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Hisense 40 inch Widescreen 4K Smart LED TV £269.10 delivered from ao.com

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looks likes a fairly good price for this tv and instock use discount code 4k10 for £269.10 delivered
Zool Avatar1d, 19h agoFound 1 day, 19 hours ago12 Comments
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SupraGaz
gta15
I watched this guy use the 43inch for a PC monitor and looks great https://youtu.be/sauwoFg3moo think that might be a different chip/generation though?
You're right, in the video it's the m3000 and the m3300 is a better model.
I've just ordered from Amazon, had some gift cards to use and if I don't like it they're easy for returns. I ordered the 40M3300. Some decent reviews and user images on there as well.

Good luck, let me know how you get on!


​Will do, this guy was impressed when he ran the latest update for the TV on his Xbox slim

https://www.avforums.com/threads/hisense-55-m3300.2028817/page-18#post-24105537
SupraGaz
gta15
I watched this guy use the 43inch for a PC monitor and looks great https://youtu.be/sauwoFg3moo think that might be a different chip/generation though?
You're right, in the video it's the m3000 and the m3300 is a better model.
I've just ordered from Amazon, had some gift cards to use and if I don't like it they're easy for returns. I ordered the 40M3300. Some decent reviews and user images on there as well.

Good luck, let me know how you get on!
gta15
I watched this guy use the 43inch for a PC monitor and looks great https://youtu.be/sauwoFg3moo think that might be a different chip/generation though?

You're right, in the video it's the m3000 and the m3300 is a better model.
I've just ordered from Amazon, had some gift cards to use and if I don't like it they're easy for returns. I ordered the 40M3300. Some decent reviews and user images on there as well.


Edited By: SupraGaz on Sep 26, 2016 21:59
I watched this guy use the 43inch for a PC monitor and looks great https://youtu.be/sauwoFg3moo think that might be a different chip/generation though?
gta15
Really want to get this for PC but not sure of input lag... Anyone use their PC on it?

I messaged Hisense on twitter asking the same thing and they responded with >50ms in 4k/HDR. However, I watched a YouTube clip of a guy testing it with GTA V and he said the lag was quite noticeable, he was using the 50" model though.
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New now smart tv box with 5 months entertainment £35.00

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Seen this in sainsburys. Includes 5 month entertainment pass
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They were £39.99 to begin with have never been £70
reddwarfcrew
Been this price for a long time. Be careful, I was in sains today and looked at them and both boxes there had been opened and I assume the pass had been nicked.
Thanks for that. Hadnt noticed it till tonight will expire it.
Been this price for a long time. Be careful, I was in sains today and looked at them and both boxes there had been opened and I assume the pass had been nicked.
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Samsung UE40KU6400 40-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - £449.00 - Amazon UK

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I added this TV to my wish list back in July and it was £520.00 then. Dropped to £449.00 the other day and looks to be holding steady for now. Just thought that was a decent drop and might be of inter…
Ven23 Avatar5d, 4h agoFound 5 days, 4 hours ago6 Comments
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£474 @ tesco direct.....get John Lewis to price match for 5 year warranty?
oui
Good Television. Only 1 small niggle does not support flash with web browser viewing .

Who uses flash in 2016?
Lucius
Nice but I'm still waiting for the 6000 to drop below £400 so I can get myself a nice 40" PC monitor.
Right now the 6000 is the same price (£449) for the 40". It has the best response and 4:4:4 chroma, and the best nit (brightness) before going full HDR premium (10bit) but it can display HDR 10bit.

If you are looking at samsung KU6XXX make sure you double check it is the model you want as the UK and US seem to swap the model numbers around.

If you want to see the 6000 for yourself (which is 6300 in the US): http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ku6300


​With the poor motion rating and it suffering judder would this not make it a worth while gaming TV even though the input lag is low?
Nice but I'm still waiting for the 6000 to drop below £400 so I can get myself a nice 40" PC monitor.
Right now the 6000 is the same price (£449) for the 40". It has the best response and 4:4:4 chroma, and the best nit (brightness) before going full HDR premium (10bit) but it can display HDR 10bit.

If you are looking at samsung KU6XXX make sure you double check it is the model you want as the UK and US seem to swap the model numbers around.

If you want to see the 6000 for yourself (which is 6300 in the US): http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ku6300
Good Television. Only 1 small niggle does not support flash with web browser viewing .
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LG 49UH610V 49 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV WebOS 3xHDMI (2016 Model) for £474.00 delivered at Tesco Direct

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Lowest price. Use eCoupon TDX-HTNK at checkout Free Delivery and 499 Clubcard Points With the LG 49-inch 49UH610v LED TV you can enjoy 4K UHD resolution picture quality that's 4 times the crisp…
bb8 Avatar5d, 6h agoFound 5 days, 6 hours ago18 Comments
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Got this! Thanks!
does the eCoupon TDX-HTNK at tesco/online still work?
thanks in advance!
mgb20
hamzii786
Is this any good? Especially for PS4 gaming?

My daughter plays OVERWATCH constantly on my set and she has said that it displays the best graphics she has ever seen. Hope that helps.


On the back of this breaking news I've just ordered 6.
hamzii786
Is this any good? Especially for PS4 gaming?

My daughter plays OVERWATCH constantly on my set and she has said that it displays the best graphics she has ever seen. Hope that helps.
brookheather
How LG uses fuzzy math to label some of its LCD TVs as 4KBy replacing every fourth red, green, or blue subpixel with a white one, LG boosts the brightness of its 6100-, 6500-, and 6800-series models. The trick works, but it sacrifices resolution.

The cheeky sods!
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sharp 32" smart TV LC-32CHE6131K £154.00 @ Amazon

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Available to pre order from Amazon. At £154 or less with free delivery. It looks a good deal with it being internet enabled.
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Euorpean sharp brand TV's are al made under license by UMC in Slovakia...(same as Goodmans/Technika/Blaupunkt and all the other cheap supermarket brands. )
forrest38
And this ones only 720p
So? oO
Sstuff
ivanroland
Do Amazon take the money when you order, or when its dispatched?
Dispatched.


Cheers
And this ones only 720p
If it's like the sharp one I bought at Black Friday then it's pure sheeeitte. Sound terrible and terrible glare during the daylight . Oh and bet it has that Bluetooth remote so you can't even pair the sky to it.

Sharp I always had thought were a leading brand but that was back in the 90s it seems
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Techwood 49AO3USB 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with 4x HDMI / 3x USB £314.10 delivered using code + FREE next day delivery @ AO

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Decent price, Ultra HD, 4K, Freeview HD, 4x HDMI & 3x USB for all your gaming and film needs 4K Ultra HD - Stunning sharpness, crystal clarity Freeview HD - 60 free channels including 12 in HD Sm…
goonertillidie Avatar6d, 22h agoFound 6 days, 22 hours ago28 Comments
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Holeinone
49", the new portable TV.


​proper made me laugh this
ive taken a little video of the youtube app playing a 4k video. i think its a really good picture Taken with Samsung note 4
I want a 4K TV but don't want to pay a fortune, I watch TV around 1-2 hours a day which makes this one perfect for me, all these people hanging around to sl*g it off it's one of the cheapest 4K TV's on the market no one is expecting miracles you get what you pay for!
omg the screen arrived today. it's amazing. I'm very happy with it.
cuza75
sam_of_london
cuza75
sam_of_london
fishmaster
brendanhickey
im looking for a tv the only thing that scares me about this tv is the 50Hz or i would snap it up
You missed the fact that it's a cheap crap TV?
​Still much better than expensive 1080p full HD still selling.
Rubbish. A good 1080p from one of the big boys will destroy this cheap crap
​No they cannot. Because they lack hdmi 2.0, hevc and 4k screen. 4k can play 1080p and everything you throw at it, not the other way round. You cannot compare the speed of a racing car with a normal car even if from reputed brand because they are in different league . If you are a big brand name licker or sucker then may God help you.
Yes it can play it. But how will it display it? Get yourself to John Lewis and compare the oled full HD and 4k sets side by side with the same feed. Took me and the salesman ages to notice the tiniest difference standing 2 feet away. My phone has a 12 mega pixel camera. Does this mean it takes better pictures than an 10 mega pixel camera?
sam_of_london
cuza75
sam_of_london
fishmaster
brendanhickey
im looking for a tv the only thing that scares me about this tv is the 50Hz or i would snap it up
You missed the fact that it's a cheap crap TV?
​Still much better than expensive 1080p full HD still selling.
Rubbish. A good 1080p from one of the big boys will destroy this cheap crap
​No they cannot. Because they lack hdmi 2.0, hevc and 4k screen. 4k can play 1080p and everything you throw at it, not the other way round. You cannot compare the speed of a racing car with a normal car even if from reputed brand because they are in different league . If you are a big brand name licker or sucker then may God help you.


​In big screen TV the pixels are like as dots on 1080p TV. If you sit near, it does not even look nice. If is very stupid to buy big screen 1080p TV. Just go to shop like curry s and compare. You will see the dots/pixels all the time in 1080p which ever brand it is.
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Polaroid 43 Inch Smart HD TV - Series 3 @ ASDA/George - £199.00

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Was £259.00 Enjoy crystal clear picture quality with the HD ready 43 inch Polaroid Digital TV. Ideal for gaming rooms, living rooms and bedrooms, it includes Wi-Fi connectivity so you can enjoy bro…
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Is this the TV that was reduced to £100 last Black Friday at Asda?.


​No.
Don't buy this the sound is terrible also they have a tendency to stop working unless you spend ages downloading and installing updates.... I know previously there was an issue with them overheating and in some cases they even exploded - if you want to burn down yiur house buy one of these.....
Is this the TV that was reduced to £100 last Black Friday at Asda?.
sam_of_london
1080p is finished. Just look in ebay for cheap bargains. Can get near new full HD TV at throw away price or for free. £199 down the drain when you can buy 4k.
you do realize that sky live tv only broadcast in 720p. for the vast majority of people that is that they will use.
not many have smart feature with built in wifi tho I got the 32" version for £139 and is great heat from me and also doesn't matter if it's not 4k not much you can watch in 4k atm yet
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LG 43UH610V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with HDR - £449.00 - Very

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Good price for a HDR TV for this size in my opinion. Doesn't include delivery. Specs are below: Energy Class: Class A+ Power Consumption (On mode): 53 W Energy Consumption per Year: 77 kWh
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How LG uses fuzzy math to label some of its LCD TVs as 4K

By replacing every fourth red, green, or blue subpixel with a white one, LG boosts the brightness of its 6100-, 6500-, and 6800-series models. The trick works, but it sacrifices resolution.
jimmymcmahon1
ChronosChris
Can someone explain this to me. People on this site keep saying these LG tvs are not proper HDR10, but on the LG website it clearly states that HDR10 is called HDR Pro by them. Read it yourself. http://www.lg.com/us/experience-tvs/hdr/4k-hdr So what is it then? Is this a true HDR 4k TV or not?
​I understand that this TV supports HDR10 in that it can process the 10 bit signal however it is only an 8 bit panel so you will not get the full benefit of HDR10 (you would need a 10 bit panel for that). I am by no means an expert however so someone with more knowledge on the topic may be able to elaborate.
your pretty much right!
ChronosChris
Can someone explain this to me. People on this site keep saying these LG tvs are not proper HDR10, but on the LG website it clearly states that HDR10 is called HDR Pro by them. Read it yourself. http://www.lg.com/us/experience-tvs/hdr/4k-hdr So what is it then? Is this a true HDR 4k TV or not?


​I understand that this TV supports HDR10 in that it can process the 10 bit signal however it is only an 8 bit panel so you will not get the full benefit of HDR10 (you would need a 10 bit panel for that). I am by no means an expert however so someone with more knowledge on the topic may be able to elaborate.
Can someone explain this to me. People on this site keep saying these LG tvs are not proper HDR10, but on the LG website it clearly states that HDR10 is called HDR Pro by them. Read it yourself. http://www.lg.com/us/experience-tvs/hdr/4k-hdr So what is it then? Is this a true HDR 4k TV or not?
iz123456789
jimmymcmahon1
hi all, does anyone know which is the newer model between this one and the 43UH661v ?
I would assume by the numbers that the 661v would be the newer model ?
Cheers
43uh661v is the newer and slighter better version. and also cheaper and you get 5 year warranty with free delivery so win win for the 43uh661v.

HUKD link here http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/price-drop-lg-43uh661v-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-with-freeview-hd-freesat-2513330


​Cheers mate. Order placed for the UH661V from John Lewis. Arrives on Thursday.
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John Lewis, £669.00, Samsung UE49KU6500 Curved HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 49" with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Playstation Now & Active Crystal Colour, Black

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43 inch version also available for £619.00: http://www.johnlewis.com/samsung-ue43ku6500-curved-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-with-freesat-hd-playstation-now-active-crystal-colour/p2779320?navAction=jum…
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Is it a HDR10 panel?
Go with jl prc not as good service if issues , like damage in transit etc
Additional services:
5 year guarantee included according to John Lewis
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(Price Drop) LG 43UH661V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" With Freeview HD/freesat HD & Metallic Design LG £429.00 @ John Lewis

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price drop from £499.00 got some heat in previous post by leemet123 1 month, 2 weeks ago http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-43uh661v-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-with-freeview-hd-freesat-…
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COLD for the reverse psychology self deprecating crap in your description.
english?
COLD for the reverse psychology self deprecating crap in your description.
ChronosChris
So every cheap TV I see on here is always met with "it's not true HDR", "It's not real 4k". So question is what TV in the £500-600 does have real HDR and proper 4k? Does such a thing even a exist? I just want a bloody 4k hdr tv for my PS 4 Pro.

good luck finding one between £500-600 with real 4K & HDR.

Remember to post on HUKD when you find one!

lol
So every cheap TV I see on here is always met with "it's not true HDR", "It's not real 4k". So question is what TV in the £500-600 does have real HDR and proper 4k? Does such a thing even a exist? I just want a bloody 4k hdr tv for my PS 4 Pro.
simon-c
Just purchased this at Richer Sounds for £419 Price matched with £10 discount & 6 Yr Warranty
Great set & actually smaller than my old LG 42LK530T, due to the frame
Only neg is no Magic remote

what is the image quality like on daytime telly coronation street?
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LG 55UH615V 55 Inch Ultra HD 4K Web OS Smart LED TV at Argos Was £999.00 Now £579.00

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Previous lowest price at Argos was £699.00 Great price for LG 55 inch Smart 4K TV, with stock at all my local stores (most have immediate collection) Please note the measurements on the Argos w…
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Gennip
I bought an LG TV (not this one) a few years ago and I wish I hadn't. The glare was absolutely awful. It was like looking in a mirror.
Thats like saying "I bought a Ford but it got a puncture. I will never buy a Ford again"
cold. only a 2.8k panel apparently.
Now £729.00
nothing at all wrong with LG 4k panels, the picture can be adjusted in the calibration settings, most of the models even have the calibration settings available online. We have 4 of them ranging from 43" to 65" in our house.
I picked this up last week it's a cracking tv picture us very clear!!
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Sharp LC-48CFF6001K 48" Smart LED TV Full HD 1080p Built-In Freeview HD Wi-FiREFURBISHED WITH 12 MONTH TESCO OUTLET WARRANTY £219.00 @ tesco ebay **Back in Stock**

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48" REFURBISHED sharp full HD led smart HDFreeview with 12months tesco outlet warranty. last time it was same tv but brand new went 530degree hot. this is exactly same but just refurbished copy
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sam_of_london
Full HD is finished. Don't buy old garbage. Buy 4k.

Here comes Sam and his comments. Full HD seems to be working just fine on my TV at home, doesn't appear to be finished since over the air broadcast HD isn't even full HD and never will be.
Full HD is finished. Don't buy old garbage. Buy 4k.
Buy 2 @least 1 might be good!
2nd hand telly
Abbottwaa
fluffdaddy
singhisking68

last time it was same tv but brand new
Mine wasn't, i got a shoddy returns TV. My one is going back to shifty Sharp this Monday. Who knows, some unfortunate soul from here might end up with it ;)
How many HotUKDeals members can end up with the same TV?
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Sharp Smart LC-48CFF6001K TV 48" - Tesco - £229.00 Delivered

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I have been shopping around for weeks trying to find a decent smart TV with a good screen size and saw that Tesco had this TV on for £279.99 and was ready to but however has been out of stock for a wh…
Zaid_1133 Avatar2w, 18h agoFound 2 weeks, 18 hours ago40 Comments
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DazLFC
looks brilliant deal...can anyone who has this tv comment on whether its decent for PS4 gaming and running amazon firestick off for kodi etc??
Mine is coming on Wednesday, I will let you know how it is for ps4.
​cheers mate...I know 4k is the future but tbh I'm not a massive gamer and have never had more than a 32" tv
Works like a charm on my ps4 mate, the picture quality is amazing and the sound is also loud which I didn't expect. Top buy


​seems some of the guys in previous comments got returned tvs, so wont take the risk despite a good deal
DazLFC
Zaid_1133
DazLFC
looks brilliant deal...can anyone who has this tv comment on whether its decent for PS4 gaming and running amazon firestick off for kodi etc??
Mine is coming on Wednesday, I will let you know how it is for ps4.
​cheers mate...I know 4k is the future but tbh I'm not a massive gamer and have never had more than a 32" tv
Works like a charm on my ps4 mate, the picture quality is amazing and the sound is also loud which I didn't expect. Top buy
Mine came today. Everything was looking new and nice but unfortunately TV is bend on the middle top frame.
After further inspection of box there was some small signs of bending so probably was damage during delivery.
It's working fine, nice picture and sound quality.
Waiting for replacement :)
For those that ordered this, inspect the packaging/TV well, as you might be unlucky like me and get a shoddy returns TV delivered. When the courier carried it in i noticed straight away the box had previously been opened due to a thin bit of cellotape put over the original opened tape on top.The courier said it could be a returns and low and behold when opening it it was. The box was quite tatty, the inner packaging polystyrene was snapped in half, the TV plug was loose and the TV legs loose in box with one TV leg in a child's clothing plastic packaging hanger ???, so very obviously a returns TV. I phoned up Tesco who informed me the TV came direct from Sharp themselves (as its a TV Tesco doesn't stock in there warehouses) and apparently Sharp will phone within 2 working days to arrange a collection. Tesco did ask if i wanted a replacement, but after they told me the TV came direct from Sharp it didnt fill me with confidence, as all i could think of was Steptoe and Son for some reason lol. Im still in disbelief i got a second hand/returns tv.

Edited By: fluffdaddy on Sep 15, 2016 17:30: a tiny bit more info
The only things that look good in 4K are sport and nature, everything else just screams studio or special effects.

The TVs are too far ahead of the available output!
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Roku Streaming Stick 3500EU - £19.99 ebay Argos.

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FOR THE ONES WHO MISSED FROM ARGOS Roku Streaming Stick 3500EU. Free Instant Pickup Using Fast Track Click & Collect Roku has the latest and greatest films, the best of catch-up TV, live spor…
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'Buy it now' response -
Seller blocks buyers who exceed the limit of currently winning or bought items.

'Add to basket' response -
The item you've selected wasn't added to your basket.
Don't worry OP you get a different breed of members this early on a Sunday. This will definitely help people. Thanks
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bilbob
I know the search function here is rubbish, but this is the hottest deal of the day... did you not notice?:)
Correction, I see this is ebay.. but it's also available in Argos stores directly... not sure why you'd choose to buy on ebay and collect form argos rather than buy direct?

This is from their eBay store, not directly from Argos, did you not notice?
Nice try on the needless sarcasm, but if you bothered to read my comment, you'll see I did notice.
Fair points, but I'm guessing (as happened many times before) it'll be back in stock in a day or so, once the huge HUKD rush purchases are over...!
bilbob
I know the search function here is rubbish, but this is the hottest deal of the day... did you not notice?:)
Correction, I see this is ebay.. but it's also available in Argos stores directly... not sure why you'd choose to buy on ebay and collect form argos rather than buy direct?

For the people like me who found it OOS at their nearest 10 stores, but can now get one delivered.

Thanks op
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>>EXPIRED<< Samsung UE55KU6000 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV WiFi £629.96 (ONLY 24HRS) delivered @ QVC >4 EASY PAYS OF £157.49<

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Item number: 508651 Cheapest I can find for this TV. £669 Refurbished Argos via ebay: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Samsung-UE55KU6000-55-Inch-4K-UHD-HDR-WiFi-Freeview-HD-Smart-LED-TV-/351811000819…
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Me too. I know sometimes these things can't be helped but it is pretty poor in my opinion. I wonder if it's worth complaining & seeing if we can get a discount :)
Same here. Weird as I called them this morning and they said it would be out for delivery tomorrow.....
Got the same message, w/c 7th October. That's a bit annoying.
Just received email that delivery delayed till w/e 7th October
Craig8CC
Has anyone else's been despatched yet?


I've heard nothing at all.
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Panasonic Viera 50DX700B 50 inch Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV only £559.99 @ VERY (with code)

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New credit accounts at very get 20% off with code KKCXX. Didn't think it would work with electronics but works with this - the TV is one of the best 4k tv's at a great price on the market and usually
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Should add new accounts to title and don't forget it's credit so they can refuse the order and give you less e.g. this order £559 they refuse it and offer you £300 credit instead.


Worked a treat for me. Open a new account and save 140 quid. Voting hot
Should add new accounts to title and don't forget it's credit so they can refuse the order and give you less e.g. this order £559 they refuse it and offer you £300 credit instead.
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Techwood 55ao3tsb 55" Smart TV £303.00 @ ao.com

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found this whist looking for a reasonably priced 65" tv. I know it's AO, I know it's only 1080p and I know it's Techwood. But it's still a great price for a 55" smart tv.
Nogbad251 Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago8 Comments
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Nujol
For fear of often posting exactly the same thing.
This is a Vestel and if you are going to buy this brand it would seem strange not to fork out about £80 extra for the UHD equivalent model (may be branded Techwood or Digihome or Celcus or Toshiba or Panasonic or JVC or Blaupunkt or...... The list goes on - all Vestel rebadges).

I'd echo this, I recently got the Digihome 55" UHD set from Coop Electrical for £350 delivered and it's a superb set for the money. Unfortunately the voucher code I used (TV35) seems to have expired but even at £379.99 (less if you count cashback), it's IMHO far better value to pay the extra £70 odd for UHD, which it supports on the built in apps and ALL four HDMI inputs, which isn't that common on budget sets (some of the Hisense ones don't do this)...


​some people can't afford the extra, hence looking at TVs in this price range. its a decent set, picture is good and sound is actually OK (make sure surround sound is OFF in settings)


True but let's be honest you could make the "people can't afford more" comment on any deal that's any price. It's about weighing up what you get for the price.

Eg Poundland food tubs - half the price of branded ones but seem to last a tenth as long. So affordability and quality/longevity/etc are a consideration.

Personally I think 20% extra for something which has 10-15 year newer tech makes more sense.

But yes I see your point.
ST3123
Nujol
For fear of often posting exactly the same thing.
This is a Vestel and if you are going to buy this brand it would seem strange not to fork out about £80 extra for the UHD equivalent model (may be branded Techwood or Digihome or Celcus or Toshiba or Panasonic or JVC or Blaupunkt or...... The list goes on - all Vestel rebadges).

I'd echo this, I recently got the Digihome 55" UHD set from Coop Electrical for £350 delivered and it's a superb set for the money. Unfortunately the voucher code I used (TV35) seems to have expired but even at £379.99 (less if you count cashback), it's IMHO far better value to pay the extra £70 odd for UHD, which it supports on the built in apps and ALL four HDMI inputs, which isn't that common on budget sets (some of the Hisense ones don't do this)...


​some people can't afford the extra, hence looking at TVs in this price range. its a decent set, picture is good and sound is actually OK (make sure surround sound is OFF in settings)
Nujol
For fear of often posting exactly the same thing.
This is a Vestel and if you are going to buy this brand it would seem strange not to fork out about £80 extra for the UHD equivalent model (may be branded Techwood or Digihome or Celcus or Toshiba or Panasonic or JVC or Blaupunkt or...... The list goes on - all Vestel rebadges).

I'd echo this, I recently got the Digihome 55" UHD set from Coop Electrical for £350 delivered and it's a superb set for the money. Unfortunately the voucher code I used (TV35) seems to have expired but even at £379.99 (less if you count cashback), it's IMHO far better value to pay the extra £70 odd for UHD, which it supports on the built in apps and ALL four HDMI inputs, which isn't that common on budget sets (some of the Hisense ones don't do this)...
For fear of often posting exactly the same thing.

This is a Vestel and if you are going to buy this brand it would seem strange not to fork out about £80 extra for the UHD equivalent model (may be branded Techwood or Digihome or Celcus or Toshiba or Panasonic or JVC or Blaupunkt or...... The list goes on - all Vestel rebadges).
Bernandito
what a surprise :)


​just checked, showing in stock again. let me add one to the basket
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It also has a filmon app with a tonne of channels....not all are great but a small selection of pay tv. You need to add this hidden channel via the website though using the channel code. And there are loads of others....one channel had just had access to all 7 star wars movies for example, another all star trek movies....again you needed to add the hidden code as the main one from the roku store reverted to just showing trailers.
And you can make your own apps using the roku app makers and then embed your own streams picked up from interent sources if you really want to do kodi equivalent stuff on top of everything else other people are doing. you just have to look....

What hidden channels show movies? I know there's a NASA channel on there somewhere...
This should be expired I think - now showing 39.99
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Uridium
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jigger1
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BigVern1984
You're better of getting the fire TV stick and installing KODI. Every movie and TV show on earth for free...
yeah well that's the theory....the reality of Kodi / Exodous / Pulse / SALTS / Phoenix etc etc etc is very much fingers crossed and hit and miss...to the point of exasperation
I agree kodi sucks! however plex iptv sub blows everything away for me
I've installed plex on my laptop but am struggling with the plug ins do you have a link for setting up the iptv ?
Hi mate the iptv subscription i use works on the now tv box its just a case of installing plex on a box then connecting to a server very simple. You can find what you need on a well known auction site just search the words plex iptv I'm suprised not many people know about this service available it is excellent and blows away any kodi build out there.
sshhh.....don't spoil it.
Let the masses carry on with the crappy KODI plugins while we enjoy Plex and IPTV
I think you might have used Kodi wrong if you think it's crappy.
kodi's not crappy its just not on the same level as a dedicated plex iptv sub don't believe me get yourself a free 24hrs test try it and thank me later
What would that give me over a paid IPTV sub in Kodi?
Not trying to be argumentative, just curious. I already use a paid service in Kodi that works awesome.
I would say its probably a similar service if your paying a sub the only difference maybe is just how simple it is to set up. There is never any need to update anything as thats done for you. Its purely a case of turning now tv on select plex and your good to go and the selection of channels,on demand films,tv shows,music,and just about anything you could ever want is there. I would definitely try a 24hr test and see how it compares with your service ive tried many streaming devices and for me this is the winner. now tv boxes cost next to nothing as well plenty of people sell them on here
That's fair enough.
I guess if you're willing to pay then Kodi/Plex is much of a muchness.
I run Kodi on a htpc in the front room and on my gaming pc in my office and have it on an android box in the bedroom.
I've put plex media server on my server this evening, will take a look. I did try it a few years ago and wasn't impressed but bought a new TV a few weeks back that has a plex client, so willing to take another look.

Plex for streaming from the web really needs a paid IPTV service..
.....but it can still be a very useful tool If you have lots of media stored already. Create Plex library folders pointing to your TV Shows/Movies etc..(I create even more granular folders for everyone in the home, e.g my TV shows, My Movies etc..) Then create a port forward on your router to your Plex server and everyone in the house can then access their own personal media library on whatever device wherever they are....Phones/Tablets/Browser...
Turns your home media library into a Netflix type library...and there are Plex clients for so many devices...



Edited By: Uridium on Sep 13, 2016 11:51: typo
Seem to have missed out :|
Looks like a few stores are starting to get them back in stock again in my local area for those that tried to find them, but missed out initially.
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Sony KDL48WD653CBU Black - 48inch Full HD Smart LED TV with Freeview HD + DVP-SR170 Black DVD Player £438.97 Del with code @ Co-op Electrical (more in comments inc Sony KD49X8305CBU Black - 49inch 4K Ultra HD TV, Smart, LED, Freeview HD, WiFi, 4x HDM

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Just ordered using a new code and got an extra £30 off Code is BOX30
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Use voucher code FLASH40 to take £40.00 off any orders over £400.00.
I tried applying this at checkout, and while the website said it was applied successfully, the price didn't decrease. Am I doing something wrong, or does this not work? Could anyone else try?
same here..I guess the code has expired..
Uttam
Use voucher code FLASH40 to take £40.00 off any orders over £400.00.

I tried applying this at checkout, and while the website said it was applied successfully, the price didn't decrease. Am I doing something wrong, or does this not work? Could anyone else try?
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Join co-op membership and get another discount,
What discount is given?
Once you join the COOP scheme they will tell you what the discount is on all different items ,
Ordered thank you x
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SAMSUNG UE55JU6800 55 Inch Series 6 Ultra HD 4K Nano Crystal Smart LED TV with Freeview HD and Built-in Wi-Fi. £699.00 @ RGB Direct

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no freesat?
And seems the best price for this TV at the moment ... I am looking to buy 1 for myself, if anyone can get me a link if available cheaper else where ?
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Good price, but no HDR as far as I can tell.
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Balls! Been waiting for a TV deal like this for weeks!!
Out of stock now
great price
Maybe it's worth paying a bit more for something with HDR? This looks like a really nice TV though and is very tempting at this price and from a good retailer.
Cracking deal, that's less than I paid for the 50 inch version of this. Great TV. Netflix in 4k looks fantastic.
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Samsung UE55JU6500 Curved HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD, Built-In Wi-Fi and Intelligent Navigation Reduced to clear Was £799.00, Now £639.00 John Lewis

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its only been 2 hours how did it go out of stock
Actually JL site is down for me
Out of stock X)
Probably never to return...
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it apparently got HDR but not HDR10, Meaning. Xbox one s HDR10 will not use full benefits unless tv has HDR10

Edited By: cookie2015 on Aug 31, 2016 18:03: wrong word
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yep, thanks..for confirming. but rather have the 6400 instead. better tv and processor

That's fair enough, I think about £100 more though at the moment. Would be nice to see a price drop there tbh
is this real HDR or fake/half HDR??
yep, thanks..for confirming. but rather have the 6400 instead. better tv and processor
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bagga212
code does not work, anyway i would go for the 6400 instead
Code working fine here?
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worth noting its 8bit hdr not 10bit so cant watch UHD blu rays or play xbox etc in true HDR
where did you get this information? i would like to buy this tv but i want to check the spec in detail.. if would be great if you can provide actual useful links?
thanks
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/051c47a
pavel76
Low spec basic model... 58" Panasonic DX750 for only £50 more will be a better buy
better spec in terms of what?
AStonedRaichu
worth noting its 8bit hdr not 10bit so cant watch UHD blu rays or play xbox etc in true HDR
where did you get this information? i would like to buy this tv but i want to check the spec in detail.. if would be great if you can provide actual useful links?
thanks
Low spec basic model... 58" Panasonic DX750 for only £50 more will be a better buy
I've been playing my ps4 (Overwatch/no mans sky) frame rates been good and it's pretty reactive
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Different box isn't it? Non smart version in Argos for £20?
The other boxes are exactly the same but have freeview so if you have a tv with built in freeview HD then the more expensive box is pointless. And the freeview ones are also 34.99 at Argos

er no the new smart boxes do slip for 30 mins also can stick an sd card in the back and video output 1080p only slight differences

and this box is £40 on now tv website

oh and amazon is £39 with 5 month entertainment pass

people should compare apples with apples

basil
wonder why the price dropped so quickly on these boxes, they've only been on sale a very short time.
May'be it's a windows vista type thing, released early, and had a rethink, and need a better box?
Put Plex on it m8, better than Netflix.
Currys? Though I could not find that item on their website?
JC1997
people who vote cold must be compare the price with the deal from yesterday :D

Yes, have to admit I did because of yesterday's deal. The price is fine really, cheap even for the new boxes but I'm still sore about missing the £19.95 movie boxes, had them in my basket (was going for 3 just to get free delivery) right up to last stage of checkout and they went, so frustrating.

Tried getting Amazon to price match but they weren't any help, wonder if there is anywhere else that price matches...
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I'm eager to get rid of the TV licence, would these allow me to do that or do I still need my aerial and therefore TV licence?
You still need a tv licence. They're changing the rules to cover streaming catch up too.
Only a matter of time before the licence is surely ditched and changed to a subscription instead that you can choose if you want it. Seems crazy now we still have to pay the BBC even if never viewing their channels.

Cheers, that's how I read it so I'll hang on until they make it a subscription service for the BBC at which time I'm off, biased pratts that they are.

Thanks everyone
Bargainsrule
I'm eager to get rid of the TV licence, would these allow me to do that or do I still need my aerial and therefore TV licence?
You will still have access to BBC, so as far as I know the licence fee will stay? Would love to hear that I'm wrong.
Schwarzenegger
Worth it for the HDMI cable and batteries alone!

Fair point the HDMI cable included is more than decent.
Bargainsrule
I'm eager to get rid of the TV licence, would these allow me to do that or do I still need my aerial and therefore TV licence?
You still need a tv licence. They're changing the rules to cover streaming catch up too.
Only a matter of time before the licence is surely ditched and changed to a subscription instead that you can choose if you want it. Seems crazy now we still have to pay the BBC even if never viewing their channels.
Bargainsrule
I'm eager to get rid of the TV licence, would these allow me to do that or do I still need my aerial and therefore TV licence?


​No need for aerial you just stream with WiFi you also get catch up.
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Does anyone know how much richer sounds cost to deliver and set up a tv ?
Richer Sounds would be your best bet :)
Does anyone know how much richer sounds cost to deliver and set up a tv ?
AO is nearly as bad as Vodafone for its customer service...stay away
H55 = 55", not 50"...
Anyway check ao.com return policy. If you will unpack your tv and later decide to return it, ao will take 45% of its price.... Never again buying from there again..
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Bought this along with a bracket from amazon on 36 months 0% finance. Picture is spectacular and I didn't feel the need for 4k on this size TV. The curve put me off at first but it really is very subtle and you hardly notice it at all.
Got mine last Thursday and have to say that I won't buying any TV other than OLED from now on - the picture is outstanding, and I'm critical. This is the first TV I've had that beats my expensive Plasma for picture quality and there's none of that weird smearing that happens with the LED I have in the front room - which was Sammy's top panel a couple of years ago. I'm amazed how good it is on normal HD broadcasts, the picture just stays looking clean and detailed. Goes without saying that the colours and blacks are phenomenal but I just didn't expect to keep being 'wowed'.
The interface, whilst it works blindingly well and I love the magic remote, is a tad sluggish for me - if it was faster I would be giving it 10/10.
I know it's not 4K, I know the interface can at times be slow but jeez - the picture is exceptional.


Edited By: Wolfylee on Sep 07, 2016 17:53: .
Bought this along with a bracket from amazon on 36 months 0% finance. Picture is spectacular and I didn't feel the need for 4k on this size TV. The curve put me off at first but it really is very subtle and you hardly notice it at all.
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I'm holding out for the Samsung 34-inch CF791 Ultra-wide due out soon... 100hz, freesync, 1440p, quantum dot...

There will also be others. They're all due about the end of the year. For example AOC AGON AG352UCX / AG352UCG, and Acer XZ350CK. BenQ is also possible but nothing known about just that they have a gap in their lineup.
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melted
Well these OLED screens are so thin that if they weren't curved, they'd probably droop :p

I'm all for OLED,the absolute superior technology for screens,but I dont understand why you think all OLEDs or all top of the range tvs are curved? they are not!
curve was just a gimmick implated into tvs 2 years ago,now slowly being abandoned.
2 years from now I guarantee there will be no curved tv just like 3D.

The fact of the matter is this is the bottom of the range OLED TV and at its price point they are only available curved.

The next cheapest models when I bought mine were both £1,800 4k OLED sets in flat or curved. I actually very marginally preferred the picture on the curved one to the flat when I viewed them in the shop. The model up that I thought was worth paying extra over the base 910v model was a 65" oled costing several grand.

I choose a TV on picture quality, price, reviews and guarantees, and don't give a toss if the screen is curved or not if it doesn't adversely affect the picture.
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Tequila
Curved = no buy
even if it's OLED.
My experience is that the people who don't like curved TVs, are generally those that can't afford one...
I have an LG 65" curved and it's fantastic, everyone who visits my home absolutely falls in love with it.
The curve is very subtle, not semi circular as someone else pointed out.
The problem is you have no idea about the high end tvs pricing.so you think curved tvs are the most expensive ones? curved tvs are almost outdated already.
if you go out and check the very best tvs you will see that flat screen oleds are the most expensive not curved.having curve has not much to do with the price or the rating of the tv.
You are a good example of the consumer market targeted by this gimmick.
you went out and bought one,now you think whatever that is not curved does not mach up X)

I was being a bit tongue in cheek with my comment, but to put it another way, the losers that wall mount Polaroids and Blaupunkts etc. don't need to worry about those brands launching a curved TV anytime soon.
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Why so many cold?
In my local Currys it's the 620 model at same price which has metallic facia and different stand though same spec.
The model above this is exact same price from Curry's this weekend
Great tv and a bargain at this price. Got one though selling out quick from what I can see! Heat added.
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LG 50UH635 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" With Freeview HD/Freesat HD, ULTRA Surround Sound & SUPER Slim Design for £599.00 delivered at John Lewis (5 year guarantee)

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I have the 58 inch version and although they say HDR a lot, this TV does not have full HDR compliance, it's just HDR compatible meaning it will display HDR content but won't have the full gamut. However, gimmicks aside, this TV has superb black levels and picture quality and that's all that matters surely?
​Thanks for clearing that up, sick of these sly ways that companies false advertise (_;)
​Yeah it's wrong to put HDR on the box when it's not HDR10 compliant. When I go into the options on mine, I have a picture option called HDR mode but it just seems to add more colour to the picture. I still think HDR is overated and will no doubt become the norm in a few years. The TV is incredible and I play a lot of games on my PC and Xbox One, and watch blurays and the picture quality is the best I've ever had, and I owned a 50 inch Sony 50W829 previously and that was an awesome set but this LG blows it away in the game mode and movie mode straight out of the box.
Can I ask what's it like at standard def I.e. Non HD freeview?


​Hmm I wouldn't purchase any new TV if Standard definition is your main source. I generally watch only Sky HD channels, stream HD from Netflix/amazon or play blurays. I haven't had a lot of viewing in standard definition but what I have watched is very average of a new TV, mine is the 58" version so I suppose it shows the blemishes even more, it's quite 'cloudy' if that makes sense, it's not unwatchable but you can tell when you aren't in HD that's for sure.
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prynolfc
EmperorRosko
I have the 58 inch version and although they say HDR a lot, this TV does not have full HDR compliance, it's just HDR compatible meaning it will display HDR content but won't have the full gamut. However, gimmicks aside, this TV has superb black levels and picture quality and that's all that matters surely?
​Thanks for clearing that up, sick of these sly ways that companies false advertise (_;)
​Yeah it's wrong to put HDR on the box when it's not HDR10 compliant. When I go into the options on mine, I have a picture option called HDR mode but it just seems to add more colour to the picture. I still think HDR is overated and will no doubt become the norm in a few years. The TV is incredible and I play a lot of games on my PC and Xbox One, and watch blurays and the picture quality is the best I've ever had, and I owned a 50 inch Sony 50W829 previously and that was an awesome set but this LG blows it away in the game mode and movie mode straight out of the box.
Can I ask what's it like at standard def I.e. Non HD freeview?
prynolfc
EmperorRosko
I have the 58 inch version and although they say HDR a lot, this TV does not have full HDR compliance, it's just HDR compatible meaning it will display HDR content but won't have the full gamut. However, gimmicks aside, this TV has superb black levels and picture quality and that's all that matters surely?


​Thanks for clearing that up, sick of these sly ways that companies false advertise (_;)


​Yeah it's wrong to put HDR on the box when it's not HDR10 compliant. When I go into the options on mine, I have a picture option called HDR mode but it just seems to add more colour to the picture. I still think HDR is overated and will no doubt become the norm in a few years. The TV is incredible and I play a lot of games on my PC and Xbox One, and watch blurays and the picture quality is the best I've ever had, and I owned a 50 inch Sony 50W829 previously and that was an awesome set but this LG blows it away in the game mode and movie mode straight out of the box.
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I'm not touching LG now because of the whole RGBW scenario. Lost a customer. You have no idea if you are buying a proper UHD TV. Anyone know if this is true 4k?
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LG 49UH750V 49 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV webOS (2016 Model) £599.00 @ Amazon (Lightning deal)

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Is this TV RGBW? I.e. fake 4k?
Is this tv worth it then ?
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iz123456789
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Just be aware it's not 10bit so it's HDR claims are a bit sketchy. Good price for that model though.
i see that everywhere on hukd now, what is 10bit hdr?
Simplest way to put it is that a standard 8bit screen can display millions of colours. A 10bit screen can display billions of colours.
HDR stands for high dynamic range. So kind of a much greater range of contrast. TV's have to be much brighter than standard TV's to pull this off properly.
ok, but i havent come across any tvs on HUKD posts that is 10bit? if you know any can you link it? thanks

It's pretty much top end Samsungs etc which do. If it has the Ultra HD Premium badge on it, it's 10bit.
brookheather
moneysavingkitten
iz123456789
moneysavingkitten
Just be aware it's not 10bit so it's HDR claims are a bit sketchy. Good price for that model though.
i see that everywhere on hukd now, what is 10bit hdr?
Simplest way to put it is that a standard 8bit screen can display millions of colours. A 10bit screen can display billions of colours.
HDR stands for high dynamic range. So kind of a much greater range of contrast. TV's have to be much brighter than standard TV's to pull this off properly.
Having 10bit versus 8bit doesn't increase the contrast (which is the difference between white and black levels) but does help reduce banding (more colours) when you have higher levels of contrast in HDR pictures:HDR TV: What is it and should you care?

I didn't say it did. I said it increases the amount of colours that can be displayed.
iz123456789
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iz123456789
moneysavingkitten
Just be aware it's not 10bit so it's HDR claims are a bit sketchy. Good price for that model though.
i see that everywhere on hukd now, what is 10bit hdr?
Simplest way to put it is that a standard 8bit screen can display millions of colours. A 10bit screen can display billions of colours.
HDR stands for high dynamic range. So kind of a much greater range of contrast. TV's have to be much brighter than standard TV's to pull this off properly.
ok, but i havent come across any tvs on HUKD posts that is 10bit? if you know any can you link it? thanks
http://www.trustedreviews.com/lg-65g6-signature-oled-tv-review
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Windows just isn't cut out for this kind of device. Linux is better for the this stuff.



A quad core Atom and 2gb ram? I've run Windows 10 on worse, it will be great on this
Windows just isn't cut out for this kind of device. Linux is better for the this stuff.
Paid over £100 at Christmas, these things are pi55poor.
Please, please, PLEASE check their own forums for the problems with them straight out of the box.
In fact, the issue regarding Wi-Fi is stickied on there.
Updated mine to Win 10, immediately lost Wi-Fi, like, the drivers never existed, common fault, eBay seller didn't even question it, late refund but proof shown and sorted.
I say again, check their own forums, QC must be non-existent up to the shipping door.

http://forum.tronsmart.com/forum/tronsmart-ara-x5#.V8CuK8vTXqB

Edited By: jacjacatac on Aug 26, 2016 21:58: Added link to the product fault.
This usually sells for over £100 http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B015CVMQTO/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
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LG 55UH661V 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview HD RRP £999 SAVE £200 NOW £799.00 (6 YEAR GUARANTEE INCLUDED) @ RS

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Ushering in a new era in picture realism, the HDR-equipped LG 55UH661V makes TV more immersive than ever. HDR - High Dynamic Range for superb contrast Taking 4K UHD one stage further, the LG 55U…
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Better than the Sony 55x8509?

I read that the LGs are often plagued with horrible banding for panoramic scenes
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MrPerks
can someone clever tell me is this a better picture than the Panasonic 50dx700b.
cheers


Yes it is. HDR and bigger screen.


​the Panasonic has hdr too
MrPerks
can someone clever tell me is this a better picture than the Panasonic 50dx700b.
cheers


Yes it is. HDR and bigger screen.
whats the input lag?