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Blaupunkt 43-1370 Full HD 43 Inch LED TV with Freeview HD £159.00 Del with code @ Tesco Direct (Panasonic TX-48CX400B 48Inch 4K Ultra HD FreeviewHD Smart TV £399 Del + Offers)

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Seems a bit of a bargain with Free Delivery too, use code TDX-GNKF which takes £20 off the £179 to make it £159 Delivered. Code takes £20 Off WYS £150 on Selected Selected Electricals and Gaming
wishihadadonkey Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago25 Comments
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How do you get now tv for £20 when you already use the discount code off the TVs ?
Are these blauspunkt tvs the ones people tried to fight for on Black Friday?
beatsuk
Can anyone tell me the depth of this TV without the stand (blaupunkt) just had the digihome 43" delivered but it's way too thick and looks terrible on the wall
Champagne taste lemonade money, why be so pretentious about a rock bottom priced tv. Then feel the need to ask a question that if you had any sense you could easily check via tesco????????????? RHETORICAL


Edited By: thomasleep on Aug 23, 2016 02:31
1mixx
I've had the 50inch model for 2 years now and I cannot fault the picture, Sky Sports, Xbox One run smooth. The sound is poor but my soundbar makes up for that :) can't fault it
I have a mars bar will that do?
JEBUS post one deal !!!!!! hot for the one deal but post the rest separate pretty please
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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.
fanpages

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?
http://bildr.no/view/ZTBaSys5
Order confirmation

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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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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

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
superfamiking
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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Hitachi 43 Inch UltraHD 4K Freeview HD Smart WiFi LED TV Redurbished - 12 month warranty.£259.99 @ Argos outlet

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Currently looking for a 4K tv and this looks like a bargain for the specs and size! Television picture quality: Eled TV Screen. 4K Ultra HD display resolution. Screen size: 43 inches. Motion ra…
murkr Avatar2w, 1h agoFound 2 weeks, 1 hour ago22 Comments
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sancheez
Hitachi are junk these days. Same with JVC. And many Toshiba's.
And 4k is such a scam. It's digital cameras all over again. A Technika 20mp point'n'shoot is NOT better than a 6mp Canon dSLR. Same with TV's. Just cos it has more pixels does not automatically make it better. Those extra pixels take more power keep moving and looking good. If anything, cheapo 4k TV's will struggle more than cheapo 1080p ones. Great on a static image viewed straight on, but watch a football match at a slight angle? No thanks ....
Cheap for what it is, but I wouldn't buy one.
I'll never go back to a 1080p computer monitor, not after using this 4k screen. Absolutely no way.

Your comment may hold true for what YOU use a TV/screen for, but it certainly does not for me. Different strokes for different folks.
Hitachi are junk these days. Same with JVC. And many Toshiba's.

And 4k is such a scam. It's digital cameras all over again. A Technika 20mp point'n'shoot is NOT better than a 6mp Canon dSLR. Same with TV's. Just cos it has more pixels does not automatically make it better. Those extra pixels take more power keep moving and looking good. If anything, cheapo 4k TV's will struggle more than cheapo 1080p ones. Great on a static image viewed straight on, but watch a football match at a slight angle? No thanks ....

Cheap for what it is, but I wouldn't buy one.
Hitachi my ar5e,
these are all made by Vestel - can't comment on this one but the others I've seen were very very cheap electronics inside them.
The same as all the other 'own' brand tv's = Vestel
see here http://badcaps.net/forum/showthread.php?t=46703
You get what you pay for,
Not voted either way as it may suit some people

Edited By: Roderz on Aug 21, 2016 03:55
dazzler303
I dont understand all the technical aspects of TVs, but how can you have a 4k Ultra HD TV with a naff picture? Surely the idea is its the bees knees? And then for people to say its ok as its cheap? Bought myself a V8 last week only 4 pistons work but thats alright cos its a V8 and it was cheap........
It's like a Ford GT40: it may have more displacement than a Ferrari, but that does not make it the better car.

Resolution is just one of the factors for image quality, and given that very little 4k material is currently available, the 4k resolution is pretty much wasted. Response time, colour accuracy, contrast, viewing angles, backlight smoothness - those are more important factors that you can even see from a distance, while resolution only matters up close.
murkr
People expecting the world for nothing :)


​Not at all. Just saying this TV is rubbish.
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Mini M8S II 4K Smart TV Box Amlogic S905X Quad Core Processor - UK PLUG BLACK £28.62 Gearbest

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Flash sale on this box, 285 available S905X is one down from the flagship Amlogic S912 processor, and unless you plan to game on one of these devices the s905X is perfectly fast.. expect to pay mor…
Aeschylus Avatar2w, 2h agoFound 2 weeks, 2 hours ago14 Comments
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The first mini m8s box is better
si_lewis
Got one few weeks ago WiFi useless, have issues loading showbox, have latest updates, kodi works fine but these don't seem any faster than standard s905

Because they're the same. The only difference is the Dual Band wifi and VP9/10 decoding.
M0nk3h
pitbullmern
would this get stung by customs charges as coming from the china warehouse ?
​No.

No but you may be charged VAT and a £8 Royal Mail handling fee.
monkeyhanger75
I got one of these 2 months ago, it stopped working 7 weeks ago - 3 emails requesting replacement or return for repair ignored by Gearbest. Great company.

that is why you pay with credit card/paypal...gearbest dont do support, drop a dispute through paypal they will simply refund you
Try this ROM from Freaktab.

This box and the TX5 Pro seem to have interchangeable firmware, so worth seeing if it improves WiFi.

5Ghz channel works very well on my TX5 Pro.

http://freaktab.com/forum/tv-player-support/amlogic-based-tv-players/s905x/others-aml-s905x/firmware-roms-tools-bx/589497-mod-for-tanix-tx5-pro-minim8sii-and-nexbox-a95x-zombie-firmware-wip

Edited By: reddit on Aug 16, 2016 19:06
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Now TV smart Box with 5 month entertainment or move pass £40.00 @ Asda

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Shopping in my local Asda store in Broadstairs and found the Now TV box with an entertainment or move pass reduced from £70 to £40. Currently these are over £60 on amazon. Seems to be in store onl…
mcoliver88 Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago10 Comments
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Now TV app in 720p, but the box can output 1080p
Mike, this is a new box, you will have the older black one
pretty certain I only paid a tenner for this new box and a 3 month entertainment pass from shop to afew months back so not a great deal IMHO
cliosport65
aseddon130
On my nowtv boxes I've installed a freeview app as I can't get an aerial in those rooms so it comes in handy for that purpose.


​sounds like I need to do that, was it easy? :)


It's pretty easy. The link uridium posted has a walk through.
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Samsung UE40JU6410 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 40" with Freeview HD/freesat HD and Built-In Wi-Fi £479.00 John Lewis

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Samsung 40" HDR Smart TV - 5 Year John Lewis Warranty - Reduced To Clear £479.00 - Upscale HD content to 4K - Super Smart platform Just bought one!!
leemet123 Avatar1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago4 Comments
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Clicking on the link results in JL's 'can't find page' screen. Looking for it by name and specs is no good either
Misleading pic
SOLD OUT
does this support the new version of HDR ? is there a firmware upgrade
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MaXone Plus Ultra Octa Core Android Smart 4K Rooted TV Box sold by Amazon - £74.54

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This has gone down in price again. It seems like a good price for the specs. Hardware Spec: OS: Android 4.4 Language: Support Multi-Language CPU: ALLwinner A80 Octa-Core ARM Cortex A15/A7 GPU…
ankitpatel123 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago7 Comments
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AndyRoyd
smiler594
Is this better than a fire tv?
Some options to consider as alternative to Fire TV considering asking such a q suggests OK with FireTV pricepoint:
consider well-specified 2GB/8GB latest S905X box running Android6 delivered ex-UK from around £31-32. Or similar with 2GB/16GB at around £36-37.
The real curveball option that has just about every feature inc 2GB/16GB, dual band wifi, gigabit LAN, audio out (so you can use it for listening to music without having TV on) etc bar the S905 suffix X is available from Gearbest EU warehouse form around £41. But (and there's always a but), that item would benefit from a firmware reflash - most people should be capable of performing reflash with a 99p not-so-common USB cable. Reflash procedure mentioned in earlier thread here, with updated USB male-to-male cable suggestions from 99p+ here.
That's an awesome answer, thank you Andy.
You know far too much about these boxes ;)
Other option to avoid any perceived faff of MXQ Pro+ firmware reflash: you coud consider similar well-spec'd box (2GB/16GB, dual wifi, gigabit LAN, audio out etc) from Amazon at £42-£43. Not played with one so no first-hand knowledge. Think only major difference is exterior design, and I believe 12V/1A supply rather than the usual 5V/2A although no consequence. No info on manufacturer support, but unlikely to be worse than the MXQ Pro+ ! http://www.amazon.co.uk/K3-Amlogic-Streaming-Ethernet-Miracast/dp/B01GCCR2GO/
AndyRoyd
smiler594
Is this better than a fire tv?
Some options to consider as alternative to Fire TV considering asking such a q suggests OK with FireTV pricepoint:
consider well-specified 2GB/8GB latest S905X box running Android6 delivered ex-UK from around £31-32. Or similar with 2GB/16GB at around £36-37.
The real curveball option that has just about every feature inc 2GB/16GB, dual band wifi, gigabit LAN, audio out (so you can use it for listening to music without having TV on) etc bar the S905 suffix X is available from Gearbest EU warehouse form around £41. But (and there's always a but), that item would benefit from a firmware reflash - most people should be capable of performing reflash with a 99p not-so-common USB cable. Reflash procedure mentioned in earlier thread here, with updated USB male-to-male cable suggestions from 99p+ here.


That's an awesome answer, thank you Andy.
You know far too much about these boxes ;)
smiler594
Is this better than a fire tv?
Some options to consider as alternative to Fire TV considering asking such a q suggests OK with FireTV pricepoint:
consider well-specified 2GB/8GB latest S905X box running Android6 delivered ex-UK from around £31-32. Or similar with 2GB/16GB at around £36-37.
The real curveball option that has just about every feature inc 2GB/16GB, dual band wifi, gigabit LAN, audio out (so you can use it for listening to music without having TV on) etc bar the S905 suffix X is available from Gearbest EU warehouse form around £41. But (and there's always a but), that item would benefit from a firmware reflash - most people should be capable of performing reflash with a 99p not-so-common USB cable. Reflash procedure mentioned in earlier thread here, with updated USB male-to-male cable suggestions from 99p+ here.
smiler594
Is this better than a fire tv?


​the specs seem to be better, but I've never tried the fire tv. This is now slightly cheaper than the fire tv
Is this better than a fire tv?
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`Presale`MOV Z69 4K Smart TV Box Amlogic S905X Quad Core CPU - UK PLUG BLACK £30.85 gearbest

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64Bit Android 6.0 2GB DDR3 + 8GB eMMC 2.4GHz WiFi Bluetooth 4.0 Connectivity Support VP9 Decoder Description: The best internet streaming media player! The newest chipset edition of the media cent…
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tek-monkey
Played with mine last night while tired. Icefilms wouldn't work, thought I'd uninstall then reinstall, now it can't install because of a dependency. Knew I should have waited til I was fully awake!
I don`t use it but just installed to see, It installed no problem

https://s31.postimg.org/k64lujhgr/screenshot002.png


Edited By: maxmax on Jul 18, 2016 10:45
Played with mine last night while tired. Icefilms wouldn't work, thought I'd uninstall then reinstall, now it can't install because of a dependency. Knew I should have waited til I was fully awake!
Cheers. More to do with some boxes playing H265 mkv and the like and others don't.
Might take a punt on this ......
Copperface
Not really up with the rate that these things move on an compatibility etc.
I'm looking for a basic unit that will be a bit future proofed basically to run a very basic version of KODI and link to a hard drive for a daughter who will be living away from home and can't now rely on me to ensure she can watch G o T and the like.
Would this be the shizzle, or any other recommendation?

If you are just linking a hard drive with some basic movies then you will likely be fine, although you might get away with an even cheaper device than this.

Will she want glorious advanced Dolby audio formats?

If not then pretty much any box will be fine.

The only caveat that I would add with some boces is that sometimes they have issues with hard drives although this tends to be more of an issue when using USB 3 ports, which won't be an issue here.



Edited By: reddit on Jul 17, 2016 14:33
Not really up with the rate that these things move on an compatibility etc.
I'm looking for a basic unit that will be a bit future proofed basically to run a very basic version of KODI and link to a hard drive for a daughter who will be living away from home and can't now rely on me to ensure she can watch G o T and the like.
Would this be the shizzle, or any other recommendation?
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Panasonic TX-48CX400B 48" Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD TV - Black £389.00 Del (with code) @ AO

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Down to £419 & if you use code GET30 it takes another £30 making it £389 del. Thought it was not too bad at sub £400. 4K Ultra HD - Stunning sharpness, crystal clarity Freeview HD - 60 free channe…
wishihadadonkey Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago36 Comments
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Are these eBay glasses as good as getting Panasonic originals? As in is there much difference?

Kinda just bought the 4 pack regardless
Xiwt
cbr6fx
Interloper
smiler594
Is this faux k?
All 4 HDMI ports are v2.0 and HDCP 2.2 compliant. As for upscaling, 1080p and 4k look fantastic. 720p is great. SD looks crap, but so it should on a 4K telly.
I also own this tv and totally agree it looks amazing the downside for me is the sound I tweaked mine on the user settings to make it clearer otherwise just use a soundbar
I read somewhere that it's best to set this TV to game mode at least when watching movies because of lag...And also there might be some buzzing noise so should turn 'echo' off... Not sure if there is any truth in these things how have you set yours up if you don't mind sharing?

for the game mode setting this tv calls it film mode and i haven't noticed any lag but i have noticed motion blur when you use the picture mode settings of CINEMA, DYNAMIC and NATURAL only the GAME and SPORTS settings stop the motion blur but as GAME doesn't let you change the settings i would choose SPORTS and then you can tweak the settings to what you want! also recommend setting the dynamic contrast on high! in terms of the buzzing noise, out the box it done this from the hdmi port when turning the energy saving on but do a software update to the latest firmware and the buzzing has gone! (for me i don't use the energy saving feature) here's a link to the operating instructions if you wanna have a read;

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

also make note if using a 4k source via hdmi like a 4k blu ray player there is a regular and enhanced setting, change the hdmi port setting to enhanced and that changes it to hdmi 2.0 instead of the regular 1.4

hope this helps
cbr6fx
Interloper
smiler594
Is this faux k?
All 4 HDMI ports are v2.0 and HDCP 2.2 compliant. As for upscaling, 1080p and 4k look fantastic. 720p is great. SD looks crap, but so it should on a 4K telly.


I also own this tv and totally agree it looks amazing the downside for me is the sound I tweaked mine on the user settings to make it clearer otherwise just use a soundbar


I read somewhere that it's best to set this TV to game mode at least when watching movies because of lag...And also there might be some buzzing noise so should turn 'echo' off... Not sure if there is any truth in these things how have you set yours up if you don't mind sharing?
Thanks for posting this deal. AO are a good supplier from my previous experiences, hope this one is too
Brownbrother21
What 3D glasses are compatible with this TV and where are they cheapest?

Thanks


For me I brought these 3D glasses from eBay;

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/162003754806

I hope this helps
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LG 60 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR (2016 Model) - Amazon Prime Deal £899.99

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Not sure why this hasn't been posted yet, but been looking around today and this looks like an excellent deal, which I nabbed. I can't find anything that beats it. Although the model isn't specifi…
philljp Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago52 Comments
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Official thread is here at avforums, btw. I added some more photos over there too:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Overall, very happy!!

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

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



​Thanks for your review. I have connected mine with PC but when I'm playing full screen 4k video youtube on the pc it works fine but when I press esc key to exit full screen mode the TV starts to flicker the whole display unless I switch off the TV and put it back on. Any idea what it could be? or is there a fault with my set :|
One thing I like. I just played UHD HDR content from the built in Amazon app and you get a message from the TV that you're now playing HDR content, and it puts the picture settings into a dedicated HDR mode, which you can then customise if you wish.
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Digihome Smart 4K Ultra HD 48 Inch LED TV only £279.00 at Tesco

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As above - Digihome Smart 4K Ultra HD 48 Inch LED TV only £279 at Tesco 3840x2160 resolution, Ultra HD 4K Built-in Freeview HD Connect to other devices via 4 HDMI connections
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Just a heads up for anyone considering this, this set has come back in stock today, http://www.tesco.com/direct/digihome-smart-4k-ultra-hd-48-inch-led-tv/766-4294.prd?skuId=766-4294&pageLevel=sku and you can use the £20 off TDX-WYMJ code to get it to £259 delivered too!

I ordered it this morning for £239 (I had a £20 giftcard & used the discount code) delivered. It's coming on Thursday, just hope I have done the right thing. It's a fine price but the lack of HDR & mixed reviews concern me a bit. I just hope the lack of HDR doesn't make it become obsolete before 4K even takes off...

Edited By: ST3123 on Aug 16, 2016 11:15
yes Netflix works fine for me. via the button on the remote too. who said it was a firmware issue as I haven't heard of such a thing??
jellytotz
This is the same post I made in the other thread where it was slightly cheaper on-line and in stock at the time. But thought I'd share some of my initial/further findings.
To confirm all 4 x HDMI ports are HDMI 2.0 4k 60hz. The WiFi connected straight away with no issues. I've done some quick tests via my Nvidia Shield, such as a YouTube 4k 60fps video playback and it does look even more glorious compared to my 1080p LED Sony or Sharp panel. There was no ghosting or motion blur, plus definitely no cloud patches on the panel when it came to blacks.
I haven't tinkered with the TV picture settings yet, which I know I will have to do until I'm fully satisfied. I do have an Xbox One and a PS4, so I will try Overwatch for example to see how it copes with a faster motion game play.
If anyone has any questions or things they want me to check, please fire away.
Have you got Netflix to work? Mine just says error, apparently it's a firmware error with the TV???
agneepath
i'm not up to speed on the whole hdmi 2.0 / hdcp 2.2 issue - i'm assuming this tv isn't hdcp 2.2 and therefore the likes of amazon fire tv wont stream in 4k?

It should be because the listing specifically mentions Ultra HD Blu-ray player, so that must mean that it has 2.2
i'm not up to speed on the whole hdmi 2.0 / hdcp 2.2 issue - i'm assuming this tv isn't hdcp 2.2 and therefore the likes of amazon fire tv wont stream in 4k?
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JVC LT-50C750 Smart 50" LED TV - £299.00 (£296.01 with 1% Quidco) @ Currys

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This JVC LT-50C750 50" Smart LED TV includes a Freeview HD tuner and plenty of great content to keep you entertained with a high-quality screen and audio capabilities. Built-in Freeview Thanks t…
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Anyone know a good price for a tv with a hard screen had my Panasonic smart tv for 3 months and my daughter has just gone and poked a hole in the screen
Think it would probably need a sound bar. Still good price. 8)
http://brain-images.cdn.dixons.com/5/1/10109015/l_10109015_001.jpg
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Edited By: Tommy_K on Jul 08, 2016 21:53
Ticks all the boxes for me - black and silver, small footprint to fit old TV stand and 3xHDMI - thanks OP :)
Tommy_K
Cracking picture and sound

Yeah, that's what would worry me ;)
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Toshiba 48U7653DB 48" 3D LED Smart TV - 4K UltraHD £325.00 Staples

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Currently £379 in Argos/Tesco/Currys! Brilliant deal. 4k quality, Smart TV, 3D!
Llandudno_Gadgets Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago47 Comments
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Has anyone manage to get a sky hd remote to work with this TV. Dose anyone know the code I have a Rev 9 remote
michaelthor
michaelthor
I found the manual for Philips: http://www.richersounds.com/static/manuals/put6400.pdf
At page 121 it says this:
Connections
• USB 2.0
• Ethernet LAN RJ-45
• Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (built-in) - so it has WiFi AC standard apparently
• BT2.1 with EDR & BT4.0 with BLE
Supported USB file systems
• FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS
Did any of you guys bought a product 5 years ago from http://www.richersounds.com to have the chance to test the 6 years guarantee? I don't know what to believe...
Update: Hi Guys. I just bought the 40" Philips from Richer Sounds, but I only played with it for about 1 hour.
So far I can say this:
-Build quality is not so good (cheap plastic).
-It doesn't have WiFi 802.11AC standard, even if the manual says it has.
-The 4K Upscaler is working nice, not perfect.
-While playing an upscaled 1080p, it has some motion blur even with natural motion at maximum level. I am still testing this part because it can do better, I know it.
-4K YouTube videos look good.
-Sound is ok for a small room.
-Menu navigation is snappy.
-Completely turning off the TV & peripherals takes about 10 seconds, because of the Android OS.
I'll keep you updated in the next following days.

Update 2:
I've managed to test some high resolution photos and 4K videos and all looks super. I only use it for movies, so I can't test the TV part.
I managed to calibrate the picture quality and motion filterings and movies look great now.
I also calibrated the sound and it is better now... not perfect...
Ignoring the cheap looking exterior, the TV does a great job.





Hi can you advise on picture setting as mine seems dull and flat.
Now £399.
This should get hotter? Whats goin on.. Brand new 48" 4k toshiba... For merely £325

Edited By: linhang90 on Jul 14, 2016 23:03: Typo
michaelthor
I found the manual for Philips: http://www.richersounds.com/static/manuals/put6400.pdf
At page 121 it says this:
Connections
• USB 2.0
• Ethernet LAN RJ-45
• Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (built-in) - so it has WiFi AC standard apparently
• BT2.1 with EDR & BT4.0 with BLE
Supported USB file systems
• FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS
Did any of you guys bought a product 5 years ago from http://www.richersounds.com to have the chance to test the 6 years guarantee? I don't know what to believe...
Update: Hi Guys. I just bought the 40" Philips from Richer Sounds, but I only played with it for about 1 hour.
So far I can say this:
-Build quality is not so good (cheap plastic).
-It doesn't have WiFi 802.11AC standard, even if the manual says it has.
-The 4K Upscaler is working nice, not perfect.
-While playing an upscaled 1080p, it has some motion blur even with natural motion at maximum level. I am still testing this part because it can do better, I know it.
-4K YouTube videos look good.
-Sound is ok for a small room.
-Menu navigation is snappy.
-Completely turning off the TV & peripherals takes about 10 seconds, because of the Android OS.
I'll keep you updated in the next following days.

Update 2:
I've managed to test some high resolution photos and 4K videos and all looks super. I only use it for movies, so I can't test the TV part.
I managed to calibrate the picture quality and motion filterings and movies look great now.
I also calibrated the sound and it is better now... not perfect...
Ignoring the cheap looking exterior, the TV does a great job.
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OUT OF STOCK.
I took delivery of mine yesterday and I'm pretty happy with it so far. Delivery was fast and you could follow where the driver was in real-time via the AO website, which really helps.

My thoughts so far:

- Excellent value for money.

- The box is large as you might expect, but not heavy - I could easily lift it and I'm not particularly big.

- Picture quality is as good as my previous 32" LG LCD TV which cost more even when ex-display several years ago.

- Seems to have 5Ghz 802.11ac wifi capability!

- Smart TV functions like iPlayer and Youtube work very well, but the smart TV interface itself isn't that pretty. There are Youtube and Netflix buttons on the remote so you can go directly to those apps, and you may be able to assign a button for other services like iPlayer.

- Like all big TVs, it will be unforgiving if the source is poor quality and you're sitting close. A high bit-rate Blu-ray disc looks amazing (although be sure to turn off TV noise reduction on that source to increase detail), but low bit-rate sources like many SD channels and even some Freeview HD channels sadly, show their weaknesses. This isn't the TV's fault. For example, flicking through the channels to the Dangermouse cartoon in SD, showed few compression artifacts and looked fine. So I would expect DVDs not to look too bad, especially if your DVD player upscales well.

- CEC functions work well, and you have the option to turn them off.

- Haven't had the chance to examine black levels that thoroughly yet, but seem as good or better than my LG LCD TV.

- Yes, sound is poor, but I already have a surround sound system so it doesn't matter to me. Even a soundbar will beat most TVs as their thin cases can't house big enough speakers, so price one of those in if you need to.

- No doubt more expensive branded TVs will perform better, but how much improvement will you get for double the price? This will do for me until 65" 4K TVs, and OLED panels become cheaper.



Edited By: Torchwood on Jul 19, 2016 12:27: spelling
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why when you click get deal it says its £299 and evryone keeps saying get a 4k tv because these tvs will only work for few more years is this true i want a tv that lasts and read on this some people say it has wifi some say it doesnt so what one is it

I confirm the TV has wifi and I highly doubt non 4k tv's will "stop working" in a few years...


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sammyjc71
The to is on ao eBay it does have wifi it's great for the money ,as for 4 k no idea I think then everything else you have needs to be upgraded or I could be wrong I'm happy

A 1080p TV with Freeview HD will serve you well for many years. The only issue with this TV is whether the picture quality is decent enough. 4K resolution is only needed for large TVs, as you'll be unlikely to be sitting close enough to them to benefit.

http://i.rtings.com/images/optimal-viewing-distance-television-graph-size.png

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is this better than the samsung JU6800 model?

the consensus seems to be yes but not a massive difference between the two, apparently the smart system is much improved but the PQI level is slightly lower so I cant really say for sure - its close so I guess if the ju6800 was cheaper by 100 then that would be the one to go for but I wouldn't pay the same for last years model ;)
is this better than the samsung JU6800 model?
mush786uk
Newer models definitely the ones to go for... Much improved smart system and also have basic hdr capability! Have ordered the 60" KU6000!


​the 2015 models now have hdr with a software update. but the new smart system is much faster and better looking, not as intrusive either.
Newer models definitely the ones to go for... Much improved smart system and also have basic hdr capability! Have ordered the 60" KU6000!
...
anon32143
Granted, I am out of my depth when it comes to TV's, however, isn't the TV below better value for a Samsung 55" 4k TV? Any help will be greatly appreciated as I will be looking to buy one of these two models.samsung-ue55ju6000kxxu-55-inch-4k-tv-2015-model-644-510-after-voucher-new-customers-2469752

good question and I did order that one but cancelled my order because they wouldn't upgrade me to the 6400 that came into stock for £30 more and still give me the 20% discount.

Thats last years base 6000 model though and has a PQI (picture quality index) rating of 800 - this years base model here has a PQI of 1300

for comparison last years JU6800 has a PQI of 1400 and the 60 inch got to 268 degrees yesterday @ £999

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue60ju6800-smart-4k-ultra-hd-60-led-tv-999-currys-2475193

I honestly dont know much about it all but apparently this years models have better brightness and better contrast levels which I guess is reflected in the PQI figures but the ju6800 (link above) has a nano crystal display?!?

I think Id still go with the new model though.



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Justsuperman
So has anyone on this thread purchased this tv what do you think of it


​I do, but the 55 version. very impressed so far, had screen tearing at first and was ready to send it back till I noticed it doesn't auto update the firmware. all done now and not has any issues since.

sound is decent, but I have a soundbar so no biggie for me.

only gripe is no Bluetooth on this model, so if your planning on using PlayStation now then your controller needs to be plugged into USB port.

no iplayer app, but you can use the browser, but sadly not even HD doing it this way. again no biggie for me as I have the fire stick plugged in.



I get some weird judder watching Netflix or Freeview? You experienced this? apart from that what a cracking picture colours are insane vibrant and beautiful


​I got it worst when little one was watching Kung Fu Panda, but since update it's been trouble free.

I got told this TV wouldn't do blacks well, obviously sales person didn't have a clue. it's not oled levels but still very impressive.


Yeah can't argue for the price it's pretty smooth and fast the os which is a bonus
Justsuperman
houston26
Justsuperman
So has anyone on this thread purchased this tv what do you think of it


​I do, but the 55 version. very impressed so far, had screen tearing at first and was ready to send it back till I noticed it doesn't auto update the firmware. all done now and not has any issues since.

sound is decent, but I have a soundbar so no biggie for me.

only gripe is no Bluetooth on this model, so if your planning on using PlayStation now then your controller needs to be plugged into USB port.

no iplayer app, but you can use the browser, but sadly not even HD doing it this way. again no biggie for me as I have the fire stick plugged in.



I get some weird judder watching Netflix or Freeview? You experienced this? apart from that what a cracking picture colours are insane vibrant and beautiful


​I got it worst when little one was watching Kung Fu Panda, but since update it's been trouble free.

I got told this TV wouldn't do blacks well, obviously sales person didn't have a clue. it's not oled levels but still very impressive.
houston26
Justsuperman
So has anyone on this thread purchased this tv what do you think of it


​I do, but the 55 version. very impressed so far, had screen tearing at first and was ready to send it back till I noticed it doesn't auto update the firmware. all done now and not has any issues since.

sound is decent, but I have a soundbar so no biggie for me.

only gripe is no Bluetooth on this model, so if your planning on using PlayStation now then your controller needs to be plugged into USB port.

no iplayer app, but you can use the browser, but sadly not even HD doing it this way. again no biggie for me as I have the fire stick plugged in.



I get some weird judder watching Netflix or Freeview? You experienced this? apart from that what a cracking picture colours are insane vibrant and beautiful
Justsuperman
So has anyone on this thread purchased this tv what do you think of it


​I do, but the 55 version. very impressed so far, had screen tearing at first and was ready to send it back till I noticed it doesn't auto update the firmware. all done now and not has any issues since.

sound is decent, but I have a soundbar so no biggie for me.

only gripe is no Bluetooth on this model, so if your planning on using PlayStation now then your controller needs to be plugged into USB port.

no iplayer app, but you can use the browser, but sadly not even HD doing it this way. again no biggie for me as I have the fire stick plugged in.
So has anyone on this thread purchased this tv what do you think of it
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Yes, I bought from Currys at this price.

It has 2 HDMI, not just 1. Specs on the web is wrong.
LG 50LF561V is only £10 more.

It is a great TV too.
the 43LF590V model which has the same spec is £30 cheaper at Argos.
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OOS


​oh sorry, it showed as in stock when i listed it and it still shows instock but can't be added to the basket
OOS
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How do these compare to the "Philips" 4K TV's Argos are selling?

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4558912.htm


​had one but returned it, for the H43M3000 which is much better
omendata
Wilsh88
Isn't this brand rubbish?.... ;)
Yes buy cheap pay twice - will probably last 3 maybe 4 years tops before the leds go or the psu board flunks out.
Depends how long you want your tv to last before replacing.
Cheap caps and badly designed psu trannys - nasty tv's i see em all the time in my workshop - when I get a Panny its a rare thing!
You meal a real Panasonic not a vestel Panasonic ?
https://postimg.org/image/xc1u1idy9/

Got the TV today with a line down the side. Unbelievable.
Wilsh88
Isn't this brand rubbish?.... ;)

Yes buy cheap pay twice - will probably last 3 maybe 4 years tops before the leds go or the psu board flunks out.
Depends how long you want your tv to last before replacing.
Cheap caps and badly designed psu trannys - nasty tv's i see em all the time in my workshop - when I get a Panny its a rare thing!

Edited By: omendata on Jun 16, 2016 00:30
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The crying shame with Hisense is that, on paper at least, their TVs are actually very good products and at a very good price. They are certainly a cut above Polaroid, Blaupunkt, Techwood, Digihome, Finlux, Bush, Cello, Goodmans and all those other weird names which essentially are churned out by Vestel in Turkey (themselves, half decent manufacturers, but burdened by making OEM TVs to order for High Street chains under bizarre names or, in some cases, well known names - entry-level Panasonic models and badging under licence TVs allegedly from JVC, Hitachi, Toshiba).
Hisense are the #1 manufacturer in China and are probably in the same place South Korean giants LG (aka Lucky Goldstar) and Samsung were a few years back, and look at them now. The two of them have seen the end of some top Japanese designed TVs in the UK (the aforementioned JVC, Hitachi, Toshiba as well as Pioneer and Sharp).
Hisense are taking fledgling steps in the UK and I for one wish them well. Where they drastically need to improve are their interactions with customers (owners forums for example), their links with Hisense China and Germany (where all the firmware development is done) and rushing TVs to market which are semi-featured with promises of jam tomorrow.
Ask owners of those who jumped aboard the good ship Hisense when this K700/EC730 model was released along with the similarly tempting K720/EC710 and the superlative XT910 flagship (and to a lesser extent the entry-level K321/EC591) and they will regale you with tales of promised firmware upgrades which have repeatedly failed to materialise.
Make no mistake, Hisense will be a big brand in the UK, but at the moment they're finding their feet and, in my opinion, are making a meal of it and not making it easy for customers to be loyal to their brand, which is surely what they need to achieve.
What do you mean on paper? They just overload it with features to get extra points in reviews.
Screen for screen in picture quality & playback they are not a match on the bigger brands. However, most people would not know what to look for or see the difference.
Will also see these are reliable & still working in 5-10years. Usually budget sets are cheap because of the cheaper parts they use internally on their PCB boards (hence possible reliability issues). The big brands put a lot of R&D into the front glass to enhance picture quality.
Who knows whether big brands really put that much more into their sets. Why should they? It used to be power supplies that failed on older sets but now it can be very obscure parts. Even some of the leds! Personally, I'm sick of sets with 'advanced' features but still don't play some video formats streamed or won't use subtitles. Some models of Samsung are like this. It seems ridiculous to have a use an external box to do this, but seems the only way.
I have seen the amount of work that goes into a swap over in the 'automount' machines when a large manufacturer swaps from making their badged stuff to OEM stuff. Takes almost a full day to setup. The PCB layout is the same - just cheaper chips on the board. They now make Raspberry Pi's after closing their TV division 'o)
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Seems a decent deal to me!
hot*
why cold am I missing something? my vote is hit
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Try ringing up customer service for pcworld to confirm stock available in Macclesfield. They have the ability to allow you to reserve it, giving you priority over staff allocation. However, this varies store to store. For the sake of saving over £1000, I'd say you have nothing to lose by trying. Good luck. You will love this telly. There is nothing out there, not anything, that's better for £899 at 65 inches. All of the cold voters are just jealous. This is the deal of the decade for me and the other lucky ones!
There is one in macclesfield on the wall they won't give it up for toffee even though its showing as stock in another store on the system.
Leecarter - well done and enjoy your super new telly! There is nothing, not anything that compares with this for £899, anywhere! You're the lucky one !!
another available at cribbs causeway just checked on line
got one today at pc world longwell green Bristol £899 amazing tv so happy best buy ever
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Just got this from their online help "you would not be able to have the 20% as the code you would need to use cannot be used against sale items" Plus their online help couldn't even confirm the tv's resolution!, what a waste of space.

Edited By: Pigbristle on Jun 01, 2016 13:16: more info
The discount cannot be used with other codes or on the following ranges: All Apple products, audio, gaming, computers, projectors, tablets, sale items, Financial Services products and delivery charges. ............. So does this TV fall under 'Audio' or 'sale items?

Edited By: Pigbristle on Jun 01, 2016 12:44
Says Full HD, yet states 1366x768 resolution?

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Very Discount Details: Link

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Any comments on gaming with this? Anyone play a PS4 through it?
Many thanks
I've had mine for about six months now, and regularly use it for gaming (PS4 and Xbox One). It's the best TV I've seen for gaming - really rich colours and very fast. Select the'Game' preset to drop the lag right down and give excellent results, without the need for any complicated meddling with settings. Enjoy!

Cheers gents much appreciated!
monkeyboy7
Any comments on gaming with this? Anyone play a PS4 through it?
Many thanks
I've had mine for about six months now, and regularly use it for gaming (PS4 and Xbox One). It's the best TV I've seen for gaming - really rich colours and very fast. Select the'Game' preset to drop the lag right down and give excellent results, without the need for any complicated meddling with settings. Enjoy!
monkeyboy7
Any comments on gaming with this? Anyone play a PS4 through it?
Many thanks

I am yet to play some PS4 through it but will update soon. HD TV and blu rays look amazing! very nice picture indeed.
Any comments on gaming with this? Anyone play a PS4 through it?

Many thanks
first impressions are WOW, excellent picture quality and I havn't tried changing any settings apart from the presets
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Do they do a 50" version or does it jump straight to 55" after 48"
I bought one of these in Dec 14 from John Lewis for around the £500 mark. Well worth that price and at this price is a no brainer if you are looking for quality and not fussed about the whole 4K business. Picture quality on this still amaxes me today :)
Samsung's customer service stinks. I had this TV and after a year it developed a line across the top. When I called for a repair they said they'd call back and never did. I got Richer Sounds to take it back and they kindly allowed me to upgrade to an LG 4k which has built in now tv.

Remember that your contract is with the retailer and not with the manufacturer. Your first point of contact should be with the retailer, in your case Richer Sounds. Samsung can legally turn round to you and say they have no contract with you and refuse to do anything.
CLEARANCE15 WILL GIVE YOU ANOTHER 15% OFF. ENDS SOON.
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I got the 48inch 4k smart TV from ao last week can't fault it well worth money picture and sound crystal love mine
"Audio Power: 8 Watt".

On a 49" TV?
Anyone own a Techwood and care to give their thoughts?
Motion rate doesn't look good for football etc but good price for 49 inch
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I had this TV in the bedroom but had to return it as Freeview was horrible.
You can't blame the TV if you insist on watching Jeremy Kyle.
oO Umm what oO your watching me watch JK whattt oO spy much? :|

Whoops. Forget I said anything...
jcap
AJ92
I had this TV in the bedroom but had to return it as Freeview was horrible.
Can you elaborate on that?
Do you mean that the tuner was not good, or signal quality was not good?
Did the things improve with another TV?
Picture was very bad for a 4k tv. I sent it back and got 43' sony w8 and my how the picture was better so i changed all my TVs to Sony including 55' x80 4k
AJ92
I had this TV in the bedroom but had to return it as Freeview was horrible.
Can you elaborate on that?

Do you mean that the tuner was not good, or signal quality was not good?

Did the things improve with another TV?
3guesses
AJ92
I had this TV in the bedroom but had to return it as Freeview was horrible.
You can't blame the TV if you insist on watching Jeremy Kyle.
oO Umm what oO your watching me watch JK whattt oO spy much? :|

Edited By: AJ92 on May 13, 2016 01:44
AJ92
I had this TV in the bedroom but had to return it as Freeview was horrible.

You can't blame the TV if you insist on watching Jeremy Kyle.
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Yes indeed, I'd be very interested to see what the newer model offers though? I couldn't see anything major except the possible addition of HDR?

I have also added the Quidco cashback amounts for each retailer :)
mattxraq
is the TV any good?
never heard of Hisense

Very good for the price:

http://www.trustedreviews.com/hisense-ltdn50k321uwt-review
is the TV any good?
never heard of Hisense
AO.com again.. Steers clear. Buy from Argos if it's the same price.
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Hello,
has anybody tried to fiddle with optical audio output? I have a dedicated 5.1 system and I would like to know if the TV can pass through Dolby Digital (AC3) and DTS 5.1 audio streams.
Also, does it decode DD+ (EAC3) audio down to AC3 to pass on the optical cable?

Thank you
So I bought one of these. After much searching for a new tv to replace the main one which was a 32" Samsung smart one I came across this. Now I will give you a bit of the story.

I first look at eBay, rubbish, kept getting broken ones and bits coming up. So had a look at other online people again no good. One can't get a visual size unless looking at the television. So I came up with a brainwave. Let's go to a well known large supermarket and have a look at sizes. So there I went. First one didn't have much of a choice which I was surprised at however number two was good and after much deliberation we decided to go for a 55". So today after work I went to have a look in a well known electricals store and was dismayed at prices and the way they display their wares. So I went over to Sainsburys and had a look. Et voila, the Celcus 48" television leapt out and said buy me. It wasn't on so there was no picture comparison but I read the blurb and thought if it's that good for my money then it's worth a whirl. Got it home plugged it in. 5 mins later me the wife and kids are watching megamind on Netflix. Brilliant. Great pictures, sounds not that bad a sound bar would be better. Easy to use. All in all very happy with this purchase.
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If I purchase this TV is there any easy way I can check if it's HDCP 2.2 compliant?
Did you ever get an answer from the 'engineering department' Lowrider?
I have already bought this TV, but haven't used it yet as I'm waiting to move into a new house. I'll be pretty upset if it isn't HDCP 2.2 compliant, not much point having a 4K telly that can't receive 4K input! And I want to use it with HDCP 2.2 accesories, AV Receiver, Blu-Ray etc..
​No unfortunately not, I really hope it is, good luck.

So I have an update: It is HDCP 2.2 compliant!

My enquiries with Saintsbury's didn't get me anywhere, but apparently complaining to them that their contract manufacturer (Celcus) hadn't updated their website in 6 years has been followed up - website now fresh and shiny!
http://www.celcustv.co.uk now contains all the specs you could possibly desire :)
http://www.celcustv.co.uk/CEL-48UHDSB.php for the item in this thread.
PaddyX21
lowrider007
If I purchase this TV is there any easy way I can check if it's HDCP 2.2 compliant?

Did you ever get an answer from the 'engineering department' Lowrider?

I have already bought this TV, but haven't used it yet as I'm waiting to move into a new house. I'll be pretty upset if it isn't HDCP 2.2 compliant, not much point having a 4K telly that can't receive 4K input! And I want to use it with HDCP 2.2 accesories, AV Receiver, Blu-Ray etc..


​No unfortunately not, I really hope it is, good luck.
lowrider007
If I purchase this TV is there any easy way I can check if it's HDCP 2.2 compliant?

Did you ever get an answer from the 'engineering department' Lowrider?

I have already bought this TV, but haven't used it yet as I'm waiting to move into a new house. I'll be pretty upset if it isn't HDCP 2.2 compliant, not much point having a 4K telly that can't receive 4K input! And I want to use it with HDCP 2.2 accesories, AV Receiver, Blu-Ray etc..
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Just spotted this in the Costco coupon book. Looks a good model. Has HDR Pro. Spec here: http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-55UH750V £1299 at Tesco Online and £1199 at Richer Sounds so good price. No r…
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Good price compared to rrp, not the best HDR experience with IPS panels as the native blacks are poor and this TV is edgelit with limited local dimming so expect some lightbleed and blooming with the HDR content and probably in the dark with normal content anyway.
Anyway heat for price.
Not been funny mate has you seen the new ips screens? The uh850 is better then the ks9000!!! Take a look for yourself!! I was shocked!!
Heat added, Nice to see someone recommending new 4k with Hdr and not some obsolete dump yard suitable vintage TV on this site. Bit expensive though.
Good price compared to rrp, not the best HDR experience with IPS panels as the native blacks are poor and this TV is edgelit with limited local dimming so expect some lightbleed and blooming with the HDR content and probably in the dark with normal content anyway.

Anyway heat for price.
Super cold deal, the UH750 is super inferior, uses old lighting technology.
You're best bet is the UH850, granted it's more money, but way way better than this 2016 entry level effort
Has a bad rep.
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Mine works fine 5 months on..
I bought one of these TVs and have returned it after less than a week. Main points to beware of:

1. Out of the box software update takes the best part of an hour.
2. HMI is very sluggish.
3. YouView update disables ability to set reminders in the future on the guide
4. YouView update disables USB recording
5. Turning off YouView disables 4OD and ITV Hub

Finally, after about a week of use, the TV finally gave up. It would power up and then overlay a dark screen. The TV would not respond to any remote control commands. I packed it up in the box and have returned it, buying a 48" Samsung instead.
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It was £459 from ao
Indeed and IF you were to return the item back for whatever reason you would lose 50% of your money...I personally would prefer Amazon all over even for the difference in price.
In what scenario do they only give you 50% back ?
if you turn on the tv.
More detail required other than that .
Not really lol, that literally is it. If you buy the TV, once you unpack and plug the TV in you can say goodbye to half the price so if you don't like the TV it's tough titties.
No retailer can act like that even if they want to try it on, anyone who accepts it is a fool.
Actually they are well within their rights to. Unless a product is faulty, they aren't under any obligation to give you a full refund because you dislike the product after using it. Crap system really when the whole issues with TV's is how subjective it is, one person may be thrilled with it but another may be looking for something slightly different in regards to colour saturation, input lag etc. Unless I had seen a TV in action and knew that I definitely wanted it and would be happy with it, I wouldn't order from AO. Just incase you dont like it. Order from Amazon, bit of extra money, more peace of mind.
no, online transactions are different.
evidence? I don't agree with their policy one bit so if you can find anything to put a stop on their crap policy I'm all ears.
The law is the evidence. Consumer contracts regulations for one.
​Please provide the law where it states they have to give you a full refund for a used item when you change your mind about it? We are all on the same side here, with something like televisions they should definitely accept them back for full refund if it is coming back in brand new condition as you don't know if you will like a TV until you actually plug it in and use it.

i did, . consumer contract regulations act.

http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/consumer-contracts-regulations


A deduction can be made if the value of the goods has been reduced as a result of you handling the goods more than was necessary.

The extent to which a customer can handle the goods is the same as it would be if you were assessing them in a shop.


see even according to which. simply turning it on is not acceptable grounds for charging a 45% fee.

no courts would accept it and even AO know this. they are just relying on people's fear, ignorance and laziness to not fight them.

turning it on is not more than necessary, and definitely not more than you would do buying in a shop.

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argosextra
It was £459 from ao
Indeed and IF you were to return the item back for whatever reason you would lose 50% of your money...I personally would prefer Amazon all over even for the difference in price.
In what scenario do they only give you 50% back ?
if you turn on the tv.
More detail required other than that .
Not really lol, that literally is it. If you buy the TV, once you unpack and plug the TV in you can say goodbye to half the price so if you don't like the TV it's tough titties.
No retailer can act like that even if they want to try it on, anyone who accepts it is a fool.
Actually they are well within their rights to. Unless a product is faulty, they aren't under any obligation to give you a full refund because you dislike the product after using it. Crap system really when the whole issues with TV's is how subjective it is, one person may be thrilled with it but another may be looking for something slightly different in regards to colour saturation, input lag etc. Unless I had seen a TV in action and knew that I definitely wanted it and would be happy with it, I wouldn't order from AO. Just incase you dont like it. Order from Amazon, bit of extra money, more peace of mind.
no, online transactions are different.
evidence? I don't agree with their policy one bit so if you can find anything to put a stop on their crap policy I'm all ears.


The law is the evidence. Consumer contracts regulations for one.


​Please provide the law where it states they have to give you a full refund for a used item when you change your mind about it? We are all on the same side here, with something like televisions they should definitely accept them back for full refund if it is coming back in brand new condition as you don't know if you will like a TV until you actually plug it in and use it.
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well by agreeing to buy from them you essentially accept their policy, so they have all the rights to do that.
no. You cannot sign illegal contracts. No matter how much they say you have given away your rights by agreeing to illegal terms and conditions, the courts won't accept it. It's not legal and they know it.

they also know that most people won't fight them over it, thinking they agreed to it, like you are.

if agreeing to something made it legal, we'd have slavery and drugs being legal.
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Can u put kodi on this
This arrived today, looks like new, great deal!
I have seen much difference on small screens as well. On top of that, all the electronics in 4k TVs are new. It is not just screen size but bandwidth, content protection technology and screen technology which matters as well. You can always watch lower resolution programmes in High resolution but not the other way around . Wait some time these will be selling for peanuts just like Cathode Ray tube and 720p Lcd screens which sell for free and heaps of them at your local dump to collect.
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No 4k or hdmi 2.0. Obsolete
​Once you see the picture in 4k , it shows the difference. 4K TVs upscale to 4k, lower resolution content. If you want to play hdcp content on non hdcp hdmi socket, it does not play. Most new set top boxes & nvidia TV player etc this year with come with hdcp protection.

The screen is only 22" though - on a 60" screen 4K would be welcome but I doubt you'll see much of a difference at this size...
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No 4k or hdmi 2.0. Obsolete


​Once you see the picture in 4k , it shows the difference. 4K TVs upscale to 4k, lower resolution content. If you want to play hdcp content on non hdcp hdmi socket, it does not play. Most new set top boxes & nvidia TV player etc this year with come with hdcp protection.
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Here's a little tip... Mention this at Richer Sounds and they will take £50 off your purchase for mentioning Cash for Goals, not to mention the 6 years guarantee (if you buy a TV).

So no worrying about England not scoring a single goal ;)
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I think you would have to be a Spain supporter. Highest scoring team in 2012 Euros

Only 'cos Northern Ireland weren't there. Don't sweat it. We've got it this time. X)
I think you would have to be a Spain supporter. Highest scoring team in 2012 Euros
If Vardy and Kane are anywhere near as good as the press makes them out to be, free telly!
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[i] have been using this for a few weeks now and I notice the dirty screen effect. Does anyone have a solutionfor this
The problem is this - the picture (dark scenes, black borders etc) is acceptable in relatively strong natural daylight. This screen is very reflective. But once you watch in the evening, in an average lit room (60 - 100w), you can't help notice that in scenes where it should be dark, there's a greyish black tint / shimmer. A bit like someone's got the brightness turned up more than they should. I keep going back to the advanced contrast blurb on their marketing for this set.

There's also I think what they call DSE - dirty screen effect, where it's noticeable in light solid colours and especially when the shot is panning. Check ITV when the scroll now, next, then at the bottom half of the screen. You might even notice it when wtahcing football for example.
Your TV must be faulty.
My TV has blacks that are too black if anything.
It needs a fair bit of tweaking to find a good setting that shows the detail in dark areas.
Oh, and anyone else think their screen is dirty?

Something just isn't right with my set, but due to AO's awkard returns policy, I'm nervous getting touch with them. Won't be using or recommending them to anyone for this point alone.



Edited By: KayeeEn on May 15, 2016 22:02
Well, I've unpacked mine again to give it another whirl. No matter what settings I try, I just cannot get the blacks to be how it should be. Can't believe how crap this TV is - really think I've have done the same, if not better, with a budget panel!

Comparing to my Sony 37" from a few years ago, the blacks on which I didn't find great (my LG 42LN543V was better), this 49x8005 is even worse. Currently watching the Queen's 90th on ITV. Scenes with dark backgrounds are grey. This is under normal lighting conditions. I don't expect it to be black, but should be darker tan what it is. So much for their advance contrast - I'd have probably been happier with the recent Argos / Philips offering!