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Mini M8S II 4K Smart TV Box Android Amlogic S905X Quad Core Processor - 2GB+8GB UK PLUG £28.94 @ Gearbest

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£28.94 @ GearBest
As above, appears to be a decent price compared to elsewhere. Ordered 1 for spare TV so happy to wait for delivery. Might be useful for others. Specification General Model: Mini M8S II
As above, appears to be a decent price compared to elsewhere. Ordered 1 for spare TV so happy to wait for delivery. Might be useful for others. Specification General Model: Mini M8S II
pennyfarthing88 Avatar10h, 2m agoFound 10 hours, 2 minutes ago14 Comments
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andrewborland182
How easy is to get this to play files stored on a NAS or Windows PC?

Very, very easy. I have a couple of similarly spec'd devices that stream from my Synology NAS to VLC and Kodi out of the box. UPNP media serving makes it a breeze. I tend to use VLC on mine due to the simplicity.
good find PF, heat added :)
AndyRoyd
Is this the model that is known to have atrocious wifi performance?
From what I remember, the 8GB version is the one with the dreadful wi-fi, the newer 16GB edition was much better.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/mini-m8s-ii-4k-smart-tv-box-amlogic-s905x-quad-core-processor-2gb-16gb-30-62-gearbest-2534433?p=29036223
louiselouise
Wonder if they've sorted the Wi-Fi out on these, the Mini M8S and Mini M8S II (8GB) both had problems.
Review of the 16GB version, this reviewer says it's a Beelink box (?) About Wi-Fi (at 10:33) - seems to be better - https://youtu.be/ZXx10hempU0?t=631
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LG 65" 4K Smart TV 65 inch 4K HDR Smart LED TV Freeview HD £899.00 @ Richer Sounds

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Enjoy stunning clarity on a big 65 inch screen, with this HDR-equipped LG 65" TV. 4K Ultra HD TV - Ultimate Detail With 4K UHD screen resolution, this 65 inch LG TV gives a stunning picture qualit…
Enjoy stunning clarity on a big 65 inch screen, with this HDR-equipped LG 65" TV. 4K Ultra HD TV - Ultimate Detail With 4K UHD screen resolution, this 65 inch LG TV gives a stunning picture qualit…
nealbould Avatar13h, 34m agoFound 13 hours, 34 minutes ago12 Comments
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good find op, heat added
walbor
right now you can get a Hisense 65M7000 for the same price it has a far better specification
Where's that? Cheapest I could see is £1099.

My bad i quicky used google search using Hisense M7000 as my keywords the first entry was showing £899 for a 65 inch at AO turns out it's a K5510 not a M7000 .
BigVern1984
BigVern1984
EndlessWaves
Shakeyyy
8 or 10 bit?
The question is irrelevant, It's a UH615 so it's not even wide gamut.
Another arm chair except with no idea what wide colour and 10bit means...
Very basically, colour gamut has nothing to do with 8/10bit images. Any bit image could be displayed over a very wide colour gamut. Any colour gamut could display any bit image. Both can be useful, but they are not connected.

And if we were talking about a computer monitor that would be a valid point.

But this is a TV so the only time a 10-bit panel matters is for HDR content and this has none of the other hardware needed to display HDR.
right now you can get a Hisense 65M7000 for the same price it has a far better specification

Where's that? Cheapest I could see is £1099.
Rob_1304
Is this particular set with buying at this price though?

I'd say no the overall spec is very poor, right now you can get a Hisense 65M7000 for the same price it has a far better specification.
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Samsung 32 inch Smart LED TV and Freeview HD £209.99 Refurbished 12 months warranty at studentcomputers

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£209.99 @ Studentcomputers.co.uk
Been looking for a TV for the lads room for a while, this seems to fit the bill Cannot see another TV with this spec and price, I know it's Refurbished but the listing states Retail Boxed with 12 m…
Been looking for a TV for the lads room for a while, this seems to fit the bill Cannot see another TV with this spec and price, I know it's Refurbished but the listing states Retail Boxed with 12 m…
F1Lewis85 Avatar1d, 3m agoFound 1 day, 3 minutes ago2 Comments
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Seems a good deal, why so cold?
I bought Samsung 32" k5500 smart TV from Very recently. Using a 20% code got it for £279.99
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LG Electronics 43" 43UH661V HDR Pro Smart TV - £388.99 @ BT Shop

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Looks like a good price. Email exclusive £449 on Richer Sounds ' John Lewis/ Amazon
Looks like a good price. Email exclusive £449 on Richer Sounds ' John Lewis/ Amazon
jeremy113 Avatar3d, 18h agoFound 3 days, 18 hours ago26 Comments
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MrPuddington
jcluk
chippedskyboxes
Nice price - shame you can't add it to your BT bill and pay it later
That would be a lousy idea though? Going into debt for a telly?
Why not? That used to be quite standard, although admittedly TVs used to be more of an investment.

Still better than drinking a Latte Macchiato on credit - and I know quite a few people who do that.


The only debt you could argue that is ever needed is a mortgage. Taking on debt and risk to get anything else is daft.
jcluk
chippedskyboxes
Nice price - shame you can't add it to your BT bill and pay it later
That would be a lousy idea though? Going into debt for a telly?
Why not? That used to be quite standard, although admittedly TVs used to be more of an investment.

Still better than drinking a Latte Macchiato on credit - and I know quite a few people who do that.
greatnameuk
i got the LG 610 version a while back it was awful (poor colours, really juddery movement, and the sound was awful too) even though all the reviews said it was great, i sent it back!
Sounds like you have a lot of the post processing going on like motion interpolation etc. Would of probably looked like you smeared baby oil all over the screen.I wouldn't bother with the sound quality from a modern TV, just buy a home cinema setup. :)
daskapital
Would be surprised if anyone could notice the difference between 8bit and 10bit.

Extremely surprised. I wouldn't let it stop me buying a TV I liked. I happen to have an 8 and a 12bit TV (dolby vision 12 bit) and I can't tell the difference. Even when watching stuff in HDR. And even when watching the same thing in Dolby Vision and a MKV of the same thing ripped from a bluray.

True colour is 24 bit anyway.

I think it's really a case of more = better logic. Go check out the TVs on display in a store, look at the ones in dolby vision in demo mode and look at the ones that are 8bit in demo mode. Doubtful you will notice any better picture on the 12bit/10bit ones.

Very high colour bit rates often look quite cartoonish... like when you take a HDR picture with a camera, it can look a bit like it's CGI not reality.


Besides, unless the TV or the media quality is really bad, if you're watching a film and concentrating on the bit depth, it's probably a boring film :D
Great tv for the price. Just a few simple setting tweaks for great picture and sound.
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Argos Hisense 55 Inch M3300 4K UHD Smart Led TV £476.10 @ Argos

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Use code TV10 to get 10% off Good price for 55inch 4k tv Certified 4K Ultra HD with 4K upscaling Smart TV - catch up, movies, & more F…
Use code TV10 to get 10% off Good price for 55inch 4k tv Certified 4K Ultra HD with 4K upscaling Smart TV - catch up, movies, & more F…
discoman2016 Avatar6d, 11h agoFound 6 days, 11 hours ago13 Comments
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Old model. I wish it was M5500.
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LG 55UH605V 55 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV WebOS (HDR Pro, Local Dimming, ColorPrime Pro, Ultra Surround) - Silver https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LYT6W0M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_KRnRybZ30E6JE
Is this LG better value???
no it the cheaper lg RGBW structure panel but hey it was hot here £550 http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-55uh605v-55-inch-ultra-hd-4k-smart-tv-webos-hdr-pro-local-dimming-colorprime-2608527
makeseverythingup
LG 55UH605V 55 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV WebOS (HDR Pro, Local Dimming, ColorPrime Pro, Ultra Surround) - Silver https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LYT6W0M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_KRnRybZ30E6JE
Is this LG better value???
u mean this deal i posted http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/early-black-friday-deal-amazon-lg-55uh605v-55-inch-ultra-hd-4k-smart-tv-webos-hdr-2549722
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Samsung UE55KU6020KXXU 55" UHD Smart TV from The Gas Superstore, £549.95 (free del, free connection)

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Decent price, with free delivery, free connection and free recycling, also Saturday delivery is also free. Use TCB for another £10 off plus another 3.33% cashback. Quidco has 3.33% off Modelno
Decent price, with free delivery, free connection and free recycling, also Saturday delivery is also free. Use TCB for another £10 off plus another 3.33% cashback. Quidco has 3.33% off Modelno
soled73 Avatar6d, 12h agoFound 6 days, 12 hours ago7 Comments
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soled73
supersue
Let's be constructive - it's only fair if someone's bothered to list a good deal. Silly comments and senseless negative voting without good reason are not what this site is about. Heat from me :-)
cheers for trying.
Hope this reaction doesn't put you off listing good deals you find Soled. It happens to my son who lists bargains too. These people need to get off this site, and on to something more appropriate to their immature idea of fun and for those with similar inferior intelligence. Please do keep listing :-)
supersue
Let's be constructive - it's only fair if someone's bothered to list a good deal. Silly comments and senseless negative voting without good reason are not what this site is about. Heat from me :-)
cheers for trying.
Let's be constructive - it's only fair if someone's bothered to list a good deal. Silly comments and senseless negative voting without good reason are not what this site is about. Heat from me :-)
pennyfarthing88
The Gas Superstore eh'
Mm.

Hot air?
This deal ha blown be away! X)
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LG Electronics 43" 43UH661V HDR Pro Smart TV £390.00 delivered @ BT

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£390.00 @ BT Shop
£390.00 including postage.
£390.00 including postage.
tinnedbeans Avatar6d, 14h agoFound 6 days, 14 hours ago2 Comments
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PyroManiac
Any reason this is going cold?

Was considering this TV for my gran


It looks like BT have put their price up to £418.99 plus £3.49 postage.
Any reason this is going cold?

Was considering this TV for my gran
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Mini Revolution S3 2G/16G Android TV Box Android 6.0 CPU Amlogic S905X Dual Band WIFI 2.4GHz/5GHz Bluetooth 4.0 Blu Ray TV BOX stick OTA Update smart TV box(Includes wireless Keyboard) £45.89 Sold by SEGURO and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lightning Deal)

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Features: *Video format: Support 4K*2K,2160P Muti-format video decode Powerful codec capabilities: *UHD 4K 60fps HW decoding, supports multiple formats including H.265 10-bit, H.264 and AVS+ *…
Features: *Video format: Support 4K*2K,2160P Muti-format video decode Powerful codec capabilities: *UHD 4K 60fps HW decoding, supports multiple formats including H.265 10-bit, H.264 and AVS+ *…
Dealminboys Avatar6d, 18h agoFound 6 days, 18 hours ago11 Comments
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mel1408
jfclfc
for the money it's a good box
Is it 'legal' to use this type of box please anyone?
Having an android box is clearly not illegal, no more than having an android phone is.
Having Kodi, is also no illegal.
Selling a box loaded with add-ons designed to allow the user to stream content is illegal
https://www.fact-uk.org.uk/multi-agency-crackdown-on-illegal-tv-set-top-boxes-results-in-five-arrests/

Fact are quoted as saying the following
" When it comes to catching those involved in piracy, it is not our strategy to prosecute the end user. Our interest lies in identifying, disrupting and if necessary prosecuting the individuals who defraud the creative industries by knowingly stealing content – and who then make that content available through illegitimate means for their own financial benefit or kudos.”

This quote applies mainly to those uploading torrents, but, if you apply this streaming, it would require that they are able to identify that people are streaming any particular content at any particular time, which they currently cannot (and in all likelihood are unable to find all but the stupidest people uploading content in most cases).
It is possible to arrest and presecute someone selling a box, for profit, which facilitates piracy, as it is easy to establish their guilt.
Establishing that someone has watched an episode of Game of Thrones on a computer they legally own, with open source software, linking directly to a server, and without sharing the file in any way to a third party, is virtually impossible without imposing some very invasive monitoring, and, even then, would that person actually be guilty of anything? Having not made the content available, and having not made a copy of that media?
If you did establish that the watching of the media was a crime, could you then actually establish who had watched it?

Edited By: breslau on Feb 21, 2017 20:48
I took a chance on a box today on amazon £19.99 2gb / 8gb I even posted it on here and it got took down within a minute it was getting hot!

If anybody's interested in the spec let me know and I'll send you the link :)

Edited By: pennyfarthing88 on Feb 21, 2017 20:01: TE
powerbrick
Wouldn't the s912 chipset be better?
Multiple members of team Kodi and their buying guide says to avoid all S912 boxes. If you just want it for android then yeah maybe, but they are all apparently pretty buggy.

This deal is way overpriced anyway.
powerbrick
Wouldn't the s912 chipset be better?

It's newer with more power (8 cores on the cpu), but has few apps because it's so new.

Depends what you want to run, the guy that makes LibreELEC for example says he won't be doing a 912 version as he has no time. He can barely keep up with devolvement of the 905 version.
Wouldn't the s912 chipset be better?
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65 inch tv 4k UHD 65UME249B-P LED Smart TV £699.00 @ Finlux direct

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£699.00 @ Finlux Direct
Finlux 65 inch 4K UHD Smart TV with Freeview Play. Outstanding UHD picture quality. ! Freeview Play 4K UHD with 23 million sub-pixels compared to 6 million on Full HD TVs Smart apps include Ne…
Finlux 65 inch 4K UHD Smart TV with Freeview Play. Outstanding UHD picture quality. ! Freeview Play 4K UHD with 23 million sub-pixels compared to 6 million on Full HD TVs Smart apps include Ne…
nadera950 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago7 Comments
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My Finlux TV lasted 1 year and few days. Finlux direct refused to repair or replace. Waste of money.
Sorry bil bob she still has one my mistake
LOUGHBORO.GUY
My parole officer had a finlux picture is very good
"had"
454 is a scam seller on amazon btw. But appliances direct is 669. Lot of tv for that money. Nice that it has freeview play. Wish my Sammy had that.
My parole officer had a finlux picture is very good
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Richersounds: Pre-Order New 2017 Panasonic 4K+HDR Smart TV VIERA TX50EX750B with Active 3D £1,299.00

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Stock expected late March - Pre-order now! With processing tuned in Hollywood, the Panasonic TX50EX750B brings the big screen home. Super Bright Panel and Studio Colour HCX2 processing for stunnin…
Stock expected late March - Pre-order now! With processing tuned in Hollywood, the Panasonic TX50EX750B brings the big screen home. Super Bright Panel and Studio Colour HCX2 processing for stunnin…
son_alli Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago12 Comments
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This debate has really got me interested. I was about to spend £3000 on the LG OLED65B6V & SH7 from Richer sounds (http://www.richersounds.com/package/tv/tv---all/pah013540).

Having building work done and was about to give the builder the measurements so that the TV looks flush.

What else is coming soon? Happy to wait a few months.
Or is there anything else anyone would spend on instead?
Nono. No 4K, no HDR content. Why spend £££. I will keep my 50 Digihome TV which cost me £299 and still working over 2 years.
Is Panasonic the only big player still making 3D TVs?
webb204
Uridium
afroylnt
Poor backlight for this price I would spend a bit more for oled.
OLED isn't the be all everyone thinks it is...Yes the Ink blacks are nice but in the real world of day to day TV viewing having seen several current Gen sets demo'ed I was a little disappointed with the amount of tearing during fast motion and lack of sharpness on 4k source compared to some current gen high end LED's .
burn in appears to be raising it's head as an issue on some models as well....
You clearly don't own an OLED do you ,all of the things you have mentioned are complete non issues

Nope I don't own an OLED TV...so I don't need to justify my purchase, if you read my comment again you'll see I stated my observations were based on demonstrations. OLED might well be the TV technology saviour we are all waiting for however the current Gen sets from LG in the Demo's I have witnessed didn't impress me that much...certainly not enough to make me want to pay the premium over the top end LED's from Samsung. Perhaps as others have said it's down to LG's poor post processing chipset, I'm hoping this is the case and Samsung, Panasonic and Sony can deliver better with OLED panelled sets
Uridium
afroylnt
Poor backlight for this price I would spend a bit more for oled.
OLED isn't the be all everyone thinks it is...Yes the Ink blacks are nice but in the real world of day to day TV viewing having seen several current Gen sets demo'ed I was a little disappointed with the amount of tearing during fast motion and lack of sharpness on 4k source compared to some current gen high end LED's .
burn in appears to be raising it's head as an issue on some models as well....
You clearly don't own an OLED do you ,all of the things you have mentioned are complete non issues
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Techwood 55 Inch Smart LED 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD TV £399.00 AO on eBay

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From AO eBay, Smart, freeview HD and 4K for under £400 can't go wrong, hope everyone finds it useful and it saves them a couple hundred.
From AO eBay, Smart, freeview HD and 4K for under £400 can't go wrong, hope everyone finds it useful and it saves them a couple hundred.
JohnyStroker Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago3 Comments
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£30 code if spending over £399 comes up on their site after a few seconds of visiting AO

http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a54/mostlymilitary/random476.jpg
Sandy1012
There is also a £25 off code making it cheaper


What is the £25 off code? Please
There is also a £25 off code making it cheaper
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HISENSE 50M5500 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview HD - £499.00 @ Richer Sounds (Instore only)

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Enjoy a compelling picture quality with colour-boosting HDR on the Hisense 50M5500. Backed by four-times the resolution of Full HD, this 8-bit has the ability to play programmes and movies in a beauti…
Enjoy a compelling picture quality with colour-boosting HDR on the Hisense 50M5500. Backed by four-times the resolution of Full HD, this 8-bit has the ability to play programmes and movies in a beauti…
joesackey Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago3 Comments
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Have to agree with Oasismark! I got John Lewis to price match at this price, had it up for 3 days and wasn't massively impressed compared to an old Samsung LED, its also surprisingly a lot heavier
Bought this at Xmas and to be honest, wish i'd spent an extra couple hundred pounds on a more well known make as picture settings are almost impossible to set up with heavy pixels especially on darker areas. Also, really need to be sitting directly in front of screen as viewing angle is not the best...but heyho, you get what you pay for

Edited By: loosescrew on Feb 15, 2017 19:44
Im looking ta this but to be honest whats putting me off is the stand, its so wide! it wont fit on my and probably most tv stands
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Samsung UE40KU6400 40" 4K HDR Ultra-HD Flat Smart LED TV 1500 PQI Silver at Sonic Direct for £429.95

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£429.95 @ Sonic Direct
Looking at getting this and cant see it any cheaper.
Looking at getting this and cant see it any cheaper.
sharkalos Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago4 Comments
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Was £399 in richer sounds not to long back. Not sure of the current price..
toaster
A headphone socket is essential to me, Samsung must loose quite a few sales because of this penny pinching omission.

They might even lose a few too.

I'll get my coat....

Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Feb 15, 2017 00:51
A headphone socket is essential to me, Samsung must loose quite a few sales because of this penny pinching omission.
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Hitachi 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD FVHD Smart TV £359.99 + free CaC with code TVS10 @ ARGOS.CO.UK

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posted 5 monts ago with £449 price tag, now £ 90 chaeper !
posted 5 monts ago with £449 price tag, now £ 90 chaeper !
macobrum Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago138 Comments
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dalecool92
Wow like a mug I paid £449 for this 3 weeks ago. Do i have a chance of a partial refund??


Mug move!!!
pantaiema
rickinyorkshire
maj2509
rickinyorkshire
TVS10 code has expired.
They have these in Stock in Rotherham if anyone is still looking.
Who told you that TV10 has expired? I just tried and it works.
No one told me, i tried to use it myself.
If you notice on the picture from the op description the code is TVS10 and not TV10.
TV10 indeed expired a while ago.

As i said, TVS10 has expired:

http://i.imgur.com/QMlEIex.png


Edited By: rickinyorkshire on Feb 16, 2017 20:38
Need to pick up. It will probably not fit into my 4 seater car.
this TV really is excellent and makes me question the whole industry. My background is one of long standing in technology and I felt compelled to comment on this TV. Firstly a massive issue I have noticed with 4k TVs is motion judder which is a stutter when the camera pans. I have seen the issue with Sony hisense and these are the latest models. This TV is the best I have seen when it comes to motion simply stunning. The TV is a joy to use very smooth and well polished interface free view play button YouTube button TV guide has the free view play ability to go back. TV handles standard def as well as anything else. has a built in browser and the whole system is snappy. I won't bother with picture settings as this always comes down to personal preference and were the TV is used, though out the box the TV required no change to the default settings. I simply can not state how great this TV is even at 499 it's still a bargain. Now let's move on to Argos. These were selling like hot cakes so I reserved one at the price of 399.99 Argos online doesn't let you use promotional codes when reserving. in store the price had gone back up to 499.99 but was still 399.99 a lot of stores don't allow this and I also mentioned the tvs10 code and a manager 30 seconds later deducted the promotion. So all in all an excellent TV for 359.99 thanks. PS I am one of those bloke whose Mrs gets nervous when a new TV comes due too sending so many back for having issues which toh can not see. if like me you demand the best no matter if its a bargain then this TV really is fantastic even when full price let alone 359 BARGAIN QUALITY WELL CHUFFED kodi on my PC works perfect too
Tvs10 works, but the tv is now £499. The Polaroid 4K (exact same panel made by vestel) is still £349 at Asda. Picked one up yesterday in farnborough, they had three more there. The Watford supercenter also had a few when I passed by on the weekend.


Edited By: Spinal333 on Feb 16, 2017 07:23: Spelling
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Finlux 49 inch 4K UHD Smart TV with Freeview Play - £299.00 @ Finlux Direct

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I'm in the market for a new TV (after foolishly agreeing to give my daughter my Panny Plasma when she moves house) and thought this looked like a good deal. Freeview Play 4K Ultra HD Smart apps
I'm in the market for a new TV (after foolishly agreeing to give my daughter my Panny Plasma when she moves house) and thought this looked like a good deal. Freeview Play 4K Ultra HD Smart apps
colgrigson Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago31 Comments
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spannerzone
sandra51
I am amazed at how my 4K Toshiba upscales even SD to look almost as good as HD did on my earlier HD TV, not as good as 4K but a big improvement.
A friend has just been round and he was saying that he could not see the point of 3D but admitted he had not seen any recently. I put jungle Book in 3D on my Toshiba and he admitted it was worth having and he has a 4K Panasonic LED TV.
I then put Warcraft on at 4K and he agreed that it almost looked like 3D so if they had done full 4K in 3D we would have the best viewing experience possible to date. Unfortunately it is looking like only those of us with projectors will be able to enjoy 3D soon, if the manufacturers do end up dropping all production of 3D TVs.
If you know how to watch them there are plenty of movies available in 3D and also plenty in 4K but none combining them yet from what I can see.
Well I shall have to take a look at this, I've not yet got into 4K TV's so only going by what you see online and need to see it myself. No doubt 4K TV's will become pretty much the standard as manufacturers move over to it across their ranges of TVs.
There's no doubt that a 4K TV of this size for around £300 is stupidly cheap and hard to ignore.

If you are in east Lancashire you are welcome to come and have a look at my Toshiba 4K and I could take you round to see that very model of Finlux that my friend bought two weeks ago :)
sandra51
spannerzone
sandra51
Only those that have not seen a modern day 4K display showing 4K content.
Anyone who has actually seen 4K in action, even on a cheap set will instantly be convinced, even if they were previously a brand snob.
4K does look superb, you're absolutely right but how much 4K is there to watch compared to regular definition or full HD? not much at the moment, of course that will slowly change.
More important to many is how does a 4K TV display regular definition and high definition images? - some suggest non HD looks terrible on 4K TVs. I must be honest, I've not got one and not seen a 4K tv displaying SD programming and I dare say no shop will ever do that intentionally.
I am amazed at how my 4K Toshiba upscales even SD to look almost as good as HD did on my earlier HD TV, not as good as 4K but a big improvement.
A friend has just been round and he was saying that he could not see the point of 3D but admitted he had not seen any recently. I put jungle Book in 3D on my Toshiba and he admitted it was worth having and he has a 4K Panasonic LED TV.
I then put Warcraft on at 4K and he agreed that it almost looked like 3D so if they had done full 4K in 3D we would have the best viewing experience possible to date. Unfortunately it is looking like only those of us with projectors will be able to enjoy 3D soon, if the manufacturers do end up dropping all production of 3D TVs.
If you know how to watch them there are plenty of movies available in 3D and also plenty in 4K but none combining them yet from what I can see.

Pretty sure there was a news item on Click the other week stating that all TV manufacturers were dropping 3D.
sandra51
I am amazed at how my 4K Toshiba upscales even SD to look almost as good as HD did on my earlier HD TV, not as good as 4K but a big improvement.
A friend has just been round and he was saying that he could not see the point of 3D but admitted he had not seen any recently. I put jungle Book in 3D on my Toshiba and he admitted it was worth having and he has a 4K Panasonic LED TV.
I then put Warcraft on at 4K and he agreed that it almost looked like 3D so if they had done full 4K in 3D we would have the best viewing experience possible to date. Unfortunately it is looking like only those of us with projectors will be able to enjoy 3D soon, if the manufacturers do end up dropping all production of 3D TVs.
If you know how to watch them there are plenty of movies available in 3D and also plenty in 4K but none combining them yet from what I can see.
Well I shall have to take a look at this, I've not yet got into 4K TV's so only going by what you see online and need to see it myself. No doubt 4K TV's will become pretty much the standard as manufacturers move over to it across their ranges of TVs.

There's no doubt that a 4K TV of this size for around £300 is stupidly cheap and hard to ignore.
spannerzone
sandra51
Only those that have not seen a modern day 4K display showing 4K content.
Anyone who has actually seen 4K in action, even on a cheap set will instantly be convinced, even if they were previously a brand snob.
4K does look superb, you're absolutely right but how much 4K is there to watch compared to regular definition or full HD? not much at the moment, of course that will slowly change.
More important to many is how does a 4K TV display regular definition and high definition images? - some suggest non HD looks terrible on 4K TVs. I must be honest, I've not got one and not seen a 4K tv displaying SD programming and I dare say no shop will ever do that intentionally.

I am amazed at how my 4K Toshiba upscales even SD to look almost as good as HD did on my earlier HD TV, not as good as 4K but a big improvement.

A friend has just been round and he was saying that he could not see the point of 3D but admitted he had not seen any recently. I put jungle Book in 3D on my Toshiba and he admitted it was worth having and he has a 4K Panasonic LED TV.

I then put Warcraft on at 4K and he agreed that it almost looked like 3D so if they had done full 4K in 3D we would have the best viewing experience possible to date. Unfortunately it is looking like only those of us with projectors will be able to enjoy 3D soon, if the manufacturers do end up dropping all production of 3D TVs.

If you know how to watch them there are plenty of movies available in 3D and also plenty in 4K but none combining them yet from what I can see.

Edited By: sandra51 on Feb 13, 2017 17:37
sandra51
Only those that have not seen a modern day 4K display showing 4K content.
Anyone who has actually seen 4K in action, even on a cheap set will instantly be convinced, even if they were previously a brand snob.
4K does look superb, you're absolutely right but how much 4K is there to watch compared to regular definition or full HD? not much at the moment, of course that will slowly change.

More important to many is how does a 4K TV display regular definition and high definition images? - some suggest non HD looks terrible on 4K TVs. I must be honest, I've not got one and not seen a 4K tv displaying SD programming and I dare say no shop will ever do that intentionally.
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LG 60 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV HDR WebOS (2016 Model) - Silver @ Amazon (sold & dispatched by Amazon) £719.10

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for some reason when you click on the link it takes you to the more expensive seller. follow this link: Sold and Fulfilled by Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01EBXEQPG/ref=gbdp_vlo_4f6a…
for some reason when you click on the link it takes you to the more expensive seller. follow this link: Sold and Fulfilled by Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01EBXEQPG/ref=gbdp_vlo_4f6a…
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Ordered cancelled today, reason Magic Remote not included.
shariifi
On the waiting list for 10 minutes and got one in the last remaining 58 mins:
Order Summary
Item(s) Subtotal: £957.50
Postage & Packing: £0.00
Total Before VAT: £957.50
VAT: £191.50
Total: £1,149.00
Promotion Applied: -£429.90
Gift Card Amount: -£122.54
Grand Total: £596.56


​haha excellent! my order will arrive on Wednesday. Looking forward to testing out abit of Amazon/Netflix 4K streaming :)
shariifi
On the waiting list for 10 minutes and got one in the last remaining 58 mins:
Order Summary
Item(s) Subtotal: £957.50
Postage & Packing: £0.00
Total Before VAT: £957.50
VAT: £191.50
Total: £1,149.00
Promotion Applied: -£429.90
Gift Card Amount: -£122.54
Grand Total: £596.56
Gift card as well?! Nice!
On the waiting list for 10 minutes and got one in the last remaining 58 mins:
Order Summary
Item(s) Subtotal: £957.50
Postage & Packing: £0.00
Total Before VAT: £957.50
VAT: £191.50
Total: £1,149.00
Promotion Applied: -£429.90
Gift Card Amount: -£122.54
Grand Total: £596.56
sinxa
samlg
sinxa
samlg
Bought this one on the Lightning deal ... uh oh ... have I made a wrong choice?
​Its now 100% claimed in the space of 2 hours, Im sure if you cancel your order there are plenty of people on the waiting list to snap it up :)
ha! I'm such an amateur - that's the problem! I just need someone who knows what they're talking about to say 'you've got a good deal!' I need the confirmation! lol
Subjectively speaking, OLED is the future, but you are looking at £1500 cheapest for 55 inch - £2600 for 65 inch, so next best thing is LED 4K, I posted this TV last week at £824 and it received 200degrees + heat. Check out my history. You got a good deal
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LG 55UH770V 55 inch Super Ultra HD 4K Smart TV webOS (2016 Model) - Silver £719.00 Del @ Amazon

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Hasn't had the best reviews but feels like quite a competitive price. Ends today.
Hasn't had the best reviews but feels like quite a competitive price. Ends today.
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Bought this just before Xmas on offer for 600 ish with the sky Q offer.

It's a great TV for the price
samlg
Is this worth getting then? Is it true 10 bit?

You will never notice the difference between 8+FRC which the 770V is and a 10 bit set it's only the peak brightness that is the difference between this set and say a Samsung KS model.
I have 49" model and I'm very happy with it.I think it's a good price for 55". Not true 10 bit : 8+FRC
Good deal but looking for 60/65 inch under £900. Heat added.
This one has a bit better panel, with HDR super and Dolby Vision http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/8a0613174
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Samsung UE43KU6510 HDR 4K Curved Smart TV £499.99

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Cheapest this TV has been, add that it's delivered free from JL with a 5 year guarantee making it a good deal if you after a 43 inch 4k TV for under £500. The curved screen isn't for everybody but the…
Cheapest this TV has been, add that it's delivered free from JL with a 5 year guarantee making it a good deal if you after a 43 inch 4k TV for under £500. The curved screen isn't for everybody but the…
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LG 65 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV - Carbon Titan £1,124.98 @ Amazon

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Seems a pretty good deal for a 65" 4k TV. Sold and dispatched from amazon This high quality television supports 4K resolution which enables standard definition to upscale to near 4k like qualit…
Seems a pretty good deal for a 65" 4k TV. Sold and dispatched from amazon This high quality television supports 4K resolution which enables standard definition to upscale to near 4k like qualit…
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Masteryates
Rob_1304
If it isn't really 4k, why is it being advertised as such? Wouldn't that be false advertising?
Yes, its either got a resolution of 3840 × 2160 or it hasn't.

Not quite, it can display 3840 pixels horizontally or 2160 pixels vertically. Does that make it 4K?

scaredpassenger
4k as it isn't truly a 4k set due to the fact a quarter of all the image is made up of white only unlike proper 4k sets.

Uh...

Much 4K content, for example Blu-ray UHD, is 4:2:0 compressed. That means that three quarters of the colour information has been removed. Are they not truly 4K videos?

scaredpassenger
well as luck would have it my local pc world had both this and the 60uh850v on display right next to each other, running off the same 4k feed, this TV was bloody awful in comparison to the 850v! as far as I'm aware the manufacturer is being looked into with regards to them labeling it

The 850V is a higher end model with a whole host of other picture quality improvements so of course it look better. You have to compare it to similarly positioned TVs like a Samsung KU6000, Philips 6401, Sony XD70 or Panasonic DX600.

This is a mid-range TV and every mid-range TV has compromises that mean it can't reproduce a picture as faithfully as a high end TV. This is just one of many and I don't see any evidence that it has a much bigger effect than others.


Edited By: EndlessWaves on Feb 11, 2017 20:37
well as luck would have it my local pc world had both this and the 60uh850v on display right next to each other, running off the same 4k feed, this TV was bloody awful in comparison to the 850v! as far as I'm aware the manufacturer is being looked into with regards to them labeling it as 4k as it isn't truly a 4k set due to the fact a quarter of all the image is made up of white only unlike proper 4k sets.

to be fair just go and have a watch of one and compare it to any other 4k set, you'll see the difference!
Rob_1304
If it isn't really 4k, why is it being advertised as such? Wouldn't that be false advertising?

Yes, its either got a resolution of 3840 × 2160 or it hasn't.
This was £999 on Amazon the other day.
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Finlux 49 Inch Ultra HD Freeview Play LED Smart TV £150.75 @ Amazon

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Must be an error but successful order.
Must be an error but successful order.
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wildrob68
I bought one for £89.75, so thanks sandra51, has been paid for, dispatched, and fedex is the company delivering It, so wait and see.

I ordered received a cancellation email then later an email saying dispatched.
check you haven't also had a cancellation email - bet you have
crap with the same company?
I had this shenanigans with an SSD recently. Supposedly dispatched but the tracking number supplied was fake and nothing was dispatched or arrived. Refunded in a few days after filing a claim.
ajdj78
uk3g
If you checked the earlier thread you will have noticed it for £79 !! New seller, so buyer beware
Can u point me to that thread thanks

It would appear that the thread has been deleted which raises even more concerns.

Here is the link

Also that wildrob68 response below

wildrob68
I bought one for £89.75, so thanks sandra51, has been paid for, dispatched, and fedex is the company delivering It, so wait and see.
the thread has been removed. i ordered at 89.75 price had email its been dispatched.
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Hitachi 48 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - Argos - £299.99

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Looks to be a good price.
Looks to be a good price.
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this applies to the recent deal for the 55 inch version this TV really is excellent and makes me question the whole industry. My background is one of long standing in technology and I felt compelled to comment on this TV. Firstly a massive issue I have noticed with 4k TVs is motion judder which is a stutter when the camera pans. I have seen the issue with Sony hisense and these are the latest models. This TV is the best I have seen when it comes to motion simply stunning. The TV is a joy to use very smooth and well polished interface free view play button YouTube button TV guide has the free view play ability to go back. TV handles standard def as well as anything else. has a built in browser and the whole system is snappy. I won't bother with picture settings as this always comes down to personal preference and were the TV is used, though out the box the TV required no change to the default settings. I simply can not state how great this TV is even at 499 it's still a bargain. Now let's move on to Argos. These were selling like hot cakes so I reserved one at the price of 399.99 Argos online doesn't let you use promotional codes when reserving. in store the price had gone back up to 499.99 but was still 399.99 a lot of stores don't allow this and I also mentioned the tvs10 code and a manager 30 seconds later deducted the promotion. So all in all an excellent TV for 359.99 thanks. PS I am one of those bloke whose Mrs gets nervous when a new TV comes due too sending so many back for having issues which toh can not see. if like me you demand the best no matter if its a bargain then this TV really is fantastic even when full price let alone 359 BARGAIN QUALITY WELL CHUFFED kodi on my PC works perfect too
ADIDASADDICT
Hitachi make drills. Nuff said.
They also make diggers. :)
I'm sorry this is a really poor TV just steer clear. As I have mentioned before terrible and I mean terrible motion blur. Big and cheap doesn't mean it's good or has any quality. Much better off spending equivalent money on an end of line big brand name where the screen isn't vestal maybe even dare I say it 1080p. With ensuring decent gaming experience if that's your use for the TV. This doesn't have it.
MrPuddington
As far as I know, Samsung and Sony are the only big player in the game who still designs all the TVs themselves. Everybody else got out when big screen TVs suddenly got dirt cheap (in more than one sense of the word).

Last I heard Sony was using Samsung lcd panels in some of there TV if not all.
About 10 years ago or so, Sony started to move away from making most of the main components to buying in what it required. And assembling them in their own factories. Mexico for North America and Hungary / Slovakia for EU.
This was to allow them to concentrate on design and innovation of its products.

Don't know much about Samsung. I did hear that are they were the largest producer of lcd panels but that was a few years ago, may be over taken by now?

Edited By: CR_&_JR on Feb 12, 2017 13:39
jameshothothot
MrPuddington
accvio
One of the reasons I bought a Hitachi as my first flat-screen TV was that I had an old Hitachi CRT TV that for its day was excellent, and worked for many years. I didn't realize at the time that the rights to the name had changed hands.
It's easy for the consumer to be misled these days - SportsDirect do a good line in buying up previously reputable brands.
And of course that was exactly the point of this transaction: misleading customers to believe they get "Hitachi" quality from Argos. Both Argos and Hitachi are complicit, and customers are right to be annoyed. Once you start filleting a brand, it goes downhill.
​like my misleading purchase of a Toshiba. didn't know their cheaper models were vestrel
Toshiba don't manufacture any TVs (not for sale in the UK at least).
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Samsung UE49KS7000 49 inch SUHD 4K HDR Quantum dot Smart TV (w/ 5 year warranty) @ Crampton & Moore - £799.00

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£799.00 @ Crampton & Moore
Finally back to its Black Friday price people, and in stock... at a reputable dealer, with multiple stores across West Yorkshire AND with a proper 5 year warranty.
Finally back to its Black Friday price people, and in stock... at a reputable dealer, with multiple stores across West Yorkshire AND with a proper 5 year warranty.
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Disco.Dave
Wonder why they call them SUHD I thought that was for 8k

Zactly.. mind games... they then 'invented' QLED hoping that the short-sighted won't notice the Q and think it's a Samsung OLED telly, despite the new models being edge-lit LED with turbo boosted brightness.
Wonder why they call them SUHD I thought that was for 8k
TK42
This or the Panasonic TX-50DX750B ?
I went with the 50DX700B because 3D wasn't something I was invested in, so for £150 less went for the 700B.
Funny how many people here are in the same boat regarding this model.

Been almost like a poker game hoping for it to drop then bloody brexit came along and prices went the other way. Typical.

Why did Samsung chop the 60" model from the range from the KS8000 upwards? The KS7000 has a 49/55/60/65 option but the higher end models all jump from 55" to 65" ??
Hullfella1
Can someone tell me how far apart the feet are please.

102 centimetres.
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Panasonic DX700B 50 Inch 4K UHD Smart LED TV £584.10 with code TV10 at Argos

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Use code TV10 to save 10% good price midrange 4k Ultra HD picture is up to 4 times the resolution of HD HDR displays brighter colours and greater contrast Access 4k content on Netflix & Amazon Prime…
Use code TV10 to save 10% good price midrange 4k Ultra HD picture is up to 4 times the resolution of HD HDR displays brighter colours and greater contrast Access 4k content on Netflix & Amazon Prime…
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IPS TVs I've seen from LG do have wider viewing angles but the motion playback was noticeably worse.
wandaluzt
Jimmyboy
wandaluzt
Jimmyboy
Anyone own this TV and also an Xbox One S? I have had HDR working a few times and not sure what I've done but when looking at the 4K settings on the Xbox is says the tv doesn't support all the HDR settings. Odd as they were working fine. I've got it connected through an AV receiver but have also connected directly but still can get it to show the TV is supported. Any ideas? Thanks
If your amp doesn't support 4k or HDR pass through then you're out of luck. Connect it to the TV directly. You might also have to enable HDR on the HDMI port for your amp on the TV if it does support it and for directly connecting the xbox if you have to do that instead.
Thanks. The amp supports 4K and all HDMI inputs are 2.2 HDR enabled. I've ruled that out as the issue as directly connected to the tv. I've checked the tv settings to make sure HDR is enabled.
It's going to be something obvious I just can't see for looking! Scratching my head at the moment though.
Previously when it was working I noticed sometimes when I ran the check in the Xbox settings if it said the tv was incompatible with full HDR I restarted the system and turn the tv and amp off and on and it worked again.
It's frustrating as have bought a few ultra HD Blurays but don't want to watch them until i can get this working.
When it was working I watched The Revenant and that was excellent and looked really nice.
Guessing you've tried firmware updates too then? My amp supports 4k but not sure it does HDR. Will find out soon when I connect the Xbox one through it!
Good idea, thanks. I'll check both the tv and amp for updates.
captainbeaky
Jimmyboy
captainbeaky
marklp

Can't really fault it apart from viewing angles, just be warned blacks do become lighter very quickly.
That's fairly normal with VA panels.
What is VA please?
VA - stands for Vertical Alignment. Often used in TVs because they have better blacks than IPS (In-Plane Switching) panels. Viewing angles though aren't great.http://uk.rtings.com/tv/learn/ips-led-vs-va-lcd
Thanks
Jimmyboy
wandaluzt
Jimmyboy
Anyone own this TV and also an Xbox One S? I have had HDR working a few times and not sure what I've done but when looking at the 4K settings on the Xbox is says the tv doesn't support all the HDR settings. Odd as they were working fine. I've got it connected through an AV receiver but have also connected directly but still can get it to show the TV is supported. Any ideas? Thanks
If your amp doesn't support 4k or HDR pass through then you're out of luck. Connect it to the TV directly. You might also have to enable HDR on the HDMI port for your amp on the TV if it does support it and for directly connecting the xbox if you have to do that instead.
Thanks. The amp supports 4K and all HDMI inputs are 2.2 HDR enabled. I've ruled that out as the issue as directly connected to the tv. I've checked the tv settings to make sure HDR is enabled.
It's going to be something obvious I just can't see for looking! Scratching my head at the moment though.
Previously when it was working I noticed sometimes when I ran the check in the Xbox settings if it said the tv was incompatible with full HDR I restarted the system and turn the tv and amp off and on and it worked again.
It's frustrating as have bought a few ultra HD Blurays but don't want to watch them until i can get this working.
When it was working I watched The Revenant and that was excellent and looked really nice.

Guessing you've tried firmware updates too then? My amp supports 4k but not sure it does HDR. Will find out soon when I connect the Xbox one through it!
Jimmyboy
captainbeaky
marklp

Can't really fault it apart from viewing angles, just be warned blacks do become lighter very quickly.
That's fairly normal with VA panels.
What is VA please?
VA - stands for Vertical Alignment. Often used in TVs because they have better blacks than IPS (In-Plane Switching) panels. Viewing angles though aren't great.
http://uk.rtings.com/tv/learn/ips-led-vs-va-lcd

Edited By: captainbeaky on Feb 11, 2017 18:22
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LG B6 Series OLED55B6V - 55" OLED Smart TV - 4K UltraHD £1,571.28 @ Transparent

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it's going doooooown slooooowly
danfr
the.porter
Never heard of these lot are they legit ?
​have you ever tried to post a deal on HUKD? they reject everything apart from their affiliate approved partners. so they are fine, as they are allowed and HUKD don't want to harm their brand.
Harming their brand, oh, I thought it was who paid.
Cheaper at ShopTo;

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

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


Warranty comes direct from the manufacturer.
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Panasonic TX-50DX700B 50-inch 1400 Hz 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Freeview Play (2016 Model) - Silver £589.99 [Lightning deal] @ Amazon

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Description Product Description Panasonic 50-inch 1400 Hz 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Freeview Play (2016 Model) - Silver. Very good Reviews http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visua…
Description Product Description Panasonic 50-inch 1400 Hz 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Freeview Play (2016 Model) - Silver. Very good Reviews http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visua…
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rowly73
JohnnyUtah
Bought this tv recently for £599 when both Richer Sounds and John Lewis had the same price.
Might be worth holding on if you can wait as you get a 5 or 6 year guarantee with those guys.
​what is your opinion of the tv? i will be using it for mainly SD and HD pics as i only have a youview box and therefore upscaling is quite important.

See Techradar reviews. It handles both HD and SD the same. Very good. The other TV to consider is the Samsung Ks7000.
Jimmyboy
Berhwale
Be aware that this TV runs Firefox OS, which is no longer developed by Mozilla and is likely to die a slow death... http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1475152536
Looks like it's not getting the HLG upgrade either...http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1487319665
The OS is nice and slick on this TV, not many apps though. All smart TVs eventually go slow and become unsupported. Much better to forget all about the smart features and use an external device like Fire TV etc. That can be replaced every few years for and you're not relying on the TV manufacturer for updates.

Yes, that why I have two Nvidia Shield TVs - I mentioned the Firefox OS because it's already been canned by it's creator and it's never going to get the same level of support as Android TV or Samsung's Tizen OS. Anyone buying this TV should factor in the purchase of an additional device if they want to ensure access to 'smart' features in the longer term.
One thing worth noting in case useful to someone is the optical and ethernet ports come directly out the back rather than side. This makes it awkward if wall mounting.
Berhwale
Be aware that this TV runs Firefox OS, which is no longer developed by Mozilla and is likely to die a slow death... http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1475152536
Looks like it's not getting the HLG upgrade either...http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1487319665
The OS is nice and slick on this TV, not many apps though. All smart TVs eventually go slow and become unsupported. Much better to forget all about the smart features and use an external device like Fire TV etc. That can be replaced every few years for and you're not relying on the TV manufacturer for updates.
PointDex
1400hz oOoO

Lmao I thought the same and figured it's just the manufacturers motion blur enhancement effects. TV is 60hz.
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LG 65UH661V 65 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV webOS (2016 Model) - Carbon Titan - £999.00 @ Amazon

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Features & details This high quality television supports 4K resolution which enables standard definition to upscale to near 4k like quality and is navigated via the award winning Smart TV webOS. ULT…
Features & details This high quality television supports 4K resolution which enables standard definition to upscale to near 4k like quality and is navigated via the award winning Smart TV webOS. ULT…
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LG 65UH661V 65 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV webOS (2016 Model) - Carbon Titan £999.00 @ Amazon

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4K HDR TV in less than 1000 pounds seems very good price to me. Amazon daily deal.
4K HDR TV in less than 1000 pounds seems very good price to me. Amazon daily deal.
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jaydeeuk1
Doesn't this have one of LGs deceitful RGBW panels, so not actually a 4k screen.

Yes it does. Fortunately price is back up now so hopefully no one will buy it. RGBW is such a con, absolutely ridiculous. 3K instead of 4K, how it's legal is beyond me.
milkypirate
Should I go for this or the slightly dearer Hisense?

I'm assuming its a M7000 if so it is much better specced than the LG above i would buy from John Lewis or Richer Sounds for the extra warranty thrown in for piece of mind.

Edited By: gazman090970 on Feb 04, 2017 18:05
Should I go for this or the slightly dearer Hisense?
The problem is that some consider this to be faux-4k since it uses the RGBW pixel structure.
I'm really tempted by this deal, I also posted the 60 inch for 799 on HotDeals , I'm just biting my nails as to whether to go for it or save and buy an OLED version. Guess it all comes down to how much your willing to part with for the different screen technology.
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Finlux 49 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Freeview Play and Freeview HD plus DTS TruSurround £314.97 @ laptopsdirect

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Up to 2.2% Quidco as well. Key Features •Enjoy spectacular visuals with 4K Ultra HD resolution •Make the most of your TV with Smart capability •Freeview Play Tuner built-in •Large 49" screen fo…
Up to 2.2% Quidco as well. Key Features •Enjoy spectacular visuals with 4K Ultra HD resolution •Make the most of your TV with Smart capability •Freeview Play Tuner built-in •Large 49" screen fo…
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is it 10bit hdr
Do not buy finlux, lasted just over 1 year and they will not repair for free
The price is hot but waste of money.
X50pence777
Dealdealluvadeal
X50pence777
Dealdealluvadeal
Bought the Amazon version last week at an amazing £229. Had to be replaced due to software problem. Replacement won't display tv when an hdmi is plugged in, but I'll put up with that. So be aware that these are vestal tvs (most tvs are) with a brand name stuck on. Looking at reviews they are decent tvs if the price is cheap and you are lucky to get one that is ok, but reliabilty is suspect. You pays your money.........................
how did you get a replacement? my one turned up with blown speakers and when i asked for a replacement amazon refused and said i could have a refund and re order...which doesnt help as the price has now risen...
I contacted Finlux customer service direct. Took many emails to convince them of what to me was an obvious problem but finally they agreed to replace the tv.
ok thanks, i will try my luck, one more question, how did you send it back? and who payed for that?
Finlux arranged pick-up by courier at the same time as the replacement. Good luck and persevere.
Dealdealluvadeal
X50pence777
Dealdealluvadeal
Bought the Amazon version last week at an amazing £229. Had to be replaced due to software problem. Replacement won't display tv when an hdmi is plugged in, but I'll put up with that. So be aware that these are vestal tvs (most tvs are) with a brand name stuck on. Looking at reviews they are decent tvs if the price is cheap and you are lucky to get one that is ok, but reliabilty is suspect. You pays your money.........................
how did you get a replacement? my one turned up with blown speakers and when i asked for a replacement amazon refused and said i could have a refund and re order...which doesnt help as the price has now risen...
I contacted Finlux customer service direct. Took many emails to convince them of what to me was an obvious problem but finally they agreed to replace the tv.

ok thanks, i will try my luck, one more question, how did you send it back? and who payed for that?
X50pence777
Dealdealluvadeal
Bought the Amazon version last week at an amazing £229. Had to be replaced due to software problem. Replacement won't display tv when an hdmi is plugged in, but I'll put up with that. So be aware that these are vestal tvs (most tvs are) with a brand name stuck on. Looking at reviews they are decent tvs if the price is cheap and you are lucky to get one that is ok, but reliabilty is suspect. You pays your money.........................
how did you get a replacement? my one turned up with blown speakers and when i asked for a replacement amazon refused and said i could have a refund and re order...which doesnt help as the price has now risen...
I contacted Finlux customer service direct. Took many emails to convince them of what to me was an obvious problem but finally they agreed to replace the tv.
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Argos Hisense H40M3300 40 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £341.10 with code @ Argos

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discoman2016 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago4 Comments
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Joking surely? Got the m7000 for £618 the other day
49 inch model for 399 on amazon.
cant see on Argos site where to enter the code
is the tv10 code for all TVs r just 4k
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Polaroid 65" UHD 4K Smart LED TV - £539.00 instore @ ASDA

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Asda have the 65 inch full HD and 4k UHD television on offer at £539. It was originally £599 before Christmas. Stock is available at selected stores now.
Asda have the 65 inch full HD and 4k UHD television on offer at £539. It was originally £599 before Christmas. Stock is available at selected stores now.
markyt313 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago16 Comments
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All depends on the intended use and also the input quality - with streaming from all kinds of odd sources - kodi boxes - Roku - amazon fire - dodgy internet streams and fuzzy CAM TS downloads coupled with only occasional use this might be ok for some people. Ive had a 49" Polaroid TV for the past 6 years and its been fine, ok its NOT OLED or HDR or 4K however its reliably handled our content for that time. If you want the best buy an LG OLED however if you want a budget TV and are prepared to compromise then this has its place. I think its wrong to write it off because its not quite the quality of other brands you cannot forget its half the price of even the Hisense which is supposed to be a value option.
shariifi
Any reviews on this Tv. What is the model number.

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Any reviews on this Tv. What is the model number.
johnnyd57uk
I am surprised by the half decent review this got from the reputable Techradar. They reviewed the 55 inch model but same as 65 inch apart from screen size. http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/polaroid-p55d600-1301011/review
Having said that I could never bring myself to buy a Polaroid, Bush, Techwood, Hisense.
Hisense are one of best TV makers out there in terms of quality and price.
Hot from me... looking for a tv in the £300 mark, but this is tempting
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£100 off 32" HD Smart TV at Samsung - making it only £179.99

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EmNoir21 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago4 Comments
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It's not full hd and only 50 hz motion so will blur. Better deals around in my view
That's the average price for a gaming spec 32" tv. I recently bought one for my son and doing so spent many hours searching the interweb.
just wondered if there are other offers from that retailer for larger smart tvs
Not such a great deal, Tesco Direct have it at £199.00.
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Argos Sony KD49X8305C 49 Inch 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD Smart TV £521.10 @ argos

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I have a similair 2015 version of these minus the 4K and haven't had any problems with the andriod system on that, apart from having to force close apps occasionaly. Maybe it is something in the 4K sets.
how do you put the code in
Got the b graded one of these off Argos eBay for £427 last week. was brand new and unopened. bought the voice remote off eBay for £20 it is out of this world. it came with latest software and plays the 4k drone footage off YouTube in absolutely stunning definition.. cannot reccomend this TV enough. registered TV with Sony for a full guarantee.. also easy to install showbox and mobro straight on... bye bye sky
I have the 43" version and very happy with it, yes it was slow when youview feature was enable, disabled it and the TV is now OK.

The TV is now running Android V6. I have no issues with the reported with the reported light bleed.

but I do have the 43XD8305

Edited By: DiscoDave190 on Feb 04, 2017 12:39: text
Worst tv ever, had a 43" and returned it after it practically wiped its own software off and was left with a black canvas on my wall.
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Polaroid 55" Ultra HD Smart TV £349.00 @ Asda Ashton

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Seems like a good deal for a 55" smart. Seen in Asda Ashton
Seems like a good deal for a 55" smart. Seen in Asda Ashton
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TylerDurdenUK
Hisense


​I don't like Hisense in terms of their sound quality
Hisense
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Bilbo1968
They are rubbish - save a bit more money and buy something decent.


​like...


​Finlux


​Haha, no, not Finlux!
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Bilbo1968
They are rubbish - save a bit more money and buy something decent.


​like...


​Finlux
Bilbo1968
They are rubbish - save a bit more money and buy something decent.


​like...
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Sony Bravia 55 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV(KD55XD7004BU) + free Sony BDP-S1700 SMART Blu-Ray and DVD Player with Built-In Apps £759.99 @ Amazon

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ANDROID TV, 4HDMI, 3USB, WiFi, 4K ultra HD - Seamless Entertainment, Intelligent Search. All the personalization, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone, on the big screen. The clean and…
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How this one is different than 55XD7005 sold by John Lewis for 779.
I bought the 55KS7000 for £849 from JL back in December. Got it price matched to the curry's offer and all I will say is that I got lucky. Wonderful TV with True 10bit HDR.
ok :)
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david_witty
I have this TV and it's not HDR nor do Sony plan on updating it. I've been on at them for months for an update but they said it's not coming
Maybe the title needs changing, if it says HDR and it isn't...
LOL, well you could apply that logic to virtually every HDR TV on the market!
So you're suggesting that HUKD members regularly describe TVs as HDR in their thread titles when they aren't HDR?

I'm saying virtually every HDR TV being sold as an HDR TV technically isn't given they pretty much all fall short of the standards required to display HDR properly, in respect to brightness and colour gamut... every 50"+ TV under £1K falls in to this category, with the Samsung 55KS7000 being the only exception, if you can find it on offer that is.
Jams80
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david_witty
I have this TV and it's not HDR nor do Sony plan on updating it. I've been on at them for months for an update but they said it's not coming
Maybe the title needs changing, if it says HDR and it isn't...
LOL, well you could apply that logic to virtually every HDR TV on the market!

So you're suggesting that HUKD members regularly describe TVs as HDR in their thread titles when they aren't HDR?
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Hisense H65M7000 65inch ULED 4K UHD Freeview HD SMART TV £1,014.89 at electricaldiscountuk

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good price on this tv outstanding value as good as tv twice its price going to see if john lewis do a price match will let you know hope it helps someone who is after this tv
good price on this tv outstanding value as good as tv twice its price going to see if john lewis do a price match will let you know hope it helps someone who is after this tv
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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.

Samsung Smart TV – Funny Commercial

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.