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JVC LT-55C760 55" Full HD 1080p Smart LCD TV with Freeview HD Black £399.00 from Currys / PCworld

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£399.00 @ PC World
Add code TV10 for 10%off. Technical specifications for JVC LT-55C760 Smart 55"LCD TV SCREEN Screen technology LED directlit Screen size 55" Resolution 1920 x 1080 PICTURE QUALITY Mo… Read More
Add code TV10 for 10%off. Technical specifications for JVC LT-55C760 Smart 55"LCD TV SCREEN Screen technology LED directlit Screen size 55" Resolution 1920 x 1080 PICTURE QUALITY Mo…
zed68 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago10 Comments
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sam_of_london
No one in their right mind should buy Full HD TV at this price £399. 4k is the standard now. Negative
Don't be silly, 4K is only going to make minimal difference at 55" for most viewing distances and a cheap TV like this is going to be dead long before things start assuming 4K is standard.
There's no reason to believe the marketing that you need 4K on a TV like this.
A fool and his money are soon parted.

You'd need to sit less than 7feet away from a 55" 4k TV to notice the difference in resolution from 1080p. Just saying.

Doesn't make this a particularly great deal though.
Shambles
freakstyler

Exact same TV (give or take) don't believe me? compare the rear pictures of both TV's.
Compare the number of USBs and the number of HDMIs.

I did say give or take.......
EndlessWaves
sam_of_london
No one in their right mind should buy Full HD TV at this price £399. 4k is the standard now. Negative

Don't be silly, 4K is only going to make minimal difference at 55" for most viewing distances and a cheap TV like this is going to be dead long before things start assuming 4K is standard.

There's no reason to believe the marketing that you need 4K on a TV like this.


A fool and his money are soon parted.
freakstyler

Exact same TV (give or take) don't believe me? compare the rear pictures of both TV's.

Compare the number of USBs and the number of HDMIs.
sam_of_london
No one in their right mind should buy Full HD TV at this price £399. 4k is the standard now. Negative

Don't be silly, 4K is only going to make minimal difference at 55" for most viewing distances and a cheap TV like this is going to be dead long before things start assuming 4K is standard.

There's no reason to believe the marketing that you need 4K on a TV like this.
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Panasonic TX-50DX700B 50inch SMART 4K HDR LED TV - Refurbished £429.99 Panasonic eBay Outlet

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£429.99 @ eBay
Officially Refurbished – 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty Read More
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pavel76 Avatar2w, 8h agoFound 2 weeks, 8 hours ago3 Comments
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great deal
what is so special about this? you pay this price for a refurb, not voted
ordered. Nice one. Very nearly bought one of these yesterday for £580
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Hisense 49" 4k H49M3000 49"HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD tv £339.00 @ AO

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Hisense H49M3000 49" Freeview HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD tv only 339 with code AOBGT30 Read More
Hisense H49M3000 49" Freeview HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD tv only 339 with code AOBGT30
Robbiecfc Avatar2w, 11h agoFound 2 weeks, 11 hours ago10 Comments
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use code MEGA30 deal is still live
Code expired but £369 still seems like a good price
dossdes
Are these any good for PlayStation gaming? I am looking to replace my Sony w805 42" tv (not for any particular reason and the Sony is working perfectly and games look awesome on it) but would love to play battlefield 1 in 4K

Heat for the price by the way ;)


I have the h40m3300 and 4K looks brilliant. Battlefield in particular is awesome!!!
annester
Price show as £369
Seems the code has expired.

Edited By: coolfi on Apr 16, 2017 00:36
Price show as £369
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Panasonic 58DX902B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart TV - John Lewis £1,599.98

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£1599.98 @ John Lewis
Includes 5 Year Guarantee Don't know much about TV's but the reviews are good and this is the cheapest I have seen since launch. What's your thoughts? Panasonic 58DX902B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D Read More
Includes 5 Year Guarantee Don't know much about TV's but the reviews are good and this is the cheapest I have seen since launch. What's your thoughts? Panasonic 58DX902B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D
Darrencampbelluk Avatar2w, 13h agoFound 2 weeks, 13 hours ago11 Comments
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sbn976
pedant99
sbn976
Saw this at Costco for £1200
Which branch?
Chingford

Thanks.
pedant99
sbn976
Saw this at Costco for £1200

Which branch?


Chingford
pedant99
sbn976
Saw this at Costco for £1200
Which branch?

Saw this at my Costco as well. Only display model left and I was offered £999 for it, which I declined given that the tv had probably been on for the best part of the last year.
sbn976
Saw this at Costco for £1200

Which branch?
biddilybah
pedant99
Slowly coming down in price as the 2017 models are about to buy the stands. Excellent reviews.
This will be the 2017 model too. ;)Click here

Thanks for the update. I had read that Panasonic were bringing out the 2017 range in Spring and foolishly assumed that the DX902 models would be replaced. DOH!
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Sony Bravia KDL-49WD751 49 inch Full HD Smart TV with Freeview, HDD Rec and USB Playback (2016 Model), £399.00 from amazon

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£399.00 @ Amazon
Lightning deal, it might help someone. Full HD resolution 1920 x 1080 • X-Reality Pro picture technology • Built in Wi-Fi Smart TV giving you access to selected catch-up TV Services as well as Ne… Read More
Lightning deal, it might help someone. Full HD resolution 1920 x 1080 • X-Reality Pro picture technology • Built in Wi-Fi Smart TV giving you access to selected catch-up TV Services as well as Ne…
zed68 Avatar2w, 13h agoFound 2 weeks, 13 hours ago4 Comments
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mayzi
Does 4k help at this sort of size?

It depends on your viewing distance, but for a lot of people the answer is no.
TesaoGostoso
Real shame it is not 4k
not really as its a good TV for people who don't pay for quality 4k feeds.
Real shame it is not 4k
Does 4k help at this sort of size?
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55" Samsung Curved TV KS9000 + Curved Soundbar 7500R (save £400) £1,599.00 @ Reliant Direct

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£1599.00 @ Reliantdirect
So far, this is the best price I could find. The TV alone is £1599 at John Lewis and around this price at most other outlets. Reliant Direct are doing the TV alone for £1289, which is also pretty good… Read More
So far, this is the best price I could find. The TV alone is £1599 at John Lewis and around this price at most other outlets. Reliant Direct are doing the TV alone for £1289, which is also pretty good…
ricoshay Avatar2w, 15h agoFound 2 weeks, 15 hours ago11 Comments
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BTW I VOTED COLD !!!!!!!!!!

TOUGH LUCK OP
Crampton and Moore have the UE55KS9000 curved for £1289 with free blue ray player plus I got John Lewis to price match.
shahidali47
well the point of this site correct me if I'm wrong most people look out for irresistible deals. exceptional bargains or must haves and great price points. this is typical deal if we were to post deals solely based on its cheaper than anywhere else method than this site would be flooded with big standard deals right?
Nope! Completely disagree. People have voted hot for non irresistible or exceptional bargains this is a deal, but just not for you.
EndlessWaves
The flat version of this is still £1300 with the sound bar isn't it? £300 is an awfully large premium for a curve

It is more than I'd like it to be too... I personally prefer the curved TV's. I have two 7 series TV's, one in the living room (curved) and one in the bedroom (flat). The viewing angles on the curved are far superior than the flat ones imo.

Also, the soundbars with most of the packages are the 6500 series with 2.1 surround sound (£300 value) whereas this is the only place I've seen offering the 7500 series with 4.1 surround (£450 value).
The flat version of this is still £1300 with the sound bar isn't it? £300 is an awfully large premium for a curve
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Digihome 49Inch Smart FULL HD tv reduced to 179.00 instore @ Tesco

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£179.00 @ Tesco Direct
found in tesco buttershaw bradford. had quite a few tv's to reduced to clear Read More
found in tesco buttershaw bradford. had quite a few tv's to reduced to clear
ahhbisto Avatar2w, 16h agoFound 2 weeks, 16 hours ago8 Comments
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ezzer72
chimp14uk
ahhbisto
ellie_shires
Was there many on the shelf ?
just 1 of them. they had a 24 inch for 74
So you had the only one?
Not much of a deal if there's none left.
Actually, it's a bit rubbish.
Yeah, with Tesco only having the one store in the UK and all that...


Enjoy the goose chase as per ALWAYS when it comes to these Tesco deals.
Negative. No 4k. Old model
donnyorourke
Not many Tesco stores open today (Easter Sunday) though! ;)
Plenty open in Scotland, There are no trading hours restrictions in Scotland over Easter unlike England and Wales.

Edited By: prettyflyguy on Apr 16, 2017 11:45
Not many Tesco stores open today (Easter Sunday) though! ;)
chimp14uk
ahhbisto
ellie_shires
Was there many on the shelf ?
just 1 of them. they had a 24 inch for 74
So you had the only one?
Not much of a deal if there's none left.
Actually, it's a bit rubbish.
Yeah, with Tesco only having the one store in the UK and all that...
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10% OFF ANY TELEVISION STAND @ Smiths TV

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Instructions:Enter code EGG10 at checkout for a discount on TV stands and you get 10% off the list price of any stand. Also received through email can be used on Radio as well.  
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Google Chromecast with Free delivery for £24.99 including free copy of Interstellar. @ Wuaki

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£24.99 @ Wuaki TV
Google Chromecast with Free delivery for £24.99 including free copy of Interstellar. Go to Wuaki here and buy Chromecast and Interstellar bundle for £24.99 which is cheaper than most places are chargi… Read More
Google Chromecast with Free delivery for £24.99 including free copy of Interstellar. Go to Wuaki here and buy Chromecast and Interstellar bundle for £24.99 which is cheaper than most places are chargi…
lollyfolk Avatar2w, 18h agoFound 2 weeks, 18 hours ago6 Comments
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this is easily better than the 4k deal especially if you don't want a 4k TV or don't think much of Pacific Rim.
Negative buy 4k model instead for little more.
Did notice that one, already posted on here! Posted due to different film, personally prefer it to Pacific Rim! Up to individuals if the £3 upgrade is worth it.
smelladeal
What`s WRONG with people? Why is this COLD? oO
I'm presuming it's due to company? Is Google Store not good enough? 1p cheaper than deals that are 200+ degrees & free delivery. A lot of these ChromeCast deals seem to be cold despite reasonable prices
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LG 49UH620V 49" Smart 4K HDR TV £419.00 @ Currys

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£419.00 @ Currys
Looks like a good price. Went hot on here 7 months ago at £499 so hopefully be of some use to someone! Curries offer finance options too if you wanted to take the deal price but don't have the cash… Read More
Looks like a good price. Went hot on here 7 months ago at £499 so hopefully be of some use to someone! Curries offer finance options too if you wanted to take the deal price but don't have the cash…
soggydoggy Avatar2w, 20h agoFound 2 weeks, 20 hours ago22 Comments
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3guesses
misterleoni
I was only basing my assertions on reading the entire thread from start to finish as I love following mis -prices like this and seeing what happened. Are you saying that most people who ordered got one then? That wasn't the impression I got but fair enough if I'm wrong. Personally need a bigger screen than this so I didn't try this one but fingers crossed something similar for a 49"+ TV appears soon! And well done on getting one.

So what exactly was the point you were trying to make?


Just that it wasn't a typical deal that everyone could get (as far as I could ascertain). No offence intended so I apologise
misterleoni
I was only basing my assertions on reading the entire thread from start to finish as I love following mis -prices like this and seeing what happened. Are you saying that most people who ordered got one then? That wasn't the impression I got but fair enough if I'm wrong. Personally need a bigger screen than this so I didn't try this one but fingers crossed something similar for a 49"+ TV appears soon! And well done on getting one.

So what exactly was the point you were trying to make?
I was only basing my assertions on reading the entire thread from start to finish as I love following mis -prices like this and seeing what happened. Are you saying that most people who ordered got one then? That wasn't the impression I got but fair enough if I'm wrong. Personally need a bigger screen than this so I didn't try this one but fingers crossed something similar for a 49"+ TV appears soon! And well done on getting one.
3guesses
misterleoni
Those people who got them were exclusively people who visited the store and got lucky. There would have been an element of banter and charm involved in such an acquisition, as well as the risk that it wouldn't work (which it didn't in most cases). The fact that it would also have varied depending on where you lived means that I would struggle to consider that situation a 'deal' because the likelihood of a good outcome was so chaotic. Kudos to those who got one though as it was a real bargain for them!

Good to see lots of well-evidenced assertions there, and not simply a case of sour grapes.


Not sour grapes here, just pointing out that it wasn't something everyone could have bought or 'achieved'. If it were sour grapes why would I congratulate people on getting one? Personally I think it's great when people get a good deal, and I applaud those savvy enough to do it if it takes a bit of work, or a bit of bargaining. Not sure why you seem to resent my comment so much, as I was only pointing out that it wasn't a typical 'deal' in my eyes.
misterleoni
Those people who got them were exclusively people who visited the store and got lucky. There would have been an element of banter and charm involved in such an acquisition, as well as the risk that it wouldn't work (which it didn't in most cases). The fact that it would also have varied depending on where you lived means that I would struggle to consider that situation a 'deal' because the likelihood of a good outcome was so chaotic. Kudos to those who got one though as it was a real bargain for them!

Good to see lots of well-evidenced assertions there, and not simply a case of sour grapes.
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NOW TV Box With 2 Month Movie Pass £9.85 Delivered @ Shopto

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£9.85 @ ShopTo
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oUkTuRkEyIII Avatar2w, 21h agoFound 2 weeks, 21 hours ago9 Comments
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Good deal bud this is the one I ordered, hope there's a movie I haven't seen oO
nathan3007
QMish
Both have been posted! The other is in description :)
If you check the 'rules' if it ain't in the title a separate post is allowed
Well no one follows rule here to be honest...I don't mind if I see 10 of the same deals posted again...it's just a deal...not like we r getting rewarded...just helping out each other to save some money. Good for those who have missed the last one :)

Edited By: QMish on Apr 15, 2017 14:23
Good deal Turk !
QMish
Both have been posted! The other is in description :)


If you check the 'rules' if it ain't in the title a separate post is allowed
Heat added dude. I'll never post Now Tv deals myself, lol.
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Now TV Box + 3 Month Entertainment Pass £9.85 Delivered @ ShopTo

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Now TV Box with 3 Month Entertainment Pass Cheapest I've ever seen it at ShopTo, brand new and delivery included Also available with 2 month movies for the same price: http://www.shopto.net/elec… Read More
Now TV Box with 3 Month Entertainment Pass Cheapest I've ever seen it at ShopTo, brand new and delivery included Also available with 2 month movies for the same price: http://www.shopto.net/elec…
tomj17 Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago79 Comments
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bigsofty
spannerzone
shaddow
Cold. No plex.
That's rather mean! - this is a device that has 3 months entertainment and the hardware for under £10 and sideloading was only ever a nice to have and should never have been considered a permanent optional feature
It's just Sky, PPV via the internet... no idea why Sky is hiding it's name on this thing. Netflix is 10x better IMHO(and no ads).


Netflix doesn't really have the high profile movies that Now TV has or the box sets of high profile network TV shows. Netflix is great but they offer completely different things.
spannerzone
shaddow
Cold. No plex.
That's rather mean! - this is a device that has 3 months entertainment and the hardware for under £10 and sideloading was only ever a nice to have and should never have been considered a permanent optional feature
It's just Sky, PPV via the internet... no idea why Sky is hiding it's name on this thing. Netflix is 10x better IMHO(and no ads).
Seems to be out of stock now.
What a sick deal!
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Sony KD-43X8305C 43 inch Smart 4K UltraHD TV £399.00 (prime) @ Amazon

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4K Processor X1: Whatever you watch is boosted to near 4K Ultra HD clarity with higher colour and contrast Android TV: All the personalisation, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone on th… Read More
4K Processor X1: Whatever you watch is boosted to near 4K Ultra HD clarity with higher colour and contrast Android TV: All the personalisation, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone on th…
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While this is a good price in theory, any potential buyer should be aware that this model is plagued with problems. I would avoid personally, it's cheep for a reason.
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I have this TV (well the 09c variant, only diff is motionflow is 1000hz, negligible) and i have been super surprised with how good it's been. i paid £600 in august last year and it has been worth every penny. The android system, while not necessarily the fastest (not sluggish though) is by far the most versatile. I've got 2 Samsung's smarts in the house and one lg and another cheapo linsar smart TV and this outshines them all by a million. wireless display from Windows 10/kodi installable from apostore/VLC media player available straight from apostore. let's you connect a ps4 controller to play silly android games on it. Ability to cast and play Spotify while the TV is "off" . 2 usb 2 slots and 1 usb3. You view built in which is fantastic for catchup makes it so simple, you normally have to buy a youview box to get that. "Chromecast built in" functionality.
I've recommended this deal to everyone i know looking for a TV and I've bought one for my mum

Edited By: wackymaky on Apr 15, 2017 23:31: omitted words
mattturner756
Sharpharp
gunner786
Whats the warranty on this?
My answer would be "much needed"....... you will be calling out Sony every 6 months for a failed DPS board, where they replace it with the same suspect part and low and behold several months later, another call out.
Be warned, Sony Quality Control has nose dived, one look on the Sony forums will tell you all you need to know
Had the 50' for nearly a year and literally no problems whatsoever. Was an amazon return model as well.
Man, a 50 foot TV? Would love to see Stone'enge on that!
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49" Samsung KS8000 HDR 10bit TV, 6 Year Guarantee & UBD-K8500 Ultra HD 4K Player - £999.00 @ Richer Sounds (C&C)

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Been looking around for one of these TV's for a while and came across this cracking deal. Yes I fully understand the new one is due out soon hence the price crash but it's still cheap for what is curr… Read More
Been looking around for one of these TV's for a while and came across this cracking deal. Yes I fully understand the new one is due out soon hence the price crash but it's still cheap for what is curr…
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TK42
jonboyuk
The motion processing is better in the 8000, deeper blacks and has more local dimming zones. Also the speakers are far far better! It has dual tuners too. It took a while to find this info though. oh and the stand is much sexier (imo). Oh and i have this 8000 at 49 and the 4k is not wasted (compared side by side with a 50" 1080p set.


What's SD like on this compared to the 1080p set?


Sd is crap on all sets, it's a crap picture being fed to it.

I have this 55 inch I paid £1450 for it. Mint, the stand and speakers are class compared to my last few samsungs. Hd is class and 4K. Use avforums YouTube video calibration settings for best picture


Guess it's even more crap on a 4K set.
TK42
jonboyuk
The motion processing is better in the 8000, deeper blacks and has more local dimming zones. Also the speakers are far far better! It has dual tuners too. It took a while to find this info though. oh and the stand is much sexier (imo). Oh and i have this 8000 at 49 and the 4k is not wasted (compared side by side with a 50" 1080p set.


What's SD like on this compared to the 1080p set?


Sd is crap on all sets, it's a crap picture being fed to it.

I have this 55 inch I paid £1450 for it. Mint, the stand and speakers are class compared to my last few samsungs. Hd is class and 4K. Use avforums YouTube video calibration settings for best picture
moneybanks14
neroneuk
moneybanks14
Paid £550 for a brand new one about 6 weeks back.. amazing tv!!
link please

No link.. only face to face purchase ;)


Sounds legit.
neroneuk
moneybanks14
Paid £550 for a brand new one about 6 weeks back.. amazing tv!!
link please

No link.. only face to face purchase ;)
If just want the telly £939 Co-op with £60 off 600 spend with code EAS60 https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-audio/tvs/led-tvs/samsung-ue49ks8000-silver-49inch-4k-ultra-hd-tv-with-quantum-dot-colour-sam-led-ue49ks8000-s/

Edited By: mattjames1980 on Apr 16, 2017 18:02
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Samsung UE55KS7000 Flat SUHD TV With Quantum Dot Display. £839.00 @ John Lewis (price-match with Crampton & Moore)

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Just bought this set in John Lewis for £839. Marked up as £899 but John Lewis will price match Crampton and Moore. Great set at a good price. End of line so probably not available for too much longer.… Read More
Just bought this set in John Lewis for £839. Marked up as £899 but John Lewis will price match Crampton and Moore. Great set at a good price. End of line so probably not available for too much longer.…
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Back up to £899 in Crampton and Moore and now out of stock, glad I got on this when I did. :)
My local had no stock. Submitted the price match request again and this time they accepted it so placed the order. Due to be delivered next Saturday! Thanks op! :D
if you don't have a JL store by you I would try ringing them and see if they will price match and take order over the phone.
John Lewis just rejected the online price match request. WTF? Does anyone have screenshots of them accepting it so I can argue my case?
Tv great. Be very carefull taking it out of the box. Follow the instructions and lie it down flat before sliding out. The packaging makes it a very tight fit and the television is very thin.
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Now TV box with 4 month Movies or 6 Months Entertainment @ Tesco Direct for £20.00

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£20.00 @ Tesco Direct
Only posting this for those that want it from Tesco or if Argos is out of stock. Same as the Argos deal etc etc by ACEACE posted here. Only difference is Tesco have the Now TV for £20, whereas it Read More
Only posting this for those that want it from Tesco or if Argos is out of stock. Same as the Argos deal etc etc by ACEACE posted here. Only difference is Tesco have the Now TV for £20, whereas it
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Thanks OP, just ordered one using Clubcard vouchers :D
Thanks for the the replies
pajast
Agharta
chumpyuk
Do these have an expiry date on the code that come with the box?
Yes, but it's usually about a year unless old stock and you can use online chat to ask Now TV to give you the expiry date.
I've had many expired codes from passes that came with boxes. Customer service via the web chat have given me new codes every time.
Same here, they are very helpful.
Spare box and another six month's subs. Happy days.
Agharta
chumpyuk
Do these have an expiry date on the code that come with the box?
Yes, but it's usually about a year unless old stock and you can use online chat to ask Now TV to give you the expiry date.


I've had many expired codes from passes that came with boxes. Customer service via the web chat have given me new codes every time.
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LG 43UH610V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" with Freeview HD - £369.00 @ John Lewis

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£369.00 @ John Lewis
Been on the look out a new 43 inch telly for a while, been tempted by a few deals, this is a "mega deal" according to Currys, but £10 cheaper at John Lewis with 5 year guarantee. LG’s eye-popping C… Read More
Been on the look out a new 43 inch telly for a while, been tempted by a few deals, this is a "mega deal" according to Currys, but £10 cheaper at John Lewis with 5 year guarantee. LG’s eye-popping C…
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Hi.Now is 399£.
gazman090970
TH71
Excuse me for possible thickness, but how do you tell if a 4k TV has a RGBW panel
Ta:)
Only LG use this type of panel and then only on entry level sets most of the UH 6 range use the RGBW panel.
Just to clarify, only the IPS screens, the mva panel is a genuine 4k one.
TH71
Excuse me for possible thickness, but how do you tell if a 4k TV has a RGBW panel
Ta:)

You can take a picture of the screen whilst it's displaying a full white image if you're looking at TVs in stores (if you have a decent camera), you'll notice that after the red, green and blue sub-pixel there's a fourth white sub-pixel, you'll be able to tell if the panel is IPS or a VA as well. But generally most of the LGs starting with a 6 are RGBW.

There's a good site here to check as well. Scroll down past the Vertical viewing angle and if there's a bit added it will mention the RGBW structure.
TH71
Excuse me for possible thickness, but how do you tell if a 4k TV has a RGBW panel
Ta:)

Only LG use this type of panel and then only on entry level sets most of the UH 6 range use the RGBW panel.
Excuse me for possible thickness, but how do you tell if a 4k TV has a RGBW panel

Ta:)
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Now TV - 20% off Sky Sports Day Pass

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PS4 PRO 1TB with Horizon Zero Dawn, InFamous Second Son and 2Month Now TV Pass - £349.99 @ Game

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Best bundled price yet from any retailer? .. I think so :{ Read More
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bigmike20vt
hi
my ps4pro arrived however i cant find my now tv pas, also my recipt is only for..... iirc around £332 but i paid £350
has anyone had similar?
thanks

Despite the heat this post received you are the only one who actually confirmed ordering! Can only think to suggest contacting Game - maybe they emailed the NowTV pass details? Maybe they refunded £18 'cos they don't have any passes!? I do not know sorry. :(
hi
my ps4pro arrived however i cant find my now tv pas, also my recipt is only for..... iirc around £332 but i paid £350

has anyone had similar?

edit found nowtv pass. game guy i spoke too had no idea why my recipt was wrong... he suggested it was vat, but unless my maths are way off that is not it. oh well....

thanks

Edited By: bigmike20vt on Apr 20, 2017 11:54: ,
Hi
ordered this over the weekend and still showing as undelivered at game. are they not meant to get it shipped same day if ordered before 1pm?

i know there is still time, just wondering if anyone had their easter weekend order updated to shipped yet?
thanks

Edit updated to shipped now

Edited By: bigmike20vt on Apr 18, 2017 22:34: ...
also, the digital foundry article was written before boost mode was rolled out - might be a factor?
Snakeyes646
Marcoos
Well worth getting the Pro to fully unleash the power of PSVR
Really? all my pals that go the psvr have since sold it, was looking forward to psvr myself but couldn't afford it after having to buy a new ps4 as my older model broke.
Think id rather keep the slim and put the cash towards a scorpio tbh.

Yes really, as others have pointed out VR is improved with the Pro, I certainly see a difference in a number of games
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Sony Bravia KD50SD8005 50 inch Curved Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now (2016 Model) - Black [Energy Class a] £660.00 Free delivery @ Amazon

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What's this x-reality pro?? Does this make SD look HD and HD look 4K?? I know it won't be better then if those were made in that quality but still it sounds impressive. I'm after a good SD to HD as the SD channels currently look way to pixelated on my current tv.

It's just a marketing term for some form of image processing. Which one doesn't matter a great deal as manufacturers are often not consistent in their use of the terms anyway.

Sony do seem to be pretty good in that area, although it's really something you have to decide on for yourself. I don't think any of the 4K TVs do a really good job with SD channels yet, there isn't the years of refinement the Full HD scalers have had.
Damn, added this to my basket earlier and now just came back to order it and they're all gone. :(
I got this tv last Saturday as a stop gap till sonys a1 oled comes out. it's really good in every way.it only got released in September 2016. The picture quality really good. Kodi works a treat on it too and the PS4 really good. It's still retails at £1200 on sonys website.
What's this x-reality pro?? Does this make SD look HD and HD look 4K?? I know it won't be better then if those were made in that quality but still it sounds impressive. I'm after a good SD to HD as the SD channels currently look way to pixelated on my current tv.
Good price for the curved version of the XD80, although as always at this price the HDR ability is minimal.
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ARGOS LG OLED55B6V 55 inch Ultra HD Smart OLED TV and FREE LG SH7 SOUNDBAR - £1,529.10

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Love these deals, was on at John Lewis as well, not that i wanted the tv, but meant i could pick up a brand new sh7 soundbar for £130 on gumtree with the JL warranty included.... works very well paired with my echo dot :)
looks good
HeyPablo
Andboy
HeyPablo
andybarnes
This would make the 65 around £2520? That's a great deal.
Nice. Just bought the 65" B6V for £2,429 using the TV10 code down from £2,699
That code has expired. Only TV related code I'm aware of is the £100 for over £1499.
TV10 was active as of a couple of hours ago when I bought the TV: -http://tinypic.com/r/15s3k80/9

My apologies, I thought this was the Currys deal and they had the same code which has expired - it tells you if you try to use it. That code is still active on Argos.
Andboy
HeyPablo
andybarnes
This would make the 65 around £2520? That's a great deal.
Nice. Just bought the 65" B6V for £2,429 using the TV10 code down from £2,699
That code has expired. Only TV related code I'm aware of is the £100 for over £1499.

TV10 was active as of a couple of hours ago when I bought the TV: -

http://tinypic.com/r/15s3k80/9
HeyPablo
andybarnes
This would make the 65 around £2520? That's a great deal.
Nice. Just bought the 65" B6V for £2,429 using the TV10 code down from £2,699

That code has expired. Only TV related code I'm aware of is the £100 for over £1499.
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Edimax CV-7438nDM N600 Dual-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Entertainment Bridge for Smart TV, Blu-ray, Gaming & Music Streaming, for £18.79, was £50.99, saving £32.20 (63%), at Amazon Dispatched from and sold by UK Surplus Central Ltd

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Got one of these and fits my needs perfectly, faster wifi speeds to all my devices under the tv

Glad to hear your positive feedback/usage on this Device still. :-)
Got one of these and fits my needs perfectly, faster wifi speeds to all my devices under the tv
i tried one one of these, rubbish tbh. The android apps which were recommended to use for streaming were flaky, most times not finding the device on WiFi. It's not cool but looks like a mixture between an ugly shoe and a horn. I bought a Google Chromecast audio after this which is so good I now have 3. They just work and are tiny so can be hidden. I would avoid the edimax here.
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nickeva
Would the Vodafone Advantage 30% discount be applicable to this Deal?

Unfortunately not... Tried earlier and called them. Only one discount can be applied at one time. They said they could take off the discount and add the VAD, but you'll be worse off.
Would the Vodafone Advantage 30% discount be applicable to this Deal?
acemelhaz
with mobiles.co.uk do you get the new global roaming the same as direct from voda


It's the exact same contract.
poisondwarf
gravy_davey
Go to mobiles co uk and can get this for £9.99 after cash back.

Can you really?
Exactly the same deal as on here?


Yes
rohits
gravy_davey
Go to mobiles co uk and can get this for £9.99 after cash back.
you have to send receipts for cash back.....what a hassle


Takes under a minute to do.
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Samsung UE55KU6400 55 Inch Ultra HD, Smart, Freeview HD, 4k LED TV £629.99 at Very

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i can get this for just over £570 delivered with a discount from Very but i really want a 65" TV.
I'm presuming that if a TV broke down inside 5 years, John Lewis would do all the running for you, rather than you having to chase the manufacturer yourself.
The reason John Lewis and others do 5 years is they know that consumer have rights so it looks good to those customers who aren't aware of them rights
Bird68
Yeah, I imagine if the TV broke after the first year, Very would say tough luck. I understand that there's a 2 year EU thing, but I've never looked into and suspect there would be a fair bit of hoop-jumping? As for 5 years, I've no idea.

My last 4 Samsungs have been sold on after 5 or 6 years as I wanted new tellys and none broke so unlikely from experience you need an extended guarantee although...
Consumer rights say a product should be fit for purpose

Clearly TVs aren't only meant to last a year or even 3.. should last 6 / 7 years so easily to claim it's faulty

I've done it with all sorts over years and always been sorted out

Currys refunded me for a 3 year old oven that broke in my tenants house

Didn't even quibble
Yeah, I imagine if the TV broke after the first year, Very would say tough luck. I understand that there's a 2 year EU thing, but I've never looked into and suspect there would be a fair bit of hoop-jumping? As for 5 years, I've no idea.
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Does anyone know when Hisense release new tv's? which month?

Narrowed it down to 2 models below, not sure which I'll get yet.

Hisense H8D Series £449.00

• 50, inch screen
• $549
• HDR compatible
• Direct-lit local dimming
• 60 Hz refresh rates
• 4K resolution
##
Hisense R6 Series

• 4K Roku TVs with Roku OS
• 43, 50, £299 and £349
• $399, $449,
• HDR10 compatible
coolcraig999
for me the ultra hd is supposed to be 4x better than hd , no way not on my set anyway..could i be doing something wrong?

Buying a cheap 4k TV, feeding it 1080i/1080p junk upscaled 4x and pretending that's 4k?
I suspect that could put a blemish on things.
1616french
kezno4
£399 with very but if u get have 20% of takes it to £326. (£6.99 postage)


its only 10% for electrical items if you're a new customer...20% on anything else.


offered me 20% on everything at the check out
rickinyorkshire
£399.00 now.

Could always get the 49" if you don't mind losing an inch...wait no that's the M3000.

Edited By: Trueogre on Apr 13, 2017 22:36
for me the ultra hd is supposed to be 4x better than hd , no way not on my set anyway..could i be doing something wrong?
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LG 49UH610V 49 Inch Web OS SMART 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR - £419.00 @ Argos

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Aside from the price, what's the difference between this and the 650v for £499


Just wondering as with discount the 650v is only about £30 more. Wondered if it is worth the extra.
Aside from the price, what's the difference between this and the 650v for £499
picked this up for 319 from pc world this morning. assumed it was a pricing error as the price changed a few mins after reserving it.
I think the 620v is identical, likely a Currys product number to prevent price matching. Nice deal either way but you get £10 back with argos.
vassy4u
Collected mine for £319 from Currys. It's the 620v model
Ok... Speak to you again soon.
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maani12
Code not working for me :(
Code is working now

amir
Code working but charging £5 p+p
My wife ordered a top and paid just £1 postage... It must depend on what you order
goonertillidie
QMish
Where do you put the code can't see it...oO or maybe I'm half asleep!
At basket, right handside iirc
Thank you...just ordered had to only pay postage :)
QMish
Where do you put the code can't see it...oO or maybe I'm half asleep!

At basket, right handside iirc
amir
Code working but charging £5 p+p

It depends what you order, some are lower than others, from £1.99 :)
Where do you put the code can't see it...oO or maybe I'm half asleep!
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Thanks. Think I'm going with the Hisense M7000 or the LG one. I wanted to get one with HDR.

Almost all of them have HDR these days, I'm tempted to get the LG and cancel the Samsung as it's 8 bit panel. The LG is 8 bit too but uses Frame rate control to offer 10 bit experience, also supports dolby digital vision which is another type of hdr10....bit like the Blu Ray/ HD DVD battle, some brands supporting HDR10 some supporting DDV, LG supports both.



Edited By: Gilmanez on Apr 15, 2017 11:01
Gilmanez
Jay080286
Gilmanez
Almost bought the 49" version of this on very with their 10% off. Read some reviews which says backlighting is poor in a dark room few videos on YouTube showing, not sure if this has been fixed since with an update although people were saying if you turn backlight off this fixed it. Ended up paying an extra £100 for the sake of a 50" Samsung 10 bit panel instead.
Which Samsung model did you get?
Sorry just seen this, it's not here yet but the Samsung 50" MU6100 it was the same price but no reviews as it's a 2017 model. Unsure kinda wanted this one. Read some other bits and if you turn local dimming off the LG seems fine apparently.http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uh7700

Thanks.

Think I'm going with the Hisense M7000 or the LG one. I wanted to get one with HDR.
MaximusRo

Yes
Jay080286
Gilmanez
Almost bought the 49" version of this on very with their 10% off. Read some reviews which says backlighting is poor in a dark room few videos on YouTube showing, not sure if this has been fixed since with an update although people were saying if you turn backlight off this fixed it. Ended up paying an extra £100 for the sake of a 50" Samsung 10 bit panel instead.
Which Samsung model did you get?

Sorry just seen this, it's not here yet but the Samsung 50" MU6100....turns out it's not a 10 bit :( it was the same price but no reviews as it's a 2017 model. Unsure kinda wanted this one. Read some other bits and if you turn local dimming off the LG seems fine apparently and the remote is cool.

http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uh7700

Edited By: Gilmanez on Apr 15, 2017 10:47
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Does it have Bluetooth? Some sites say yes, some say no, so pretty confused
John Lewis have price patched this.. worth it?
Use promo code SPORTS100 at checkout to receive 100 Pounds discount :) so now even better £599

be aware these use a 60Hz panel and have motion judder on some sources.
jack188817
collectorcol
Jinkz
Not 10bit, not for me, but might be for other people, just pointing that out.
The LG 55UH770V is 10 bit but gets poor reviews. Is 10 bit the be all?


In my opinion it's not worth the extra £4-600.

Minimal difference

4k 10 bit > 4k 8 bit >>> 1080p >>>>> 720p.

I can't tell the difference between a 10 and 8 bit panel. In my opinion paying the extra for 8 bit is a waste of money


Do you mean paying the extra for 10 bit?
collectorcol
Jinkz
Not 10bit, not for me, but might be for other people, just pointing that out.
The LG 55UH770V is 10 bit but gets poor reviews. Is 10 bit the be all?


In my opinion it's not worth the extra £4-600.

Minimal difference

4k 10 bit > 4k 8 bit >>> 1080p >>>>> 720p.

I can't tell the difference between a 10 and 8 bit panel. In my opinion paying the extra for 8 bit is a waste of money
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anyone else getting motion blur when watching a blu ray on the cinema picture setting?
Tallyho
JayITFC
Anyone found a preferred viewing mode or settings for best picture settings?

I have been tweaking with HDR ( medium ) & ISF Dark Room, both look great.

What an utter bargain this was for those who got it.


Can't believe I actually didn't get one myself now I'm stuck with no bargain TV available to buy
That's right fellas, rub it in!!:(
ordered and picked it up thursday, great tv at a fantastic price, thanks Anon
JayITFC
Anyone found a preferred viewing mode or settings for best picture settings?

I have been tweaking with HDR ( medium ) & ISF Dark Room, both look great.

What an utter bargain this was for those who got it.
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despite all the cold, I ordered, thanks, best price around
This link might me helpful/useful to some:

https://www.engadget.com/2017/03/16/now-tv-update-kills-plex/
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amour3k
stec77
Why is their still Plex for now TV on eBay? Also how much memory is there for pausing TV?
Those currently on ebay will be the NOW TV Boxes which were 'current' as of x-months back, x-months back PRIOR to SKY using their OTA (Over The Air) software update to disable 'plex-feature' capabilities via the NOW TV Boxes Developer Mode Console, etc etc?.
New NOW TV Boxes that are now bought, and are then notably 'updated', will automatically have this/that feature omitted from them?, so ..... :-(
Hopefully some day, somewhere, someone will come up with a notable workaround for it, or whatever ?. :-)
I've got a smart now tv box that I bought at around Christmas time. Will this have a higher value than the new ones? I've never had it connected yet.

NOPE!, the Smart NOW TV Box you bought around Christmas is way superior to that of any of SKY's previous NOW TV 'offerings' (which is also same as that of the OP's current Deal). :-)

Be assured that of the 3 NOW TV Boxes floating about out there?, you have the better Animal!! (aka, the OP's Smart NOW TV Box). :-)

I would STILL buy the NOW TV Box in this OP's Deal though:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/now-tv-box-3-month-entertainment-pass-9-85-delivered-shopto-2665336

As Monthly NOW TV Movie/Cinema Passes for ONLY 1 Month, are £9.99 alone?! (and you are effectively being literally being given 2 Months here?, and NOT just 1 Month, etc etc etc ..... )

Incidentally, my above link is kinda also the NOW TV Box to which I loosely referenced to earlier also. :-)
amour3k
stec77
Why is their still Plex for now TV on eBay? Also how much memory is there for pausing TV?
Those currently on ebay will be the NOW TV Boxes which were 'current' as of x-months back, x-months back PRIOR to SKY using their OTA (Over The Air) software update to disable 'plex-feature' capabilities via the NOW TV Boxes Developer Mode Console, etc etc?.
New NOW TV Boxes that are now bought, and are then notably 'updated', will automatically have this/that feature omitted from them?, so ..... :-(
Hopefully some day, somewhere, someone will come up with a notable workaround for it, or whatever ?. :-)

I've got a smart now tv box that I bought at around Christmas time. Will this have a higher value than the new ones? I've never had it connected yet.
stec77
Why is their still Plex for now TV on eBay? Also how much memory is there for pausing TV?

Those currently on ebay will be the NOW TV Boxes which were 'current' as of x-months back, x-months back PRIOR to SKY using their OTA (Over The Air) software update to disable 'plex-feature' capabilities via the NOW TV Boxes Developer Mode Console, etc etc?.

New NOW TV Boxes that are now bought, and are then notably 'updated', will automatically have this/that feature omitted from them?, so ..... :-(

Hopefully some day, somewhere, someone will come up with a notable workaround for it, or whatever ?. :-)
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They sold like hot cakes! 8 yesterday before I ordered mine. None sold since so 7 left when I put this post on and now they've all gone!
Gutted already oos
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LG 49UH610V ultra HD Smart tv 49 inch £419.00 @ Amazon

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Newer model for same price at currys/pcworld. As far as I can tell only difference is better hdr and slightly better eco results and a different stand!

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-audio/televisions/televisions/lg-49uh620v-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-49-led-tv-10144772-pdt.html
bolt1983
Perfect harmony between ULTRA HD 4K Resolution and HDR technologies generates an incredibly rich and vibrant visuals.
ULTRA HD 4K resolution is four times that of Full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close.
True Black Panel, an anti-glare film within the panel reduces reflection rate by scattering harsh lights across the screen. This allows you to see new depths of darkness in your entertainment.
When something is shown in HDR there is a dynamic range on display that is closer to the huge range of colours and shades that your eye can process. HDR gives your eye more to see, sun glistens off water, stars shine brighter in the sky, the lights of the city glow stronger at night.
Stream 4K UHD programmes from your favourite providers thanks to advanced HEVC decoding technology. 4K UHD content available exclusively through Smart TV webOS from selected providers only. Minimum standard of internet connection and subscription may be required.
Of course and Brexit will deliver weekly savings of £350m......
Perfect harmony between ULTRA HD 4K Resolution and HDR technologies generates an incredibly rich and vibrant visuals.
ULTRA HD 4K resolution is four times that of Full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close.
True Black Panel, an anti-glare film within the panel reduces reflection rate by scattering harsh lights across the screen. This allows you to see new depths of darkness in your entertainment.
When something is shown in HDR there is a dynamic range on display that is closer to the huge range of colours and shades that your eye can process. HDR gives your eye more to see, sun glistens off water, stars shine brighter in the sky, the lights of the city glow stronger at night.
Stream 4K UHD programmes from your favourite providers thanks to advanced HEVC decoding technology. 4K UHD content available exclusively through Smart TV webOS from selected providers only. Minimum standard of internet connection and subscription may be required.
is it hdr for PS4 pro as I'm after a new TV but not to expensive
Same price at Argos but you get a £10 voucher when you spend over £100
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Hisense H55M7000 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD ULED TV - price matched by JL with 5 year warranty - £599.00 @ PRC Direct

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Gilmanez
Tv any good? Looking for playing movies and xbox one s.

Yes the cold here doesn't do it justice, here's the original thread with the 65" deal:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hisense-65m7000-10-panel-uled-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-65-with-freeview-hd-ultra-2659880
Tv any good? Looking for playing movies and xbox one s.
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t1nt1n
collectorcol
As discussed, and confirmed, on the PRC thread...
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Anyone who read the PCR thread knows JL will price match making this post useless.
Ah, okay. Thanks for the reply.
t1nt1n
collectorcol
As discussed, and confirmed, on the PRC thread...
Cold.
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Anyone who read the PCR thread knows JL will price match making this post useless.
collectorcol
As discussed, and confirmed, on the PRC thread...
Cold.
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A Guide to Buy Good and Cheap TVs

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

From Cathode Ray Tubes to Smart TVs

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

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

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

Flat Screen TV

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

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

Different Types of Television Sets

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

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

TV Compact Buying Guide

Getting Your Head Round the TV Specs

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

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

Size Matters: How Big To Buy a TV?

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

Curved screen

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

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

TV Sets For Gamers and Movie Buffs

4k Ultra HD

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

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

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

Pros and Cons of the Most-wanted TVs

4K Ultra HD Pros

  • Lively Colours
  • Enormous clarity and detail in pictures

4K Ultra HD Cons

  • Expensive

 

OLED Pros

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

OLED Cons

  • Expensive
  • Restricted OLED-lifetime

 

LED Pros

  • Energy efficient
  • True blacks
  • Thin and lightweight

LED Cons

  • Limited viewing angle


LCD Pros

  • High Brightness

LCD Cons

  • Limited viewing angle
  • Limited brightness
  • Poor blacks


Plasma Pros

  • High Contrast
  • Deep black

Plasma Cons

  • Production is shifted to OLED TVs

 

4K UHD TV vs. 1080 p HD TV

Accessorise Your TV Experience

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

Smart apps streaming

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

Cheap TV Deals: Sales and Shopping Events

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

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

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

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

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