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Samsung UE43KS7500 Curved SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 43" + FREE R3 Wireless Multiroom Speaker @ John lewis - £749.00

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Samsung UE43KS7500 Curved SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 43" + FREE R3 Wireless Multiroom Speaker Plus 5 year guarantee included Read More
Samsung UE43KS7500 Curved SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 43" + FREE R3 Wireless Multiroom Speaker Plus 5 year guarantee included
Mac007 Avatar1d, 23h agoFound 1 day, 23 hours ago6 Comments
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bandit17
Good deal, that's my next upgrade from Hisense H49M3000, I will probably wait until Black Friday to see if I can get a better deal. I find the 49" screen to be too big for my bedroom as I'm watching it from my bed less than 2 metres away from the TV.
You could be suffering ophthalmic HDR syndrome
Heat, paid more. Like has been said, if you don't want a massive TV then you're limited with your choices. Felt wonderful moving the 55 inch into the bedroom and having a modest TV again in the living room.

The speed of the menus and general interaction is fantastic, joy to use.
Good deal, that's my next upgrade from Hisense H49M3000, I will probably wait until Black Friday to see if I can get a better deal. I find the 49" screen to be too big for my bedroom as I'm watching it from my bed less than 2 metres away from the TV.
AJ92
oO a lot of £ for 43" TV. Wouldn't you need the TV near you to notice the quality??

Only the extra resolution, other benefits like the higher quality screen, low reflectance coating and HDR support don't depend on viewing distance.

If you want a higher quality medium-sized TV then this is one of the few options out there, the only option if you want some genuine HDR support.
AJ92
oO a lot of £ for 43" TV. Wouldn't you need the TV near you to notice the quality??
This is one of, if not the best TV's you'll get at this size though. Plus Samsungs new QLED range start from 49" and up so its not like the new range has a direct replacement.

And not all people use TV's from a far distance. I've just bought this screen and plan on mounting it above a monitor. 4K is not the key selling point of it, either... It's a 10-bit panel, quantum dot, proper HDR. I'm replacing Samsungs model from the year before as I want the (much) improved motion rate, colours, contrasts...

Sell the speaker and this would have cost around £600. Not bad as the one I bought was £520 and a refurb.


Edited By: mamboboy on May 22, 2017 10:47
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LG OLED55B6V 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Premium Smart TV with freeview play 6 years warranty £1,449.00 @ Richer Sounds with code BIGTV150

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Another great price now I think the Currys code has expired, plus you get an extra years warranty and superior customer service in my experience. 'What Hi-Fi? magazine'. 5-star review. Tested at £270… Read More
Another great price now I think the Currys code has expired, plus you get an extra years warranty and superior customer service in my experience. 'What Hi-Fi? magazine'. 5-star review. Tested at £270…
jimx26 Avatar3d, 15h agoFound 3 days, 15 hours ago147 Comments
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kevinrichardsuk
Lovely static and slow moving images. The picture falls to pieces in fast moving scenes, and the motion processing options don't make it any better. Try watching a game of football in HD and watch the grass detail. Lovely and detailed when the camera is static, the camera pans and it all disappears. Apparently the Sony A1 is much better in this regard, waiting to see with my own eyes


This is my experience having purchased
collectorcol
2manymilos
kha27
John Lewis will not price match as the code is not available on Richersounds website
They'll match Crampton & Moore £1448.99http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/lg-oled55b6v-55-ultra-hd-alliance-premium-with-dolby-vision.html
Nice spot. I'm waiting for further price drop.
Me too but JL should price match again if it goes below 1448.99 within 28 days of the order?
Failing that they say you can get a refund up to 35 days after receiving the order...
I'm also waiting for another drop but conscious these could sell out soon
barneystuta
Alansmithee
I notice AO are doing this on 12 month interest free credit - now that's £1599 but it says it comes with a bluray player...
But is it a bluray player or a *4K* player and what model is it? Anyone know?
I've had a look on AO website and no sign of the free Blu-Ray player for me.
Did you go for it?

It's now disappeared - I guess it was an error - I wish I had ordered it, took a screen-grab and then argued the toss.
pukenukem
mivanpy
pukenukem
In this context, I don't agree with the OP and find SD absolutely fine, more than fine in fact. However, there is still an abundance of SD being aired, HD is frustratingly often seen as a premium feature even now, Sky for example, and some classic shows just don't have a HD version. So, while I don't think SD is an issue on this TV, I do think a TV that does a poor job of SD, even at the end of the TV scale, is a good reason for not purchasing.
But scaling of Sd was always a issue on large HD tvs ,so then why upgrade to a bigger resolution if that is still such a issue. Just doesn't make sense! To me at least. Sd on a 4k TV gonna look baaaad.
Don't have the TV (wouldn't mind one) but after reading reviews. There's a display option called "just scan" be best to have this setting.
I agree that SD has always been an issue on these newer, higher resolution and bigger screens, but I don't agree that it shouldn't be a consideration on whether to purchase. SD on my 4k oled is perfectly good, it's a decent picture. However, it wouldn't be as good as an old school CRT, ironically, so I dig your point here. That said, I've see some newer screens handle SD so poorly as it renders near unwatchable (admittedly the cheaper end of the spectrum).

I can't but disagree. If you are buying a TV like this i would be thinking about how good it delivers picture quality from the top, down. Meaning 4k HD scaling. SD wouldn't be a consideration as i know how poor SD looks being spread over a big high resolution screen.

But respect your opinion. Each to their own.
Locknloadharry
Fundamentally true fact:
The better the blacks, the more the picture on a screen benefits.
OLED for me next month.

Precisely. I've been through a a panny g50, a kuro and have only the ec LG (2nd gen) and OLED black is a complete transformation of your viewing content and that includes gaming. The one downside though for OLED is input lag. If you're obsessed with mp gaming..this isn't your best choice.
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Panasonic TX40EX600B 40" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £549.00 (with code) inc. delivery @ Co-Op

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£549.00 @ Co-op Electrical
£50 off TV Orders Over £599 at Co-op Electrical use code CTV50 Product Description Upgrade to Brilliant 4K HDR Images and Design of Choice. The EX600 series delivers vibrant 4K HDR images and a smar… Read More
£50 off TV Orders Over £599 at Co-op Electrical use code CTV50 Product Description Upgrade to Brilliant 4K HDR Images and Design of Choice. The EX600 series delivers vibrant 4K HDR images and a smar…
jimmyd4ng3r Avatar6d, 12h agoFound 6 days, 12 hours ago11 Comments
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linhang90
40" at this price. Nahhh


Smaller sets tend to be more expensive, unless you go for a low end model.
You get a £100 cashback off your account
I really rate this TV. It's a bit small for me but if you're looking for a 40 incher than you can't go wrong with this.
Even better than my previous great 4K panny
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55" Ultra HD Smart TV P55US0756A Polaroid £195.00 @ Walsall Asda

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£195.00 @ George (Asda George)
Just helped a mate buy this from Walsall Asda. Bargain! Probably not close to the best the best quality wise but reasonable and great value for money. Possibly nationwide? Possible price error. No… Read More
Just helped a mate buy this from Walsall Asda. Bargain! Probably not close to the best the best quality wise but reasonable and great value for money. Possibly nationwide? Possible price error. No…
richardsimpson1234 Avatar1w, 15h agoFound 1 week, 15 hours ago80 Comments
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richardsimpson1234
Rich_UK
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bennybentley
Was this asda living
Yes Asda living in Walsall west mids, they had 4 at lunchtime, last one sold to my pal around 5.30pm
So your mate bought the last one, and then you posted it on here for us to go and find they're out of stock?
Rather than going to every Asda in the uk to check for you I thought is was easier to post it so any one interested could make there own enquiries?!?! Seemed logical at the time.... my bad!
I did say Asda Walsall had sold the last one!
See some others have posted they have located,some same price,others a bit more. Still feels like good value though.
Please could you tell us what picture is like when you have it set up cheers
nougat
danroberts2
fr3dy77_sp33d
tuggy
ricko
I thinkthere that price for a reason . I knew a couple who bought a 42" Polaroid a few years ago from Asda and it went back pronto . The picture quality was apalling. They may have improved in the last 3 or 4 years though.
A bit like your spelling and grammar.
don't quite understand the purpose of grammar police, better use your time for something more productive.
perhaps get got the auto predictive wrong? or perhaps that's because he can speak more than 1 language?
Don't quite understand the purpose of people who get triggered by seeing someone correct a bit of grammar, better use your time for something more productive.
Perhaps he likes to spend his time correcting (and technically educating) people on how to write their (most likely) first language?
Got any more productive comments like that?


I mean, you're only being a hypocrite, but who am I to judge. :{
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LG 43LH604V 1080p Smart TV - WebOS £255.84 - Used Like New Amazon Warehouse £250.50

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Was looking for a 1080p Smart TV in the 40"ish range. Came across this deal on Amazon Warehouse as they have this TV in their Spring 20% off sale. Adding them to the basket gives the price of Used Read More
Was looking for a 1080p Smart TV in the 40"ish range. Came across this deal on Amazon Warehouse as they have this TV in their Spring 20% off sale. Adding them to the basket gives the price of Used
Pepp77 Avatar1w, 17h agoFound 1 week, 17 hours ago3 Comments
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zizzles
Remember when Hot UK Deals was about New products?

Well the like new was just a damaged box, so the unit is new. Plus it is HotUKDeals not HotUKNewProductDeals!
Remember when Hot UK Deals was about New products?
I think you done well getting one but unfortunately not any more at that price.

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Samsung UE55KU6000 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £529.00 @ Groupon

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LED TV 55 Inch-Samsung..around £600 MRP on other websites Read More
LED TV 55 Inch-Samsung..around £600 MRP on other websites
rajeevmbd Avatar1w, 19h agoFound 1 week, 19 hours ago2 Comments
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I had this tv and everything was great till I tried watching football, then it flickered.
I'm far from an expert but after some research found its called banding. Really bad once I'd noticed it and could see it on all broadcasts, games and blurays.
Football and any light moving scenes were unwatchable, as was trying to play things like gta v (the sky caused the problem)
Took it back to John Lewis and swapped it for a curved sony one.
brought this exact model on boxing day.
absolutely loved it..... until 2 days ago when i realised there is a large (about 15% of the screen ) dark patch in the left corner.
clearly visible when viewing white and blue background.
called Samsung who told me to use the inbuilt diagnostic to help.
that produces a photo of a child sitting on a beach.that photo is bright with no blues or whites !
the Samsung representative tried to argue that because the fault is not visible on that picture, there is no fault oO .
i have now had to take photos of the screen showing the fault and email them to samsung support.
i will keep you updated :D
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Luxor 43/49/55" 4K Ultra HD, Smart TV From 249.99 @ Very

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£249.99 @ Avery
Current promo £50 cashback to account on all TVs over £299 43" follow "GET" to page 49" £279.99 http://www.very.co.uk/luxor-49inch-4k-freeview-play-smart-tv/1600124520.prd 55" £359.99 http:… Read More
Current promo £50 cashback to account on all TVs over £299 43" follow "GET" to page 49" £279.99 http://www.very.co.uk/luxor-49inch-4k-freeview-play-smart-tv/1600124520.prd 55" £359.99 http:…
seaniboy Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago12 Comments
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arch68
When I was kid that was a soap brand. ;)
Celebrity endorsed ;)https://c1.staticflickr.com/2/1418/5184484412_f68f1d05a9.jpg
So that's where the soap opera effect comes from.
?
seaniboy
arch68
When I was kid that was a soap brand. ;)
Celebrity endorsed ;)https://c1.staticflickr.com/2/1418/5184484412_f68f1d05a9.jpg

So that's where the soap opera effect comes from.
Remember some of these have little to no processing power. always go for dual core processor and these seem to lack. not buying any of these for sure. :(


Edited By: theglorious94 on May 16, 2017 11:15

Same price on AO.com without worrying about Buy Now, Pay later or cashback.
adamspencer95
i have mixed feelings about this deal.

for a Vestel, its about what i'd be willing to pay.

but its a 4K TV for 249.....
Exactly - £249 4K, I would push the boat out for 4K for the lounge but £250 for a bedroom TV that is 4K is great value, even better for those who are tight or cash strapped for any room :)
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hisense 55m7000 55" 4K HDR Ultra-HD Smart LED TV £599.00 - sonic direct

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after a new tv. looking at 4k 55" stumbled across this Read More
after a new tv. looking at 4k 55" stumbled across this
jimjimjeroo Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago17 Comments
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Search that tv model for the recent post on HUKD.. didnt get hot at all at £649 nvm £699
linhang90
ranvinder
I got my local Richer to pricematch down to £619 - They wouldn't go to £599 due to guarantee.. this was last week and from the Sonic deal
Richer sounds price matched SonicDirect for you last week??
The telesales team didn't, however I then emailed my local Richer store about it and they offered it for £639, after which I haggled it down to £619. However, I then managed to get the Telesales team to match down the Samsung KU6500 to £529, which will be with me later this week! X)
ranvinder
I got my local Richer to pricematch down to £619 - They wouldn't go to £599 due to guarantee.. this was last week and from the Sonic deal


Richer sounds price matched SonicDirect for you last week??
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Luxor 4K Ultra TV £289.00 @ Very

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Expired: Price drop - £249.99 - follow link below http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/luxor-43-inch-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-was-399-99-now-249-99-very-2691702 Read More
Expired: Price drop - £249.99 - follow link below http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/luxor-43-inch-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-was-399-99-now-249-99-very-2691702
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AJ92
I would go for the 49" (KQDM418) as it works out £279.99 with bnpl offer of £50 credit on TVS over £300
Post that, well spotted!
If you want you can post it or just edit this post to the 49" :)
I have done, was going to let you take the rightful heat by posting but as now £50 off too I thought just get it posted as £249 for 43" 4K Ultra is too much for some to miss! http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/luxor-43-49-55-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-from-249-99-very-2691702

Edited By: seaniboy on May 15, 2017 14:57: Add
4k TV on a 43" is no better than 1080p unless it's on your lap as a laptov.
seaniboy
AJ92
I would go for the 49" (KQDM418) as it works out £279.99 with bnpl offer of £50 credit on TVS over £300
Post that, well spotted!
If you want you can post it or just edit this post to the 49" :)
AJ92
I would go for the 49" (KQDM418) as it works out £279.99 with bnpl offer of £50 credit on TVS over £300
Post that, well spotted!
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People voting cold because its Very & Luxor
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Sony Bravia 2017 49XE8005 FREE Soundbar CT390 £999.00 @ John lewis

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Noticed JL online is showing the 2017 TV Bundled with a CT390 soundbar for free, also applicable in store with any other WBW offers £100 off Sony X800 bluray player. Edit: TV has also dropped from Read More
Noticed JL online is showing the 2017 TV Bundled with a CT390 soundbar for free, also applicable in store with any other WBW offers £100 off Sony X800 bluray player. Edit: TV has also dropped from
CoolStory Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago4 Comments
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KiwiJon
Why is this going cold? Seemed like a good deal to me... am I missing something here?
You can pick up last year's XD80, which rtings reckons is a better TV, for around £600 and the sound bar for £240.
As this TV is only 49", the 55" would be more expensive. If your paying something like £1200 for the 55", why would you settle for a LCD when you can pay only £300 more and get OLED? Every time I've also seen a Sony in store and tested low quality material, (something like 4 music,) its looked like a dogs dinner compared to the opposition.
KiwiJon
Why is this going cold? Seemed like a good deal to me... am I missing something here?

The spec of the TV is not that great and there are far better deals to be had for less money like this deal of a few days ago this set is in a whole different league from the Sony.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue49ks9000-49-inch-suhd-4k-hdr-premium-curved-tv-with-free-4k-bluray-player-2688578
Why is this going cold? Seemed like a good deal to me... am I missing something here?
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Argos Hisense 55 Inch M3300 4K UHD Smart Led TV £449.10 with code TVSAVE

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£449.10 @ Argos
Use code TVSAVE to save 10% Experience TV like never before in glorious Ultra HD 4K resolution. With 4 times the detail of Full HD see every detail with stunningly realistic picture quality and beauti… Read More
Use code TVSAVE to save 10% Experience TV like never before in glorious Ultra HD 4K resolution. With 4 times the detail of Full HD see every detail with stunningly realistic picture quality and beauti…
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Only(?) reason I can see this is going cold as it was the same price (with another code) just over 5 months ago:
Hisense M3300 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD Freeview Smart LED WiFi TV £449.10 @ Argos Ebay (Collection)
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Hisense H40M3300 40 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £329.00 @ Argos

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Experience TV like never before in glorious Ultra HD 4K resolution. With 4 times the detail of Full HD see every detail with stunningly realistic picture quality and beautifully natural motion. Backed… Read More
Experience TV like never before in glorious Ultra HD 4K resolution. With 4 times the detail of Full HD see every detail with stunningly realistic picture quality and beautifully natural motion. Backed…
theglorious94 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago2 Comments
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Bought same TV for £249.99 from Amazon UK back in December lighting deal or something was it
good luck getting good votes on this, I posted same TV last week for 299 from Amazon which went ice cold
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Full Hd smart tv 50 inch £299.00 @ Co-op electrical

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Digihome 50273SFVPT2FHD Black - 50Inch Full HD LED TV, Smart, Intergrated WiFi, Freeview Play, 2x HDMI and 1x USB Port Looks to me a very good offer. Bought one and absolutely loving it. Read More
Digihome 50273SFVPT2FHD Black - 50Inch Full HD LED TV, Smart, Intergrated WiFi, Freeview Play, 2x HDMI and 1x USB Port Looks to me a very good offer. Bought one and absolutely loving it.
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I am bit confused whether this one or 4k UHD Hisense H40M3300 40 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5804476
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Sony Bravia KD55XD8005 55 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with TRILUMINOS Display, PlayStation Now and Google Cast (2016 Model) £639.00

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Amazon have this on deal of the day. Netflix recommended TV 2016 and TRILUMINOS display for Lifelike colour, authentic images that evoke the emotion in every scene 4K high dynamic range - enhanced… Read More
Amazon have this on deal of the day. Netflix recommended TV 2016 and TRILUMINOS display for Lifelike colour, authentic images that evoke the emotion in every scene 4K high dynamic range - enhanced…
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Sorry just noticed. Please delete post. Thanks.
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Sony Bravia KD55XD8005 55 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with TRILUMINOS Display, PlayStation Now and Google Cast (2016 Model) for £639.00 @ Amazon

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Lowest it has been, and 10 bit display :)
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With any Amazon Warehouse deal, you have a 30 Day Return option. If you don't like the description or there is an issue, then it can go back. I have had to send back Sandisk cards that were fake, and Wifi Remote power sockets that are defective.
The products come with a full manufacturer warranty.
My TV arrived next day, despite asking for it to be delivered Monday. It's setup, updated, and working well.
superyiddo
donslibi
Vegeta
Deal has now finished.
There are still some 'like new' for £622.77
With 30 day warranty oO

1 year warranty from Amazon. This debate has been had many times on here and people, including myself, have verified with Amazon that all warehouse items come with a year warranty from Amazon.
donslibi
Vegeta
Deal has now finished.

There are still some 'like new' for £622.77


With 30 day warranty oO
MBeeching
PhilK
The Sony OLED looks fantastic - but noway I could afford £1400 for a telly
You're a little short, try £3000+ :p
Yeah just noticed. Obviously got it mixed up with something else, clearly
Even less likely to pay out that much !

Edited By: PhilK on May 13, 2017 11:14
Vegeta
Deal has now finished.

There are still some 'like new' for £622.77
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LG OLED55B6V 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £1,599.99 with a 10% credit back to your account = £1439.99 - Very

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The cheapest I have seen this TV so far. £1599.99 with a 10% credit back to your account = £1439.99 Positive with this deal = 12 months interest free on a BNPL Negative with this deal = 1yr war… Read More
The cheapest I have seen this TV so far. £1599.99 with a 10% credit back to your account = £1439.99 Positive with this deal = 12 months interest free on a BNPL Negative with this deal = 1yr war…
Leo_83 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago5 Comments
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Lol, why so cold when it's the cheapest price available right now and offering 0% for 12 months?
Is it because it's from Very or the fact there is only 1yr warranty?
BOTH
Lol, why so cold when it's the cheapest price available right now and offering 0% for 12 months?

Is it because it's from Very or the fact there is only 1yr warranty?
Same price as the Argos deal then but in this case you have a 12 months interest free BNPL plan so the Very deal is better (Just)
isn't it EU law that states 2 year warranty now
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Argos Sony KD55XD8005BU 55 Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV – Black £719.10 with code TV10

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Use code TV10 over £499 to save 10% Enjoy stunning clarity, colour and contrast in everything you watch with the Sony XD80. This 4K Ultra HD 55-inch L… Read More
Use code TV10 over £499 to save 10% Enjoy stunning clarity, colour and contrast in everything you watch with the Sony XD80. This 4K Ultra HD 55-inch L…
discoman2016 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago25 Comments
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superyiddo
Price gone back up

No it hasn't - need to use code TV10 - £723.05 with delivery or 719.10 collected
robertasmen
aaronlovesfood
I have this tv. Any questions I will answer if you need it


Can you install showbox?


Yes
I have to warn anyone thinking of buy this I have the 49" version and it's horrible. Slow unresponsive. I hate it
You side load anything like Mobdro, Super streamz etc you need to install ES explorer and install from network then cloud
Price gone back up
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Sony 55XD8599 £999 to £899.00 Price Match @ John Lewis

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Great tv noticed currys had it at £899 and my local john lewis they said they are price matching it, also you can get a neat soundbar and 4K Bluray Player with their offers. Dimensions: H77 x W123.1 Read More
Great tv noticed currys had it at £899 and my local john lewis they said they are price matching it, also you can get a neat soundbar and 4K Bluray Player with their offers. Dimensions: H77 x W123.1
CoolStory Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago3 Comments
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Yes I bought this model few days back,Great tv,My only regret is I bought it from currys,it's advertised that it come with a 5year guarantee but you get no paper work veryfinig this? I Did take photo of advert In case of any problems....
Or get it from Richer Sounds (instore only) - same price but a 6 year warranty instead of 5 with John Lewis.
1 in stock apparently. Could get a 65" for this price from Currys if you can live without 4k. Just giving options, voted hot anyway.
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ARGOS Panasonic 58 Inch DX700B 4K UHD Smart LED TV £674.10 with code TVSAVE

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Use code TVSAVE to save 10% The Panasonic 58'' DX700B Smart LED TV delivers 4 times more detail than HD, so watching all of your favourite films and shows are sure to be an incredible experience. Load… Read More
Use code TVSAVE to save 10% The Panasonic 58'' DX700B Smart LED TV delivers 4 times more detail than HD, so watching all of your favourite films and shows are sure to be an incredible experience. Load…
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stephenmichael3785
I got the 750b which is a 100hz panel compared to the 50hz of the 700b.
Have to say, it has a beautiful picture but you do have to mess about with the settings. Try the settings on av forums.
I also have sky q which doesn't auto set your settings when switching to 4k. Make sure your colour gamut is set to rec 2020 or will just look like normal hd.


hows the 750b for clouding? I hear it can be seen on it quite bad?

also hows the lag with gaming on it?


I have the 58dx802b, no visible lag with gaming, some pixelation in dark areas when upscaling 720p and SD content, which is probably because it's hard to upscale these formats to 4K. 1080p content (especially bluray) looks phenomenal and pretty near to native 4K. 4K blurays are out of this world. Black levels across the board are superb. I came from having a pioneer Kuro, which I still use in second room, but have no complaints and actually prefer the picture on this than the Kuro.
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stephenmichael3785
I got the 750b which is a 100hz panel compared to the 50hz of the 700b.
Have to say, it has a beautiful picture but you do have to mess about with the settings. Try the settings on av forums.
I also have sky q which doesn't auto set your settings when switching to 4k. Make sure your colour gamut is set to rec 2020 or will just look like normal hd.


hows the 750b for clouding? I hear it can be seen on it quite bad?

also hows the lag with gaming on it?
I got the 750b which is a 100hz panel compared to the 50hz of the 700b.
Have to say, it has a beautiful picture but you do have to mess about with the settings. Try the settings on av forums.
I also have sky q which doesn't auto set your settings when switching to 4k. Make sure your colour gamut is set to rec 2020 or will just look like normal hd.
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Samsung UE65KS9000 Curved 65” HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV with Free Soundbar or Blu-Ray Player £1,799.98 Free delivery @ Currys

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oldboy64
Are you still bombarded by adverts you cannot turn off with samsung tv's?

I have the 49" version and I don't get any adds. The thing that does happen is about once a month the Google play movies button on the apps bar moves up to top of the list and goes away when you ignore it.
Are you still bombarded by adverts you cannot turn off with samsung tv's?
donslibi
sdrtodd
I have this set and it's well worth the money

How do you find the curve on a set this big?


Absolutely fine it has a black moth filter so hardly any reflections and I never thought I wanted a curved screen but I'm glad I got it as it looks nicer in the room
I have this too. Got it refurb from manufacturer for £1400. Adore it.
sdrtodd
I have this set and it's well worth the money

How do you find the curve on a set this big?
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Samsung 55" K5600 5 Series Flat FHD Smart TV £348.00 @ Samsung Outlet

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These TVs are back on samsung outlet website. I'm sure they will be sold out in no time.
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Nesima
Has anybody got their cashback to track ?
The Samsung cashback link I followed from Quidco has not tracked the purchase yet.
I don't think it states the Outlet is excluded.


Mine didn't track too. I think it only works with Samsung not the outlet :(
Has anybody got their cashback to track ?
The Samsung cashback link I followed from Quidco has not tracked the purchase yet.
I don't think it states the Outlet is excluded.
So I received mine yesterday :) and it is a great tv.
Alasdair91
Just beware the WiFi is awful with these TVs. Mine works 50% of the time at best.


My 49inch was delivered last week. Generally very pleased but wifi connection has been patchy. Had to disconnect/reconnect a few times. No problems with other devices in house. Hardwired to router now and no problems since.
mitox3d
Alasdair91
Just beware the WiFi is awful with these TVs. Mine works 50% of the time at best.
It works perfectly on mine!

Cosign, my router is yonks away as well.
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Hisense 43 - Inch Widescreen 4K Smart LED TV with Freeview HD - £299.00 @ Amazon

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was looking at this earlier today on Amazon when it was £319. They just reduced to £299. excellent reviews
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i don't see any purpose of 4k when full hd provides excellent picture quality. bear in mind 4k is only useful if you sit very close to tele :):3:):3:):3
Deano467
yeah maybe. But funny how just last week this deal went hot, I don't know?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/43-hisense-4k-uhd-tv-299-tesco-direct-with-voucher-code-tdx-kpyk-2675524


welcome to hotukdeals.
yeah maybe. But funny how just last week this deal went hot, I don't know?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/43-hisense-4k-uhd-tv-299-tesco-direct-with-voucher-code-tdx-kpyk-2675524
Deano467
adamspencer95
While it's a good TV for the price, this is generally the price it's usually on sale for so it's not really a deal.


i checked on camel website, this is cheapest price on Amazon this year


it was cheaper at launch than it is now, that says it all.

AO are always around this price and tend to have at least £20 off voucher codes at all times
thedvdmonster
Same price from richer sounds but with a better warranty.


in store only price at Richer and if they have stock. maybe not convenient for a lot of people to get to. Amazon especially with prime for next day delivery may be preferable for others
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Linsar 49UHD200 LED 4K UHD Smart TV, 49" with Built-In Wi-Fi, Freeview HD & Freeview Play £369.00 @ John Lewis

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This seems like a good deal to me and i never came across this brand before but it looks like a good deal with a 5 year warranty
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linsar?? might be better than Goldstar
I very much doubt Vestel give Linsar TV's special treatment in their factories. When Panasonic had them making their lower HD and 4K models they were plagued with issues and were returned in droves - they went the extra mile for Panny as well by installing a menu skin.

At this price i'd rather have one of the Hisense deals posted today, they're similarly priced and you're loosing 3 years warranty but the difference in quality will be night and day.
This has got to be worth a look see. A 4K TV Spec is impressive for the price.
49” ULTRA HD 4K SMART TELEVISION WITH FREEVIEW PLAY AND FREEVIEW HD RESOLUTION:
4k UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels)
AUDIO: Slim Stereo Speakers
SMART: Advanced Smart including Freeview Play
APPS: Netflix, BBC iPlayer, YouTube, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5 plus more...
WEB BROWSER: Yes
WIFI: Built in
TUNER: Freeview HD
ANALOGUE TUNER: Yes
DIMENSIONS (WITHOUT STAND):H: 657mm W: 1123mm D: 81mm
DIMENSIONS (WITH STAND):H: 709mm W: 1123mm D: 275mm
HDMI: 2 USB: 2 VESA: 200 x 200mm

Although why would anyone want an analog tuner these days? Heat added
Apparently these TVs are manufactured by Vestel using their components to a spec agreed with Linsar, extra testing is built into the production of these sets to improve reliabilty. (source - AV Forums)
its a 50hz panel so my presumption is a Vestel/UMC panel as the higher end ones tend to be at least 60hz but i'm happy to be proven wrong. also cant find any info about HDCP 2.2 compliance either. cant find any reliable reviews, though.

5 year guarentee is good too and no HDR, although at this price you'll likely only get 8bit+FRC anyway so no big loss.
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RICHER SOUNDS LG OLED55B6V 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV Freeview Play £1,499.00 with code BIGTV100 at richersounds 6YEAR Guarantee

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code working again
the discount code must be gone, doesn't work for me
discoman2016
deal live again
Hi disco did you buy the B6 if so what was the build date as the c6 buyers have stated that very new (April) would be interesting to know?
deal live again
Since Currys have £150 off code will RS match?
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Hitachi 49HK6T74U 49 Inch Ultra HD Smart LED TV £369.99 Argos

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This tv has previously been on sale at £429.99 Save £60.00 Deal Price £369.99 Free £10 voucher when you spend £100 or more WITH ANY PURCHASE BETWEEN 26TH APRIL AND 2ND MAY & REDEEM BET… Read More
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i picked up the 55 inch 4k version for this price that was uploaded in feb via argos... sorry op but this is cold
I had one of these and had to make an excuse to return it. I had a few problems with it and tried to contact Hitachi customer services but there isn't one for their TVs as they sold their name to a Chinese company.
Helps us newbs - thx
robjewitt
Boy, it's cold in here. No comments to indicate why either

It's just not a unusual price for a generic own brand TV. (Hitatchi is an Argos-exclusive TV badge in the UK).
robjewitt
Boy, it's cold in here. No comments to indicate why either


Probably because this is a Vestel and you can get a Hisense for this price which offers better picture quality and upscaling
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Hitachi 50 Inch Freeview Play Smart TV £299.99 at Argos

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Is there a code to enter for this?? when i click on the link it takes me to the Argos website and this TV is £329 not £299
tif
did anyone have a problem setting this TV up?
No problem here
did anyone have a problem setting this TV up?
rolling_stone
This is a very good telly for the price
We have different ideas as to what constitutes a good TV. Glad to hear you are happy though the failure rate on Vestel TVs is high. The large number of refurbished Vestel TVs out there speaks volumes.
Picked mine up and have to say I'm impressed with it, picture quality is nice and bright and very sharp, sound is a little low but can be turned up.
Tried the smart apps and Netflix is very good.

This is a very good telly for the price
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Sony Bravia 50 inch Curved Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now £660.00 @ Amazon

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Today only on Amazon Sony 50inch 4k hdr android. KD50SD8005 - dead4red69
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Dhiraj1
Sold out now


it shows to me "only 1 left in stock"
Sold out now
JumpMan1980
Dhiraj1
Am I right to think this is 10 bit as well?
10bit (8bit+FRC) - not true 10 bit - http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/82057a2
Seems great price... Am so tempted to press the button.
just like 3D I don't think this curved tech will ever become accepted by the public
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Samsung UE55KS9000 55 inch 4k curved TV - Includes HWJ 6500 Soundbar - Hughes in store - £999.00

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This may not be for everyone as I know these sort of posts can be a wild goose chase at times. I was looking to get a new TV today and wandered in to Hughes and they have the Samsung UE55KS9000 with… Read More
This may not be for everyone as I know these sort of posts can be a wild goose chase at times. I was looking to get a new TV today and wandered in to Hughes and they have the Samsung UE55KS9000 with…
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I collected the tv yesterday. It's lovely until I tested an all black picture and noticed cloudy patches. Does anyone else have this or is mine faulty?
https://i.imgur.com/aGfgIzi_d.jpg?maxwidth=640&shape=thumb&fidelity=high
Hi

Is the any good deals on a flat panel as opposed to curve?
Anyone still getting this deal? My local Hughes says it no longer exists, but if I can show it exists in another Hughes store they will match it!
I tried to challenge the salesman over the phone but he says the £100 is still required for the 5 year guarantee. Oh wells. £1100 is still a great price according to HUKD so il be keeping it. I can't wait to pick it up :]
Kreeve
DevilzGtr
sakhtolo1
Does anyone know how much warranty do you get with this? The website is showing 5 years guarantee and 10 year screen burn warranty at the £1199 price. Does Samsung have 5 year standard manufacturer warranty?
I've managed to order this deal to my nearest store for tomorrow but if it's just 12 months warranty I'll give it a miss and spend a bit more and get an OLED from Currys.
The guy I spoke to on the phone said it's 12 months guarantee and sold me this package plus 5 years guarantee for an extra 100 quid.
I asked in store if it still came with the 5 year guarantee and was told that it does indeed, I didn't pay any extra.
Thanks for the info, I'l ask them about it when I pick it up from them.
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LG 49UH603V 49 inch Ultra HD 4K, HDR Pro, Smart TV £399.99 + £6.99 Del @ Very £406.98

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Looks like a lot of TV for the money
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rgbw, that's seriously hurt LG imho
i think most of the cold votes are because this is 'fake' 4K in that it is an RGBW matrix, essentially reducing the effective resolution by 25%
Great deal!
cold but no alternatives posted, this site does annoy me sometimes
MyNameSucksBad
again, cold votes with no explanation. Ridiculous

I think it was cheaper on another site with code, but it's gone now.

Edited By: coolfi on Apr 29, 2017 20:13
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Hisense H75M7900 75" Smart HDR 4K Ultra 3D LED TV £1,899.00 @ PRC Direct

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excellent!! cheers!!
JackHawes
Heat added but I am looking for one a little bigger to fit into my shower..... X)

Big shower maaaaan :)
FrugalFergal
Go on... whose gonna buy one of these?

I would love one!
But out of my price bracket :(
Go on... whose gonna buy one of these?
Pokerkingbouch
polly69
Very nice setup, what are you using for the purple glow. My house doesn't have space for anything like that the biggest TV we can fit in is a 55inch so i bought the B6OLED which is amazing i have to settle for small satellite speakers when id love some like you have. To get a big picture in our lounge i have a Optoma Projector and a 100inch screen and can honestly say that the passive 3D on the projector blows any 3D away ive ever seen, we had a Samsung 8000 series 3D TV that used active glasses but it couldnt hold a candle to the projector. If we want to watch the projector we have to spin our 2 seater chesterfield 180 degrees it a pain in the **** but the upside is that because we dont use it all the time sitting down to a movie is still a event and like being at the cinema.
I'm using the Philips mood lamps the mini ones at the back of the speakers had them about 3 years now and still going strong
Can't go wrong with oled blacks are amazing but for the size oled I would want I would need to sell my house lol
Been down the projector route in the past last one being the Sony vpl1000es but due to the amount of light my room lets in i wasn't getting the full benefit from it and also the issue with the htpc 2.2 problem with the projector not able to display 4k I desided to sell it and upgraded my TV and speakers
Miss the size of the screen 120inch screen and great 3D
But wouldn't swap back any time soon as I'm very happy with the performance and picture quality from this tv
Also my speaker sound loads better than before
Probably will go back down the projector route as still got my screen but if I can save for long enough I would like a bigger tv :)




I miss the screen size as well just moved and sold my projector and now have a 65 Samsung everyone says it's huge but you know it's to small as do I :(

Movies are not the same coming from a 100" screen
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32" HD Ready LED Smart TV with built in DVD Player £199.99 @ Costco

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Just got one of these, great little TV, 720p so is good enough resolution for this size. comes with smart apps such as Netflix & YouTube and also uses the Freeview Play platform so has BBC iPlayer…
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No problem with 768p resolution on a 32" screen (unless using as a monitor), but in April 2017 for that spec, I'm not really seeing the deal as same item same price inc delivery via Tesco but do Costco-supplied TVs come with an inclusive enhanced warranty? Thanks.
Worst value for money I've seen in 5 years, sorry, cold.
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Argos LG OLED55B6V 55 inch Ultra HD Smart OLED TV £1,439.10 with code TV10

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expired new code TVS10
the.porter
jimx26
Only applies to 2017 models.
We don't know that yet just surmising I know it's more hope then reality though lol
No unfortunately product page in conditions only applies to *7 models

Edited By: Jaybeam on May 03, 2017 08:50
jimx26
Only applies to 2017 models.
We don't know that yet just surmising I know it's more hope then reality though lol
Only applies to 2017 models.
halfbakedjake
the.porter
Jaybeam
This was raised earlier on the other thread but the concensus is this only applies to 2017 models
According to lg they state on all models but retailer dependent
Do you know what retailers ? and how do you redeem ?
I reckon it is a retailer bundle offer as before.
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LG 43UH603V 43 inch Ultra HD 1080 Smart TV WebOS (HDR Pro, Local Dimming, ColorPrime Pro, Ultra Surround) from £293.16 Used - Acceptable @ Amazon warehouse

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£293.16 Used - Acceptable £310.61 Used - Good £328.06 Used - Very Good £335.04 Used - Like New
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Its £349.99 new, so £15.00 more than like new for actual new.

& wtf is Ultra HD 1080?

Edited By: haritori on Apr 26, 2017 23:54
Given that "acceptable" is the lowest grade for a used item on Amazon and is basically code for "damaged", there's no way this is worth considering.
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Samsung UE55K5600 55inch Full HD Smart TV £348.00 49inch for £274.00 BD-H8500M Smart 3D Blu-ray Player with Freeview+ HD Recorder - 500 GB HDD for £86.00 Samsung Outlet

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Nice deal for those who don't neeed 4K :) link for 49inch https://samsung-outlet.com/uk-outlet/samsung-49-k5600-5-series-flat-fhd-smart-tv-49-5-series-ue49k5600akxxu-289856/ Samsung BD-H8500M 3D Sma… Read More
Nice deal for those who don't neeed 4K :) link for 49inch https://samsung-outlet.com/uk-outlet/samsung-49-k5600-5-series-flat-fhd-smart-tv-49-5-series-ue49k5600akxxu-289856/ Samsung BD-H8500M 3D Sma…
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Mine finally arrived today. Seems to be all working fine. Anyone have any calibration settings they use movies/tv and for when in game mode ? Had a look online can't seem to find any for this tv


Use this - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34AwIvhBYbE&t=198s&list=FLBaSrQfbGVoeTzOeidKkz9w&index=3

I used cool for colour tone, Instead of warm2 (as used in the video guide)
Mine finally arrived today. Seems to be all working fine. Anyone have any calibration settings they use movies/tv and for when in game mode ? Had a look online can't seem to find any for this tv


Edited By: halfbakedjake on May 18, 2017 13:09
clumsymum
softice
clumsymum
softice
I can't believe this thread is still alive. Anyway, I'm very with my telly and looking for a decent soundbar, any suggestions ? Was recommended "Samsung HW-J355 120W with Subwoofer" which is only 89 quid at RS.
Thanks
That's the one I had asked RS to reserve for me, before our TV arrived. But frankly, once the telly was set up I cancelled it, sound was more than adequate without spending any more on it.
Ahh well, I was hoping you would say it sounds amazing so I have a justification to buy it 8) Surely the soundbar must provide better "surround sound" and what about the subwoofer ?
Cheers
Obviously a good soundbar will give you better surround sound, but for us the TV gives a more than adequate performance. It all depends on your expectations, and how much money you have to squander/spend on just watching TV (_;)

I can't argue with that, especially when you purchased the TV for 274 pounds :D8)
softice
clumsymum
softice
I can't believe this thread is still alive. Anyway, I'm very with my telly and looking for a decent soundbar, any suggestions ? Was recommended "Samsung HW-J355 120W with Subwoofer" which is only 89 quid at RS.
Thanks
That's the one I had asked RS to reserve for me, before our TV arrived. But frankly, once the telly was set up I cancelled it, sound was more than adequate without spending any more on it.
Ahh well, I was hoping you would say it sounds amazing so I have a justification to buy it 8) Surely the soundbar must provide better "surround sound" and what about the subwoofer ?
Cheers

Obviously a good soundbar will give you better surround sound, but for us the TV gives a more than adequate performance. It all depends on your expectations, and how much money you have to squander/spend on just watching TV (_;)
clumsymum
softice
I can't believe this thread is still alive. Anyway, I'm very with my telly and looking for a decent soundbar, any suggestions ? Was recommended "Samsung HW-J355 120W with Subwoofer" which is only 89 quid at RS.
Thanks
That's the one I had asked RS to reserve for me, before our TV arrived. But frankly, once the telly was set up I cancelled it, sound was more than adequate without spending any more on it.

Ahh well, I was hoping you would say it sounds amazing so I have a justification to buy it 8) Surely the soundbar must provide better "surround sound" and what about the subwoofer ?

Cheers
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65" Polaroid UHD Smart TV - £420.00 instore @ Asda Great Bridge

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Just seen this on the shelf and on displayed in Asda Great Bridge - this is a lot of TV for £420!! I asked and they had about 15 in stock the colleague said.
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It seems my tv is already broken, it turns on for about 15 seconds with a grey screen then turns off, i will call customer services tomorrow...

Edited By: Dantes on May 13, 2017 22:45
Just rang my local Asda to see if they had any but they sold out last week, price was £320!
Gutted....
There is a few f these still knocking around, cant fit one in the car though, ****
Deal4Me91
dogger3513
Does this have a 10 bit panel ? ;-)

There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six months.


Haha
7777777
The Polaroids are so in demand they must be really good

http://i.huffpost.com/gadgets/slideshows/462508/slide_462508_6248506_free.jpg
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/11/28/2390E74A00000578-2852585-While_no_official_figures_have_been_released_by_Asda_hundreds_of-48_1417169528481.jpg


Those picture are of people bringing them back.

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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?

this is tv smart tv Smart TV: Connected to the Internet

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

What are the Uses of Smart TVs?

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

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

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

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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.