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LG 55SM9800PLA NanoCell Cinema HDR 4K Ultra HD LED TV £849 With Code @ Hughes
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LG 55SM9800PLA NanoCell Cinema HDR 4K Ultra HD LED TV £849 With Code @ Hughes

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Posted 23rd Dec 2019

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  • Transform your home experience into a cinema experience with crystal clear audio, thanks to Dolby Surround. Further enhancing the immersive experience and perfectly complimenting the clarity of the image.
  • LG NanoCell TV is perfect for gamers. With ultra-low input lag, this means the difference between victory and defeat and thanks to 4K and HDR, cinematic images get the most immersive experience with fast action and astounding colour.

Experience Nano Accuracy wherever you sit with the LG SM9800, maintaining its accurate colours even from the sides, ensuring a realistic picture that was true to the creators image.

Cinema HDR brings the filmmakers vision to the 4K screen as lifelike as it was supposed to be seen, allowing you to immerse yourself in cinematic glory. LG HDR uses formats including Advanced HDR and Technicolour for ultimate quality.

Powerful imaging quality demands high power, that's why the SM98 Series has an upgraded a7 generation 2 processor, using a deep learning algorithm in order to optimise sound and picture depending on what you're watching. The light sensor can detect ambient light, and the Intelligent Processor 2nd generation automatically optimizes image brightness to maintain a sharp and clear image irrespective of light.
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16 Comments
devinn23/12/2019 18:58

£10 cheaper on ebay with code …£10 cheaper on ebay with code https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LG-55SM9800PLA-NanoCell-Cinema-HDR-4K-Ultra-HD-LED-TV/392541764511?hash=item5b654ffb9f:i:392541764511


Didn't see the point in posting it, as it finishes at 12. but good that you've commented.
Any good?? How bright it it lol
Good deal, cheapest in Black Friday was £919.

It’s good TV, great viewing angles, colour and brightness good. It has some issues with local array dining owing to the fact it’s only for 48 sectors and suffers from some blooming as a result, so if you’re after this for dark room movies watching the Samsung Q85 is probably a better one to go for - but it’s more expensive so horses for courses. I’m happy with the SM9800 for a every day family use, TV shows and the occasional movie etc.
Imagine you owned a Samsung TV and then saw how much better LG panels are.

Glad I don't own a Samsung.
Wazzoo23/12/2019 19:32

Good deal, cheapest in Black Friday was £919. It’s good TV, great viewing …Good deal, cheapest in Black Friday was £919. It’s good TV, great viewing angles, colour and brightness good. It has some issues with local array dining owing to the fact it’s only for 48 sectors and suffers from some blooming as a result, so if you’re after this for dark room movies watching the Samsung Q85 is probably a better one to go for - but it’s more expensive so horses for courses. I’m happy with the SM9800 for a every day family use, TV shows and the occasional movie etc.


Every time I start looking I start at £800 then end up talking my way up to a Q9
DealJourno23/12/2019 20:51

Imagine you owned a Samsung TV and then saw how much better LG panels …Imagine you owned a Samsung TV and then saw how much better LG panels are.Glad I don't own a Samsung.


Imagine you bought this then realised for another hundred you could have got OLED
jumpinoffthbed24/12/2019 00:30

Imagine you bought this then realised for another hundred you could have …Imagine you bought this then realised for another hundred you could have got OLED


Imagine you didn't have an extra £100 to spare
mrsahdra24/12/2019 00:34

Imagine you didn't have an extra £100 to spare


Lol can't spare a hundred but spend 900 on a telly... priorities
jumpinoffthbed24/12/2019 01:00

Lol can't spare a hundred but spend 900 on a telly... priorities


Budget might be £900...
jumpinoffthbed24/12/2019 00:30

Imagine you bought this then realised for another hundred you could have …Imagine you bought this then realised for another hundred you could have got OLED


Imagine you have a young family who will hit pause and leave the TV on for the next hour, or have it in a bright living space that means you’re never going to need to see the deep blacks.
Wazzoo25/12/2019 12:03

Imagine you have a young family who will hit pause and leave the TV on for …Imagine you have a young family who will hit pause and leave the TV on for the next hour, or have it in a bright living space that means you’re never going to need to see the deep blacks.


I did this a few times with CNBC channel and my Panasonic plasma. Can’t see a slight burn in when static white picture but mostly never see it. Burn in does scare me with the many static and bright logos used by various channels plus scrolling bars of business networks.
Wazzoo25/12/2019 12:03

Imagine you have a young family who will hit pause and leave the TV on for …Imagine you have a young family who will hit pause and leave the TV on for the next hour, or have it in a bright living space that means you’re never going to need to see the deep blacks.


don't they have screen savers?
jumpinoffthbed25/12/2019 18:26

don't they have screen savers?


They do but the algorithms that trigger them are not very intelligent plus subject to user configurable. I set mine to trigger after a short amount of time and very hit n miss as how does the system know you are watching or ignoring doing other stuff.
Wazzoo23/12/2019 19:32

Good deal, cheapest in Black Friday was £919. It’s good TV, great viewing …Good deal, cheapest in Black Friday was £919. It’s good TV, great viewing angles, colour and brightness good. It has some issues with local array dining owing to the fact it’s only for 48 sectors and suffers from some blooming as a result, so if you’re after this for dark room movies watching the Samsung Q85 is probably a better one to go for - but it’s more expensive so horses for courses. I’m happy with the SM9800 for a every day family use, TV shows and the occasional movie etc.


Is the NanoCell technology more or less likely to suffer from ‘burn-in’? I don’t know whether to go for an LCD or perhaps this as the size and budget suits me.

hughes.co.uk/pro…pla
Benny526/12/2019 14:43

Is the NanoCell technology more or less likely to suffer from ‘burn-in’? … Is the NanoCell technology more or less likely to suffer from ‘burn-in’? I don’t know whether to go for an LCD or perhaps this as the size and budget suits me.https://www.hughes.co.uk/product/tv-and-entertainment/televisions/all-televisions/lg/49sm8600pla


Checked a while back and from what I can see there are no cases of QLED or nano cell burn in incidences. I love the OLED performance but really mindful of burn in having had a plasma for a number of years.
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