Yer no one has hence the deal
Heat. Wish I had £1200 for a tv
Yer no one has hence the deal
Heat. Wish I had £1200 for a tv
<Guys do you have any advice ? I'm hesitating between those 3 models TCL : https://www.amazon.co.uk/TCL-43DP648-Ultra-Smart-Freeview/dp/B07C5H9NDR/ref=sr_1_3_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1547995155&sr=8-3-spons&keywords=tcl+tv&psc=1 Samsung : https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-UE43NU7400-43-Inch-Dynamic-Certified/dp/B07D769GTS/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1547997206&sr=8-2&keywords=nu7400 Sony : https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-KD43XF7003-43-Inch-Ultra-Freeview/dp/B07C3VDBWK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1547997233&sr=8-1&keywords=xf70+sony
£20 off with the code VCJ20 You can also get the 7100 49" model for £369 with the code BT30 https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-audio/tvs/led-tvs/samsung-ue49nu7100-49-4k-ultra-hd-smart-led-tv-sam-led-ue49nu7100-b/ The 7100 has 3xHDMI and 2xUSB, the 7020 has 2xHDMI and 1xUSB
Great price. I paid more on Black Friday. Heat Added. (y)
My bad! I thought all their TVs were free delivery, edited my comment
It’s in store only offer at RS
I've never hear of the make ...but our TV just stopped working, is the best at this price range? We go up to £799 but am lost in so many reviews.
I know that this TV will cost at least 20% more from April. We shall see
... and what basis could there be for a referendum vote other than securing more lucrative trade deals? Forget trading around £250bn per annum each on both import and export to both EU states and the remainder of the world and the fact that the majority of these countries are members of the WTO regardless of the EU; this will clearly prove useless in negotiating any deal whatsoever with anyone. You’re missing your sandwich board mate! We’ve seen the likes of you yelling ‘the end is nigh!’ before. (lol)
What all vestal???
H65AE6100UK is £549 @ Argos. I'm pretty sure, from what I've read that the only real difference between the 6100 & 6200 is one of them has dual band wifi and the other doesn't - i'm not 100% on that so feel free to correct if i'm wrong.
2 year warranty on Hisense as default
just a 1 year warrany?
No point bothering with a cheap player like this. Defeats the object entirely of listening to vinyl
This is a part of the Which? Review: GPO Stylo review £37.00 Score: 24% LAUNCHED JAN 2014 REVIEWED FEB 2016 Which? verdict Avoid at all costs The GPO Stylo is a budget record player aimed at those who want to get into vinyl or rediscover their old collection without breaking the bank. It will play records at 33rpm, 45rpm or 78rpm and also features built-in speakers, so you don't even need to plug it into a stereo to play your records. On the face of it this record player looks like an absolute bargain, but how did it do in our rigorous lab testing? Read on to find out. Aux output Poor sound, cheap construction The GPO Stylo is, to put it simply, pretty awful - it's a Don't Buy to avoid. From the moment you get it out of the box, the cheap look and feel of it will arouse your suspicions - it's more like a budget DAB radio than a piece of hi-fi equipment. The all-important sound quality is, frankly, terrible, scoring rock bottom in our test. In this price range, you're not going to get anything like the standard of sound quality we'd recommend with our Best Buy turntables, but you can still do far better with other high-scoring record players less than £100. What is it? A budget record player, and at this price you probably wouldn't expect to find anything of real quality. Despite the low price, it's not low on features - it will play 78rpm records, which many more expensive players won't, and it has an automatic-start function which will mechanically place the needle on the record for you. It also has built-in speakers, so it's capable of playing records without being plugged into a hi-fi system. There's now a newer version of this record player, the GPO Stylo II. What's the sound like? Very bad indeed. Our expert panel complained of a lack of bass and treble, leaving only the middle frequencies behind. Vocals lack depth, and the low-quality ceramic cartridge is unable to pick out details, giving a blunt, harsh and raspy sound - like listening down a bad telephone line. Listening to vinyl is supposed to have a warm, pleasant quality, but some of the tracks we tested were painful to listen to on this player. The panel's comments on sound quality were damning, but the icing on the cake was the built-in speakers, which we couldn't even get to work on the sample we tested. What's it like to use? The instructions are simple and setting everything up isn't too hard. Annoyingly, though, the power cable is very short, so you'll have to place the player close to a socket. Playing a record is more difficult than it ought to be because of the floppy plastic tonearm, which you'll find hard to drop into the groove precisely. Some of the buttons are better labelled than others, but overall using the player isn't too confusing. You can't adjust any advanced settings such as tracking weight, anti-skating force or cartridge alignment, which determine how the needle sits in the groove, but this is normal for cheaper record players. Is there anything I should watch out for? You can't replace the cartridge on this player, so if you want to upgrade it later you won't be able to. You can replace the stylus if it wears out, though. Is there anything else I should know? Handily, there's an aux output from the player, so you can plug it into a speaker system that doesn't accept the red-and-white RCA phono leads. Should I buy it? Absolutely not. It's cheap, but we don't think there's any point in playing your records at such low quality. We'd recommend spending more money on a quality Best Buy turntable, but if you're set on a retro-styled one, see our full list of retro turntables to find something better than this.
But it has 2 high quality speakers! (lol)
This is rubbish. Save your money for something better
Yup. Remember getting my first CD and being amazed at the quality. I still buy CDs today. But I also have a stack of old vinyl which is perfectly playable but no turntable. There's the market. There's the need. And people are buying turntable and now they're buying vinyl again !
JAN20 didn't work. LKA15 did. I'm a Co-op member.
Just be aware this is 55cm width not the standard 60cm. There is also a £4.99 delivery charge
Great deal, but damn I wish it had more freezer capacity.
They make big cranes if that helps :D
Is it noticeable with the black levels between the 2 sets? Haven't had the opportunity to compare side by side in a home environment.
The replacement for the xf90 has also been announced, its has the acoustic sound technology added the same used on the AF9, plus hands free voice control
My work colleague has the xf 90 And my brother in law, excellent tvs probably the best led out there, he also has the xf85 for 2nd TV besides the black levels he still enjoys watch TV on it
I have the xf90 model and most definitely can recommend it. The blacks are so good it’s as it the tv is turned off.
That archer needs a review , using the subjectiveopinion on all those sites
We have a smaller version of it and love it also. Kind of annoyed that I went for the Panasonic 55EZ952 over a QLED because I knew OLEDs aren't as bright, but I went along with all the glorious reviews of OLED even though to be honest the black levels on my H series Samsung were as good as I ever really wanted. So now OLED is in a near dark game room and 65Q9 is in living room. QLED for me blows away any OLED about. When I look out of the window at a great view I don't initially look for how black the blacks are, so I find the whole obsession with blacks really quite bizarre. Give me amazing colours and incredible brights any day.
Kinda glad the headache of buying a tv is all over. Absolute challenge picking one as there are so many models and opinions which distract. So happy with the 75 MU7000. Thought 75 was going to be too big but it’s surprising how quick you get used to sports and movies on it.
And our 9000 was curved and the 49" 7000 wasn't 10bit. Our NU range is now more in line with last year USA range, so our 9000 has gone and the 7000 and 8000 have combined into the 8000, but as I said this years 8000 is less premium than last year's, although the display may be better. This year's 7000 is last years 6000.
Ours were a 1000 out from american models so to speak. American 7000 was our 6000, their 8000 was our 7000, their 9000 was our 8000. The Samsung website has this problem last year too. Was very confusing when speccing a tv. Especially as the website shown the MU7000 as 8 Bit plus and only the 8000 upwards as true 10 Bit. When our MU7000 was true 10 Bit.
Think you will find it’s slightly different to that quote there. The newer NU7000 is not a true 10 Bit so could not replace the previous MU7000 which was true 10 Bit. I have the 75 inch MU7000 and is a great 10 Bit picture.
I've had a zanussi one in my house for 19 years, still going strong. I think dishwasher are one of the most reliable things in a kitchen, as very few moving parts (the sprayers are forced round by water pressure so no motors or connections to fail).
my error, thought this sad £345. I'd still trust JL ahead of co-op and get their warrant. never had any issues with their deliveries
It's not, it's £450 at JL. Their delivery is appalling too.
£5 more at John lewis: I'd go with them.
Got this all plumbed in and working now. Very quiet, high quality.
They did match it! Thanks.
Try call center they will match it
Currys will only price match discount codes from listed retailers. Source: just been into store and they pointed this out.
It stopped working after 21days and they didn't want to know . Do you work for pc world or curry's .
Oh dear! You were doing so well too & then you blew it with that gratuitous barb at the end. It's the most distinguishing characteristic of people like you. You put all of your effort into the clever, glib insult and no effort whatsoever into the 'what comes afterwards'. And you wonder why people like me write off people like you as a pathetic joke? Come on! One more go but this time try offering up an actual argument; a series of interlinked statements that define a logical position or future action. I'm waiting... BTW, the fridge-freezer arrives on Friday. I bought a new washing-machine & laptop last year & two new cars the year before that. I think we're adequately prepared.
Why bother stopping at the spare fridge? I hope you've also bought a spare TV, microwave, car, washing machine and any other item you're petrified will rocket in price. A shame there's no spare brains to buy & store before March the 29th
A poor D minus! Little Mani really must learn how to make a coherent point without resorting to puerile, derivative insults. Please resubmit & this time, APPLY YOURSELF!
Jeez!! Someone sounds desperate to get their brexit views across. Spilling one bout of verbal diarrhoea clearly wasn't enough. You went further with a colonic irrigation. (annoyed)
After thinking about it, I did indeed decide to get this FF as a 'spare'. It maybe with what's to come, it will be necessary to have both on the go at the same time. So thanks OP. You forced me to think about something that I hadn't thought of in the run up to the catastrophe that's about to engulf us.
Yeah that's cause C&M offer 5 year warranty, Co-op you have to pay for the warranty so they'll say no
I price matched my 65in c8 with C&M via RS at Xmas, they weee doing 5 year warranty. RS beat the price and gave me their 6 year
Nope, they'll say no warranty offered. They're really picky now
Samsung UE49NU7100 49" 4K TV is bbc iplayer compatible for 4k.
Do Currys offer the TV with a 6 year warranty like Richer Sounds as standard?
Yes the code was working twice when i posted and it was also free delivery (in fact it was deducting the delivery cost from the total which was why it took £45 off instead of £40), now the JAN20 code isnt working at all so ive expired this Update: Both codes still work but you cant use them together anymore
How long is the warranty with co-op 1 year or 2 year?
ONLY ONE CODE WORKING
£325.01 using LKA15
I just tested it and the code is only working once (assume was working when you posted). However code LKA15 is working on top of JAN20 so makes the 8kg £310 delivered and the 9KG £360. This includes the £4.99 delivery charge. thanks Great prices.
2019 QLEDs have apparently addressed the only outstanding benefit of OLED over the Q9FN which was viewing angle. So until MicroLED comes along QLED is going to still be the best screen money can buy.
Yeah sure I'll dig it out tonight.
Yes please. It will be interesting to see if I can get a refund of the difference.
Yeah, its not quite on the level of the 9, but i wasnt imagining i'd be getting into the OLED/QLED realm but for £799 i couldnt turn it down. Most tech review sites will cite this as one of the best at £1500 and i can see why. Either way im more than happy with it and as for the One Connect, all my stuff goes into an AV receiver so its not much of a loss for me to be honest.
Interesting so FALD with just under 1/2 the peak brightness of the Q9FN and no One Connect box, but probably makes an attractive proposition at that price. Only 40 local dimming zones though compared to ~ 500 on the Q9FN so it's not probably going to beat an OLED for picture like the Q9FN does.
Got one of these and it leaks at the Base something rotten....it's just over the 2 year guarantee lol...matching toaster slow too...disappointed with our Russell Hobb Kettle and toaster
Cheers Kettle broke tonight so just ordered this :)
dang been hunting for kettles for days eneded up buying a cheap amazon one and now this pops up and the other salter one ! hot! :)
Product Specification Style Jug Body Material Metal Capacity (ltr) 1.7 Concealed Element Yes Rapid Boil Yes Height (mm) 217 Width (mm) 115 Depth (mm) 225 Colour Black Guarantee 2 Years
Thanks for this. Ordered.
Well that's a shame. There are some really good 3D blurays
no, people went for fake 4k and crap HDR on average
Thanks :) I thought COOP electricals was all dealt with by AO now.
They probably would but the Co-Op are a decent company and it still comes with a 5 year warranty from Sony. Yes it's due the android update, I believe the US models received it last month so it's really just a matter of time for the European ones.
I tried again today via contact us page and was immediately offered the PLA version for £1099. Ordered it and being delivered tomorrow. If you are still in the market, worth another try
Check his other videos out. He says the E8 is the best TV he has ever seen. He is a good reviewer/ expert...also shows short comings etc. Been a lot of BS about E8 being sold for £1300 it hasn’t. Cheapest was £1600. Either way with warranty and insurance it cost me £1799. I’m happy with that. What is your problem? The B8 is a poor mans version. Save up your paper round money!
Good video, I've heard of HDTVTest before. Though irrelevant, as I don't see anything to suggest the C8 or E8 being worth £500 or £800 more than the B8 (respectively). So (according to you), I'm wrong, RTINGS is wrong. Are these people on AVSforum wrong?: Help decide between LG B8 65” vs E8 55” Is the LG 55 e8 worth £300 more than 55b8 Also you can read through this thread (just click here) and see the E8 being sold for £1400 or £1899 with £500 cashback in the past.
Whats better from Co Op this or the Samsung NU8000 ? Both similar price but Sony comes with 5 year guarantee. I'd rather have a superior TV though.
ditto where you blown in from?
sony claim it was a accident LOL - https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/01/10/whoops-sony-blocking-kodi-on-its-android-tvs-was-an-accident/
That’s what credit is for ;)
Co-op have been going for years mate. They are as legit as legit comes
Snap. I got mine with JL price match, still love it.
Had 55” one of these for a few years now and it’s been absolutely brilliant. 65” would be next upgrade for me
2 years when registered with hisense
Anyone know what's the warranty ?
I got the 50" from argos 2wks ago when it was on offer. Really happy with it. Heat