomablue
This is an Eastern European/Middle East market product (ie old technology)

Well, this is just a low-end product. There are lots of modern and expensive stuff in Eastern Europe from german shops like MediaMarkt or Saturn.
For some trouser flapping sound :) Hot Penny :)
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2016 LG 4K OLED HUGE DISCOUNT!!! £3,349.00 @ Applianceelectronics.co.uk

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Nearly £900 off a 2016 65" B series OLED tv. Excellent price considering oled quality and usually much higher price!!
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cutthroat_jake
Does anyone know if John Lewis will price match with ApllianceElectronics?
No they won't
Yep, you're correct.......

Dear Cutthroat_Jake,

Thank you for your enquiry.

In order to apply a price reduction on a purchase, the criteria in our pricing policy must be met. I regret that after review the request you have submitted does not match all or parts of this policy.

Appliance Electronics' Service Conditions state;

"In most cases we are unable to change the delivery date once you have confirmed that you will be available on the given date. If we are able to change the delivery date, an administration fee of GBP15.00 will be charged to action this request.

All side by side & large fridge freezers, washing machines, cookers, dishwashers & brown goods will be delivered to the ground floor level only, till the doorstep or gate of the building and cannot be carried up or down any staircases. In some cases goods may be delivered inside your premises (ground floor only), strictly at the drivers discretion and judgement, provided that the goods go through with the packaging on and there are no staircases involved. This will however be at the customer's own risk and we shall not be liable for any damages that may occur to goods or your property. This policy also applies to collections.

We reserve the right to charge a 15% handling fee on any goods returned as faulty after the first 14 days of delivery, Which are found to be in good working order before returning goods back to you.

You are responsible for your own shipping costs when returning faulty goods after the first 14 days from date of purchase, We will in turn be responsible for the cost of shipping goods back to you.

Delivery/collection cost of white goods starts from £75 one way, customers who return goods within 28 days of delivery will have delivery charges applied unless products are confirmed faulty."

John Lewis will not charge the customer to reschedule a delivery. We will deliver the goods to the room of your choice and John Lewis will charge £29.95 for the collection of unwanted large electrical appliances only.

In order to match a price request, high street competitors trade on the same basis as us, with premises on a high street or comparable shopping destination freely open to the public in the UK mainland. They should carry a reasonable range of goods in stock for you to buy and take away, with clearly displayed prices. Their websites need to trade under the same brand and on the same basis as their high street shops.

Outlets which trade on a different basis to us, such as those that operate only on the internet or through mail-order, showrooms attached to internet-only companies, collection points, auction sites, factory outlets, membership clubs, duty-free shops, market stalls or home shopping channels, are not deemed equivalent high street competitors. We also don't match competitors who are in administration or closing down.

Therefore, on this occasion I regret that I cannot match the price offered by Applaince Electronics. If you would like to view more information about Never Knowingly Undersold and our pricing you can do so on our website.

I am sorry I have not been able to reduce the price on this occasion. If you require any further information or assistance please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours sincerely,

JohnLewis.com
Tried to price match it at the local richersounds - got them to go down to around 3.7k for the 65 B6 as applied electronics only has some dodgy 12 month warranty incl. Guess will be playing the waiting game for a bit longer!
spectra7045
only 12 months warranty
Because they are not an authorized seller and possibly a grey import
reddit
Expensive for early OLED adoption, even at this price.

Give it a year and this will be half the price.
No chance you only have to look at last years models might be £500 cheaper but no more imo
cutthroat_jake
Does anyone know if John Lewis will price match with ApllianceElectronics?
No they won't
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is this a true HDR... 10 or 8?
seanandleah
rish83
rbramhill1
So is it any good, getting very confused lately 4K UHD HDR 10/8 BIT etc


For this money just get the 49Uh850v


​what if you wanted 55 inch rather than 49 ????


True but the 850 is a big step up quality wise
rish83
rbramhill1
So is it any good, getting very confused lately 4K UHD HDR 10/8 BIT etc


For this money just get the 49Uh850v


​what if you wanted 55 inch rather than 49 ????
20%off with very
rbramhill1
So is it any good, getting very confused lately 4K UHD HDR 10/8 BIT etc


For this money just get the 49Uh850v
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LG OLED65B6V 65" 4K HDR 2016 model £3,869.10 with discount code @ Richersounds

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I know this TV isn't for everyone given its size and price, but this is the cheapest I could find it (cheapest elsewhere is £4268). Use code TV10 to get 10% off. Please note this model doesn't have 3…
DealyMcDealerface Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago30 Comments
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nickchubb87

I don't see 2 k+ worth of improvements on the 2016 models.

Thanks, that was my opinion after seeing some of the reviews but didn't know if he knew something that I didn't


​1k on the 55inch models. The issue for me is future proofing and the 2016 models have what seems to be seen as the current HDR 'standard' which if I'm dropping that much money on a tv I'd like to hope it does support the those standards.

Any idea what other improvements the 2016 models have? I know the display is meant to be brighter.
nickchubb87

I don't see 2 k+ worth of improvements on the 2016 models.

Thanks, that was my opinion after seeing some of the reviews but didn't know if he knew something that I didn't
cannibalwombat
As for the curved and 3D, you either want them or you don't. I happen to find both gimmicky.

DealyMcDealerface
OLED isn't a feature, it's a whole new screen technology.

Thanks both for your help - really good responses. Of course Google is at my disposal, but theres pages and pages of the stuff and you'll get unhappy customers, manufacturer false reviews etc etc. Just wanted to know the real "word on the street".

True, the curve is most definatley a gimmick, but im intrigued how long before it runs out on me.

Plus, im sure theres a few more in the same boat - but my 3D BluRay collection dictates that every TV I buy from now to the end of my days is 3D. Im too financial invested!

However, I did notice that UKD 4K 3D doesnt exist yet in disc form, so that'll be an interesting next step. Ill see what the upscaling is like. Just dropped £350 on a 4K BluRay player... then found out the Xbox One S will do it all (and replace my actual Xbox One) for £100 less. Drat.

I dare say the bottom of the market for 4K Players will drop out in September, so might make a cheeky loss on that too.
Heat added good find
sjaddy
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sjaddy
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ashmac
this is a beast of a tv ..love to buy it but il only bite at £2000 and I'm thinking about last year's oled with hdr at this is a more realistic price
You've regret that decision, last years OLED offerings are a big no no (at any price)
out of interest why? if you can get last year's 55" at approx £1700 or this years at £3000 why not save the £1300?
Haha, where do u want me to start??? Lets just put it this way, if you bought one of those crappy Blaukunpt LCD jobbies from the Black Friday deals last year (the same ones people can't sell on to this day because they are so bad), even those still outshine last years LG OLEDs with their massive problems.

am seriously interested to know the issues, have looked through AV Forums and there seems to be some light bleed or vignette (?) with early models but more recent ones seem better. I was close to picking one up last week on recommendation of friend who has one so would like more info


Do not listen to this guy, spends his time bashing 2015 OLEDs on all OLED threads, chats absolute nonsense.

I have last years the 55eg OLED (may 2016 build btw) and it's a fantastic TV, 3D especially looks incredible. The only issues I have faced are with it showing up the poor quality of SD and some HD sources on sky - you need to feed it good content to get the best out of it.

Some people have clearly had some other issues but most are AV enthusiasts who will run all sorts of tests until they find 1 imperfection, those are not your average viewers.

I don't see 2 k+ worth of improvements on the 2016 models.
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LG G5 - 24 month contract with Three. 300 mins / 500 mb data / unlimited texts. No upfront cost. £19.00 p/m. £456.00 total. MobilePhonesDirect (via Uswitch)

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any one know if you can add a more permanent data add on to this deal. bargain but would like more data
Ordered this on Wednesday and phone arrived yesterday. No problems
Worked ok for me, got a dispatch confirmation this morning after ordering last night. Will see if it actually shows up...
This deal is pretty sweet if you don't need the data, although it's more expensive in the long run to add data/minutes. The £370 Smartphone store deal + £10 GiffGaff works out just a bit more if you need a data top-up.

I also got "network denied", but was told that it was due to lack of stock. Maybe this was a misprice..




Edited By: f75769 on Jul 17, 2016 21:18
Anyone have any luck with this in the end?

Three ended up denying my application.

I'm a bit bemused considering I only have a £8p/m rolling on the go at the moment and a 950+ credit score as of today. Ah well, the search continues.

Edited By: TheJakeOfOld on Jul 16, 2016 16:29
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LG 60 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR (2016 Model) - Amazon Prime Deal £899.99

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Official thread is here at avforums, btw. I added some more photos over there too:

https://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-ultra-hd-4k-60uh650v-official-owners-thread.2029195/page-2#post-23889167
Update on this. I've swapped my HDMI cable, and it now works fine, no flickering.
I have seen flickering from the shield box, if I set Deep Colour mode to On in the TV General settings. I need to investigate, as it says there maybe stability issues of the hardware doesn't support deep colour. So check that.

Otherwise try try built in apps such as YouTube. I'm finding they are giving the best picture quality anyway.
philljp
Thanks for the tip Luciddestiny, where do I download the firmware from? LG website yeah?

I received mine today, and I have to same I'm very, very pleased with it. I agree I was a bit disappointed it didn't have the high end remote, but it still works really well.

If helps get an idea of my expectations, the TVs I've owned previously are a 40" Sony W Series (about 8 years old price new £1,500). An LG 47" which was about the same age. I also have an LG 21:9 35" monitor for my PC which I do Wedding and Landscape photography editing on, so I do have an eye for colours and picture quality. I've also visited Curry's on numerous times over the years, including the amazing OLED screens, so I have a fairly good idea of what picture quality to expect :)

The look of the TV is very smart indeed, the brushed metal feels and looks good quality, and the profile is very slim. It comes with a low profile power cable, and the HDMI cables are plugged in to the side if you want to mount close to the wall.

I have an Nvidia Shield hooked up which can output 4K, and once hooked up it recognised the 4K 60hz output with the full wide colour profile with YCbCr444.

Watching 4K and even 1080p YouTube content I'm blown away. Sitting in my house it looks every bit as good as the high end LCD screens in Currys. The picture is smooth (Truemotion turned on) vibrant, bright and good blacks. The picture quality is very sharp.

I'm not saying if you put it side by side with a high end (non OLED) screen there would be no difference. But from memory, comparing to those in the shop (Sony/Samsung) its every bit as good.

The WebOS interface is fast, slick and responsive, and has various apps you can install including Amazon Prime Video where I watched some UHD content which was excellent. Sky HD looks great too.

Overall, very happy!!

Here's an image, please ignore the TV unit as that's going, lol

LG60UH650
https://imgur.com/a/hzQ2S



​Thanks for your review. I have connected mine with PC but when I'm playing full screen 4k video youtube on the pc it works fine but when I press esc key to exit full screen mode the TV starts to flicker the whole display unless I switch off the TV and put it back on. Any idea what it could be? or is there a fault with my set :|
One thing I like. I just played UHD HDR content from the built in Amazon app and you get a message from the TV that you're now playing HDR content, and it puts the picture settings into a dedicated HDR mode, which you can then customise if you wish.
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LG 43LF540V 1080P 43 inch LED TV - Amazon £209.99 (Prime members)

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Went hot at this price a few weeks ago, now back as part of Prime day. You need Prime membership to claim but i'm sure there are mant ways to get free trials. 31% claimed at time of posting.
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Ordered, that's see how good it is when it's delivered and setup
Anyone seen any good deals on 32" tv's
luckyxiii
If anyone has any suggestions for wall brackets that would be useful.


This is the one they recommend with it. I've ordered the tv and this bracket.

[url]BPS Ultra Slim TV Wall Mount Bracket for 30-70 inch LG Samsung Seiki Philips Panas... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00GBVC88E/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_XStHxbEHXFA06[/url]
If anyone has any suggestions for wall brackets that would be useful.
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LG Nexus 5X 16GB Black/Ice Blue/White (O2 Upgrade) £129.99 @ O2

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Available for O2 customers only. Credit to rejector1 for spotting it.
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I purchased one but think its going to go back - I find the back, especially near the camera gets quite hot when using WiFi or any cpu intensive operation. Anyone else - or are all phones like this now?

Modern very thin phone with fast processor, perfectly normal.
I purchased one but think its going to go back - I find the back, especially near the camera gets quite hot when using WiFi or any cpu intensive operation. Anyone else - or are all phones like this now?

Edited By: gt94sss2 on Jul 22, 2016 02:18: typo
after all that Faff, I used a PAYG number i had about 10 years ago. It isn't connected, or anything, and hasn't been used for 10 years. It let me upgrade! thanks for help everyone!
spongebob1913
princeprecious
nanow
Can someone confirm if this "upgrade" affects the account in anyway?
yes you can't have another upgrade for next 6 months at least.
nothing else i guess.
Is a new SIM not issued? if the old PAYG phone is VERY old for example?
Sorry I didn't get that but this deal was only for those who are current payt customers and due for an upgrade, usually once after every 6 months or so, if you buy a new sim sure you can buy a new phone with that too but price for new package would be different since that wouldn't be classed as an upgrade. i hope this helps as not sure what you meant to ask.

Edited By: princeprecious on Jul 21, 2016 11:16
princeprecious
nanow
Can someone confirm if this "upgrade" affects the account in anyway?
yes you can't have another upgrade for next 6 months at least.
nothing else i guess.
Is a new SIM not issued? if the old PAYG phone is VERY old for example?
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LG Nexus 5x 16Gb pay as you go @ Carphonewarehouse £149.99 + £10 top up £159.99

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Cheapest price anywhere Brand new from Carphone warehouse £10 top up required to EE - but as with all nexus phones, this is sim free (not locked) Don't forget to use Quidco for an extra £5 cashback…
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Not available any more through website, 32GB back to normal price
http://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/lgh791.aukgwh/lg-lgh791.aukgwh-nexus-5x-smartphone

Are doing the white 16gb version for £189 delivered. You need to sign up for a which account and pay £1 (ok to cancel the account straight away though)
I bought the 16gb one for my missus the other day and was toying with getting the 32gb one for myself. As the offer's now off that's the decision made for me. The new Nexus devices are just around the corner so I wouldn't be surprised if the 5x and 6p are both reduced soon
Nightmare...... the deal expired first thing this morning! Back up to £329 in the York store #ShouldHaveBoughtItYesterday
Hammerheads29
Struggling to understand what the difference is between the more expensive SIM free one and this one. If they're both unlocked then this surely is the one to go for. Is this branded as EE in some way, boot screen for example?
No branding, this is a sim free brand new phone supplied with a ee sim card. You can use any other sim card you like.
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LG Nexus 5X 16GB SIM Free £169.00 Carphone Warehouse

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Phone gone from the website
qprfanbideford
I dont suppose there is anyone who would give me a UNIDAYS code please. I'd be much obliged.
Thanks

What for? CPW don't do it.

Edited By: herrbz on Jul 18, 2016 22:28
I dont suppose there is anyone who would give me a UNIDAYS code please. I'd be much obliged.

Thanks
HottyHotty
ToughLeo
Price is now £149.99 + £10.00.... bargain
Where's that, still showing £169.99 for me?
£169 sim free price..
If anyone's received theirs,can you say if your box/phone was sealed? I got mine today and the box was unsealed. The phone had the plastic wrapper round it though.

Thanks
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Richer Sounds - LG 55EC930 OLED 3D Smart TV 1080p HD Freeview HD £988.95

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Where

'There on the stair'


Amazing
jumpinoffthbed
afroylnt
jumpinoffthbed
afroylnt
jumpinoffthbed
zzzz
1080p oled looks better to me than 4k led.
Then you need your eyes eyes tested or you weren't looking at 4k material! 4k detail is outstanding, as close to looking out a window as I've ever seen.. On my set anyway which is only led. 1080 just cannot compare.
blacks, colour accuracy and vibrancy all play a part - not point in having a poor 4k TV - so yes 4 OLED is better but costs allot more for little or no decent 4k content. You are falling for the marketing....
I haven't seen a poor 4k TV so I don't know about the colour accuracy and vibrancy on them but I can assure you I'm not falling for any marketing, I looked at the picture on a lot of tv's before I chose mine.
So what was it in the 4k picture that made it more appealing than the oled picture?

I found the picture more natural/realistic than the velvety look of the oled, I also liked that I could be closer to the TV and the detail is there. Like I said before it's like looking out of a window. I also wanted passive 3d which I don't think was an option with oled? I also don't spend that kind of money on a tv every couple of years, unless there's a miraculous advance in affordable technology I'll have it for the next decade so I wanted future proof and like it or not 4k is the future. As compression advances it won't just be streaming and blu ray we will eventually see broadcasted 4k.


It is passive 3D. And picture settings do need to be adjusted to get a more natural picture.
jumpinoffthbed
afroylnt
jumpinoffthbed
afroylnt
jumpinoffthbed
zzzz
1080p oled looks better to me than 4k led.
Then you need your eyes eyes tested or you weren't looking at 4k material! 4k detail is outstanding, as close to looking out a window as I've ever seen.. On my set anyway which is only led. 1080 just cannot compare.
blacks, colour accuracy and vibrancy all play a part - not point in having a poor 4k TV - so yes 4 OLED is better but costs allot more for little or no decent 4k content. You are falling for the marketing....
I haven't seen a poor 4k TV so I don't know about the colour accuracy and vibrancy on them but I can assure you I'm not falling for any marketing, I looked at the picture on a lot of tv's before I chose mine.
So what was it in the 4k picture that made it more appealing than the oled picture?
I found the picture more natural/realistic than the velvety look of the oled, I also liked that I could be closer to the TV and the detail is there. Like I said before it's like looking out of a window. I also wanted passive 3d which I don't think was an option with oled? I also don't spend that kind of money on a tv every couple of years, unless there's a miraculous advance in affordable technology I'll have it for the next decade so I wanted future proof and like it or not 4k is the future. As compression advances it won't just be streaming and blu ray we will eventually see broadcasted 4k.
Fair enough and though a bit suprising the key point is 'I found the picture more natural/realistic than the velvety look of the oled'; its all about picking what is best for you.
It might be valuable to some people to know that the lifespan of oled based on 5 hours a day use is 11 years. Fine for most but if your a real couch potato or have it on in the background all day you might want to consider that.
afroylnt
jumpinoffthbed
afroylnt
jumpinoffthbed
zzzz
1080p oled looks better to me than 4k led.
Then you need your eyes eyes tested or you weren't looking at 4k material! 4k detail is outstanding, as close to looking out a window as I've ever seen.. On my set anyway which is only led. 1080 just cannot compare.
blacks, colour accuracy and vibrancy all play a part - not point in having a poor 4k TV - so yes 4 OLED is better but costs allot more for little or no decent 4k content. You are falling for the marketing....
I haven't seen a poor 4k TV so I don't know about the colour accuracy and vibrancy on them but I can assure you I'm not falling for any marketing, I looked at the picture on a lot of tv's before I chose mine.
So what was it in the 4k picture that made it more appealing than the oled picture?

I found the picture more natural/realistic than the velvety look of the oled, I also liked that I could be closer to the TV and the detail is there. Like I said before it's like looking out of a window. I also wanted passive 3d which I don't think was an option with oled? I also don't spend that kind of money on a tv every couple of years, unless there's a miraculous advance in affordable technology I'll have it for the next decade so I wanted future proof and like it or not 4k is the future. As compression advances it won't just be streaming and blu ray we will eventually see broadcasted 4k.

Edited By: jumpinoffthbed on Jul 13, 2016 17:10: Sp
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LG G3 £12.50 per month / 24 months, 1000 Minutes 5000 Texts 2GB Data Total £300.00 @ The Smartphone Company

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okepete
It states on the website ' These offers cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers or promotions including cashback sites such as Quidco or Topcashback.
Where do they state that, home page?


​Click on the get 'deal link' then scroll down to near the bottom.
no update and tried pc suite and mobile tool and it says update available but keeps crashing as it's downloading firmware mayb my laptop is crap
okepete
It states on the website ' These offers cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers or promotions including cashback sites such as Quidco or Topcashback.
Where do they state that, home page?
tranceazure
mines due tommorow wonder if it will update to marshmallow :|
Should be OTA update to marshmallow now, I have flashed marshmallow on myself to my G3 so it definitely works.
tranceazure
mines due tommorow wonder if it will update to marshmallow :|
I've updated mine few days ago via Lg website(phone connected to laptop)... no problems, running great
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LG 60 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV WebOS (2016 Model) - Silver [Energy Class A++] £899.99 @ Amazon (Prime members only)

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Seems like an excellent price. Has HDR too. Is prime only tho
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https://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-43-Ultra-Smart-WebOS/dp/B01EBXER5K?ie=UTF8&ref_=pe_385721_140980521_TE_item

Is this likely to be bad too? Think the model is 43UH610V but struggling to find many English reviews!
Vash1980
smiler594
The amusing 65 inch curved JS9000 can still be had for £899. Search this forum
do you have a link?



http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue65js9000-899-currys-65-inch-curved-4k-ultra-hd-3d-smart-led-tv-freeview-2458947
smiler594
The amusing 65 inch curved JS9000 can still be had for £899. Search this forum
do you have a link?


Edited By: Vash1980 on Jul 09, 2016 20:16
Expired.
Muffinss
miaomiaobaubau
So in other words, one in 4 pixels can only display a range of white?

I'd say it's worse than that; three quarters of the pixels lack the ability to display one of red, green or blue. The display is set up with a subpixel array of BGRWBGRWBGRW but each whole pixel is still only made up of three subpixels so each pixel ends up being divided as BGR WBG RWB GRW, so in a row of four pixels one pixel can display RGB, one can display GB, one can display RB and one can display RG. Avoid these displays - I've voted cold.

Edited By: Shokz on Jul 09, 2016 17:15
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LG 65EF950V 4k Ultra HD 65" OLED £3,199.00 Currys, possible 5% Quico

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That voucher code has expired
pops1975
Why is the hukd community voting this cold without providing details of a better deal for the same product?

Heat added, for the reason stated.


You can vote cold without giving a reason. Makes the voting buttons pretty pointless really. That's life oO
Why is the hukd community voting this cold without providing details of a better deal for the same product?

Heat added, for the reason stated.
good price heat added
The pictures are out of this world a bit pricey.
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LG 49UF675V 49" 4K ULTRA HD DVR TV £380.00 @ ASDA

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Maybe National as its a RollBack Was found in ASDA Wigan down from £790 Seems alright for a 4K from this Brand Key Features UHD HD 4K LED TV Free View HD Built-inUSB Playback Tru ULTRA HD EngineTr…
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unable to find this deal on ASDA.com
listerdude
soulio
Only 2 HDMI ports? That should be a criminal offence in this day and age.
​why...get a decent amp and feed your sources through that.

Or just include 4 ports as standard. And then spend more money to buy an amp if you need more.
colourpie
I have this model. It has a decent picture. 2xHDMI is rubbish unless you have an AVR in which case it's no problem. It has inbuilt digital terrestrial and satellite tuners which is neat (be prepared for a lot of channel resorting if you tune in free satellite channels, plus since it does not have a "freesat" guide it doesn't get guide information very well). The interface is a bit wonky but you get used to it.

For me it's basically a monitor for my STB and FireTV, so I rarely interact with the TV itself, and it does a good job. Also, the sound is actually surprisingly good for a flat tele.


​does it have smart features in BBC I player etc
miaomiaobaubau
elbow777
This is actually a 48'' TV plus another 1''.http://www.lg.com/uk/images/tvs/UF675V/gallery/UF67_medium_49inch.jpg
another way to mutually tell their customers that they are idiot. An obsolete model for 4k use, HDMI1.4 only and also a Faux-K tv for sure http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm Anyway, never an LG anymore




Just read the article, I had no idea! cheeky lot. Another thing to keep an eye on when buying a new tv :(
Got this lovely tv around 2 months ago on amazon for less than that and I am using it as a monitor; does 4k 60p on 4.4.4 chroma and the display quality is superb; speakers are decent and I do not miss the 'smart' apps at all as most are useless or slow....who cares about the rip-off movies anyway.

I use it for music production and 4k gaming....with a gtx980 to be soon replaced by a gtx1080...

do not listen to the moaners, it is a huge and superb TV!
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LG LAS260B 100W SoundBar £55.00 Asda (The Jewel)

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The till was scanning this through at £85 but on the shelf it was £55. There's around 10 left. Bluetooth and optical connections Cheapest online seems to be AO.com at £65.
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if is mispriced at shelf...you should get the shelf price ;) now what they scan at till ;)


​do you mean should morally or legally. if it's the latter I believe you're wrong.
if is mispriced at shelf...you should get the shelf price ;) now what they scan at till ;)
M0nk3h
Kenny123456
2 Questions, what is the correct price £55 or £85 and how much did you pay?


​Why would you need to ask such a question?! He clearly states oO

If it scanned through at £85 he's hardly going to just sit there and pay £85 if the shelf stated it was £55!?

smh


​no, he 'clearly states' it scanned at £85, which does indeed beg the question as to what he paid. the shop have got every legal right to say sorry, it's been mispriced on the shelf, the actual price is x.
Kenny123456
2 Questions, what is the correct price £55 or £85 and how much did you pay?


​Why would you need to ask such a question?! He clearly states oO

If it scanned through at £85 he's hardly going to just sit there and pay £85 if the shelf stated it was £55!?

smh
Kenny123456
2 Questions, what is the correct price £55 or £85 and how much did you pay?


Scanned at £85, on shelf for £55, therefore I paid £55
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LG 43LF590V 43 Inch Full HD Freeview HD £289.00 @ Argos

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LG 43LF590V 43 Inch Full HD Freeview HD Smart TV WebOS 2.0 Television picture quality: LED TV Screen. Full HD (1080p) display resolution. Screen size: 43 inches. Motion rate 400Hz. Viewing angle 178/…
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Shame its stand won't fit on my unit :(
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LG NB4540 4.1 320 W Sound Bar with Wireless subwoofer £154.97 @ Currys

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320 W Wireless subwoofer Bluetooth Digital connection: optical & HDMI Not available for delivery Available to Order Online & Collect in Store
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please help.. i cant connect my Lg soundbar (NB4540) to my 42" Sony tv. Both are ARC enabled, so I tried to connect them using HDMI between them to get the sound of the TV directly on my bar. I have activated everything that the manual says that I need to activate on the TV in order for this ARC connection to work. The bar does not require any setup since it indicates that it will switch to ARC input as soon as it detects it. However I can't make them work..
I'm looking around the Birmingham area but thanks for replying
jja89
Is not in stock anywhere have tried numerous locations
Available in Cardiff if you are living nearby

Edited By: ashokraja on Jul 12, 2016 17:40
Is not in stock anywhere have tried numerous locations
Fantastic bargain had one for six months
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Apexel 20x HD Macro Lens Universal Clip for iPhone Samsung Galaxy Note LG HTC Silver @ £2.99 (Prime) / £6.98 (Non Prime), sold by TopBrandBoxUK & Fulfilled by Amazon

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Seems like a good deal especially if you are a Prime member or as an add-on item for non-prime members. To get at this price, click promotion and then redeem or enter the code QKVLADZ5 at checkout
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"The promotional code you entered has expired."
About to order another but it Doesn't seem to work anymore??
simont_space
Normal price and no offer as of 2 minutes ago.
You need to apply the promotional code at the checkout, just worked for me now :)
Just purchased, many thanks. :)
Bargain, thanks OP :D.