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Argos Hisense H50N5300 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD SMART TV £449.10 with code TVS10

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Use code TVS10 to save 10% on this Hisense 4K tv get free £10 Argos gift card and free 2 year warranty. Never miss a moment of goa… Read More
Use code TVS10 to save 10% on this Hisense 4K tv get free £10 Argos gift card and free 2 year warranty. Never miss a moment of goa…
gravygoat01 Avatar3d, 1h agoFound 3 days, 1 hour ago9 Comments
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Is it me or is this overpriced for Hisense?
Don't get me wrong, I love Hisense, but they're usually available for better value than this.
At this price, you can get al LG with 4K, HDR and a 6yr warranty.
https://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/49-inch-smart-4k-hdr/lg-49uh610v
Ni0
Too big. Don't have a 50" run of wall

A 50" TV is only about 44" wide. Up to 55" they look OK in a normal living room. The 65" needs a big space
Too big. Don't have a 50" run of wall
only 3 HDMI ports??? this can't be the newer model.
Need to get a new tv but wanna stick with 3d as I have loads of 3d Blu Rays. Does anyone still sell them?
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Toshiba 49U6663DB 49 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £329.89 delivered with a 5 year guarantee @ Costco

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Here's another tv deal from Costco. Hope it helps someone. It's got pretty good reviews. Escape everyday reality and jump into the on-screen action with the Toshiba 49U6663DB TV. Displaying every on-… Read More
Here's another tv deal from Costco. Hope it helps someone. It's got pretty good reviews. Escape everyday reality and jump into the on-screen action with the Toshiba 49U6663DB TV. Displaying every on-…
Triads Avatar3d, 22h agoFound 3 days, 22 hours ago15 Comments
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damadgeruk
Your opinion and choice. I place a high value on reliability and have seen too many faulty vestel TVs to consider them reliable. Panasonic thought the same having taken a bashing following their use of Vestel rebadged TVs. I don't have proof to show you though if you Google vestel reliability you'll likely find why I won't buy. The warranty removes most of the concern in this case though I suspect it will be needed.
Fair enough, but reliability with any brand can be hit and miss - when I worked at Currys most of the TV returns we had were Samsung, so you have to question how much extra you're willing to pay for the perceived reliability of a brand.
jtalep1
damadgeruk
No, it's not. The picture quality may well be stunning though be in no doubt these are poorly manufactured devices with inherent issues.
Surely picture quality is kind of what you want in a tv...
If you have any evidence to back up your claims feel free to share :D
This deal represents fantastic value for money money.
Your opinion and choice. I place a high value on reliability and have seen too many faulty vestel TVs to consider them reliable. Panasonic thought the same having taken a bashing following their use of Vestel rebadged TVs.
I don't have proof to show you though if you Google vestel reliability you'll likely find why I won't buy.
The warranty removes most of the concern in this case though I suspect it will be needed.
damadgeruk
No, it's not. The picture quality may well be stunning though be in no doubt these are poorly manufactured devices with inherent issues.

Surely picture quality is kind of what you want in a tv...

If you have any evidence to back up your claims feel free to share :D

This deal represents fantastic value for money money.
This has an IPS panel but the 55" version of the same TV has a VA panel. What's the difference between the two panel types, is one better than the other?
jtalep1
manbearpig
As usual, just a reminder that Toshiba doesn't make it's own TVs (like every other brand apart from LG, Sony and Samsung). This is a Turkish Vestel TV. Go for a Hisense instead.
Doesn't really matter who makes it, I have the 43 Inch version also made by Vestel and it's as good as my Sony, if not slightly better and that was twice the price.
No, it's not. The picture quality may well be stunning though be in no doubt these are poorly manufactured devices with inherent issues.
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Sharp 49 Inch LC-49CUG8462KS 4K UHD LED Smart TV With Freeview HD - £329.00 @ Tesco

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Use code TDX-WPJC at checkout, free delivery too, code also works on anything over £150 on this page: https://www.tesco.com/direct/special-offer/save-20-pound-when-you-spend-150-pound-or-more-on-selec… Read More
Use code TDX-WPJC at checkout, free delivery too, code also works on anything over £150 on this page: https://www.tesco.com/direct/special-offer/save-20-pound-when-you-spend-150-pound-or-more-on-selec…
chrissatchell Avatar1w, 4h agoFound 1 week, 4 hours ago19 Comments
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Personally I would avoid Sharp TVs; they're low quality and its worth spending a bit more to get something allot better.
Good value but dire user interface
abhijitdash123
Which Hisense 49" have true 4k at this price?

i got my 49M3000 for £339 from AO when they had a £30 off code - happens quite frequently.

such as this https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hisense-h49m3000-49-4k-smart-tv-329-with-free-del-ao-using-code-2701927
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abhijitdash123
People, please don't ask about true 4K at this budget. :D You would never get a true 10bit 4K TV at this price.It will be 8bit but will be absolutely fine for more than 90% of us anyway at this price :D
Hisense do 'real 4K' around this price.
Also, HDR and 4K are totally separate so please don't say that 4K is not possible because 10bit isn't really available at this price.

Which Hisense 49" have true 4k at this price?
abhijitdash123
People, please don't ask about true 4K at this budget. :D You would never get a true 10bit 4K TV at this price.It will be 8bit but will be absolutely fine for more than 90% of us anyway at this price :D

Hisense do 'real 4K' around this price.

Also, HDR and 4K are totally separate so please don't say that 4K is not possible because 10bit isn't really available at this price.
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Toshiba 55U6663DB 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £399.99 delivered at Costco with 5 year guarantee

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Got an email about this today, hope it helps someone. I looked around various sites and this is the cheapest i've found. Escape everyday reality and jump into the on-screen action with the Toshiba 55… Read More
Got an email about this today, hope it helps someone. I looked around various sites and this is the cheapest i've found. Escape everyday reality and jump into the on-screen action with the Toshiba 55…
Triads Avatar1w, 21h agoFound 1 week, 21 hours ago65 Comments
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Triads
i saw that one as well, i did a google search and this is the cheapest around at the moment and it's got a five year guarantee.


Triads you don't have to justify yourself to anyone here. Thanks for posting this great deal. Heat added
hi.....what about Hisense 65M7000 I saw one for £895!! Is it OK?
Anyone know if u can download iptv app on the tv or is it not possible
daymouse
manbearpig
Before anyone gets too excited, Toshiba don't make their own TVs anymore and are all re-branded turkish Vestel's. Same as all of the other well known brands apart from Samsung, LG and Sony.
Just pick up any unbranded TV and it will be literally identical.
Didnt realise that! Thanks
Take it this would be a better deal from richer sounds?

https://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/49-inch-smart-4k-hdr/lg-49uh610v



This man knows. Loads of vestel tv's knocking about these days.
I was going to spend about a grand on a 65 inch Samsung but now I am just going to wait for Costco or similar store offering a 5 year guarantee to do one for around 600, not bothered about the 10 bit hdr stuff now as there is always going to be something new on tv's. Just wish there wasn't such a big jump in price from 55 inch to 65 inch.
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TESCO: Blaupunkt 43" Full HD 1080p LED Smart TV £143.48 In Store Tesco Liverpool One

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In Store Tesco Liverpool One. Yellow Sticker 'reduced' deal. Seems like it was previously £199, but £143 for a 43" full HD 1080p smart TV with built in Freeview HD seemed too good a deal turn down reg… Read More
In Store Tesco Liverpool One. Yellow Sticker 'reduced' deal. Seems like it was previously £199, but £143 for a 43" full HD 1080p smart TV with built in Freeview HD seemed too good a deal turn down reg…
DazLFC Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago11 Comments
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I had one of these on the black Fri deal @£150 however colour bleed on reds / oranges with a strange haze fluorescent haze around faces made it unbearable so it had to go back. I would have kept it had it not been for this problem. I found some documentation regarding this issue but it seems not every set suffers from it. Very strange !!
Thanks for all the comments guys. Like I say, I'm not expecting massive things from this, but not arsed at that price,plus with 12 MTH no quibble warranty, I can't complain. Was 2 there when I was in, but reviewing previous comments, it seems Tesco is the place to go for a tech bargain at mo. Sound wise, will try and pick up a cheap sound bar. I'm just happy to have 3 HDMI ports now, was a nightmare just having 2. Hoping it copes well with PS4 games being 1080p so time will tell.thanks for the heat guys
Not an AV freak but a word of warning, I was using a Blaupunkt TV over the weekend and there just did not seem to be any bass in the audio at all - rather bizarre considering this brand are known for their loud and bassy car speaker systems...

Edited By: Chaoslava on Jul 17, 2017 14:01: Jul 17, 2017 14:01
vsy
Good find. Tesco are having a range change on their TV's so there should be deals in all stores. I managed to get a Samsung UE49K5500 for £260, so the deals are there to be had. No doubt the AV Police will be here soon saying your find isn't as good as a £1200 Panasonic, but this is a great TV for the money nonetheless

Cold - not a 10 bit curved 8k OLED with 120fps G-Sync and 1ms input lag :P
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Goodmans G58ANSMT-4K 58" 4K Smart TV £459.99 @ ebuyer

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I think it's good price but no idea about the company Technical Specification Display Panel System: 58 inch LED Panel Purpose: TV/Monitor Optional Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Max. Resolution: 3840 x 216… Read More
I think it's good price but no idea about the company Technical Specification Display Panel System: 58 inch LED Panel Purpose: TV/Monitor Optional Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Max. Resolution: 3840 x 216…
humdan424 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago6 Comments
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is this a 10 bit panel (standard question from those who wish to sound intelligent)
For this price LG or Samsung.. well cold...
I'm not sure who the OEM is for Cello/Goodmans but they do have a poor reputation compared with the normal Vestel budget TVs. If it were £300 then it might be worth the risk. At this price? Forget it.

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STEWIEG
Goodmans TVs are made in the UK so quality is not bad. They have been around for 90+ years. The company, not their TVs!

I believe they're assembled in the UK rather than made here so the main impact on quality would be potentially better quality control rather than a more robust design.

The original Goodmans company was founded 90 years ago. Cello electronics who licence the brand to stick on their TV sets were founded in the 21st century:
http://celloelectronics.com/company-history/

Edited By: EndlessWaves on Jul 14, 2017 20:04: clarification
Goodmans TVs are made in the UK so quality is not bad. They have been around for 90+ years. The company, not their TVs!




Edited By: STEWIEG on Jul 14, 2017 19:20
Think the phillips with ambilight 55" deal on here is probably better

both TV's will have poor sound TBH
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Sony KD49XD8088BU 49 Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV – Black £441.00 instore @ Argos

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Sony KD49XD8088BU 49 Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV – Black Ex demo in store Glasgow Sauchihall Street Read More
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kidpaddyblue Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago6 Comments
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We bought one of these yesterday from our local Argos, ex display reduced to £410. Set it up this evening and experiencing problems with the picture/sound distorting for a few seconds every 20 mins or so! Downloaded and Installed the update but it hasn't made any difference. Tried unplugging it for 10 mins they powering it up again but this hasn't made any difference either. Shame because the tv itself is just what we were looking for.

The TV online info gives the TV date as Nov 2016 and the store said it has been on display for 6 months.
Will give the Argos support helpline on their website a call tomorrow to see what they say.
£500 in Carlisle. If it had been closer to this I might have bought it. But my techy mate hates his high end Sony.
You need to post INSTORE GLASGOW in the title.
It will have been switched on for 8 or more hours a day for the last YEAR and no warranty without paying a hefty fee
It's ex demo, 1 year warranty and only one of.
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LG 49UJ750V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 49" (2017 model) with Freeview Play & Crescent Stand, Grey £469.00 delivered @ Tesco Direct

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Was £929.00. Good price now. JL are currently selling for £849. Could be a misprice :P Free delivery at checkout Step into the colour brilliance of 4K HDR with LG's stunning flagship model UJ750.… Read More
Was £929.00. Good price now. JL are currently selling for £849. Could be a misprice :P Free delivery at checkout Step into the colour brilliance of 4K HDR with LG's stunning flagship model UJ750.…
iliveinuk Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago14 Comments
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mcormack
Think you'll end up with the UH model
It's the new model that has arrived.
TV arrived this morning (wasn't meant to come till 22nd July) and it is the current model, what a result!

Edited By: Bovrilontoast on Jul 14, 2017 10:18: Edited from the official Android app
£679 now
alexjameshaines
Dang! I've put myself down on the Tesco stock alert for if they bring it back in stock. I'm not surprised it's sold out to be honest.
it told me it was out of stock when I came to pay and it moved it to the saved list, I just clicked move to basket and it went back in and allowed me to pay! They will cancel the order no doubt
Dang! I've put myself down on the Tesco stock alert for if they bring it back in stock. I'm not surprised it's sold out to be honest.
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Yep I had 1 from Argos. Last 1 in 50 mile radius. Recommend downloading smart iptv


What's smart ipfv
Yep I had 1 from Argos. Last 1 in 50 mile radius. Recommend downloading smart iptv
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Snoop7
£449 @ argos
...with high chance of getting MU6100 instead of this o collection
yeah and out of stock everywhere
Snoop7
£449 @ argos
...with high chance of getting MU6100 instead of this o collection
£449 @ argos
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Samsung MU6100 50" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £519.96 Delivered @ eBuyer

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eBuyer daily deal! Looks to be a decent telly :) Ultra HD Resolution Smart TV HDR HDMI x3 Auto Motion Plus Technical Specification Display Resolution: 3,840 × 2,160 Screen Size: 50" Read More
eBuyer daily deal! Looks to be a decent telly :) Ultra HD Resolution Smart TV HDR HDMI x3 Auto Motion Plus Technical Specification Display Resolution: 3,840 × 2,160 Screen Size: 50"
msmyth Avatar2w, 24m agoFound 2 weeks, 24 minutes ago5 Comments
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It says 10bit (8bit + FRC) so not really 10bit
Very tempting...
Ordered one. Time to upgrade! Heat. Cheapest around for this model ATM.
Do these not have a headphone out socket? That's kinda tragic.
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Smart TV Samsung UE43KU6000 43" 4K Ultra HD LED Wifi - £409.00 (down from £499) - Amazon Lightning Deal

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Lightning deal down from £499 (18% saving)
Strandlight Avatar2w, 41m agoFound 2 weeks, 41 minutes ago15 Comments
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I'm on the fence over this Samsung 50MU6100, LG 49UH770V or the Sony 49XD8088BU

I'm after the TV for pairing with the Xbox One S and X when its available, the problem is I know for £500ish I'm not going to get true HDR but the Samsung is the worst out of the bunch, I think.
Mathaeus
Is this tv better than..https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01E3SQWUQ/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1499799831&sr=1-1&m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&dpPl=1&dpID=41YR-7vimeL&ref=plSrch
Amazon have it in their 'deals' right now for 549.. but I bought it last week for the old fella for 544? :/ go figure..

It's cheaper at Argos £521.10 with 10% off TV code, if you can find stock but it gets very mixed reviews!
trakker1
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Prosamuraiman
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Prosamuraiman
FYI, the superior 50 inch version (mu6100) is available from Argos for £449
Looks £689 to me??
The 6000 is being substituted with the 6100 if you purchase it from Argos. There are too long threads on HKD if it helps.Get this
HKD discussion linkshttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue50ku6000-50-4k-hdr-smart-led-tv-449-00-argos-2734181http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue50ku6000-50inch-4k-hdr-smart-led-439-00-argos-2711172
Wow thanks very much! I've reserved one and have them checking the model number on the box now
Do us know how you get on. Also if they don't bring out the 6100, ask them to get another one until they do :)

Third time lucky!! found one, confimed to be a 50MU6100 instead of the 50KU6000 for £449, thank you so much!

Just need to find some reviews quick, do these still suffer judder?



6100 or..

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01E3SQWUQ/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1499799831&sr=1-1&m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&dpPl=1&dpID=41YR-7vimeL&ref=plSrch

Thanks in advance for anyone who knows..
Is this tv better than..

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01E3SQWUQ/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1499799831&sr=1-1&m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&dpPl=1&dpID=41YR-7vimeL&ref=plSrch


Amazon have it in their 'deals' right now for 549.. but I bought it last week for the old fella for 544? :/ go figure..
trakker1
Prosamuraiman
trakker1
Prosamuraiman
trakker1
Prosamuraiman
trakker1
Prosamuraiman
FYI, the superior 50 inch version (mu6100) is available from Argos for £449
Looks £689 to me??
The 6000 is being substituted with the 6100 if you purchase it from Argos. There are too long threads on HKD if it helps.Get this
HKD discussion linkshttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue50ku6000-50-4k-hdr-smart-led-tv-449-00-argos-2734181http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue50ku6000-50inch-4k-hdr-smart-led-439-00-argos-2711172
Wow thanks very much! I've reserved one and have them checking the model number on the box now
Do us know how you get on. Also if they don't bring out the 6100, ask them to get another one until they do :)
Third time lucky!! found one, confimed to be a 50MU6100 instead of the 50KU6000 for £449, thank you so much!
Just need to find some reviews quick, do these still suffer judder?
Excellent news, glad you found it!
I don't see any stutter when I watch tv. I primarily use it as a monitor for my laptop though.
The apps on the tv are excellent by the way :)
I currently own Sony sets but passing one down to my lad so will use this Samsung for the bedroom, ultimately looking to pair it with the Xbox One X when released.

The Samsung replaced a Sony set I had as well. You'll notice the Samsung is a helluva lot faster than the Sony and the smart apps are a lot better designed. Enjoy the TV, man!
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Samsung UE40KU6000k 40-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - £348.23 (Reg price £439) - Amazon Prime lightning deal

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Amazon lightning deal. Usually £439 with a RRP of £599.99, meaning a total saving of £251.76 (42%) Read More
Amazon lightning deal. Usually £439 with a RRP of £599.99, meaning a total saving of £251.76 (42%)
Strandlight Avatar2w, 49m agoFound 2 weeks, 49 minutes ago6 Comments
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Price gone back up
This or the hisense m3000 43" for £289?
Good tv. Great picture quality . Games look great in PS4 Pro
A friend of mine has this TV and he's always complaining the Tizen interface is laggy, also he's had a few issues with software updates with bugs, certain functions playing up on the remote in certain situations, and then an update fixes it and the next one breaks something else. It's not a bad TV but because it relies on software as so many things do these days there's going to be bugs.
Bought this at Xmas from rs for 339 with 6 years warranty .ok for bedroom buy wouldn't says it's anything special ,
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Sony Bravia KD55XD7004BU 55 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now (2016 Model) - Black £559.00 Amazon Prime

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About this item Features Android TV - All the personalisation, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone on the big screen The clean and simple stand design adds class to any living space w… Read More
About this item Features Android TV - All the personalisation, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone on the big screen The clean and simple stand design adds class to any living space w…
BarrattsMini Avatar2w, 1h agoFound 2 weeks, 1 hour ago16 Comments
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collectorcol
I bought a 32" Sony that needed four people to move it back in 2002 for £1k...

Triniton WEGA?

Think I had one of those too! :/
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gianthair
You know using your Delorean to get to that expired deal you can't get anymore


It was live when I posted it. I was going to buy it myself. Posted to here. Came out of a meeting. Gone.


You're cool bro, was replying to the unhelpful comment about the D800, not your deal
OOS?
rand0m
I bought a W8505 in 2014 for £1200 and now a better TV -3D is less than half price. (mad)

I bought a 32" Sony that needed four people to move it back in 2002 for £1k...
gianthair
You know using your Delorean to get to that expired deal you can't get anymore


It was live when I posted it. I was going to buy it myself. Posted to here. Came out of a meeting. Gone.
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LG 43UH603V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play with 6 year guarantee included use code FLASH50 to bring price down to £349.00 @ richer sounds

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excellent price for 4k hdr set with 6 year guarantee Fully spec'ed to meet the new high standards in video, the LG 43UH603V is an HDR-equipped TV at a bargain price. HDR - High Dynamic Range for sup… Read More
excellent price for 4k hdr set with 6 year guarantee Fully spec'ed to meet the new high standards in video, the LG 43UH603V is an HDR-equipped TV at a bargain price. HDR - High Dynamic Range for sup…
BUCKUM2 Avatar2w, 4h agoFound 2 weeks, 4 hours ago7 Comments
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Did it work? I want one!
BUCKUM2
It was available online as well looks like code has finished you can order by phone could give them a ring and ask if they will allow you to use code
Thanks mate I'll give it a go
adeljay92
How do you add the code if its an in store exclusive

It was available online as well looks like code has finished you can order by phone could give them a ring and ask if they will allow you to use code
How do you add the code if its an in store exclusive
nice
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Hisense H55M6600 4K UHD 55 inch Curved Smart TV, Amazon Prime £439.00

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ktbffh Avatar2w, 16h agoFound 2 weeks, 16 hours ago15 Comments
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All gone.
Have the 65" HDR version since XMAS, Richer Sounds.. amazing TV.. 4K is stunning.
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Returned one of these this week (albeit with ao.com), had some clouding issues and after putting up with it a couple of months returned it. Turned me off hisense a bit but maybe I just had a bad one. Heat for the price though, cheapest it's been.
I think I have the same.issue, mainly in the bottom half of the screen ? Mainly noticeable in white screened or on panning scenes (especially football)

I had some white clouding around the bottom half mainly, noticeable on dark movies/pictures mostly.
Bought a Hisense 55" and had no end of problems with it, **** build quality and really terrible customer service. Ended up having to rent a TV while they tried to fix mine and its still came back broken... never ever again.
bought this 6 months ago, fantastic product! Friend of mine bought a Sony with the same spec for £1200, but mine totally wins by image quality, response speed...
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Prime Day: Sony Bravia KD55XD8005 55 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV £599.00 @ Amazon

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Cheapest it has been but not really in my price range. Netflix recommended TV 2016 and TRILUMINOS display for Lifelike colour, authentic images that evoke the emotion in every scene 4K high dynamic Read More
Cheapest it has been but not really in my price range. Netflix recommended TV 2016 and TRILUMINOS display for Lifelike colour, authentic images that evoke the emotion in every scene 4K high dynamic
lordjoesnow Avatar2w, 17h agoFound 2 weeks, 17 hours ago48 Comments
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Android OS fast! PQ superb and no light bleed, march 2017 build
Got mine delivered today at 7:30am! Got it all set up and so far no complaints! Picture quality is fantastic and having upgraded to Android Nougat out of the box the UI seems to be fairly smooth with no noticeable lag. Hopefully the experience continues!
Miss out this deal but I manage to grab a near new with just box damage from Amazon warehouse that is 20% off the price making it £563 absolute bargain!
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thefinest1
great deal for those willing to take a risk. I just don't buy TVs without some kind of warranty. shame I would have bought this in an instant!!
It does have a warranty

sorry, what I meant was, a 5 year warranty
ShaolinPunk
I have this TV (bought earlier this year from RS ) specifically because parents wanted new kit & thought i'd see if a 'regular' 4K sony would still be as good as a others w.r.t a few things such as refresh rates, the Android OS (which i'd seen on previous brands and it was very, very slow), etc.. Thought it was a good way to test it out as parents don't really do much 4K & if things weren't fantastic it would still make a really good 1080p panel for regular content (the upscaling/matching from SD/HD on this i'd read was pretty sharp)
I have to say it is a ridiculously good TV .. !
The UI is actually pretty fluid - Android updates have come out which helped immeasurably, I have Kodi installed (which works really well), Picture quality is awesome.. really pops out.. Both with HD and 4K content via Netflix, so DareDevil, Iron Fist (eugh!), Unfortunate Events etc .. & it all held up really well.. so much so that i'm considering getting another one for the flat..
The only issue I had previously was due to WiFi intermittent connectivity, but that's more down to this TV being in a place at the edge of a range extender .. (WiFi Analyzer on the play store is damn good for profiling these things) .. moved it around a bit at the same time an update rolled out.. between the two of them i've not had any drop-outs for months..
I haven't tested hundreds of 4K TV's, and as such YMMV/Reviews will have a different angle (& potentially different bias) .. but from my personal experience it's a really good piece of kit..

Thanks for the info :) I'm thinking of getting a PS4 Pro for this. I've read that in some TVs the HDMI has to be put in a certain HDMI port for HDR - is the same true for this set? Also, I've got a Samsung surround sound - will this just go into the ARC port and can be controlled with the TV remote? TIA :)
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SAMSUNG UE49KS9000 49 inch Curved 4K Quantum Dot Ultra HD Premium Smart LED TV Freeview Freesat HDR £799.00 @ Richer sounds

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Oh my 2nd one from John Lewis due to light bleed giving up and taking a full refund
This is a great deal, is very well regarded.
EndlessWaves
In terms of Samsung's 2017 range this sits somewhere between the MU9000 and Q8C, it's a much better TV than an MU6500.


Thanks
fugefa
What's it like compare to Samsung 6 Series UE49MU6500U ‑ 49"
I'm after a tv too

In terms of Samsung's 2017 range this sits somewhere between the MU9000 and Q8C, it's a much better TV than an MU6500.
"LAST FEW IN SELECTED STORES... Some may be ex-display or ex-repair or missing accessories, please phone to check stock if you are making a special journey"
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Samsung UE65MU6100 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with HDR Pro and Pur Colour £829.00 @ Co-op

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Amazing TV for the money. To get this price you have to trade in any old working 32" flat screen telly and they will deduct £400 from the website price. 3% Quidco as well. Read More
Amazing TV for the money. To get this price you have to trade in any old working 32" flat screen telly and they will deduct £400 from the website price. 3% Quidco as well.
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hasan6958
Still in stock?
Is this a 10 bit panel/"real" HDR?

Nothing is at this price/size. This particular model isn't even wide gamut, it's a non-HDR TV in hardware terms. You'd have to double your budget to get a decent level of HDR ability in a 65" TV.

zmmaths
How is this tv compared to the Hisense H65M7000 with a similar price? Thanks.

As this has gone downmarket from the KU6000 it's likely somewhere around the Hisense M3300 level depending on what criteria you're using. The M7000 is a better TV.


@EndlessWaves

How is this "downmarket" from last year model KU6000 ??
hasan6958
Still in stock?
Is this a 10 bit panel/"real" HDR?

Nothing is at this price/size. This particular model isn't even wide gamut, it's a non-HDR TV in hardware terms. You'd have to double your budget to get a decent level of HDR ability in a 65" TV.

zmmaths
How is this tv compared to the Hisense H65M7000 with a similar price? Thanks.

As this has gone downmarket from the KU6000 it's likely somewhere around the Hisense M3300 level depending on what criteria you're using. The M7000 is a better TV.
Out of stock
Just reported as an active deal. Not sure why it's showing as expired? But alas no spare TV for this deal, although they could have my old Sony CRT! Am I the only person in the UK waiting for their CRT to die?
hasan6958
Still in stock?
Is this a 10 bit panel/"real" HDR?

8 bit according to richer sounds

https://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/sams-ue65mu6100
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Panasonic TX-58DX802B Ultra HD HDR 4K 3D Smart TV (5yr Warranty) + DMP-UB300EBK Ultra HD Blu Ray Player £1,038.00 @ John Lewis

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Its £999 for the tv and £189 separately for the Ultra HD Blu Ray player, but John Lewis are offering them as a bundle for £1,038.00, which to me is a bargain.
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Bought Panasonic 65DX902B for £1799 from RicherSounds today.
jimx26
kha27
Ok this or the Lg 55" b6?
LG hands down, not even a contest.


I like this by accident! Not a fan of LG anything!
The b7 is the newer panel and same panel as the w series. It is 25% more brighter than the b6.
I was speaking to the LG rep in John Lewis.

I may hold back for the b7 which is £2k currently at totaldigital
kha27
Ok this or the Lg 55" b6?

If no interest in 3d then the LG b6.

Otherwise find a few more pennies in the sofa and get the c6
captainbeaky
Interesting design. Not sure what it would look like in the average sitting room though.

looks hideous to be honest.
I'd never buy a TV like that.
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Sony Bravia 65 inch 4K HDR Smart TV (2017 model) £1,349.00 @ Amazon DOTD

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Just to give an alternative viewpoint, I have had a nightmare with my 2016 version (KD-65X8505C). HDR on it is dreadful, with pale washed-out colours. Android crashes on a regular basis (often hourly). DSE/Banding is awful It's been swapped out 3 times now, all of which have been the same as the previous one if not worse. Having writtten to Kaz Hirai, the CEO in Japan, Sony have finally caved and offered me a refund. I wouldn't touch another one.

https://community.sony.com/t5/4K-Ultra-HD-TV/Sony-XBR55X850C-hdr-washed-out-colors/td-p/596485

Maybe this year's one is better, but for me last years was really bad.
I have the 2016 Sony tv model....best tv I've had to date with kodi installed directly, 65 inch is a must if you got the space :)
tickedon
By definition it is the older 'D' generation rather than this year's 'E' model series.
However, I also agree the comparision with a XE8 series is rather inappropriate.

By definition? I wasn't aware that generation was defined as being part of a specific year. In which specific year was Generation X born then?

Generations are usually defined as groups with significant amounts in common, and significant differences to other generations.

I don't know how you'd define the previous generation of TVs. Maybe Sony's previous platform, or non-smart completely. Or maybe Full HD or even SD or CRT. I certainly wouldn't call what looks like it's probably a minor yearly revision an entirely new generation though.

In fact given that Sony have dropped Android from this model I'd give good odds on it being a downgrade from the XD70 so that Sony can compete with popular budget 4K sets.
EndlessWaves
donslibi
EndlessWaves
The XE85 is a higher end model though, a better comparison would be the XD 75 for £1250 at AO.
That's a lower end model. This is somewhere in between. Actually closer the one OP quote as it's still in the XE range but the previous gen.
I can't find any reviews of the XE70 but I'd be surprised if that's the case. It's not the previous generation, merely a slightly older model released a year ago, that's all the E vs. D in the model name signifies.
By definition it is the older 'D' generation rather than this year's 'E' model series.

However, I also agree the comparision with a XE8 series is rather inappropriate.
donslibi
EndlessWaves
The XE85 is a higher end model though, a better comparison would be the XD 75 for £1250 at AO.
That's a lower end model. This is somewhere in between. Actually closer the one OP quote as it's still in the XE range but the previous gen.

I can't find any reviews of the XE70 but I'd be surprised if that's the case. It's not the previous generation, merely a slightly older model released a year ago, that's all the E vs. D in the model name signifies.
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Toshiba 49U6663DB 49 inch 4K ultra HD smart TV £329.89 delivered with 5 year warranty at Costco

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I've got sky connected straight to it not set up free view so I cant unfortunately comment.

Connected sound bar and sub to it sounds better. Worth the money but if I had paid £500 I would be disappointed. Other than YouTube rest of the apps are not worth the time..not amazon video either
improved my rf cabling and now ive got the HD channels ion the epg.
i seem to have lip sync issues now. both with the onboard freeview and sat box.
id expect it with the sat box to matbe need a tweak, as its external kit, but the internal tuner being out of sync is a bit concerning and surprising. is this all dependent on freeview signal quality?
Just got mine today. Happy enough but can't get freeview HD channels to show in epg. IE 101 BBC1 HD Etc. Also tv hangs on "loading interactive services". Has picked up loads.of freeview channels just not the HD ones. Anyone have any pointers. Freeview play is working but only in SD. Will be hooking up to Sky soon but if it's on there, it needs to work....
JoelMc5
Same price on AO if you use AOBIG20 (_;)
This one has a 5 year warranty. AO doesn't

Edited By: Triads on Jul 11, 2017 13:42
Same price on AO if you use AOBIG20 (_;)
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LG 60" 4K Smart TV - £699.00 @ Richer sounds (Instore)

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Richer Sounds have a deal on this LG 60" 4K Smart TV. Seems to be £100-£200 more at other retailers. - Model: 60UH625V - Ultra HD 4K IPS Panel - Edge LED - Freesat HD/Freeview HD - 3 x HDMI Ports - 6… Read More
Richer Sounds have a deal on this LG 60" 4K Smart TV. Seems to be £100-£200 more at other retailers. - Model: 60UH625V - Ultra HD 4K IPS Panel - Edge LED - Freesat HD/Freeview HD - 3 x HDMI Ports - 6…
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pavel76
ezzer72
pavel76
RGBW panel = fake 4K
ALL LG 6 series TVs are RGBW (or fake 4k, as some people prefer to call it), but look at the price, it's 1080p money!
If you want 'full fat', go for their 7, 8 or 9 series TVs, which cost more of course.
A hell of a lot of TV for the price, good find OP, heat added.
Not true... 58uh635v for around £600 after code at argos is proper 4K, so paying £700 for non 4K panel is really bad deal

I must admit to being surprised to learn that there is an exception in the 6 series range, but when all is said and done that is still a budget model, so won't deliver high end performance.

I still think this is a great price for a top brand, large size TV, with a long warranty.
Looks like a model that is 2-3 years old if not more.


Edited By: AJ92 on Jul 06, 2017 17:50
ezzer72
pavel76
RGBW panel = fake 4K
ALL LG 6 series TVs are RGBW (or fake 4k, as some people prefer to call it), but look at the price, it's 1080p money!
If you want 'full fat', go for their 7, 8 or 9 series TVs, which cost more of course.
A hell of a lot of TV for the price, good find OP, heat added.
Not true... 58uh635v for around £600 after code at argos is proper 4K, so paying £700 for non 4K panel is really bad deal
CJSILVA
10 bit?


No it's a 6 series, LGs entry level UHD range.
pavel76
RGBW panel = fake 4K

ALL LG 6 series TVs are RGBW (or fake 4k, as some people prefer to call it), but look at the price, it's 1080p money!

If you want 'full fat', go for their 7, 8 or 9 series TVs, which cost more of course.

A hell of a lot of TV for the price, good find OP, heat added.
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Samsung UE50KU6000 50" 4K HDR Smart LED TV £449.00 Argos

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Back at lower price again... when posted last time - many people confirmed they got newer MU6100 model instead of this :)
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Also given the MU6100. not got it out to test yet but pleased with the ungrade
JoelMc5
GamerJB
Just to make people aware, argos returns outside of 30 days are a nightmare.
I bought the 55" Philips that was on here the other week for £449
It had vertical banding and i wanted to return it.
Argos wanted me to ring a phillips number
Philips wanted me to download an image, test it, send a picture to them, send a video, send my soul etc.
They would then send an engineer to confirm.
They would then give me an RMA number
I can then give this to Argos to replace the TV blah blah
Long story short, i had it a week, said i didn't like it (within 30 days) and got my money back. I won't be buying another from them due to this hassle and the fact vertical banding is common, i want someone with good returns like amazon...

I bought the Phillips also from Argos but have not set up yet as i move house next week, now you have me worried :|


My procedure (Philips TV bought in September, stopped working in April) was to tell Argos I'd already spoken to Philips and been through troubleshooting. I said the last thing I wanted was to have to take the TV off the wall, and that I'd tried everything I could to get it working as I don't need the hassle. They asked if Philips had given me any reference and I said they hadn't, but I didn't realise I'd need any. They said that was ok and put me through to tech support. I explained this again to them and they were very nice and almost immediately gave me a dedicated RMA number to show to the store. I bought mine in a store directly so had to return it myself. Had I purchased with FastTrack they would have just delivered a new one and collected the old one. Unfortunately at the time there were none in stock so I got a full refund. I've since picked up the 55" model and mounted it in my bedroom. It looks ridiculous but is fabulous.

I wouldn't have any concerns about Argos, personally. My 55" TV had faulty wifi and Bluetooth when it arrived on Sunday too - I rang them and they sent a new one on the next available delivery slot the same day. Certainly don't think I'd get that sort of service from Currys.
sunjcb
Nathguitarman
Well it depends where you live. Just speak to argos and they will send you one when they restock which i'm told is every 3-5 days.
will they come to collect the old one ?

Yes they will deliver the new one, and collect the old one when they do.
Nathguitarman
Well it depends where you live. Just speak to argos and they will send you one when they restock which i'm told is every 3-5 days.

will they come to collect the old one ?
sunjcb
Nathguitarman
No I wasnt but i think that might be one of the picture settings on the tv. I spoke to Samsung and it seems alot of hassle to get a new stand when that might not even solve the problem. So i'm just getting a replacement from Argos later this week.If it has the same issue, then I'll try a new stand.
The tv is out of stock already, how do you get the replacement?

Well it depends where you live. Just speak to argos and they will send you one when they restock which i'm told is every 3-5 days.
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Great find, thanks!! Purchased two for the kids bedrooms :)
Purchased. Cheers op. Seems decent bit of kit for the price. Sound is a bit boxy but can't complain other than that.
Just bought two, ta.
Do for the menus on my new shop.
Gordinho
polg

...TV will be used for Xbone...
Is that an online "special interest" channel?
Nah I've the house locked down for over 18's so it's more like Minecraft, FIFA17, Rocket League...
Ordered reserved and picked up after seeing this. Set it up and compared to a Tesco one I picked up a short while ago for £189 and its great.
setup was easy / decent full stand although not heavy. Picture was great out the box bezel feels loose and rattles a bit and the remote is as pointy as a pointy thing and worry it will break in the middle but so much better first impressions than the blaupunkt. recording and pause are asking for a storage device which I expected. Freeview play looks like its just links to iplayer and hubs but will read the nice 50 page UK manual. Very impressed.
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LG OLED65E7V (65" OLED) @ Currys, £4,699.00 down from £4,999

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Masteryates
Wait 6 months and save yourself a grand.
And then the 2018 model will be out or on the horizon then. What you're essentially talking about is waiting for the current model to get obsoleted, like the 2016 one has been now (hence the .98 pricing and discounts). That's a valid decision of course, but it's more about waiting for something to get discontinued more than it is trying to get a discount off the current gen product.
Older, discontinued stuff gets price slashed when the new one becomes available - this is not really a revelation.
I've been keeping an eye on OLED's over the years and there prices seem to gradually drift down as opposed to a huge plunge when they are discontinued. For that reason, even waiting as little as 3 months will mean a better deal. Its just not worth paying the release day price.
It's a minor point but these haven't just been released, they've been around for at least 2 months if not more, hence why they're being discounted now.

So you're right, except that now is the better deal.
plewis00
I was agreeing with the same as the OP had already said, it's not a revelation that waiting for the previous model is going to be cheaper. It wasn't even my analogy - and it was a totally moot point if I wanted that model,right now and there was a discount to be had; the people who have the iPhone 7 and Galaxy S8 now aren't going to want it as much when next year's model launches, but they will be cheaper...
It wasn't anyone's analogy given it wasn't analogous (as I said).
bryanhaines399
Buying a second hand car would be analogous with buying a second hand TV. In this case the analogy would be buying the previous model of a car, which unsurprisingly is cheaper too. Why stop at one non analogy? You could buy an inferior brand and save even more. You could buy one off a dodgy bloke in the pub and save even more.I was once visiting a friend and his brother saw the neighbours putting an old TV out for rubbish collection. He brazenly walked out and returned with it and was delighted to find that he got sound out of it. That was cheaper too.


I was agreeing with the same as the OP had already said, it's not a revelation that waiting for the previous model is going to be cheaper. It wasn't even my analogy - and it was a totally moot point if I wanted that model,right now and there was a discount to be had; the people who have the iPhone 7 and Galaxy S8 now aren't going to want it as much when next year's model launches, but they will be cheaper...
plewis00
You could save even more (tens of thousands) by buying a used car, so should all the new car deals go cold too?
Buying a second hand car would be analogous with buying a second hand TV. In this case the analogy would be buying the previous model of a car, which unsurprisingly is cheaper too.

Why stop at one non analogy? You could buy an inferior brand and save even more. You could buy one off a dodgy bloke in the pub and save even more.

I was once visiting a friend and his brother saw the neighbours putting an old TV out for rubbish collection. He brazenly walked out and returned with it and was delighted to find that he got sound out of it. That was cheaper too.
plewis00
And as people tell narrow minded others, they are usually 'minted' because they are smart with their money, make informed choices and save money where possible. Not because they never spend it. To not use HUKD because you are 'rich' is a stupid notion.
If you're 'smart' with your money you wouldn't buy this TV for 5 grand in the first place!
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LG 49UH603V 49inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV £400.00 @ Amazon

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Need central stand. I have too narrow chest of drawer. Damn
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£538...
jumpinoffthbed
Wonder if this is better than the 4k lg850v I got for
a grand 2 years ago


It isn't
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Hitachi 43 Inch Freeview Play Smart LED TV - £279.99 @ Argos

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NOW TV Smart TV Box with Pause & Rewind, with 2 Month Movies Pass, Black @ John Lewis £29.99

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Never been £29.99 before! John Lewis are price matching Argos but you get 2 year g'tee. This is the SMART box dudes - not the cheapo black box.
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Please note the pause and rewind is for the freeview part of the box (and obviously on-demand), not for the streaming channels.
What does that mean? Your confusing! Can I paused and remind bbc 1 eastenders?

Yes, you can paused and remind bbc 1 eastenders. You can also pause and rewind it. X)

Edited By: alg on Jul 07, 2017 09:27
UKPokemonMaster
Please note the pause and rewind is for the freeview part of the box (and obviously on-demand), not for the streaming channels.


What does that mean? Your confusing! Can I paused and remind bbc 1 eastenders?
Please note the pause and rewind is for the freeview part of the box (and obviously on-demand), not for the streaming channels.
luvsadealdealdeal
umirza85
Theres a 4month movie pass and 5 month entertainment pass version for 34.95.... I'd jump on that one asap.
not really
a lot of us want these boxes for the Sports passes, the cinema & entertainment (or kids) passes are junk (to us)
we just drink beer to get free Sports passes etc

Oh really?

Funny it's every time a Movie/Entertainment bundle is posted the heat goes through the roof and people eat them up.

I think you're in the minority there pal.
Labman
luvsadealdealdeal

Never been £29.99 before!John Lewis are price matching Argos but you get 2 year g'tee.This is the SMART box dudes - not the cheapo black box.
It was £24.99 in Argos Nov/Dec 2016https://www.pricehistory.co.uk/product/6194202/now-tv-smart-box-with-2-months-sky-cinema-pass

otoh that's not £29.99 :)
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NOW TV Smart TV Box with Pause & Rewind £34.95 @ John lewis - Free c&c

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cocogumbo
Just an FYI, you need an aerial to watch Freeview & you can't use the internet connection to pause / rewind etc.


I plugged my TV into my old unused Sky dish.
Hello Freesat!
Thanks OP. One ordered and on its way to the local Waitrose!
Just ordered 1 for free C&C at Waitrose, thanks for deal heat added ;)
I love my NOW TV. Works out really good value using the vouchers in the cheap boxes and my Dad has one of the boxes. So even better value.
From_the_Midlands
Can you pause/rewind after subscription has finished?

Yes.
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Looking to replace our tv and each time i find one it gets voted cold so i dont buy. This one looks a great deal with JL price match reducing £100 and Samsung Certified Reward giving a further £100 ca… Read More
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KashifHUKD
This is the replacement I went for:https://m.johnlewis.com/lg-49sj800v-led-hdr-super-uhd-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-49-inch-with-freeview-play-ultra-slim-design-harman-kardon-soundbar-stand-silver/p/3215135
I had to pay extra £150, but the specs look promising. I hope I win this gamble ✌

Very nice! Hope it's as good as it looks and you're happy with it. Thanks for the update.
This is the replacement I went for:

https://m.johnlewis.com/lg-49sj800v-led-hdr-super-uhd-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-49-inch-with-freeview-play-ultra-slim-design-harman-kardon-soundbar-stand-silver/p/3215135

I had to pay extra £150, but the specs look promising. I hope I win this gamble ✌
Update: This morning I called JL about the replacement and they proceeded with it without any questions asked. I guess the issues with this model are known, that's why I was offered the replacement straightaway. After giving it a second thought I went for LG as a replacement
I missed their call and couldn't get in touch with them because of weekend. I'll contact them first thing in the morning and update you on this.
KashifHUKD
This would be my second choice:https://m.johnlewis.com/panasonic-50dx802b-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-3d-smart-tv-50-with-freeview-play-freetime-sound-bar-art-interior-freestyle-design-ultra-hd-certified/p/2711522

Both look like fine choices. If only the tech of the Sony could exist in the chassis of the Panasonic.

Have JL gave any indication as to how they will proceed?
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Samsung UE65MU6400 Ultra HD Certified HDR 4K Smart TV, John Lewis - £1,549 -, £1,149 after Samsung refund (£400) £1,149.00

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Richer Sounds has it for the same price but with a 6 yr warranty.
i found this site which helped me in decision making http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/8c5d631
collectorcol
A lot of TV fir the money, assuming you have a set to trade in, but what the hell is QLED?
It's Quantum Dot made to sound better than it is, not to be confused with OLED which was probably the main reason for the new branding.
This still uses a backlight.


Tv disposal seems to be at the retailer discretion, and as JL seem to charge £15 - I would guess that they will not want TV??

Edited By: scottishpunter on Jul 01, 2017 18:55
This is not QLED and only an 8 bit panel
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Sony Bravia 55 inch 4K HDR Smart TV (2017 model) - Black [Energy Class a_plus] £799.00 @ Amazon

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EndlessWaves
maxxd
Could be a typo of the Bravia 7073?
It'll be the same model as the XE7073 with a different colour bezel or some other minor difference though.
I've not seen any reviews of the XE70 yet, but last years XD70 and XD80 models are still available for less than this so it would have to have been a major improvement to be worth this price, which is unlikely.
Yeah, true, looks like it could be this one: http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/aa49bb4
8 bit + FRC for those wondering!

Local dimming in the Sony range doesn't start until the XE90, so panel bit depth is irrelevant on this model.
EndlessWaves
maxxd
Could be a typo of the Bravia 7073?
It'll be the same model as the XE7073 with a different colour bezel or some other minor difference though.
I've not seen any reviews of the XE70 yet, but last years XD70 and XD80 models are still available for less than this so it would have to have been a major improvement to be worth this price, which is unlikely.

Yeah, true, looks like it could be this one: http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/aa49bb4

8 bit + FRC for those wondering!
I think you'll find the 7073 has a Silver bezel, and the 7093 has a Black bezel:
Sony TV model numbers explained:
"the third and fourth numbers in the final four digits designate slight variation – mainly cosmetic – within the same model range. For instance, the Sony KD-55XD8577 sports a silver finish, whereas the KD-55XD8599 is black."
maxxd
Could be a typo of the Bravia 7073?

It'll be the same model as the XE7073 with a different colour bezel or some other minor difference.

I've not seen any reviews of the XE70 yet, but last years XD70 and XD80 models are still available for less than this so it would have to have been a major improvement to be worth this price, which is unlikely.


Edited By: EndlessWaves on Jun 30, 2017 12:55: typo
cocogumbo
BluesFanUK
No model number or info about it, not even on displayspecifications.com. Cold.
It says the model number on the Amazon site? Model No. KD55XE7093BU
Yes, but that doesn't exist at all when you search for it.
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RICHER SOUNDS CLEARANCE + 10% MORE OFF - SAMSUNG UE49KU6400 - 49'' TV 4k led smart TV for £359

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Got this TV on Wednesday. LEDs not work (could not see the picture ) slight ware on the outside. I would avoid these. Sending back for a refund. Glade I paid via paypal.
Anyone has actually purchased a refurbished tv from Richer Sounds? How is the quality and condition? Am interested in one model there but not sure about what I would receive with a few hundreds of £ spent. Many thanks.
behindtheglass
interesting. why ??

Pixel count matters less the further away from the display in relation to screen size
Out of stock :(
josephallen
No point in a 49" 4K tv unless you're gonna sit 6ft away.
interesting. why ??
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Panasonic 58EX700B LED HDR 4K Smart TV, 58" - £879.00 John Lewis

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EndlessWaves
Plenty of places still have the DX700 for £700-750 so an extra £150 for this year's update isn't a great deal.
pavel76
8 bits + FRC
No wider brightness range anyway.
... or £549.99 for refurb DX700 from Panasonic ebay outlet
Plenty of places still have the DX700 for £700-750 so an extra £150 for this year's update isn't a great deal.

pavel76
8 bits + FRC

No wider brightness range anyway.
8 bits + FRC
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LG LG-55UH770V 55" 4k HDR UHD Smart LED TV £699.99 Sonic Direct

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I have an LG plasma from 2009. great reliability and picture quality, but that is plasma and this is LED. just my 2 cents
deanos
lg used to be really bad for banding,have they cured that yet


I've no idea. Supposedly the sale doesn't start until Saturday and it's about a 20minute drive so I'm going to review it first. Watching YouTube videos now and it seems OK.

My friend just dropped £1,300 on a LG OLED and he seems to think that LG are a great brand
lg used to be really bad for banding,have they cured that yet
https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-audio/tvs/led-tvs/lg-55uh770v-silver-55inch-4k-ultra-hd-tv-led-smart-with-freeview-hd-lg-led-55uh770v-s/

£659 here with no warranty. If you use the code mentioned above it knocks off £50 and then 3 years warranty is £45.49 so still cheaper.

Looks like a one off payment only so still a better price but 0% may work better for others

A New Generation of TV

Televisions used to be simple. All you needed was an aerial and your TV would receive and display whatever the networks were offering on a given day. These days, things have changed. Digital TV and the rise of the internet have resulted in much more advanced TVs that are more like a hybrid of computers, smartphones and televisions. Smart TVs are at the head of the pack, but are they worth your money?

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While the technology to create Smart TVs has been around since the mid-1990s, it’s only been in the past five years that manufacturers like Samsung have brought advanced models onto the market. The basic format of Smart TVs is simple. High definition displays are combined with “Boxes” which download and store the software needed to offer enhanced internet and interactive services to users. In many ways, it’s a natural development of digital TV, and Smart TVs are rapidly becoming mainstream. In fact, by 2018, some analysts think that all new TVs will be "Smart". So it could be the ideal time to invest in a cutting-edge model.

What are the Uses of Smart TVs?

Why would you buy a Smart TV and not just a 4K or HD TV? Well, the difference is fundamental. Ordinary TVs have very limited digital functions and are basically just displays, whether that’s for gaming consoles, cable TV or Blu-ray drives. Smart TVs come with a computer processor attached in the form of their box. This allows the maker to regularly update software on the system and users to download new apps to add extra functionality to their TV.

The system makes it easier to combine TV watching with services like iTunes. It makes it simpler to manage on-demand TV watching, provides access to online games and social media platforms as well as streaming services like Netflix or Amazon.

With that range of capabilities, it’s obvious that Smart TVs are a useful tool for entertainment junkies. In some cases, they may also allow families to do away with expensive sound systems or even extra computers.

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Different Versions of Smart TVs

Leading Smart TV manufacturers include Samsung, LG and Sony – all familiar names to UK television purchasers. Their products tend to be fairly similar, with variation between different models. For example, you’ll find variations in:

  • Screen Size – Probably the first thing most TV purchases look for, the size of your screen is a fundamental influence on your viewing experience. The very latest Smart TVs have hardly any bezel (the outer frame of the TV), and are usually around 50 inches from corner to corner.
  • Resolution – Along with screen size, the picture quality of a Smart TV (or any TV) is another fundamental specification. The latest TVs generate resolutions far in excess of older HD TVs, with 4K Ultra HD systems leading the way. If you are the kind of person who zeroes in on any picture flaws, go for a 4K Smart TV if you can find a good deal.
  • LED/OLED/Curved – You’ll also need to choose between LED, OLED and curved displays. Curved displays tend to provide a more immersive viewing experience, but are easily the most expensive. OLED displays produce vibrant colours, while LED displays perform at a slightly lower level but use much less energy (and cost less).
  • Sound – Another key technical requirement of the best Smart TVs is great sonic performance. However, one handy feature of Smart TVs is their ability to interface with Bluetooth enabled home cinema systems and soundbars, allowing you to enhance their sound quality considerably.
  • Connectivity – A key aspect of Smart TVs is how they connect to other devices. Some of the most advanced TVs can communicate seamlessly with laptops, tablets and smartphones as well as Smart Remotes and Smart Keyboards, but this varies between different models. Look for TVs with Bluetooth capability (not all of them possess this) to maximise your connectivity options.
  • The Smart TV Interface – There is no standard software system used by all Smart TV manufacturers. Instead, different companies have their own app menus and internet browsing packages, and you won’t feel at home with all of them, so give them a try in person before you buy. Some systems are less flexible than others too. For instance, they may have certain apps that you cannot delete, or the ability to add new apps could be limited. So, check that too before making a purchase.

Smart TV Apps

The core of the appeal of Smart TVs is the software they use, so what differences are there in the packages available?

The most important apps used by Smart TVs are the Operating Systems they use.lg webos

LG uses WebOS, which is fast, offers quick USB playback, is well organised and caters for voice commands.
Samsung uses a system called Tizen OS which groups apps into “Hubs” like gaming, films or TV, offers viewing suggestions based on your past selections, includes voice recognition and also kinetic gesture-based control as well. Samsung’s system is also known for its high-quality connectivity between Smart TVs and tablets or smartphones.
Panasonic have chosen a Firefox based OS which is distinctive due to its easily customisable home page and FreeviewPlay which provides ready access to BBC, ITV and Channel 4 content.
Sony uses the Sony Entertainment Network. This offers more storage space than other systems, excellent compatibility with Android devices, the ability to use Apple phones as remote controls, USB playback and voice recognition.
Toshiba use the Toshiba Cloud which has an uncluttered "Multi-hub" interface, good USB playback and a fast refresh rate, which should suit gamers.
Philips use Philips Smart TV, which has built-in access to 50+ streaming services and innovative on-demand news services which build news content based around the user’s preferences.

Another key thing to look for is whether your Smart TV offers an internet browser as part of the deal. While all Smart TVs connect to wi-fi internet, not all of them come with a web browser as standard due to issues with displaying web pages via TVs (and possibly security worries). However, many do have a browser, so if that’s a key consideration for you, be sure to check the specs before you buy.

Almost all Smart TVs offer access to popular streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, the BBC iPlayer , All 4 and YouTube as well as music streaming apps like Spotify and Pandora (not iTunes).tv has never been smarter

They also allow you to connect to gaming services like PlayStation Now. Impressively, this service enables Smart TV owners to stream PS3 games like Assassin’s Creed directly onto their boxes. There are sometimes issues with lag, but the games tend to be completely playable. PlayStation Now requires a separate controller and subscription, although free access sometimes comes as part of Sony Smart TV packages.

Smart TVs also hook-up to social networking sites like Facebook, auction sites like eBay and useful apps like Accuweather, PowerPoint and Skype. The range of different capabilities is impressively broad, and getting larger all the time.

What to Think About Before Buying a Smart TV

Before buying a Smart TV, the first thing to think about are the practical aspects of your TV. Remember, no matter how advanced the software is inside the box, you’ll still need a TV that can be comfortably watched in your home. If you have a relatively small living room or bedroom, going for a slightly smaller screen makes sense. Larger screens are great, but in small rooms they can become hard to follow. Then again, if you are buying a TV for a larger lounge, you can be more ambitious. Go for something 50 inches or more across if you want to achieve full immersion in the TV, sport or movie watching experience.

Another thing to think about is whether you actually need all of the add-ons that come with a Smart TV. Being able to play Angry Birds (/tag/angry-birds) on your TV sounds great, but it might not change your life. Checking social media via your TV remote could be handy for YouTube or Facebook (/tag/facebook) addicts, but with smartphones and iPads (/tag/ipad) around, will you really use it that much?

smart tv android Smart TVs are probably most useful for families with a diverse range of interests. If you need to record sports, cartoons, films, TV shows or even social media videos, Smart TVs allow you to do so and organise your shows with ease.

However, it’s important to note that you don’t need to purchase a Smart TV to stream from online services like Amazon, Netflix or YouTube. All of this can be achieved on standard HD or 4K TVs by using streaming sticks available from companies like Roku or Amazon (for much less than the cost of upgrading your TV).

Having said that, within a couple of years all TVs sold from major high street and online merchants are going to have Smart TV functionality. So it might be worth adding a streaming stick to your older TV and waiting for the cost of Smart TVs to curve downwards.

What about security concerns? Many people have flagged up concerns about how Smart TVs can be hacked to gain access to personal information and bank accounts. Some have pointed to their use as surveillance tools. Those concerns are more or less theoretical (as far as we know) but the security issue is real, but no more critical than shopping online via your laptop. It looks like the best option is to exercise caution when entering personal details via your Smart TV and to limit your online purchases.

Pros and Cons of Smart TVs

At this point, you’ll probably have decided in your mind whether to go for a Smart TV, a conventional HD or 4K TV, or to stick with your laptop to view streaming services, but a recap of the strengths and weaknesses of Smart TVs could still be useful.

On the plus side:

  • Smart TVs offer access to a large and growing library of popular apps, including YouTube, Facebook, Spotify, Netflix, the BBC iPlayer, Accuweather, Skype and Pandora.
  • Some Smart TVs allow you to access gaming services like PlayStation Now and to play games without owning a physical console (though you’ll need a controller).
  • You can play simple online games on all Smart TVs, including popular titles like Angry Birds.
  • Smart TVs can evolve as manufacturers make software updates, allowing their capabilities to keep pace with technological changes.
  • You can make video calls and take pictures using Smart TVs, then add them instantly to your social media profile.
  • Advanced Smart TVs allow for cutting edge tools like voice and gesture recognition.
  • Smart TVs are available that integrate into Smart Home systems (like the Samsung SmartThings system), enabling you to control things like your home’s heating, security alarms or kitchen appliances.

Then again, you might want to think about the negatives:

  • You can stream Netflix movies, iPlayer shows or social media videos on older HD or 4K TVs by using devices like Amazon Fire Sticks at a much lower cost than buying a new TV.
  • Smart TVs do not include compatibility with Apple services like iTunes. To access your iTunes library, you’ll need to invest in an Apple TV.
  • Sometimes even the most advanced brands of Smart TV are susceptible to crashes and hanging, which could impact upon your viewing pleasure (though these problems are being ironed out).
  • Smart TVs don’t provide access to cable or satellite digital TV networks. To access those services, you’ll still need to purchase a digital box from the network provider. For example, if you want to watch BT Sport, you’ll need to apply for a BT Vision or YouView box (or stream the limited selection from the BT website.
  • Concerns have been raised about how vulnerable Smart TVs are to hackers, and whether their cameras could be used as surveillance devices.
  • However, despite those qualifications, it looks like Smart TVs will be the only option for people buying new TVs within a couple of years. The question for current buyers is whether to upgrade now or later?

There’s not really a simple answer, given that you can add a streaming stick to older systems and they can be hooked up to gaming consoles easily. Some people will adore the ability to scroll between apps easily, while others won’t appreciate the added complexity. It all comes down to whether you are comfortable with the new technology and it adds something to your entertainment experience.tv unwrap wonder

How to Buy Smart TVs

Smart TVs can be purchased almost anywhere that sells conventional flat screen HD TVs. Some of the most popular high street brands to visit include John Lewis, Currys, Richer Sounds, Sainsbury’s, Asda and Argos. It’s probably a good idea to head down to a local shop to have a look at how each TV works and whether the interface is one that you can use comfortably.

When you’ve found a system that you like the look of, you don’t need to buy it in-store. At the HotUKDeals Smart TV pages, you’ll also find plenty of discounts from online merchants like Amazon, Appliances Direct, AO and Electrical Discount UK. All of them offer regular reductions on major Smart TV brands like LG, Samsung and Panasonic, so shop around and wait until a killer deal materialises.

It's also a good idea to time your purchase to get the best deals. For example, major manufacturers like Sony and Samsung often run promotions around Black Friday and Cyber Monday in November, and the post-Christmas sales as well. Retailers also tend to lower prices during summer when demand for TVs is lower, so look for deals in July and August too (unless there's a major sporting event that year).

Find Smart TV Bargains at HotUKDeals

Smart TVs are changing the way we watch TV, use apps and interact with each other, and they will soon become standard in the UK market. To get ahead of the curve and explore what Smart TVs can do for you, keep track of the deals on offer on the HotUKDeals Smart TV pages and secure huge savings on HD TVs from the world’s leading brands.