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Samsung Hw-ms750 Soundbar £449 (£349 after cashback) @ Hifi Confidential
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Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
£449 up front but comes down to £349 after cashback from Samsung. I really don't need a soundbar but very tempted at this price myself. Great soundbar by all reviews with the added… Read more
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Tappers13

why is this cold lol

markymark34

True. I'm not sure what to do here. In no rush to buy so might wait but this is a cracking price. Will need bar a sub and a new TV before house move (priorities)

Jonathan_Mickiewicz

No idea. Thought it was quite good myself. Doesn't help when the first comment you receive is completely inaccurate.

markymark34

Why do all these Samsung sound bar deals go cold when its scorching hot if there is so much as £30 off a Sonos system which is comparable to this? Odd. Anyway. Good find.

Jonathan_Mickiewicz

I'm having the same debate with myself. Was definitely going to get a sonos beam. No doubt about it..... Until I stumbled on this deal. Ruined my Sunday. Lol

Sony KD-55A1 BRAVIA OLED 4K HDR TV- Free 5 Year Sony Warranty with free wall mount and HDMI cable at hiFi Confidential for £2199
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Seems like a good deal, best next price I could see was around the £2399 mark. Can’t say I’ve used/heard of this retailer before but very good reviews on trustpilot (9.6/10) h… Read more
newbs

Shop demo model. They run them on different settings. Every oled tv in John Lewis had some element of screen burn when I went in. Some leds also had screen burn. I’m not sure what point is to be made. Leds are less prone but can still burn. Oled more prone but again depends on viewing habits. Enjoy the picture, get a decent guarantee and pay on credit card. All bases covered in my opinion.

100watts

Offer no long available ;(

Jonathan_Mickiewicz

Good to know. Mine went on for 9mths and I couldn't do it anymore and threw my toys out of the pram. Accepted a newer model from them as a replacement but still had similar issues so taking a Sony break. Can't argue with the picture quality of these oled tvs though

izy3

Yeah i had the some of them issues where the yv would restart and even turn its self on but alot of those have been iron out

ScoKiran

Until you see this

Sony KD49XF9005 4K Ultra HD HDR TRILUMINOS LED TV - £1029 @ HiFi Confidential
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Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
Cheapest price I can find for this Sony 4k TV. Sony's KD49XF9005 is the latest 4K HDR TV with 4K HDR Processor X1™ Extreme, TRILUMINOS Display and X-tended Dynamic Range™ PRO. Enj… Read more
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xenononon

The OLED for sure. Wouldn't swap it for anything. I've got the LG OLED55C7V. It's perfect for me. Essentially the B7 with a different stand.

mwb1

Which would you buy if you didn’t have the oled in your living room? And which oled do you have; if you don’t mind me asking?..

nice-new

But the XE9005 didn't have the £1199 OLED TVs to compete with.

xenononon

Fair enough. I understand that as I was looking at that too. Just hoping but in no rush as I’ve got oled in the living room and want something of near comparable quality for kitchen diner, whether it is this or a qled.

naz400r

XE9005 never dropped to that price, cant see it happening with this model. Cheapest price at the moment, considering it myself, submitted for JL price match

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Sony KD65XF9005 (XF90 XF9005) - £1749 @ Hifi Confidential
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This well-reviewed set boasts full array local dimming, Dolby Vision (via firmware update), and X-motion clarity. The latter is a new way of implementing black frame insertion with… Read more
nick05

Price is now back up to £1989. Closed

gregskellorn

Add your own ambilight - piece of cake.

Rastafari

I can’t touch anything that doesn’t have Ambilight.

waterloo

Free Wall Bracket & 2M 4K HDMI Cable every little helps inc the 5yrs warranty. Aslo Free & Special 2 Man Delivery gets better as the delivery services i have looked at for big tv in the last couple of days are proper (poo)

HutchAW

Nice find and first deal @nick05 - welcome to HUKD :)

Samsung ue65mu7000 65" £999 @ HiFi confidential
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Great price for this 65inch model?. Includes 5 year warranty too.
eastangliauk

I have gone for this TV it comes Sunday which is a funny day. I had a 58 inch Panasonic DX before.

hbo86

Kool thanks for your reply.

MARFW

Black levels are decent, game mode usually works for me for my PS4. There's a lot about this TV on AVforums if you're after settings.

xp3200

This new model is the equivalent to the 2017 6100 which is a low end model, The MU7000 is a mid range set so has much better features and made a lot better

hbo86

No comparison really the latest model is very basic. Mu7000 has better features. Extra remote (one remote) 40w on mu7000. 20w on 2018model also has 3 hdmi compared 4 on the mu7000. So it's been striped down

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LG OLED65B7V £2279 + 5 YEAR WARRANTY. FREE WALL BRACKET & HDMI. £120 CASHBACK with CODE 65B7 - £2,279 @ Hifi Confidential
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The LG OLED65B7V can be had for £2279.00 at HIFI CONFIDENTIAL using the CODE 65B7, which gives you £120 cashback, taking it from its original price at £2399.00 to £2279.00 It come… Read more
pete.bloggsy

£2299 - 5% at Currys =£2184.05 https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/lg-oled65b7v-65-smart-4k-ultra-hd-oled-tv-10160643-pdt.html

rc2018

Big dilemma 2500£ e7v 65 inch 2017 Or Same price 2500 £ 55 inch c8 pla 2018 Which one should I buy?

dazdragon

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/world-cup-tv-offer-lg-oled65b7v-65-inch-oled-4k-ultra-hd-premium-smart-tv-215910-from-richer-sounds-with-code-wc10-2937800?page=3#thread-comments

thefunkygibbon

how so? RS selling for £2399 and doesnt come with wall bracket or hdmi cable (not that they cost a lot) Great TV though, have one myself,

dazdragon

Still a bit more expensive than the Richer Sounds deal

LG OLED 55E7N HiFi Confidential £1799 with £500 cashback, free Wall bracket and 2m hdmi cable @ HiFi Confidential
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For those of you who missed out on the recent Currys deal This appears to be a slight improvement. 5 year guarantee Free 2m 4k hdmi cable Free Wall bracket Free delivery £1799 th… Read more
georgieboy123

I think it’s a universal one but I’m impressed with it

jgos

Did they provide the official LG bracket with this or a more universal one? Well done for all those that managed to get the deal.

Huwboy69

Me too :)

danskis

Happy days!

georgieboy123

My claim got validated (highfive)

Sony KD-49XE9005BU 49" Ultra HD 4K HDR TV - Free Sony 5YG - £929 @ Hifi Confidential
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Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Sony KD-49XE9005BU 49" Ultra HD 4K HDR TV with free Sony 5 year guarantee. With the Latest Sony KD-49XE9005BU See brilliant 4K HDR pictures full of contrast, detail and clarity, a… Read more
machomansavage

sorry i mis read title

doctorblue

This is the price that the 55 inch should be...

Markdb

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5339910

Markdb

Argos have never held the 9005 in stock... the 689 is for the 8005...

machomansavage

argos have 55 inch version for 689

Amazing deal on Sony A1 - £2749 @ HiFi Confidential
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Hi, first time poster, I know this is a very expensive telly, but seems a really good deal, anyone have dealing with this company before?
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Tony_DR

Xbox One X is firmware upgradeable to HDMI 2.1 and that came out last year. So clearly it's possible for manufacturers to choose to support it now.

Tony_DR

The sound system in the A8 has an additional subwoofer. And it's thinner for wall mounting.

Tony_DR

Quite, so it's free versus paid for and has a lot of momentum e.g. Samsung, Panasonic, Xbox, Amazon, Warner Bros, etc. Therefore it would be nuts to spend £3k on a set that doesn't show any signs of supporting it.

Sandman66

Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t HDR10+ simply a rival to Dolby Vision? From what I’ve read (not loads tbh) it offers little more. The benefit is to the manufacturers rather than the consumer in that they don’t have to pay a Dolby licensing fee. With regard to the AF8, it appears to simply be a re-skinned A1 with a different mount. You say the speakers are better, but from what I have seen they are the same. The the only tangible benefit I can see is that the AF8 will lead to a price drop for the A1.

Tony_DR

You would have to be mad to spend this much on a TV that doesn't support the latest HDR10+ standard. Especially if you use an Xbox One as it's coming to that soon. Not to mention that the A8 comes out soon which has better sound and a lower wall mount profile with the same display panel.

Sony STR-DN1080 1080 Hifi confidential £449 @ HiFi Confidential
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Had my eye on this receiver and noticed a bit of a price drop. May come in handy for a price match with richer sounds etc.
dush_yant

You could get away with keeping your 1040. You only need hdcp 2.2 for 4K sources. You could keep your 1040 and get a 4K Bluray player which has a second hdmi. First hdmi goes to your TV for 4K video and the 2nd HDMI to your 1040 for audio. All your other 1080p sources will still go through your 1040. As for Sky, use the Sky box’s digital out.

manapausejp

So basically anywhere! Funny as I'd only searched hotuk and nothing had come up :) maybe I'll be able to pick one up in new year as my sony 1040 doesn't do hdcp 2+

dush_yant

Richersounds will gladly set both up in their demo room for you to compare.

DonAndy

I have I have considered the denon but it's hard too find any reviews online and the only direct comparison review is what Hi hifi, and the Sony comes out on top. Reading av forums some users are caining the overall build quality of denon products while praising them for being ahead of the curve and Sony just following the rest of the pack. The price of the denon appeals to me massively but I don't want to end up getting something just because it is cheaper and the end up regretting it later. Dilemmas

dush_yant

http://petertyson.co.uk/index.php/denon-avr-x2400h-av-receiver.html hughes.co.uk/product/audio/hifi-and-speakers/av-amplifier-and-receiver/denon/avrx2400hbke2gb sevenoakssoundandvision.co.uk/p-37600-denon-avr-x2400h-av-receiver.aspx richersounds.com/denon-avrx2400-blk.html

LG UP970 4K UHD Player £149 @ HiFi Confidential
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LG UP970 This is the cheapest I’ve seen this player the next best price is Amazon @ £199! Hope this deal will suit someone 👌🏼 LG’s Latest 4K blu-ray Player featu… Read more
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deeky

OOS, expired.

5Rivers79

Hot deal but none in stock?

Swanny3339

Tried to price match with RicherSounds but unit is not in stock so no price match offered

fireman1

I like that its out of stock yet at a special In stock price!

mreriksen

Just two apps available, Netflix and YouTube. Doesn't have app store either :(

Great Sony KD49XE90005 TV for a great Price - £949 @ Hifi Confidential
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If you are looking at this deal you probably already know about this TV. What HiFi 2017 Best 47-52 inch TV Award winner. This is easily the best deal out there from what seems to b… Read more
Enet

Thats not quite right. Here reviews from Rtings.com: "Good all-round brightness. Even the worst cases such as sustained 100% window remain very bright. With 'Auto Local Dimming' and 'X-tended Dynamic Range' set to 'High' the X900E is able to make small areas very bright, and maintain this high brightness over time without fading." Here is a review for the XE93 (my edit in brackets) "The Sony X930D (UK XE93) can get very bright. For really bright highlights, both 'Auto local dimming' and 'X-tended Dynamic Range' have to be set to 'High'. Unfortunately, the TV brightness is also very unstable, and varies a lot when there is only a small highlight on the screen" The HDR on the XE90 is very good. What they do say is that there are brighter TVs like the XE93 series. I wouldn't buy a HDR TV which doesn't actually give you HDR. Check out the a review from the same site for the XE85 series "Decent HDR peak brightness. The TV is consistently bright when watching any content, however its lack of local dimming prevents it from making small highlights as bright as intended.." Also the XE93 is also quite a bit more expensive than the X9005 from what I have seen.

Enet

Typo mate I meant less than 1400. Fixed!

MIDURIX

Why are you now looking for an OLED which is less than £1300, no one said that exists. I stated £1350, which is true.

MIDURIX

KU is K series Ultra, KS is K series Super Ultra, MU is M series Ultra. 65" versions of the KS9000/9500 were going for rather cheap when they got discontinued and they blow all the MU ones away, KS7000 does that also. The XE93 is a better tv than the KS7000, but I'm not sure about the XE90. What't the point of HDR and all these things if the tv can't show it off because it doesn't go very bright. XE93 is literally twice as bright, or that's what reviews say. Colours on XE90 are meant to be fantastic though compared to the slightly skewed ones you get on other sets, plus FALD is great.

Enet

I was wandering about the KS7000. I have seen people complain that the 2006 Samsung models (like the KS7000) are better than the new MU models. Do you think that the KS7000 is an overall better TV than the XE90?

Sony STR-DN1080 at Hi-fi Confidential for £449
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Best price I've seen for an award winning amp!
mreriksen

I got it, good sound for the money. The user interface and the menu is shite, and is quite slow compared to most AVRs. With that being said, I had to return Yamaha 683 and keep this one, as Sony wipes the floor with Yammy, better in every single way, except the UI of course :D

tempt

Have some heat for a known brand AVR!!!

Sony 49XE9005 TV @ Hifi Confidential for £1,149 with free soundbar + 5 year guarantee + free delivery
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Sony 49XE9005 available for £1,149 which includes a Sony HTCT290 soundbar which seems to retail for £199. The deal also includes 5 year guarantee and free delivery. TV alone sell… Read more
MrMini748

This 5 years, free soundbar, deal was on powerdirect.co.uk for £1099 until earlier today - it changed to £1199 minutes before I walked into RicherSounds to price check!

Greentrunk

@mobily having the set now for almost a week, would you say its money well spent?

Greentrunk

@mobily Sounds good! Theres lots of stuff around about the Youview stuff and disabling it either on here or via Google. Sounds like your loving it! Im certainly leaning more towards this as my first 4k set now. Does standard HD freeview look good on it?

mobily

Had a couple of hours tweaking and have the following views: - Picture quality is very good when you can get the settings right. I'm still not convinced I have the best settings but it's getting there. - The picture does degrade quite considerably at an angle of 30 degrees. The image looks washed out, even the wife noticed it! Could be an issue if you watch it at an angle regularly. - YouView. What the hell is this rubbish? It's slow, randomly disappears and generally annoying. Currently trying to figure out how to disable it and just use Freeview. - 4k videos on YouTube are excellent (no HDR though). I haven't tried Netflix yet which apparently does have HDR. - The TV can be sluggish I.e press the action menu and it can be a couple of seconds before the menu appears. - Haven't noticed any DSE or dark corners. It seems very uniform. - Motion is good but I'm still unsure of the right settings. The main thing to impress is the picture quality and let's face it that is what you want in a TV.

robertjroy

I'm interesting in this one as seems to be a good middle ground for a 4k set, but wondering if it's worth waiting to 2018 models?

Q Acoustics Media 4 Soundbar with FREE Delivery & Optical cable £249 @ Hifi confidential
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Includes Optical Digital Cable & Free Delivery & 2 Year warranty. 5 Star review WHAT HI-FI: https://www.whathifi.com/q-acoustics/media-4/review Around £30 cheaper than… Read more
joeymcjoe

Gone.

k3lvin1

I had a demo on the M4 yesterday and it just sounded like noise. I just ordered the BT3s, looking forward to setting them up.

androidavis

I settled on the BT3 in the end. Better than what soundbars can do, and plus it's then an amazing Bluetooth speaker for spotify in the living room. I have since added a second hand BK subwoofer (xls200 mk2) to it and it's now heaven. I think quite a few people have this combo and some people have commented on this set up on av forums over the last few years.

Johnsteer1221

Gone now Gutted

sootyvrs

I was interested in this model but unfortunately it's just a little wide to fit on my TV stand... Not sure if it will sound OK located on the floor under the stand?

Yamaha YSP-1600 Slim MusicCast Sound Projector Soundbar-Silver - £339 @ Hifi Confidential
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Yamaha YSP- 1600 soundbar reduced from £499 to £339. Comes with 2 year warranty, free 1.5 HDMI cable and free delivery* This stylishly slim Soundbar featuring Digital Sound Projec… Read more
steveex

If you dont mind second hand, you can occasionally get a real bargain. I have seen several Samsung HW-F751 & H751's go for circa £150 since Christmas. Absolute steal.

psbhandal

slightly off topic! anybody know the best soundbar to get for no more then £200? just bought the ue55ks7000 so need something to go with this. have no idea about sound systems etc so any help would be appreciated

EastLondon

Apologies blonde moment.

pippins86

I'm talking about silver soundbar not black.

EastLondon

Now £349 You sure not online as well

LG BH9540TW 9.1ch 3D Blu-ray™ Home Cinema with Rear Wireless Speakers - HiFi Confidential - £569
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Been looking into a home cinema stuff recently and came upon this yesterday. It's currently £639 at Amazon and £649 at John Lewis (who will price match). A mix of reviews on those … Read more
andysfast

I've got one and it's amazing it sounds like 9.1 because there are small speakers in the top of the tall speakers, they are all wired separately from the amp. It works well with sky q. It's got good inputs and outputs and is good quality all round. I was happy paying £699.

Coolio103

Hi, just thought i'd comment on this. I've had 2 of these in the last 6 months, twice the blu-ray/amp box has gone dead. The second time I had to talk to LG who informed me it was beyond economical repair and had to be sent back to retailer. (its a 17kg box 1m long, not cheap) Luckily both times I've had it refunded, it is a brilliant alternative to separates but just worth bearing in mind. There is also a review on amazon stating this happened to them too. This is also the cheapest price new.

donslibi

Somehow seems overpriced even though it's cheapest currently

MBeeching

They've got some gall calling it a 9.1 system. More like 5.1 plus virtual channels.

kreames

You would not want uhd bluray for this kind of money?

Samsung UE49KS7000 49" - HiFi Confidential - £789.99
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And the TV prices start to fall. It's not got long left, but I saw it and it seems to be a bargain! The Latest Quantum Dot Colour delivering over 1 billion colours, 64 times more … Read more
jonboyuk

Also in the US the 9000 is the 8000 in the UK. The 8000 in the US is the 7000 here. Stupid, I know

jonboyuk

​There are minor differences. Refresh rate, black levels, speaker output....

parkersblock

​No.

sircoynie

Are the KS7000 and KS8000 the same? This review implies that they are simply named differently in the EU (I am somewhat confused) http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ks8000

Shventz

Ordered the UE49KS7000 from Curry's online yesterday. £849 and if you enter code 50LSTV at checkout price drops to £799 with free delivery and 5yr warranty. Not as good as OP but worth checking if u work for a relatively large company you may well have an employee benefits site. They usually give a bit of a further discount for most the big retailers via instant vouchers. I got a further 8% off for Curry's, so total cost £735 in the end. Good luck.