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LG 49SM8500PLA 49" Smart 4K HDR UHD NanoCell TV £474.00@ Hughes
Posted 6th JulPosted 6th Jul
Good price for this LG TV. £474 with voucher code!

This is what the guys and gals at richer sounds use apparently when they are dealing with customer queries. Glad it helps! (y)


Does this have vrr?


Thanks man. That's a cracking website for comparing the finer details.


I have this tv...paid £599 in jan 2019 from Richer Sounds with 6 yr guarantee. I am very pleased with it


About 50hz I’d say according to I’m holding out upgrading until Black Friday or later in the year. The 2020 nanocells are rumoured to be better with the local dimming than last years. Check out av forums where there is a wealth of information on these LG panels.

Pure Digital Evoke F3 DAB+ FM Radio with Bluetooth - £95.99 With Code @ Hughes
Posted 2nd JulPosted 2nd Jul
Excellent little radio now reduced to 99 quid, made even sweeter that the code SAVE4 works to get it for 95.99 Carrying Strap/Handle : No Colour : Black No of Preset Stations… Read more

A genuine question, why are people buying these now with smart speakers being able to play almost anything you wish, I have owned internet radios many years ago but thought things had moved on. A genuine question, I am intregued


Too much for a radio. Doesn't mention recording ??


is there a version of this that is portable IE with rechargable battery?


Thanks man


Cracking deal and so tempting. Have some heat. Cheers. (y)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones II Silver - £215 With Code @ Hughes
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Posted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
Feels like a good decent price here Not as low as that insane Amazon Germany deal, but still a good price for UK current Headphone Type : Cordless Design Feature 2 : Volun… Read more

Out of stock! Bummer


Just a heads up these have a 2.5mm jack. I tried to use a vmoda boom mic on them for Xbox and it wouldn't fit.


Ok I'll take my chances with it. Do you think these Bose thingymebobs go better with a p30 pro or a HTC desire from 2012 ?


That's the new standard.


This one comes with a free fishing rod (please note that statement may not be true)

LG SN7CY 3.0.2 Soundbar with Dolby Atmos - £299 delivered @ Hughes
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Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
Good saving on this newly released atmos soundbar New for 2020 the LG SN7CY 3.0.2 Channel All-in-One Soundbar with Dolby Atmos and Dual Action Bass has been developed with Meridia… Read more

FYI, LG customer services have confirmed to me this soundbar has a 24 month warranty, not 12 month. It says 12 when you register the guarantee, but its definitely 24.


It's gone up to £399 now on Hughes website.


What would be better, this or the Samsung HW-N650 (£260 on ebay) or the sony ht xf9000 (£280 new)? Do the built in subwoofers compare on this to the other models i mentioned?


Yes got them email today to price match looking at the sony hrt3 now though for 179 woth rears but put off by the fan noise issues


For Atmos you need speakers firing sound up to create a bubble of sound. The 2 stands for two upward firing speakers.

ASUS VivoBook 15 X512DA - Ryzen 5-3500u Vega 8 GPU - £449.99 delivered @ Hughes
Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
Just ordered one of these for my kids birthday. Seems like a good deal and best I can find elsewhere was £500 and better than previous deal posted here . This will be perfect f… Read more
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Asked Hughes sales and they confirmed it is not IPS unfortunately


Excellent first Deal @EvertonMonkey . Thanks for sharing and a very belated welcome to hotukdeals (highfive)


@rmg its deffo not IPS, but its totally fine for what my young kid is gonna use if for. Some other good deals on this thread now too and it seems to have help a few others out so glad I posted it. (y)


Wow, I hadn't seen that, thank you so much for sharing that for me! That's a huge saving!


it's an average laptop. Main concerns are poor screen, not an IPS. Only the top of the range Ryzen 7 has it. And throttling issue due to insufficient cooling.

Panasonic Package Deal TX-55GZ950B 55" UHD 4K Dolby Atmos OLED TV + Panasonic SC-HTB900 Bluetooth Wi-Fi Sound Bar Dolby Atmos £1238 @ Hughes
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Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Panasonic Package Deal - PAN-SCHTB900EBK Soundbar & PAN-TX55GZ950B Oled tv Panasonic TX-55GZ950B 55" UHD 4K Dolby Atmos OLED TV Achieve high picture performance with the Pana… Read more

did it tracked?


I've just ordered, seems a cracking deal to me. Also possible 8.25% Quidco cashback if it tracks which would get it under £1200. To my thinking that's a £600ish sound bar for £100ish.


Prefer LG Oled Bundle (y)


Is the Panasonic warranty good?


I have the 55EZ952, lovely tv.

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LG Package Deal - LG-43UM7400PLB 4KTV + LG-SH2 Soundbar + LG CM1560DAB Micro System £377.99 at Hughes
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Posted 9th JunPosted 9th Jun
LG Package Deal - LG-43UM7400PLB 4K Tv & LG SH2 Soundbar & LG-CM1560DAB Micro System LG 43UM7400PLB (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV. The LG UM74 UHD TV combines … Read more

Tv itself is worth 299£ cant find it cheaper anywhere


Reasonable deal if you want tv and soundbar. This is a good choice as far as budget TVs go. TV was recently £266 on offer, soundbar is about £80 so effectively £32 for the mini dab sound system, which can presumably be plugged into the soundbar for added oomph


Only 100£ saving ? It’a more than that is it not ?


Great big package! Fantastic deal! :) :) :)


Nice package, Should be enough girth for most people

Samsung QE55Q90R 55" 4K HDR 2000 QLED £1139 @ Hughes
Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
Most popular tv and best choice for anyone looking to buy this at lowest price so far. You could also get 4% cashback through Quidco. Could possibly get a price match from JL and … Read more

ahh i see. Thanks @252Scooby_ . I don’t have an aerial. so i don’t get the freeview. 😞 But otherwise I am enjoying my HD & UHD content on the telly from Netflix & Now TV (Sky cinema). TV is great to watch during these late summer evenings and a feast to watch at night hours.


Once your aerial is in the connect box it should find all the freeview channels When re scanning so you don’t need a dish to get enable freeview , check for a software update that may help .


That’s very frustrating. Doesn’t it store them all? I am still trying to figure out how to view the free view channels without signing to BBC iplayer. We do not have sky/virgin box. Do i need a satellite dish/terrestrial cable to enable freeview? (confused)


Got my replacement and thank god it’s all ok picture is real , sound is good happy with it apart from 2 things the annoying films and that keep popping up (but have managed to get rid of them) you can’t have both Freesat and freeview so if I want to watch Freesat I have to rescan but then you lost the freeview channels and vice versa 😡


SD=standard content (non-HD) The quality of tv and picture is great for any HD videos or above. But for old movies they seem to be stretched and blurred (may be resulted because of screensize)

LG 49SM8500PLA 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with Nano Cell, HDR10, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos + 5 Year Guarantee - £466.65 With Code @ Hughes
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Posted 6th JunPosted 6th Jun
LG 49SM8500PLA 49" NanoCell 4K TV NanoCell TV, The Best LED TV from LG NanoCell TV is LG's most advanced LED TV that delivers superior picture quality with enhanced RGB colour pur… Read more

Like I said it's all down to personal opinion. Not going to get into a debate. Let people make their own minds up I guess. Many reviews I have seen describe viewing angles on the Samsung Q60R as 'poor'. And it's a pointless debate anyway as the OP has nothing to do with Samsung QLEDs - that should be a different debate altogether.


Limited is not "very limited". You wouidnt notice until a long way to one side. Not a problem in a normal room.


I guess it is all down to personal opinion, but the q60r, and the q70r for that matter have limited viewing angles. This is not a criticism, more a 'normal' feature of VA panel TV's. They are know to loose colour accuracy and look washed out when viewed from an angle. But then they have deeper blacks and better contrast than the alternative IPS panels. Horses for courses, as they say. Anyhow, the original post is a good deal for a decent TV. Certainly not as good a TV as the 'higher' end QLEDs from Samsung, but they are in completely different price brackets.


My parents have a Q60R and viewing angles are certainly not "very limited". I didn't even notice that it didn't have similar angles to my Q90R but handy to know it doesn't have the same tech.


Samsung Q60R has very limited viewing angles. Wide viewing angle 'tech' as you put only comes on the Q80r upwards. Then your in a while different ball park price wise.

Panasonic TX-58GX800B LED HDR UHD 4K SMART TV & Panasonic SCHTB900EBK 3.1 Wireless Sound Bar Dolby Atmos + 5 year Guarantee £808 @ Hughes
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Posted 6th JunPosted 6th Jun
Save £440 on Panasonic Package Deal - PAN-SCHTB900EBK (£599) & PAN-TX58GX800B (£649) Panasonic TX-58GX800B (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 58" with Freeview Play, Graphite… Read more

I’d pay £799 Atmos’t...not a penny more


Is a Great deal I posted 100s of TV deals if I need a new TV I would get this For Myself (y)


I voted hot as this is a great price for both and the 58inch was over £1k if I remember correctly at release last year. I have owned the 40GX800 for my bedroom for over a year and it's a great TV with the widest HDR support available on any TV. It doesn't get very bright as an edge lit TV and it's a great midrange TV often voted the best midrange TV of 2019. The soundbar is always very good. I am surprised this hasn't got voted hotter. Although I appreciate you can get a premium TV for a similar price excluding any Soundbar.

Samsung QE65Q80R (2019) QLED HDR 1500 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with TVPlus/Freesat HD & Apple TV App, Eclipse Silver £1079 @ Hughes
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Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Samsung's Q80R QLED TV lets you experience amazing contrast and captivating colour in all conditions, and receive personalised suggestions for what to watch next. Ambient Mode turn… Read more

Thank you for such a write up! I've actually gone for a C9 OLED, got a price match from John Lewis and then had some additional discount through my employer on top. Fortunately it will be used for gaming only so I haven't got to worry about anyone leaving it on. Hopefully I prefer it over the Q70R I've got now. Failing that, I'll go for a Q85R based on your write up! Cheers


Now remember I'm not a professional tester and I am judging this based on out of the box set up in movie and standard mode. I have to say I'm really impressed with the q85r. The oled had a slightly greenish tint to everything but looked amazing. Our room is somewhat bright and the kids were already concerning me by leaving things on pause on the kiddie channels. The samsung has a more natural look. The dark scenes are really impressive. Much better than my old Q7fn. There is is hardly any light bleed at all I can certainly see the difference between the old samsung and this new one. The anti reflective coating is really useful. We sit dead straight on to the TV hence I haven't got any issues with either regarding viewing angles etc. In summary for our needs I'm keeping the samsung q85r. It's a fantastic picture and much improved on the old samsung we had. I dont need to stress re screen burn and it works out cheaper at £1249. If it was possible to get the 65q90r for less than £1400 I think that would have been great but I dont know if I would notice the difference with the extra dimming zones If I didnt have any kids or the kids were older and the room had less sunlight I would have gone with the oled. It is majorly impressive and I certainly will make that switch in a few yrs time. I've never seen it properly in the flesh and the super sleek design and picture quality is outstanding. It's not as bright as the samsung but then I guess it depends on what sort of picture you prefer. However at £1400 or £1530 if i bought JLs extra warranty to cover screen burn I dont think for me it was worth the extra so it's going back. Hope it helps you out


Thank you for the reply. Haha, I can imagine exactly how you feel! If you could let me know how the Q85R compares that would be very much appreciated


A B9 is better but as you say probably costs more. But then a Q90R is better still.


Have to say the oled is amazing, does have a oddly greenish tint compared the samsung, but can defo say it looks amazing. Got the q85r coming today so going to make a decision. Have already noticed my kids have left the TV on pause whilst watch Nickelodeon. Dont think I can deal with the stress of that for the next few yrs. :D

Sony Bravia KD65XG9505 (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 65" Freeview HD & Free 5 Year Guarantee - £1,079 (With Code) @ Hughes
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Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Sony’s XG95 4K Ultra HD TV combines class-leading picture quality, immersive sound, and Android smart technology. With a Full-Array LED Backlight, cinematic contrast means bright s… Read more

In this day and age, that's a poor show! (annoyed)


Samsung don’t support Dolby Vision (lol)


If you watch black bars then yeah I guess the Q90R is worth buying... For those looking at the picture, they can go for non Samsung stuff. It’s good that we have choice.


The main thing is you are happy with your XG95. If Sony had put more effort into the build quality and number of dimming zones etc then I would probably agree with you and would not have needed to return it for my Q90R. Unfortunately though to market a TV as a HDR TV and to market the lense to screen strategy, when anything in HDR with black bars and significant blooming spoils enjoying a film was unacceptable to me. Clearly we have different opinions and actually having owned both TV's I know which one is superior in my opinion. No TV is perfect and unfortunately with small children that watch programmes with static logos then OLED can't be considered. Samsung are investing in lots of technology at the moment as I am sure all TV manufacturers but QD-OLED is only only avenue they are exploring with micro LED looking the most promising and should combine all the stengths of LED LCD and OLED with non of the weaknesses.


Xg95 has issues wit hdr & Dolby vision pic, blooming & subtitles lits up so much it spreads to screen & black bars, almost unwatchable

Samsung WW90J6410CX 9KG 1400RPM Washing Machine with 5 year warranty £409 with code @ Hughes
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Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
The new Samsung washing machine can complete your washing in just 59 minutes. It uses Speed Spray to rinse the clothes more powerfully. With the touch of a button, Bubble … Read more

They're more or less the same. For every one person you find who's had big problems with an LG, you'll find another person who's had big problems with a Samsung.


whats better washing machine? Samsung or LG?


Looks about right for the money, Luke warm rather than hot for me. The addwash is available for just £10 more from other sellers on eBay too at what appears to be the usual price...

LG OLED 65 B9 PLA 65" OLED 4K Ultra HD TV £1,503 with code at Hughes
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Use code BLC6 for 6% off at Hughes and Richer Sounds price match for £1483 with a 6 year warranty. Key Features OLED Ultra HD 4K Display 4K Cinema HDR / Dolby Vision / HDR10… Read more

I think so, as I spent long time debating between the two. See comparison,


Hi, just a quick question, would the B9 be the best choice bang for buck if you are connecting it to a av receiver? Is there a massive difference between the C9 and B9 other than maybe speakers?


Ah OK. Thanks for letting me know!


Spoke with RS earlier and since it was price match they said I would not be eligible for the voucher.


Might be worth trying John Lewis to price match as they have 100 pounds voucher. People are claiming it for 55" c9 price match with sevenoaks

Hisense H65B7500UK 65" 4K HDR Certified Smart TV Unibody - £559 delivered using code at Hughes
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Best price I have seen for this set. Dolby vision and proper stand over the 7100 Find yourself lost in the beauty of breath-taking 4K HDR resolution with the Hisense H65B7500UK.… Read more

Hughe tell me


Watford.. there were plenty when i posted that comment..





Doesn’t really count then.

ASUS FX705DT 17.3" Gaming Laptop 8GB RAM Ryzen 5-3550H GTX 1650 £729.99 with code at Hughes
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Am in the market for a 17.3" Laptop and this struck me as good value. I'm sure your voting will confirm either way! PRODUCT SPECIFICATION Laptop Type : Laptop Laptop Screen Siz… Read more

Definitely worth getting 1660 ti laptop (y)


Code doesn't apply


If you get laptop as said above go with 1660 ti minimum. Preferabky go for RTX 2060 or 2070. You'll be amazed with the framerates especially in 120 or 144hz. I prefer playing on my laptop screen now rather than my gtx 1080 gpu rig on a 60hz monitor. I will need to upgrade that monitor to 144hz after using the laptop (nerd)


unfortunately discount code doesn't seem to work on sale items


I'm wondering whether it's worth the extra for the Lenovo Y540 here: Definitely a 144hz screen and a 1660Ti which seems to comfortably out-perform the 1650 in gaming!

LG 49SM8500PLA 49" Smart 4K HDR UHD NanoCell TV £474 with code delivered @ Hughes
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
The LG 49SM8500PLA 49" Smart 4K HDR Ultra HD LED TV with Google Assistant lets you watch your favourite programmes or movies the way they should be seen, in incredible detail to … Read more

Where did you pick that up from and are you happy with it? Reviews seem mixed.


Alright, it’s all good though, I ended up getting the sm9000pla instead (y)


Looks like you can pick one up via eBay using the PICK20OFF code via Hughes Direct (for the same price) if you are still interested (y)


Expired Monday buddy


i this deal expired, I cant get the voucher to work.?? If anyone could help i'd appreciate it.

Panasonic TX-55GZ950B 55" UHD 4K Dolby Atmos OLED TV £1,099 at Hughes
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Best price I can find for a new one of these online. £1,099 with code FLASHSALE100

This hands down


You're very welcome @Synesok and I'm glad if you found what I said a little useful. I'm confident you'll be happy with the Philips (but as I mentioned before, both very good TVs you've shortlisted down to, just a matter of looking at your own preferences really to lean in a particular direction. The £100 saved being used towards beefing up your sound is definitely a good idea! Ambilight is pretty popular in our house and definitely can add an extra something in terms of immersiveness imo, or simply just be used as a bias light or switched off. The SDR to HDR conversion (Perfect Natural Reality) is also really quite good for non-hdr content and also worth giving a try. You'll have to let me know your verdict (y)




Thanks for that, I'm gonna get the Phillips. Because as you say really I'm probably not going to know the difference (esp as only one of them will ever be in my house) but the ambilight might be good and a £100 saving can go to better soundbar.. Thaknks again, appreciate it.


Hdmi 2.1?

£200 off Samsung QE65Q90R 65" 4K QLED TV with Apple TV App - £1,799 With Code @ Hughes
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Use code QE65Q90 at checkout £1599 free delivery

£1699 at Richer, £100 code on the page


This model.has 500 zone FALD amd blows OLEDs out of the water for HDR with about 4 times the peak brightness and wider colour gamut. Unless you watch TV in a dark room, these are better for HDR material.


This offer has been pulled, hasn't it?


Samsung led in the price of great oled. Cold.