Cheapest ever price for OLED TV LG 55EC930V Curved 3D webOS OLED Television now only £1229.99 with five year warranty @ Mark's Electrical
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Cheapest ever price for OLED TV LG 55EC930V Curved 3D webOS OLED Television now only £1229.99 with five year warranty @ Mark's Electrical

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Found 23rd Jan 2016
Price has dropped even further now, best time to buy and the warranty will ensure peace of mind for the next few years. Richer Sounds will provide a six year warranty for the same TV, but their price is an extra £70.

Please don't compare to your 4k LED TVs for under 500 quid. This is a whole new ball game, and the only real improvement to TV viewing in comparison to the existing technology.

John Lewis will also price match

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Why say don't compare to 4K have you got this and a 4K in your house to notice the difference ?

I've seen this today in Currys and so tempted but not sure if to wait for 4K to drop. Heat

yannarascala

Cheapest ever price for OLED TV LG 55EC930V Curved 3D webOS OLED … Cheapest ever price for OLED TV LG 55EC930V Curved 3D webOS OLED Television now only £1,229.99 with five year warranty @ Mark's Electrical



Not cheapest ever.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-55ec930v-1080p-oled-tv-1179-99-after-coupon-code-1-155-21-after-tcb-coopelectricalshop-2378301

Decent price though. Having seen a 65" flat LG OLED in John Lewis side by side with other LEDs, I'm smitten! Resolved to wait until late this year (black Friday time) in the hope of getting a 2015 55" 4K OLED for £1-1.5k

I would still wait at least few months as new models are due out from LG and Panasonic as well. Will push prices down further.

cannibalwombat

Not cheapest ever. … Not cheapest ever. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-55ec930v-1080p-oled-tv-1179-99-after-coupon-code-1-155-21-after-tcb-coopelectricalshop-2378301Decent price though. Having seen a 65" flat LG OLED in John Lewis side by side with other LEDs, I'm smitten! Resolved to wait until late this year (black Friday time) in the hope of getting a 2015 55" 4K OLED for £1-1.5k



when you add the 5yr warranty its more expensive (£1342) , you are not comparing like with like

millward84

I've seen this today in Currys and so tempted but not sure if to wait for … I've seen this today in Currys and so tempted but not sure if to wait for 4K to drop. Heat


I have 4k TV (not an Oled) but would hapilly change for 1080p OLED. 4K is fine but still very limited in content. What is available looks great but I would sacrifice but of extra resolution for OLED blacks.

Never saw picture quality is it on show in currys ?

just come back from John lewis in Oxford street go to fifth floor and sit in the chair they have in front of a load of their TV's and tell me what you think i was blown away by oled 4k but also by a sony 4k tv that was £999

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LOUGHBORO GUY

Never saw picture quality is it on show in currys ?


Yes, also on display in John Lewis and Richer Sounds.

I saw this today in currys, would go for this over same price 4k on view.
Sadly still way out of my budget. Maybe next year.

Original Poster

I got Richer Sounds to price match today, which is even more peace of mind if you prefer a well known retailer. But you have to select the 'instore' price match option on the John Lewis NKU web page.

"Please don't compare to your 4k LED TVs for under 500 quid. This is a whole new ball game, and the only real improvement to TV viewing in comparison to the existing technology."

Laser is better than OLED, it uses the purest source of light. OLED will be the next cheapest option to improve picture quality though. Mitsubishi seem to be the only producers of laser based tv.

Not the cheapest.

nokiafusion

Why say don't compare to 4K have you got this and a 4K in your house to … Why say don't compare to 4K have you got this and a 4K in your house to notice the difference ?



Watch this video, explains very well why at the moment picture quality beats resolution.
youtube.com/wat…5AE

nokiafusion

Why say don't compare to 4K have you got this and a 4K in your house to … Why say don't compare to 4K have you got this and a 4K in your house to notice the difference ?


OLED far supreme to 4k

HOT

I have one it's awesome! I paid more for JL

I bought one on Saturday from Currys. Fantastic TV and look like a piece of art. I could have waited for one from the coop with £50 voucher by why not get it there and then :-). All you do is waste a day off work waiting for the delivery

nokiafusion

Why say don't compare to 4K have you got this and a 4K in your house to … Why say don't compare to 4K have you got this and a 4K in your house to notice the difference ?



To be fair, the OP specifically describes '£500' 4K TVs, basically the cheap end that just attracts 'megapixel people'...

OLED is incredible, but I have just bought a high end LG 4K TV (Prime/Full Array Local Dimming/HDR etc) and that compares very well with OLED. I wanted 65", and don't use the room it's in enough to justify best part of £4,000, so decided against OLED. Everyone is right about lack of 4K content though, it's ridiculous when it's been affordable for around 2 years now that there isn't more available.

I hear sony are still improving their LED tv capabilities and not sliding down the OLED route. Sounds like they believe there is still mileage in improving the existing LED to compete with OLED.

Every year we hear we of some new TV tech. Just look at various demos and believe your eyes and if you think it's worth paying an extra £1000 or more for something that looks slightly better than a much a cheaper one....well, you are in the luxurious position to splash the cash.

wow..a curvy expensive tv. no thanks

I'm hanging on to my plasma Panasonic, waiting for those 4K Panasonic OLEDs with HDR to fall into a reasonable price bracket then it'll be 65" TV here we come! There's no point buying a small 4K TV, even on my father in laws 58" 4K Panasonic (LED), it's pretty tricky to tell if the source content is 1080p or 4K unless you're uncomfortably close to it. For 4K content to really shine it has to be on a big screen!
Edited by: "Scorpion" 29th Jan 2016

amichaelglg

I hear sony are still improving their LED tv capabilities and not sliding … I hear sony are still improving their LED tv capabilities and not sliding down the OLED route. Sounds like they believe there is still mileage in improving the existing LED to compete with OLED.Every year we hear we of some new TV tech. Just look at various demos and believe your eyes and if you think it's worth paying an extra £1000 or more for something that looks slightly better than a much a cheaper one....well, you are in the luxurious position to splash the cash.


Paying a £1000 for some thing that is much better and will last several years and is used by many daily seems like a good extra investment.
But each to there own I guess

Bunch of jokers!

Everyone knows the Ferguson 7C06 is still the daddy and always will be

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and here it is :-)

gr8h8me

and here it is :-)



Timeless, still state of the art four decades on #caseclosed

Will OLED finally mean we can retire our plasmas wouldn't touch LCD or LED (really led lit lcd)

I have an Oled TV and it is far superior than my old KURO Plasma.

amichaelglg

I hear sony are still improving their LED tv capabilities and not sliding … I hear sony are still improving their LED tv capabilities and not sliding down the OLED route. Sounds like they believe there is still mileage in improving the existing LED to compete with OLED.Every year we hear we of some new TV tech. Just look at various demos and believe your eyes and if you think it's worth paying an extra £1000 or more for something that looks slightly better than a much a cheaper one....well, you are in the luxurious position to splash the cash.



Most of the time you would be right. With regards to OLED you are not. I would actually compare the improvement as CRT to LCD, in other words a massive improvement, I don't think I have ever looked at a TV and just said wow and stayed there for a couple of minutes. They are though still very expensive but I am hoping they might come down in a couple of years.

jakejoe30

I have an Oled TV and it is far superior than my old KURO Plasma.


Which model do you own

New HDR standard is an improvement worth waiting for.

snoopy18

Which model do you own


The lg 65 960. HD and 4K both look stunning.

There will be 4k OLED screens 2nd gen this xmas for £1,500 trust me by then we will know if broadcasters will be 4K'ing, but sky can't even broadcast movies in 1080p so not holding breath.

Discount code not working for me.. Looking for OLED TV, any other suggestions around £1k range?

paulrwarner

There will be 4k OLED screens 2nd gen this xmas for £1,500 trust me by … There will be 4k OLED screens 2nd gen this xmas for £1,500 trust me by then we will know if broadcasters will be 4K'ing, but sky can't even broadcast movies in 1080p so not holding breath.



Do you game on PC?

just be ready for the banding and low light problems (near black issues,grey uniformity). If you can live with those these are nice tv's

mwa

Will OLED finally mean we can retire our plasmas wouldn't touch LCD or … Will OLED finally mean we can retire our plasmas wouldn't touch LCD or LED (really led lit lcd)



I had hoped so but I was underwhelmed, each to their own though

trending1950

I had hoped so but I was underwhelmed, each to their own though


Underwhelmed by oled ? On all sources or sd?
Edited by: "snoopy18" 31st Jan 2016

snoopy18

Underwhelmed by oled ? On all sources or sd?



on everything, I had looked forward to large screen OLED for years and at first it did look good but I could see more detail on my Bush LCD TV. The blacks were black (apart from low light scenes where everything looks awful) but it didn't make the picture speechlessesque as I had expected for years

it overblows everything and you lose sharpness, the model was the EF950 and there's a part of me that wants to try a 1080p model just in case it was the poor upscaling and processing

gutted about OLED now and doing something I thought I would never do - considering a SUHD

trending1950

on everything, I had looked forward to large screen OLED for years and at … on everything, I had looked forward to large screen OLED for years and at first it did look good but I could see more detail on my Bush LCD TV. The blacks were black (apart from low light scenes where everything looks awful) but it didn't make the picture speechlessesque as I had expected for yearsit overblows everything and you lose sharpness, the model was the EF950 and there's a part of me that wants to try a 1080p model just in case it was the poor upscaling and processinggutted about OLED now and doing something I thought I would never do - considering a SUHD




You can't have the set calibrated correctly the picture on the OLED 930 is stunning, Avatar is literally jaw dropping! I have never seen a picture as good as this
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