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LG 75 INCH SMART 4K TV - £949 / £919 with code @ Richer Sounds
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LG 75 INCH SMART 4K TV - £949 / £919 with code @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 23rd Aug

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Just seen this 75 inch television on richer sounds website,have not found many reviews online.Is this a good deal or not?
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Just to help anyone out flicking through tv deals this is the product info from the RS website, @wrexhamtown it might be worth mentioning the 6 year RS guarantee in the title as that can be a big selling point for people looking at tvs

A big screen bargain from a top brand – this LG 75 inch TV supersizes your home entertainment.

A bigger screen for less
Nothing beats the visual thrill of a big screen and, with this LG you get a whopping 75 inch screen for the price of most 55 or 65 inch TVs. The bigger screen is ideal for larger rooms and immerses you in the action in ways that smaller screens can’t hope to match.

Active HDR for wide ranging HDR support

As well as offering a jumbo screen, this 75" LG TV also offers the picture quality to match. Active HDR covers a range of formats, including HDR10 and HLG. HDR10 is widely used on UHD gaming consoles from Sony and Microsoft. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

4K Ultra HD TV - Ultimate Detail

Thanks to 4K UHD screen resolution, this LG 75 inch TV offers stunning realism. The resolution is four times greater than the more conventional 1920 x 1080 Full HD TVs and it's a difference you can see clearly on this mighty LG 75 inch TV. Thanks to LG's 4K Resolution Upscaler, even standard FHD signals can be upscaled to near 4K clarity and detail - giving your Blu-rays a new lease of life. Whatever the resolution, the LG's big screen always impresses.

Part of the unique ThinQ AI system for effortless control

LG’s unique artificial intelligence system brings together a wide range of products under intuitive control. For your TV this means intelligent voice control and the ability to seamlessly work with third party services from Google and Amazon. The more LG ThinQ AI products you have around the home the more seamless and integrated the control becomes.

webOS Smart system compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa*

The award-winning LG webOS smart TV system is already one of the most highly-rated in the industry. Powerful but user-friendly, webOS makes Smart TV even smarter. Now featuring Google Assistant and Amazon, webOS just got even better. Google Assistant is capable of changing the channel and input via voice command. It also integrates with services such as Google Photos and Google Maps to make your TV an even greater source of entertainment. *Google Assistant requires software update and Google Home device for some functions. Amazon Alexa requires Amazon Alexa device.

All your favourite apps

This LG comes packed with useful apps that look great on the big screen. Netflix 4K is covered. There’s also Amazon with UHD HDR and YouTube in 4K. The main channels are all covered, plus there’s access to Now TV and the Sky Store. You also get easy access to music sites like Spotify and Napster plus social sites Facebook and Twitter.

Freeview Play makes catch-up TV easy

Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, the ITV Hub, All4 and Demand 5 sitting alongside over 60TV Channels and up to 15 HD channels. Simply scroll back in your TV guide to watch shows you missed from the last 7 days. Just make sure your TV is connected to the Internet and you're good to go.

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Absolutely tremendous deal with a 6 year warranty.
What's the model?
It's a good deal if your interest is size over picture quality.

LED is never going to be better than OLED but a 75 inch OLED is never going to be this price.
RYANdeals23/08/2019 10:55

It's a good deal if your interest is size over picture quality. LED is …It's a good deal if your interest is size over picture quality. LED is never going to be better than OLED but a 75 inch OLED is never going to be this price.


Famous last words if ever I heard them they said the same thing about the price of plasmas when it first came out, and then FullHD, and then 4K tvs a few years after that. Give it a few years 1080p will be phased as just as 720p is now, 4K is already the standard for the majority of brands so it won't be long until we see sub £1K OLEDs and 8Ks at all, we've just got to hold
It doesn't have a model number on the website, just listed generically as "LG 75 inch".
AMasters00723/08/2019 11:04

Famous last words if ever I heard them they said the same thing …Famous last words if ever I heard them they said the same thing about the price of plasmas when it first came out, and then FullHD, and then 4K tvs a few years after that. Give it a few years 1080p will be phased as just as 720p is now, 4K is already the standard for the majority of brands so it won't be long until we see sub £1K OLEDs and 8Ks at all, we've just got to hold


I am specifically referring to a 75 inch OLED for under a grand.

It may well happen. But not any time soon. So for people considering buying a TV right now, it's not worth factoring in what you may get for your money in 3-4 years time otherwise you'll just never buy anything, and perpetually be waiting for lower prices cause when the prices do go that low, you'll just want to wait for next generation of technology to get that low and so on.
I dont think this is as good as the Hisense
RYANdeals23/08/2019 11:24

I am specifically referring to a 75 inch OLED for under a grand. It may …I am specifically referring to a 75 inch OLED for under a grand. It may well happen. But not any time soon. So for people considering buying a TV right now, it's not worth factoring in what you may get for your money in 3-4 years time otherwise you'll just never buy anything, and perpetually be waiting for lower prices cause when the prices do go that low, you'll just want to wait for next generation of technology to get that low and so on.


If you put the item into your basket the code for tv is LG 75UK6200PLB,The reviews on richer sounds are very good,I did a compare with a few of the more expensive 75 inch tvs and spec seemed excellent,sorry for the basic description of this item as it is my first post and was not sure if I had sent it properly.
RYANdeals23/08/2019 11:24

I am specifically referring to a 75 inch OLED for under a grand. It may …I am specifically referring to a 75 inch OLED for under a grand. It may well happen. But not any time soon. So for people considering buying a TV right now, it's not worth factoring in what you may get for your money in 3-4 years time otherwise you'll just never buy anything, and perpetually be waiting for lower prices cause when the prices do go that low, you'll just want to wait for next generation of technology to get that low and so on.


It will definitely happen I'd bet my house on it, a lot of retailers have already speculated that 2020 will see the first 'cheap' OLEDs (sub £1K) so 2021 for something that size doesn't seem like that much of a stretch. I never said to factor in what you may get for your money in 3-4 years time I don't know where you got that from? Like with anything if you need it now 9 out of 10 times I'd recommend just going for it, the other 1 time would be when the release of something new is less than a month away and all sources point to a reasonable improvement over the current offerings. Ryzen gen 3 for example, I'm so glad I waited a couple months as I would have been devastated had I bitten on gen 2 so close to release.
The reason I commented was because of your 'OLED is never going to be this price' comment, I'd have thought by now with the way technology moves no one would still believe that rhetoric. The first ssd I ever bought (technically I didn't buy it work did) was just over £1k iirc going back quite a few years now, a similar product these days that is far superior in every single aspect is about £50. That's a 95% reduction in less than 10 years

Never say never, peace!
wrexhamtown23/08/2019 11:31

If you put the item into your basket the code for tv is LG 75UK6200PLB,The …If you put the item into your basket the code for tv is LG 75UK6200PLB,The reviews on richer sounds are very good,I did a compare with a few of the more expensive 75 inch tvs and spec seemed excellent,sorry for the basic description of this item as it is my first post and was not sure if I had sent it properly.


No need to apologise this looks like a great deal thanks for sharing
wrexhamtown23/08/2019 11:31

If you put the item into your basket the code for tv is LG 75UK6200PLB,The …If you put the item into your basket the code for tv is LG 75UK6200PLB,The reviews on richer sounds are very good,I did a compare with a few of the more expensive 75 inch tvs and spec seemed excellent,sorry for the basic description of this item as it is my first post and was not sure if I had sent it properly.



@wrexhamtown it might be worth mentioning the 6 year RS guarantee in the title as that can be a big selling point for people looking at tvs
Edited by: "AMasters007" 23rd Aug
AMasters00723/08/2019 11:59

It will definitely happen I'd bet my house on it, a lot of retailers have …It will definitely happen I'd bet my house on it, a lot of retailers have already speculated that 2020 will see the first 'cheap' OLEDs (sub £1K) so 2021 for something that size doesn't seem like that much of a stretch. I never said to factor in what you may get for your money in 3-4 years time I don't know where you got that from? Like with anything if you need it now 9 out of 10 times I'd recommend just going for it, the other 1 time would be when the release of something new is less than a month away and all sources point to a reasonable improvement over the current offerings. Ryzen gen 3 for example, I'm so glad I waited a couple months as I would have been devastated had I bitten on gen 2 so close to release. The reason I commented was because of your 'OLED is never going to be this price' comment, I'd have thought by now with the way technology moves no one would still believe that rhetoric. The first ssd I ever bought (technically I didn't buy it work did) was just over £1k iirc going back quite a few years now, a similar product these days that is far superior in every single aspect is about £50. That's a 95% reduction in less than 10 years Never say never, peace!


Sorry, didn't realise you cannot make a tongue in cheek comment without someone going off on one. Basically, I should just edit my comment to say, it will be a few years before a 75 inch LG OLED is less than a grand?

I never said there would not be better tech over time for cheaper. This OLED technology will likely be replaced and redundant before dropping that low. Similarly, I can't just walk in to Currys and grab a 720p plasma TV if I wanted to no matter how little they are worth nowadays.
RYANdeals23/08/2019 12:35

Sorry, didn't realise you cannot make a tongue in cheek comment without …Sorry, didn't realise you cannot make a tongue in cheek comment without someone going off on one. Basically, I should just edit my comment to say, it will be a few years before a 75 inch LG OLED is less than a grand?I never said there would not be better tech over time for cheaper. This OLED technology will likely be replaced and redundant before dropping that low. Similarly, I can't just walk in to Currys and grab a 720p plasma TV if I wanted to no matter how little they are worth nowadays.


Mate it wasn't a dig I'm just trying to help other people on this site, don't take anything I say too seriously
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Edited by: "sam_of_london" 23rd Aug
Robcomp23/08/2019 10:40

What's the model?




Doesn't matter - it is all about the inches
Do richer sounds accept PayPal credit? Got £3k available in PP account for a while and never used any of it, at this price with 12/m interest free credit would be awesome!!!!
I'm so tempted to place an order today but I'm concerned there may be a significant input lag playing ps4 on this. Anyone bought this TV that can shed some light on using this TV for gaming? Many thanks
I've had this TV for around a month and was very happy until now.
Now whenever there is a black screen or a film with black bars, I can see 2 white lights at the top and button near the centre. They really stand out.

Then a large dull blue light near each corner, like there's 4 lights bleeding through.
I never saw these when I first got the TV. I watched plenty of films and they all looked spot on.

Anyone else had this issue start to affect the screen quality? I can't watch a film now without noticing it, so thinking it's faulty.
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