LG 55UH750V Titan Grey - 55inch 4K Ultra HD TV, LED, Smart with Freeview HD + Freesat HD @ Coop Electrical £919.99 with Voucher -Free delivery
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LG 55UH750V Titan Grey - 55inch 4K Ultra HD TV, LED, Smart with Freeview HD + Freesat HD @ Coop Electrical £919.99 with Voucher -Free delivery

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Found 25th Jun 2016
£959.99 which is the cheapest I could find this TV. However with the voucher TV40 this can be had for £919.99. Almost £100 cheaper than I can find elsewhere.

Please input voucher: TV40

With its 'best in class' webOS 3.0 smart tech and HDR compatible screen, the LG 55UH750V demands a closer look.

HDR - High Dynamic Range for superb contrast
Taking 4K UHD one stage further, the LG 55UH750V now boasts HDR (High Dynamic Range) compatibility. This extends the range of colours for enhanced realism. It also delivers brighter whites and darker blacks, helping to give this TV stunning levels of contrast.

4K Ultra HD TV - ultimate detail
With 4K UHD screen resolution, the 55UH750V gives a stunning picture quality. The resolution is four times greater than the more conventional 1920 x 1080 Full HD TVs and it's a difference you can see clearly on this generous 55" screen. Thanks to LG's 4K Resolution Upscaler, even standard FHD signals can be upscaled to near 4K clarity and detail - giving your Blu-rays a new lease of life.

The best smart interface is better than ever with webOS 3.0
Widely acclaimed as one of the best smart TV interfaces, LG's webOS 3.0 operating system is now better than ever. WebOS 3.0 uses superimposed icons, folders and side bars for clear and easy access to smart content without leaving the current screen image. New to webOS 3.0 is the ability for split screen viewing, letting you watch live TV and Blu-ray, for example, at the same time. Other new features include LG smart appliance control and access to the LG Music Player app playing through the TV's speaker system - even when it's turned off.

New "Magic" tech
Linking in with the new webOS 3.0 system is a range of "Magic" features. These include Magic Zoom for screen magnification without loss of image quality. The Magic Mobile Connection lets you stream apps from your smartphone, straight to the TV, for seamless big screen entertainment. An updated Magic Remote will now also operate the power on your set-top box, giving effortless one-remote control of your TV.

Cinema Screen style
The smart new tech is accompanied by a sleek new style. With the 55UH750V model, LG have housed the TV in a near bezel-less cabinet called, "Cinema Screen". With its marginal screen surround your can easily 'forget' about the TV and just concentrate on the immersive picture quality. Elegant and stylish feet complement the sleek style and suit easy integration with matching soundbars.

Stunning style, the smartest tech and a superior picture - the LG 55UH750V has got the lot.
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£679 at Amazon for the 55UF770V
Edited by: "quidstretchy" 25th Jun 2016
quidstretchy

£679 at Amazon for the 55UF770V



quidstretchy

£679 at Amazon for the 55UF770V



Not the same TV?
quidstretchy

£679 at Amazon for the 55UF770V

quidstretchy

£679 at Amazon for the 55UF770V


That's why I put the model number.

you're welcome
quidstretchy

£679 at Amazon for the 55UF770V



old model not hdr... ... ...
quidstretchy

That's why I put the model number. you're welcome



​So why bother putting an entirely different tv down then?
tesco selling £139 sharp tv
So many cold votes for this...any chance of you cold voters putting the link for a cheaper price. To help out people who are thinking about buy this.,.
It's my understanding from reading reviews that oled is far better than LED. Now, I know LED (and thus TV) has HDR, but I was under the impression that oled is so superior to LED that it blows the HDR function out the water. Am I wrong? For this price you could get a decent oled TV. Plus, doesn't HDR need a HDR source? There aren't really any HDR sources out yet, and when they are out surely oled HDR would be out and reasonably priced - in which case, is this TV expensive and redundant? There isn't a point in paying a premium for an HDR TV for future proofing if by the time the source is out, much better TVs are available. Am I right?
TheForsh

It's my understanding from reading reviews that oled is far better than … It's my understanding from reading reviews that oled is far better than LED. Now, I know LED (and thus TV) has HDR, but I was under the impression that oled is so superior to LED that it blows the HDR function out the water. Am I wrong? For this price you could get a decent oled TV. Plus, doesn't HDR need a HDR source? There aren't really any HDR sources out yet, and when they are out surely oled HDR would be out and reasonably priced - in which case, is this TV expensive and redundant? There isn't a point in paying a premium for an HDR TV for future proofing if by the time the source is out, much better TVs are available. Am I right?



There is 2 HDR devices out, Samsung 4K HDR bluray player and Panasonic HDR bluray player.

OLED v HDR set depends how the individual sees and likes the different visual fidelity.
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