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The Drop & £50 Xbox Credit £42.99 - Wuaki TV

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£42.99 @ Wuaki TV
Offer is back once again this time with a new movie.
Offer is back once again this time with a new movie.
Turtle1992 Avatar7h, 17m agoFound 7 hours, 17 minutes ago14 Comments
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Decent film.
ChrisD
Thanks OP. I always grab these.


I'm the same I grab them all the time also
Amazing. No "oops something went wrong" errors now. (_;)
Thanks OP. I always grab these.
smackos
Wouldn't touch Wuaki with a barge poll if I'm honest, I certainly wouldn't want to invest heavily in a movie collection with them. But obviously if you are just after the Xbox credit, with the chance to watch The Drop thrown in for good measure then it's a good deal.




​I don't think anyone will be paying £42.99 for a movie X) Thanks btw OP, I needed some credit today :)
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Toshiba 48U7653DB 4K Ultra HD 48 inch TV £299.00 instore @ Staples - (Oxford)

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£299.00 @ Staples UK
A fair size tv, cheaper instore (Oxford)
A fair size tv, cheaper instore (Oxford)
dell06a Avatar7h, 36m agoFound 7 hours, 36 minutes ago4 Comments
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Crap, if I was near I would snap this up!
Good deal. Posted earlier £479 Argos.

Edited By: shariifi on Feb 20, 2017 20:46: add info
serpico32
**** tvs
As you must have watched this TV in your own or in someone else's home to be able to make such a helpful statement. Can you please tell people which part of the picture you thought was not as good as you expected it to be ?

It seems strange that I have had this model of TV for just over 12 months and everyone who has seen it is amazed at how good the picture is. The 3D is good, the 4K is amazing and it upscales SD to look better than HD did on my previous HD TV.

So if anyone is considering buying this TV then I do not think you will get a better TV for the price and if you like watching 3D then this is possibly one of the last 3D sets you can get as all the manufacturers are foolishly dropping the option from their latest TVs.
**** tvs
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Building Blocks Remote Controller Vinyl Skin to fit NOW TV by Ellis Graphix £2.99 prime / £3.98 non prime Sold by Ellisgraphix and Fulfilled by Amazon

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£2.99 @ Amazon
£2.99 on amazon prime members £1.99 on ebay same supplier now tv remote control sticker mine came today kids were impressed i havent seen it myself just on a pic. seems quite decent and adds a bit…
£2.99 on amazon prime members £1.99 on ebay same supplier now tv remote control sticker mine came today kids were impressed i havent seen it myself just on a pic. seems quite decent and adds a bit…
kpearsoncj Avatar11h, 39m agoFound 11 hours, 39 minutes ago9 Comments
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i bought my now TV for £2.75
THINK IT WAS AN EPIC FAIL ON MY PART LMAO

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kpearsoncj
kpearsoncj
T02
And they say we're a consumerist society, pah what do they know, we only buy what is absolutely necessary and functional as this exemplifies.
what you talking about willis
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=what+you+talking+about+wilson&hl=en&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj-zJnYg5_SAhUIcRQKHXGNDEoQ_AUICSgC&biw=1024&bih=691#hl=en&tbm=isch&q=what+you+talking+about+willis&imgrc=k66nZiaoQVtSOM:
I'm guessing you're being ever so witty but I have absolutely no idea what this means?
kpearsoncj
kpearsoncj
T02
And they say we're a consumerist society, pah what do they know, we only buy what is absolutely necessary and functional as this exemplifies.
what you talking about willis
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=what+you+talking+about+wilson&hl=en&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj-zJnYg5_SAhUIcRQKHXGNDEoQ_AUICSgC&biw=1024&bih=691#hl=en&tbm=isch&q=what+you+talking+about+willis&imgrc=k66nZiaoQVtSOM:
I'm guessing you're being ever so witty but I have absolutely no idea what this means?
kpearsoncj
T02
And they say we're a consumerist society, pah what do they know, we only buy what is absolutely necessary and functional as this exemplifies.
what you talking about willis
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=what+you+talking+about+wilson&hl=en&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj-zJnYg5_SAhUIcRQKHXGNDEoQ_AUICSgC&biw=1024&bih=691#hl=en&tbm=isch&q=what+you+talking+about+willis&imgrc=k66nZiaoQVtSOM:
T02
And they say we're a consumerist society, pah what do they know, we only buy what is absolutely necessary and functional as this exemplifies.

what you talking about willis
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65 inch tv 4k UHD 65UME249B-P LED Smart TV £699.00 @ Finlux direct

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£699.00 @ Finlux Direct
Finlux 65 inch 4K UHD Smart TV with Freeview Play. Outstanding UHD picture quality. ! Freeview Play 4K UHD with 23 million sub-pixels compared to 6 million on Full HD TVs Smart apps include Ne…
Finlux 65 inch 4K UHD Smart TV with Freeview Play. Outstanding UHD picture quality. ! Freeview Play 4K UHD with 23 million sub-pixels compared to 6 million on Full HD TVs Smart apps include Ne…
nadera950 Avatar1d, 49m agoFound 1 day, 49 minutes ago6 Comments
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Sorry bil bob she still has one my mistake
LOUGHBORO.GUY
My parole officer had a finlux picture is very good
"had"
454 is a scam seller on amazon btw. But appliances direct is 669. Lot of tv for that money. Nice that it has freeview play. Wish my Sammy had that.
My parole officer had a finlux picture is very good
https://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B01M7SQEZQ/new.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
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Crayola Widescreen Light Designer £19.99 Home bargains

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£19.99 @ Home Bargains
Watched a guy do these in Hamleys toy shop and they where really good. theirs were about £35. so for £19.99 this is a bargain
Watched a guy do these in Hamleys toy shop and they where really good. theirs were about £35. so for £19.99 this is a bargain
stephanie_boardman84 Avatar1d, 4h agoFound 1 day, 4 hours ago3 Comments
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comparing something to a price in Hamleys is not the best way to decide if it's a deal.
I bought this for my son last year from Argos, they had it on clearance from £30 down to £5. I was happy enough paying £5 for it but I definitely wouldn't have paid more. When you wipe the pen marks off the screen it leaves a residue like chalk on a chalkboard. Even using cleaning wipes didn't help to clean it properly. The marks that are left on it then dry on the screen and make it impossible to get the same effect with the light as the first time it's used, it's like shining a torch through a dirty window
MINUS 38, so a good few people have sat and voted this deal cold. NOT ON. If you think it is cold, then say why. BULLIES
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NOW TV 2 months Sky Cinema/Entertainment Pass - only £2.00! @ NUS

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Just reposting this as I'm sure there are quite a few that have just signed up and could make use of it, especially with it being half term! Get Deal link is for Cinema pass, Entertainment pass can…
Just reposting this as I'm sure there are quite a few that have just signed up and could make use of it, especially with it being half term! Get Deal link is for Cinema pass, Entertainment pass can…
Apogee00 Avatar2d, 3h agoFound 2 days, 3 hours ago134 Comments
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Has anyone got a spare movie codes thry can Pm me thanks
BigDaddy13
Entertainment pass NOWMY9CQF9CAMB


​Thank you :D

I've been asking friends if they have any friends with access to these codes, now I've used both an entertainment & movie one if I get any ill pass them on to others :)
Any spare movie codes would be great 8)
BigDaddy13
Coffee100
Hey all, I'd really appreciate a spare movie code if you can. I don't have nus or android.
Thanks
I'm not allowed to send PM's yet.Hope you can use this...NOW9UT8TCV4V6P :-)
Thanks, but someone beat me to it! Very kind of u tho.

If anyone else has a spare movies pass, plse pm me thanks
Entertainment pass NOWMY9CQF9CAMB
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NOW TV Box with Sky Entertainment 6 Month Pass £19.99 Tesco Direct Click+Collect

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£19.99 @ Tesco Direct
Old box with 6 Month Pass
Old box with 6 Month Pass
Scunnerd Avatar3d, 3h agoFound 3 days, 3 hours ago5 Comments
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this is still live i have just bought 2 boxes 6 months passes each box free click and collect for £39.98
I bought one of these in a tesco store today. 4 month movies for £19.99. 6 month a Entertainment packs the same price. Try your luck instore.
Heat OP great price
Just ordered one has now reverted to Maplin one at £40.I will probably receive a cancelled order from Tesco
Doesnt appear to be on the tesco site
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Costco deals: 20 February - 12 March 2017 - *see post images for details

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*Costco locations require a membership. Not ALL items are considered a deal (i.e. cheaper than supermarket prices) - you need to decide ;-) Membership info: http://warehouses.costco.co.uk/membershi…
*Costco locations require a membership. Not ALL items are considered a deal (i.e. cheaper than supermarket prices) - you need to decide ;-) Membership info: http://warehouses.costco.co.uk/membershi…
jeczap Avatar3d, 9h agoFound 3 days, 9 hours ago47 Comments
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Deaa
are the online ones automatically discounted online from the 20th?


​I find that the online prices are usually higher than the in store prices
I use to find Costco very good value but now I can certainly find as cheap if not cheaper elsewhere. Not to mention Costco is a lot further, it's just not as good value anymore.
Ionicsoundwave
Gutted I can't become a member. I love the idea of Costco but I don't fit the profession list

Say you have a business and print up a few fake invoices, that's what most people do.
Gutted I can't become a member. I love the idea of Costco but I don't fit the profession list
Thank you for doing this appreciated.
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Richersounds: Pre-Order New 2017 Panasonic 4K+HDR Smart TV VIERA TX50EX750B with Active 3D £1,299.00

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£1299.00 @ Richer Sounds
Stock expected late March - Pre-order now! With processing tuned in Hollywood, the Panasonic TX50EX750B brings the big screen home. Super Bright Panel and Studio Colour HCX2 processing for stunnin…
Stock expected late March - Pre-order now! With processing tuned in Hollywood, the Panasonic TX50EX750B brings the big screen home. Super Bright Panel and Studio Colour HCX2 processing for stunnin…
son_alli Avatar3d, 13h agoFound 3 days, 13 hours ago10 Comments
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Is Panasonic the only big player still making 3D TVs?
webb204
Uridium
afroylnt
Poor backlight for this price I would spend a bit more for oled.
OLED isn't the be all everyone thinks it is...Yes the Ink blacks are nice but in the real world of day to day TV viewing having seen several current Gen sets demo'ed I was a little disappointed with the amount of tearing during fast motion and lack of sharpness on 4k source compared to some current gen high end LED's .
burn in appears to be raising it's head as an issue on some models as well....
You clearly don't own an OLED do you ,all of the things you have mentioned are complete non issues

Nope I don't own an OLED TV...so I don't need to justify my purchase, if you read my comment again you'll see I stated my observations were based on demonstrations. OLED might well be the TV technology saviour we are all waiting for however the current Gen sets from LG in the Demo's I have witnessed didn't impress me that much...certainly not enough to make me want to pay the premium over the top end LED's from Samsung. Perhaps as others have said it's down to LG's poor post processing chipset, I'm hoping this is the case and Samsung, Panasonic and Sony can deliver better with OLED panelled sets
Uridium
afroylnt
Poor backlight for this price I would spend a bit more for oled.
OLED isn't the be all everyone thinks it is...Yes the Ink blacks are nice but in the real world of day to day TV viewing having seen several current Gen sets demo'ed I was a little disappointed with the amount of tearing during fast motion and lack of sharpness on 4k source compared to some current gen high end LED's .
burn in appears to be raising it's head as an issue on some models as well....
You clearly don't own an OLED do you ,all of the things you have mentioned are complete non issues
afroylnt
Uridium
afroylnt
Poor backlight for this price I would spend a bit more for oled.
OLED isn't the be all everyone thinks it is...Yes the Ink blacks are nice but in the real world of day to day TV viewing having seen several current Gen sets demo'ed I was a little disappointed with the amount of tearing during fast motion and lack of sharpness on 4k source compared to some current gen high end LED's .
burn in appears to be raising it's head as an issue on some models as well....
I think the burn on the newer models is pretty sorted. Many people seem fine with the motion handling but I haven't personally watched an Oled set for long enough to comment. In my opinion Its not worth spending more than 600-700 on a non-oled set unless it has FALD.

+1 for this comment... AND......OLED is the be all and end all actually, it's LG's picture processing software that lets them down. I have no doubt whatsoever the Panasonic and Sony Oleds coming out later this year will be superior to LGs (despite them using the same panel) but they will be well over £3000 minimum when they release. Screen burn is very very rare and not like the plasmas of old, you can run a display refresh to remove it in the small chance you get it. Plus get one from richersounds with a 6 year warranty negates this argument.

Panasonic is really pushing the "tuned in hollywood" marketing as a USP for their tellies, where were they tuned last year? The amazon rainforest? Don't believe the bullcrap
Uridium
afroylnt
Poor backlight for this price I would spend a bit more for oled.
OLED isn't the be all everyone thinks it is...Yes the Ink blacks are nice but in the real world of day to day TV viewing having seen several current Gen sets demo'ed I was a little disappointed with the amount of tearing during fast motion and lack of sharpness on 4k source compared to some current gen high end LED's .
burn in appears to be raising it's head as an issue on some models as well....
I think the burn on the newer models is pretty sorted. Many people seem fine with the motion handling but I haven't personally watched an Oled set for long enough to comment. In my opinion Its not worth spending more than 600-700 on a non-oled set unless it has FALD.
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Now TV Smart box £37.00 at John Lewis

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£37.00 @ John Lewis
Both Now TV Smart boxes (4 months movies and 5 months entertainment) have been reduced to £37 at John Lewis making it cheaper than all other Smart Boxes!! With Entertainment 5 Month pass Here
Both Now TV Smart boxes (4 months movies and 5 months entertainment) have been reduced to £37 at John Lewis making it cheaper than all other Smart Boxes!! With Entertainment 5 Month pass Here
Xthex Avatar3d, 19h agoFound 3 days, 19 hours ago107 Comments
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BrianM
Nujol
This is bizarre.... on release at £70 this was discounted to £35 almost everywhere... and yet now it's getting heat at more than this...?
It was £24 at Tesco over Christmas (possibly a misprice) but, unless your Tardis is in good order, it isn't now! Even at £37 it's pretty good value


This item has been approximately this price continuously ever since release therefore it being the same price still is not a hot deal. It's actually a clever marketing strategy that more and more people on here are falling for: claim a high "RRP", almost always sell it for half the price, watch the heat roll in.

I maintain my original comment which is that since release this has always been available for around £35, often less. £35 is the normal price for this item, it is not a discount or deal no matter how it is being promoted.


​Not with 5 months Entertainment included it hasn't!
bargainhunter666
I just don't get these....I am missing something. I have four still boxed. If you have Sky, when would you use them? If you didn't have Sky then why would you buy them and not have Sky?


​Multiroom costs £10 from Sky, I'm paying less than £4 a month for NowTV in the bedroom (have Sky downstairs). Unless you have a PlayStation or Xbox you cannot use Sky Go on a TV screen. Also there's no messing around with waiting for the box to download catchup with these, just click n go.
Stevie.Badman
these are ****. get a fire tv box


​How are you watching Freeview on a Fire TV.....
markalanious
Can you put kodi on these still?


​You could never put Kodi onto a NowTV box!
A little word of warning - NowTV service is likely to close within 2 years

Sky have found NowTV successful and want to easily challenge Amazon Prime and go after Netflix and not just Virgin, so all sky services will be going online. Recently they have done trials with NowTV and offering broadband to see how viable it is to change the service and make a bigger profit. Plan now is to offer sky both on satellite and online, if they get the numbers they will reduce prices and be very competitive across the whole of europe.
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AVF Buxton Oval TV Stand - £49.99 @ B&M

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£49.99 @ B&M Retail
AVF Buxton TV Stand, nice oval design with dark glass and walnut finish. Doesn't mention it's AVF brand on B&M website but I saw these in my local store tonight and definitely made by AVF AVF TV…
AVF Buxton TV Stand, nice oval design with dark glass and walnut finish. Doesn't mention it's AVF brand on B&M website but I saw these in my local store tonight and definitely made by AVF AVF TV…
Uridium Avatar4d, 1h agoFound 4 days, 1 hour ago4 Comments
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link works fine, AVF are decent quality, God knows what it's doing in B&M ;)

Nice spot if you're in the market and your room can take Walnut .
link works fine for me
Is the picture a spam link? Or is it just for me?
http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f67/uridium26/Online/Buxton_zpsxll6lamj.jpg
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Metro Bank fixed rate mortgage - 5 year @ 1.84% (65% LTV)

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I've been considering a 5 year fix (65% LTV) and came across this which I thought was pretty decent? There's a £999 product fee but free legal assistance and valuation. (1.99% with no fee but max
I've been considering a 5 year fix (65% LTV) and came across this which I thought was pretty decent? There's a £999 product fee but free legal assistance and valuation. (1.99% with no fee but max
baz84 Avatar4d, 5h agoFound 4 days, 5 hours ago4 Comments
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Best rate on the market if your mortgage is above £130,000 and your Loan to Value is above 60% but below 65%.

If your mortgage is below £130,000, there are better deals available involving higher rates but no fees.

If your loan to value is below 60%, there are better deals available.

Voted hot because of the fact that, in certain circumstances, it's the best deal on the market.
Daverobeo
That is a great rate but max of 100k?! All I need now is a time machine to take me to a time when that's worth even half a decent house!
£100k is the amount of the loan, not the value of the house. Thankfully, not many my age have a £100k mortgage, even if the houses are worth several times that.
Daverobeo
That is a great rate but max of 100k?! All I need now is a time machine to take me to a time when that's worth even half a decent house!
The £100k limit only applies to the fee-free version (presumably as the fee would be disproportionately large on a small loan).
That is a great rate but max of 100k?! All I need now is a time machine to take me to a time when that's worth even half a decent house!
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Apple TV 3rd Generation £20.00 @ Asda instore

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£20.00 @ George (Asda George)
Found in my local Asda in Clacton-on-Sea. Unfortunately it was the last one unless there are any out back but but could be national? They seem to be selling for £50+ on eBay used so seems like a go…
Found in my local Asda in Clacton-on-Sea. Unfortunately it was the last one unless there are any out back but but could be national? They seem to be selling for £50+ on eBay used so seems like a go…
mattyendeavour Avatar4d, 7h agoFound 4 days, 7 hours ago36 Comments
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demosn
For this price you can get an Android box which
you can do a lot more with. Dont waste your money on this limited piece of plastic.

I appreciate what your saying, and originally I was half in a similar (if not same) mind as you really? (hence indirectly some of my earlier comments also?).

But based upon the comments forth (Comment 35) from above, I'm in a somewhat dis-swayed temperament now, lol. :-)

shakerstevens
amour3k
Other than for iOS specific stuffs like, eg. Streaming your Media/Pictures via it from your iPad, iPhone, iPod, or whatever?.
What other things is this Apple TV Device thing good for .....
Has built in Netflix and Now TV, iPlayer apps etc. Yes there are other smart boxes that have these Apps too like the Roku but its good if you also want to do the iOS specific stuff and have it all in one box.
As as well as mirroring video etc from your iOS device it links to your iTunes account so you don't have to rely on mirroring from iOS. For example any movies or music you have bought on iTunes are available on the box.
My fave feature is mirroring from my MacBook Air, basically meaning I can use my 40" TV as a wireless 2nd monitor (mirrored or extended mode) from my laptop...
Another small feature is I can have my laptop hooked up in another room to my stereo playing music but also use the Apple TV to mirror that music (TV with soundbar is a good example). Ok its not SONOS but its a nice way of having music going through the house in different rooms all synced together in time without any physical wire between those rooms.

Interesting?, thanx. :-)
For this price you can get an Android box which
you can do a lot more with. Dont waste your money on this limited piece of plastic.
Thank you. It took me 40 minutes and involving 6 members of staff to find it :D
Is there an official Plex app for the AT3 or is it a sideload job ?
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£75 off Marked Price of TV's £999 and Over @ PC World

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Dual Articulating Arm TV Wall Mount Bracket for 20-65" TVs including a Twisted Veins 10' (m 3) HDMI Cable and a 6" (cm 15) 3-Axis Magnetic Bubble Level for £18.96 prime / £23.71 non prime Sold by SPN Imports and Services LLC and Fulfilled by Amazon

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strong swivel tv stand for decent price with decent feedbacks.... not bad for £18.96 delivered for prime members. FITS 20-65" TV's This mount fits most 20-65" TVs sold today. Specifically, it…
strong swivel tv stand for decent price with decent feedbacks.... not bad for £18.96 delivered for prime members. FITS 20-65" TV's This mount fits most 20-65" TVs sold today. Specifically, it…
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Got one same or similar to this a few years ago

Good price and well built and not as restrictive in it's movements as some would think

The only issue will be where your tv connections are and the type of cable you have - in most instances you'd be better off with a 90 deg connector tv end to benefit with close to wall fitting
You couldnt just put 15cm in the title like a normal person -.-
Twisted veins?.....sounds like a medical condition......
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Sony KD43XD8077SU Silver-43inch 4K Ultra HD, Smart, LED, Freeview HD, WiFi,4xHDM £599.00 @ Co-op

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£599.00 @ Co-op Electrical
For £599 Use Code MME60 £60 off all orders over £599. (Offer ends Monday 20 Feb 2017) & 5 Years guarantee
For £599 Use Code MME60 £60 off all orders over £599. (Offer ends Monday 20 Feb 2017) & 5 Years guarantee
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Dan2008
I spotted this at £588 at Argos with code : TV10, Also £629.99 at AO.com with £50 cashback (credited within 3 weeks of purchase).
I'm looking to purchase this myself but cannot decide who to order with just incase there is a problem with the set, I want the easiest return procedure if possible.
Co-op Has 5 year guarantee Argos is £119.00 for 3 Year
I spotted this at £588 at Argos with code : TV10, Also £629.99 at AO.com with £50 cashback (credited within 3 weeks of purchase).

I'm looking to purchase this myself but cannot decide who to order with just incase there is a problem with the set, I want the easiest return procedure if possible.
I recently bought this TV, just be aware that the interface can be incredibly slow - not sure if it's common with Android TV or just this model/range but channel change can take 15-20 seconds, and the TV guide can be more than 30 seconds to load. It's not always this slow, but until the TV has been powered on for around 15 mins, these times are common.

It is a nice TV though - IMO
This is my man cave tv. Awesome. Especially at the £330 I paid from Amazon Warehouse! :D
Cracking picture on this series, very good remote and gui'
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Sony KD43XD8077SU 43" Freeview HD and YouView HD Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £639.00 Delivered w/code @ ao.com

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Cheapest around that I can see :3 Use code SHOPAV20 to get advertised price (Expires Midnight 19/02/17) Make more of movie night with this Sony LED TV. The 4K Ultra HD resolution uses 4 time…
Cheapest around that I can see :3 Use code SHOPAV20 to get advertised price (Expires Midnight 19/02/17) Make more of movie night with this Sony LED TV. The 4K Ultra HD resolution uses 4 time…
msmyth Avatar4d, 11h agoFound 4 days, 11 hours ago1 Comment
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Co-op electrical is selling at 599 with code. AO should price match
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Amazon: LG OLED55B6V + 12 months Sky Q with LG OLED 4k TV + LG SH7 4.1 Channel 360 W Smart Sound Soundbar, Wireless with Metallic Design (Silver) - £1,749.00

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£1749.00 @ Amazon
From Wednesday 15th February 2017, when you purchase a qualifying LG B6 OLED TV you can choose to claim a LG SH7 Soundbar for no additional cost. This offer ends at 23:59 on Tuesday 11th April 2017.
From Wednesday 15th February 2017, when you purchase a qualifying LG B6 OLED TV you can choose to claim a LG SH7 Soundbar for no additional cost. This offer ends at 23:59 on Tuesday 11th April 2017.
son_alli Avatar4d, 14h agoFound 4 days, 14 hours ago20 Comments
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paulrwarner
If you have the money buy it, if you don't just wait this will be £1000 come this Black Friday!


It'll be discontinued before Black Friday as the new models are out April time.
The 910v 1080p from 2 years ago is still £1000+
If you have the money buy it, if you don't just wait this will be £1000 come this Black Friday!
Some guy on av forums said this offer expires just before Easter - hopefully be back down in Easter sales.... there's a like new one for £1650 on Amazon warehouse. No warranty I think. There was two yesterday and I've ordered one. Will probably return it if JL or RS do better deal next 28 days
Is this a bloody conspiracy...... you can't claim the sound bar is free then jack up the price by £250 to £1999 which just so happens to be the rough price of the sound bar......
Masteryates
Remus81
Masteryates
For this money, I'd still pick the C6 as it has 3D and a better CPU. Remember, you can always add something like a sound bar in the future if you wish, you can't add 3D or a better CPU though.
3D tech has now been dropped by most of the manufacturers, which speaks volumes about just how important this feature is. But I guess I can understand that some people want to hold on to their old 3D media.
As for CPU, I assume you mean chipset? If so, the C6, E6 & G6 have a proprietary chipset purpose built by LG and the B6 has an 'off the shelf' Realtek chipset. This does not mean that the Realtek chipset is not as good, in fact it is now understood that this chipset is a little better than the proprietary LG chipset due to them being able to reduce the B6 input lag down to numbers that are actually better than the more expensive models. This firmware is only available in the US at present, however it is expected to arrive here (likely with additional fixes) very soon. See video review for info here

I'm not saying the chipset in the B6 isn't any good. What I am saying is that when the G6 gets updated, the E6 & C6 will probably get the same updates. As the B6 is different, it may not be as lucky.

Agreed regarding 3D. Its awesome on the C6 so get it while you still can.


​Pure speculation. Besides, firmware updates are mainly to fix issues rather than add content (they may submit new firmware to remove it though). If there's an issue that is provable of which many people are complaining about then the issue will likely get fixed, much like previous 24p stutter & input lag issues.
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Beelink MINI MXIII II TV Box Amlogic S905X Quad Core-54.25 and Online Shopping | GearBest.com for £40.08

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ANDROID BOX on cheap looks good with 905x chipset.
ANDROID BOX on cheap looks good with 905x chipset.
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I've got the NPET S905X (thought the 2GB/16GB version) from Amazon -- nice box for the price but I found Kodi to be a bit slow and unresponsive, and some 1080p media to be jittery when panning... I think this is a shortcoming of Android itself with certain framerates.
I put LibreELEC on it instead of Android and it flies now -- Kodi is responsive and all media I've tried is smooth and stable.
Unless you DESPERATELY want a BeeLink, try this:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01K1KCAOM/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Not £25 cheap but a cheaper saving.
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Techwood 55 Inch Smart LED 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD TV £399.00 AO on eBay

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£399.00 @ eBay
From AO eBay, Smart, freeview HD and 4K for under £400 can't go wrong, hope everyone finds it useful and it saves them a couple hundred.
From AO eBay, Smart, freeview HD and 4K for under £400 can't go wrong, hope everyone finds it useful and it saves them a couple hundred.
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£30 code if spending over £399 comes up on their site after a few seconds of visiting AO

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


What is the £25 off code? Please
There is also a £25 off code making it cheaper
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Panasonic TX-48CX400B Smart 4K Ultra HD 48 Inch LED TV - WiFi and Freeview HD - Sainsburys Instore £330.00

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£330.00 @ Sainsbury's
Full spec can be seen here: http://ao.com/product/tx48cx400b-panasonic-tv-black-36842-108.aspx And YES its a Vestel!!!! But not a bad price for a 48" 4K TV
Full spec can be seen here: http://ao.com/product/tx48cx400b-panasonic-tv-black-36842-108.aspx And YES its a Vestel!!!! But not a bad price for a 48" 4K TV
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Disco.Dave
Vegetable


More vegan in reality :D
Vegetable
PhilK
Actually I believe Panasonic did themselves catastrophic harm rebadging Vestels.
Their own makes are now looked on suspiciously as not worth the risk


​I agree. When I was looking to buy my main TV last year I would've been deciding between a Sony or Panasonic but didn't even look at the Panny options solely because of the Vestel doubt/threat!

I just think the Vestel brand is inferior. Have no problem with UMC sets though!
Actually I believe Panasonic did themselves catastrophic harm rebadging Vestels.
Their own makes are now looked on suspiciously as not worth the risk
bondvillain20
Nujol
bondvillain20
2015 model
Nujol
Model usually sells for £300 in its various guises. It's not a good price it's £30 more than the price it's been all year at various retailers with various badges on the front. Recently the identical TV but with a different brand on the front was only £230 at Amazon.
Fair comment, 2015 model, not great value. Supermarket interface, "Essential Apps" i.e. No ITV Hub or All 4.... It's perfectly ok if your expectations involve a punch-up in Asda on Black Friday
Except you are missing the point that it is £30 more than its normal price of £300 and it has been as cheap as £230 so this is absolutely not a hot deal!
...Agreed, which I why I posted "not great value"


Fair enough :):)
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John Lewis Croydon 55" LG E6 OLED TV. No box. No 3D Glasses - instore only - £1,379.99

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£1379.99 @ John Lewis
I found out about this TV while speaking to an LG rep in Curries (of all places). I haven't seen this TV but I phoned up John Lewis and apparently it has a 2.5cm crack at the back of the TV but not af…
I found out about this TV while speaking to an LG rep in Curries (of all places). I haven't seen this TV but I phoned up John Lewis and apparently it has a 2.5cm crack at the back of the TV but not af…
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paulday
Yep it is in pretty bad nick if its the same one i went there to try to repair a couple of weeks ago. How they could accept a customer return back in that condition is beyond me.

Might have been a return due to the crack. Having followed the threads on AVForums, some peoples boxes have turned up in pretty poor condition. Although I think those were all from Currys.


Edited By: Mentos on Feb 18, 2017 20:35
"Apparently there is a 65" version as well."

Is that also cracked? And what was the price on the 65"?
Apparently their 5 year guarantee won't include the screen!
admando
Ok I just asked my dad and I quote:
Yeah. Thanks for the tip but it didn't look very safe. The crack was only about nine inches across the top left corner of the support glass at the rear of the screen. But I didn't think it was worth the gamble. Annoying, they wouldn't send me a picture or tell me over the phone where the damage was.
I guess they want it sold so not being very helpful remotely. Very unlike JL as you say.
Thanks for the reply. I hope to get up there to see it myself but in the mean time I am ending this thread although at -316 degrees and counting it's pretty much dead already LoL.
Ok I just asked my dad and I quote:

Yeah. Thanks for the tip but it didn't look very safe. The crack was only about nine inches across the top left corner of the support glass at the rear of the screen. But I didn't think it was worth the gamble. Annoying, they wouldn't send me a picture or tell me over the phone where the damage was.


I guess they want it sold so not being very helpful remotely. Very unlike JL as you say.
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Neato botvac Connected - works with Amazon Alexa £399.00 @ Amazon

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Cheapest it ever was on Amazon - £399. I was looking for it to be down to still unreasonable £450, but now I have no excuse not to buy it. "Alexa, clean my flat!"
Cheapest it ever was on Amazon - £399. I was looking for it to be down to still unreasonable £450, but now I have no excuse not to buy it. "Alexa, clean my flat!"
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Alexa, am I mad?
wait for the Samsung VR7000
I'll have half a dozen then at this fantastic price.
alexa, fire up the botvac oO
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Richersounds upto 60% off

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Just got an email off Richersounds , refurbished stuff, looks to be some good deals on there.
Just got an email off Richersounds , refurbished stuff, looks to be some good deals on there.
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DAZZ2000
Rhythmeister
Why is 60% off something cold? :|

I've seen a sale for 90% off something.....no clue what it was....do you think I should post it?. More importantly would you like to buy it? :p


​That's rather more vague than what I'd expect to be able to purchase in Richer Sounds :{
Rhythmeister
Why is 60% off something cold? :|


I bet you are sorry you asked now :)
Rhythmeister
Why is 60% off something cold? :|

I've seen a sale for 90% off something.....no clue what it was....do you think I should post it?. More importantly would you like to buy it? :p
Rhythmeister
Why is 60% off something cold? :|
probably because
a) it is not a new sale. I am sure that I have seen that banner since last Black Friday
b) only one year warranty offered
c) some refurbished unit price is higher than other store
e.g
VIERA TX58DX802B £1079 (ebay-panasonic outlet 949.99)
VIERA TX65DX902B £2149 (ebay-panasonic outlet 1,999.99)
Rhythmeister
Why is 60% off something cold? :|

Because it looks like it's all refurbished and they are using RRP as the guide price not current selling pricing i see a refurbished Samsung 4K set i bought the same set for less 15 months ago.
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Android 6.0 TV Box S912 Octa Core, 2GB RAM 16GB ROM, 5G/2.4G Dual WIFI, 1000M Ethernet, Bluetooth 4.0, H.265 Decoding - £39.99 @ Sold by Greatever and Fulfilled by Amazon

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I mentioned this one in a deal posted yesterday as it appears to be the cheapest ever UK price for an S912 based TV box. The improved GPU and 2GB RAM make it worth the upgrade over the cheaper boxe…
I mentioned this one in a deal posted yesterday as it appears to be the cheapest ever UK price for an S912 based TV box. The improved GPU and 2GB RAM make it worth the upgrade over the cheaper boxe…
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smokenlazer
Dont waste your money on this cheap rubbish. Save up and buy ya self a Nvidia shield.


yeah if you can find one that works as it should, They maybe powerful but also riddled with faults and software issues.
Lol Nvidia Sheild... Joke of the week.
Dont waste your money on this cheap rubbish. Save up and buy ya self a Nvidia shield.
It is £50 now.
Vegeta
Best boxes to get at the moment are the Beelink GT1 or Alfawise S92 and then flash this custom firmware on them:http://freaktab.com/forum/tv-player-support/amlogic-based-tv-players/s912/others-aml-s912/firmware-roms-tools-by/611261-rom-beelink-gt1-alfawise-s92-superceleron-v8b-rom

If it has the 9377 WiFi chip then this is easily the best option by a country mile.

If it's an A912 box then use this one instead, which is a fork of the original and then add the dedicated kernel produced by the original dev to give all the same funtionality.

http://freaktab.com/forum/tv-player-support/amlogic-based-tv-players/s912/others-aml-s912/firmware-roms-tools-by/613032-a912-mod-of-super-celeron-firmware
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EXPIRED Android TV Box S912 Octa Core 6.0 EgoIggo TV Box 16.1 Ethernet 100/1000M Dual Wi-Fi 2.4G+5G Bluetooth4.1 Android Box - £48.99 @ Sold by EgoIggo UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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I know it says it RRP's at stupid amounts, but I paid £64.99 over christmas for this box and haven't seen it cheaper on Amazon. I would recommend it to anyone. Was looking at prices, as was recommendi…
I know it says it RRP's at stupid amounts, but I paid £64.99 over christmas for this box and haven't seen it cheaper on Amazon. I would recommend it to anyone. Was looking at prices, as was recommendi…
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I been looking at ip1tv.com and joined today.. about £5 a month.. hell of a lot of content..
If you're getting this for Kodi then don't, multiple members of Team Kodi (and many android forums) recommend against any S912 box.

Q. I like to do a bit of DIY and don't mind getting my hands a little bit dirty and learning something in the process ?
•Various cheap AMLogic S905 devices, do NOT buy AML S912 devices.

and

Buggiest Android Kodi Box getting about is:
Any AMLogic S912 box running Android Marshmallow 6.0, like the Beelink GT1 as an example. Don't get hoodwinked by clever marketing and Tech specs people. Its been awarded a D by our very own @hdmkv. A D for Do Not Bother!
There is NO LibreELEC Kodi support for AML S912 devices either.


http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=252916

and

Normally I would say, ditch Android all together and use LibreELEC Kodi on AML S8xx/S905 hardware but the S912 cannot even do that as there is no LibreELEC Kodi support for such a S912 platform. The AML S912 is the worst combo for a getting a decent, reliable Kodi Krypton implementation going out of the box.

I would urge users to send such S912 hardware back to where they bought it if they don't like DIY projects.

http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=229310&pid=2516616#pid2516616

Just two posts by people on Team Kodi, plenty more about if you search.
this box will never see an update so will be obsolete in a year or so. buy a xaiomi mi box or a fire tv box instead.
Krinkle
The whole Kodi experience has been spoiled by massive over-subscription in the last 6 months or so...ever since the FireStick/Box deals were on here. Now I see there is even a big 'guide to Kodi' in the latest WebUser mag...I honestly don't know how they have the cheek to publish it whilst giving advice on how to install Exodus, SALTS & Specto etc, which are 100% illegal streaming add-ons. I'm not saying people shouldn't use Kodi for this reason but it's far too out in the open now, and it's only a matter of time before the Movie studios and pay broadcasters start clamping down heavily on something that was great...illegal, but great! :(
...sounds a decent price for the spec though, so heat 8)


You know what KODI is right?

None of this has affected my use & enjoyment of KODI and never will.
Guys. Just received mine and not very impressed due to apps using mobile interface. Any chance that we can install Android tv versions of Amazon, Netflix and plex app
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Android TV box (Hi Box H1 UHD = S905X Android 6.0 1Gb RAM) incl. remote - £19.99 (Prime) £23.98 (Non Prime) @ Sold by Greatever UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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£19.99 @ Amazon
20 Quid for an Android TV box running Android 6.0 (most of the cheapo boxes run Android 5) with a decent chipset (Amlogic S905X) and quick delivery from the UK. Has 1Gb of RAM (but according to review…
20 Quid for an Android TV box running Android 6.0 (most of the cheapo boxes run Android 5) with a decent chipset (Amlogic S905X) and quick delivery from the UK. Has 1Gb of RAM (but according to review…
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£21.99 for this box is still a great price. Cheaper than any other S905X box and no waiting for it to arrive from China.

Mine arrived yesterday and i have to say i am very happy with it so far. When first running Kodi give it 15 mins whilst it updates all the add-ons though. Then i would go through it and uninstall all the add-ons you are not interested in ( there are quite a few for foreign interests like Shalke FC , Danish news , US basketball ). Alternatively you could go into the tvaddons settings and choose clean start to uninstall them all , then just add back the ones you want .
chocci
jbmnic
snoopy18
jbmnic
I'd recommend a box with at least 2GB, worth the extra few £'s.
Link please
Google is a start however http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/h96-pro-tv-box-amlogic-s912-octa-core-3gb-ram-16gb-uk-plug-4k-x-2k-hdr-h-265-decoding-2505651 others are available
£54 is hardly a few £ more lol

True and all relative, just an option for those wanting better performance. Google will no doubt find cheaper versions
Price is fluctuating massively. Up to £25 yesterday, back down to £21.99 today.

Hopefully this will be ideal for LibreElec.
jbmnic
snoopy18
jbmnic
I'd recommend a box with at least 2GB, worth the extra few £'s.
Link please
Google is a start however http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/h96-pro-tv-box-amlogic-s912-octa-core-3gb-ram-16gb-uk-plug-4k-x-2k-hdr-h-265-decoding-2505651 others are available
£54 is hardly a few £ more lol
snoopy18
jbmnic
I'd recommend a box with at least 2GB, worth the extra few £'s.
Link please

Google is a start however http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/h96-pro-tv-box-amlogic-s912-octa-core-3gb-ram-16gb-uk-plug-4k-x-2k-hdr-h-265-decoding-2505651 others are available
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HISENSE 50M5500 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview HD - £499.00 @ Richer Sounds (Instore only)

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

Edited By: loosescrew on Feb 15, 2017 19:44
Im looking ta this but to be honest whats putting me off is the stand, its so wide! it wont fit on my and probably most tv stands
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LG 49UH770V 49 Inch SMART 4K Super Ultra HD TV with HDR use code TV10 £629.10 ARGOS

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£629.10 @ Argos
Good price £629.10 use code TV10. LG 49UH770 LED HDR DOLBY VISION Super 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 49" With Freeview HD/freesat HD, Harman Kardon Sound & Bright Metal Design
Good price £629.10 use code TV10. LG 49UH770 LED HDR DOLBY VISION Super 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 49" With Freeview HD/freesat HD, Harman Kardon Sound & Bright Metal Design
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discoman2016
millward84
greenair
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?
Panasonic DX700 gets good reviews
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-dx700b-50-inch-4k-uhd-smart-led-tv-584-10-with-code-tv10-argos-2614612

It does get decent reviews but for anyone who want's to use this set for gaming it's input lag times even in game mode are not the best from memory i think 55 milliseconds under 40 is reckoned to be ok and with newer Sony's and Samsungs they are around 20 milliseconds.
greenair
gazman090970
greenair
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?
This is a decent set and probably as good as you can get that is sub UHD Premium it would be worthwhile checking for any deals/pricedrops with the Samsung UE49KS7000 it is UHD Premium certified and would be a step up from this LG.
Thanks for the recommendation, been looking around these models but all seem to have some sort of "flaws" that effectively encourage people to pay more for more expensive models.
What do you think of Hisense H55M7000, seems to be quite balanced good value for this price range. semi HDR 10 and overall good display and sound.

Not flaws the only thing that separates this LG and say the Hisense from a Premium set is the peak brightness all the other ingredients are there as for the Hisense they get solid reviews and the M7000 will be about on par with the LG posted and again according to some reviews i have seen HDR is it's weak point.
millward84
greenair
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?
Panasonic DX700 gets good reviews
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-dx700b-50-inch-4k-uhd-smart-led-tv-584-10-with-code-tv10-argos-2614612
gazman090970
greenair
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?
This is a decent set and probably as good as you can get that is sub UHD Premium it would be worthwhile checking for any deals/pricedrops with the Samsung UE49KS7000 it is UHD Premium certified and would be a step up from this LG.
Thanks for the recommendation, been looking around these models but all seem to have some sort of "flaws" that effectively encourage people to pay more for more expensive models.

What do you think of Hisense H55M7000, seems to be quite balanced good value for this price range. semi HDR 10 and overall good display and sound.
greenair
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?


Panasonic DX700 gets good reviews
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Samsung UE40KU6400 40" 4K HDR Ultra-HD Flat Smart LED TV 1500 PQI Silver at Sonic Direct for £429.95

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

They might even lose a few too.

I'll get my coat....

Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Feb 15, 2017 00:51
A headphone socket is essential to me, Samsung must loose quite a few sales because of this penny pinching omission.
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Community: The Complete Series £19.99 on iTunes

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All 110 episodes of Community for £19.99 in HD or SD. "Community" is a smart, exuberant comedy that was consistently ranked as one of the most inventive and original half hours on television. This
All 110 episodes of Community for £19.99 in HD or SD. "Community" is a smart, exuberant comedy that was consistently ranked as one of the most inventive and original half hours on television. This
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Heat added. Nice one.
taz_21
Silhouette
xlxaiwa55xlx
Silhouette
Just checked... It's £58. oO


​Just checked and it's £19.99


​Where is it £19.99?


Community complete series is £19.99 picture as above. But it you are selecting Community series 1-4 then it is £58.


​I think there's crossed wires here.

I made a comment that it's £58 on Android. Aaaand people thought I was still talking about Apple/iTunes.
Silhouette
xlxaiwa55xlx
Silhouette
Just checked... It's £58. oO


​Just checked and it's £19.99


​Where is it £19.99?


Community complete series is £19.99 picture as above. But it you are selecting Community series 1-4 then it is £58.
xlxaiwa55xlx
r1biker
xlxaiwa55xlx
Silhouette
Just checked... It's £58. oO
​Just checked and it's £19.99
The Google Play store price is £58


​This is for iTunes though.


​yeah, I get it now. lol
xlxaiwa55xlx
Silhouette
Just checked... It's £58. oO


​Just checked and it's £19.99


​Where is it £19.99?
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Vodafone Sim Only 12 Month SIMO 25gb Unltd Mins/Texts Data Free roaming and Spotify/NOW TV/Sky Sports - £25/month (£300.00 total) - £75 Quidco

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Seems like a decent Deal. £25 Per Month includes: 25gb Data Unlimited Mins and Texts Entertainment pack - Now TV/Spotify/Sky sports 4gb Data and unlimited minutes and texts in Europe Not m…
Seems like a decent Deal. £25 Per Month includes: 25gb Data Unlimited Mins and Texts Entertainment pack - Now TV/Spotify/Sky sports 4gb Data and unlimited minutes and texts in Europe Not m…
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Mentos
Sponge
My wife has just got their current £20pm deal* for £14 and they waived the £10 membership fee. All via live chat.
We didn't know about the vea scheme, which is a bit annoying as I've been working for an eligible company for nearly 2 years. :(
*20GB Red Bundle: 20GB of 4G UK data, unlimited UK minutes, unlimited UK texts and 2GB of inclusive roaming data
Do you get the entertainment pack with the 20GB bundle? Website suggests not, but it isn't always correct/clear.
Got a couple of months before current contract ends, hoping they will offer 50% off again.
If you can get the VEA this works out better, as you can't use it on the 50% deal.
Sponge
My wife has just got their current £20pm deal* for £14 and they waived the £10 membership fee. All via live chat.
We didn't know about the vea scheme, which is a bit annoying as I've been working for an eligible company for nearly 2 years. :(
*20GB Red Bundle: 20GB of 4G UK data, unlimited UK minutes, unlimited UK texts and 2GB of inclusive roaming data

Do you get the entertainment pack with the 20GB bundle? Website suggests not, but it isn't always correct/clear.

Got a couple of months before current contract ends, hoping they will offer 50% off again.
My wife has just got their current £20pm deal* for £14 and they waived the £10 membership fee. All via live chat.

We didn't know about the vea scheme, which is a bit annoying as I've been working for an eligible company for nearly 2 years. :(

*20GB Red Bundle: 20GB of 4G UK data, unlimited UK minutes, unlimited UK texts and 2GB of inclusive roaming data


Edited By: Sponge on Feb 15, 2017 17:44
watfordshire
Voda VEA 15% and £10 charge for it.
30% for sim only
Vea is 30% not 15
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More Freeview Footy Thursday 16th Feb @ BT Showcase Channel 59

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In addition to the Valentines day gift for the lady in your life... Link ...more footy on Thursday: Borussia Monchengladbach v Fiorentina UEFA Europa League Round of 32 1st Leg 18:00 Vil…
In addition to the Valentines day gift for the lady in your life... Link ...more footy on Thursday: Borussia Monchengladbach v Fiorentina UEFA Europa League Round of 32 1st Leg 18:00 Vil…
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SCISHION V88 TV Box Rockchip 3229 Quad Core £21.04 @ Gearbest

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You could try this early build of MM based upon the Ugoos UT6.
It might be quite buggy though and requires a lot of start-up process to be stopped and only connects via ethernet but it does do 1080p in Youtube etc.https://mega.nz/#!akQw2TYa!WPAR5OhZmPXtQfny6wziNfD8h6pslilNl3wrBNQGm3o
The flashing tool and drivers are also included.
I just tried again with the help of a friend who is an Android software developer. Before copying the files onto his computer, he scanned them and it turns out that the firmware image provided by the supplier and with the same hash as that linked on several websites has two instances of the DDOS/Nitol.A.215 virus/malware so I have abandoned any further attempts to reflash this box and I've upgraded to a 3GB/32GB one which unsurprisingly plays much better.
Whilst the £19.99 delivered from Amazon deal is available, this Gearbest item is a dead duck
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/android-box-under-20-19-99-prime-23-98-non-prime-amazon-2618290
this gets pretty poor reviews, see redskull on YouTube. see my post for the mecool hm8 for under 20 quid delivered

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Install the driver I think is also bundled and see how that goes.
Also try both USB ports because I think that only one will allow OTG connectivity for flashing.
I have exactly the same package with the same driver which I installed. I remember Windows said it wasn't installed properly and asked if I should let it do so and I tried both options.

I also tried both USB ports - the one nearest the corner causes the beep and the blue LED to come on and the other one does nothing. I also tried some other method with a microSD card but the necessary option to install which was shown in the instructions did not appear in the menu on my D5.

But thanks for your time.
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You could try this early build of MM based upon the Ugoos UT6.
It might be quite buggy though and requires a lot of start-up process to be stopped and only connects via ethernet but it does do 1080p in Youtube etc.https://mega.nz/#!akQw2TYa!WPAR5OhZmPXtQfny6wziNfD8h6pslilNl3wrBNQGm3o
The flashing tool and drivers are also included.
Thanks.
I have the firmware, I just can't get the box to be recognised by the flashing software and I have tried two different applications, Android Tool and RKBatchTool. Tlhue LED inside tx comes on when it is co and the flashing app beeps but either the button is greyed out on one app or it says no device connected on the other. I bought a new M to M USB A cable which ought to be okay but I have checked the continuity anyway.
I'll see what's in the bundle you linked and try again.

Install the driver I think is also bundled and see how that goes.

Also try both USB ports because I think that only one will allow OTG connectivity for flashing.
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Amazing thanks - I bought 50 of them. Profits to be made. All out of stock now though as I went to go and buy some more.
bragging you screwed other hukd'ers over. get a life.
I was only joking, calm down.
Hope you bagged greyhound!
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I got confirmation email this morning to say stock has been dispatched.
SHOPTO DELIVERY NOTICE
Your Order has been packed and will be dispatched with the next ROYAL MAIL collection.
Guess folk hit this hard as is the case normally when they are on offer.
Bit of a sod that! Just rechecked my emails hoping to see the same, but there is nothing. Someone else on another thread is in the same boat as me comms wise so I'll have to wait it out and, well, let's see what mood I'm in tomorrow night!
And now it's 'tomorrow night' I'm in a good mood. One box, left some for the rest, even though I could have done with a few.
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Amazing thanks - I bought 50 of them. Profits to be made. All out of stock now though as I went to go and buy some more.
you're a ****

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Bought 2 at 11.52am yesterday. Arrived today 10am. Not even sure how that is possible. Particularly amazing as you lot all seem to be posting "oos" etc at the time I ordered. Thanks op! Much heat!

The Revolution Will Be Televised

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.

A Brief History of the TV Set

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 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?

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.

Where to Buy TV Sets Online

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. 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.

The Best Time To Buy a TV Set

Throughout the year, you can find great deals on TV sets, 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 place 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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