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Hisense H50M3300 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV - £399.00 @ AO.COM

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Been posted before but back at AO. Use Code GET30 for £30 off the £429 listing. HDMI Input 4 (2xHDMI 2.0) HDCP Support HDCP 2.2 MHL Yes USB 3 (1xUSB 3.0) S/PDIF Output Yes Audio (L/R) Input N/A Head…
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Just a mention that might be important to some, this is NOT HDR....check the colour specs on the website. Apparently the high dynamic range can make a big difference. Looks like a good buy otherwise though.
​only a moron would expect to get a 50" 4k tv for less than £400 that also includes proper HDR.
it's most likely an 8 bit panel with electronics driving it that can process hdr but not display it as its meant to be.
if you want hdr then stop looking at 50" tvs for £400
Oh of course - we'd all be morons to look for a real bargain of a 50 inch HDR tv on this site wouldn't we! Let's just pay full price instead!!
the point being. people are asking for top specs in a large screen tv available for peanuts.
they are being completely unreasonable. how about you come work for me and I pay you £1 an hour? do you think that is reasonable?
well then ask yourself why samsung sell a 43" 4k tv for over £1000 yet this 50" tv is less than £400. obviously it isn't going to have all the latest tech in it like a 10 bit panel, etc. it's being completely unreasonable to ask for it to have it.
if you want a decent cheap tv then buy it, if you want one with all the latest tech then get your chequebook out rather than complaining some ridiculously cheap tv doesn't have the latest tech.

Not really because you only have to look at a wide variety of products of all kinds out there that are expensive because of things such as a simple badge.

Just because somebody may shop at Harrods does not mean that what they buy is any better than what they could find elsewhere at a fraction of the price.

Such is the power of image and labels.

I can buy a pair of sun glasses for very little money that will do exactly the same job as a pair costing ten times as much or have a suit made that would do exactly the same as one costing hundreds of times for because it has a label inside.

The really moronic element is that too many people are willingly conned into thinking that they have to buy high to get quality and in the process feed into the idiotic label culture, wasting their own money into the process.

When DVD writers first came out I bought one of the first ones to come into the country and paid £600 for it. Within a year you could pick them up for £150 and within 18 months, £50.

I was a moron once too lol and competition is so fierce now that there are many Asian vendors willing to sell lots at a low price.


​you do know theae tv's are cheap because there specs arent that great.

60hz
8 bit panel
no hdr through hdmi

the panel itself may be riddled with issues like ghosting, banding, haloing or bleed.

even the toshiba we bought 20 years ago had a 100hz refresh rate

this is a good tv for the money however its not going to beat a top of the range samsung.

as for paying for a brand name. most of us all know that. its why i dont own beats by dre but sennheiser, beyerdynamic and akg instead.

when it comes to tvs if you want quality then do your research on avforums and hdtvtest.

the only 2 pros this tv has is the price for the size and the fact its 4k. however the panel could be terrible, there hasnt been a review done by a professional calibrator.

you wont get a better tv for £400 new however that doesnt mean that this is brilliant tv. it wouldnt get into the top 25 of models released in the past year.
dodgymix
Can someone please enlighten me to the benefit of 4K ??
Same as my answer above, 4K content is available but there still isnt that much about. Getting a 4K TV just now is probably not worth it unless you pay a premium for 4K content from Netflix for example.

You may well be future proofing yourself to some degree, but then again you could get a much better 4K TV in a years time and there should be much more content by then.

Keep in mind there is still only 12/14 HD channels on freeview, 4K is a loooong way away on terrestial and HDR even longer.
Can someone please enlighten me to the benefit of 4K ??

No tv channels and the only 4K movie I've seen for sale was ghostbusters?????

There's not really many HD channels never mind 4K
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PsychoSonny
Fluffies1
PsychoSonny
Fluffies1
Just a mention that might be important to some, this is NOT HDR....check the colour specs on the website. Apparently the high dynamic range can make a big difference. Looks like a good buy otherwise though.
​only a moron would expect to get a 50" 4k tv for less than £400 that also includes proper HDR.
it's most likely an 8 bit panel with electronics driving it that can process hdr but not display it as its meant to be.
if you want hdr then stop looking at 50" tvs for £400
Oh of course - we'd all be morons to look for a real bargain of a 50 inch HDR tv on this site wouldn't we! Let's just pay full price instead!!
the point being. people are asking for top specs in a large screen tv available for peanuts.
they are being completely unreasonable. how about you come work for me and I pay you £1 an hour? do you think that is reasonable?
well then ask yourself why samsung sell a 43" 4k tv for over £1000 yet this 50" tv is less than £400. obviously it isn't going to have all the latest tech in it like a 10 bit panel, etc. it's being completely unreasonable to ask for it to have it.
if you want a decent cheap tv then buy it, if you want one with all the latest tech then get your chequebook out rather than complaining some ridiculously cheap tv doesn't have the latest tech.
Not really because you only have to look at a wide variety of products of all kinds out there that are expensive because of things such as a simple badge.
Just because somebody may shop at Harrods does not mean that what they buy is any better than what they could find elsewhere at a fraction of the price.
Such is the power of image and labels.
I can buy a pair of sun glasses for very little money that will do exactly the same job as a pair costing ten times as much or have a suit made that would do exactly the same as one costing hundreds of times for because it has a label inside.
The really moronic element is that too many people are willingly conned into thinking that they have to buy high to get quality and in the process feed into the idiotic label culture, wasting their own money into the process.
When DVD writers first came out I bought one of the first ones to come into the country and paid £600 for it. Within a year you could pick them up for £150 and within 18 months, £50.
I was a moron once too lol and competition is so fierce now that there are many Asian vendors willing to sell lots at a low price.
You state both ends of the argument? Brands with higher costs have more modern tech and charge a premium as they have tech cheap TVs don't? Roll on 12m-18m and the cheap tv will have same Spec and the brands will have moved on to newer tech and will still be more expensice
pimpMe
louiselouise
... I take it his won't get the HDR upgrade and it's down to the panel/software?
Probably not but then again we rarely know what the manufacturers are going to do next..
Don't get caught up in the HDR hype, yes it may offer something in the future, but for now its not worth considering [other than future proofing, but again wait and something better will come along anyway].
louiselouise
in fact it's got me so curious I'm considering getting one as my bedroom set.
Get one for the bedroom and dont worry about HDR, if it does comes to this TV then great, I wouldnt expect it, but if it comes look on it as a major bonus for free.
(As others have said above, there is next to NO HDR content and that will take a while to change, we are only now seeing a decent selection for 4K...buy with 4K in mind not HDR.)
Thanks PimpMe, he seems happy with the 2015 Hisense he has. Personally I have a Sony W829 (non-4K), probably better waiting a few years :)
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Hisense H65M5500 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV 799.00£ reduced to 759£ with voucher @ AO

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This TV has been priced at 799£ before and is selling out fast at this price at other retailers. Using voucher code GET40 gets the price down to 759£ which is a great price for a 4K 65" screen. Also
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LG 43" 43LF540V £249.99 @ eBuyer.com

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Pretty good price for that model. Equipped with 2 HDMI ports
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Is there a way to attach speakers to this TV, since it doesn't have a headphone jack.
Well, unfortunately that might be problematic as it seems that this TV does not have headphone jack, optical port or even HDMI-ARC ability.
Is there a way to attach speakers to this TV, since it doesn't have a headphone jack.
Bought a refurbished one from Tesco outlet, £199 delivered yesterday, its brand new
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=400971574995
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Samsung UE40JU6410 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 40" with Freeview HD/freesat HD and Built-In Wi-Fi £479.00 John Lewis

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Samsung 40" HDR Smart TV - 5 Year John Lewis Warranty - Reduced To Clear £479.00 - Upscale HD content to 4K - Super Smart platform Just bought one!!
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does this support the new version of HDR ? is there a firmware upgrade
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Digihome 43 Inch 287FHDDLED FHD LED TV with Freeview HD £159.00 using £20 voucher ALSO smart version available @ tesco

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Coupon - TDX-KHTX Free delivery Not a bad price for 43" tv. ;) Also you can have a smart version for £179.00 using £20 voucher. http://www.tesco.com/direct/digihome-287cntd-smart-full-hd-43-inch-l…
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I never see that, she's such a wee milf :p
Avoid Digihome, I took mine back to Tesco. Much happier with my Hisense TV.
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Dave_dave69
You must be 12 or over to buy this item.
An adult will need to sign for this item.
Christ I wonder what Tesco think you are going to watch!:)
Susanna Reid flashing her white crisp lace panties on good morning Britain ?

:)
Dave_dave69
You must be 12 or over to buy this item.

An adult will need to sign for this item.

Christ I wonder what Tesco think you are going to watch!

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Susanna Reid flashing her white crisp lace panties on good morning Britain ?
You must be 12 or over to buy this item.

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Christ I wonder what Tesco think you are going to watch!

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good luck IF you find one. out of stock locally, 15 stores and oos around Manchester areas

yeah same here, i was looking around manchester as well but with no luck at all.

got a mario game on the wii u for the kids yesterday and TV finally died, so this would of been an awesome buy on low cash :(
didn't need one, reserved at Horsham, West Sussex..................picking up later :-D
The Seiki 43 incher on AO for £169.99 actually has pretty good reviews (currently out of stock but usually keeps coming back):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMbDavWAey4
none in stock for me either... any other site selling these at similar price
I would recommend a Seiki no problem at all.
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LG 55" 4K HDR UHD LED TV - 55UH750v - 2016 Model £779.89 at Costco (For Members instore)

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Saw this in Costco Thurrock yesterday and seemed like a good price for the 2016 model when comparing it elsewhere. Struggling to find it under £1000 anywhere They also had LG 58UH635v for £875.98 or…
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will any of the shops price match with COSTCO ?
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Philips 43PUS6401 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD Ambilight Smart TV. £399.00 Argos

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Enjoy great content in stunning quality with this 43inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV from Phillips. Ambilight technology offers an immersive viewing experience by emitting a glow from two-sides of your TV. W…
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Iv got a 1080p ambilight, 49" screen picture quality ain't the best but the ambilight feature is great although it can't be linked to any Philips Hue products which is ashame

it quite easily can, search for the ambilight+Hue app on the app store ? unless ur TV is old and doesn't support this feature ?


​Mine is a Philips 47PFH5209
Jonnyblock
PsychoSonny
Boyee
Though mine isn't 4k, I bought my Philips on a prime day deal this time last year. Once the picture was set up properly I'd day it's the best led/lcd picture I've owned, over Panasonic and Samsung. Good bang for the buck if that's what you're after.
​phillips are terrible. avforums and hdtvtest refuse to even review them they are that bad

Strange. Pretty sure sure they review even budget tvs sometimes.


​they dont make their own panels they buy in cheap crap. build quality is poor. but they make them look good. mutton dressed as lamb. their bulbs too are overpriced for what you get unless your buying car headlights. look into lifx if you want phillips hue. same thing for 33% cheaper
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LuFc6686
If these are anything like the previous Philips 4k TVs they will be terrible. Seen as though these have a lot more features for just a little more I would stay well away
I bought 2 when argos had the 55 inch ones on sale and its amazing quality. Maybe you got a bad one?
I tried 3 all were the same. I'm sorry but if you think they are good quality you are clueless. Not trying to cause an argument honestly but how anyone can say they are good picture is crazy. They don't produce blacks they just show awful smudged grey, the settings out the box are unbelievably bad, they suffer from bad banding, and very bad light bleed and pressure marks, the colors are just dodgy, the picture isn't very crisp.. I can't imagine how bad these issues are on the 55 one.. If you like it then that's fine. The one I looked at in a different store had these issues.... 4 people I know who also bought one had these issues so I'm pretty sure they are all the same. Just blows my mind when people give bad products good reviews haha. One of my mates actually thought the TV was OK.... I went round and he was using the default settings.... That right there proves to me how clueless some people are haha.
bally12345
Iv got a 1080p ambilight, 49" screen picture quality ain't the best but the ambilight feature is great although it can't be linked to any Philips Hue products which is ashame

it quite easily can, search for the ambilight+Hue app on the app store ? unless ur TV is old and doesn't support this feature ?

Edited By: Rudz on Jul 27, 2016 22:19
Iv got a 1080p ambilight, 49" screen picture quality ain't the best but the ambilight feature is great although it can't be linked to any Philips Hue products which is ashame
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Stan Lee's Lucky Man Episode 1 FREE on iTunes

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Description BAFTA nominated actor James Nesbitt plays Detective Inspector Harry Clayton, a brilliant but troubled cop and a compulsive gambler who is in danger of losing the thing he values most; his
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Just over 5 days ago the Android version of this was Posted here too:
Stan Lee's Lucky Man Episode 1 for freehttp://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/stan-lee-s-lucky-man-episode-1-for-free-2483887
Read the Second Comment on there for the CORRECT Link (as for whatever reason, the OP's own Deal Link was dead, etc?, lol).
Enjoy. :-)
Lol :)
Thought it was too good to be true.... this is second time iTunes has given us something free that's rubbish! Apple must really dislike us British folk!!!
Take a look on the USA site... I've got over 100 free shows off there in the last year !!!
Just over 5 days ago the Android version of this was Posted here too:

Stan Lee's Lucky Man Episode 1 for free

http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/stan-lee-s-lucky-man-episode-1-for-free-2483887

Read the Second Comment on there for the CORRECT Link (as for whatever reason, the OP's own Deal Link was dead, etc?, lol).

Enjoy. :-)
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Philips 49PUS6401 4k 49inch Ultra TV - £499.00 Argos

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This 49 inch 4K Ultra HD TV from Phillips offers 4x the resolution of full HD. Ambilight provides an immersive viewing experience and Smart TV gives you access to a range of great content, including G…
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Why won't the shops let you see Freeview HD on a tv ?? Surely they have an outside Areil ?
Bargains_Only
I am deciding between this and HiSense 50inch which Richer Sounds have for £449. The HISENSE does not have the ambilight but has had good reviews. Which is Smart 4k TV is a better one to buy in the £450 mark.
Personally, I wouldn't buy a TV without having seen it in real life - see if you can demo them?
I am deciding between this and HiSense 50inch which Richer Sounds have for £449. The HISENSE does not have the ambilight but has had good reviews. Which is Smart 4k TV is a better one to buy in the £450 mark.
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djh1975
This got slated last time on here, I'm happy with my 49" 4K Hisense TV from Amazon for £335.
I'm pretty certain this hasn't been on here before as PUS is Philips new range......be sure not to get confused with the inferior PUT range that was being peddled by Argos a few months back.
This = PUS6401.
Previously seen = PUT4600 & PUT6400.
Is there a difference in quality? As the other one got slated badly.
I've not used this one, but it has some quite substantial improvements: hdr, micro-dimming, ambilight and quad core (as opposed to dual core) cpu should all make a huge improvement over the previous models that were featured here. Also worth noting that even the best brands have the odd dog, so I'm curious to see peoples opinions on this specific model.......as I'm pretty certain some might be confusing it with the older similarly named models.

Edited By: N1Andy on Jul 27, 2016 20:20
N1Andy
djh1975
This got slated last time on here, I'm happy with my 49" 4K Hisense TV from Amazon for £335.
I'm pretty certain this hasn't been on here before as PUS is Philips new range......be sure not to get confused with the inferior PUT range that was being peddled by Argos a few months back.
This = PUS6401.
Previously seen = PUT4600 & PUT6400.

Is there a difference in quality? As the other one got slated badly.
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SONY BRAVIA 55W809CBU Smart 3D 55" LED TV - £599.00 delivered @ Currys

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Great TV for those not convinced by 4k. 9/10 review from trusted reviews here: http://www.trustedreviews.com/sony-kdl-55w805c-review Was 729, now 599. JL has similar model on sale for 719.
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650 when i click site
linhang90
With this price i expect 4k :D
Better picture without on non-4k feeds.
All passive 4K TV's deliver FHD 1080p per eye. This means the upper LG's and maybe even the top of the range Sony.

I've tested 20 or so Active shutter LCDs/LEDs over my time at many price ranges, and I've yet to see a TV that doesn't show Crosstalk. On LCD/LED, the pixels are not able to turn on and off fast enough which means the Left eye catches a little of what the right eye is only supposed to see and vice versa. Due to faster response times of Plasma's they show less Crosstalk.

The passive TV's on the other hand don't rely on pixels turning off and on very quickly and there glasses being in sync. That's why they show even less crosstalk.

Just be warned that once you see crosstalk you will always start noticing it!
Masteryates
Guys, if this TV uses Active Shutter 3D, leave well alone. For 3D without Crosstalk, (Ghosting,) you'll need a passive 4k TV, (which delivers 1080p for each eye.)
This is way overpriced for a Sony.

I don't get any crosstalk on my active 3D tv, perhaps you had a cheap model TV?

Furthermore, which 1080p TV offers passive 3D @ 1080p per eye?......none
Guys, if this TV uses Active Shutter 3D, leave well alone. For 3D without Crosstalk, (Ghosting,) you'll need a passive 4k TV, (which delivers 1080p for each eye.)

This is way overpriced for a Sony.
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Sony KDL50W755CBU Smart Andriod Full HD 50 Inch LED TV with Youview £412.30 and Samsung UE55J6100 Led TV £349.30 and Tesco Vaccum Cleaner £11 @ Tesco instore

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Spotted today few very good deals on Tv shelf and some vaccum cleaner. http://www.sony.co.uk/electronics/televisions/w750c-series Sony Android Tv 50 inch cheapest in UK atm also Samsung 55 inch TV.
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17 hoovers in Irvine
7 of the Hoover in silver burn store if that helps anyone out at 9am
D3ALManiac
are these refurb? or open-box?

The ones I found were brand new.
are these refurb? or open-box?
Tesco Loughborough Sunday bought a Samsung 50" full hd led TV for £262 spot on TV with great picture and sound and no geese ! Joking apart was on a clearance so best of luck ....
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Sumvision Android TV Box Cyclone Android X4 AMLogic Quad Core Android 4.4 XBMC KODI 14.2 Media Streamer Player Smart TV Box for your HDMI HD TV £29.85 Sold by Opel Products and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Great deal to watch kodi on this box from amazon it has gone down from £35 to £31.75 to £29.85 with free delivery any questions please ask
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I need a box that does x265 files

This will.
I need a box that does x265 files
Wouldn't expect a Sumvision to work longer than a year. So just as you've got Kodi set up how you like it, you'll lose the lot. ;)
this one m.gearbest.com/tv-box-mini-pc/pp_401687.html?wid=1
sorry wrong link
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40 JVC LT40C550 Full HD 1080p Digital Freeview LED TV £149.99 / £169.98 delivered @ ElectronicWorld tv

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Graded : Yes Pixel Resolution : 1920 x 1080p Full HD 1080p : Yes Get Digital : Digital Tuner with all Freeview channels Brand : JVC Other : Wall Mountable , Super Clear Panel , On-Screen Menus…
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Personally I would avoid. Had a look at this in Currys & it just looked really cheap in terms of build quality.

You'd be better off going for the 43 " Blaupunkt posted today (Tesco) or the 43" Seiki (AO.com)
oos
Apparently not a good company as the goods are returns & are difficult to deal with.

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.electronicworldtv.co.uk
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Hisense H65M5500 65" Ultra HD 4K LED TV £735.00 @ AO.com

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Recently released this summer 2016 the new 65" 4K LED TV, with smart features including Amazon instant and NETFLIX 4K. Hopefully RS will price match. Don't forget Quidco Use GET30 for £30 off maki…
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Get mine on Saturday :)
I got one about 2 hours ago. Getting it tomorrow for the grand sum of £702. The black version is dearer at £899 .
Showing at £799
Did anyone get one??
Pardon my ignorance but does anyone know the difference between the 65k5510 and 65k5500? Thanks
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Digihome Smart 4K Ultra HD 48 Inch LED TV £259.00 delivered @ Tesco Direct

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Lowest ever price for this 4k tv only £259 - a lot of tv for the money 3840 x 2160 resolution, Ultra HD 4K and 4 HDMI connections Free home delivery Use code TDX-KHTX to get this price
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I know this is currently expired but I received this TV today (thanks to the OP letting us know about this offer). In case this comes back in stock again, here are some initial/further details.

To confirm all 4 x HDMI ports are HDMI 2.0 4k 60hz. The WiFi connected straight away with no issues. I've done some quick tests via my Nvidia Shield, such as a YouTube 4k 60fps video playback and it does look even more glorious compared to my 1080p LED Sony or Sharp panel. There was no ghosting or motion blur, plus definitely no cloud patches on the panel when it came to blacks.

I haven't tinkered with the TV picture settings yet, which I know I will have to do until I'm fully satisfied. I do have an Xbox One and a PS4, so I will try Overwatch for example to see how it copes with a faster motion game play.

If anyone has any questions or things they want me to check, please fire away. I know it's out of stock, but it may come back in stock again....
morshed777
Anyone facing problems to run wi-fi? I did. Can anyone help me to sort it out?


​initially no matter how many times I input my wifi code it just wouldn't connect. then I tried wps and that wouldn't work too. So tried wifi code AGAIN and hey presto connected. think it was just pot luck tbh
Interloper
ferrarian
Cheap Chinese :(
Turkish, actually.

This is the same TV rebranded as Panasonic and Hitachi recently on HUKD:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-tx-48cx400b-48-smart-3d-4k-ultra-hd-tv-black-389-del-with-code-ao-2480103

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hitachi-49-inch-4k-uhd-smart-led-tv-349-99-argos-2475196

Crazy spec for the money, with 4x HDMI 2.0/HDCP 2.2-compliant ports. Superb picture in 1080p and 4k. iPlayer, Netflix and Youtube all built-in.

Make sure to run a firmware update when you switch it on and tinker with the settings. Ignore the brand snobs - you'll be rewarded with a very, very good picture for a staggeringly low price.


So I wonder if you can flash panny firmware on? Would be good to unlock more smart apps etc; and I gather panny is fire OS? If so then side load android comes to mind!
I need some help, I am looking at this TV and http://www.tesco.com/direct/samsung-ue40ju6000-smart-4k-ultra-hd-40-inch-led-tv-with-built-in-wifi-and-freeview-hd/549-5644.prd for my daughter she will use it for gaming , what would be the better one to ho for? Ps I can het the samsung for £377
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Blaupunkt Full HD 43 Inch LED TV with Freeview HD £159.00 delivered @ Tesco Direct

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Blaupunkt 43 Inch LED TV with Freeview HD for £159 1920x1080 resolution and 3 HDMI connections Free home delivery Use code TDX-KHTX to get this price
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Possibly a bit big for where I want it but the TV is fantastic, even plays H265 HEVC files with the built in player. Some Tesco reviews say there is a firmware bug that can stop it turning on and an update fixes it. I did the update and it put me on a lower firmware version. Still works though, I might email them about that.

http://i926.photobucket.com/albums/ad103/dcxbadass/20160727_193220_zpsqcan3yby.jpg
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dcx_badass
I've ordered one, what's the plug situation, I believe the cable is hard wired but is the plug molded or swappable?
What difference does it make ?? It is just as easy to replace a molded plug as it is a swappable one.
Cutting the cable normally voids the warranty though.
dcx_badass
I've ordered one, what's the plug situation, I believe the cable is hard wired but is the plug molded or swappable?

What difference does it make ?? It is just as easy to replace a molded plug as it is a swappable one.
I've ordered one, what's the plug situation, I believe the cable is hard wired but is the plug molded or swappable?
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SAMSUNG UE60JU6800 Smart 4k Ultra HD 60" LED TV £999.00 @ Curry's

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it is reduced from £1399. I think is a good deal, however everyone can decide for himself
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Is the Sony 8509c better than this?
Broathboy
SONY BRAVIA KD55X8509C, now up £100 to £899 as well, something going on?

Just bide your time.
i m sure that they will reduce their prices again soon
SONY BRAVIA KD55X8509C, now up £100 to £899 as well, something going on?
£1099 now!
pops1975
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You can't beat the UE65JS9000, for £899. This isn't in the same league. That one has a 9000 series engine. This one has a 6000 engine. It's like comparing a BMW to a Renault.


​Where is this unicorn you speak of? Is it a current offer? Cheapest I can find is around 2k. I imagine if anything at that price it wasn't brand new. Please advise as it may stop me going Oled.


See here
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue65js9000-899-currys-65-inch-curved-4k-ultra-hd-3d-smart-led-tv-freeview-2458947
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http://www.edenred.co.uk/reward-recipients/spend-compliments-card/spend-my-compliments-card/

Here's where you can use the voucher.
I am getting 4 installs over the next week, I hope I get 4 vouchers.
ALL 12 months contract with free Speaker OR £100 Voucher
Big Easy £27.99/month for 9 months, £41.99 afterwards
Big Bang £37.99/month for 9 months, %51.99 afterwards

I called up virginmedia, and in addition to this they gave me Free upgrage of 100mpbs on Big Easy for 6 months + i gave my friends reference and we both were given £50 credit in our account.

Ashfaq
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Samsung UE40KU6400 40 Smart Inch 4K Ultra HD TV PQI 1500 £496.00 @ Debenhams Plus

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Debenhams Plus £83 cheaper than Richer Sounds. Also other TV's cheaper than RS
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RS with 6 year warranty
afroylnt
Isn't 40" a bit small to bother with 4K unless you plan on using it as a PC monitor?


Yes
Isn't 40" a bit small to bother with 4K unless you plan on using it as a PC monitor?
I have the 55" version. Despite the lack of HDR it's a cracking TV and the scaling chipset is brilliant, does a cracking job of upscaling SD and HD content
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LG 55EC930V- clearance £988.95 @ Richer Sounds

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OLED tv for under a grand but not 4K, still beats most tv's with 4K in my opion.
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what's the difference between the 920/950/960 models?
I wouldn't touch a refurbished tv with a bargepole unless it was less than half price, but if anyone's interested there's a refurbished newer 910v model for less than the OP's deal on the older 930 model here:-

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LG-55EG910V-55-OLED-Full-HD-Curved-3D-Smart-TV-with-webOS-2-0-WiFi/191815984183?_trksid=p2047675.c100011.m1850&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D37567%26meid%3D2a04047025054fbbaff808d25e164a26%26pid%3D100011%26rk%3D5%26rkt%3D10%26sd%3D282048757370

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krismcguirk
adam4007
stbk
If it's refurbished then its cold from me sorry...
Same here mate. I would not touch a refurbished tv.

Last time i checked not all of the TV's were refurbished, some are ex display, open box etc.
I picked up this tv from clearance and was given a 6 year guarantee included in the price, I just had to ask.

Picture quality is increidble once you've calibrated it, IMO OLED > 4K, the black levels are amazing and contrast is the best I've seen on a TV.

Kris.


Love my 910v mate. Cost me £300 to get it calibrated looks amazing.
adam4007
stbk
If it's refurbished then its cold from me sorry...
Same here mate. I would not touch a refurbished tv.

Last time i checked not all of the TV's were refurbished, some are ex display, open box etc.
I picked up this tv from clearance and was given a 6 year guarantee included in the price, I just had to ask.

Picture quality is increidble once you've calibrated it, IMO OLED > 4K, the black levels are amazing and contrast is the best I've seen on a TV.

Kris.
garryallen
buddy1976
ive just sold this to get a 4k oled. the difference between this and my new 4k seems minimal. great price for a great tv. hot from me

Did you get one of the new LG 4K OLED panels, out of interest? If the difference is only minimal, I think the cheapest is like £2500 which is a massive difference if you don't want or need 4K. Tempted by this.


​its the 55b6v 2016 model i got it cheap through a work incentive so could not resist at less than half the rrp. just waiting for Sky Q UHD to go live on 13th of august see if live sports in uhd @ 50fps are a more impressive improvement over the 1080p model
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Samsung UE48H6400 48" LED Full HD 3D Smart TV £422.99 / Free delivery @ eBuyer (possible 5% Quidco)

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Just purchased this from EBuyer at £422.99 with free delivery. Only 1 year warranty but a great price. Samsung H6400 48" Full HD LED Smart 3D TV Product Description Powerful Quad Core processor for
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No 4k at this price.
Old tv for this price. No thanks
jonnyd24
I have this telly and it's excellent, takes a bit of setting up to get the colours right. I got a dvd from currys which guides you through the whole process to get the picture cock on.


I was going to try this when I get it

https://www.avforums.com/threads/samsung-h6400-ue55h6400-reviewers-recommended-best-settings.1876939/
Rhythmeister
Hmmm, it's also a smart TV, it might be an idea to put that in the title!


Done!
Hmmm, it's also a smart TV, it might be an idea to put that in the title!
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samsung ue65ks9000 smart 4k uhd hdr tv. £2,265.00 @ applianceelectronics

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looking for a 4k hdr tv and this has great reviews. seen the ks8000 at currys and picture is amazing IMO. price is under last year's js9000
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although at this temp I should be ok for a few more weeks
the porter
theskippies
the porter
Did you order op ?
​haha I'm sooooooooooooooo indecisive. . still reading all the reviews .. never wanted a curved tv... short answer no not yet :-)
Lol get it ordered bang for buck it's the best out there IMO and the curve is quite cool


​the curve is now winning me over. but last year's js9500 (fald) or this one... it'll be sold out before I make my mind up
theskippies
the porter
Did you order op ?
​haha I'm sooooooooooooooo indecisive. . still reading all the reviews .. never wanted a curved tv... short answer no not yet :-)
Lol get it ordered bang for buck it's the best out there IMO and the curve is quite cool
the porter
Did you order op ?


​haha I'm sooooooooooooooo indecisive. . still reading all the reviews .. never wanted a curved tv... short answer no not yet :-)
Did you order op ?
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Use code 10LGTV for 10% off the £329 asking price. A branded 49" 1080p TV for under £300! sound pretty good to me. This TV isnt without sacrifices though, the bad points I've found are Only 2 HDMI
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cuslund
Not 4k, might as well get a TV with huge back if you want to buy old tech! Smart 4k is a must now!!!!
Chromecast/Fire TV/Android box are infinitely better than a smart TV as they are at least updated, unlike most smart TVs which will never see a software update
Stupid reply, Smart TVs are ALWAYS updated, u idiot
Gollywood
LOUGHBORO GUY
Yes it's got a freeview HD tuner built in its a bargain

​LG (pun intended), if the 2 of us had a TV for every time we posted on a TV deal, we'd be called the Vestel factory! :D
Yes lol
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cuslund
Not 4k, might as well get a TV with huge back if you want to buy old tech! Smart 4k is a must now!!!!

Chromecast/Fire TV/Android box are infinitely better than a smart TV as they are at least updated, unlike most smart TVs which will never see a software update
this work with google cardboard or pokemon go please ?
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iz123456789
Did anyone actually get their chance to buy this TV from Tesco for £289.00???
Because I'm starting to think this is all a lie!
anyways let me know if you did manage to get your hands on this set, and not email sent saying its out of stock! lol

Mine is sitting at home right now :) Got a friend who works at Tesco to get it for me so got another 10% off making it £260.10 in the end!

Apparently it went OOS almost straight away, then came back in stock for a brief moment before going out again. My friend claims that this is often due to bulk orders getting cancelled and the stock getting freed up for other buyers.

Anyhow hopefully some people on here were lucky!
The price is now £497 - is this still a good price for 4K with HDR?
KEVIN6BZ
hotdealseeker
I wonder can it be used as a ultra big computer monitor? If so, will I still pay TV License whilst not watching TV.
Yes as it has a tuner receiver even though you won't be using it .

No this is not correct. You only need a TV license if you either watch or record live TV. Saying that, the law will be changing on 1st September this year which will mean you also need one to download or watch BBC on Demand (iPlayer)

http://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/faqs/FAQ15
Did anyone actually get their chance to buy this TV from Tesco for £289.00???
Because I'm starting to think this is all a lie!
anyways let me know if you did manage to get your hands on this set, and not email sent saying its out of stock! lol
houston26
KEVIN6BZ
hotdealseeker
I wonder can it be used as a ultra big computer monitor? If so, will I still pay TV License whilst not watching TV.
Yes as it has a tuner receiver even though you won't be using it .
​just don't plug Aeriel in. my TV was checked and bloke just said that's fine. no way it would reach anyway.

Or just don't worry about it and shred all the letters from the TV license dept. That's what we do (we don't watch any live TV and feel no need to justify that to them).


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upersize your TV without having to pay a fortune, with the amazing value Hisense 65M5500 - 65" 4K TVs don't come cheaper! Big screen, small price At a price point where most 4K UHDTVs offer a screen
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Got the 5510 model and it's a great TV!
new model but same spec just silver bezel, ordered
it's the newer model I think .
5510 was posted a few days ago, is this better than that one?
This is in stock now just ordered don't know why someone has voted cold please look before voting cheers everyone☺
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Philips 55PFT6510 55inch Full HD 3D Smart TV with Android and Ambilight £450.49 argos/ebay

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Looks like a really nice Tv for money... 15% discount applied when added to basket
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Was thinking about taking the plunge this TV or http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue48h6400-48-led-full-hd-3d-smart-tv-422-99-free-delivery-ebuyer-possible-2484510
Extra size is nice and not worried about apps but want 3d and best pic any input appreciated
sam_of_london
No 4k or hdmi 2.0
So ?... any better 55inch Tv for same money ?
No 4k or hdmi 2.0
Andwoo
Is this one worth £200 more than the 48"?


​Exactly £170 more for extra 7 inches and 3D functionality makes it worth it over the 48" posted earlier.
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Andwoo
pavel76
Andwoo
pavel76
Andwoo
pavel76
Andwoo
pavel76
[quote=Andwoo] Is this one worth £200 more than the 48"?
What ?
The 48" version of this tv was posted earlier and is £200 cheaper than this deal
Link please ..?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-48pft5500-48-inch-full-hd-1080p-freeview-hd-smart-wifi-led-tv-black-for-2484211
Please check model nr next time ...before making any comments :)[/quote
Questions not allowed? Obnoxious tadger
What questions ?... You have stated this is the same model what 48inch posted earlier without any checks
Am certain you knew exactly the tv I meant as it's almost certainly how you came across your deal.

You're lovely aren't you - stop being a name calling juvenile.
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Just coming back here to say thanks OP. They briefly came back in stock and I picked on up for £283. Got it up on the wall yesterday and it's fantastic, absolute bargain. Thank you :)
Phillips tho !
Out of stock :(
No 4k at this price
captainbeaky
Gollywood

Its not a Vestel or UMC BUT its not made by Philips anymore ( name escapes me).
TP Vision - a subsidiary of Chinese company TPV Technology. Philips gave up making their own TVs a few years ago to concentrate on making nose trimmers.
And still make shavers. Just bought a 4K one shaves no better than my HD one.


Edited By: Bogart on Jul 23, 2016 11:23
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Praktica Universal ActionCam GoPro Kit £14.99 @ Argos

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Go Pro kit - looks like you get a chest harness and head strap!
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Stan Lee's Lucky Man Episode 1 for free

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Episode 1 free on Google play store
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agree with everyone else...right pile of s*#*
It only took a viewing of this episode when it first came out quite a while ago to realise it wasn't a good show. Still, it's free at the moment, which is about what it's worth.
cheers cockneygeezer got it
I want the waste of life back I gave this pill of pooh. Free is still to expensive. But no bad feeling toward poster.
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Does this have inbuilt wifi? Conflicting views out there.
HD ready? really...?
Free delivery also free tech support and 90 day return policy.
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LG 49UH610V 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR, Freeview HD & webOS - Black £494.10 delivered @ AO (After 10% off all LG TVs Code)

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_________________ *** Code: 10LGTV *** This looks like an awesome price for this model/spec 4k - Smart TV with HDR & 3 x HDMI and 1x USB This particular model is about £50 more elsewhere, but becaus…
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The reality with true all round full HDR functionality is that a TV will need to have the official Ultra HD Premium logo on it but you will have to pay a great premium for it.

However, there may be benefits of some partial HDR compatibility to improve picture quality but whether that will equate to something that a user can spot will likely be subject to much speculation.

Looking at the specs on the LG site it talks of HDR effect, which may well be marketing trickery to some degree.

I doubt that it will hurt not to have it fully implemented though and I would imagine that we are some time away from budget sets sporting the Ultra HD Premium logo.
The six month interest free credit on this deal could be an extra selling point
I would recommend 4K as video support is appearing on revisions of current-gen consoles within the next 6 months, and likely we'll see 4K gaming within 18 months. As one would expect the lifetime of this TV to exceed 18 months, it is worth future-proofing.

The HDR feature is not really indicative of display quality, it is merely software support for extra colour in the video codec profiles - where previously such displays would maximize their colour capability by stretching the contrast artificially (perhaps looking slightly unnatural in some scenes). For example, many "regular" Samsung & Sony 4K sets released in 2015 not marketed as HDR-ready have since received firmware updates to support HDR video.

It appears that the insanely expensive OLED TVs are the only way to truly experience HDR in a worthwhile manner as intended.

Also worth noting is that 4K is difficult to stream on most ADSL connections, often requiring fibre. So non-fibre users will most likely require the purchase of physical media.

desert
I am currently looking for a TV and I'm between this one and this sony I've seen;ao.com and use code "GET30" to get £30 off it making it £500.
Can anyone tell me what's best, I'm pretty clueless. I don't care if it's 4K or 1080p (or do I?)


Edited By: Visualise on Jul 21, 2016 22:39: edit
I am currently looking for a TV and I'm between this one and this sony I've seen;

ao.com and use code "GET30" to get £30 off it making it £500.

Can anyone tell me what's best, I'm pretty clueless. I don't care if it's 4K or 1080p (or do I?)
Visualise
Excellent. I wonder how a budget 4k HDR tv compares to a (grossly overpriced) non-hdr 4k oled with regards to shadows & vibrancy.


OLED TVs are the best mate buy and try. You won't go back to led lcd TVs
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You can get this for £1399 direct on their site, and you can go in and view the TV before you buy (luckily for me I work a few mins walk from their office).
For anyone interested in this deal, I contacted LG last month to ask if KC Sound and Vision were an authorised dealer as claimed, LG said they were and ALL warranty claims brought through KC are honoured by LG direct.

Hope that helps someone!
Second hand telly on flea bay for nearly 1500 quid? Worlds gone mad.
Hopefully this will go better than the other deal from this company.

I quite fancy one, but should probably wait a bit longer.
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Hisense H65M5500 65-Inch Widescreen 4K Smart LED TV with Freeview HD - Silver. £799.99 (- 0.0% APR for 12 months) @ Amazon

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In stock, great customer service from Amazon and 12 months 0% Apr! 4K Smart TV HEVC/VP9 Decoder 4K Upscaling Quad Core Processor, MEMC Enabled Freeview HD Amazon.co.uk Pay Monthly Pay Monthly lets y…
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alexmurphy01
just bought the H65M7000 on BT shop for 1000, apparently it has a few more features, so worth the extra if you find the above lacking.
It's £1090
just bought the H65M7000 on BT shop for 1000, apparently it has a few more features, so worth the extra if you find the above lacking.
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supplyuk
OLED is overrated, I sent my 65" back as was a problem with the optical port but the picture quality compared to my plasma was just barely better, sport was great on it but any SD CHANELS were not good. Just not worth the money
So what did you get, and stick with, if you sent back your oled?
I put my PLASMA back 55" Plasma back up, although I do miss the size, and the extra inches do make a difference, the picture quality is hardly any difference
Ive got a 50" LG plasma..which is great.
However I would like to upgrade to a decent 65" screen, at an affordable price.
I ve even looked at buying a projector.
I ll find something...eventually
Try the Epson projectors. The eh-tw6600 is amazing and even has image shift meaning you can put it nearly anywhere in the room unlike my eh-tw6100. The screen can go up to 300 inch. Does 3d 1080p and has great contrast and brightness. Epson 3d glasses are expensive but you can use Samsung 3d active glasses which I bought for £4 each from cex. Great reviews on them.
Thanks for that.
I ll look into that projector
http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/EPSO-EH-TW6600
Richer sounds has it cheaper than other places. I should've got it from cex for about £700. I'm kicking myself now :(
Am a little concerned about the 60htz refresh rate, wish they did better descriptions on amazon, picture 2 shows it has dvb s2 and t2 tuners used for freesat and freeview little more research may just buy it.
Where does it claim its oled? Just says LED.
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vidovitz
Too late, Ibrahimovic just bought it lol
who is Ibrahimovic?


Manchester united new signing on 250-+k a week
vidovitz
Too late, Ibrahimovic just bought it lol
who is Ibrahimovic?
Too late, Ibrahimovic just bought it lol
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cjhilton49
As Reliant Direct appear to be a bricks& mortar store is it worth a price match with John Lewis?
​So is richer sounds it has shops
but the Richer sounds is open box ie 2nd hand , Reliant item is new and hence might get a price match.
can only see 1 at £2999
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LG 55UF950V was £1799 now only £799
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Monkey nuts 2
Shows £1099 for me.
look under clearance section
Shows £1099 for me.