It's back! LG 75UJ675V 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - £500 off until Tuesday - £1999 @ Currys
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It's back! LG 75UJ675V 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - £500 off until Tuesday - £1999 @ Currys

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Edited by:"blue_eyes777"Found 16th Oct
Get this monster sized 75 " 4K TV in time for Xmas at a thunderingly, jaw dropping £1999. DISCOUNT CODE - £500 off the marked price. Enter code TV500 at checkout.

I hear you say "But it's RGBW!". "It's not 3D!". "Spend a few hundred less and get the 55 inch OLED". "Get the Optoma 4k projector instead".

Yes, Yes, yes and yes!

But hey, it's 75 inches and oh boy, you will become the owner of a godzilla sized TV that will wow your friends and neighbours. And a terrific interface with the WEBOS 3.5.
It's being discussed here with some very positive feedback:

avforums.com/thr…37/


Enough with the puff - get on down to Currys to have a look!

And Nottingham Forest Football Club have assured me that for every TV that is bought, they will score a goal for me and we might be promoted by 2030.

Top features:

- 4K screen displays stunning pictures with impressive detail and clarity

- HDR supports the widest colour range currently available on a TV

- Comprehensive Smart functions cover all your catch-up and streaming needs

- Freeview Play makes catching up on missed programmes simple

4K‌ display

The 4K screen delivers stunning picture quality from any compatible source, including 4K Blu-ray players, games consoles, and the built-in 4K streaming apps.

From nature documentaries to sports, you can expect sharp detail on everything you're watching.

Active High Dynamic Range (HDR)

Active HDR gives your pictures deeper contrast and brighter colours for natural and realistic colour reproduction.

You'll notice it in films and TV shows more, with blacks appearing much darker without muddying the screen and making it hard to see.

Comprehensive Smart

The UJ67 has all of the terrestrial catch-up TV services - BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, and Demand 5, so don't need to plug anything else into it to catch up on all your new and favourite programmes.

There's also 4K versions of Netflix, Amazon Prime, and YouTube to help you take advantage of the TV's impressive picture quality.

Freeview Play

Freeview Play lets you scroll back through a week's worth of programmes and play them in your catch-up apps.

Top comments

My Lord. OP has given what he thinks is a good deal. and to a lot of people who enjoy watching Xfactor with the family on a huge screen at the weekend is great. ​OP has come prepared to defend his post with the typical boring barrage of TV nerds you always get with deals like this. Plus there is nothing worse than people with an I.Q of 15 just spitting.."rubbish this deal, TV is rubbish, buy a better TV instead". Just be constructive with your comments, people who have bought/seen this tv give a good opinion on what they feel is true. That is all OP wants.

Better off with a 55oled.

vassy11 h, 14 m ago

Web OS is the worst OS I have come across.


Web OS is by far the best OS on any TV that I have tried, and that includes Sony's Android, Hisense's latest and Panasonic, even the old version 3.0 is still better than anything else out there.

They say size doesn't matter, it's what you do with it.

And I'm afraid that's equally true for this TV - not true 4K (RGBW as you've identified), the backlight means quality isn't great and HDR is a joke. It'll amaze and wow everyone as long as it sits in your room, and isn't turned on!
93 Comments

Heat just for the description

Awful tv, edge lit on a 75 inch, that's just plain wrong, black levels on this thing will be non existent and the screen will be totally washed out.

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And how do you know this? It's not the opinion of those who own it:avforums.com/thr…37/

Web OS is the worst OS I have come across.

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vassy117 m ago

Web OS is the worst OS I have come across.

Really? Why? What reasons
do you have? Worst? Not according to this:techradar.com/new…5/5

It is cheap for a 75" but for me that's all it is a 75" screen that's doesn't really do a lot well. I watched this TV in action in Currys on Saturday. It suffered bad light bleed. Dark scenes weren't great as I found black levels not to be deep enough. Bright scenes looked good but not great. I found the upscaling of HD caused excessive noise in my opinion. But it is less then £2000 for a 75"

Better off with a 55oled.

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benjammin3163 m ago

Better off with a 55oled.

Predictable comment. Horses for courses. Some folk prefer size over quality. Some prefer to compare apples with oranges.

blue_eyes77732 m ago

Predictable comment. Horses for courses. Some folk prefer size over …Predictable comment. Horses for courses. Some folk prefer size over quality. Some prefer to compare apples with oranges.


If size is your bag, get a decent projector. This thing is an absolute turkey on every account. It's only purpose is to separate fools from their money.

vassy11 h, 14 m ago

Web OS is the worst OS I have come across.


Web OS is by far the best OS on any TV that I have tried, and that includes Sony's Android, Hisense's latest and Panasonic, even the old version 3.0 is still better than anything else out there.

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As per my deal info, I predicted that the detractors would spew their negativity and mention projectors and oleds. Completely different technology, prices, usage.

blue_eyes7774 m ago

As per my deal info, I predicted that the detractors would spew their …As per my deal info, I predicted that the detractors would spew their negativity and mention projectors and oleds. Completely different technology, prices, usage.

I compared this side by side with other LED Tv's and don't think it compared well.

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Smadmad50 m ago

It is cheap for a 75" but for me that's all it is a 75" screen that's …It is cheap for a 75" but for me that's all it is a 75" screen that's doesn't really do a lot well. I watched this TV in action in Currys on Saturday. It suffered bad light bleed. Dark scenes weren't great as I found black levels not to be deep enough. Bright scenes looked good but not great. I found the upscaling of HD caused excessive noise in my opinion. But it is less then £2000 for a 75"


A very fair comment based upon actually experiencing it.

That’s a hell of a write up mate, well done, initially thought you’re selling them yourself then realised it’s Currys. They should pay you for the effort

blue_eyes7771 h, 16 m ago

Really? Why? What reasons do you have? Worst? Not according to …Really? Why? What reasons do you have? Worst? Not according to this:http://www.techradar.com/news/television/6-best-smart-tv-platforms-in-the-world-today-1120795/5#


I find too many unwanted lg apps. Plus their browser is crap when compared to chrome

Tv looks ok but won’t buy if it causes forest to start scoring goals. #LTID

They say size doesn't matter, it's what you do with it.

And I'm afraid that's equally true for this TV - not true 4K (RGBW as you've identified), the backlight means quality isn't great and HDR is a joke. It'll amaze and wow everyone as long as it sits in your room, and isn't turned on!

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GiorgioDelGrosso3 m ago

Tv looks ok but won’t buy if it causes forest to start scoring goals. # …Tv looks ok but won’t buy if it causes forest to start scoring goals. #LTID


We need all the help we can get!

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Noct11 m ago

The extent to which OP is attacking everyone for calling this "deal" what …The extent to which OP is attacking everyone for calling this "deal" what it is -- an absolute waste of two grand -- is both sad and hilarious at the same time. Seems like a desperate attempt to justify his/her own purchase.


Actually - I've not purchased it. I think it's a good deal which is why I've posted. Any sane, reasonable person can see that I am not "attacking" detractors - I have welcomed comments both positive and negative if they are based on actually experiencing the TV, or at least giving reasons for their comments.

However, I do have a problem with these types of comments:

"Web OS is the worst OS I have come across."

,Absolute POS",


"This thing is an absolute turkey on every account."


Why do I have a problem with those types of comments? Because those comments are seeking to attack the deal. HUKD exists to help people. Unhelpful comments don't. Real debates using data do and can. Perhaps you have misunderstood the point of HUKD?
Edited by: "blue_eyes777" 16th Oct

My Lord. OP has given what he thinks is a good deal. and to a lot of people who enjoy watching Xfactor with the family on a huge screen at the weekend is great. ​OP has come prepared to defend his post with the typical boring barrage of TV nerds you always get with deals like this. Plus there is nothing worse than people with an I.Q of 15 just spitting.."rubbish this deal, TV is rubbish, buy a better TV instead". Just be constructive with your comments, people who have bought/seen this tv give a good opinion on what they feel is true. That is all OP wants.

Spend a few hundred more and get something like a Panasonic instead

Ah WebOS. Takes me back to my Touchpad days and HP selling us all out.

ThePennyPincher6 m ago

Spend a few hundred more and get something like a Panasonic instead

A 75" Panasonic for a few hundred more? Unlikely

I voted this hot, but personally wouldn't buy this TV. It's a 75" TV for £2000. It's probably equalivant of a 4k 43-49" TV for £650 feature wise. I voted it hot because you won't get a better 75" for that money. I personally prefer quality I own a Panasonic 65 oled and still have my pioneer Kuro.
Edited by: "Smadmad" 16th Oct

£500 and you can buy proper 4K tv like Samsung MU7000 with 10 bit panel and 5 years warranty. £2000 and 1 year warranty is awful deal really

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pavel7611 m ago

£500 and you can buy proper 4K tv like Samsung MU7000 with 10 bit panel …£500 and you can buy proper 4K tv like Samsung MU7000 with 10 bit panel and 5 years warranty. £2000 and 1 year warranty is awful deal really


That's on at £600 more after the code - so that's 30% more!

blue_eyes7777 m ago

That's on at £600 more after the code - so that's 30% more!


£2519 after LSTV10A code - way better value than RGBW LG with 1 year warranty for £2000

pavel7620 m ago

£500 and you can buy proper 4K tv like Samsung MU7000 with 10 bit panel …£500 and you can buy proper 4K tv like Samsung MU7000 with 10 bit panel and 5 years warranty. £2000 and 1 year warranty is awful deal really

This has a va display which I'm not a fan of. Has better black then the LG but colour reduction is better on the LG in my opinion.
The LG is a 8bit+frc which is classed as 10 bit the difference there is very little.

Smadmad34 m ago

A 75" Panasonic for a few hundred more? Unlikely


I picked up the TX-75EX750B last month for £2,700 with 6 years warranty. If you wait until the end of the month, the smaller shops reduce the prices of these larger sets to meet sales targets. You can use them to price match with other stores like Richer Sounds

I expect the Panasonic sets to really drop in price this month as the Panasonic 5 Year Warranty offer ended at the end of September which means stores need something else to incentivize sales.


I'd recommend anyone interested in this deal trying to find a 75" screen in store someplace to view first though. I wish I picked a 65" up instead now.

ThePennyPincher9 m ago

I picked up the TX-75EX750B last month for £2,700 with 6 years warranty. …I picked up the TX-75EX750B last month for £2,700 with 6 years warranty. If you wait until the end of the month, the smaller shops reduce the prices of these larger sets to meet sales targets. You can use them to price match with other stores like Richer Sounds I expect the Panasonic sets to really drop in price this month as the Panasonic 5 Year Warranty offer ended at the end of September which means stores need something else to incentivize sales.I'd recommend anyone interested in this deal trying to find a 75" screen in store someplace to view first though. I wish I picked a 65" up instead now.

Well as it stands its still £700 more I'm a fan of the 750b models but I wouldn't spend £2700 on one hopefully they come down to sub 2000

Hmm, if I were going to spend this much on a TV I'd either go OLED for quality reasons or for a 4K projector for size reasons. Neither is an exact replacement for this but the projector would give you 100-130" so long as you can control the light level in the viewing environment. Personally I went with a 1080p projector and love the image size, but then the sofa's 4.5 metres away from the opposite wall so even my old 50" plasma looked tiny at that distance.

Smadmad17 m ago

Well as it stands its still £700 more I'm a fan of the 750b models but I …Well as it stands its still £700 more I'm a fan of the 750b models but I wouldn't spend £2700 on one hopefully they come down to sub 2000


I would think they'd hit around £2300 by the end of the month without the 5 Years. Between Bank Holiday at the end of August and the last week of September they dropped by just over £600. Don't know if they'll go below £2000 anytime soon though.

Hmmm nobody has yet pointed out that you'd have to sit at least 50 feet away from the screen otherwise you'll see the pixels.

ScoobyStoo2 h, 31 m ago

If size is your bag, get a decent projector. This thing is an absolute …If size is your bag, get a decent projector. This thing is an absolute turkey on every account. It's only purpose is to separate fools from their money.



Yeah, I'd say same. Doesn't dominate the room either.

Not saying it's a bad deal but don't see who would want a 75in screen.

Worth trying topcashback to get £70 cashback aswell? Might not work though as you're using a discount code. Worth a try I guess.

Funny, the guy is just posting a deal at Curry's for a 75" TV for under 2 grand. That's it. It's up to whoever you might be, to decide if it's for you or not.
Glad I;m independent and free-minded enough to make my own mind up as to whether it's a good deal or not. Thanks Blue Eyes - for bringing it to our attention. that's what it's all about.
Shame about most people innit.

Great price for a 75" 4k tv, have seen some good reviews on av forums too.
Ignore the people that say it's rubbish because it's edge lit when they haven't even seen it lol
Like the op says there's always people that want to be negative on deals.
My advice would be to go and see it in person as it will be too big for most people but if it's not then a great deal if the picture is as good as people who have it say...
Edited by: "wonneil" 16th Oct

popolou2 h, 1 m ago

Ah WebOS. Takes me back to my Touchpad days and HP selling us all out.

As a eds/hp/hpe/dxc loyal employee I concur. The touchpad was great.

I can't comment on the tv but anyone deriding web os is just deluded. It's by far the best tv os on the market and I think it would have been better than android as a multiple device os. Reminds me of betamax v vhs

markweatherill48 m ago

Hmmm nobody has yet pointed out that you'd have to sit at least 50 feet …Hmmm nobody has yet pointed out that you'd have to sit at least 50 feet away from the screen otherwise you'll see the pixels.


You can increase your screen size by about 50% when buying from a 1080p to a 2160p set without changing your viewing distance at all.
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