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FREE LIFETIME WARRANTY £0.10

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discoman2016 Avatar3d, 43m agoFound 3 days, 43 minutes ago14 Comments
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jimx26
Only applies to 2017 models.
We don't know that yet just surmising I know it's more hope then reality though lol
Only applies to 2017 models.
halfbakedjake
the.porter
Jaybeam
This was raised earlier on the other thread but the concensus is this only applies to 2017 models
According to lg they state on all models but retailer dependent
Do you know what retailers ? and how do you redeem ?
I reckon it is a retailer bundle offer as before.
the.porter
Jaybeam
This was raised earlier on the other thread but the concensus is this only applies to 2017 models
According to lg they state on all models but retailer dependent

Do you know what retailers ? and how do you redeem ?
Jaybeam
This was raised earlier on the other thread but the concensus is this only applies to 2017 models
According to lg they state on all models but retailer dependent
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Currys LG OLED55B6V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" OLED TV £1,499.00 WITH CODE LSTV100A

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USE code LSTV100A to save £100 try code with space! then remove space apply codeThe OLED55B6V feature 4k Ultra HD resolution, capable of producing up to four times the quality of Full HD for amazing Read More
USE code LSTV100A to save £100 try code with space! then remove space apply codeThe OLED55B6V feature 4k Ultra HD resolution, capable of producing up to four times the quality of Full HD for amazing
discoman2016 Avatar1w, 22h agoFound 1 week, 22 hours ago167 Comments
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Jacko371
Just tried to order this using code LSTV100 and it is saying offer is no longer valid?? Thought it was valid until 3rd May.

Missed the A off mate
hukd_addict
if anyone needs help setting up the TV gimme a shout, I had a right old time setting up HDMI ARC to my AV Reciever and HDR on the PS4 Pro, I can probably save you a headache. The old (and best IMO) Harmony One remote works a treat! even the smart tv stuff!
What build date is on the back of your unit? Over on avforums someone said they had April 17 !
Just tried to order this using code LSTV100 and it is saying offer is no longer valid?? Thought it was valid until 3rd May.




Edited By: Jacko371 on Apr 30, 2017 00:55: .
rednwhite1879
hukd_addict
discoman2016
hukd_addict
plumberman56
Shame they did not make a 50" oled. possibly a tad to big in my lounge? the 55" that is
it almost annoys me this type of question, will 2.5" each side make that much of a difference? there is practically no bezel either remember
who wants 4k minus 60inchs? lmao but hey most tv junkies! still using freeview??? bit like buying a jag and feeding it vegetable oil?looks good till u switch it on?
erm what? bit early for the sauce isnt it?
He means who buys a 4k smaller than 60 inches..not worth it

ahhh... I would be inclined to agree with that, but not just at 55... 65 also, I did say in previous comments HD to UHD wasn't as big a leap from SD to HD. It is noticeably better though. It's besides the point, HDR content is almost exclusively shot in 4k, and try buying an up to date 1080p display with HDR10 or Dolby Vision... 4k is a non issue... is the format that is being used and having a display that takes advantage of it...

I wanted HDR... if I wanted 4k I'd have bought a 4k tv ages ago. What I really wanted was an OLED... for all the benefits it brings with it (despite the naysayers) and now I've got one, thanks to this deal. So cheers!!! I'm happy.

before anyone else decides to try and start an argument.. here's what am I..

Stupid, Clueless, too dumb to realize whatever negative thing you're about to say about this product - because I'm clueless, a tv junkie, couch potato, money waster, fool, moron for not getting something else. Silly, daft and idiotic

so whatever your about to say is pointless, because I already know.

I also know..... jealousy.

Edited By: hukd_addict on Apr 29, 2017 20:29
hukd_addict
discoman2016
hukd_addict
plumberman56
Shame they did not make a 50" oled. possibly a tad to big in my lounge? the 55" that is
it almost annoys me this type of question, will 2.5" each side make that much of a difference? there is practically no bezel either remember
who wants 4k minus 60inchs? lmao but hey most tv junkies! still using freeview??? bit like buying a jag and feeding it vegetable oil?looks good till u switch it on?
erm what? bit early for the sauce isnt it?

He means who buys a 4k smaller than 60 inches..not worth it
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Currys LG OLED55C6V Smart 4K Curved OLED TV and OLED55B6V £1,499.00 with code

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£1499.00 @ Currys
Cheapest it has ever been I believe! Currys have dropped the price to £1599 and with code LSTV100A brings it down £1499 B6 is also the same price if you don't like the curve and aren't fussed about 3… Read More
Cheapest it has ever been I believe! Currys have dropped the price to £1599 and with code LSTV100A brings it down £1499 B6 is also the same price if you don't like the curve and aren't fussed about 3…
jimx26 Avatar1w, 23h agoFound 1 week, 23 hours ago66 Comments
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I'm tempted to go for C6 so I tried different codes and it worked! £150 off with LSTV150A.
The thing is:
£50 off: LSTV50A for TVs that cost £500+
£75 off: LSTV75A for TVs that cost £750+
£100 off: LSTV100A for TVs that cost £1000+
£150 off: LSTV150A for TVs that cost £1500+


jimx26
Should do just tried it again and was fine for me.

jimx26
I have amended the code it should be LSTV100A sorry for the typo.
chris57
djdope
chris57
Went for the c6 for the chipset over the b6. Used works gift card scheme for extra 6.5% for any public sector employees. All done electronically in seconds, saved another £90.
Did you get an electronic gift card or reload and existing cards
egift card, Curry's have space for number and pin in checkout.
THanks - was that via Kaarp or another scheme?
djdope
chris57
Went for the c6 for the chipset over the b6. Used works gift card scheme for extra 6.5% for any public sector employees. All done electronically in seconds, saved another £90.
Did you get an electronic gift card or reload and existing cards


egift card, Curry's have space for number and pin in checkout.
Been testing my c6 for a couple of days it's a quantum leap from my Sammy plasma. Never seen such good 3d on a TV. Glad I went for the c6 even though 3d is dieing.

My only problem which I'm hoping to resolve in settings is in 1080i broadcasts I'm noticing a strange pixel effect on skin tones especially faces. Like moving blotchy effect. I have all the edge sharpening etc turned off. Anyone else noticed this?

Edited By: Mars104 on Apr 26, 2017 15:37: Correction
On my way to Richer Sounds to get the E6. They will price match PRC Direct which is £1999. That's my biting point.
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LG OLED B6V down to £1,599.00 with 6 year warranty and Richer Sounds

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£1599.00 @ Richer Sounds
This is very low for the 6 year warranty you get. The Argos deal can go down to £1533 but without the 6 year warranty. Plus Richer Sounds are really good with returns and exchanges. Cracking deal Read More
This is very low for the 6 year warranty you get. The Argos deal can go down to £1533 but without the 6 year warranty. Plus Richer Sounds are really good with returns and exchanges. Cracking deal
Zoolannder Avatar1w, 23h agoFound 1 week, 23 hours ago5 Comments
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Sideeffects
Using code LSTV100A it goes to £1499!
Where can you put the code in? in says in store only

Sorry I was referring to Currys deal

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

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

Edited By: Mars104 on Apr 22, 2017 10:40: New question
Zoolannder
discoman2016
was this price with free soundbar last week http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/argos-lg-oled55b6v-55-inch-ultra-hd-smart-oled-tv-free-lg-sh7-soundbar-1529-10-2664108 bit late with ur richer sounds price match?
Operative word being WAS with sound bar. Not any more and not with 6 year warranty. Read my description before posting. I mentioned argos
currys now cheapest £1499 with code and argos deal still live without soundbar john lewis and currys price matched argos deal last week
Sideeffects
Using code LSTV100A it goes to £1499!
Where can you put the code in? in says in store only
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Lg65e6v 4K oled £3,000.00 @ sonicdirect free 5 year warranty poss 2.75% tcb

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£3000.00 @ Sonic Direct
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Good price for this if you simply have to have the 65" version.

Mainly the differences for 2017 over the 2016 models are higher peak brightness (Maybe 25% more?) and probably better image processors. Personally at the moment i think the 2016 models will offer you the best bang for buck. Currently toying whether to take the plunge on the 55E6V. There are deals around for these at the £2k mark.
If anybody else is services the 65e6 is £2899 at [email protected] using the BlueLightCard app
David_e
cainer1
i wonder whats round the corner that will push the price of these down, anyone know what we can expect next to better this screen?
Presume these 2017 are designed to be better but whether anyone's eyes are good enough to tell the difference ...
OLED65G7P
OLED65E7Phttp://www.lg.com/us/ces

This looks like the UK model

https://www.whathifi.com/lg/oled65e7v/review

It says "Other LG OLEDs are claimed to offer the same picture for less".

If I was in the market, I'd probably save quite a few £ and get the 2016 model.



Edited By: David_e on Apr 14, 2017 18:07
David_e
sinxa
Much improvement from the B6V and C6V?

Not checked the spec but on the 55" I think the difference was/is built in sound bar, 3D and picture on glass.


C6V has 3D, but agree the E has improved pic quality (I think due to brightness?) plus in-built soundbar
sinxa
Much improvement from the B6V and C6V?

Not checked the spec but on the 55" I think the difference was/is built in sound bar, 3D and picture on glass.
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ARGOS LG OLED55B6V 55 inch Ultra HD Smart OLED TV and FREE LG SH7 SOUNDBAR - £1,529.10

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£1529.10 @ Argos
Use code TV10 to save 10% on tvs over £499 Sink into the audio-visual splendour of LG’s glorious HDR screen. As the brand’s eye-popping OLED panel is topped with colour-boosting High Dynamic Range, yo… Read More
Use code TV10 to save 10% on tvs over £499 Sink into the audio-visual splendour of LG’s glorious HDR screen. As the brand’s eye-popping OLED panel is topped with colour-boosting High Dynamic Range, yo…
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Love these deals, was on at John Lewis as well, not that i wanted the tv, but meant i could pick up a brand new sh7 soundbar for £130 on gumtree with the JL warranty included.... works very well paired with my echo dot :)
looks good
HeyPablo
Andboy
HeyPablo
andybarnes
This would make the 65 around £2520? That's a great deal.
Nice. Just bought the 65" B6V for £2,429 using the TV10 code down from £2,699
That code has expired. Only TV related code I'm aware of is the £100 for over £1499.
TV10 was active as of a couple of hours ago when I bought the TV: -http://tinypic.com/r/15s3k80/9

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

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

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

That code has expired. Only TV related code I'm aware of is the £100 for over £1499.
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LG OLED 55B6V TV - £1745.02 @ PRC Direct with 5 year Guarantee and SH7 (using 3% quidco) for £1,798.99

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Best deal I've seen for the last few weeks. Free sound bar and 5 year guarantee as well. Extra 3% off using Quidco. So £1745.02 with quidco discount and you could maybe get £150 for the soundbar which… Read More
Best deal I've seen for the last few weeks. Free sound bar and 5 year guarantee as well. Extra 3% off using Quidco. So £1745.02 with quidco discount and you could maybe get £150 for the soundbar which…
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This was the cheapest at the time you posted it so I don't know why it's cold, but it's back down to £1699 at pretty much all retailers now and some of them even give you the free sh7 sound bar too
If this is getting cold votes, then someone please let me know where I can find it cheaper :)
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OLED55B6V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR OLED TV in Black- £1,775.00 @ Applianceelectronics.

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£1775.00 @ Appliance Electronics
Cheapest as of now, despite being about 1550-1600 mark few weeks ago. Wonder if it'll be worth waiting a bit more. Read More
Cheapest as of now, despite being about 1550-1600 mark few weeks ago. Wonder if it'll be worth waiting a bit more.
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http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/lg-oled55b6v-55-ultra-hd-alliance-premium-with-dolby-vision.html?

The £1799 deal with the sound bar is back up at crampton and moore

Edited By: andywedge on Apr 10, 2017 21:46
I bought one from Reliant Direct last week for £1749.99 delivered using the 'SAVE250' code advertised at the time. So the codes do work. I'd highly recommend Reliant Direct after my experience, they were exceptional.

Paul
You're right.
The £1699 deal was up for a few days but it's down now and replaced with the free sound bar deal.

It's a recurring deal though, it'll probably be back up in a few days.
bilalha123
It's £1699 here http://www.reliantdirect.co.uk/Televisions/OLED/LG-55-OLED55B6V-UHD-Alliance-Premium---Dolby-Vision---HDR10-Floating-design_OLED55B6V.htm
Just use the save300 code that's listed on the page.
It's permanently droppilee from £1999 to £1799 at John Lewis too so I'm hoping there'll be a sale price pretty soon.
Every other retailer should follow suit and drop to 1799 in the meantine anyway.
I couldn't get that save300 code to work for me. The listing also doesn't mention you can use it. Same with save200. The code applies but doesn't affect the amount.

https://i.imgur.com/Jn74l6x.jpg
It's £1699 here
http://www.reliantdirect.co.uk/Televisions/OLED/LG-55-OLED55B6V-UHD-Alliance-Premium---Dolby-Vision---HDR10-Floating-design_OLED55B6V.htm

Just use the save300 code that's listed on the page.

It's permanently droppilee from £1999 to £1799 at John Lewis too so I'm hoping there'll be a sale price pretty soon.
Every other retailer should follow suit and drop to 1799 in the meantine anyway.
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LG OLED55B6V 55" OLED HDR 4K TV - with LG SH7 Soundbar and 5yr warranty @ Crampton & Moore - £1,798.99

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Been looking post this TV for a while now but missed the last sales at around 1500-1700. Best price I've been able to find, but it looks to be starting to drop again. Just make sure you click the t… Read More
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I just checked and you cannot get the 200 pounds off anymore... Seems the offer has been pulled.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-oled55b6v-55-inch-oled-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-smart-tv-1575-poss-1537-51-with-tcb-2606182

I fell the prices would still fall. Keeping fingers crossed .. Think Easter sales would be the time to buy !
bilalha123
Was it ever at 1500 with sound bar?

I was waiting for 1500 but cheapest I saw it was 1620 from curry's but couldn't get rs price match


Said £1500 odd as I couldn't remember exactly. Pretty sure it was sub-£1,600 and obviously last month had Sky Q offer which has now lapsed.
Was it ever at 1500 with sound bar?

I was waiting for 1500 but cheapest I saw it was 1620 from curry's but couldn't get rs price match
dont.mack.me.off
David_e
Still can't get my head round a piece of technology going up in price (since last week or whenever). If it's cheaper than anywhere currently, it's hot - simple as that.
sometimes depends on exchange rate and supply/demand. £ not strong at present.


Indeed but assumed all old stock would have been in the country and paid for at post-Brexit exchange rate. Anyway, £1,500 odd incl Sky Q and soundbar was a bargain!
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OLED55E6V OLED HDR Picture on Glass TV - £2,049.00 @ Reliant Direct

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£2049.00 @ Reliantdirect
looks like a cracking price for an e6. use code stated on website page to get it for this price. considering the b and c6 has recently shot back up to around 1,999 this looks like a great deal. retail… Read More
looks like a cracking price for an e6. use code stated on website page to get it for this price. considering the b and c6 has recently shot back up to around 1,999 this looks like a great deal. retail…
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Claimed my 'free' sky Q deal with the LG promotion today. Still costs £60 set up fee which is not apparent or well signposted at time of purchase.
http://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/media.markselectrical.co.uk/banners/site1/LGOLEDBIG.png

Confusion rules

Edited By: wega3k on Mar 29, 2017 16:58
Take photo of stand, fail to get Sky Q offer, complain to John Lewis claiming full cost of Sky Q. Profit. (lulz)
Odd day/date to end a promotion but shoddy of JL to get it wrong.
David_e
wega3k
sky q offer ends friday, not wednesday
Not according to the LG websitehttps://www.lg.com/uk/skyq/main.html

Ah yeah. The info on the stand in John Lewis yesterday said 31/03.

Edited By: wega3k on Mar 29, 2017 14:08
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LG OLED 65B6V dropped by another £100. Includes 5 yr guarantee, Sky Q & Soundbar and Sub £2,899.00 @ John Lewis

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Has dropped another £100 to £2899. Includes Sky Q for 12 months (albeit a budget version). Includes Soundbar and Wireless Sub 5 year guarantee The new OLEDs (2017) from what I have read are no… Read More
Has dropped another £100 to £2899. Includes Sky Q for 12 months (albeit a budget version). Includes Soundbar and Wireless Sub 5 year guarantee The new OLEDs (2017) from what I have read are no…
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Abit annoyed they only do 55 inch or 65 inch. I want to replace my current 60inch TV but don't want to downgrade the size or go over sized to 65.
if it helps, if your tv is quite old, chances are it'll have a large bezel, my 55" bezel is so large I can get the 65" and it's very close to being exactly the same size as the bezel on these are so small. check the dimensions you might be able to live with it.....

My TV is a Samsung 6200 series which one of their models which is nearly enough bezel less.

Im hoping this year's OLED models will have 60" sizes.
malachi
Abit annoyed they only do 55 inch or 65 inch. I want to replace my current 60inch TV but don't want to downgrade the size or go over sized to 65.
if it helps, if your tv is quite old, chances are it'll have a large bezel, my 55" bezel is so large I can get the 65" and it's very close to being exactly the same size as the bezel on these are so small. check the dimensions you might be able to live with it.....
Nut82uk
You have to be a complete idiot to pay this much for a 65" TV.
I own a Hisense 4K 65" set, paid £765.00 with a five year warranty. It's an amazing TV and knocks the socks off the 50" Panasonic GT series plasma it replaced.
This Lucky Goldstar OLED is undoubtedly better than the Hisense, but £2,135 better? No chance.

Thanks Nut82UK for your comments.

Your comments suggest that you have bought a TV of the same size and compared it with a 50 inch TV and it "knocks the socks of it". Therefore that means that the TV in this deal is not £2,135 better than the one that you have purchased.

You are either some kind of genius or you are in fact correct that I am an idiot.

Edited By: bob_regis on Mar 20, 2017 09:57
ashmac
Kanedaaaaaa
I'm pretty sure Nut82uk was being sarcastic. At least, I hope he was.


Think he's drunk


Drunk on Smirnoff or grey goose
Kanedaaaaaa
I'm pretty sure Nut82uk was being sarcastic. At least, I hope he was.


Think he's drunk
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LG 55eg910v OLED TV non-4k £999.00 with 6 yr warranty after FLASH200 voucher code @ Richers Sounds

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Very good LG OLED TV non-4k with 6 yr waranty. Best price I have seen it for recently. Think the code is only valid to March 20th. Personally I am hoping it drops to £900 or under though with the r… Read More
Very good LG OLED TV non-4k with 6 yr waranty. Best price I have seen it for recently. Think the code is only valid to March 20th. Personally I am hoping it drops to £900 or under though with the r…
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the deal is back, very tempted>> this or the Samsung 7000 ?
afroylnt
f1refox
afroylnt
f1refox
Tbh for this price I would go LED something like a Samsung KS7000 you get a lot more for your money. The limited brightness on these early OLED screens can be a pain in bright rooms...
It has a standard led/lcd back light which is pretty poor when spending over £600; so its poor for watching dark scenes. Do you want to watch the Dark Knight or the Grey Knight?
The KS7000 handles dark scenes very well the blacks are black.... I had this OLED and now a KS7000 and would happily choose the KS7000 over this.
Hopefully the price of the newer OLEDS will keep coming down.
KS7000 has a known poor backlight. Depends what you want; I had a plasma and can't face going back to a poor backlight.

Totally agree. OLED>Plasma>LED>LCD.
ramiuk1
afroylnt
ramiuk1
better tvs imo.
new range of tvs are coming out in next 2 weeks so i wouldnt get this because other 4 k tvs will drop ,specially with most newer ones coming with hdr10
Allot of the new TVs will be highly priced, so does depend how much you want to pay and whether you need 4k or not. Not much HDR material around either again unless you want to extra pay for it.
they wont be too highly priced and i would prefer to have new that old old which this is.
i would prefer this tbh and for slighly more the 8500http://www.richersounds.com/package/tv/tv---all/pah013322
i just dont buy into cheap old old tech and tbh £1000 is still alot of money for a 1080p set regardless of the fact its oled(1st gen oled too isnt it?)

I'd say the 2015's are something like 3rd gen OLED. Something like the EC930 is second gen and before that, there is another TV which was crazy £ when it came out.
f1refox
afroylnt
f1refox
afroylnt
f1refox
Tbh for this price I would go LED something like a Samsung KS7000 you get a lot more for your money. The limited brightness on these early OLED screens can be a pain in bright rooms...
It has a standard led/lcd back light which is pretty poor when spending over £600; so its poor for watching dark scenes. Do you want to watch the Dark Knight or the Grey Knight?
The KS7000 handles dark scenes very well the blacks are black.... I had this OLED and now a KS7000 and would happily choose the KS7000 over this.
Hopefully the price of the newer OLEDS will keep coming down.
KS7000 has a known poor backlight. Depends what you want; I had a plasma and can't face going back to a poor backlight.
Nothing wrong with mine or anyone else I know that has them. Biggest issue was loose back panels.
They use old backlight technology compared to OLEDs; did you check the backlight when displaying a pure dark screen? this shows up the issues with LCD / LED non FALD screens very well. However if you don't watch many films then it may not bother you as much. Each to their own.
f1refox

The KS7000 handles dark scenes very well the blacks are black.... I had this OLED and now a KS7000 and would happily choose the KS7000 over this.
Hopefully the price of the newer OLEDS will keep coming down.

^ This.
Was in the same position last week. Spent an hour with these two sets. Both have their positives and negatives. Went with the KS7000 and am very happy indeed.
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Think its the cheapest oled around??? LG 55EG960V Curved 4K Ultra HD OLED 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD, Built-In Wi-Fi, Harman/kardon Audio & 2x 3D Glasses
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stephenashforth
zzak
mattbrownie
EndlessWaves
mattbrownie
You'll never get an OLED tv for this price. Its not in stock and if it comes back in stock they'll say its an error. :(
The EG910 has been done to £950 at several times and places so it's not particularly implausible.
Shame there isn't the stock though.
And..............................................
And...... 'its not particularly implausible'
Yes, but this was an OLED 4k so totally implausible at this price.

Does seem to be, "too good to be true."
zzak
mattbrownie
EndlessWaves
mattbrownie
You'll never get an OLED tv for this price. Its not in stock and if it comes back in stock they'll say its an error. :(
The EG910 has been done to £950 at several times and places so it's not particularly implausible.
Shame there isn't the stock though.
And..............................................
And...... 'its not particularly implausible'

Yes, but this was an OLED 4k so totally implausible at this price.
tempt
Keep refreshing, it'll come back on stock sporadically. I just grabbed one. Cheers OP.
Yeh, sure you did! Pmsl
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You'll never get an OLED tv for this price. Its not in stock and if it comes back in stock they'll say its an error. :(
The EG910 has been done to £950 at several times and places so it's not particularly implausible.
Shame there isn't the stock though.
And..............................................


And...... 'its not particularly implausible'

Edited By: zzak on Mar 19, 2017 09:22: .
Only managed to get 5..
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Richer sounds will price match online companies and I got mine for 1779 as they price matched https://www.hificonfidential.co.uk/lg-oled55b6v-55-hdr-with-dolby-vision-oled-tv-free-5yg?language=en¤cy=GBP&gclid=CjwKEAjwwcjGBRDj-P7TwcinyBkSJADymblTJfQ98GS0Su0vzyIN2Uu7IGPXzQyLF83XnUu5UPXJkxoC5Yrw_wcB and then give you an extra 20 cheaper for their price beat promo.https://www.richersounds.com/information/pricebeat
Plus you get the 6 year warranty ... happy days :)
Made up for you - in before the free sky q deal expires as well.... very happy days!
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pukenukem
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I was going to buy this on Friday (payday), typical the price has shot back up, any chance this'll come back down?
It will, but you'll have to remain patient
Some people are predicting that, as the new 2017 models are going to be priced above £3000, the price for the B6 might actually increase. Do you think that is likely as I am also hoping to buy the B6 if the prices drop?
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I was going to buy this on Friday (payday), typical the price has shot back up, any chance this'll come back down?
It will, but you'll have to remain patient
Some people are predicting that, as the new 2017 models are going to be priced above £3000, the price for the B6 might actually increase. Do you think that is likely as I am also hoping to buy the B6 if the prices drop?
If I'm being completely honest, your guess will be as good as mine. That said, oled is rare in that it's dominated by LG, perhaps someone can confirm but I'm fairly sure they're the only makers of oled panels right now, that includes those panels going into competitors TVs too I believe. So it makes the pricing oddly resilient..for now. My old man bought his 55inch oled 1080p couple of years back, it's now half the price he paid so things still drop price. While oled acts a little different in cost, there's no reason to believe it won't come down, be it slower. You will have an epic oled, just hang there and hopefully the price drop will come very soon. ☺️[/q
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[quote=LozBlake15] I was going to buy this on Friday (payday), typical the price has shot back up, any chance this'll come back down?
It will, but you'll have to remain patient
Some people are predicting that, as the new 2017 models are going to be priced above £3000, the price for the B6 might actually increase. Do you think that is likely as I am also hoping to buy the B6 if the prices drop?
niceguyrick
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I was going to buy this on Friday (payday), typical the price has shot back up, any chance this'll come back down?
It will, but you'll have to remain patient
Some people are predicting that, as the new 2017 models are going to be priced above £3000, the price for the B6 might actually increase. Do you think that is likely as I am also hoping to buy the B6 if the prices drop?
If I'm being completely honest, your guess will be as good as mine. That said, oled is rare in that it's dominated by LG, perhaps someone can confirm but I'm fairly sure they're the only makers of oled panels right now, that includes those panels going into competitors TVs too I believe. So it makes the pricing oddly resilient..for now. My old man bought his 55inch oled 1080p couple of years back, it's now half the price he paid so things still drop price. While oled acts a little different in cost, there's no reason to believe it won't come down, be it slower. You will have an epic oled, just hang there and hopefully the price drop will come very soon. ☺️
Thanks very much for that. Hopefully sonicdeathmonkey is right and Easter sales will see the reductions we've been waiting for
Guys hold off buying this TV - They have put the price up to 1999 for a brief period to make the Easter sales look better.

Was £1999 now £1699. £300 off sounds better than £50 off doesn't it. I reckon first week in April this is finally going to hit the magic £1500 mark. The crappy free sound bar deal will be over and they will have to make real price reductions.....
Update - you can get this deal from Argos using the TV10 code for £1799 - but only standard warranty which is a deal breaker for me :(
Should we expire this? I'm really annoyed I didn't get this deal. I tried it on at currys and RS and they were having none of it. You can't get this bundle for less than 1999 now - that's the price everywhere. If someone can find me it at 1699 I will buy you a pint!!
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Still waiting for it to hit this price from John Lewis or Richer Sounds.

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

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


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


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


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

Get it quick! :D
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Just forget you ordered it, then it's a nice surprise when it turns up.
My order was despatched on the 16th March and I am still waiting.
Still waiting for mine, for me it' normally two weeks wait for anything from China, it's over three now wait for this and counting....
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I ordered one on 11/03 and the second one on 15/03 and still received nothing
I've got mine. Ordered 15th received on 28th. Probably depends on postal service but I'd chase the first order up as it's been 20 days.


I an going away tomorrow and coming back next thursday. If none of them arrives then I will contact them. I will never ever order from them thats for sure
I got mine but it's not working :(
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New firmware has been released for the B6V (04.31.10), I had to download and install it manually via USB but it's straightforward (format USB to NTFS or FAT32, create a folder called LG_DTV and copy the contents of the zip file into it).

Here's a link: http://www.lg.com/uk/support/support-product/lg-OLED55B6V

Edited By: MBeeching on Apr 08, 2017 08:16
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MBeeching
Prices have skyrocketed in the last 24hrs, most retailers have increased to £1999, stocks must be running out!
Slightly gutted as last night I found it for £1529 on AO, I was planning to go to Currys to get £70 back on their 7 day price promise.
Nothing to do with stocks running out just prices go up before the Easter sales begin
this deal expired ur oled deals cold so come back before easter

Edited By: discoman2016 on Mar 22, 2017 23:34
MBeeching
Prices have skyrocketed in the last 24hrs, most retailers have increased to £1999, stocks must be running out!
Slightly gutted as last night I found it for £1529 on AO, I was planning to go to Currys to get £70 back on their 7 day price promise.
Nothing to do with stocks running out just prices go up before the Easter sales begin
David_e
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MBeeching
Prices have skyrocketed in the last 24hrs, most retailers have increased to £1999, stocks must be running out!
Slightly gutted as last night I found it for £1529 on AO, I was planning to go to Currys to get £70 back on their 7 day price promise.
Wow! Didn't see that one coming. Very strange.
my deal was live for over 1 week till yesterday but this deal was mega http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-oled55b6v-oled-hdr-4k-lg-sh7-sound-bar-1yr-free-sky-q-via-redemption-1699-john-2639002
Yes. Just can't work out why they suddenly put prices back to pre-Christmas levels when we (well I) assumed they were shifting old stock for the new models. If I'd wanted one at £2k, I'd have got myself one for Christmas. (OK that ignores sound bar offer - or have they binned that too? - but I don't want a sound bar!)
was this price 5 weeks before soundbar deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/argos-lg-oled55b6v-55inch-ultra-hd-smart-oled-tv-1574-10-argos-2614651 so only £45 cheaper without soundbar
discoman2016
David_e
MBeeching
Prices have skyrocketed in the last 24hrs, most retailers have increased to £1999, stocks must be running out!
Slightly gutted as last night I found it for £1529 on AO, I was planning to go to Currys to get £70 back on their 7 day price promise.
Wow! Didn't see that one coming. Very strange.
my deal was live for over 1 week till yesterday but this deal was mega http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-oled55b6v-oled-hdr-4k-lg-sh7-sound-bar-1yr-free-sky-q-via-redemption-1699-john-2639002


Yes. Just can't work out why they suddenly put prices back to pre-Christmas levels when we (well I) assumed they were shifting old stock for the new models. If I'd wanted one at £2k, I'd have got myself one for Christmas. (OK that ignores sound bar offer - or have they binned that too? - but I don't want a sound bar!)

Edited By: David_e on Mar 22, 2017 23:08: Typo
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Not sure who went first, but same price at RichersSounds. JL have also now price matched. I 'did' have one reserved in Currys Guildford. Got to store after online chat/support said they would honour the extra £100 off and they refused to. RicherSounds have one in store with my name on it and I'll get a 6 year warranty with them.

Lost out on £25 quidco, but 1 year extra warranty is worth that.

25 month interest-free on purchases on my new credit card - result.
Good price for this model. Heat given as Currys are the first to take the plunge. You really wouldn't spend this much money without a 5 year guarantee though....
you_gotta_be_kidding
Such a shame manufacturers dumped 3D this year, when I read that on the news a month ago I went straight to currys and bought an LG 55" 4K 3D (LG 55UH850V) for £849. I would have liked Oled but I couldn't bring myself to spend £2k on a TV.
I reckon buying the last stock of 3D tv's that are 4K will help retain their value quite a bit.There's a lot of folk out there that hate 3D but there's a hell of a lot (like me) who love it.

Totally agree.

I went for the C6 and the 3D is the best I've seen. Tempted to buy another to just sit there for 10 years for when the first breaks down.
tomthegingercat
Good price for the E6 but I hope the 65 inch comes down in price before I'm tempted


You can but dream....

Can't see the 65" getting near to £2500 never mind £2000.
"Sorry, this product is no longer in stock but we're expecting more soon"
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C6 has 3d, b6 doesn't, plus different processor, and seems to get priority over the b6 for firmware updates if the recent gaming mode is anything to go buy.

I said to myself last week if the c6 dropped below £1700 before summer I'd get one, wasn't expecting that to happen so soon... I've just bought an electric bike, annoyed as I would have gone for this instead of I had seen it 5 hours ago.

Wonder if richer sounds will price match the £1699.

Why is this so cold?!? It's an astonishing price, the newer oled sets might go brighter and have less noise in dark images but you lose 3d, which looks spectacular on this set. If 3d was launched now with this as the flag bearer it would have taken off massively.
2017 models have started to be shipped in. Still needs to come down a bit more before I bite
Negative for Curved, they are so last year :D
Soundbar out of stock for delivery for me :(
I paid this a few months ago without the sound bar and its worth every penny. The curve maybe just a gimmick but the 3D, (and even the fake 3D in cinema mode,) is awesome.
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65M7000 £1099 6 years Guarantee
Zgemma Star H.2S £80
Full HD Gift 12 months £30
Total = £1209
Keep the rest in your bank.
Very cold.


haven't quite worked out how this website works have you? you vote hot or cold if you can get the same product cheaper elsewhere, what you don't do is vote cold because in you opinion you can have a different (inferior) product for less money.

its about the specific product for the best price, hot if you can't get it cheaper anywhere else, cold if you can.

hope that helps.

I know your trying to be helpful and that's good, but follow the guidelines please when voting.
shariifi
65M7000 £1099 6 years Guarantee
Zgemma Star H.2S £80
Full HD Gift 12 months £30
Total = £1209
Keep the rest in your bank.

Very cold.


2 different leagues of to mate OLED destroys anything LCD
65M7000 £1099 6 years Guarantee
Zgemma Star H.2S £80
Full HD Gift 12 months £30
Total = £1209
Keep the rest in your bank.

Very cold.
When it loses a grand I think I will pull the trigger, don't need a sound bar and don't want Sky Q
bob_regis
brigtondoc
You can get it here for a bit cheaper+ £200 cashback if you don't want the soundbar.+ a 7 year warranty.Here
George
Wow. That is a really good deal, 7 year warranty and £200!
I will check out the retailer to see if any other reviews.
How did you find this as couldn't find in google shopping?

By hanging around avforums.

Keep your eye out on this thread.

https://www.avforums.com/threads/oled-price-changes.1992195/page-99#post-24786642

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I'd wait at this point - we've seen this as low as £1560 (off the top of my head) and with new TVs just around the corner.
The issue with this is that there aren't piles and piles of stock hanging around, when i bought mine the manufacture date was the month beforehand, these will be the last batch of stock and you won't see a fire sale like you maybe would with other stuff, grab it now while they are still there!
I argree ordered from currys over 10 days ago they don't have stock it was a back order still waiting for it to be delivered i assume this is the last stock before the new LG oled's come out
Yeah, there is limited stock left and the new ones other than being webos 3.5 and altered design, aren't much different at all, even has the same realtek chipset apparently and the same panel... but no doubt will cost a lot more.
Are the 2016 oleds getting the web so 3.5 update? I know they come with 3.0
Not sure, it's doubtful though. Most of it is hardware, quicker menus etc.
TBH, webos 3.5 offers nothing software wise over 3.0 that i would use or need
i see, can you tell me if this tv has the game HDR modeupdate yet in the uk?
Not yet, its due next month according to LG announcements
Thanks for replying, have you been games on this tv? any issues? I normally play my games on a 32inch Sony with very low input lag of 13ms was think of making a change to this tv
I play games frequently, online and offline. HDR and non HDR, never noticed any issues at all, i think too much of a fuss is made of input lag. Human processing time is much slower
So march is the update for HDR game mode in the uk? Wonder why it's taking so long USA had it ages ago


US version has issues, thats why


They've now released the newer version to U.S that's fixed the screen tearing it's all fixed now but EU still waiting haven't updated for 3 moths hopefully UK get this update soon
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I'd wait at this point - we've seen this as low as £1560 (off the top of my head) and with new TVs just around the corner.
The issue with this is that there aren't piles and piles of stock hanging around, when i bought mine the manufacture date was the month beforehand, these will be the last batch of stock and you won't see a fire sale like you maybe would with other stuff, grab it now while they are still there!
I argree ordered from currys over 10 days ago they don't have stock it was a back order still waiting for it to be delivered i assume this is the last stock before the new LG oled's come out
Yeah, there is limited stock left and the new ones other than being webos 3.5 and altered design, aren't much different at all, even has the same realtek chipset apparently and the same panel... but no doubt will cost a lot more.
Are the 2016 oleds getting the web so 3.5 update? I know they come with 3.0
Not sure, it's doubtful though. Most of it is hardware, quicker menus etc.
TBH, webos 3.5 offers nothing software wise over 3.0 that i would use or need
i see, can you tell me if this tv has the game HDR modeupdate yet in the uk?
Not yet, its due next month according to LG announcements
Thanks for replying, have you been games on this tv? any issues? I normally play my games on a 32inch Sony with very low input lag of 13ms was think of making a change to this tv
I play games frequently, online and offline. HDR and non HDR, never noticed any issues at all, i think too much of a fuss is made of input lag. Human processing time is much slower
So march is the update for HDR game mode in the uk? Wonder why it's taking so long USA had it ages ago


US version has issues, thats why
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I'd wait at this point - we've seen this as low as £1560 (off the top of my head) and with new TVs just around the corner.
The issue with this is that there aren't piles and piles of stock hanging around, when i bought mine the manufacture date was the month beforehand, these will be the last batch of stock and you won't see a fire sale like you maybe would with other stuff, grab it now while they are still there!
I argree ordered from currys over 10 days ago they don't have stock it was a back order still waiting for it to be delivered i assume this is the last stock before the new LG oled's come out
Yeah, there is limited stock left and the new ones other than being webos 3.5 and altered design, aren't much different at all, even has the same realtek chipset apparently and the same panel... but no doubt will cost a lot more.
Are the 2016 oleds getting the web so 3.5 update? I know they come with 3.0
Not sure, it's doubtful though. Most of it is hardware, quicker menus etc.
TBH, webos 3.5 offers nothing software wise over 3.0 that i would use or need
i see, can you tell me if this tv has the game HDR modeupdate yet in the uk?
Not yet, its due next month according to LG announcements
Thanks for replying, have you been games on this tv? any issues? I normally play my games on a 32inch Sony with very low input lag of 13ms was think of making a change to this tv

I play games frequently, online and offline. HDR and non HDR, never noticed any issues at all, i think too much of a fuss is made of input lag. Human processing time is much slower


So march is the update for HDR game mode in the uk? Wonder why it's taking so long USA had it ages ago
Kanedaaaaaa
I'll take my chances and wait until the soundbar deal ends. There are always a few sets left knocking about.
This...

I hope the price drops back to £1560 - which is what I saw it at too.... otherwise I'll be waiting for the b7 - btw, regarding stock, I'm not sure if these are the last of the b6 stocks, the b7 isn't due for release until the summer I read somewhere, the w7 (the mega expensive wallpaper tv) is due out in march, but not the other models. If someone finds a deal please post it - I check HukD pretty much daily for OLEDs.
I'll take my chances and wait until the soundbar deal ends. There are always a few sets left knocking about.
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How would this compare to a Samsung PS51E6500 Plasma?

Is it a significant step or am I still on the curve and need to wait a little longer?
good to go.


Edited By: encaser on Feb 26, 2017 22:20: offer back on
tak786
does the code work for anyone?
No, code is accepted but doesn't show in the total.
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does the code work for anyone?
Standard code for all.
does the code work for anyone?
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If you have the money buy it, if you don't just wait this will be £1000 come this Black Friday!
IT WONT be around by then
paulrwarner
If you have the money buy it, if you don't just wait this will be £1000 come this Black Friday!


It'll be discontinued before Black Friday as the new models are out April time.
The 910v 1080p from 2 years ago is still £1000+
If you have the money buy it, if you don't just wait this will be £1000 come this Black Friday!
Some guy on av forums said this offer expires just before Easter - hopefully be back down in Easter sales.... there's a like new one for £1650 on Amazon warehouse. No warranty I think. There was two yesterday and I've ordered one. Will probably return it if JL or RS do better deal next 28 days
Is this a bloody conspiracy...... you can't claim the sound bar is free then jack up the price by £250 to £1999 which just so happens to be the rough price of the sound bar......
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Yep it is in pretty bad nick if its the same one i went there to try to repair a couple of weeks ago. How they could accept a customer return back in that condition is beyond me.

Might have been a return due to the crack. Having followed the threads on AVForums, some peoples boxes have turned up in pretty poor condition. Although I think those were all from Currys.


Edited By: Mentos on Feb 18, 2017 20:35
"Apparently there is a 65" version as well."

Is that also cracked? And what was the price on the 65"?
Apparently their 5 year guarantee won't include the screen!
admando
Ok I just asked my dad and I quote:
Yeah. Thanks for the tip but it didn't look very safe. The crack was only about nine inches across the top left corner of the support glass at the rear of the screen. But I didn't think it was worth the gamble. Annoying, they wouldn't send me a picture or tell me over the phone where the damage was.
I guess they want it sold so not being very helpful remotely. Very unlike JL as you say.
Thanks for the reply. I hope to get up there to see it myself but in the mean time I am ending this thread although at -316 degrees and counting it's pretty much dead already LoL.
Ok I just asked my dad and I quote:

Yeah. Thanks for the tip but it didn't look very safe. The crack was only about nine inches across the top left corner of the support glass at the rear of the screen. But I didn't think it was worth the gamble. Annoying, they wouldn't send me a picture or tell me over the phone where the damage was.


I guess they want it sold so not being very helpful remotely. Very unlike JL as you say.
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Would have probably jumped at this price if they hadn't dropped the 3D from this model (and all 2017 models) :(
discoman2016
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think
Still got my Panasonic plasma, people comment on the great picture.... also plays PS4 games perfectly...still waiting for something better
4k hdr is it that plasma?
deal expired why u comment week after! me see u no post deals just COMMENT?
and?
hukd_addict
think
Still got my Panasonic plasma, people comment on the great picture.... also plays PS4 games perfectly...still waiting for something better
4k hdr is it that plasma?
deal expired why u comment week after! me see u no post deals just COMMENT?
luvclub
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I know their name is a bit of a swear word on this site but Currys and PC World are matching this with promo code 10TV299 (expires 15th Feb)

Thanks for the Currys 10% code.

I noticed that the code didn't work for the 65C6V that I had wanted but if I ordered the 55B6V in the same order it would deduct 10% off the total order price.

Luckily the 65C6V is in stock for delivery this weekend and the 55B6V is back-ordered. Will cancel the 55B6V once the 65C6V is delivered for £2519 :D

Was always hoping to get a 65 inch TV or any Oled from Amazon Warehouse Deals but never saw any. Finally decided to get the C6 as I understand it is one of the last 3D OLEDs which appear to offer the best 3d experience.

hows the 65c6 then?? good?? best of both worlds, 65" and lgs own chipset instead of the realtek on the b6
think
Still got my Panasonic plasma, people comment on the great picture.... also plays PS4 games perfectly...still waiting for something better
4k hdr is it that plasma?
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it's going doooooown slooooowly
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Never heard of these lot are they legit ?
have you ever tried to post a deal on HUKD? they reject everything apart from their affiliate approved partners. so they are fine, as they are allowed and HUKD don't want to harm their brand.
Harming their brand, oh, I thought it was who paid.
Cheaper at ShopTo;

http://www.shopto.net/electronics/lg/MCP99547745-lg-55b6v-55-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-wifi-black-led-tv

Personally I think it is worth paying extra from John Leiws/Richer Sounds etc for the 5-6 year warranties on offer. I intend on picking up this TV once it hits sub £1200, hopefully in April/May.
Super hot price for what sounds to be a great TV. I'd personally be nervous buying from such a small company but hot on price.
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Warranty?


Warranty comes direct from the manufacturer.
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Just a heads up - This had expired but Crampton and Moore are currently offering £120 off making it £1628.99. John Lewis were able to price match over live chat provided you place the order over the phone.
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Look what I found at CES 2017, Sony are rejoining the competition. No more LG monopolistic pricing for OLED. http://i.imgur.com/Z7pmmxF.jpg
True, but you do know the panels will be produced by LG.
Now I may be wrong but I'm pretty sure Sony were the first to release OLED and they made the screen themselves.
Sony did produce the first OLED TV back in 2008. It was a fabulously expensive $2,500 for a low res 11" screen. I don't think that there were any follow up consumer sets. Sony still produce professional OLED monitors - the largest of which is 30". You can get the Sony BVM-X300 for about £30,000 or opt for the "budget" PVM version for only £20,000.

So far LG are the only company that seem to have cracked the problem of how to make large screen OLEDs at "affordable" prices.

The panels in the 55" and 65" Sony OLED are indeed made by LG Display. The same applies to the upcoming Panasonic OLEDs.

That shouldn't be too much of a surprise as neither Sony or Panasonic are one of the big display screen manufacturers (such as LG, Samsung and Hisense) and buy in all of their LCD screens too.


LG didn't crack it, Kodak did. LG bought the Kodaks OLED unit which included WRGB filter for OLED rights. This allows them to achieve much better yields.

LG are miles ahead in OLED, such a canny purchase by them.
sinxa
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Look what I found at CES 2017, Sony are rejoining the competition. No more LG monopolistic pricing for OLED. http://i.imgur.com/Z7pmmxF.jpg
True, but you do know the panels will be produced by LG.
Now I may be wrong but I'm pretty sure Sony were the first to release OLED and they made the screen themselves.
Sony did produce the first OLED TV back in 2008. It was a fabulously expensive $2,500 for a low res 11" screen. I don't think that there were any follow up consumer sets. Sony still produce professional OLED monitors - the largest of which is 30". You can get the Sony BVM-X300 for about £30,000 or opt for the "budget" PVM version for only £20,000.

So far LG are the only company that seem to have cracked the problem of how to make large screen OLEDs at "affordable" prices.

The panels in the 55" and 65" Sony OLED are indeed made by LG Display. The same applies to the upcoming Panasonic OLEDs.

That shouldn't be too much of a surprise as neither Sony or Panasonic are one of the big display screen manufacturers (such as LG, Samsung and Hisense) and buy in all of their LCD screens too.
mattoligy
In the pics of the back of this TV the mounting points are at the lower thicker portion of the set! If they were indeed at the slimmer top portion it wouldn't be as much of a problem for me but counting the thickness of a bracket on top of the thickness of the lower part of the TV makes it protrude that much more from the wall, which is not what one would expect from a TV in this price range!
As a side note it's not looking good for HDR Game mode...http://i.imgur.com/UVhtaCe.png

LG have given a different response every time someone asks about it, so i would take that with a grain of salt. What is pretty clear is that the guys on the 'Help Desk' don't really know :D

The fact is, there is another fix in the pipeline for a sound buzzing issue, furthermore the HDR update in US has a bug.

a new firmware with all the above fixes and the HDR game mode is more likely

LG are no doubt bored of everyone contacting them about it, but there is no doubt it is coming, it's possible to install the US version with some jiggery pokery with files if you really were that impatient, but why bother when there is another bug fix on the way!

And yeah i just looked at the wallmount, and it is attached to the part you said... but its pretty impossible to attach a wallmount to the thin part as there is nowhere for the screws to go!

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Feb 08, 2017 21:37: a
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I just saw this compared to the KS7000 and this TV is really unremarkable....
It has high latency so it sucks for gaming, it has image retention so you cannot use it as a monitor, it's grey uniformity sucks, the colour gamut is less than the KS7000.....
The only thing it has it beat in is black levels, but I've owned a KS7000 and black is black, unless you turn it up to 20 brightness in the settings and turn off all lights.. which never happens, just let the TV automatically do it.
That said I sent my KS7000 back because I was unhappy with the 20ms of latency, which is still a hell of a lot better than this OLED which is 50+...
I just went back to monitors, I dunno how people put up with latency, my Monitor has a combined figure of 4ms lol.
Clueless..... troll post.
This TV does not suffer from image retention, even if you turn off the pixel shift feature the TV dims considerably when no motion is detected.
Oh, and LG B6 has a new update for HDR game mode which halves the latency
P.S if you were losing a lot when gaming, it's probably because you suck and not due to any latency.
Talking about grey uniformity, (or DSE) the KS7000 is amongst the worse! - so you HAVE to be joking here.
DId you enjoy your crushed blacks, crushed whites and inferior image quality on your 'on a budget and can't afford a real 4k TV' Samsung KS7000?? :D
In the US the LG B6 has an update that reduces HDR latency, not in the U.K. though right!?
EDIT: Just found my deal breaker... This TV looks like a terrible set to be wall mounted, which is essential for me! Ok yeah it's incredibly thin at the top, but what is the point in that when the bottom is as thick as a plasma? My five year old Samsung LED is thinner than the B6 :|
Terrible design in my opinion, and one that has been addressed in the new models coming next month. And what's with the B rating energy efficiency, this is a 2016 TV is it not, or am I missing something?
Sorry but after digging a little deeper this TV is looking more and more like an early adopters set. Lag, Judder, Stutter, Image Retention, Bad Efficiency, Low Brightness, Bad design for mounting, Expensive.
Don't want to upset or offend current owners and yes the picture quality is arguably the main consideration and this TV looks amazing in that department, but as a prospective buyer I have to weigh it all up.
Guess I'll be waiting a few years after all oO
It's fine wall mounted, the same as my previous Samsung UE55D8000 with regards to the gap from the wall and the TV, and the samsung was thin all over.....plus the mounting bracket actually attaches to the slim part of this TV. Unless using a very low profile wall mount would that be an issue.
The TV is this thicker at the bottom due to Harmon Kardon 40w speakers
The TV energy ratings have changed over the years, and OLED will use more power then a TV which is illuminated just by the edges, obviously. But it's stil pretty low consumption
My set has no judder, stutter or image retention, and is eye wateringly bright, it's too bright for me and i have to hit the OLED lighting down to around 60/100. Samsung would have you believe that more nits equals better picture, only fools believe this.
Early adopters?? OLED is a few years old now.... :D:D
I think you have been reading problems from people who had faulty sets, or using Store Mode settings
You can google ANY TV and find people with issues
Expensive, you get what you pay for, miles ahead in image quality from anything else.
With respect, you don't know what you're talking about.
I probably don't lol, but there's one thing I am sure of... common sense. To make a TV super slim (at the top) and brag as much, only to have it as thick as any other set at the bottom, is a little silly tbh. Why bother.
I would think it makes much more sense to leave the speakers off of the main TV, especially considering a lot of people use surround sound set ups or sound bars anyway!? Sacrifice profile for rear firing speakers that will never provide the best sound anyway oO

Who has been bragging about how slim it is?

Not sure about you, but i don't care how slim the TV is, what matters most is the picture quality.

As i said, the wallmount fixes to the slim part of the TV, if that wasn't the case then i could see an issue but as it stands the TV is mounted pretty close to the wall for my liking and i certainly wouldn't need it any closer.

I think you may be forgetting this is an ENTRY LEVEL OLED model?? most people who opt for this are the same who complain about the sound being poor, the threads i could link to on here are endless! LG have simply catered for the masses. If you want a slimmer TV try the next model up!


In the pics of the back of this TV the mounting points are at the lower thicker portion of the set! If they were indeed at the slimmer top portion it wouldn't be as much of a problem for me but counting the thickness of a bracket on top of the thickness of the lower part of the TV makes it protrude that much more from the wall, which is not what one would expect from a TV in this price range!

As a side note it's not looking good for HDR Game mode...
http://i.imgur.com/UVhtaCe.png

Edited By: mattoligy on Feb 08, 2017 20:46: Typo
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thanks I didn't see it
Already posted.
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I've just got the C6 and to be quite honest, I think the whole HDR thing is not worth paying for. I've watched Grand Tour in HDR10 and Bosch in Dolby Vision and they do look a touch better. Would I pay £100's more for HDR10 or DV, No chance. All this talk of brightness and nit levels is marketing, as in the real world, shining a bright light into your eyes just makes your eyes tired more quickly. You then go to bed and can't sleep properly.

However, the money I've spent was worth it as my C6 is pretty much flawless. Great viewing angles, no issues with backlights, lightbleed, dirty screen effect, image retention, banding......i.e. all the problems with LCD, LED and Plasma. The real cherry on the cake for the 2015 & 2016 TV's (except the B6,) is the 3D. It's what it should have been when they first released it in 2011. Even the fake 2D to 3D conversion, (in cinema mode,) is great.
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it comes down to whether the extra £450 is worth it for Dolby Vision, HLG (broadcast HDR confirmed to be coming via update, a pretty big deal), far increased brightness, 34ms hdr gaming (I'm assuming these 2015 models didn't get that), NO vignetting/near black problems and full 10 bit processing near black, LG's excellent 'hdr effect' preset is brilliant and not often talked about - it's their simulated HDR (not on 2015 model)
as an owner of 2015 and now the 2016 model I would urge you strongly to pay the extra £450 it's well worth it (get the LG C6 over the B6 - improved chipset & 3D). Both exceptional viewing experiences though and trounce any LCD on the planet due to range of contrast - the part that most reviewers seem to leave out when talking about Ultra HD Premium/HDR
I seriously want everything in Dolby Vision
wifi300usb you are correct but LG are now upgrading the HDMI boards in owners TV's under warranty.https://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-eg960v-owners-and-discussion-thread.1948687/page-325
As these TV's are brand new they may possibly be already have the new board.
Dolby Vision is a branding exercise that is so vague as to have anything from 600 so called nits of brightness all the way up to 4000nits which no TV can currently reproduce. Even Dolby Cinemas get away with lower than 600nits of brightness so I don't care much for that. Just like the good old THX branding, a lot of people were willing to pay for that and a lot of money changed hands for not really major benefits. If Dolby Vision is important you should be looking at Samsung which offers the most nits but I'm not interested in old array backlighting which I currently already have had for the past 10 years. The LG B6 models may sport Dolby Vision or higher brightness levels but they lost a 3D polarised screen and cheaper lower powered processors are used, ie a budget cut down version of the Signature range which includes 3D by the way. You have to way these things up and demo for yourself. I can cancel my order now no problem but I won't because the TV has the features I want at the price I'm happy with and no more.
Dolby Vision isn't about max brightness, it is about how HDR filmed content is mapped to each displays capabilities. For example, if a film was mastered with a max brightness of 4000 nits and the TV only has a max brightness of 600 nits, you want the TV to find a way of squeezing the full detail up to 4000 nits to its capability. That means doing something called tone mapping. Dolby Vision has a great approach to tone mapping which means that DV content always appears consistent across different TVs.
HDR10 is the open source competitor to DV. The tone mapping is currently left to each TV manufacturer and is wildly inconsistent between them resulting in some very different images between displays. HDR10 has a lot of catching up to do and could do with standardisation between manufacturers.
At the moment then only mainstream TVs with DV in this country are LGs. Definitely not Samsung. Dolby need to get Sony and Samsung on board to gain traction, but if they do, it will surely become the standard HDR format.https://www.avforums.com/review/lg-55eg960v-eg9600-oled-uhd-4k-review.11301

thanks yes I try not to get too lost in the numbers but I do a lot of research before a big purchase and after learning that these LG's are not tone mapping HDR10 correctly it suddenly makes DV much more important plus Sony are now onboard with DV HDR as well as Hisense this is confirmed. Samsung are holding out but there's a little more pressure now for sure and it cannot be added in via firmware

Just personally OLED tv's in reality look hundreds of times better in picture quality but don't cost that much more. It still blows me away to this day how lucky we are to be blessed with such a huge leap from LCD TV's. When you're not outside appreciating nature you can see a pretty damn good representation on OLED tv's, I cannot say the same for the competition
wifi300usb
it comes down to whether the extra £450 is worth it for Dolby Vision, HLG (broadcast HDR confirmed to be coming via update, a pretty big deal), far increased brightness, 34ms hdr gaming (I'm assuming these 2015 models didn't get that), NO vignetting/near black problems and full 10 bit processing near black, LG's excellent 'hdr effect' preset is brilliant and not often talked about - it's their simulated HDR (not on 2015 model)

as an owner of 2015 and now the 2016 model I would urge you strongly to pay the extra £450 it's well worth it (get the LG C6 over the B6 - improved chipset & 3D). Both exceptional viewing experiences though and trounce any LCD on the planet due to range of contrast - the part that most reviewers seem to leave out when talking about Ultra HD Premium/HDR

I seriously want everything in Dolby Vision


wifi300usb you are correct but LG are now upgrading the HDMI boards in owners TV's under warranty.
https://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-eg960v-owners-and-discussion-thread.1948687/page-325
As these TV's are brand new they may possibly be already have the new board.

Dolby Vision is a branding exercise that is so vague as to have anything from 600 so called nits of brightness all the way up to 4000nits which no TV can currently reproduce. Even Dolby Cinemas get away with lower than 600nits of brightness so I don't care much for that. Just like the good old THX branding, a lot of people were willing to pay for that and a lot of money changed hands for not really major benefits. If Dolby Vision is important you should be looking at Samsung which offers the most nits but I'm not interested in old array backlighting which I currently already have had for the past 10 years. The LG B6 models may sport Dolby Vision or higher brightness levels but they lost a 3D polarised screen and cheaper lower powered processors are used, ie a budget cut down version of the Signature range which includes 3D by the way. You have to way these things up and demo for yourself.

Dolby Vision isn't about max brightness, it is about how HDR filmed content is mapped to each displays capabilities. For example, if a film was mastered with a max brightness of 4000 nits and the TV only has a max brightness of 600 nits, you want the TV to find a way of squeezing the full detail up to 4000 nits to its capability. That means doing something called tone mapping. Dolby Vision has a great approach to tone mapping which means that DV content always appears consistent across different TVs.

HDR10 is the open source competitor to DV. The tone mapping is currently left to each TV manufacturer and is wildly inconsistent between them resulting in some very different images between displays. HDR10 has a lot of catching up to do and could do with standardisation between manufacturers.

At the moment then only mainstream TVs with DV in this country are LGs. Definitely not Samsung. Dolby need to get Sony and Samsung on board to gain traction, but if they do, it will surely become the standard HDR format.
https://www.avforums.com/review/lg-55eg960v-eg9600-oled-uhd-4k-review.11301

Edited By: anthonynsinclair on Feb 02, 2017 03:23: Typo
it comes down to whether the extra £450 is worth it for Dolby Vision, HLG (broadcast HDR confirmed to be coming via update, a pretty big deal), far increased brightness, 34ms hdr gaming (I'm assuming these 2015 models didn't get that), NO vignetting/near black problems and full 10 bit processing near black, LG's excellent 'hdr effect' preset is brilliant and not often talked about - it's their simulated HDR (not on 2015 model)

as an owner of 2015 and now the 2016 model I would urge you strongly to pay the extra £450 it's well worth it (get the LG C6 over the B6 - improved chipset & 3D). Both exceptional viewing experiences though and trounce any LCD on the planet due to range of contrast - the part that most reviewers seem to leave out when talking about Ultra HD Premium/HDR

I seriously want everything in Dolby Vision

Edited By: wifi300usb on Feb 02, 2017 02:41
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This is a 2015 model. ..


Still selling at a more expensive price everywhere else, this is the best deal. 4.8/5 out of 5 star reviews from most tech review sites. Fantastic tv
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Full HD = Dead now you need 4K these days with HDR
But just see how many HD Ready Tv's there are in all the top retailers at what are stupidly High prices,for what is now very old technology,they should be giving them away.
Problem is 4k feeds are'nt free - until they are (some time never?) good full HD Tvs remain worth buying.... whereas poor backlight 4k Tvs are'nt
I watch a lot of 4K content on YouTube. That's free
You just have to click the settings icon on the bottom of the video and select 2160p instead of the default 1080p
Better if you have Firefox(Chrome?) use add on You Tube High Definition.. http://barisderin.com/?p=1113
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Full HD = Dead now you need 4K these days with HDR
Little material in HDR and OLED still has better overall performance than crap backlight LEDs unless you pay for a FALD one which are very expensive to date..
OLED is good but not worth 1K for Full HD

I disagree, 4K is a waste of time outside of huge TVs. While HDR could be a big deal you're looking at twice the price for a good HDR TV.

This is the best TV around for a grand - provided you can live with the low brightness.
AJ92
I think Amazon had this between £800/900 few days/weeks back a few times on lighting deals maybe just wait till it comes back
£838.94. Check 3 Camels.
Anil90
Full HD = Dead now you need 4K these days with HDR
Unless you watch 4K content (very thin on the ground) or play 4K games everything else looks better on full HD than 4K. Have a look on the threads for the Samsung 7000 series and read the problems people are getting- HDR not working properly.... however, as others have said this is not a particularly good price- hoping it will get below £800.
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Anil90
Full HD = Dead now you need 4K these days with HDR
But just see how many HD Ready Tv's there are in all the top retailers at what are stupidly High prices,for what is now very old technology,they should be giving them away.
Problem is 4k feeds are'nt free - until they are (some time never?) good full HD Tvs remain worth buying.... whereas poor backlight 4k Tvs are'nt
I watch a lot of 4K content on YouTube. That's free
You just have to click the settings icon on the bottom of the video and select 2160p instead of the default 1080p
Having youtube 4k content (most likely poor quality) is not a reason to get 4k. I would want to watch films & dramas etc Terrestrial content as well in 4k. So for me a 4k TV is totally pointless and I expect for many people.
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I would have bought it but they don't deliver. Has to be picked up in store and the same if you need to return due to a fault. Saw them at my local Costco and the box is massive.

Picked one up in the end and used Uber XL to log home.

Edited By: slliw on Feb 17, 2017 12:42: update
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To be fair it's probably a good price compared to elsewhere so people shouldn't necessarily vote on their own affordability vs the price elsewhere. !
Cold from me - cos I can't afford it either :(

Good reason to vote it cold - because you're skint (_;)


To be fair I voted hot - n dats da truth! :3
pennyfarthing88
To be fair it's probably a good price compared to elsewhere so people shouldn't necessarily vote on their own affordability vs the price elsewhere. !
Cold from me - cos I can't afford it either :(

Good reason to vote it cold - because you're skint (_;)
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I get the feeling that the the guy asking about the Finlux TV is joking...


correct! i actually use a 1080p short throw optima gt1080 gaming projector which I got for just over £500 on prime day

Edited By: jameshothothot on Jan 30, 2017 11:57: pressed send by mistake when not finished
Saw this but didn't have the balls to post it. Sadly people do vote based on their own affordability..... This is a cracking price for THIS model of TV currently. Personally i think OLED is the next big step up since flat plasma and those who did invest in this will have a TV that should visually be able to hold its own for years to come.

Personally i am waiting for the LG-OLED55B6V to go sub £1500 then i am going to pull the trigger.
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I tried and failed. RS wouldn't match because not like-for-like, i.e. shopto.net only offer 1 year standard manufacturers warranty.
It is probably the best price out there for this. Don't know about the seller though. Could always use as ammunition to get RicherSounds to price match.
Too small, need a 65"... :D
I don't think so. LG website says TVs come with 12 month warranty.
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LG OLED55B6V 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £1,575.00 @ Poss £1537.51 with TCB

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£1575.00 @ Very
Glad I didn't buy this 4 months ago @ £2200! Price is £1749.99, the 10% cash back offer to your account brings it down to £1575, if 1% TCB works then its £1557.51! SKY Q included. Very also o… Read More
Glad I didn't buy this 4 months ago @ £2200! Price is £1749.99, the 10% cash back offer to your account brings it down to £1575, if 1% TCB works then its £1557.51! SKY Q included. Very also o…
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i'd have to echo others, i'd rather pay slightly more for a 6 yr warranty and be loyal to the excellent customer service of richer sounds, they don't go out their way to help you for nothing, they want your business.
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I think it might be cold due to the usual Very stigma; also there's no five year guarantee and Very also state that this TV is non-returnable, so if you have any issues you're out of luck.

The likes of Richer Sounds, who had recently been price matching Crampton and Moore's price of roughly £1594 (with the 10% off code), offer a six year guarantee and have amazing customer service should you need to return the TV.


Just as aside - their return policy is worded carefully to make you think that - it of course returnable under your statutory rights.
I've had some good deals from Very. Unfortunately when things go wrong it's a mission to get it right over the phone ... Personally i decide to skip anything from Very now.

Nice find on the LG TV OP.
Neutral vote.

Edited By: HugoLuca on Jan 24, 2017 20:20
No 5 year warranty, not great
I won't vote either way, as its a decent price if you include the cashback....but I would not touch Very with a bargepole.
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LG 55EG910V 55 inch 1080p Full HD OLED Curved Smart TV WebOS (2015 Model) - Silver £838.96 @ Amazon

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The price on this TV keeps fluctuating up and down, been on lightning deals and has been posted several times on here recently. I guess Amazon are trying to shift some stock. Ignore all the scam pr… Read More
The price on this TV keeps fluctuating up and down, been on lightning deals and has been posted several times on here recently. I guess Amazon are trying to shift some stock. Ignore all the scam pr…
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ather7851
I just got it for £665 from amazon warehouse. Came here to compare the price glad i got it as its over 1k everywhere else :)
I might do that myself if another gets listed. Have you any experience with Amazon warehouses deals?

Hi yeah 90% stuff i bought from warehouse came brand new or like new condition just come repackaged or in damaged packaging. Btw going to cancel my tv order but think they will relist it for higher price



jazid
What was interesting was that someone bought an Amazon Warehouse 910V which stated it had dead pixels!
Even without dead pixels, I am not sure I'd want to spend that much with only a 30 day or year limited warranty.


Hi yeah i daw that but bought the one was mentioned without scratches etc btw amazon warehouse are pointless as they just do it randomly sometimes not even related to a product lol
It's on a lightening deal now for £949 :|
ather7851
I just got it for £665 from amazon warehouse. Came here to compare the price glad i got it as its over 1k everywhere else :)

Wow, nice one. Wish I had seen it first :p
What was interesting was that someone bought an Amazon Warehouse 910V which stated it had dead pixels!
Even without dead pixels, I am not sure I'd want to spend that much with only a 30 day or year limited warranty.

Edited By: jazid on Jan 22, 2017 18:00: .
ather7851
I just got it for £665 from amazon warehouse. Came here to compare the price glad i got it as its over 1k everywhere else :)



I might do that myself if another gets listed. Have you any experience with Amazon warehouses deals?
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LG OLED65B6V 65 Inch 4K OLED TV & HDMI Cable - £2,600.00 @ Costco

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Seen lots of offers for the 55" LG B6V but this seems to be the best price for the 65" LG B6V; £100 cheaper than anything else I could find. Comes with a 5 year warranty, the SkyQ offer and great cust… Read More
Seen lots of offers for the 55" LG B6V but this seems to be the best price for the 65" LG B6V; £100 cheaper than anything else I could find. Comes with a 5 year warranty, the SkyQ offer and great cust…
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hiohaa
you think the prices will drop much more than this before the new ranges come out? or is now the time to buy?

i'd wait if your not desperate, you have until march to get sky q. btw can someone please tell me whats included in sky q deal? i read the website, do u get free installation and box or ?
snoopy18
Is this the best TV for this money?
the 55" e6 is a similar price and arguably better, but if you just watch tv and dont play games, yes.
you think the prices will drop much more than this before the new ranges come out? or is now the time to buy?
Still available at C&M over the phone for £2474.
aabs
Bizarre!! I can't understand why.......
This very TV was voted cold when priced at £2474http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-oled65b6v-65-ultra-hd-premium-with-dolby-vision-with-delivery-2474-09-cramptonandmoore-2599462
Probably because the code wasn't working for long and people couldn't get it for that price.