LG 65UH950V Silver - 65inch Ultra HD TV, 3D, LED, Smart with Freeview HD+,Freesat HD - £1549.99 (with code) @ Co-Op Electrical
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LG 65UH950V Silver - 65inch Ultra HD TV, 3D, LED, Smart with Freeview HD+,Freesat HD - £1549.99 (with code) @ Co-Op Electrical

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Found 11th Apr 2017
Available at this price using code CP50

£1,599 at Richer Sounds, £1,749 at Currys & Amazon.

Link to LG site lg.com/uk/…50V

Product Description

IPS 4K Quantum DisplayBillion Rich ColoursULTRA LuminanceHDR Super with Dolby Vision™Smart TV with webOSSound Designed by Harman / Kardon™

HDR SUPER for LG SUPER UHD TV enables your TV to render vibrant colors and shadow details. LG HDR SUPER supports multiple HDR formats - not only generic HDR10, but also Dolby Vision, a more advanced, premium version of HDR that ensures the content is being displayed as it is meant to be seen.

See more of the colours you love.

An advanced 10 bit panel expands the colour spectrum that you can see, unlocking over 1 billion hues and shades on your screen. You get more reds in your roses; more blues in your sky, your entertainment is enriched to a level of vibrancy that was previously impossible.

Expand your contrast range with ULTRA Luminance. Enjoy brighter whites and darker blacks thanks to local dimming technology which lifts the brightest scenes to brilliant new levels and the darkest shadows to life.

Audio engineered by experts. With years of experience in high-quality sound Harman/Kardon is the perfect partner to design your speaker system. Now you can enjoy a whole new level of audio immersion.
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Nothing special for the price. I think this one is only of interest for those who want the thin look or LG's WebOS.
EndlessWaves

Nothing special for the price. I think this one is only of interest for … Nothing special for the price. I think this one is only of interest for those who want the thin look or LG's WebOS.


Ok, I thought the fact it had Dolby Vision was something unusual.
The richer sounds price includes 6 year warranty so I think that is the one to go for out of the deals on this TV.
scottishpunter

Ok, I thought the fact it had Dolby Vision was something unusual.



Support for content in the Dolby Vision HDR format is unusual, but it's of limited attractiveness when the HDR performance of the TV is entry level at best.

If HDR is important to you then there are several substantially better options for £2k or less like the DX902. It'll look far better on HDR10 content than the UH950 does on Dolby Vision content.
does have 3D. more info on amazon.
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