Bang & Olufsen 55in TV £1300 off when trade in old TV and 24 months interest free - £7495 / £6195 (After trade in) @ Peter Tyson
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Bang & Olufsen 55in TV £1300 off when trade in old TV and 24 months interest free - £7495 / £6195 (After trade in) @ Peter Tyson

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Found 10th Mar
Hopefully this will help someone who really wants this TV, you can also get £1,800 off the 65in making it £8,995

Its basically a LG55C7 with a very fancy sound bar but it does look and sound really really good
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I’m not here for the heat, if it helps one person then great
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Put on a nice warm coat, it's going to get cold in here.
Worth every penny.(ninja)
Great find op keep up the good work.....
I’m not here for the heat, if it helps one person then great
IMHO not worth the paying the extra for what is basically a cosmetic redesign of an £1800 telly. Talk about diminishing returns!
Was about to buy a new tv after seeing my m8s LG plasma.
Quickly realized nothing comes close to plasma and stopped looking.
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It seems a bit incongruous to me that a £7.5k (or £9k) TV would have a soundbar. I'd have thought the market that B&O are aimed at would have both the brass and desire to have a proper AV system. It just doesn't fit.
Is it true that B&O TVs are just some other manufacturers screen in their surround -- I'm sure I read this somewhere ~ does anyone know
prash_2k20 m ago

Was about to buy a new tv after seeing my m8s LG plasma. Quickly realized …Was about to buy a new tv after seeing my m8s LG plasma. Quickly realized nothing comes close to plasma and stopped looking.





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NAZ1710 m ago

Is it true that B&O TVs are just some other manufacturers screen in their …Is it true that B&O TVs are just some other manufacturers screen in their surround -- I'm sure I read this somewhere ~ does anyone know


It’s in the description pretty much all OLEDs use LG panel
When I fill the bath with Campari and Kate Moss pops over to scrub my back this is the TV we set up in the bathroom as it's splash proof tested against all sorts of liquids.
"Deal" or not - spending this much on a TV, with this level of tech and size somehow I just dont see those that are prepared to spend that kind of money be bothered about any savings.

Need a new button for "deals" such as this - lets call it the South Pole button!
My Panasonic plasma is still going strong 8 years on...maybe only 1080p but boy is she still a good picture
Edited by: "doctorblue" 10th Mar
doctorblue15 m ago

My Panasonic plasma is still going strong 8 years on...maybe only 1080p …My Panasonic plasma is still going strong 8 years on...maybe only 1080p but boy is she still a good picture


My Panasonic plasma has sadly got a big line going down the screen now. Apparently it's a common issue with plasma TVs.
i7andy1 m ago

My Panasonic plasma has sadly got a big line going down the screen now. …My Panasonic plasma has sadly got a big line going down the screen now. Apparently it's a common issue with plasma TVs.


Maybe it's time for the Viking Furneral and by a Mu7000 or 750B 55 incher...
Buy normal OLED + Dolby atmos sound bar better in my opinion
doctorblue10th Mar

My Panasonic plasma is still going strong 8 years on...maybe only 1080p …My Panasonic plasma is still going strong 8 years on...maybe only 1080p but boy is she still a good picture


My GT50 is almost seven years old and still looks fabulous. I changed to a 55" 4K Panasonic LED. 4K is good but SD is rubbish compared to how it looked on the plasma.
Anil9025 m ago

Buy normal OLED + Dolby atmos sound bar better in my opinion


Those people who buy this don't give a toss what your opinion is.
longbowassassin1 h, 3 m ago

Those people who buy this don't give a toss what your opinion is. …Those people who buy this don't give a toss what your opinion is.


I know but thats me am happy with my E7 65 Bang & Olufsen looks ugly to me 33414928-XGCUA.jpg
Edited by: "Anil90" 10th Mar
Who designed that? That speaker bar thing is an eyesore and would seriously get on my nerves having to look at it...
infinione44 m ago

Who designed that? That speaker bar thing is an eyesore and would …Who designed that? That speaker bar thing is an eyesore and would seriously get on my nerves having to look at it...


Agreed, it's a pretty awful design. B&O have made some classic products but this looks like a pretty nasty thing to have in your home, even wealthy millionaires have (some) taste I'd have thought!

I don't know about these but certainly in the distant past B&O would package a product from Phillips (and other companies) and put it in their own cabinet design and maybe add some unique features. Their old CRT TV's from the mid 1980's were actually outstanding TV's with a metal remote that weighed a ton.
doctorblue5 h, 50 m ago

My Panasonic plasma is still going strong 8 years on...maybe only 1080p …My Panasonic plasma is still going strong 8 years on...maybe only 1080p but boy is she still a good picture


My Panasonic Plasma is 10 years old and still going strong. I have the first generation Freesat model and although the build quality and picture is great, the software and software support is woeful. The now/next EPG has never worked properly, the built-in software isn't fit for purpose and all the promised interactive content when the range was marketed ended up an inferior standard definition version of iPlayer. Paid £1100 for a 42 inch in 2008 and still believe that paying four figures for a TV is a fortune, so reluctant to replace it until it dies and when I do it won't be another Panny.
doctorblue7 h, 23 m ago

My Panasonic plasma is still going strong 8 years on...maybe only 1080p …My Panasonic plasma is still going strong 8 years on...maybe only 1080p but boy is she still a good picture


What model? I'm in same boat, great telly, think mine is a txp42-g20b.
TH-46PZ80
Got a bezel on it that you could rent out to a Polish family 👪 but still a fab telly...
lol
People still going on about plasma when there really old tech even if there very good. Tbh i would rather spend £6.2k on 65" oled, atmos avr system and 4k projector etc...
Only Mike Tyson could afford one of these.
deleted80130110th Mar

It seems a bit incongruous to me that a £7.5k (or £9k) TV would have a s …It seems a bit incongruous to me that a £7.5k (or £9k) TV would have a soundbar. I'd have thought the market that B&O are aimed at would have both the brass and desire to have a proper AV system. It just doesn't fit.


Agreed.
I’ll take 8... who’s the crafty consumer now.... zoidbirg that’s who
PeterZaineRyo-Ohki47 m ago

I’ll take 8... who’s the crafty consumer now.... zoidbirg that’s who



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