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Amazon Fire TV Stick Now only £32.99 @ AMAZON

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Just ordered another one for myself.. Dropped by £7 from original price :) Can be used with the 10NOW40 discount code (credit to harefoot) Read More
Just ordered another one for myself.. Dropped by £7 from original price :) Can be used with the 10NOW40 discount code (credit to harefoot)
spufmonkey Avatar33m agoFound 33 minutes ago13 Comments
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I use one with an IPTV service and it performs brilliantly.. I haven't installed the popular "tweak" on one yet tho
Yeah I frequently catch a cold! oO
jona77 do you have a koldi?
Bought one of these on Prime day excellent device especially with erm cough cough one or two tweaks! oO
brandinio
I saw this price yesterday on the Amazon app. Went to click on it. Price was back to £39.99. However, I saw the price reduced to £34.99 earlier on today, and decided to bite the bullet and place an order for one. About an hour later, I saw that it got reduced back to £32.99. I’ve never seen myself cancel an order so quickly in my life. Especially with it being 20 mins left until the cut off for next day delivery. I wonder why the price is fluctuating so much?
lol, i got my order in with 20 mins to go as well :)
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Disney Summer Days - Movies start at £4.99 Digital HD at Google Play, Wuaki TV & TalkTalkTV

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£4.99 @ Google play
Discover offers on the best Disney Movies to sit back and enjoy together. Plus own a Disney Bestseller in HD, offers start at just £4.99. Google Play is offering discounts to over 100 Disney titles, Read More
Discover offers on the best Disney Movies to sit back and enjoy together. Plus own a Disney Bestseller in HD, offers start at just £4.99. Google Play is offering discounts to over 100 Disney titles,
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Save over £9 on Taboo Season 1! On Sale for £9.99 Digital HD at Amazon Video & TalkTalkTV

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£9.99 @ TalkTalk
Set in 1814, Taboo follows James Keziah Delaney, a man who has been to the ends of the earth and comes back irrevocably changed. Believed to be long dead, he returns home to London from Africa to inhe… Read More
Set in 1814, Taboo follows James Keziah Delaney, a man who has been to the ends of the earth and comes back irrevocably changed. Believed to be long dead, he returns home to London from Africa to inhe…
AshUK2000 Avatar4h, 18m agoFound 4 hours, 18 minutes ago5 Comments
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It was way too long imo.

As is fargo.

Edited By: SS41 on Jul 27, 2017 15:11
livid_chimp
Agree - enjoyed it, but heavily stylised and that wore a bit thin by the end. Behind the overplayed mysteriousness card there was surprisingly little substance. Great acting though, and obviously enough to keep me watching!

The ending just felt really rushed too, oh well, we will always have fargo
TN567
Defenitely over rated this series imo, good but nor amazing
Agree - enjoyed it, but heavily stylised and that wore a bit thin by the end. Behind the overplayed mysteriousness card there was surprisingly little substance. Great acting though, and obviously enough to keep me watching!
Defenitely over rated this series imo, good but nor amazing
I wish the blu-ray would go down this much.
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Samsung KU6100 65" 4K UHD Curved Smart TV £859.97 @ Ebuyer

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£859.97 @ Ebuyer
Samsung KU6100 65" 4K UHD Curved Smart TV Product Description Enjoy true UHD 4K clarity and colour The Curved KU6100 with 1400 PQI delivers a beautifully vibrant immersive true UHD experience with i… Read More
Samsung KU6100 65" 4K UHD Curved Smart TV Product Description Enjoy true UHD 4K clarity and colour The Curved KU6100 with 1400 PQI delivers a beautifully vibrant immersive true UHD experience with i…
resende Avatar7h, 17m agoFound 7 hours, 17 minutes ago12 Comments
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Was incredibly apprehensive about purchasing my 65 inch Samsung (ks9000) but as JL said I could return it if I didn't like it I thought I'd try it first.

All this talk about viewing angles is irrelevant unless you're sitting to the extreme sides, which would be a problem even if with a flat. Glare from the windows produces wavy lines as opposed to a flat line on the screen, this is about the only difference (it's not even an issue for me).

Most importantly, the curve is very gentle and virtually unnoticeable - suffice to say I kept the TV without hesitation even though it was possible to get a flat version.
gianthair
What's the dealio in a nutshell?

Curved doesn't do much for smaller screens and where it does appear more obviously on larger screens, people tend to put those larger screens on the wall. This means that they have to put up with TVs that protrude from the wall. Curved also means that whoever is not on dead centre of the TV gets a slightly distorted view.
ezzer72
People who complain about curved TVs are generally buyers of brands that don't offer the feature.No such choice to make when ordering your new Polaroid, eh?

Or they opt for higher end brands that have recognised that curved is not the future and offers no advantage ;)
resende
I have one 65'' Samsung 4k curved ( not this model ) and I'm happy with it :D

Is it on the wall
People who complain about curved TVs are generally buyers of brands that don't offer the feature.

No such choice to make when ordering your new Polaroid, eh?
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Broadband + TV + Sky Sports + Sky Cinema Includes FREE set-up + FREE TV box £32 p/m for 12 months £389.40 @ Talk talk

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https://www.talktalk.co.uk/shop/tv-and-broadband/sportscinema/mk/ Broadband + TV + Sky Sports + Sky Cinema Includes FREE set-up + FREE TV box £32.45 a month Includes line rental, Fixed price for Read More
https://www.talktalk.co.uk/shop/tv-and-broadband/sportscinema/mk/ Broadband + TV + Sky Sports + Sky Cinema Includes FREE set-up + FREE TV box £32.45 a month Includes line rental, Fixed price for
pavthebeast Avatar22h, 56m agoFound 22 hours, 56 minutes ago16 Comments
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I think they also make a separate charge for caller display @ £1.75. Most people assume it's in with the price (used to be with TalkTalk also) with BT competitors.
was with talk talk in my old property and had absolutely no problem whatsoever with them.

they do however get the worst scores across the board for service / products etc. but I never once had a problem.
BT are guilty of this too... when it just says 'broadband' and doesn't mention the speed anywhere, you know it's going to be slow.
I've been with Talk Talk and they've been fine. I managed to break my contract as they put up their price and I got the BT deal with huge cashback. :D
Talk Talk. Avoid. Terrible company.
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Fences (movie) HD for rent 99p @ uk.rakuten.tv (for 48 hrs from time of rental)

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Fences, directed by Denzel Washington and starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis, is available to rent in HD, for 48 hours from time of rental, today only from uk.rakuten.tv. Running time 2 hr 13… Read More
Fences, directed by Denzel Washington and starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis, is available to rent in HD, for 48 hours from time of rental, today only from uk.rakuten.tv. Running time 2 hr 13…
IgnatiusJ Avatar23h, 42m agoFound 23 hours, 42 minutes ago1 Comment
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You can also access the film by searching for the movie via the Rakuten TV (formerly Rakuten Wuaki) app on your smartphone.
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Amazon Fire TV Stick only £32.99 at Amazon

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Amazon Fire TV Stick down to only £32.99 at Amazon, free next day delivery for Amazon prime members. Read More
Amazon Fire TV Stick down to only £32.99 at Amazon, free next day delivery for Amazon prime members.
Ryan1194 Avatar23h, 56m agoFound 23 hours, 56 minutes ago4 Comments
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Down to £34.99 at time of this post...
Can an admin please expire this? Thanks
Presumably the Amazon pricing algorithm is testing the water. This was £33.99 yesterday for a short time, also few days ago, then £34.99. Maybe £31.99 tomorrow?
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SAMSUNG UE49MU7000 4K HDR TV & FREE UBDK8500 Ultra HD Blu-ray player £1,049.00 @ Richer Sounds

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This TV seems like a decent spec with a 1000 nit brightness so should be able to handle HDR content well. Richer sounds seem to be throwing in a Blu-ray player with this at the moment which is worth… Read More
This TV seems like a decent spec with a 1000 nit brightness so should be able to handle HDR content well. Richer sounds seem to be throwing in a Blu-ray player with this at the moment which is worth…
feelthevibe Avatar1d, 19m agoFound 1 day, 19 minutes ago5 Comments
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EndlessWaves
Smaller colour gamut and lower brightness in HDR, worse speakers and a much more reflective screen. I think this 49" version also drops the 100hz panel.

Thanks for that, would have got a KS7000 if I could find one in stock. I set it up last night and was quite impressed but that was coming from a six year old 1080p set. Anything you'd recommend in the price range.
Who still actually buys physical media these days?
feelthevibe
How's it a downgrade? Curious to know, I didn't think much had changed.

Smaller colour gamut and lower brightness in HDR, worse speakers and a much more reflective screen. I think this 49" version also drops the 100hz panel.
How's it a downgrade? Curious to know, I didn't think much had changed. I plan to stick the player on eBay to offset some of the cost, not sure it's get much use.
It's a downgrade from last year's KS7000 so it should end up cheaper too, but this looks like a decent deal if you're going to be buying Blu-ray UHD discs.

Real world peak brightness is nowhere near 1000cd/m² though.

Edited By: EndlessWaves on Jul 26, 2017 17:49
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Tv box MECOOL M8S PRO Plus Android 7.1.1 2gb 4k etc - £28.20 @ Geekbuying

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MECOOL M8S PRO Plus Android 7.1.1 Amlogic S905X 2GB/16GB WIFI [email protected] VP9 HDR10 Low price for spec Read More
MECOOL M8S PRO Plus Android 7.1.1 Amlogic S905X 2GB/16GB WIFI [email protected] VP9 HDR10 Low price for spec
aa64xyz Avatar1d, 2h agoFound 1 day, 2 hours ago28 Comments
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pello02
Can anyone recommend a good air mouse? Also on the look out for a cheap and reliable VPN. Any ideas? TIA

Minix A2 lite airmouse is very good, i would also check Amazon and go with one with good reviews at the right price


i like the melee f10 pro
Issues with Kodi just now though. Companies seem to be clamping down at the moment aswell.
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Lawlost
Good deal I replaced my Humax Foxsat HDR with this. Nice interface, responsive, only downside is you can no longer export the recording even if they are not HD :-(


There seems little point in this box then?
HD fails = all recordings are lost

Edited By: jasee on Jul 27, 2017 07:55:
Good deal I replaced my Humax Foxsat HDR with this. Nice interface, responsive, only downside is you can no longer export the recording even if they are not HD :-(
Thank you. I might order one.
My current Humax Foxsat HDR needs throwing against a wall.

According to the site, you need to spend £200+ to get £20 back.
http://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/content/which-promotion
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AO @ eBay: Toshiba 43L3653DB 43 Inch Smart LED 1080p Full HD Freeview HD TV - £269.00

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Cheap price for a decent spec TV by a decent Manufacturer! Hope this helps someone! (angel) Read More
Cheap price for a decent spec TV by a decent Manufacturer! Hope this helps someone! (angel)
merelee Avatar1d, 5h agoFound 1 day, 5 hours ago5 Comments
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tonysat
Do you have any links. I am thinking of getting a large 4K tv, and if it's possible for £269, will save me a lot of money. Thanks.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/292108280905
This one was £249 a couple of days ago
tonysat
Do you have any links. I am thinking of getting a large 4K tv, and if it's possible for £269, will save me a lot of money. Thanks.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/292108280905
There was a 4k Toshiba from Costco listed last week for £330. I don't recall many cheaper than that apart from those in the asda toxic sale
ezzer72
Way too expensive OP, sorry.
Toshiba is now a rebadge job (Vestel I think) and you can get a bigger or maybe even 4k Vestel for this kind of price.
Do you have any links. I am thinking of getting a large 4K tv, and if it's possible for £269, will save me a lot of money. Thanks.
Way too expensive OP, sorry.

Toshiba is now a rebadge job (Vestel I think) and you can get a bigger or maybe even 4k Vestel for this kind of price.
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GripIt 25mm Plasterboard TV Fixing Kit £7.99 at Maplin + 5.5% TopCashBack (£7.55 after cashback) - £7.99 @ Maplin

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Bought a new TV recently but have been having issues handing anything on my walls (new build property with plasterboard walls) so started researching plasterboard wall hanging solutions as this TV is Read More
Bought a new TV recently but have been having issues handing anything on my walls (new build property with plasterboard walls) so started researching plasterboard wall hanging solutions as this TV is
J4Y_B Avatar1d, 5h agoFound 1 day, 5 hours ago23 Comments
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I've used these and they are excellent .Bought a tub with different sizes and inc drill bits.Also comes with under reaming tool so dot and dab not an issue. To remove just insert screwdriver and twist.
ben1979
Amazon have reduced the price to match the £7.12, granted that's with Prime Free Delivery if you have it!

Linky


Wow! Did you request the price match? If yes, how???
OrribleHarry
I'm confused, the description says about drilling six 25mm holes in the wall but also says "Completely removable and reusable should you move your TV set to another location"? Doesn't sound "removable" to me.

yeah i wondered the same when i was considering options for hanging my tv

anyone explain to layman how they are removable (and what you are left with if you choose to)?
pimpchez
I was in the same boat in 2011 , moved into a new build and purchased a new kitchen cupboard and wanted to hang it.
My boss at the time told me about these wall anchors http://s7g3.scene7.com/is/image//ae235?src=ae235/68410_P&%24prodImageMedium%24
I have used these to mount everything that needed hanging around the house. They are brilliant , cheap and easy to use. Also the hole required isnt that big for a M6 bolt.


Was about to post some info regarding this very thing - wall anchors! Absolute gem to work with and secure a great amount of weight. The only thing with these wall anchors is the possible need for the wall anchor setting tool for about £10. Defo worth it though as a pack of wall anchors ranges from £4 - £12 for about 50 - 100. The size of the hole is smaller than the grip it's so it wouldn't lead to as much stress on the plasterboard. I have used both the grip its and wall anchors and both are amazing.

Take note though to measure the pasterboard thickness before purchasing (simply drill a small hole and use a paper clip to measure the depth of the plasterboard). As for this deal though.......Great find OP have some heat mate :)
pimpchez
I was in the same boat in 2011 , moved into a new build and purchased a new kitchen cupboard and wanted to hang it. My boss at the time told me about these wall anchors [Image] I have used these to mount everything that needed hanging around the house. They are brilliant , cheap and easy to use. Also the hole required isnt that big for a M6 bolt.

Agreed. I considered the Gripit, but the initial bore-holes (they're pretty big in fairness) really put me off.

Wall anchors, or wanchors for short if you like, can hold seriously decent amounts of mass. A setting tool helps, but reality is that the screw itself sets the wanchor just fine. At M6, these are easily able to hold the mass of a 55" TV by themselves - using four, you're laughing.
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AVF Up To 65 Inch Combined TV Stand - Black + free £10 voucher over £100 spend - £99.99 @ Argos

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Want to put up a 55" TV on my wall in but the flat is 300 + years old and I don't want to take a chance on the internal walls holding it up. So this is what I found. Add a potato masher or slotted sp… Read More
Want to put up a 55" TV on my wall in but the flat is 300 + years old and I don't want to take a chance on the internal walls holding it up. So this is what I found. Add a potato masher or slotted sp…
Dazza34 Avatar1d, 6h agoFound 1 day, 6 hours ago4 Comments
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if the flat has stood that long good chance the walls are more solid than this ;)
nougat
Seems expensive to me I looked at this on e for under £60https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/511VOjoJsVL._SL1000_.jpg
Thanks for the advice, Just ordered this instead https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71MCY2DImyL._SL1500_.jpg
Seems expensive to me I looked at this on e for under £60

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/511VOjoJsVL._SL1000_.jpg

Edited By: nougat on Jul 26, 2017 12:25: pic
99 pence spoon here Your text here
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LG 49UJ635V 49 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR £494.10 - Argos

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LG 49UJ635V 49 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR. Just pick this up for £494.10 Listed at £549.00 use code TVS10 for a saving of £54.90 It may not be a super tv but for the price it would make a g… Read More
LG 49UJ635V 49 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR. Just pick this up for £494.10 Listed at £549.00 use code TVS10 for a saving of £54.90 It may not be a super tv but for the price it would make a g…
jamesturley30 Avatar1d, 8h agoFound 1 day, 8 hours ago11 Comments
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pavel76
gazter
is rgbw good or bad
Not 4K really...
Pavel76
Advice please this or the http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7451834?store=840&cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59158%7Ccid:598735121%7Cagid:24290265650%7Ctid:aud-144400486596:pla-403925021277%7Ccrid:86845928210%7Cnw:g%7Crnd:16034124101776966660%7Cdvc:m%7Cadp:1o1&gclid=Cj0KCQjw--DLBRCNARIsAFIwR26eJWjl7Z_rQFsXVxDJlpfds30lRCP4OECT-F4rjZ2Lp0xWCK8XRnIaAhYeEALw_wcB
I'm due to pick up the lg today. I don't mind putting another £150 to it as long as I'm get a decent 4k panel is mostly for playing games and watching Netflix Amazon etc.
Would go for Hisense but not at this price(same price everywhere). It's not easy to make a decision about new TV now, as last year discounted models are mostly sold out and new model are on expensive side.
PS. If you are not fussy about refurbished tvs, Panasonic ebay outlet have 58inch DX700 model for £549 or 50inch for £429 :)
pavel76
gazter
is rgbw good or bad
Not 4K really...


Pavel76

Advice please this or the http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7451834?store=840&cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59158%7Ccid:598735121%7Cagid:24290265650%7Ctid:aud-144400486596:pla-403925021277%7Ccrid:86845928210%7Cnw:g%7Crnd:16034124101776966660%7Cdvc:m%7Cadp:1o1&gclid=Cj0KCQjw--DLBRCNARIsAFIwR26eJWjl7Z_rQFsXVxDJlpfds30lRCP4OECT-F4rjZ2Lp0xWCK8XRnIaAhYeEALw_wcB

I'm due to pick up the lg today. I don't mind putting another £150 to it as long as I'm get a decent 4k panel is mostly for playing games and watching Netflix Amazon etc.
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Any good tv in argos ~£1500?
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The Mortgage Works (Part of Nationwide) Buy to let various rates - 65% LTV 2.99% fixed 5 years - no legals or survey fees - non refundable £150 setup fee + NO arrangement fee

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Obviously do your own research, and you'll need a professional intermediary.
OllieSt Avatar1d, 9h agoFound 1 day, 9 hours ago8 Comments
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i didn't think they did 85% BTL
cadmus
Just completed a 10 year fixed at 2.49% with First direct with no fees whatsoever

These are buy to let mortgages, completely different to residential.
Just completed a 10 year fixed at 2.49% with First direct with no fees whatsoever
hhali
Rates have come down. I got 2.89% on a LTV of 85% late last year
was that for BTL or residential ?
I've just seen 2.99% no fee including legals & survey. I'm not too sure which one works out cheaper as I'm away from my desk.


EDIT:


This works out cheaper. £14 per month more expensive for me over 60 months = £840 instead of £995. That's based on borrowing £167k which I know could well be lower than others could be looking for.




Edited By: OllieSt on Jul 26, 2017 08:58: update
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Official Xbox One Digital TV Tuner [Xbox One] £5.73 delivered with Prime (fulfilled by Amazon)

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You know the score with this by now. Wondering if I should bite as might ditch virgin. Enjoy your favorite local channels while you play, with the Xbox One Digital TV Tuner. You can even pause and fa… Read More
You know the score with this by now. Wondering if I should bite as might ditch virgin. Enjoy your favorite local channels while you play, with the Xbox One Digital TV Tuner. You can even pause and fa…
Rickardo Avatar1d, 18h agoFound 1 day, 18 hours ago42 Comments
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It's a depreciated product - I'm guessing you can't use Xbox streaming with this?
leehardacre
I thought it was? Listed under Hauppage on the site. Was thinking the same for my shield. https://www.plex.tv/features/live-tv-dvr/

Use this link:

https://support.plex.tv/hc/en-us/articles/225877427-Supported-DVR-Devices-and-Antennas?mobile_site=true

Supported for Plex server on PC and Linux but not Shield. Would love to be proved wrong though. I tried the Hauppage TV tuner listed as supported and it missed a few scheduled recordings so I returned it for a refund. Stuck with the old Humax for now.
Dubtitled
Shame it's not compatible with Plex server on Nvidia sheild.
I thought it was? Listed under Hauppage on the site. Was thinking the same for my shield. https://www.plex.tv/features/live-tv-dvr/
These are pointless, m$ failed to deliver pvr services, live to well similar to the hdmi pass through what's the point as most tv's have DVb built in or most folk use satellites?

I got one last time it was £5, used it once as I thought I could record or watch tv outside my network... nope.
PrinceRules64
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Totally agree - why can't there be an official Freeview app?
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Samsung UE65KS7500 65" Smart Curved SUHD 4K LED TV with 5 Years Warranty £1,149.00 PRC Direct

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SAM100JUNE code to receive £100 off KS7500 delivers a striking bezel-less SUHD Quantum dot display producing an outstanding UHD Premium viewing experience with HDR 1,000, which ensures exceptional pea… Read More
SAM100JUNE code to receive £100 off KS7500 delivers a striking bezel-less SUHD Quantum dot display producing an outstanding UHD Premium viewing experience with HDR 1,000, which ensures exceptional pea…
pavel76 Avatar1d, 22h agoFound 1 day, 22 hours ago17 Comments
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dean026
I've got the uhd 55 inch version of this. It cost £1299 from John Lewis (from who i will never buy again) and it is absolute s**t. Don't waste your money.


What's wrong with John Lewis?
twisterteddy
Why do I need to be careful ?? it's not a bloody crime to share your experience. As a matter of fact I tried to chase them for an explanation and it would be great if they can reach out and explain why the f*** they tried to con.


you're accusing them of selling counterfeit products, which is likely untrue and can be considered libel.
Your situation was one where they may have unknowingly sold you an item that had already been opened. If they sold you a refurb advertising as new, then that's an issue too and worthy of complaint. But accusing them of fraud through selling counterfeits is a whole different ballgame.
pavel76
but accusing someone of selling fake goods is different story and you might be contacted by PRC, be careful

Why do I need to be careful ?? it's not a bloody crime to share your experience.

As a matter of fact I tried to chase them for an explanation and it would be great if they can reach out and explain why the f*** they tried to con.

So you just talking about own post at avforums... LOL. Where are other people who could confirm they are selling fake goods ? ...Jeez. They are official Samsung seller... You've been unlucky to get used or returned TV but accusing someone of selling fake goods is different story and you might be contacted by PRC, be careful
@twisterteddy Thanks mate, thanks for sharing your experience.
Certainly made me think again, before getting into such troubles.
And certainly would be very helpful to others.
Good luck.
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Sony 55A1BU OLED TV - £2,699.00 @ PowerDirect

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One of the best reviewed OLED panels now down to £2600, with a 5 year guarantee and also 18 month interest free purchase period. Read More
One of the best reviewed OLED panels now down to £2600, with a 5 year guarantee and also 18 month interest free purchase period.
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Dinnie
You paid 1700 for a B7? Surely if that was from Amazon warehouse, then it would have been a used/return/refurbished model with 1 year warranty?
Yeah that's right, apparently it had scratches on it but when it arrived it was immaculate lol I find that a lot with warehouse stuff!


I knew someone was getting my "like new" gear
Dinnie
You paid 1700 for a B7? Surely if that was from Amazon warehouse, then it would have been a used/return/refurbished model with 1 year warranty?
Yeah that's right, apparently it had scratches on it but when it arrived it was immaculate lol I find that a lot with warehouse stuff!
sunnygilluk
Got the LG B7 55 for 1700 on prime day, absolute bargain and an amazing tv, same panel in this tv. If you really want a bargain look out for 20% off amazon warehouse days which happen now and again and see if they have any oled tv's. I was actually going to get last year's B6 for a similar price before I found the B7 on there. Can't recommend the panel enough!


Very good price mate i have the b6 and it’s stunning
sunnygilluk
Got the LG B7 55 for 1700 on prime day, absolute bargain and an amazing tv, same panel in this tv. If you really want a bargain look out for 20% off amazon warehouse days which happen now and again and see if they have any oled tv's. I was actually going to get last year's B6 for a similar price before I found the B7 on there. Can't recommend the panel enough!

You paid 1700 for a B7? Surely if that was from Amazon warehouse, then it would have been a used/return/refurbished model with 1 year warranty?
PANASONIC EZ952 ALL DAY!!!!!!! Excellent picture quality coupled with a decent operating software and is the only brand to have both THX & ULTRA HD Premium certification
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Betron HDMI to HDMI Cable, High Speed, 3D Support, Ethernet Function, 4K Support, HDMI Lead for TV, Laptops, PS3, PS4 , Xbox etc (1.2 Meter) - £5.99 (RRP £29.99) sold by Betron and FBA (Prime or add £2.99)

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Betron HDMI cable Pro Series. This great new generation 1.4 Version HDMI-HDMI Cable was born especially for you to practice your tv`s true capabilities. 24K Gold-plated connectors Oxygen-free copper N… Read More
Betron HDMI cable Pro Series. This great new generation 1.4 Version HDMI-HDMI Cable was born especially for you to practice your tv`s true capabilities. 24K Gold-plated connectors Oxygen-free copper N…
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LesDong
A £1 HDMI cable does as good a job as this. Cold
I agree that it's possible to get a £1 HDMI cable to do as good a job, but the cheap HDMI cables are more likely to have cheaper quality parts and more susceptible to break, snap or have issues (e.g. connectors, pins etc).
Yes, you pay more for such a HDMI cable, but generally get a more durable and reliable cable - as the saying goes, 'you get what you pay for.'

Overpriced, and as for the rrp, it is a joke, I paid half that last year for a much better quality active (amped) 15m hdmi cable with extra thick conductors.

The plugs on this cable don't appear to have any strain reliefs, so I would expect it to be prone to wire breakage where the cable enters the plugs if frequently disturbed. And as far as I'm aware betron is not exactly a premium brand, they appear to me to just be yet another Amazon/ebay trader importing generic Chinese made and designed goods with customer branding applied.
jasee
Well in that case this cable must be really worth £949 (for one metre)(It's one of those 'directional' ones) ;) Must be hundreds of times better than the one herehttp://www.futureshop.co.uk/audioquest-diamond-hdmi-cable-1m-p-5283.html#.WXa-rLaQxaQAnd I don't really see why you're on this site anyway because this site is about getting better value for money which simply can't exist if you always 'get what you pay for'
I got that before 4k was invented and it made my tv 4k its an amazing cable everyone should buy one now flirt
EndlessWaves
Version numbers apply to HDMI devices, there's no such thing as an HDMI 1.4a cable.

This is true, although there are 'high speed certified cabling and better constructed cables.

Bit stupid that the hdmi consortium decided to not allow proper branding officially as it does make checking which cables have been certified to higher spec or say hdmi 2.0 a little trickier...
irfaccount
I agree that it's possible to get a £1 HDMI cable to do as good a job, but the cheap HDMI cables are more likely to have cheaper quality parts and more susceptible to break, snap or have issues (e.g. connectors, pins etc). Yes, you pay more for such a HDMI cable, but generally get a more durable and reliable cable - as the saying goes, 'you get what you pay for.'


Well in that case this cable must be really worth £949 (for one metre)
(It's one of those 'directional' ones) ;)
Must be hundreds of times better than the one here
http://www.futureshop.co.uk/audioquest-diamond-hdmi-cable-1m-p-5283.html#.WXa-rLaQxaQ

And I don't really see why you're on this site anyway because this site is about getting better value for money which simply can't exist if you always 'get what you pay for'
LesDong
A £1 HDMI cable does as good a job as this. Cold
Not if you need a 1.2m cable, the cheap bits won't miraculously jump the missing 20cm.
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paulst
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On a side note... Does anyone know which OTG cable works with this? I'd like to attach USB storage to it.
I doubt any cable will work, the only micro USB input on the stick is used to power it. You could stream the content via the Plex app though or buy the Fire TV box instead
This american guy seems to have it sussed....Video
This video explains it a bit better and shows what cable you need.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vSwYeJd5fI

Thanks. The cable it links to is on the Amazon.COM website.

In the Q & A section on the Amazon.com website, some say it will power up the host device others say it wont! So confusing.

Also, I can't see the same cable on the amazon.co.uk web site. There was a similar one that I ordered but that failed to power up the fire stick!
tmohammad
paulst
tmohammad
On a side note... Does anyone know which OTG cable works with this? I'd like to attach USB storage to it.
I doubt any cable will work, the only micro USB input on the stick is used to power it. You could stream the content via the Plex app though or buy the Fire TV box instead
This american guy seems to have it sussed....Video
This video explains it a bit better and shows what cable you need.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vSwYeJd5fI
paulst
tmohammad
On a side note... Does anyone know which OTG cable works with this? I'd like to attach USB storage to it.
I doubt any cable will work, the only micro USB input on the stick is used to power it. You could stream the content via the Plex app though or buy the Fire TV box instead

This american guy seems to have it sussed....Video
niknakety
tbtower
Picked one of these up on Prime day any really like it. Would recommend. Also can get some reasonably functionality AirPlay from apple devices with a £1.70 app - Cheaper than a used Apple TV
What's the app? The ones I've tried haven't been much cop sadly!

This one:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/%E9%BE%99%E6%96%B9%E5%84%BF-AirReceiver/dp/B00L5HQRGS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1500911450&sr=8-1&keywords=airplay+upnp

Reviews are mixed but it's been flawless for me so far.
ferrers
Not expired £34.99 now
It was expired. Amazon have changed the price again.
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PlayStation 4 500GB+ FIFA 17 or Horizon Zero dawn + Dishonored 2 + Fallout 4 + DOOM With UAC Pack + NOW TV Entertainment 3 Month Pass £229.99 @ Game

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Anyone confirm whether this contains Fifa 17 or not??
out of stock
What is mean excellent condition from game page spec?
They've added the Glacier White console as an option.
out of stock
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atann
Not worth it with Xbox Scorpion in November.

Firstly it's Scorpio.
Secondly it's not even called that anymore.
Thirdly it costs £100 more solus.
Lastly it's coming out with no games really worthy of the investment.
Not worth it with Xbox Scorpion in November.
Mine ended up about £260 on release. Flubit offer at £293 off the back of feeding a Tesco direct link where they had temporarily dropped the pro price to £299 in error and Flubit had 10% cashback offer at the time on demands.
hotukdealls
Of course you did.....
Well, I did...
ZeroEx
I got a PS4 Pro for £210 a few weeks ago. Not Black Friday. Think before you type, please.

Of course you did.....
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SONY BRAVIA KD49XE9005BU 49" Ultra HD 10-Bit 100Hz HDR LED TV - £1,129.99 (Price Match via Power Direct) @ Richer Sounds

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I've been umming and arring about this TV for a few weeks... Whittled it down to pretty much the best 49-50" TV I can get (size limitations) and Power Direct have reduced it to £1149.99... I rang Rich…
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jameshargadon
queenieburns
Sony rubbish, I've had 2 including a 4K and don't compare to my new LG AND SAMSUNGS!! Rubbish clonky machines! Don't waste ur money
I only paid £550 for my 4K Sony 49" TV and it's miles ahead of my dad's £1200 55" Samsung 4K TV in picture quality, sound, ease of use and app updates/optimisation but that's just 2 models specifically. After using the Samsung I would say don't waste your money on them.
Hello which Sony model do you have and where did you get it Thanks
I would love one of these if i had the cash,last years models looked best to me even the 8bit + frc
so would imagine 4k will look amazing on this.
kevgj1
Damn if you gonna pay this much for a 49" then should just wait a little more for an OLED. I manged to get an OLED55B6V from Amazon Warehouse for around £1250 few months back.

You bought a TV at a price discount achieved over a year after launch and 49" OLEDs won't launch for a minimum of 9 months if LG get the factory running for the 2018 range.

So your 'wait a little more' is an minimum of two years, and could quite easily be four or five.

chevychase
According to Rtings this is currently the best 49" tv available.

Rtings only cover the North American market, so they don't review Panasonic or Philips, and their Hisense reviews are limited.

The XE90 will come out on top for a lot of people though. The Panasonic EX750 looks like a strong contender for normal TV use, with a better Smart TV system, but doesn't compare for HDR.
The best way is to compare in shop! It's not how it will be at home but at least you can see like for like
HDR,4K,OLED quantum dot with foot massager are they making those yet?
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Samsung UE50MU6100 50" Smart 4K LED TV + 3 months NOW TV @ Currys = £579.00

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Can't decide if to get a 4k tv or a 1080p projector. One one hand, a 4k TV will have 4 x resolution of 1080p but a projector can produce larger image. So is it better to choose resolution over large image size a projector can produce. Would any 4k be far superior in picture quality than a 1080p projector like benq w1070, or Epson 5300
Is it right that the MU7000 doesn't have a 10bit display? I thought last year's model did.

Trying to decide between that, the LG J800, Panasonic DX802 and Sony XE7073. Have about £1000 to drop, anyone have any recommendations of a decent performing HDR set?
secretjedi
Can I get an education here. it says 4k, but people are saying its not good. So a 4k TV has different picture quality. There isn't a standard 4k tv? I just assumed I would watch say BT sports and get a better picture than my standard HD TV?


TV being 4k doesn't equate directly to it's quality, much like a camera with a trillion megapixels doesn't make it a good camera necessarily.

You don't really need to be technically minded, just read plenty of reviews for any TV you might be considering, and if you're still not sure then ask people on here for opinions.

If you don't really care and just want to tell people you have a 4K TV, then buy this

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jul 23, 2017 22:00: Jul 23, 2017 22:00
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MrMoonX
horrible TV its a proper budget 4k screen and is utterly pointless
Indeed...
No idea why people cheap out on an 8bit 4k TV
If you want to watch 4k content, either go for a decent 4k set, or wait for the price to drop if you can't afford it, kidding yourself buying this thinking you're getting 4k in all it's glory.
otherwise, a decent 1080p will give a better picture than a budget 4k set like this.

A lot of people are turned off / overloaded by the tech specs, and rightly or wrongly, just plump for what they think is ostensibly a decent piece of kit.

So I'm reminded I've got to bore the sh1t out of myself researching new TV tech, as am dipping my toe into the market for a new one.

Will likely wait until Jan next year when prices will, potentially, have dropped further
secretjedi
Can I get an education here. it says 4k, but people are saying its not good. So a 4k TV has different picture quality. There isn't a standard 4k tv? I just assumed I would watch say BT sports and get a better picture than my standard HD TV?

http://www.techradar.com/news/television/ultra-hd-everything-you-need-to-know-about-4k-tv-1048954
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Hisense 43" 4K TV - 5 year guarantee £469.00 @John Lewis H43N5700

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Slightly cheaper at ebuyer but now so sure about the warranty there. Also, same price at Richer Sounds with 6 year warranty but only if your local store has stock as it is out of stock online.
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i'd like to see some proper reviews of this in the future - particularly in comparison to the 43m3000 - this could end up being quite a good tv - but just scouring the internet at this early stage - not many people seem to have one

as a 43m3000 owner i'm curious of the difference in hdr and the backlighting technology of it

main detractor of 43m3000 is occasional discrepancies in the backlight when there's movement - otherwise it's been pretty good for the money (though i did pay £240 for my tv so even with it's minor flaws it's been a good buy)

43m3000 was edge lit and this is direct lit - so i'm wondering if that will make a difference - will have to keep an eye out for this one in shops to see what the picture is like

---------- just seen a couple of reviews published at richersounds - both 5 stars on all fronts - they are the only ones i can find

Edited By: evilmingdoctor on Jul 26, 2017 03:20: added info
The Hitachi model of this TV (exactly the same, but with different name stuck on) was only £250 not so long ago, so seems steep...
Alvie
spenspuma
Remember the saying...."Hisense makes no sense"....ROFL
When did that become a saying?

When Hisense started selling goods.
spenspuma
Remember the saying...."Hisense makes no sense"....ROFL
When did that become a saying?
Not trying to put somebody off but every shop I visited hisense tv's always looked not as bright as LG, Samsung and Panasonic in simlar price range? Is this the way they configure them or its just not worth it?
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nougat
It's not technically free as you need a Tv license to watch live tv.
You also need to buy a TV.

And pay for the eletricity to run it.

And you need to buy food to give you energy for your eyes and brain and to function in order for you to watch.

And you need to pay tax on the income you earn to purchase that food.

When you break it down how can people in good conscience post these "free" football deals knowing about all these ridiculous hidden costs!!

Seriously though, you could make an argument that "technically" nothing posted on here is free if you really wanted to, or you could dispense with unnecessary pedantry use a common sense interpretation of "free".
Any chance of someone maintaining a Google calendar which we can subscribe too with all of this free footie data?
markypoos77
slim pickings

Just get a cheap computer and a half decent graphics card. Then plug the dvi into the hdmi of your TV. Then use kodi or the myriads of online free football streaming sites, after you've installed avast and an ad blocker it's not rocket science. I am not replacing my TV boxes in the end I'll just have a computer connection that's all you need nowadays.
Great links OP thanks Hot.
slim pickings
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Nice one - watching it now - good match - on Virgin XL you can get it in HD on channel 510 ;)
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Tesco - Toshiba 55inch 4k TV £399.00 @ Tesco Direct

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I recently bought the Philips 55 ambilight from Argos but they are now oos. I require a similar TV and came across this - for those not with Costco. Is this similar to the Philips - as a lot cheaper.
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No longer sell it
seems to be in...and out of stock, depending how many times you refresh the page
Found a code for £20 off
TDX-WPJC so u can get for £380
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Philips 49PUS6401 49inch SMART 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR £389.00 Argos

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I got the 55 inch version of this on the £450 deal. Already had to return it 3 days after set up due to the screen flickering. Looked great with the lights etc but really disappointed overall. Time to give Hisense a try (_;)
Ralph7
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stevos9
tonkocook9
Worst TV I ever bought, literally caught fire after owning it for 5 months. Something went wrong with ambilight and I saw burn marks around the edge of screen and on the frame of TV itself, potentially overheated LED light which is in the back of the TV with burn mark at the opposite of the LED .Philips stated engineers had a look at the pictures I emailed to them and they came to conclusion that it is mechanical fault and they put blame on us!! That was all done over the picture rather than actually sending someone to collect TV and do proper investigation to make sure this model is actually safe. They invalidated warranty, refused refund and we were £500 out of pocket. Never ever will buy anything from Philips and I strongly discourage anyone to support them.
This doesn't ring true them refusing to come out why not take it back to shop or contact seller?
I did take it back that's what I said, was referred to Philips for warranty issue which they declined, I sent them pictures and even video and explenation, but they voided warranty. In my opinionthis model should be recalled for safety issues, but that would cost philips millions in revenue, i am simply describing my terrible experience and frustration I had to deal with. I was so angry I even removed any philips product in my house such as light bulbs etc and threw it away, will never spend a penny on philips product.
You're either lying or stupid. If it was a couple of weeks over 120 days then that falls within the SOGA 6 months and argos shouldve replaced or refunded as it was obviously faulty. You shouldve gone to trading standards if they referred you to phillips.
Didn't your mother teach you be polite? if you don't have anything nice to say don't say it! You are stupid! I did what I did, explained myself clearly so if you don't understand it go back to primary school.They don't give you refund if they believe that you damaged item intentionally which is what they concluded after inspection from video and pictures received. Either way I don't give a damn anymore , it cost me money, but I learnt from this experience and spread the word around to friends and family. I am replying to this thread only to help others consider different TV , because I don't think this one is safe and wouldn't wish anyone to go through the hassle I did. You go ahead and buy 10 of those if you love it so much and I wish you worst of luck so you can go to courts and fight it if you so sure you will "prove" that you didn't damage it.Ignoring your comments now as I am only trying be helpful here and not bickering with individuals like you
Madness. If you are buying a Tv to be future proof as i'm sure most are thinking they are. Why on earth go for an upscaling tv that only has 60 Hz refresh rate. No wonder a lot are having picture freeze /flickering problems. Just wait until you come across true 4K broadcast. If tv's are 'cheap' there's a reason for it.
MrPeriPeri
Managed to get the last one at my local Argos on Saturday thanks to this post.Happy with it for the money. Picture quality is good (I updated the firmware and applied the settings from the calibration video) and the Ambilight is a nice feature.Only thing I don't like about it is the backlight bleed, but it's only really noticeable when watching a film with the black bars at the top and bottom of the screen.


you could try the paper fix - where you insert a slip of folded paper between screen and bezel surround
https://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_737786615&feature=iv&src_vid=xYq0OZbh-zw&v=ws9Y_f0KSYs
Managed to get the last one at my local Argos on Saturday thanks to this post.

Happy with it for the money. Picture quality is good (I updated the firmware and applied the settings from the calibration video) and the Ambilight is a nice feature.

Only thing I don't like about it is the backlight bleed, but it's only really noticeable when watching a film with the black bars at the top and bottom of the screen.
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Argos Hisense H50N5300 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD SMART TV £449.10 with code TVS10

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Is it me or is this overpriced for Hisense?
Don't get me wrong, I love Hisense, but they're usually available for better value than this.
At this price, you can get al LG with 4K, HDR and a 6yr warranty.
https://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/49-inch-smart-4k-hdr/lg-49uh610v
Ni0
Too big. Don't have a 50" run of wall

A 50" TV is only about 44" wide. Up to 55" they look OK in a normal living room. The 65" needs a big space
Too big. Don't have a 50" run of wall
only 3 HDMI ports??? this can't be the newer model.
Need to get a new tv but wanna stick with 3d as I have loads of 3d Blu Rays. Does anyone still sell them?
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Easy to do if you have the tv player downloaded like I have on Samsung galaxy tablet. Just create an account and login. You actually get 92 days free to use all plus channels. You can cancel anytime before you make a payment. Heat added

Yes, but when I cancelled I lost access to all the plus channels.
Easy to do if you have the tv player downloaded like I have on Samsung galaxy tablet. Just create an account and login. You actually get 92 days free to use all plus channels. You can cancel anytime before you make a payment. Heat added

Edited By: wakeysteve1969 on Jul 23, 2017 22:47: Edited from the official Android app
I'll just register again under a different email but cancel just before payment is due. Worth noting though for others.
Beebee18
MarioMan
ontheqt
An Android TV box, humax smart box, Xbox one are some of the ways to watch. Tablets and phones too.
WHERE do you enter the code
You need to register first. Then when you get to the part where you enter "Payment Details" there is a box to enter the "Promo Code".

Beebee18
mboard42
The Code says 3 for 1 month. This suggests that you need to pay for 1 month and then get 2 free.

I've signed up with the code but it says my free trial ends in 1 month time. (Which is the initial one month free trial)

I really think it's going to charge me for a month and then give me another 2 months free

Do you have any more details on the deal???
Looks like you get 2 months free. After going through the process for the free trial and entering promo code, my trial expires 22/09/17 and on the billing info screen it shows £0.00 as billing amount. Heat added to OP. Thanks mutchly. :D


It's what we cloakially refer to as "Thankful for small mercies", huh?, hehehe. :-)

Thanx.
BulldogNo1
I cancelled the subscription straight away and now can't access the plus channels. Should I have waited until nearer the end of the free trial before canceling ?

They're cheeky!.

That shouldn't really have been a problem for them? (Now TV keeps the door wide open during your free trial, irrespective of when you cancel your free trial on them ... )

Looks like your above one may not play by the same concept?.

Their terms and conditions may shed more light? (assuming anyone has time for such things, of course ... )
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SteelSeries Nimbus Wireless Game Controller with Minecraft Apple TV Edition £39.95 @ Apple Store

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Just received mine, so impressed with it on asphalt 8 thank you
Turtlenecked
£49.95 + £19.99 = £69.94!
Does this thing really need Apple TV to be worth it?
They work a treat on the iPad Air and make games so much more playable. If you have an Apple TV, then you definitely should own an MFI game controller.
Turtlenecked
£49.95 + £19.99 = £69.94!
Does this thing really need Apple TV to be worth it?

I bought this mainly for my AppleTV (Oceanhorn and Transistor :D). It works on iPhones (5 or later), iPads, and Apple TV (4th generation). Please bear in mind this is a MFi controller, it ONLY works on Apple advices.
Bought for £36 thanks to a student discount also.
£49.95 + £19.99 = £69.94!

Does this thing really need Apple TV to be worth it?
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Toshiba 49U6663DB 49 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £329.89 delivered with a 5 year guarantee @ Costco

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

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

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

This deal represents fantastic value for money money.
This has an IPS panel but the 55" version of the same TV has a VA panel. What's the difference between the two panel types, is one better than the other?
jtalep1
manbearpig
As usual, just a reminder that Toshiba doesn't make it's own TVs (like every other brand apart from LG, Sony and Samsung). This is a Turkish Vestel TV. Go for a Hisense instead.
Doesn't really matter who makes it, I have the 43 Inch version also made by Vestel and it's as good as my Sony, if not slightly better and that was twice the price.
No, it's not. The picture quality may well be stunning though be in no doubt these are poorly manufactured devices with inherent issues.
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3 posts for the price of one...
Did you mean 3 posts for the price of 3 posts?
All different deals?
3 posts for the price of one...

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.

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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.