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LG 65" 4K Smart TV 65 inch 4K HDR Smart LED TV Freeview HD £899 @ Richer Sounds
LG 65" 4K Smart TV 65 inch 4K HDR Smart LED TV Freeview HD £899 @ Richer Sounds

LG 65" 4K Smart TV 65 inch 4K HDR Smart LED TV Freeview HD £899 @ Richer Sounds

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Enjoy stunning clarity on a big 65 inch screen, with this HDR-equipped LG 65" TV.

4K Ultra HD TV - Ultimate Detail
With 4K UHD screen resolution, this 65 inch LG TV 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 the LG's generous 65" 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.

HDR Pro - High Dynamic Range for superb contrast
Taking 4K UHD one stage further, this LG 65" TV 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.

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.

Freeview Play for catch-up TV
Freeview Play makes catch-up TV easy. Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, the ITV Hub, All4 and Demand 5 sitting alongside over 60TV Channels and up to 15 HD channels. Simply scroll back in your TV guide to watch shows you missed from the last 7 days. Just make sure your TV is connected to the internet and you're good to go.

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.

See the bigger picture, clearer than ever, with this LG 65" HDR bargain.

26 Comments

8 or 10 bit?

Shakeyyy

8 or 10 bit?



The question is irrelevant, It's a UH615 so it's not even wide gamut.

brilliant price

EndlessWaves

The question is irrelevant, It's a UH615 so it's not even wide gamut.



Another arm chair except with no idea what wide colour and 10bit means...

BigVern1984

Another arm chair except with no idea what wide colour and 10bit means...



Very basically, colour gamut has nothing to do with 8/10bit images. Any bit image could be displayed over a very wide colour gamut. Any colour gamut could display any bit image. Both can be useful, but they are not connected.

Is this particular set with buying at this price though?

This or a standard 65 inch full hd Samsung UE65J6250?

Rob_1304

Is this particular set with buying at this price though?



I'd say no the overall spec is very poor, right now you can get a Hisense 65M7000 for the same price it has a far better specification.

right now you can get a Hisense 65M7000 for the same price it has a far … right now you can get a Hisense 65M7000 for the same price it has a far better specification



Where's that? Cheapest I could see is £1099.

BigVern1984

Very basically, colour gamut has nothing to do with 8/10bit images. Any … Very basically, colour gamut has nothing to do with 8/10bit images. Any bit image could be displayed over a very wide colour gamut. Any colour gamut could display any bit image. Both can be useful, but they are not connected.



And if we were talking about a computer monitor that would be a valid point.

But this is a TV so the only time a 10-bit panel matters is for HDR content and this has none of the other hardware needed to display HDR.

walbor

Where's that? Cheapest I could see is £1099.



My bad i quicky used google search using Hisense M7000 as my keywords the first entry was showing £899 for a 65 inch at AO turns out it's a K5510 not a M7000 .

good find op, heat added

I'm on the look out for a new TV as mine died a couple of weeks ago.....there seemed to be loads of good deals around Christmas time (picked up a nice Hisense for my nephew) but typically now I need one there isn't much about.

I'm looking for something between 50" and 65" and I'm willing to pay up to £1,000.00.....but hoping to pay in the region of £500.00.

It seems like a bit of a minefield with all the talk of 8bit/10bit etc, so any useful buying advice would be much appreciated as would any would recommendations and deals.

The fact this LG TV is A++ energy rated is a big plus point for me.....?

Thanks.
Edited by: "iamthegr81" 28th Feb

What model number is this?

iamthegr81

I'm on the look out for a new TV as mine died a couple of weeks … I'm on the look out for a new TV as mine died a couple of weeks ago.....there seemed to be loads of good deals around Christmas time (picked up a nice Hisense for my nephew) but typically now I need one there isn't much about.I'm looking for something between 50" and 65" and I'm willing to pay up to £1,000.00.....but hoping to pay in the region of £500.00.It seems like a bit of a minefield with all the talk of 8bit/10bit etc, so any useful buying advice would be much appreciated as would any would recommendations and deals.The fact this LG TV is A++ energy rated is a big plus point for me.....?Thanks.



I suggest you go look in the shop at this model and others. LG make good enough TVs for most people, as do Sony and Samsung. Mostly, its personal choice that matters, if you like the look of it buy it.

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iamthegr81

I'm on the look out for a new TV as mine died a couple of weeks … I'm on the look out for a new TV as mine died a couple of weeks ago.....there seemed to be loads of good deals around Christmas time (picked up a nice Hisense for my nephew) but typically now I need one there isn't much about.I'm looking for something between 50" and 65" and I'm willing to pay up to £1,000.00.....but hoping to pay in the region of £500.00.It seems like a bit of a minefield with all the talk of 8bit/10bit etc, so any useful buying advice would be much appreciated as would any would recommendations and deals.The fact this LG TV is A++ energy rated is a big plus point for me.....?Thanks.



I think you should try to get the best you can, so dont go in the £500 range, most spend most their time infront of a tv so why not invest all the money you can?

I think 65 inch, as with 4k its better to go bigger

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iamthegr81

I'm on the look out for a new TV as mine died a couple of weeks … I'm on the look out for a new TV as mine died a couple of weeks ago.....there seemed to be loads of good deals around Christmas time (picked up a nice Hisense for my nephew) but typically now I need one there isn't much about.I'm looking for something between 50" and 65" and I'm willing to pay up to £1,000.00.....but hoping to pay in the region of £500.00.It seems like a bit of a minefield with all the talk of 8bit/10bit etc, so any useful buying advice would be much appreciated as would any would recommendations and deals.The fact this LG TV is A++ energy rated is a big plus point for me.....?Thanks.



Sorry for your lost, whens the funeral? X)

Nice tv.....this price is edging towards buying Oled for me though....prices are dropping so soon a bit more money would get the Oled?
I got the LG 930 for £900 (display model,six year warranty) not 4K granted..but brilliant tv

gazman090970

I'd say no the overall spec is very poor, right now you can get a Hisense … I'd say no the overall spec is very poor, right now you can get a Hisense 65M7000 for the same price it has a far better specification.



Agreed.

EndlessWaves

And if we were talking about a computer monitor that would be a valid … And if we were talking about a computer monitor that would be a valid point.But this is a TV so the only time a 10-bit panel matters is for HDR content and this has none of the other hardware needed to display HDR.



Honestly no, HDR is based around a colour gamut which the film industry to end TVs can use. And as I said before, gamut and bits are unrelated. A wide gamut can give a increased max/min RANGE of colour, bits gives more small steps of colour difference within a any givin gamut, bits do not increase the visible range (gamut). So HDR can work well on 8bit, promise!

EndlessWaves

And if we were talking about a computer monitor that would be a valid … And if we were talking about a computer monitor that would be a valid point.But this is a TV so the only time a 10-bit panel matters is for HDR content and this has none of the other hardware needed to display HDR.



Honestly no, HDR is based around a colour gamut which the film industry to end TVs can use. And as I said before, gamut and bits are unrelated. A wide gamut can give a increased max/min RANGE of colour, bits gives more small steps of colour difference within a any givin gamut, bits do not increase the visible range (gamut). So HDR can work well on 8bit, promise!

iamthegr81

I'm on the look out for a new TV as mine died a couple of weeks … I'm on the look out for a new TV as mine died a couple of weeks ago.....there seemed to be loads of good deals around Christmas time (picked up a nice Hisense for my nephew) but typically now I need one there isn't much about.I'm looking for something between 50" and 65" and I'm willing to pay up to £1,000.00.....but hoping to pay in the region of £500.00.It seems like a bit of a minefield with all the talk of 8bit/10bit etc, so any useful buying advice would be much appreciated as would any would recommendations and deals.The fact this LG TV is A++ energy rated is a big plus point for me.....?Thanks.



I have a very similar model to this one, and it's an excellent TV.

walbor

Where's that? Cheapest I could see is £1099.


Can U tell where you buy the 65M7000 for £899?? I think you are dreaming>>>>>

If you are still looking for a T.V then the best option right now is to go with SAMSUNG KS7000 55"

It will fit your budget and its a very high end and top of the class T.V

You will be blown away by the picture quality

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alifurqanqureshi

If you are still looking for a T.V then the best option right now is to … If you are still looking for a T.V then the best option right now is to go with SAMSUNG KS7000 55"It will fit your budget and its a very high end and top of the class T.V You will be blown away by the picture quality



​I love this TV and have been in Richer Sounds to view it. I'm told that it does suffer with input lag though. So if your planning to plug your X-box or PlayStation be aware.
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