Posted 30 December 2022

JVC LT-55CF810 Fire TV Edition 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV + 3 Months Apple Music, Fitness, News, Arcade, and TV+ - £298 @ Currys

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Forget flipping between apps – you'll find all your favourite shows on the home screen of this JVC Fire TV. You'll see recommendations from Prime Video, Netflix, Disney+, and Apple TV – and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each member of the family can have their own profile, so your dramas won't get mixed in with the kids' favourites. It all looks great on the 4K display which is packed with detail and colour. HDR10 and Dolby Vision bring an even greater depth of colour and brilliant brightness, so everything looks more real.

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- Brace yourself for epic sound with support for Dolby Atmos, DTS Virtual:X, and DTS HD audio
- Alexa is built-in, so you can give simple voice commands, control your smart devices, and search for entertainment
- Pair the TV with your Amazon Echo device for hands-free control
- Freeview Play makes it easy to catch up on episodes you've missed from the past week – all on demand and in one place
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    Purchase a JVC TV = Stand in return queue when it goes wrong.
    I worked for Currys for 10 years and I was the numer 1 product that got returned.
    Don't do it they are cheap for a reason
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    Don't buy these. People will argue that they've had one and it's lasted since 1956, but I work for a retailer that sells JVC televisions (among other brands) and if we've 10 faulty TV's to send away for a repair or diagnostic, at least 8 are JVCs.

    They're cheap for a reason.

    Hisense are a fair shout for a better budget option, with the new A7H QLED worth the small bump in price from this POS.
    Thank you for recommendation. I ve been looking into tvs trying to decide what I want and its so confusing. Initially wanted samsung frame but than decided I want two tvs in two different rooms for the same budget. I ll look up hisense.
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    Just got rid of the 40 inch version of this I bought at Xmas last year. One of the worst purchases I have ever made. Gave it away as I wouldnt have been able to sleep knowing I took money off someone for it (edited)
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    I have this - bought from eBay, and it’s great. Only fault is that the Prime Video button doesn’t work (states it needs to update the app) but that’s the only thing wrong with it
    Did you update the app?
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    heat and bought
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    Is newer model so might be less glitchy.

    Memory holes + glitches mean restarts every now and again for older ones.
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    Had the 32 inch Android version, lasted just over a year . Bought Xmas last year for daughters bedroom. Glitchy and slow when it was working, but had Android pre installed so I thought it was the practical option for my daughter.
    Android integrated into a TV spells trouble.
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    Is this ips or a va?
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    Fall back is input device. The older model is 67% 5 star reviewed. This will be improved.
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    I bought the 43-in version 2 months ago a it works perfect no problems it's the same people that come on here condemning jcv what's the same story saying they are crap for my my point of view the good value TV perhaps in the past they had issues what since I've got mine it is worked 100-percent perfect I'm not a tech nerd and the picture not the whistles and bells the other experts think but I bought my 43-inch for £220 which is great value you can't really not go wrong
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    Add to my previous message the only thing I really can complain about is remote control is a bit too small all and forever when I pick it up pushing a button
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    If you are wondering 'How can they make a 55in 4K HDR tv so cheap?' - the answer is it's complete junk.
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