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LG 65NANO866 65 inch, Ultra HD 4K Nano Cell, HDR, Smart TV £999 at Very
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Cheapest I could find £999 with 10% credited back to account struggled to find a better 65 inch TV for £900 or less. Checked it out in Currys and picture wiped the floor with hisense u7q and Samsung priced similar
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Very bad TV in my opinion. It's an ips panel with virtually no blacks and very very low HDR and even SDR brightness. I would highly recommend not getting this TV after hours of research for it myself. The only reason you would want this TV is for the single hdmi 2.1 port and alright response times. But hdr games and movies are just gonna look awful.
Edited by: "LiamSmith78" 31st Aug
What would you advise for same price £900 at 65 inch.
LiamSmith7831/08/2020 12:39

Very bad TV in my opinion. It's an ips panel with virtually no blacks and …Very bad TV in my opinion. It's an ips panel with virtually no blacks and very very low HDR and even SDR brightness. I would highly recommend not getting this TV after hours of research for it myself. The only reason you would want this TV is for the single hdmi 2.1 port and alright response times. But hdr games and movies are just gonna look awful.


Could you recommend a 65 inch tv with budget between 1500-3000 or a decent place to read about what to look for in a tv
Toddius31/08/2020 14:30

Could you recommend a 65 inch tv with budget between 1500-3000 or a decent …Could you recommend a 65 inch tv with budget between 1500-3000 or a decent place to read about what to look for in a tv


Honestly, I just wrote a whole post and HUKD just discarded it

Basically: watch this for good gaming TVs with good detail on her and see brightness:


Here's the same guy with a guide on all TVs:


Just to note, you cannot buy a Vizio m series or TLC 6 series in the UK so ignore them

I would recommend one of the following for gaming:

X900h - 1 x hdmi 2.1 port
Samsung q80t - 1 x hdmi 2.1 port
LG CX or C9 (or b9 and BX for slightly lower hdr and picture quality but still have hdmi 2.1) - 4 x hdmi 2.1 port.

If you don't care for gaming and are slightly anxious of burn in form OLEDs, then get the X950h. Really good TV with deep blacks, amazing picture quality and bright HDR and SDR .

ALTHOUGH, I'd you have a budget, I would highly recommend and decent 55" over a awful 65" anyday. Check your distance away from TV guide on rtings.com and check their individual reviews. They also let you compare the TVs and give scores to which is better for you.

But if your budget is £3000 max, get any of the at the biggest you can. Just don't get an 8k TV lol. Pointless

Hope that helped !
LiamSmith7831/08/2020 14:51

Honestly, I just wrote a whole post and HUKD just discarded it Basically: …Honestly, I just wrote a whole post and HUKD just discarded it Basically: watch this for good gaming TVs with good detail on her and see brightness: [Video] Here's the same guy with a guide on all TVs: [Video] Just to note, you cannot buy a Vizio m series or TLC 6 series in the UK so ignore them I would recommend one of the following for gaming:X900h - 1 x hdmi 2.1 portSamsung q80t - 1 x hdmi 2.1 portLG CX or C9 (or b9 and BX for slightly lower hdr and picture quality but still have hdmi 2.1) - 4 x hdmi 2.1 port.If you don't care for gaming and are slightly anxious of burn in form OLEDs, then get the X950h. Really good TV with deep blacks, amazing picture quality and bright HDR and SDR . ALTHOUGH, I'd you have a budget, I would highly recommend and decent 55" over a awful 65" anyday. Check your distance away from TV guide on rtings.com and check their individual reviews. They also let you compare the TVs and give scores to which is better for you. But if your budget is £3000 max, get any of the at the biggest you can. Just don't get an 8k TV lol. Pointless Hope that helped !


5 Samsung's in 6 years wouldn't touch one of there TV again. On the nano cell 65 I struggled to find anything at the sub 900 price point that could compete. Even the Sony 65 models seem outdated compared to this. And the hisense was next to it in store with terrible motion. I like the way the NanoCell screen sits on top of frame rather than inside like a picture frame. Also only telly I could see better in store were a couple of oled Panasonic LG etc. 65 inch though over £2200. So do think this is a bargain at £900
seanmc17231/08/2020 14:58

5 Samsung's in 6 years wouldn't touch one of there TV again. On the nano …5 Samsung's in 6 years wouldn't touch one of there TV again. On the nano cell 65 I struggled to find anything at the sub 900 price point that could compete. Even the Sony 65 models seem outdated compared to this. And the hisense was next to it in store with terrible motion. I like the way the NanoCell screen sits on top of frame rather than inside like a picture frame. Also only telly I could see better in store were a couple of oled Panasonic LG etc. 65 inch though over £2200. So do think this is a bargain at £900


I don't understand, I gave you some advice and if you don't accept that you need to pay more for a better TV or go down in size to afford it then do you do. It's a bad TV in terms of picture brightness, light bleed and terrible blacks. The only benefits are low input lag and better viewing angles. If you use this for just watching random TV shows or SDR gaming in darker rooms you might be alright. But if you don't care and just want a big TV for the lowest you can afford, then do that.
Toddius31/08/2020 14:30

Could you recommend a 65 inch tv with budget between 1500-3000 or a decent …Could you recommend a 65 inch tv with budget between 1500-3000 or a decent place to read about what to look for in a tv


Sorry, see my reply to op below
LiamSmith7831/08/2020 12:39

Very bad TV in my opinion. It's an ips panel with virtually no blacks and …Very bad TV in my opinion. It's an ips panel with virtually no blacks and very very low HDR and even SDR brightness. I would highly recommend not getting this TV after hours of research for it myself. The only reason you would want this TV is for the single hdmi 2.1 port and alright response times. But hdr games and movies are just gonna look awful.


I understand the advice you've given, but I would be cautious about basing your views solely on professional reviewers. By that I mean that most of these 'experts' are comparing TV's of all price ranges against each other - and that is not really a true comparison. So called 'bench testing' by experts is looking at details way beyond what the 'average' consumer would even notice.
Your comments above , such as "virtually no blacks and very very low HDR" and "But hdr games and movies are just gonna look awful." may be true when comparing to a true top end TV, but the LG Nano 86 is not in that league, hence it's price.
If you were to read reviews from real consumers - people who actually buy there products - you may get a more realistic view.
All in all, TVs such as the Nano 86 are decent TV'S. If you have 2 grand to spend, you could do better. As you said, if drop down in size, you could do better. In real world performance, this TV is much better than a TV at the budget end of the market.
Wasn't all that long ago TV's were huge square cubes.

These days ww3 breaks out over black levels and hdmi 2.1
LiamSmith7831/08/2020 14:51

Honestly, I just wrote a whole post and HUKD just discarded it Basically: …Honestly, I just wrote a whole post and HUKD just discarded it Basically: watch this for good gaming TVs with good detail on her and see brightness: [Video] Here's the same guy with a guide on all TVs: [Video] Just to note, you cannot buy a Vizio m series or TLC 6 series in the UK so ignore them I would recommend one of the following for gaming:X900h - 1 x hdmi 2.1 portSamsung q80t - 1 x hdmi 2.1 portLG CX or C9 (or b9 and BX for slightly lower hdr and picture quality but still have hdmi 2.1) - 4 x hdmi 2.1 port.If you don't care for gaming and are slightly anxious of burn in form OLEDs, then get the X950h. Really good TV with deep blacks, amazing picture quality and bright HDR and SDR . ALTHOUGH, I'd you have a budget, I would highly recommend and decent 55" over a awful 65" anyday. Check your distance away from TV guide on rtings.com and check their individual reviews. They also let you compare the TVs and give scores to which is better for you. But if your budget is £3000 max, get any of the at the biggest you can. Just don't get an 8k TV lol. Pointless Hope that helped !


Thanks for that I’ll have a look.


how comes they took your post down.i think this would be a great place to have various guides on various subjects
Toddius01/09/2020 17:33

Thanks for that I’ll have a look. how comes they took your post down.i t …Thanks for that I’ll have a look. how comes they took your post down.i think this would be a great place to have various guides on various subjects


Thanks .

Oh, sorry. They didn't take it down. I'm disabled and I press the hope button on my phone sleepless and when I do HUKD surely save it as a draft. It happened when it tried to reply to someone here but I physically couldn't rewrite it haha.

It all comes down to size or quality for the price. I believe a 55" decent TV is better than a bigger 65" with poorer picture quality .
LiamSmith7831/08/2020 12:39

Very bad TV in my opinion. It's an ips panel with virtually no blacks and …Very bad TV in my opinion. It's an ips panel with virtually no blacks and very very low HDR and even SDR brightness. I would highly recommend not getting this TV after hours of research for it myself. The only reason you would want this TV is for the single hdmi 2.1 port and alright response times. But hdr games and movies are just gonna look awful.


Virtually no black?! Pfffff that's such an exaggeration!
MCYounes01/09/2020 17:48

Virtually no black?! Pfffff that's such an exaggeration!


I meant the uniformity:

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I've heard these nanocells have extremely bad light bleed.... in fact some awful reviews and returns on Very.co.uk for these exact reasons!

I'm looking for a 65" and looks like its going to take a while....
replicant6901/09/2020 18:33

I've heard these nanocells have extremely bad light bleed.... in fact some …I've heard these nanocells have extremely bad light bleed.... in fact some awful reviews and returns on Very.co.uk for these exact reasons!I'm looking for a 65" and looks like its going to take a while....


Older model but a good peformer by all accountshughes.co.uk/pro…5bu
Edited by: "MCYounes" 1st Sep
MCYounes01/09/2020 18:50

Older model but a good peformer by all …Older model but a good peformer by all accountshttps://www.hughes.co.uk/product/tv-and-entertainment/televisions/all-televisions/sony/kd55xh9005bu


Thanks for the link.

I'm after a 65" but not prepared to pay too much. I own a 65 OLED C9 already, this next 65" is to go into our family room for the kids.... xbox, films, but doesn't have to compete with the main TV.

I've not had a good experience with Sony, and hate LG customer service even though I own LG!

Ideally I want to stick to around £800 tops, but I know that doesn't get you masses in the 65 range, however, it doesn't need to be perfect, I expect poor blacks just not awful ones like the Nanocell has.
Brilliant tv . Seen it in curry’s and picture quality was hardly any different from tv at £2000 price range
LiamSmith7831/08/2020 12:39

Very bad TV in my opinion. It's an ips panel with virtually no blacks and …Very bad TV in my opinion. It's an ips panel with virtually no blacks and very very low HDR and even SDR brightness. I would highly recommend not getting this TV after hours of research for it myself. The only reason you would want this TV is for the single hdmi 2.1 port and alright response times. But hdr games and movies are just gonna look awful.


What You fink about hisense u8q ?
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