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LG F14U2TDN5, 8kg Washing Machine, Turbo Wash, Smart Diagnosis, 1400 RPM, Silver £439 (£351.20 with code) @ Tesco

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The LG F14U2TDN5 washing machine benefits from a range of features that will clean and care for your clothing. With an impressive 8kg wash capacity, 6-motion direct drive motor and 1400rpm spin speed,…
dspence123 Avatar2d, 18h agoFound 2 days, 18 hours ago16 Comments
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Thank you jordanc93. Received and registered mine today, only ordered on Monday. Looks great and very quiet. They even took the old machine for free! (Order option online which is £10 to take old machine).
Remember to register the machine within 30 days of purchase on the LG website or you will lose out on the 5 year warranty and will be stuck with the standard 2 year one.
Bought the 9kg LG from Currys for £369 with 5 years parts & labour warranty..... absolutely fantastic machine
Wait for the Currys 9KG deal they have done it a couple of times now.
sam_of_london
Quite expensive. At this price you should be getting the 11-12kg model

Any advice on how to do so?
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LG Music Flow R1 Wireless Multi-room Speaker Hub - Black @ pcworld £5.97

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was £39.00 Compatible with LG Music Flow Series Multi-room music system Wireless Hi-Fi sound anywhere in your home Uses your home WiFi network Control via the LG Music Flow Player App on iOS and…
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If you want a cheap Sonos type setup around the house then one of these hubs is essential if you are going to use the Musicflow speakers. The speakers are expensive if you dont shop around. I have two H5's neither of which I paid full wack for. Costco still do an H5 and a hub for £150 odd quid. The otehr one I got on eBay for £139 as a demo unit.

There are cheaper ways to do a pseudo Sonos setup but the LG speakers are good looking and well made. However as a vinyl man I still find it difficult to have to use my phone or my Amazon Echo to feed the speakers content.
All round this Music Flow system doesn't sound like its that good if anyone interested see http://www.whathifi.com/lg/music-flow/review.
Looks like it can only be used with LG speaker systems so fairly useless biy of kit on its own and the speakers are not cheap.
I bought this last year 4 £20 from Marks Electrical and sold it for £30 few months later as i didn't need it anymore but this is a good price.
The question is.. can this be used with other speakers, not only the LG ones?
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Sim Free LG X Screen 2GB Ram. 16GB. Has Second Screen - £159.00 @ Argos

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Found this. cheapest I could find has an extra screen at the top for notifications and quick access keys. Quad core. 16GB and 2GB Ram. seems good for the money Going to grab one of these as
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some phones do it depends on the brand as some offer it and some don't

usually in storage area it say default storage and you select sd if it doesn't show it then it must be how they setup the software for that phone

I know Motorola and Samsung and zte and Huawei do it not really had a lg for ages

Edited By: accyuklad on Aug 22, 2016 09:04
Even on marshmallow, you can't install apps to SD with this phone. Anyone know a way?
buglawton
Don't scoff, in the future 2nd and rear screens will be de facto on all phones even Apple. Before we go 100% wearable that is.

Well we've been there before. http://cdn2.gsmarena.com/vv/pics/motorola/mov3_00.jpg

Edited By: Pondlife on Aug 21, 2016 23:41
Don't scoff, in the future 2nd and rear screens will be de facto on all phones even Apple. Before we go 100% wearable that is.
So it has the second screen gimmick and otherwise specs worth less than £100, price of this is going to plummet.

Comparing it to the v10 is amusing
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LG 49UH750V 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV after price match and cash back £569.00 @ Ao.com

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Been looking at LG 49UH750V 49" for quite a while now and AO.com currently has £150 cash back on this TV. Since their price match is very good and they can match most of retailers I went on pricesp…
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Ask someone why someone expired it without a valid reason.

Next time "Report" the thread to ask for it to be reinstated rather than creating another.
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Ask someone why someone expired it without a valid reason.
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why is this expired?

Ask Michalux why a new thread was created:

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why is this expired?
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LG Minibeam Ultra Short Throw Projector Full HD - £838.00 @ Amazon France

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Posting a deal after a very long time now... Been eyeing this projector for quite some time... now found it on Amazon.fr for €958.99 delivered to the UK (sold by videoprojecteur24). At today's vani…
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Oneday77
I know, I'm always having to hoover round my TV and warn the kids to avoid tripping over it.....on the wall :{

Exactly, bloody horrible things. Big black window to nothing. Urgh.

https://media.licdn.com/mpr/mpr/shrinknp_800_800/AAEAAQAAAAAAAAQ8AAAAJGE1NmQ2ZjY0LTE0NWMtNDMxZS05OTg4LTRiYjg4MmRkNTU3MQ.jpg

Edited By: Rhythm on Aug 18, 2016 22:30
Rhythm
Had a projector for 10 years now and never looked back. Getting ready to move house and the next place won't even have a TV.
Thing is, huge TVs are all very well and good for the hour or 2 a day they get used, but the rest of the time they're ugly monoliths taking up room. A touch of prep work means you can have a screen that switches between 50" & 150" that's daylight viewable and takes up literally no room whatsoever when not in use
I know, I'm always having to hoover round my TV and warn the kids to avoid tripping over it.....on the wall :{
Rich44
GoNz017
CampGareth
[quote=GoNz017] As a former projector engineer I have an opinion :)
I have some questions, like why the focus on warranty? It's nice sure but it doesn't cover a blown bulb which'd be a couple of hundred pounds to replace and most of the cost on a cheap projector. Combine that with most other problems being noticeable on the first use and I'm not sure what the point is.
Also LCD vs DLP you'd go with LCD? Seriously? My experience is with low end projectors (below £600 say) but in that range the LCD offerings have far lower contrast. In the upper middle range LCDs make a comeback, then really top end ones use 3 DLP chips + laser sources.
Epson have a 24 month lamp warranty on the home cinema range 3yr on the projector (optional warranties available)
I wouldn't spend under £600 on a projector, may as well stick with a 50" TV.
3 DLP chips and laser are out of the budget of most people and are very good technology, single DLP tends to be a colour wheel and that is a horrible technology, Smart projectors up to me leaving the business were colour wheel DLP, reds look brown and as soon as the motor started to fail due to a few specs of dust causing an imbalance and flicker city until the sensors picked up on it and threw the red light of doom on the power light. No way back from that apart from replacing the colour wheel
Laser projectors are coming, Casio were 1st but still do not have the FHD/QHD offerings or I would put it on the list.
LED are the way forward but still have a fair way to go until they are home cinema quality.
My opinions are based on what I worked with so I have no opinion on other makes.
​The affordable Casio projectors are LED lamps not laser unless they've got something new out in the past year
The ones I worked with were "Laser - LED Hybrid" Blue laser, Red LED. Give em a couple of years and they will be full laser.
GoNz017
CampGareth
[quote=GoNz017] As a former projector engineer I have an opinion :)
I have some questions, like why the focus on warranty? It's nice sure but it doesn't cover a blown bulb which'd be a couple of hundred pounds to replace and most of the cost on a cheap projector. Combine that with most other problems being noticeable on the first use and I'm not sure what the point is.
Also LCD vs DLP you'd go with LCD? Seriously? My experience is with low end projectors (below £600 say) but in that range the LCD offerings have far lower contrast. In the upper middle range LCDs make a comeback, then really top end ones use 3 DLP chips + laser sources.
Epson have a 24 month lamp warranty on the home cinema range 3yr on the projector (optional warranties available)

I wouldn't spend under £600 on a projector, may as well stick with a 50" TV.

3 DLP chips and laser are out of the budget of most people and are very good technology, single DLP tends to be a colour wheel and that is a horrible technology, Smart projectors up to me leaving the business were colour wheel DLP, reds look brown and as soon as the motor started to fail due to a few specs of dust causing an imbalance and flicker city until the sensors picked up on it and threw the red light of doom on the power light. No way back from that apart from replacing the colour wheel

Laser projectors are coming, Casio were 1st but still do not have the FHD/QHD offerings or I would put it on the list.

LED are the way forward but still have a fair way to go until they are home cinema quality.

My opinions are based on what I worked with so I have no opinion on other makes.


​The affordable Casio projectors are LED lamps not laser unless they've got something new out in the past year
Had a projector for 10 years now and never looked back. Getting ready to move house and the next place won't even have a TV.

Thing is, huge TVs are all very well and good for the hour or 2 a day they get used, but the rest of the time they're ugly monoliths taking up room. A touch of prep work means you can have a screen that switches between 50" & 150" that's daylight viewable and takes up literally no room whatsoever when not in use
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LG 55EG960V Curved 4K Ultra HD OLED 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD, Built-In Wi-Fi, Harman/kardon Audio & 2x 3D Glasses £1,699.00 John Lewis

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£100 less than a few weeks ago ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Product information The LG EG960V is the first of i…
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timcorps1
No HDR via hdmi on this. Amazing tv but not future proof ...still coming down in price as it was £1999 only 3 months ago. Probably because of the spec difference in the 2016 range
Incorrect. This model has had HDR over HDMI since the January 2016 model revision.
What do you mean 'over hdmi' - do you need a certain hdmi cable? Also would this still be top notch HDR?
Ta

If your set was manufactured this year, it will come with HDMI 2.0a and full 10-bit HDR support. if it's an older model, contact LG support for a system board upgrade.
ro53ben
timcorps1
No HDR via hdmi on this. Amazing tv but not future proof ...still coming down in price as it was £1999 only 3 months ago. Probably because of the spec difference in the 2016 range
Incorrect. This model has had HDR over HDMI since the January 2016 model revision.

What do you mean 'over hdmi' - do you need a certain hdmi cable? Also would this still be top notch HDR?

Ta
timcorps1
No HDR via hdmi on this. Amazing tv but not future proof ...still coming down in price as it was £1999 only 3 months ago. Probably because of the spec difference in the 2016 range

Incorrect. This model has had HDR over HDMI since the January 2016 model revision.

Edited By: ro53ben on Aug 23, 2016 14:28
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Maz01
great price, the only snag is its from John Lewis, good luck if anything goes wrong with it - shocking customer service
really

The reviews speak for themselves https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
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Maz01
great price, the only snag is its from John Lewis, good luck if anything goes wrong with it - shocking customer service
I found it fantastic,
I had a sony tv that developed a fault. It was 18 months old and they offered me a similar model as replacement (mine was no longer available) or a complete refund. Brilliant customer service and I would recommend them to anyone.

The reviews speak for themselves https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
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LG 22MP58VQ 22" DVI HDMI IPS Monitor.ebuyer - £84.99

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Technical Specification Display Size (Inch): 21.5" Panel Type: IPS Colour Gamut (CIE1976): 72% Colour Depth (Number of Colours): 16.7M Colours Pixel Pitch (mm): 0.24795x0.24795 Aspect Ra…
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Good for console gaming?
...just missing VESA mounting!
Great price, hot!
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LG 34UC88 (34 inch, cruved, 3440x1440, IPS display) £526.79 excl delivery from Insight

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Cheapest I've seen by far (normally goes for 600ish).
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Showing as £694 for me.

It has indeed. Maybe a price glitch?
Showing as £694 for me.
MrHot
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pennyfarthing88
Who the hell are insight when they are out..
Been around for decades and a large company but I have no idea who you are! ;)
Forget that last comment - your more a sponger then an actual dealer' here for any savings but no deals where you can actually say - that was me I posted that' I saved a few people money and contributed to the site. The case rests ;)
​Terrible, always a shame when a rebuttal includes "you don't post deals" here, maybe everyone should post one to be able to see the site? The majority of users do not post deals. The majority of visitors do not post comments.
The last time I checked I had posted 82 deals so not sure what he's on about!
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pennyfarthing88
Who the hell are insight when they are out..
Been around for decades and a large company but I have no idea who you are! ;)


Forget that last comment - your more a sponger then an actual dealer' here for any savings but no deals where you can actually say - that was me I posted that' I saved a few people money and contributed to the site.








The case rests ;)


​Terrible, always a shame when a rebuttal includes "you don't post deals" here, maybe everyone should post one to be able to see the site?

The majority of users do not post deals.
The majority of visitors do not post comments.
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Their Trust Pilot page is not so good, 5.5/10:https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.insight.com
Hardly any companies look good on Trust Pilot. Even the highly regarded John Lewis gets an awful rating.
But they are sharing their experiences for johnlewis.com, not the high street store. Since when as johnlewis.com been "highly regarded"?

Okay then.
Look at Tesco direct. They are great with customer service in every instance I've had to contact them.
Amazon is also one of the best out there and it only gets a 5.0

People are more likely to write a review when they have a bad experience.
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LG 49LF510V 49" Full HD LED TV £279.99 delivered at eBuyer

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£279.99 with Free delivery. * Full HD 1080p Resolution * HDMI * Freeview HD * 8 Day EPG * Wall Mountable Experience stunning TV with this 49inch LG LED TV, complete with full HD and freeview…
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Owned n sold. **** pic quality
Non smart and fewer ports than Nepal, you could do far better with an argos (or KC) refurb for same money.
1 hdmi port lame
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LG 55LF580V 55 Inch Full HD LED TV (Code TV35 for £35 off) £469.98 coopelectricalshop

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Cheapest price for a long while. Use code TV35 for £35 off price (£499 down to £469.98 - with 4.99 del)
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I bought last year a 42" smart 1080p set because it was cheap at 390 quid. if I was gonna spend 500quid on a new tv then I would certainly consider a 4k set now.
sam_of_london
windta1ker
So many people wrapped up in 4K that they can't look outside the box, cheers for post op


​4k can play 1080p, not the other way round. This is destined for the dump.


Everything is destined for the dump, 1080p TVs aren't dysfunctional in any shape or form, tbh i'm amazed you haven't mentioned 8k yet
windta1ker
So many people wrapped up in 4K that they can't look outside the box, cheers for post op


​4k can play 1080p, not the other way round. This is destined for the dump.
So many people wrapped up in 4K that they can't look outside the box, cheers for post op
Xadryxil
Trolls gotta troll. Good price, thanks OP.


​Will be vintage very soon. :D
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theboyliam
I kind of need something before Xmas so will have to bite the bullet before then. Just trying to work out if it's worth picking something up now for around the £1200 mark (which would most likely be 1080p rather than 4K) or waiting for some price drops in November.
wait for Black Friday...there must be more drops then, or by then
I agree.....these will likely come down in price and Black Friday will be a good time to buy with lots of promotions going on. I'd wait it out for a few months if you can.
Only 3 months away!
Baazinga
theboyliam
I kind of need something before Xmas so will have to bite the bullet before then. Just trying to work out if it's worth picking something up now for around the £1200 mark (which would most likely be 1080p rather than 4K) or waiting for some price drops in November.
wait for Black Friday...there must be more drops then, or by then

I agree.....these will likely come down in price and Black Friday will be a good time to buy with lots of promotions going on. I'd wait it out for a few months if you can.
I got this tv at £2000 if I payed £1000 more I would of been happy amazing pice for the best tv of 2015 and still beating all Leds.
Sharpharp
sdaspland
Purchased this today, very happy with it and can confirm it has HDR

Congrats you bought a 1st gen OLED with Synthetic HDR.... :D


​5th gen full hdr!
paulrwarner
New 2016 panel has HDR this doesn't - bite when £1,000 which is mid next year when there is more 4K choice and you won't have buyers remorse after watching most stuff in 720p on sky or 1080i


​this tv does have hdr!
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LG FH4U2VDN1 9kg Washing Machine, 1400 Spin, A+++, White, Silver Rim, Wash,Linen, LG £429.00 rlrdistribution.co.uk

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Just took delivery of this washing machine, Very happy with the large capacity of 9kg and the turbo wash that completes a cycle in just over an hour. Cheapest price I could find online. As a bonus
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Got this from Currys this morning (...VCN4) with free delivery - £369. The ...VCN4 is for one in silver.
Possible £25 off with GET25 as well
AnonAnonAgain
*price. same thing. bought it last week

:(:(:(:(:(

Showing as collection only at that price, I would have carried it home at this price had I have known lol.
Bought this washing machine from Currys recently for £369.00 with 5 years parts & labour warranty and can highly recommend it....... Absoutely brilliant
*price. same thing. bought it last week
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LG 42LF5610 42" £180.00 Full HD Freeview HD @ Sainsburys (Derby Kingsway)

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As seen at sainsburys kingsway Derby. Previously posted nationally at £200, seems to have another £20 off now!
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therams09
Saw this tv in the Derby Sainsbury's tonight, there was 3 of them stacked together - it isn't Freeview HD though unfortunately


​It's an old model Sainsburys want to get rid of.
Saw this tv in the Derby Sainsbury's tonight, there was 3 of them stacked together - it isn't Freeview HD though unfortunately
This is some old LG model. All new TVs come with 4k now. Spend little more and get 4k TV than this obsolete TV. Its on discount precisely for this reason as Sainsbury must be trying to get rid of it.
dtorrque1
Thanks for the reply. I can't even find what stores do they have it in stock.. :(

Any ideas??


​browsing some of the comments here could be a good start: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-42-tv-model-42lf5610-only-200-reduced-clear-sainsburys-2466507
Thanks for the reply. I can't even find what stores do they have it in stock.. :(

Any ideas??
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LG 65UH950V 65 inch Super Ultra HD 4K Smart TV webOS (2016 Model) £1,899.00 @ Amazon

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Probably get voted cold. Not sure about the technical specs but seems to be going for around £2499 everywhere else. This is available on Amazon's Lightening deals.
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The 49UH850V isn't real 10bit, it's 8bit + dithering. I would be questioning this one.
Missed it :(
Excellent price for this set, voted
Getting cheaper, making way for OLED and this TV has HDR.
I have the 49" version of this TV. Absolutely cracking picture quality.
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lg eg910 v 55 oled tv £1,199.00 Selfridges

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Best price for this model from a reputable seller. 5 year warranty
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Call or email them, I got refunded within a few days. :D
afroylnt
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afroylnt
Sharpharp
afroylnt
Sharpharp
afroylnt
Sharpharp
Whoever bought this, put your hands up because I want to laugh at you.
Only a mug would buy this first gen LG OLED effort (at any price)
Sure but only after you have finished laughting at the guilibility of the all the people who have brought 4k Tvs thinking it was a worth while feature over a better picture.
I'd laugh more that those people buying TVs without 4K. You don't pay a premium for 4K anymore.
Besides, there are plenty of 4K sources coming online. Most stuff in 4K is amazing. So stop laughing and go grab a Kleenex to wipe your tears. (_;)
So where can I get 4k for free? good for you believing all the marketing hype and paying extra for 4k sources; well done - at least you are helping the economy..
remember poor picture = poor picture even if its 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k etc
Awww, poor you. We could have a whip-round for you if you like?
Come out of the dark ages and get yourself a non-sky digital source with 1080p output..... you'll never regret it :)
Thank you for confirming my point; for many people its not worth the money and can lead to a poorer picture on SD sources.
When I am in the market for a 65" TV I will look for an OLED hdr one. 4K the new 3D?
So many contradictions in your statement.
It's highly unlikely you would be able to purchase anything other than 4k HDR panels now, never mind in the future.
Simply because the panel can display 4k resolution doesn't mean it isn't capable of scaling the source input to produce a good image.
There's not a massive amount of 4k material out there, but what is there isn't necessarily expensive. For example, to get Netflix 4k, it's £2 per month more than HD and you get more profiles. YouTube 4k is free.
Upscaling Blu-ray players are very competent at displaying 4k images from standard Blu-ray, which many people already own, prices start at around £50.
HDR could well be the standard that continues rather than 4k. To scale an sd signal well to 4k requires a good 4k tv; the cheaper ones don't scale that well.
Netflix has limited content. Personally I would be much more interested in watching 4k bluray films but I would much prefer oled and hdr than 4k and hdr; blacks rendered as dark grey are still dark grey regardless of whether it's 4k, 8k, 16k, 64k, 128k..

There's nothing really wrong with oled 4k HDR, all will remain and set the standard for all TVs to come, whether or not they become affordable is the big question.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/oled55e6-201604274285.htm
afroylnt
HedgyHoggy
afroylnt
Sharpharp
afroylnt
Sharpharp
afroylnt
Sharpharp
afroylnt
Sharpharp
Whoever bought this, put your hands up because I want to laugh at you.
Only a mug would buy this first gen LG OLED effort (at any price)
Sure but only after you have finished laughting at the guilibility of the all the people who have brought 4k Tvs thinking it was a worth while feature over a better picture.
I'd laugh more that those people buying TVs without 4K. You don't pay a premium for 4K anymore.
Besides, there are plenty of 4K sources coming online. Most stuff in 4K is amazing. So stop laughing and go grab a Kleenex to wipe your tears. (_;)
So where can I get 4k for free? good for you believing all the marketing hype and paying extra for 4k sources; well done - at least you are helping the economy..
remember poor picture = poor picture even if its 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k etc
Awww, poor you. We could have a whip-round for you if you like?
Come out of the dark ages and get yourself a non-sky digital source with 1080p output..... you'll never regret it :)
Thank you for confirming my point; for many people its not worth the money and can lead to a poorer picture on SD sources.
When I am in the market for a 65" TV I will look for an OLED hdr one. 4K the new 3D?
In your case, I agree that you should definitely hang on till at least the year 2050, hopefully by then all your SD sources will have converted to 4K and it will be worth your while watching the "Dave Channel" in glorious 4K X)
Nah 4k will have long gone by then (apart from adverts for it on Dave) ; it will be some other pointless feature - anything to avoid having to develop a great picture...(_;)
HDR is the biggest improvement in image quality since colour TV. The difference compared to normal 8-bit images is much more obvious than SD vs HD.
I have'nt seen HDR in the flesh but my gut feel is that it requires a better panel to get a good improvement in the picture; I can't see cheaper TVs being trully HDR compliant (Ultra HD Premium). I don't know if HDR inherently displays blacks better than normal LCD and whether or not OLED, would still has the advantage over HDR, in this area. HDR does seem though that it could be here to stay.

There two HDR TV standards, one for LCD and one for OLED,

'But how can OLED, with its brightness issues, qualify for HDR compatibility which demands much higher brightness levels than standard TVs? Well, the UHD Alliance has got around the problem by introducing two standards:

STANDARD 1: More than 1,000 nits peak brightness and less than 0.05nits black level.

STANDARD 2: More than 540 nits brightness and less than 0.0005 nits black level.

While standard one demands higher brightness and tolerates a higher black level, standard two tolerates a lower brightness and demands a lower black level. This means manufacturers looking to make LED HDR TVs, which most are, will abide by standard one, while OLED TVs will be able to gain the Ultra HD Premium label by conforming to standard two.

And that’s it. In the grand scheme of things, it won’t matter which type of TV you have as to whether it will be HDR compatible or not. But if you want to get technical, LED TVs will give you an HDR image with better peak brightness but less deep blacks, whiled OLED TVs will give you an HDR image with lower peak brightness but deeper blacks.


Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/hdr-tv-high-dynamic-television-explained#TCX8CbD1XTO3mLyk.99'
HedgyHoggy
afroylnt
Sharpharp
afroylnt
Sharpharp
afroylnt
Sharpharp
afroylnt
Sharpharp
Whoever bought this, put your hands up because I want to laugh at you.
Only a mug would buy this first gen LG OLED effort (at any price)
Sure but only after you have finished laughting at the guilibility of the all the people who have brought 4k Tvs thinking it was a worth while feature over a better picture.
I'd laugh more that those people buying TVs without 4K. You don't pay a premium for 4K anymore.
Besides, there are plenty of 4K sources coming online. Most stuff in 4K is amazing. So stop laughing and go grab a Kleenex to wipe your tears. (_;)
So where can I get 4k for free? good for you believing all the marketing hype and paying extra for 4k sources; well done - at least you are helping the economy..
remember poor picture = poor picture even if its 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k etc
Awww, poor you. We could have a whip-round for you if you like?
Come out of the dark ages and get yourself a non-sky digital source with 1080p output..... you'll never regret it :)
Thank you for confirming my point; for many people its not worth the money and can lead to a poorer picture on SD sources.
When I am in the market for a 65" TV I will look for an OLED hdr one. 4K the new 3D?
In your case, I agree that you should definitely hang on till at least the year 2050, hopefully by then all your SD sources will have converted to 4K and it will be worth your while watching the "Dave Channel" in glorious 4K X)
Nah 4k will have long gone by then (apart from adverts for it on Dave) ; it will be some other pointless feature - anything to avoid having to develop a great picture...(_;)
HDR is the biggest improvement in image quality since colour TV. The difference compared to normal 8-bit images is much more obvious than SD vs HD.
I have'nt seen HDR in the flesh but my gut feel is that it requires a better panel to get a good improvement in the picture; I can't see cheaper TVs being trully HDR compliant (Ultra HD Premium). I don't know if HDR inherently displays blacks better than normal LCD and whether or not OLED, would still has the advantage over HDR, in this area. HDR does seem though that it could be here to stay.
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afroylnt
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afroylnt
Sharpharp
Whoever bought this, put your hands up because I want to laugh at you.
Only a mug would buy this first gen LG OLED effort (at any price)
Sure but only after you have finished laughting at the guilibility of the all the people who have brought 4k Tvs thinking it was a worth while feature over a better picture.
I'd laugh more that those people buying TVs without 4K. You don't pay a premium for 4K anymore.
Besides, there are plenty of 4K sources coming online. Most stuff in 4K is amazing. So stop laughing and go grab a Kleenex to wipe your tears. (_;)
So where can I get 4k for free? good for you believing all the marketing hype and paying extra for 4k sources; well done - at least you are helping the economy..
remember poor picture = poor picture even if its 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k etc
Awww, poor you. We could have a whip-round for you if you like?
Come out of the dark ages and get yourself a non-sky digital source with 1080p output..... you'll never regret it :)
Thank you for confirming my point; for many people its not worth the money and can lead to a poorer picture on SD sources.
When I am in the market for a 65" TV I will look for an OLED hdr one. 4K the new 3D?
So many contradictions in your statement.

It's highly unlikely you would be able to purchase anything other than 4k HDR panels now, never mind in the future.

Simply because the panel can display 4k resolution doesn't mean it isn't capable of scaling the source input to produce a good image.

There's not a massive amount of 4k material out there, but what is there isn't necessarily expensive. For example, to get Netflix 4k, it's £2 per month more than HD and you get more profiles. YouTube 4k is free.

Upscaling Blu-ray players are very competent at displaying 4k images from standard Blu-ray, which many people already own, prices start at around £50.

HDR could well be the standard that continues rather than 4k. To scale an sd signal well to 4k requires a good 4k tv; the cheaper ones don't scale that well.

Netflix has limited content. Personally I would be much more interested in watching 4k bluray films but I would much prefer oled and hdr than 4k and hdr; blacks rendered as dark grey are still dark grey regardless of whether it's 4k, 8k, 16k, 64k, 128k..
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65" 65EF950V LG OLED 4K TV £2,699.00 delivered @ Selfridges 5 year guarantee

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This is an absolute bargain....i paid 3.5k for mine 6 months ago and its fantastic...mine is a very good panel...but others have had problems


I'm jealous! Enjoy your telly! But there's no way on earth I could justify 3.5k on a telly
deal has expired can someone expire it?
super_leeds_86
Brabus_Duddy
super_leeds_86
- This model DOES have HDR and it has support via both streaming and HDMI ports.
I own the 920v model, picked it up from Costco for a ridiculous £1400. My OLED replaced a Panasonic Plasma which at the time I was happy with but it had to go once I compared OLED with Plasma (Had the 50 Plasma and the 55 OLED side by side whilst testing video sources). No screen burn, no banding, 4 months of ownership. Give it a decent source of 1080p or 4k video and it eats it up and spits out a sublime image.
For information both this 950v and the 920v model supports HDR via a single HDMI port (HDMI Port number 2) and via streamed sources, a box appears in the top left of the screen saying it when a HDR video plays.
The 960v model is more complicated, it supports HDR video from streamed sources, but NOT via it's HDMI ports. This is one thing to be careful of, as I expect many people will be connecting devices via cable, just because it says 'HDR supported' it may mean via streaming. http://www.trustedreviews.com/lg-65ef9500-review
I wasnt aware. Both HDR 10 & Dolby Vision? I am only bothered about 10 from gaming point of view but nice to have Dolby Vision too ;)
10bit I'd say yes but dolby vision I'd say 'probably'. Reason why see this link: http://hometheaterreview.com/dolby-vision-vs-hdr10-what-you-need-to-know/
For HDR It's all clear as mud across the industry to be honest, you have the likes of Samsung and Hisense promising firmware updates for HDMI ports but have updated apps built in that support HDR via streaming, such as Netflix. Good for streamers, bad for gamers. Then you have some TV's that just support it as they have the correct HDMI ports but their own built in apps need updating for streaming, such as LG did. Good for gamers with an Xbox One S but bad for streamers! The only 100% guaranteed way to have everything is to buy a high end 2017 model next May when they start to hit market!
Trying to find more than a handful of HDR video is the challenge, I hope that the new PS4 Neo (Not an Xbox player at all) is out this year and supports HDR games from early on.

Well early reports suggest they are going to surprise everyone and launch for Christmas 2016 which will kill Microsoft, Xbox gamer for life here but I don't do the trolling lol, so in a way I hope it is around same time as microsoft. Anyway about the HDR TV situation..........I see the OLED55E6V is what I would love. Has both HDR formats supported. Maybe not perfect but I am still waiting for it to come down as @ £3,500 it is very steep!
Good price for what you get heat given.
Out of stock :-(
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LG 34UM88C 34-Inch 3440 x 1440 UltraWide QHD IPS LED Monitor £489.99 @ Amazon

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Product Description LG 34UM88C - LED monitor - 34" - 3440 x 1440 - IPS - 300 cd/m2 - 1000:1 - 5 ms - 2xHDMI, DisplayPort - speakers - HDMI, DisplayPort Box Contains 1 x LG 34UM88C 34-Inch 3440 x
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The_Hoff
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paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!
You clearly can't read.
I never said they were demonic, I simply said that buying a UWS comes with foibles that IMO diminish their value. In this case, rendering issues, lack of publisher support and BD scaling issues.
exaggerating a little bit there I think..! i merely pointed out how u were criticising them.. which u WERE.
criticise definition:
verb
verb: criticise
1.
indicate the faults of
weren't u pointing out the faults? yes, yes u were
demonic
de·mon
(dē′mən)
n.
1. An evil supernatural being; a devil.
2. A persistently tormenting person, force, or passion: the demon of drug addiction.
3. One who is extremely zealous, skillful, or diligent: worked away like a demon; a real demon at math.
4. Variant of daimon.
My criticism is leveled at the lack of support for the aspect ratio, which therefore makes purchasing a 21:9 monitor less than ideal.
at least ur finally admitting it. well done.
Admitting to the fact many publishers don't support 21:9 and that problems exist with many games. Yes I am.

u dont have to explain urself mate, if u think the monitors are crap.. thats okay
adamski88
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!
You clearly can't read.
I never said they were demonic, I simply said that buying a UWS comes with foibles that IMO diminish their value. In this case, rendering issues, lack of publisher support and BD scaling issues.
exaggerating a little bit there I think..! i merely pointed out how u were criticising them.. which u WERE.
criticise definition:
verb
verb: criticise
1.
indicate the faults of
weren't u pointing out the faults? yes, yes u were
demonic
de·mon
(dē′mən)
n.
1. An evil supernatural being; a devil.
2. A persistently tormenting person, force, or passion: the demon of drug addiction.
3. One who is extremely zealous, skillful, or diligent: worked away like a demon; a real demon at math.
4. Variant of daimon.
My criticism is leveled at the lack of support for the aspect ratio, which therefore makes purchasing a 21:9 monitor less than ideal.
at least ur finally admitting it. well done.

Admitting to the fact many publishers don't support 21:9 and that problems exist with many games. Yes I am.
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!
You clearly can't read.
I never said they were demonic, I simply said that buying a UWS comes with foibles that IMO diminish their value. In this case, rendering issues, lack of publisher support and BD scaling issues.
exaggerating a little bit there I think..! i merely pointed out how u were criticising them.. which u WERE.
criticise definition:
verb
verb: criticise
1.
indicate the faults of
weren't u pointing out the faults? yes, yes u were
demonic
de·mon
(dē′mən)
n.
1. An evil supernatural being; a devil.
2. A persistently tormenting person, force, or passion: the demon of drug addiction.
3. One who is extremely zealous, skillful, or diligent: worked away like a demon; a real demon at math.
4. Variant of daimon.
My criticism is leveled at the lack of support for the aspect ratio, which therefore makes purchasing a 21:9 monitor less than ideal.

at least ur finally admitting it. well done.
adamski88
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!
You clearly can't read.
I never said they were demonic, I simply said that buying a UWS comes with foibles that IMO diminish their value. In this case, rendering issues, lack of publisher support and BD scaling issues.
exaggerating a little bit there I think..! i merely pointed out how u were criticising them.. which u WERE.
criticise definition:
verb
verb: criticise
1.
indicate the faults of
weren't u pointing out the faults? yes, yes u were

demonic

de·mon
(dē′mən)
n.
1. An evil supernatural being; a devil.
2. A persistently tormenting person, force, or passion: the demon of drug addiction.
3. One who is extremely zealous, skillful, or diligent: worked away like a demon; a real demon at math.
4. Variant of daimon.

My criticism is leveled at the lack of support for the aspect ratio, which therefore makes purchasing a 21:9 monitor less than ideal.

Edited By: The_Hoff on Aug 10, 2016 20:06
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!
You clearly can't read.
I never said they were demonic, I simply said that buying a UWS comes with foibles that IMO diminish their value. In this case, rendering issues, lack of publisher support and BD scaling issues.

exaggerating a little bit there I think..! i merely pointed out how u were criticising them.. which u WERE.

criticise definition:

verb
verb: criticise
1.
indicate the faults of

weren't u pointing out the faults? yes, yes u were


Edited By: adamski88 on Aug 10, 2016 18:40
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LG 55eg910 55" 1080p 3D Oled TV £1,199.00 @ Selfridges.com

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Cons: Not 4k so no HDR 10/12 or Dolby Vision - if you want/need 4k, this isn't for you. Pros: Blacks - are black and not grey Everything looks better than compared to LCD/LED. Great viewing…
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Cold NOT 4K


​You obviously didn't bother reading the opening post.
Cold NOT 4K
Crossbow
Has been posted for £100 lower & 5/6 year warranty a few weeks ago - the cost of these should be decreasing, not increasing:

LG 55EG910 55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1099 at Richer Sounds 6 Years Warranty

LG 55EG910 & 55EC930  55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1099 at John Lewis 5 Years Warranty


Understand your point, that seems to have been RS price matching JL - who then removed the product altogether from their site and have not re-listed it since.

Unless you have a time machine, this is the cheapest with decent warranty - you could always ask RS for a price match I guess.

Edited By: pops1975 on Aug 07, 2016 22:52
Has been posted for £100 lower & 5/6 year warranty a few weeks ago - the cost of these should be decreasing, not increasing:

LG 55EG910 55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1099 at Richer Sounds 6 Years Warranty

LG 55EG910 & 55EC930  55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1099 at John Lewis 5 Years Warranty
Vespa123
Ordered, been watching for a couple of weeks. Wanted new TV for new premiership season next week. Thanks Pops1975

You're welcome Vespa123 - glad my post helped you!
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LG DH3140S 300 Watt 5.1 DVD Home Cinema System @ Argos for £49.99

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LG DH3140S 300 Watt 5.1 DVD Home Cinema System @ Argos Free click & collects £90+ on amazon Seems fair for the price for a budget if you want to upgrade tv sound
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Now showing at £79.99
rubbish for its connectivity
Its a good price but spec is from 2005...

22 May 2016
This product has really basic connections

Bought this item but could not connect to t v. Advised to buy optical and hdmi leads, but i already had them But there is no connections on the player. Could not try.
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£49.99 forgot to add

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£49.99 forgot to add
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LG 49UF640V 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £418.80 @ CPC

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seems to be priced £499 on argos. I m not an expert in judging how good this TV is, but thought some might find it useful.
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Just bought this for £309 Texco Outlet. Really pleased with it but it only has 2 HDMI and 1 USB which is rather stingy for a modern TV. Otherwise I'm pretty happy with it.

Also relieved that the price above is VAT excluded. Would have been gutted knowing I could have got a brand new set for £40 more (phew).


£309!! Amazing price! Well done
ST3123
colourpie
I got this from amazon warehouse deals for 350.. at that price I'm very happy, but be warned it's a very basic set. No smart features, apps, all that gumpf. Only 2 HDMI ports which is almost unheard of these days. Personally I think it has a very nice picture, and I work with televisions every day. But I'm aware that it's a bit of a 4k 'fudge' http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm
Thanks, this is interesting. Really surprised they got away with this actually since it seems it actually reduces the effective resolution of the set if I'm understanding it right. I'd be furious if I'd bought one at anything near RRP. That said as someone after 4K on the cheap, this might be a good set to watch (no pun) for price drops as the RGBW issue will probably cause it to keep getting cheaper. If I could get one in the range of £300 I'd probably pull the trigger anyway as I doubt you would even see the difference in a normal living room setting, it would be more of an issue using it as a PC monitor but at 49" it's big for that purpose anyway....
In day to day use I find the picture to be really quite excellent. I have one of them there amazon fire tv boxes, and when the screensaver kicks in it shows nice hi-res pics with a so-called 'ken burns' effect. During the panning, there is a noticeable judder in the image, which I think is caused by the cheeky fudging.

Also I realised my set is a 675V not a 640V. So it's entirely possible that all my rambling is even more pointless than it usually is X)

Edited By: colourpie on Aug 08, 2016 21:23
with vat 418
colourpie
I got this from amazon warehouse deals for 350.. at that price I'm very happy, but be warned it's a very basic set. No smart features, apps, all that gumpf. Only 2 HDMI ports which is almost unheard of these days. Personally I think it has a very nice picture, and I work with televisions every day. But I'm aware that it's a bit of a 4k 'fudge' http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm

Thanks, this is interesting. Really surprised they got away with this actually since it seems it actually reduces the effective resolution of the set if I'm understanding it right. I'd be furious if I'd bought one at anything near RRP. That said as someone after 4K on the cheap, this might be a good set to watch (no pun) for price drops as the RGBW issue will probably cause it to keep getting cheaper. If I could get one in the range of £300 I'd probably pull the trigger anyway as I doubt you would even see the difference in a normal living room setting, it would be more of an issue using it as a PC monitor but at 49" it's big for that purpose anyway....

Edited By: ST3123 on Aug 07, 2016 13:40
@colourpie Thanks for making me aware of the fudge. I'm not looking for a 4K TV right now but I will bear that in mind when I do. :D
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LG 55EG920V - 55" 4K OLED Ultra HD Curved 3D Smart TV with webOS 2.0 & WiFi at Ebay/kcsoundandvision for £1,299.00

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Refurbished. Comes with 1 year warranty. Brand: LG Smart TV Features: Downloadable Apps, Internet Browsing Screen Size: 55" Warranty: 1 Year Return to Base Warranty MPN: LG 55EG920V Box Conte…
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These will be £700-£800 for Xmas
In the description you've got "Display Technology: IPS LED" when it's actually OLED
Big Phil
What's wrong with refurbished? Are your statutory rights affected buying this?


​Only 1 year warranty instead of the standard 5 handed out by stores for new TV's these days.

Plus refurbished could mean anything really. Bit of a lottery on the TV working anywhere past that year mark.
What's wrong with refurbished? Are your statutory rights affected buying this?
Got excited until I read it's a refurb.
Best one of the 900 series
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LG 55EC930V 55 inch Curved SMART 3D FULL HD OLED TV Built in Freeview HD WiFi (refurb) £999.00 Richersounds on eBay

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Sold by RicherSounds on ebay. Comes with 12 Month Warranty. Seller Refurbished. Brand: LG Energy Efficiency Class: A Screen Size: 55" Manufacturer warranty: 1 year Display Technology: OLED Re…
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freakstyler
Can you really differentiate between 4k and 1080p on a 55" screen at a normal viewing distance?
Yes
yes one has much better marketing.....:p
I'd imagine the increased bandwith helped
freakstyler
Can you really differentiate between 4k and 1080p on a 55" screen at a normal viewing distance?


Yes
afroylnt
Hocus
afroylnt
Hocus
Can't argue with that logic and would agree 4k oled with hdr would be far superior. But then that's spending stupid money. Same with 4k/ Ultra HD blueray atm no need to jump in right away. I remember when full HD and 3D tvs were stupidly priced. Not to long ago 4k was the same. But Hisense is changing that which is good.
So for me you have outlined when I might go 4k it's at least 24 mths away; too many things need to settle down, get established and come down in cost. I worry also that as DVDs are replaced by streaming the cost of hiring ultra / 4k buray will be to high...I am very value conscious.
Sadly streaming is the way forward. Love my Amazon fire box 4k version. Lots of 4k content through netflix and Amazon. Throw in Kodi with Plex and I rarely watch my virgin media stuff. But your right 2 to 3 years there will be a new whoo Haa probably 8k. On price conscious I'm chuffed as I got an EX. display 55Inch 4k hdr from John Lewis for £800. I couldn't believe it everywhere else it was at least £1200. Not to mention it still does 3d which I'm a fan of even though it seems to be dying lol.
Good priced TV well done - but to stream ultra 4k won't be available to many (due to the speed of the broadband connection required and th current state of the infrastructure in the UK) and I worry that the fiml companies won't bother much with the 4k ultra DVDs - you will need to buy rather than rent and so back to the issue of little top quality content. I read that the Netflix & Amazon etc 4k feeds are'nt suppose to be of that good quality.
I have virgin media and my 4k content looks brilliant. I have both amazon and netflix. My tvs wifi streams 4k equally good as my fire tv 4k. I also have a non 4k box and there is a clear difference in the stream. Not to mention some Amazon content has HDR.
Hocus
afroylnt
Hocus
Can't argue with that logic and would agree 4k oled with hdr would be far superior. But then that's spending stupid money. Same with 4k/ Ultra HD blueray atm no need to jump in right away. I remember when full HD and 3D tvs were stupidly priced. Not to long ago 4k was the same. But Hisense is changing that which is good.
So for me you have outlined when I might go 4k it's at least 24 mths away; too many things need to settle down, get established and come down in cost. I worry also that as DVDs are replaced by streaming the cost of hiring ultra / 4k buray will be to high...I am very value conscious.
Sadly streaming is the way forward. Love my Amazon fire box 4k version. Lots of 4k content through netflix and Amazon. Throw in Kodi with Plex and I rarely watch my virgin media stuff. But your right 2 to 3 years there will be a new whoo Haa probably 8k. On price conscious I'm chuffed as I got an EX. display 55Inch 4k hdr from John Lewis for £800. I couldn't believe it everywhere else it was at least £1200. Not to mention it still does 3d which I'm a fan of even though it seems to be dying lol.
Good priced TV well done - but to stream ultra 4k won't be available to many (due to the speed of the broadband connection required and th current state of the infrastructure in the UK) and I worry that the fiml companies won't bother much with the 4k ultra DVDs - you will need to buy rather than rent and so back to the issue of little top quality content. I read that the Netflix & Amazon etc 4k feeds are'nt suppose to be of that good quality.
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Refurbished 4k 49" LG Smart TV £369.00 - eBay/kcsoundandvision

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Really good price for a TV like this, paid £330 for a 43" one a few weeks ago. Might need to wait a few weeks for delivery, seller is away. But if you're okay with waiting then it's great. Comes wi…
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Very good price for a proper decent brand 4k set. Extremely tempting but even at this price I can't quite afford it, shame Paypal don't do interest free credit or I'd be all over this TV.
Worth noting it even comes with a full year warranty (says in the item specifics " 1 Year Return to Base Warranty" not just the standard 30 day eBay money back guarantee.
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PayPal do offer interest free credit... for 4 months :)
I have had a look at that, might just make it doable though 6-12 would have been better.
Brilliant price for an 4K LG at this size, though I gather this has not got HDR. Is it likely to be an important feature going forward? Could it ultimately stop the TV from displaying 4K content at all in the way that 4K TVs with only HDMI 1.4 can display virtually no 4K content now?
Have a read of this... http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/hdr-tv-high-dynamic-television-explained
thedixon
ST3123
Very good price for a proper decent brand 4k set. Extremely tempting but even at this price I can't quite afford it, shame Paypal don't do interest free credit or I'd be all over this TV.
Worth noting it even comes with a full year warranty (says in the item specifics " 1 Year Return to Base Warranty" not just the standard 30 day eBay money back guarantee.
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PayPal do offer interest free credit... for 4 months :)

I have had a look at that, might just make it doable though 6-12 would have been better.

Brilliant price for an 4K LG at this size, though I gather this has not got HDR. Is it likely to be an important feature going forward? Could it ultimately stop the TV from displaying 4K content at all in the way that 4K TVs with only HDMI 1.4 can display virtually no 4K content now?
ST3123
Very good price for a proper decent brand 4k set. Extremely tempting but even at this price I can't quite afford it, shame Paypal don't do interest free credit or I'd be all over this TV.
Worth noting it even comes with a full year warranty (says in the item specifics " 1 Year Return to Base Warranty" not just the standard 30 day eBay money back guarantee.
Hot!

PayPal do offer interest free credit... for 4 months :)
Very good price for a proper decent brand 4k set. Extremely tempting but even at this price I can't quite afford it, shame Paypal don't do interest free credit or I'd be all over this TV.

Worth noting it even comes with a full year warranty (says in the item specifics " 1 Year Return to Base Warranty" not just the standard 30 day eBay money back guarantee.

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G-Shield® Tempered Glass Ultra Clear Screen Protector For Various Phone Models - £2.99 - @eBay GizzmoHeaven

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BUY 2, GET 1 AT 50% OFF (add 3 to basket) G-Shield® Tempered Glass Ultra Clear Screen Protector For Various Phone Models Ultra thin tempered glass screen protectors give the best protection avai…
BargainHunter119 Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago1 Comment
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is G shield still the best manufacturer of screen protectors?
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LG 43UH661V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" With Freeview HD/freesat HD & Metallic Design £499.00 @ John Lewis

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Been watching this TV for a while now and has dropped to the cheapest i have ever seen it - 5 Year Warranty - Freeview/Freesat - Smart TV
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Went to get this today.
The picture quality is awful, I asked them to put an HD picture on so that I could see the quality.
They said it was already running one :/
Havent been able to see it working, how does it compare with Sony for image quality? (which I always feel is vastly superior in all the trips I have made to the shop - havent seen this one)
Heat added - just waiting for the 49" to drop now!!
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LG Leon 4G on Pay as you go £29 + £10 Top-up (£39.00) @ Vodafone

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Blinding deal for a spare handset. I heard the battery life is pretty good for 4G handset. Only downside is the integral memory size of 8GB.
Aman Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago35 Comments
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tonymcg
Anyone actually had one delivered...?
I am waiting 10 days and still nothing....
Anyone actually had one delivered...?
Just had a email to say that they are still awaiting stock from the suppliers...
only slight downside to me is the display at 480p but the internals should be enough to do most basic tasks. heat
better then Alcatel Pixi 3???
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2016 LG 43UH650V 43 Inch Ultra HD 4K Web OS Smart LED TV was £699 now £549.00 @ Argos

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Im no TV expert so what do you guys think of this ? A UHD display featuring ColourPrime Pro technology delivers a picture of vibrant colours. The perfect canvas for your entertainment as a unique u…
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wakkaday
does it have HDR
Yes
does it have HDR
vDraft
MrCollective
I'm going to be honest, I don't know. I set it up, went through a picture setup Wizard and watched the formula one. Havent switched it on since.
Would you recommend?

Im very impressed. 4K is perfect and took hardly any tweeking.

Normal set-top box looks perfect in HD.

I'm very picky with quality as I'm infront on my PC monitors most the day which are both BenQ IPS 27" GW2765HT

The side that I didnt think I'd use has actually also impressed me which is the smart webos. Very fast, no lag and very easy to use.

If there are any test you want me to try that I may not be aware of give me a shout.
MrCollective
I'm going to be honest, I don't know. I set it up, went through a picture setup Wizard and watched the formula one. Havent switched it on since.

Would you recommend?

Edited By: vDraft on Aug 04, 2016 13:08
MrCollective
smiler594
I'd be mad to pay an extra £200 just to have this years model. It's your money to waste

Spec wise difference:

This years model
IPS Screen
HDR
Higher motion rate
2 USB 3.0 ports and 3 HDMI
WebOS 3.0
USB Recroding & Playback
Freesat HD tuner

A few decent improvements.

There are probably alot of other details for 2016 model TVs but they don't seem to get posted, I just don't have the time or inclination to look any further than LG, Samsung, Panasonic or Sony



​I believe a future update sometime next month also gives freeview play..
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LG G4 32GB Phone - Black Leather SIM Free £249.99 @ Ebuyer

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LG G4 32GB Phone - Black Leather SIM Free £249.99 @ Ebuyer Model: H815 FORM FACTOR Full Touch Screen FREQUENCY 2G (GSM) 3G (HSPA+ 42Mbps) LTE (Cat.6, VoLTE) CHIPS Qualcomm® Snapdrago…
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Incidentally it's a bit old but some on here might not be aware of it and in any case G4's are still vulnerable to at least 3 of the flaws:

http://www.androidauthority.com/quadrooter-android-security-flaw-708434/
receder
It's from Ebuyer.

Assuming that it also doesn't work when you're in a different cell (drive a few miles somewhere and test it) then I'd assume it's faulty.
It's from Ebuyer.
Is your phone from Ebuyer or imported? Reason I ask is because some foreign (Korean?) versions don't support the 800MHz 4G band which O2 uses.
After 2 weeks use I am happy with my G4 apart from one thing; 4G is not working only HSPA :(
If I remove the SIM and put it in my old G3 I get 4G OK.

I notice that the mobile network options between the two phones are different:

G3 - GSM/WCDMA/LTE
G4 - Automatic (4G/3G/2G)

I have tried getting the settings from O2 and also entering them manually to be identical to my G3 settings but still no joy. Only thing I can think of is that I set up the phone with my Google account etc before putting the SIM in. Could this have set up Android somehow differently due to the lack of a 4G SIM? So I could try a phone reset with the SIM already in and see if that fixes the problem (although it's a pain as I now have the phone pretty much set up how I want it).

Anyone got any other ideas? Thanks

Edited By: receder on Aug 14, 2016 16:58
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LG FH4U2VCN2 Washing Machine - White 9kg £379.00 @ Currys

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LKA25 FOR A FURTHER £25 OFF! Possible price of £354 (dont forget to try Quidco and TCB too) Spotted this while looking for a fridge freezer at my local Currys and it looks amazing, very modern. Cou…
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Just ordered, now back in stock for home delivery, but code did not work for extra £25 off, said it was not valid.
It says collection only but says that it can be installed further down the page, then at checkout doesn't have that option?
Is this worth buying?
Would any codes work for a fridge freezer? Its my next buy, was gonna wait but if any codes still work might buy now.
hassansf
pavel76
LKA10 code for futher £10 off
'​LKA25' WORKS TOO, GET AN EXTRA £25 OFF (i tried LKA5, LKA15 and LKA20 to no avail before finding this one works :))
Thanks for the code, just saw it in time before I ordered last night.
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LG 34UM88C 34" Ultrawide IPS QHD Monitor.£489.99 ebuyer

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34" IPS Panel 3440 x 1440 Resolution HDMI & DisplayPort Height Adjust Built in Speakers
belfastgeoff Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago12 Comments
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adderrson
TapMyButtons
Damn this was a good deal for 3440x1440. It even has freesync!

I know, kinda bummed that I missed out :p


​No choice but to wait for next time now oO
TapMyButtons
Damn this was a good deal for 3440x1440. It even has freesync!

I know, kinda bummed that I missed out :p
Damn this was a good deal for 3440x1440. It even has freesync!
hitman007
It's 34" IPS Panel 3440 x 1440 Resolution
fzurro
hitman007
Or LG 34UM68 @ 2560 x 1080 for £369.99. So many ultrawide deals.
​But that one is not 1440


​Not the um68. Not Tring to prove u wrong or anything. Just that I'm eyeing for 21:9 for <350 and not found one yet.
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LG 55UH615V 55 Inch Ultra HD 4K Web OS Smart LED TV 2016 Model @ Argos Was £999.00 Now £749.00

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Seems good for 2016 model echnology Product description / spec A 4K resolution delivers a deeper level of detail than previously imaginable with an innovative True Black Panel that produces deep l…
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deanoh11
CockneySpur
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



Agreed with Deano !
hannaoptimus
I bought this on prime day for £589. Its a brilliant tv, i was so hesitant when buying it because of all the crap about the panels and the lack of reviews. Its awesome imo. Xbox, PS4 and PC gaming looks stunning on it.


£589 for this telly is a whole lot more sensible for this telly and about what it's worth on eBay
Same TV was approx £550 on Amazon a couple of weeks ago (prime day), bet it will be again around Black Friday if you want it and can wait
CockneySpur
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
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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
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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 - MT…
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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
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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
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tomjwalker
MrMazzyBoy
tomjwalker
MrMazzyBoy
I've got the 34" version of this. After 1 week there's just no going back!! Ultra wide is the future. :)
I've just been looking at that, do you reccomend it? I currently have a dual 24inch setup but I'm really after a single monitor now. What's the bezel like?
Picture quality is excellent. Although the the physical bezels are only a few millimeters, there is a 1 centimeter black bar around the top & sides when you turn the monitor on so the pictures are a bit misleading. The version I have is the 34" version, which comes with FreeSync @ 2560 x 1080 (not 4k) When you go to 3440 x 1440 prices start to get extremely expensive! & you need a top end Graphics Card. I use it with a MSI GTX970 4G & everything runs just fine. Price to performance this was the best I could find. :)
Thanks for your help, might get one now, is the £355 price on amazon at the moment a good deal do you think?
Hiya,
I paid £359.00 a few weeks back (From Amazon) I don't think you can get any cheaper & with Amazon they will let you return it 'hassle free' if you're not totally happy with it so they are always my preferred seller. Good luck & let me know what you think of it. :)
Thanks for your help, really appreciate it :)
tomjwalker
MrMazzyBoy
tomjwalker
MrMazzyBoy
I've got the 34" version of this. After 1 week there's just no going back!! Ultra wide is the future. :)
I've just been looking at that, do you reccomend it? I currently have a dual 24inch setup but I'm really after a single monitor now. What's the bezel like?
Picture quality is excellent. Although the the physical bezels are only a few millimeters, there is a 1 centimeter black bar around the top & sides when you turn the monitor on so the pictures are a bit misleading. The version I have is the 34" version, which comes with FreeSync @ 2560 x 1080 (not 4k) When you go to 3440 x 1440 prices start to get extremely expensive! & you need a top end Graphics Card. I use it with a MSI GTX970 4G & everything runs just fine. Price to performance this was the best I could find. :)
Thanks for your help, might get one now, is the £355 price on amazon at the moment a good deal do you think?
Hiya,
I paid £359.00 a few weeks back (From Amazon) I don't think you can get any cheaper & with Amazon they will let you return it 'hassle free' if you're not totally happy with it so they are always my preferred seller. Good luck & let me know what you think of it. :)
MrMazzyBoy
tomjwalker
MrMazzyBoy
I've got the 34" version of this. After 1 week there's just no going back!! Ultra wide is the future. :)
I've just been looking at that, do you reccomend it? I currently have a dual 24inch setup but I'm really after a single monitor now. What's the bezel like?
Picture quality is excellent. Although the the physical bezels are only a few millimeters, there is a 1 centimeter black bar around the top & sides when you turn the monitor on so the pictures are a bit misleading. The version I have is the 34" version, which comes with FreeSync @ 2560 x 1080 (not 4k) When you go to 3440 x 1440 prices start to get extremely expensive! & you need a top end Graphics Card. I use it with a MSI GTX970 4G & everything runs just fine. Price to performance this was the best I could find. :)
Thanks for your help, might get one now, is the £355 price on amazon at the moment a good deal do you think?
tomjwalker
MrMazzyBoy
I've got the 34" version of this. After 1 week there's just no going back!! Ultra wide is the future. :)
I've just been looking at that, do you reccomend it? I currently have a dual 24inch setup but I'm really after a single monitor now. What's the bezel like?

Picture quality is excellent. Although the the physical bezels are only a few millimeters, there is a 1 centimeter black bar around the top & sides when you turn the monitor on so the pictures are a bit misleading. The version I have is the 34" version, which comes with FreeSync @ 2560 x 1080 (not 4k) When you go to 3440 x 1440 prices start to get extremely expensive! & you need a top end Graphics Card. I use it with a MSI GTX970 4G & everything runs just fine. Price to performance this was the best I could find. :)
MrMazzyBoy
I've got the 34" version of this. After 1 week there's just no going back!! Ultra wide is the future. :)
I've just been looking at that, do you reccomend it? I currently have a dual 24inch setup but I'm really after a single monitor now. What's the bezel like?