GRADE A1 Refurbished - electriQ 55" 4K Ultra HD OLED Smart TV 10bit HDR £888.02 @ AO
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GRADE A1 Refurbished - electriQ 55" 4K Ultra HD OLED Smart TV 10bit HDR £888.02 @ AO

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Found 17th Feb
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Essential info
  • 55" OLED Display
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • Smart TV with built-in WiFi
  • Powered by Android 6.0
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • Panel manufacturer: LG
  • High Dynamic Range: HDR10
  • Refresh rate: 120Hz
  • Freeview HD and Freesat
  • Bluetooth
  • USB Playback
  • USB Record
  • Downloadable apps
  • Wall mountable: VESA 400 x 300
  • Dimensions with stand: W 1306 x H 771 mm x D 231
  • Dimensions without stand: W 1230 x H 727 mm x D 41
  • Weight with stand: 16.2 kg
  • Weight without stand: 15.5 kg
  • 1 year warranty

More info
  • 3 x HDMI 2.0
  • 2 x USB 2.0
  • 1 x Ethernet
  • 1 x VGA
  • 1 x Optical Out
  • 1 x AV input
  • 1 x CI Slot
  • 1 x Component Video
  • 1 x Headphone Out
  • 1 x microSD card slot

What's in the box?
  • 1 x TV
  • 1 x Remote control
  • 1 x User manual
  • 1 x Base stand
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15 Comments
Reviews not that good.
It's certainly a fascinating product, but finding opinions from people who've actually bought one is a struggle. Worth noting that one of the answered questions on the product page states that it doesn't have a game mode, so input lag would probably be pretty bad for that use case. Not sure that bodes well for the rest of the processing either. A great panel can still be dragged down by horrible software. An OLED is going to look inherently fantastic in many respects, but even amongst the known brand OLEDs there's definetly better and worse ones (with the Sony A1 generally considered the best).
Aretak33 m ago

It's certainly a fascinating product, but finding opinions from people …It's certainly a fascinating product, but finding opinions from people who've actually bought one is a struggle. Worth noting that one of the answered questions on the product page states that it doesn't have a game mode, so input lag would probably be pretty bad for that use case. Not sure that bodes well for the rest of the processing either. A great panel can still be dragged down by horrible software. An OLED is going to look inherently fantastic in many respects, but even amongst the known brand OLEDs there's definetly better and worse ones (with the Sony A1 generally considered the best).


Well the Sony uses exactly the same panel as the Panasonic and the LG - they are all manufactured by LG. So actual image quality is on par between all three. What would be interesting is if this TV shares the same panel or not.
Philips Oled fantastic say what hifi magazine
So cold
Stoofa45 m ago

Well the Sony uses exactly the same panel as the Panasonic and the LG - …Well the Sony uses exactly the same panel as the Panasonic and the LG - they are all manufactured by LG. So actual image quality is on par between all three. What would be interesting is if this TV shares the same panel or not.

It's like you didn't actually even read my post before replying to it, because I addressed this very thing. In fact, it was pretty much the only thing I addressed. Image processing has a huge impact on picture quality, regardless of whether the panel is the same or not. For instance, LG's own OLEDs are currently completely hamstrung in their HDR game mode on more recent firmware revisions due to LG's boneheaded choice to sacrifice huge amounts of brightness to preserve detail (which would be fine if it were optional and you could also choose the previous behaviour of balancing brightness and clipping, but you can't).

Sony's A1 is considered the best entirely because their processing is better than anybody else's, especially in terms of motion handling. Of course, any OLED is still going to retain the base strengths of the technology such as perfect black levels, but beyond that they can and do look very different from each other.
Edited by: "Aretak" 17th Feb
Aretak1 h, 32 m ago

It's like you didn't actually even read my post before replying to it, …It's like you didn't actually even read my post before replying to it, because I addressed this very thing. In fact, it was pretty much the only thing I addressed. Image processing has a huge impact on picture quality, regardless of whether the panel is the same or not. For instance, LG's own OLEDs are currently completely hamstrung in their HDR game mode on more recent firmware revisions due to LG's boneheaded choice to sacrifice huge amounts of brightness to preserve detail (which would be fine if it were optional and you could also choose the previous behaviour of balancing brightness and clipping, but you can't).Sony's A1 is considered the best entirely because their processing is better than anybody else's, especially in terms of motion handling. Of course, any OLED is still going to retain the base strengths of the technology such as perfect black levels, but beyond that they can and do look very different from each other.


Quite a few sites put Philips at the top, then Panasonic, then Sony and LG.
Yes Philips Oled very good reviews
MIDURIX10 h, 59 m ago

Quite a few sites put Philips at the top, then Panasonic, then Sony and LG.



LOUGHBORO.GUY1 h, 51 m ago

Yes Philips Oled very good reviews




I've got the Philips 55POS9002, fantastic set BUT no bluetooth wireless connectivity with headphones (had to buy a dongle) and the remote control is an absolute tank and not the most user-friendly (central button is terrible, which is surprising as it's almost identical to the Philips PUS 49inch which I also own and is a great remote). Apart from those minor niggles it's an amazing TV, blacks perfect, and there's loads of detail in very dark scenes which is something that is highlighted in a lot of reviews. I honestly think there's not a great deal to choose between the OLEDs with decent processing behind them, and only realy tech-experts would notice.

Oh and if you hook the Philips up to Ambilight as I have it really flies - 3 ambilights on TV + HUE light strip + three colour bulbs + three HueGo, it's like a light show.
Could I ask you how much you paid for your Philips Oled tv ? Cheers
LOUGHBORO.GUY1 h, 2 m ago

Could I ask you how much you paid for your Philips Oled tv ? Cheers


No worries - 1,9990 Euros (about 1,830 ish quid) I pay through the nose for some stuff unfortunately, as I live in France.
Sister in law has this TV for her kids to play Xbox One games on. Never thought I'd say it but Fortnite and Battlefield look amazing!
Aretak17 h, 26 m ago

It's like you didn't actually even read my post before replying to it, …It's like you didn't actually even read my post before replying to it, because I addressed this very thing. In fact, it was pretty much the only thing I addressed. Image processing has a huge impact on picture quality, regardless of whether the panel is the same or not. For instance, LG's own OLEDs are currently completely hamstrung in their HDR game mode on more recent firmware revisions due to LG's boneheaded choice to sacrifice huge amounts of brightness to preserve detail (which would be fine if it were optional and you could also choose the previous behaviour of balancing brightness and clipping, but you can't).Sony's A1 is considered the best entirely because their processing is better than anybody else's, especially in terms of motion handling. Of course, any OLED is still going to retain the base strengths of the technology such as perfect black levels, but beyond that they can and do look very different from each other.


Yet the LG wins in every single test out there - go figure eh?
Stoofa44 m ago

Yet the LG wins in every single test out there - go figure eh?


No, it really doesn't at all.
Android 6 😁
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