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Argos: Samsung 55" 4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV - Use TVSAVE code for further 10% discount = £521.10! + TCB / Quidco for further discount AND £10 Argos voucher issued for orders over £100! = £505.31

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£521.10 @ Argos
Enjoy stunning brightness and true-to-life colours with the Samsung UE55KU6000 55'' UHD HDR Argos: Samsung 55" 4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV - Use TVSAVE code for further 10% discount = £521.10! + TCB / Q… Read More
Enjoy stunning brightness and true-to-life colours with the Samsung UE55KU6000 55'' UHD HDR Argos: Samsung 55" 4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV - Use TVSAVE code for further 10% discount = £521.10! + TCB / Q…
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My 1st post.
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LG OLED55B6V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" OLED TV and LG OLED55C6V £1,399.98 with code LSTV100A @ Currys

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Another price drop! B6 and C6 now £1499.98 but code LSTV100A is working again bringing the price down to £1399.98 with 5 year warranty. What Hi-Fi? magazine'. 5-star review. Tested at £2700. Ult… Read More
Another price drop! B6 and C6 now £1499.98 but code LSTV100A is working again bringing the price down to £1399.98 with 5 year warranty. What Hi-Fi? magazine'. 5-star review. Tested at £2700. Ult…
jimx26 Avatar3h, 17m agoFound 3 hours, 17 minutes ago9 Comments
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superyiddo
Agreed I'll be swapping my B6v from Richer Sounds. Will be paying on the credit card buying from Curry's though. Shame the e has gone back up to 2k again

Where you seeing the E for £2k ? its not been on the currys site for nearly 2 days as all sold out
Agreed I'll be swapping my B6v from Richer Sounds. Will be paying on the credit card buying from Curry's though. Shame the e has gone back up to 2k again
jarede
jimx26
Yep, bizarre considering my Richer Sounds deal the other day for £50 more hit almost 700 degrees. Maybe people don't like Currys?
I think it's to do with issues surrounding the "goodness" of currys 5 year warranty vs richer sounds 5 year warranty.
RS 6 year warranty.

Another price drop is good news but won't be buying from Currys.


Edited By: collectorcol on May 24, 2017 10:57
foxxes
Did people have any luck using the code in store previously? I have a reloadable card that can only been used in store giving me an 8% discount.
I think a few people have by speaking to a manager and showing them the deal on their phone.
Did people have any luck using the code in store previously? I have a reloadable card that can only been used in store giving me an 8% discount.
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SAMSUNG UE65KS9000 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 65” Curved LED TV with 5 Years Warranty £1,199.98 Currys with code

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pavel76 Avatar4h, 52m agoFound 4 hours, 52 minutes ago44 Comments
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Curve definitely improves viewing angles on Samsung sets, they don't look so good from acute angles and the contrast goes all out of balance.
The curve isn't really that bendy, especially on a 65" set. The bigger the TV set, the flatter the curve.
I've had my curved 55" OLED for about a year now and I've never entirely got used to it. Years ago when going from a convex CRT to a flat screen, it looked weird for a while and then my eyes adjusted to it. Going to a curved display, however, I've never got used to it. I guess, it's not truly concave, it's only curved around the vertical plane, so the image is only warped in one direction. When starting up a letterbox movie, I always initially notice the curve at the edges of the displayed image. I forget after a few minutes, but I still always notice at the start.
I'd definitely recommend a curve if you have people regularly sitting either side of the TV from a sharp angle.
Interesting. I remember convex CRTS and then flat trinitron came out it was so hyped. Then came TFT and it seemed we reached the ultimate form and now, concave seems to feel a bit of a step back. Anyhow I can see how it will improve the visuals for viewers sat at an angle, they'll see more of the screen. Anyway, I plan to jump in even though I believe this form will be seen as an 'experiemental' design in its day in the future when everything is flat again.

I thought the viewing angle would be a bit of a gimmick when I got it home. Whilst the far end of the screen obviously bends towards the viewer, the near side is bending the other way away from them. So, in theory, only half the screen will have an improvement from the curve. In practice, it just works, and the whole screen works much better. I did go from 46" to 55" though, so the extra 9 inches no doubt helps too!
jimbobpete
Hey Guys,
Where does it mention 5 year warranty on the currys page?
Thanks
Lol next to specsavers ;) look under the TV pics big black bold writing
fo_sho_yo
If you have this amount of money to spend on a TV, you could probably afford to pay full price rather than waiting until it's on sale.
Clown of the Week.
best tv ive ever seen
ro53ben
Curve definitely improves viewing angles on Samsung sets, they don't look so good from acute angles and the contrast goes all out of balance.
The curve isn't really that bendy, especially on a 65" set. The bigger the TV set, the flatter the curve.
I've had my curved 55" OLED for about a year now and I've never entirely got used to it. Years ago when going from a convex CRT to a flat screen, it looked weird for a while and then my eyes adjusted to it. Going to a curved display, however, I've never got used to it. I guess, it's not truly concave, it's only curved around the vertical plane, so the image is only warped in one direction. When starting up a letterbox movie, I always initially notice the curve at the edges of the displayed image. I forget after a few minutes, but I still always notice at the start.
I'd definitely recommend a curve if you have people regularly sitting either side of the TV from a sharp angle.


Interesting. I remember convex CRTS and then flat trinitron came out it was so hyped. Then came TFT and it seemed we reached the ultimate form and now, concave seems to feel a bit of a step back. Anyhow I can see how it will improve the visuals for viewers sat at an angle, they'll see more of the screen. Anyway, I plan to jump in even though I believe this form will be seen as an 'experiemental' design in its day in the future when everything is flat again.
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LG OLED55C6V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" OLED TV with 5 Years Warranty £1,399.00 Currys with code

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pavel76 Avatar5h, 20m agoFound 5 hours, 20 minutes ago16 Comments
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Picked up this tv a little over a week ago. Very happy with it! It replaced my Panasonic 55 backlit LCD which I purchased a little over a year ago. Black blacks are godly and as stated the 3D performance on this tv is fantastic!

Dolby Vision support sweetens the deal but at this price if you can, buy it and never look back. I know I won't.
hhmm...really want the 65 inch but at over £1000 more than 55 inch...is it really worth it??? Decisions...Decisions!!
**** what a price for this awesome tv!!! Had this since October and can't believe it has dropped so much!
the.porter
Angel_Of_The_North
What's the source of the promo code please?
TopCashback
Thank you
If you can't push to £1300 then I can highly recommend the LG 55uh850.

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/lg-55uh850v-smart-3d-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-55-led-tv-10144280-pdt.html

With LSTV75A it comes to £724.

HDR looks great, gets slightly brighter than Oled but without the perfect blacks. Coming from a 7 year old budget Sony it looks spectacular. Martian in 3d is amazing!

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on May 24, 2017 09:14
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NOW TV Box with 6 Month Entertainment Pass.£19.99 Argos

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NOW TV Box with 6 Month Entertainment Pass £19.99 NOW TV Box with 4 Month Cinema £19.99 Read More
NOW TV Box with 6 Month Entertainment Pass £19.99 NOW TV Box with 4 Month Cinema £19.99
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Bought. My local shops were out of stock, but available for home delivery. First time I've used it, but the £3.95 delivery was offered for free at checkout.
slightly better than the b&m 14.99 for 4 months entertainment pack
XposeyThe
dave77
yorkie
How long do the codes last for on these? If I bought 2 does that mean I'd have a years pass effectively?
Thanks
I buy these when they are on offer. Just wait until one pass is about to expire and then redeem the next one. I have been doing this for 2 years :)
What do you do with the devices? Sell them? Give as gifts? Keep them?
Build a Wall or Partition - I already have 12. Using the black and white gives a nice checkerboard effect.
These deals are excellent I always pick up these boxes for £20 every so often. Get all the best of sky channels and sky movies for just over £8 a month. Bargain. Just have a pile of now tv boxes to get rid of lol!
jamie19916
XposeyThe
mcormack
720p !
Its 1080 moron, go into setting then set to 1080p, its auto set to 720p for some reason
Agghh i swear people are dumb, i found this out instantly by myself

The box is 1080 but nowtv only stream at 720p.

https://help.nowtv.com/article/what-is-highest-streaming-quality-for-my-device



Yeah i just checked oops, oh well it doesnt matter, its all devices


Kinda stupid that they allow 1080 but stream 720, oh well its still not bad since my eyes are bad so i can barely notice 720p and 1080p they both look similar
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Sony KDL-40RD453 40 inch HD TV £239.00 @ Amazon

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Cheap TV for those on a budget or maybe for a second / spare room. Lightning deal 25% sold at time of posting. Read More
Cheap TV for those on a budget or maybe for a second / spare room. Lightning deal 25% sold at time of posting.
kencol Avatar7h, 13m agoFound 7 hours, 13 minutes ago2 Comments
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299 now
Good deal . I still have a Sony form 35 yrs ago . Now 70 yrs myself so may last till ...
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Sony Bravia 55XD8005 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV, 55" With Youview/Freeview HD & Silver Slate Design £674.10 with code TVSAVE - Argos

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Use code TVSAVE to save 10% on tvs over £499 at Argos Sony’s stunning audio-visual showpiece represents a titanic shift in home entertainment. Ushe… Read More
Use code TVSAVE to save 10% on tvs over £499 at Argos Sony’s stunning audio-visual showpiece represents a titanic shift in home entertainment. Ushe…
discoman2016 Avatar10h, 39m agoFound 10 hours, 39 minutes ago11 Comments
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Spakkle
Just saying.... we had a 65" Sony Bravia. It lasted 15 months - thank god for John Lewis's Warranty - anyway - this is not my point - that was just luck of the drawer - my point is the picture! We returned our TV for a refund as JL didnt have anything comparable -
....so we bought a Samsung - and wow, wow, wow! Seriously - I will never buy a Sony TV again - people aren't kidding when they say Samsung make the best screens. Its a million miles away from the Sony - one example (and I've got many, I never shut up about the Samsung) we watched Taken on blu-ray on the Samsung and it looked like it was filmed yesterday as opposed to all bitty and very digital looking on the Sony (you can see all the dots especially in darker scenes) where as on the Samsung it was like watching it for the first time all over again. I cannot stress how much better the picture (any picture) is on the Samsung compared to the Sony. Watching something more upto date (like Trolls for the millionth time) the picture is so amazing it draws you in, and somethings look real it spins you out a little to start with.
I just thought i'd share that before you spend your hard earned cash on a Sony! I for one have never been so happy our Sony broke and was beyond economical repair, and that we used the money to buy a Samsung.
How long have you had the Samsung it sounds amazing! Which model is it. And which sony was it, so i can stay clear?

It was the Sony Bravia KD65S8505 Curved LED 4K Ultra HD from John Lewis. The TV we have now is the Samsung UE65KS8000 65" 4K HDR S-Ultra-HD (Quantum Dot).

The differences are simply amazing. Even when streaming old films that have been re-done in HD never mind on blu-ray (like Matilda on Netflix) and when streaming from Google Play; the picture is simply amazing. The depth and colours is like nothing I've ever seen.

On the Sony they look pixelated, and were ruined by lots of dots everywhere (obviously the technique they use to make an old film into HD) but with the Samsung the images is as sharp, crisp and clear as if they were film in HD yesterday. We haven't even tried anything in 4K yet

I believe the Samsung is now discontinued (it was £1,499 from Sonic Direct - I didn't expect to have to buy another TV so soon after buying the Sony - I simply wanted the same features for the same money as John Lewis did us over a little bit [the Sony was £2,199, they price matched - great - and had a £250 TV Trade in offer, in the end we were a 37" TV down and only got £1,499 refund - so we essentially gave away our old tv) but when we come to upgrade it will be Samsung for us all the way.
Spakkle
Just saying.... we had a 65" Sony Bravia. It lasted 15 months - thank god for John Lewis's Warranty - anyway - this is not my point - that was just luck of the drawer - my point is the picture! We returned our TV for a refund as JL didnt have anything comparable -
....so we bought a Samsung - and wow, wow, wow! Seriously - I will never buy a Sony TV again - people aren't kidding when they say Samsung make the best screens. Its a million miles away from the Sony - one example (and I've got many, I never shut up about the Samsung) we watched Taken on blu-ray on the Samsung and it looked like it was filmed yesterday as opposed to all bitty and very digital looking on the Sony (you can see all the dots especially in darker scenes) where as on the Samsung it was like watching it for the first time all over again. I cannot stress how much better the picture (any picture) is on the Samsung compared to the Sony. Watching something more upto date (like Trolls for the millionth time) the picture is so amazing it draws you in, and somethings look real it spins you out a little to start with.
I just thought i'd share that before you spend your hard earned cash on a Sony! I for one have never been so happy our Sony broke and was beyond economical repair, and that we used the money to buy a Samsung.

How long have you had the Samsung it sounds amazing! Which model is it. And which sony was it, so i can stay clear?

Edited By: mivanpy on May 24, 2017 10:50
Just saying.... we had a 65" Sony Bravia. It lasted 15 months - thank god for John Lewis's Warranty - anyway - this is not my point - that was just luck of the drawer - my point is the picture! We returned our TV for a refund as JL didnt have anything comparable -

....so we bought a Samsung - and wow, wow, wow! Seriously - I will never buy a Sony TV again - people aren't kidding when they say Samsung make the best screens. Its a million miles away from the Sony - one example (and I've got many, I never shut up about the Samsung) we watched Taken on blu-ray on the Samsung and it looked like it was filmed yesterday as opposed to all bitty and very digital looking on the Sony (you can see all the dots especially in darker scenes) where as on the Samsung it was like watching it for the first time all over again. I cannot stress how much better the picture (any picture) is on the Samsung compared to the Sony. Watching something more upto date (like Trolls for the millionth time) the picture is so amazing it draws you in, and somethings look real it spins you out a little to start with.

I just thought i'd share that before you spend your hard earned cash on a Sony! I for one have never been so happy our Sony broke and was beyond economical repair, and that we used the money to buy a Samsung.
Does anyone that has this TV have any comment on the menu speed etc? Picture on my current TV is great but pushing the buttons on the remote and the menus loading is chronically slow.
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Sond Audio TV Bluetooth Aux Soundbar - 2.1 channel with built-in Subwoofer £11.97 @ Ebay / Ebuyer

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not sure if any good but cheap !, saw this when searching for soundbars free 24 hour delivery Sond Audio TV Bluetooth Soundbar - 2.1 channel with built-in Subwoofer - 3.5mm Aux-in jack - Blu…
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I suppose I had to buy it for this price
my tv already has 15W RMS, I guess this won't help even if this were given for free
I suppose not.
But still there could be certain advantages as you can connect blue tooth devices to it.
mkh93
andreasuk
I suppose I had to buy it for this price
my tv already has 15W RMS, I guess this won't help even if this were given for free

might help as has built in sub,
andreasuk
I suppose I had to buy it for this price
my tv already has 15W RMS, I guess this won't help even if this were given for free

Edited By: mkh93 on May 23, 2017 19:39
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I suppose I had to buy it for this price
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Toshiba 40L1653DB 40 InchFull HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD £179.00 @ Tesco

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Was an 43" LG tv for same price in asda..
Check out the one review on Tesco product page. I think need to pass but heat added.
It's a bit bulky looking, or am I being fussy? I suppose this a TV you'd expect for £180 right?
Heat added, must resist....!
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Hisense H55M6600, 55 Inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Freeview HD, Smart Curved TV - £549.99 (+ £100 credit) + delivery - £555.98 @ Very (BNPL)

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I was looking for a 4k 55 inch tv and found very nice deal from VERY. Hisense H55M6600 for £549.99 with £100 automatic credit if chosen with Buy Now Pay Later makes it great £449.99. Edit - for… Read More
I was looking for a 4k 55 inch tv and found very nice deal from VERY. Hisense H55M6600 for £549.99 with £100 automatic credit if chosen with Buy Now Pay Later makes it great £449.99. Edit - for…
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linhang90
3300 is the low specs one. Wouldnt recommend
Same specs TV, actually the only difference is the flat one is direct lit and this one is edge lit and suffers from light bleed
the m3300 is edge lit. does suffer with some backlight bleed.
Not according to Hisense spcecs http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/f320d020
I had the M6600 and it went back due to the terrible light bleed it had, a lot of users have also experienced the light bleed with this set which is documented on the avforums thread for this model.
I bought the M3300 as a replacement and it doesn't have any light bleeding issues and I am pretty happy with it.
the link isn't from Hisense though, it's from displayspecifications but no, it is definately not direct lit, i think the US versions might be.
no mention of direct lit on the Hisense UK website.
Do you have any proof to back that up? The reason I ask is because I would be pretty annoyed if it was not direct lit, because I was told directly by a Hisense representative that it was direct lit. I had to go through Hisense first before arranging my return and the person I spoke to explained to me that the light bleed on the M6600 can be due to it's edge lit panel and I would be better off with the M3300 if I wanted to avoid this. Also I have seen it advertised as direct lit in the specs on a few retailers and on the comparison link I posted above.
Seeing as I do not suffer from edge light bleed on my m3300 and I was told by Hisense it was direct lit and it's been advertised as such I am obviously going to continue to believe that unless you can provide anything to convince me otherwise?
I am 99.9% sure the M3000, M3300 & M6600 are edge lit......they definitely aren't FALD/full array, though there is the vague possibility of being the old style direct lit (though they look far too slim for that).

Edited By: N1Andy on May 23, 2017 21:25: spieling
adamspencer95
MisterFresh1980
adamspencer95
MisterFresh1980
linhang90
3300 is the low specs one. Wouldnt recommend
Same specs TV, actually the only difference is the flat one is direct lit and this one is edge lit and suffers from light bleed
the m3300 is edge lit. does suffer with some backlight bleed.
Not according to Hisense spcecs http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/f320d020
I had the M6600 and it went back due to the terrible light bleed it had, a lot of users have also experienced the light bleed with this set which is documented on the avforums thread for this model.
I bought the M3300 as a replacement and it doesn't have any light bleeding issues and I am pretty happy with it.
the link isn't from Hisense though, it's from displayspecifications but no, it is definately not direct lit, i think the US versions might be.
no mention of direct lit on the Hisense UK website.

Do you have any proof to back that up? The reason I ask is because I would be pretty annoyed if it was not direct lit, because I was told directly by a Hisense representative that it was direct lit. I had to go through Hisense first before arranging my return and the person I spoke to explained to me that the light bleed on the M6600 can be due to it's edge lit panel and I would be better off with the M3300 if I wanted to avoid this. Also I have seen it advertised as direct lit in the specs on a few retailers and on the comparison link I posted above.

Seeing as I do not suffer from edge light bleed on my m3300 and I was told by Hisense it was direct lit and it's been advertised as such I am obviously going to continue to believe that unless you can provide anything to convince me otherwise?
MisterFresh1980
adamspencer95
MisterFresh1980
linhang90
3300 is the low specs one. Wouldnt recommend
Same specs TV, actually the only difference is the flat one is direct lit and this one is edge lit and suffers from light bleed
the m3300 is edge lit. does suffer with some backlight bleed.

Not according to Hisense spcecs http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/f320d020

I had the M6600 and it went back due to the terrible light bleed it had, a lot of users have also experienced the light bleed with this set which is documented on the avforums thread for this model.

I bought the M3300 as a replacement and it doesn't have any light bleeding issues and I am pretty happy with it.


the link isn't from Hisense though, it's from displayspecifications but no, it is definately not direct lit, i think the US versions might be.

no mention of direct lit on the Hisense UK website.
Damrock
After going to a local store last week i went with the Hisense H55M7000, £669 with £100 off(£569) from very is what i went for.

Found the m7000 picture and motion handling to be much better than the m6600, deffo worth it for £100 more.


I went for same set, will mainly use for PS4 Pro. Arrived earlier today. Still tweaking picture settings but some of the Pro titles look outstanding.
would never touch very, dont matter about the price
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Mecool M8S Pro Android 7.1 Nougat, Octa-Core 3GB Android TV Box £46.17 Banggood

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Awesome little TV box has great specs and performs very well. CPU: S912 Octa-Core @ 2 Ghz GPU: Mali 820 @ 750mhz 3GB DDR4 RAM 16GB Internal Storage Dual Band Wifi 2.4 / 5 GHz B,G,N and AC Bluetoot… Read More
Awesome little TV box has great specs and performs very well. CPU: S912 Octa-Core @ 2 Ghz GPU: Mali 820 @ 750mhz 3GB DDR4 RAM 16GB Internal Storage Dual Band Wifi 2.4 / 5 GHz B,G,N and AC Bluetoot…
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I have bought this one last week on offer and with code for 43, hope will be good :D
https://www.banggood.com/H96-Pro-Plus-Amlogic-S912-3GB-RAM-16GB-ROM-TV-Box-p-1117329.html?rmmds=myorder


what's the difference between the one on your link and the below?
https://m.banggood.com/H96-Pro-Amlogic-S912-Octa-core-3GB-RAM-16GB-ROM-TV-Box-p-1091054.html?rmmds=shopcart

except for plus in the model spec seems to be identical.. of course the link I had got is now oos but had ordered one for a friend before it went oos for £37..... genuine question as to what's the difference..... their naming conventions are annoying
mad.dog
I'd say pay a few more pounds and get the Mi Box - it's an 'official' Android TV product and works really well


when they fix Netflix not running in it.
I have bought this one last week on offer and with code for 43, hope will be good :D
https://www.banggood.com/H96-Pro-Plus-Amlogic-S912-3GB-RAM-16GB-ROM-TV-Box-p-1117329.html?rmmds=myorder
are their any better options then kodi
Hi, as I am not very good with the electronic device numbers, Which box will be good, reasonable and compatible to IPTV app. thanks in advance to help
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Playstation 4 PRO 1TB with Prey & 3month NOW TV Pass £349.99 @ Game

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Excited to see what E3 has in store for us but for now I think this is good, with a recently released game and the obligatory TV pass thrown in for good standard measure! :{ Read More
Excited to see what E3 has in store for us but for now I think this is good, with a recently released game and the obligatory TV pass thrown in for good standard measure! :{
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makershaker
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I picked this up a few weeks back - it was a good deal for me as I had a lot of credit, I traded my fat PS4 in (bonus 4000 points) and had a few other bits to trade in.
I played through Prey and traded it back in for £36 so my outlay was vey minimal :)
....and did you honestly find any difference with the pro ?
On a 4K HDR telly, hell aye! Uncharted 4 looked good before but looks amazing now.
Some PSVR games run with better graphics too.

If you don't have a 4K TV, give it a miss.

Edited By: BubaMan on May 22, 2017 19:57
There's always at least one negative Nelly (_;)
Anil90
Waiting on White PS4 Pro come on Sony -_-
That and with E3 in just over 2 weeks there could be a price drop to counter Scorpio. Don't be silly and buy a pro until AFTER E3.
BubaMan
I picked this up a few weeks back - it was a good deal for me as I had a lot of credit, I traded my fat PS4 in (bonus 4000 points) and had a few other bits to trade in.
I played through Prey and traded it back in for £36 so my outlay was vey minimal :)


....and did you honestly find any difference with the pro ?
I picked this up a few weeks back - it was a good deal for me as I had a lot of credit, I traded my fat PS4 in (bonus 4000 points) and had a few other bits to trade in.
I played through Prey and traded it back in for £36 so my outlay was vey minimal :)
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2017 Cheapest Quadcore Android TV Box Under $23 - Sunvell R69 £18.29 Gearbest

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For this price, this is an Ideal Media player to watch your movie collection from a hard drive or to stream upto 1080p movies online, does Youtube 720p streaming very nicely too. Even Mircast works go… Read More
For this price, this is an Ideal Media player to watch your movie collection from a hard drive or to stream upto 1080p movies online, does Youtube 720p streaming very nicely too. Even Mircast works go…
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All winner cpu is really bad in all fairness also has a very old version of android 4.4

Edited By: ssjinzo on May 22, 2017 13:10
powerbrick
Didnt you rob that image from Chigz?
Its me :)
Didnt you rob that image from Chigz?
I bought one for the kids to keep them busy. They play clash of clans all the time and watch animated movies and it does the job. They are not complaining at all.
Cheap and not so cheerful, the SoC just isn't worth bothering with.

Stick to AmLogic.

Hot for the price like but yeah...
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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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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.


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channel 5 has been free since forever, hasn't it?
Arsenull 5th Place and Koscielny suspension for next week's final :p

Edited By: hass123 on May 21, 2017 17:08
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Daryl010
Hocky
what the point season over after tomorrow.
Have you forgotten about the FA Cup final? Or may be the team you support is not there

It's on BBC1.
Hocky
what the point season over after tomorrow.
Have you forgotten about the FA Cup final? Or may be the team you support is not there
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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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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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Android TV is slow, but if you're an Android user it's worth putting up with.... sadly.

I've not found it to be slow at all?

Have you tried these steps to resolve it?
ME55Y
jimjimjeroo
I picked up the Panasonic TX58DX750 for 799 with 5 year warranty paid an extra 99 and got the Panasonic SCHTB488EBK Home Theatre Sound Bar

Hi mate was looking at this TV but they showing as non in stock around me... were did you get yours? I wonder if theyl be gettibg anymore in?!


try currys/pc world
zetecrob
pgregg
zackariah
pgregg
Beware of Sony Android TVs with Youview.
You'd think that live pause, record was standard by now - but Sony don't support it because they use Youview as the EPG. This was an expensive mistake I made about 6 months ago (black friday).... was a very black friday.
My model also had dual satellite inputs and boasted recording.... guess what? Youview also disables those. OPs post doesn't have dual tuners, or satellite - so at least you aren't losing features you are paying for - but you will still be unable to pause/record live tv.
Failed the WAT (Wife Acceptance Test).
Made me put the 5 yo Samsung back in the living room and the new 49" 4K Sony went upstairs to the PS4/XB1 room.
Sony - never again (at least not before verifying that every feature I want, and they claim, actually works).
i have 8509, yeah youview stops a few things but you can turn it off
Indeed you can. But then you are left with an EPG that looks like all the channels are selected from a random number generator. Mine had Adult Babestation between BBC1 and BBC2.
Maybe it sorts it in a "most watched channels" order

Lol. Well not fresh out of the box anyway :)
ME55Y
jimjimjeroo
I picked up the Panasonic TX58DX750 for 799 with 5 year warranty paid an extra 99 and got the Panasonic SCHTB488EBK Home Theatre Sound Bar
Hi mate was looking at this TV but they showing as non in stock around me... were did you get yours? I wonder if theyl be gettibg anymore in?!

It's last years model and new ones are coming out now so very unlikely to be restocked, deals were on to get rid of them for the new ones.
jimjimjeroo
I picked up the Panasonic TX58DX750 for 799 with 5 year warranty paid an extra 99 and got the Panasonic SCHTB488EBK Home Theatre Sound Bar

Hi mate was looking at this TV but they showing as non in stock around me... were did you get yours? I wonder if theyl be gettibg anymore in?!
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dc89
Kicking myself I didn't pull the trigger.
Come on Game, get the deal back on X)
Order now. It's in stock


Thanks for the heads up mate! You're a legend.
kris147
this or the one in tesco for £200 with a blue controller?
Your choice mate. Whether you want console with 5 games or console with an extra controller?
this or the one in tesco for £200 with a blue controller?
this is great bundle!
dc89
Kicking myself I didn't pull the trigger.
Come on Game, get the deal back on X)
Order now. It's in stock
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kha27
What is better Lg oled 55b6v or Panasonic Tx-58DX902?

To the point:

LG OLED is better if you need wide viewing angles.

Panasonic DX902 LCD is better if you need a much brighter picture, better HDR & motion processing. Also extra 3 inches of screen size.
kha27
What is better Lg oled 55b6v or Panasonic Tx-58DX902?

Main differences - the LG has newer OLED tech, the Panasonic has 3D.

Reviews:
LG: http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/oled55b6v-201611044381.htm
Panasonic: http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/tx58dx902b-201604174282.htm
What is better Lg oled 55b6v or Panasonic Tx-58DX902?
LG Oled 55b6v £1449
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this or the 55" philips?
AJ92
JohnnyBe
AJ92
so whats 4K OLED?
This is a term that describes what all Spanish people will have done if they celebrate the Year 4000. At midnight they will shout Ole, effectively they will have 4k Oled'
Why Spanish people?

Prolly because he was creep enough to look me up and see that im in spain automatically claiming im spanish.
JohnnyBe
AJ92
so whats 4K OLED?

This is a term that describes what all Spanish people will have done if they celebrate the Year 4000. At midnight they will shout Ole, effectively they will have 4k Oled'


tumbleweed.........
JohnnyBe
AJ92
so whats 4K OLED?
This is a term that describes what all Spanish people will have done if they celebrate the Year 4000. At midnight they will shout Ole, effectively they will have 4k Oled'
Why Spanish people?
JohnnyBe
AJ92
so whats 4K OLED?

This is a term that describes what all Spanish people will have done if they celebrate the Year 4000. At midnight they will shout Ole, effectively they will have 4k Oled'


lol'd so hard I think a little bit of pee came out X)

Correction: I meant pea, from my butt hole

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excellent!! cheers!!!
djc0367
This or the Hisense 43m3000 for around the same price?
Hisense... or 49inch for only £349
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/302304338606?clk_rvr_id=1217104413351&rmvSB=true
I got AO to price match the amazon price and then had a £30 Britains got talent discount code taking it down to £299.
djc0367
This or the Hisense 43m3000 for around the same price?


This
This or the Hisense 43m3000 for around the same price?
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Samsung UE55KS9000 55" Curved TV & UBDK8500 4K Blueray Player £1,199.00 @ Crampton and Moore

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Dusty666
Replaced mine for an LG
Lots of screen bleed and faulty one connect box.
LG seems much better.
Which LG did you go for?


Good price! Keep walking wadadli
Dusty666
Replaced mine for an LG
Lots of screen bleed and faulty one connect box.
LG seems much better.
Which LG did you go for?
Replaced mine for an LG
Lots of screen bleed and faulty one connect box.
LG seems much better.
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will this work on reserve and collect orders? thanks
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That programme looked pretty good but if you see something that takes your fancy there's no way of telling where it was from. They say with a few things i.e. the food mixer from Aldi but not others.


Bet those spendaholics still went and bought the branded gear to impress their mates- whilst some of the things they seemed to nod to, you could tell they weren't going to follow through with it...
That programme looked pretty good but if you see something that takes your fancy there's no way of telling where it was from. They say with a few things i.e. the food mixer from Aldi but not others.
I saw that program too (I know I'm a saddo) buy I thought out the 4 that was the nicest. Well spotted :)
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OP not very "savie" then :p
It looks like it's an offer for new customers to TCB, and it's £20 cashback on the 12 months Sky CInema pass for £77 not the 2 for 1 deal.

^^ Like they said ;)

Edited By: pete_101 on May 19, 2017 12:35
It looks like the £20 cashback only applies to "Get 12 months of the Sky Cinema Pass for just £77 and save 36%" offer, not the 2 for 1 month Cinema pass at £9.99...

Log in to TCB then visit: https://www.topcashback.co.uk/24_Hour_Deals/(cut and paste as direct link doesn't work)



Edited By: DCW on May 19, 2017 12:36
Good deal. New customers only only so everyone is aware.
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can't you just install the app?
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thegamingkinginfo
Bought 50 for eBay... easy profit :p
What did you buy ? were exacly ?
Bought 50 for eBay... easy profit :p
I can't see it on Hughes and the link is not direct.
excellent!! cheers!!
Shame the 65" are still so expensive. If they were 1k cheaper it would be a no brainier.
65e is around 3.1k and the 65g around 3.8k

Could prob handle around 2k on a Tv, but to get a 55 when I already have a 51 Plasma, would prob not be worth the spend.
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grabbed one in store by me, nice one. wish they did a black one though - they also had a mass effect andromeda book (bloody huge thing!) reduced from 19.99 to 14.99 so I picked that up too. you also get gears of war 1 2 3 as well


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Spud211
just to confirm that this deal is also in store - at least at Denton Manchester. just traded in my launch day XBO for this deal, same price and contents :) winner!
If its in store too then it avoids the delivery time :) Thanks
just to confirm that this deal is also in store - at least at Denton Manchester. just traded in my launch day XBO for this deal, same price and contents :) winner!
its a good deal. off to trade in my current xbone for store credit, would make this near enough £100 or less if i also chuck in a few games :)
So tempted
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Asda have price matched this at £15, just seen them in the Crewe store but no points obviously.
Still loads in stock in Hull, St Stephens. Got myself 3 boxes (nine months of viewing), for £45, £15 back in clubcard points, plus £3 per box from CEX, so that's nine months of viewing for £21. Job's a good 'un!
yusuf1st
does anyone know how long this 3 month pass will be valid for before we can activate?



There's no expiry date shown on the voucher itself, but on the outside of the box it states 'voucher expires one year after date of purchase'
I'm not sure how the voucher would know when it was purchased though!
does anyone know how long this 3 month pass will be valid for before we can activate?
DexMorgan
raj75
DexMorgan
Can anyone confirm if the following is doable?
Set up this box on a new account
Take the 2 months entertainment for the price of 1 that now tv are offering on their site
Cancel that before it runs out so I only pay £6.99 for 2 months
Then apply the 3 month code that came with this?
Thanks in advance for help :)
Yes, absolutely you can.
But if I were you, I will buy another 3 month box, instead of £6.99 for 2 months offer.
Thanks :)
I thought about that but even after the 500 points back I'm paying £3 more for a box I don't need and an extra month I won't use
I'm not bothered about sky atlantic after twin peaks ends!
Point taken. If you only need for 5 months, your method is good.
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Xiaomi Mi Box Amlogic S905X 2.0 GHz 2GB/8GB AndroidTV Box - Google Cast, Voice Controlled Remote,4K, Android TV 6.0 £43.86 @ Banggood (Use voucher 20MiBox52 or 20MiBox53)

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I expect these boxes will suffer in sales now Kodi 'add-ons' have gone from 'grey area' to ILLEGAL! :(
...ah well, it was good while it lasted, still got my retro games on my amazon TV box (...s'pose that's probably illegal too ain't it?). oO
How so? the sale of boxes with pre-installed software maybe, but not the add-ons themselves.
edit * misread your comment, agree the box sales will suffer

Edited By: t002236 on May 18, 2017 19:11
I expect these boxes will suffer in sales now Kodi 'add-ons' have gone from 'grey area' to ILLEGAL! :(

...ah well, it was good while it lasted, still got my retro games on my amazon TV box (...s'pose that's probably illegal too ain't it?). oO
why is this voted cold? It's a good box at a low price?

Also, 6.3% via topcashback
Each time I see this box I cry because it has no ethernet. Why Xiaomi, why? I would have jumped otherwise.
Fionashaw123
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Bilbo1968
I have one very impressed with it albeit you have to sideload a lot of apps.

any way to have goggle play on there properly.
I want to upgrade my dad's firestick to this as he can't type in search boxes into you tube with the controller.
voice search would be perfect for him , but he would want proper Google play for his apps.

Google play is installed as standard - this is an official google box


thank you.for that. (autocorrect error)
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Panasonic Viera TX-49DS500B 49 Inch SMART Full HD LED TV Built In Freetime (Refurb from ebay Panasonic outlet with 1Year warranty) £299.99

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afroylnt
Also not sure this TV has access to many of the catch channels think it has freeview play in the main.
Non-4k TVs seem to be finally coming down in price, seen some good deals lately.
'the TX-49DS500B has Freetime built-in which lets you scroll back through TV listings and watch programmes from catch-up services such as, BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD and Demand 5 without having to open specific applications (you'll need a broadband internet connection).'
Useful info - any limitaitons with freetime - I thought it may only go back 7 days?
afroylnt
Also not sure this TV has access to many of the catch channels think it has freeview play in the main.

Non-4k TVs seem to be finally coming down in price, seen some good deals lately.


'the TX-49DS500B has Freetime built-in which lets you scroll back through TV listings and watch programmes from catch-up services such as, BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD and Demand 5 without having to open specific applications (you'll need a broadband internet connection).'
Also not sure this TV has access to many of the catch channels think it has freeview play in the main.

Non-4k TVs seem to be finally coming down in price, seen some good deals lately.
I have this TV for my games room. The picture quality is very good, but motion handling is poor. Blurry and ghosty.
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Graded As New - 50 Panasonic TX-50DX700B 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD Smart LED HDR TV £449.00 electronicworldtv

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As above, Saw the 58 inch version get good reviews so thought this was good at the price.
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Niz
whats this, about Sony as well? when did this start happening!


As far as i know, Sony aren't doing this.... Yet! I was just saying that back in the day Sony and panasonic churned out the best tvs
whats this, about Sony as well? when did this start happening!
balsingh458
Are these actually made by Panasonic or are they rebranded. Annoyed that panasonic went down this route. Along with Sony, They used to make the best TVs
Agreed. What's the general consensus on who makes the best TVs nowadays, does anyone know?
Are these actually made by Panasonic or are they rebranded. Annoyed that panasonic went down this route. Along with Sony, They used to make the best TVs
Not brand new... also £20 cheaper at Panasonic eBay outlet
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Samsung UE55KU6000 Black - 55inch 4K Ultra HD TV with Active Crystal Colour - £549.00 (with code) inc. delivery @ Co-op Electrical

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Mecool MK8 P, Android TV Box, Amlogic S912 octa core, 2GB RAM 16GB storage on BangGood for £27.99 delivered use code "elec"

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For anyone who bought this box, here's a Russian forum with lots of interesting modding going on, if you can understand the dubious Google translation...

http://4pda.ru/forum/lofiversion/index.php?t807465-0.html
steevojohno
Is there an import tax on this

Unlikely it will get stopped, but if it was then there would be some charges to pay.
Is there an import tax on this
Anyway seller sent me a message it is OOS however they had 2 with UK plug and like 16 with other plug at time of my purchase. Have it refunded and I'm not unhappy because of the mixed reviews about wifi performance and lack of BT / gigabit lan. At the end have bought a more expensive one with s912 soc / 3GB RAM / wifi ac / gigabit lan using the code above for 43, we will see.

Edited By: borosidf on May 19, 2017 13:21: gimme reason
borosidf
No bt? oO how the heck will I use my remote. :(

It comes with an IR remote. Or put a bluetooth adapter in one of the two usb sockets?

Edited By: popoyaya on May 18, 2017 21:03

A Guide to Buy Good and Cheap TVs

History of TelevisionThe TV set has come a long way since it was first made commercially available, but the basic set-up still remains: a screen with speakers and some sort of receptor. The iconic glowing, rectangular screen that we've all spent many an hour gazing into is our window onto the wider world. To borrow the public broadcasting mantra from the first BBC Director General Lord Reith: it informs, educates, and entertains all of us. The way we watch television may have changed with new technological developments, from the VCR to satellite and cable television to the arrival of the internet, but television as a feature of society is definitely here to stay.

From Cathode Ray Tubes to Smart TVs

The invention of the television was, in truth, the cumulative result of the works of various different scientists, corporations, technicians and inventors in the late 19th century and early 20th century. It's generally accepted, however, that it was the Scottish inventor, John Logie Baird who managed to put all these different devices together to produce a moving broadcasted image. In 1925, Baird gave the world's first demonstration of television at Selfridge's Department Store in London. Since the human face didn't have enough contrast for the equipment of the time, the image broadcasted was that of "Stooky Bill", a ventriloquist's dummy who talked and moved and whose painted face had a higher contrast.

Baird's "Televisor", sold in the UK from 1930 to 1933, is widely considered to be the world's first mass-produced television set, and then followed a slow but steady stream of TVs from various manufacturers in Europe and North America throughout the early '30s, most notably German company Telefunken's cathode ray tube TVs released in 1934. It's estimated that 19,000 electronic TV sets were made in Britain before the start of World War II.

A combination of wartime technological developments, the lifting of the freeze on manufacturing and a drop in prices as a result of mass production saw the use of television skyrocket in the post-war era. In 1947, there were just 15,000 households in the UK with a TV. By 1952, this number had reached 1.4 million and had reached 15.1 million by the end of the 1960's. By this time, colour television was fairly widespread and BBC One, BBC Two and ITV were broadcasting regularly in colour.

Flat Screen TV

By 1992, the old cathode ray tube display television sets had been almost completely supplanted across the world by flat panel display TVs, and by the mid-90's, LCD and LED TVs had come to dominate the market, with plasma flat-screens television arriving in the early 2000's.

The age of digital television began in the late 2000's, with governments worldwide setting deadlines for the end of analogue broadcasting. In the United Kingdom, this process of "digital switchover" began in October 2007 and ended in October 2012. It's expected that the global switchover will have been completed by the end of the 2010's, and as technology continues to develop, it's certain that the television set will go with it.

Different Types of Television Sets

For many years, all television sets used cathode ray tubes. The last twenty years have seen an explosion of different kinds of TV technology like LED, LCD and flat-screen plasma TVs. Each different kind of television set has its own strengths and weaknesses and works better in varying circumstances. Here's a quick overview of the main types of television technology:

  • Samsung UHDCathode Ray Tube: As previously mentioned, cathode ray tube TVs, or CRT TVs for short, were the only kind of television set from the 1930's until the 1990's. They work by shooting electron streams through a vacuum, using a kind of electron "gun", onto a fluorescent screen. This type of technology needs space to work effectively – this is why the CRT TVs are bigger and heavier than their more modern counterparts, which by now have largely taken their place. The larger the screen, the bigger and heavier the TV set, meaning that practicality dictated a maximum of a 36-inch screen. Despite the size and weight issues, CRT televisions are still valued by some industries, such as broadcasting and professional photography, due to their wide viewing angle and contrast and colour fidelity.
  • Plasma: Plasma TVs are lit by many tiny cells, which are filled with supercharged gases that are not dissimilar to fluorescent lamps. They are much slimmer than their CRT counterparts due to not needing an electron gun and were the first commercially available flat-screen TVs. Plasma technology has a high contrast and colour fidelity and it allows for large screens, usually between 42 inches and 65 inches, as well a wide viewing angle.
  • Liquid Crystal Display: Liquid crystal displays or LCDs create images on the screen by utilising the reflective nature of liquid crystals and a backlight of CCFL (cold-cathode fluorescent lamps). Lighter and less cumbersome than plasma televisions, LCD TVs also consume less energy. The size can range from 15 inch to 70 inch models and they are currently the most popular kind of TV set though they're not without their drawbacks. For some time, LCD TVs did not reproduce the colour or contrast as faithfully as plasma screen TVs. In more recent years, the CCFL has been replaced by LED backlighting, which for all intents and purposes has eliminated this problem. The newest LCD technology on the market, the OLED (organic light emitting diodes) are the thinnest option presently available and require no backlight. Even so, plasma TVs still beat their LCD counterparts in terms of wide-angle viewing and the colour of the images tends to fade on an LCD set when viewed from above, below or from either side.
  • Rear Projection: Rear projection televisions, or RPTVs, utilise digital light processing technology whereby light is emitted by a lamp and reflected through a colour wheel by microchips fitted with tiny mirrors, thus creating an image. Not as bulky as CRTs, but still larger than plasmas or LCDs, RPTVs start at 50 inches and can be larger than 90 inches diagonally. The colour and contrast fidelity on RPTVs tends to be of a high standard, and in general, they go for a lower price than a flat-screen. They do, however, sometimes have a "rainbow effect" problem, caused by the colour wheel though this is less common with the newer models. It's also necessary to replace the bulbs in the lamps from time to time which can be, of course, a bit of hassle if it blows at an inopportune time.
  • Front Projection: A popular option for home theatres, front projection uses the same principle as a big-screen cinema. Most projectors use LCD, LCoS (liquid crystal on silicon) or DLP (digital light processing) technology, although some still use CRT. A clean, white wall or special viewing screen is necessary to view the image on, and having control over the lighting is very important, bearing in mind that any light that shines on the surface will dim the image. It's a great option for a party, whether it's a sporting event, election night or for party visuals, but it's expensive to set up. This is, among other reasons, because projectors don't include speakers, meaning it requires an additional expense for good sound quality.

TV Compact Buying Guide

Getting Your Head Round the TV Specs

When shopping for a new TV, you'll encounter a whole world of features and specifications to try and make sense of. Some of them apply to both plasma and LCD TV sets, while others are only relevant to LCD/LED sets. To help make things a bit clearer, here's a short overview of the most important specs and what they mean for potential TV shoppers.

  • ResolutionHD vs. 4K Ultra HD: Most HDTV (High-Definition Television) sets of 40 inches or above have 1920 x 1080 ppi (pixels per inch). A set with this resolution provides great detail and is a solid option for those not wanting to shell out a lot of cash for an Ultra HD/4K TV set. Ultra is unquestionably great, in terms of picture quality. Small onscreen objects are more clearly defined and text is sharper, too. In general, images are much richer and more lifelike than with their HD counterparts. The problem with Ultra or 4K (as they are interchangeably known) is that there is very little compatible content out there at the moment. Currently, no channels broadcast in 4K and there are only a few websites that stream such content. There are some Netflix programmes that do so, for example.
  • Refresh Rate: Faster is better – this is true for the refresh rate which indicates how often per second a picture is refreshed on a TV screen. The minimal refresh rate – expressed in Hertz (Hz) – is 60 times per second. Firm pictures are created today with a rate of 120 Hz, somtimes you´ll also find TVs where the rate is doubled up to 240 Hz.
  • A cheaper option is to buy a smaller TV size, usually 1366 x 768 ppi though these sets have to scale down 1080 ppi images to fit to the smaller resolution. This can sometimes cause the images on a 768 ppi TV set to appear less sharp or have less depth than those on a 1080 ppi model. If you're thinking of buying a small HDTV, measuring 40 inches or less, you can expect a 1080 ppi set to be around 25 % more expensive than their 768 ppi counterparts, and most experts claim that the difference in price is well worth the difference in quality.
  • Contrast: Contrast, essentially, refers to the difference between the lightest images and the darkest images that a screen can create. This is generally determined by the darkness of the blacks. After the resolution, the contrast is probably the most important element in determining the quality of an image. The deeper and stronger the blacks, the sharper the colours are, and the more they pop out of the screen. If, however, the blacks are more like greys, the contrast is less and the resulting image can appear washed out and fuzzy.
  • Smart apps usingInternet Connectivity: Most big-name TV sets manufactured these days will have the ability to connect to the internet either by cable or wirelessly, using your router at home. This gives you the ability to access content that's stored on the other computers on your home network, as well as any content on the internet, such as that provided by YouTube, Netflix and Amazon Prime.
  • 3D Support: Despite most of the major TV manufacturers having a wide range of 3D TVs on the market, 3D is still a fledgling area of television, mostly because at the moment, there aren’t enormous amounts of 3D content out there. This will be changing in the not-too-distant future and it's an option worth considering if you want to get your TV ready for the revolution when it comes! If you want to watch 3D movies on your TV, you´ll have to make sure you have a 3D compatible Blu ray-player or another source with 3D content and 3D glasses for the viewers.
  • HDMI Connections: Most TV sets today have one or two HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) ports. HDMI is essentially a cable and port technology that can transfer uncompressed video and audio data from a compliant source, such as a laptop, to a compatible video projector, computer monitor or TV set. It's very useful for playing something from your computer and watching it on a bigger screen, higher-quality screen and also a great option for video gamers.
  • Curved TVs: Another feature mostly of OLED TVs and 4K LCDs is a curved screen. The idea behind this is an even more in depth-viewing experience. TVs featuring a curved screen are often very expensive, but the actual effect is only perceptible for a few people sitting in the centre in front of the TV – for others, the viewing angle is very limited.

Size Matters: How Big To Buy a TV?

In terms of TV size, bigger doesn't necessarily mean better. Obvious factors, such as the size of your room, as well as whether or not it has to fit in an entertainment centre or cabinet, need to be taken into account – not to mention your budget. There is also a direct, mathematically-equatable correlation between the size of a screen and the distance you're sitting from it. The "ideal" screen size fills up a certain size of your field of vision, though the debatable part is exactly how big that "ideal size" should be.

Curved screen

There have been various formulas devised to try to find the optimal viewing angle, but it seems that no one can really find total agreement on the issue. Nonetheless, the general rule of thumb when thinking of what size television to plum for is that the images on very large TV sets look better when you're a bit further away. Taking into account the different opinions on the matter, the most common formula for calculating this is to measure the viewing distance in inches and then divide that by 3. So, if you'll be sitting 10 feet from the TV set, or 120 inches, then 120 divided by 3 means that a 40 inch screen is best for you. This formula works using centimetres too, for those who prefer to use the metric system.

The other issue with TV size is how much you want it to "dominate" the room it will be housed in. A simple test to gauge an idea of this is to make a cardboard cut-out of the size (or sizes) you're thinking of buying, and just seeing how they fare in the intended room.

TV Sets For Gamers and Movie Buffs

4k Ultra HD

If you’re a video games fan, chances are that when you’re buying a new TV set, you’ll want something that makes the graphics pop. Ideally, you’ll also be looking for something without a delay between what’s happening on your console and what’s happening on your screen. Too many lives are lost that way...

The gaming industry is growing exponentially. Electronics manufacturers are aware of this and have been forced to raise their game, as it were. In a nutshell, the three main specs that gamers will want to pay attention to include high resolution, a low time-lag from console to screen and a good colour contrast. Sony, Samsung and LG, to name but three companies, are producing high-end TV sets that work just as well - perhaps even better - for gaming as for watching TV.

Essentially, the same set of TV spec criteria for video gaming applies to movie fans too. Those who like to really watch films in a big way will want their home cinema to give a clear, crisp picture and to create an immersive experience. That means nothing less than a 1080 ppi resolution and a high contrast with a strong colour fidelity. Not forgetting that if you’re not using a surround sound system, good, clear loudspeakers are also very important for a movie viewing of the highest quality.

Pros and Cons of the Most-wanted TVs

4K Ultra HD Pros

  • Lively Colours
  • Enormous clarity and detail in pictures

4K Ultra HD Cons

  • Expensive

 

OLED Pros

  • High contrast
  • Bright colours
  • Realistic black levels
  • Fast refresh rates

OLED Cons

  • Expensive
  • Restricted OLED-lifetime

 

LED Pros

  • Energy efficient
  • True blacks
  • Thin and lightweight

LED Cons

  • Limited viewing angle


LCD Pros

  • High Brightness

LCD Cons

  • Limited viewing angle
  • Limited brightness
  • Poor blacks


Plasma Pros

  • High Contrast
  • Deep black

Plasma Cons

  • Production is shifted to OLED TVs

 

4K UHD TV vs. 1080 p HD TV

Accessorise Your TV Experience

You can get a much richer experience from your TV and home cinema by combining it with the right accessories. Finding the right furniture for a TV set is a big part of this, and there's a wide range of TV stands, brackets, cabinets, and home cinema units that you can choose from to make your television set fit perfectly into its surroundings. There are also various cables and extensions that can improve your home viewing experience. For example, an HDMI splitter will allow you to plug more than one HDMI compatible device into a port at the same time. It's a great option for gamers! Remote controls are a popular accessory too, especially when you want to combine the functions of two or three remotes into one, for the sake of practicality and ease.

Smart apps streaming

For those with their minds set on a real home cinema experience, the purchase of an additional sound system is inevitable. You have the choice of different systems such as sound bars, sound bases or home cinema systems.

Cheap TV Deals: Sales and Shopping Events

From specialist electrical retailers to leading supermarket chains, there's a whole range of online sellers providing a host of different TV sets. It's always worth taking a look at Curry's and Dixon's, two of the UK's leading electrical goods retailers to find the best price. Supermarket giants like Tesco and ASDA also usually stock a wide range of TV sets, as well as Argos and the online giant Amazon.

Among the biggest producers of TVs are Samsung, LG Electronics, Sony, Panasonic, Sharp and Philips.

Throughout the year, you can find TVs deals, though certain times are better than others. If you're not looking to get an absolute top –of-the-range model, then June is often a good time to shop great deals on the older models. Many TV manufacturers launch their new TVs around this time leading to a drop in price of the old ones around the beginning of the summer.

Of course, the January Sales are often a great time to pick up a bargain on a new TV set, as well as at the end of November when the Black Friday sales take place – thus unofficially marking the beginning of the Christmas period, during which prices on a range of televisions are often drastically slashed.

Best TV Deals UK: Get Great Offers with HotUKDeals

You can take advantage of the best deals on TVs by regularly keeping an eye on the special HotUKDeals listings. Why pay more? Go to our dedicated TV sets page and find loads of cheap TVs.