Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
LG 65UM7400PLB 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant £504 ebay / cramptonandmoore
235° Expired

LG 65UM7400PLB 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant £504 ebay / cramptonandmoore

£504£57913%eBay Deals
12
Posted 3rd FebEdited by:"Hotnotspicy"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

The LG 65UM7400PLB 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV has an IPS 4K display so you can watch your favourite shows in vibrant details and vivid colours. Take in the beauty of nature with BBC's latest documentary series, or switch on a blockbuster, and see how even fantastical characters look clear and realistic.

4K Active HDR


The UM7400 takes HDR even further with adaptable advanced HDR which adjusts each image so you always get the best contrast and the richest colours. Even older favourites get upgraded to the HDR levels – classic dramas never looked so good.

Smart webOS

There's always something on TV with the UM7400. LG's webOS is packed with apps to keep everyone happy. Catch that must-see comedy series from Channel 4, settle down for a Netflix boxset bonanza in 4K, or rent a movie from the Sky Store.

And with Freeview Play you can leap right in from the TV guide. Catch up on anything you might have missed by scrolling back through the week.

ThinQ and Google Assistant


If you get yourself an LG Magic Remote (sold seperately) you can talk to your TV and use voice commands to do all sorts of exciting controls. ThinQ AI makes finding something to watch a little easier. Ask your TV to play a film on Netflix, switch on the news, or turn up the volume.

And with Google Assistant you can do even more. Check your calendar, get weather info, and much more. All you need to do is ask
Community Updates
Just been reduced further £569 - 14% PAMPER14 code making the new price £494 delivered!!

Groups

12 Comments
Maybe stick LG at the front of the title?
Has anyone any recommendations on this set???
2019 Magic Remote Control AN-MR19BA
£24.99 at AMAZON
£26+ ON EBAY
I can't make up my mind on this or the Hisense 65B7500... Any advice guys?
chrisbluebird05/02/2020 18:23

I can't make up my mind on this or the Hisense 65B7500... Any advice guys?


I'm in the same boat. I was going to go for the Hisense but loads of complaints about lipsync issues which Hisense are aware of and apparently there is a fix in the works.

However I'd rather buy something that doesn't have any major issues than something that MIGHT get them fixed so am leaning towards the LG.

Any comments/advice welcome.
Snosh05/02/2020 21:14

I'm in the same boat. I was going to go for the Hisense but loads of …I'm in the same boat. I was going to go for the Hisense but loads of complaints about lipsync issues which Hisense are aware of and apparently there is a fix in the works.However I'd rather buy something that doesn't have any major issues than something that MIGHT get them fixed so am leaning towards the LG.Any comments/advice welcome.


It's doing my head in! I'm itching to pull the trigger but between the Hisense, LG and the Samsung offers that have been posted recently I'm afraid to buy the wrong one!
chrisbluebird05/02/2020 22:03

It's doing my head in! I'm itching to pull the trigger but between the …It's doing my head in! I'm itching to pull the trigger but between the Hisense, LG and the Samsung offers that have been posted recently I'm afraid to buy the wrong one!


I'm going to go for the LG 65um7400 tomorrow unless someone gives me a good reason otherwise. I have more faith in their quality control and webOS than the Hisense software.
The LG also has an IPS panel which I think will be better in the room I'm planning to have it in which has a lot of natural light, the Hisense has a VA panel which apprantly will have better blacks in the dark but might struggle a little with a bright room
Edited by: "Snosh" 5th Feb
Snosh05/02/2020 23:03

I'm going to go for the LG 65um7400 tomorrow unless someone gives me a …I'm going to go for the LG 65um7400 tomorrow unless someone gives me a good reason otherwise. I have more faith in their quality control and webOS than the Hisense software.The LG also has an IPS panel which I think will be better in the room I'm planning to have it in which has a lot of natural light, the Hisense has a VA panel which apprantly will have better blacks in the dark but might struggle a little with a bright room


Thanks for that info, I didn't realise they were different panels. When you search for comparisons etc. you don't get a lot of results to make an informed decision. Ideally I'd want the long warranty but that would be irrelevant if the TV was crap! The only thing I was looking at was the HDR / Dolby Vision thing... none of them are 10bit as far as I can tell. Sound isn't an issue either as I have a soundbar. I just want the best quality picture for the money. Also read the Hisense is brighter (more nits) apparently?!
chrisbluebird05/02/2020 23:10

Thanks for that info, I didn't realise they were different panels. When …Thanks for that info, I didn't realise they were different panels. When you search for comparisons etc. you don't get a lot of results to make an informed decision. Ideally I'd want the long warranty but that would be irrelevant if the TV was crap! The only thing I was looking at was the HDR / Dolby Vision thing... none of them are 10bit as far as I can tell. Sound isn't an issue either as I have a soundbar. I just want the best quality picture for the money. Also read the Hisense is brighter (more nits) apparently?!


It seems the LG is 340 nits and Hisense 350 nits, not sure how much of a difference this is in day to day. As far as I can tell HDR and Dolby Vision won't be that great on either of these tellys as they dont have proper local dimming. I think you're looking at spending twice this if you want stuff with good local dimming. I have a Samsung NU8000 which is higher spec than both these (although last years model) and I haven't been blown away with HDR content on it. From what I've read you needs loads of local dimming regions to do HDR properly and nothing in this price range has it.

I'm content for the time being not being on the HDR bandwagon and can wait until it comes into my price range.

I'm going to see if Richersounds will price match for the LG so I can take advantage of the 6 year warranty, if they don't then I'm back to considering the Hisense from Costco.
Snosh05/02/2020 23:20

It seems the LG is 340 nits and Hisense 350 nits, not sure how much of a …It seems the LG is 340 nits and Hisense 350 nits, not sure how much of a difference this is in day to day. As far as I can tell HDR and Dolby Vision won't be that great on either of these tellys as they dont have proper local dimming. I think you're looking at spending twice this if you want stuff with good local dimming. I have a Samsung NU8000 which is higher spec than both these (although last years model) and I haven't been blown away with HDR content on it. From what I've read you needs loads of local dimming regions to do HDR properly and nothing in this price range has it. I'm content for the time being not being on the HDR bandwagon and can wait until it comes into my price range.I'm going to see if Richersounds will price match for the LG so I can take advantage of the 6 year warranty, if they don't then I'm back to considering the Hisense from Costco.


I'm thinking the same thing. Richer sounds will price beat Costco and take another tenner off making it £490 with the 6 year guarantee. I'm going to phone the telesales in the morning and see if they'll price match or beat this TV with the voucher code.. can't help but ask I guess.
Spoke to Richer Sounds, they said they won't price beat because they don't offer a comparable warranty. So does anyone know a way around that or shall I just take a punt and go for this? - As much as I was going to purchase the Hisense these little niggles that people complain about that Hisense says they will sort out seems to be too much of a gamble. LG brand is tried and tested. Can anyone advise against the LG before I buy? Cheers
Guys, This has just been reduced further down to £569, with the PAMPER14 code taking £75 off the new price is £494 !!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text