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LG 65UM7510PLA (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Quad Core Smart TV, 65" with Freeview Play/Freesat HD - £579.99 delivered @ Costco
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LG 65UM7510PLA (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Quad Core Smart TV, 65" with Freeview Play/Freesat HD - £579.99 delivered @ Costco

£579.99£6196% Free P&P FreeCostco Deals
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Posted 30th MarEdited by:"idontflycathay"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Costco have reduced this good size LG TV by ~£40 with free delivery and 5 year warranty.

**UPD 31/03** - Reduced further now by £20

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Features
  • - 4K UHD, with 4K Active HDR, HDR10, HLG
  • - Freeview HD / Freesat
  • - Quad Core Processor
  • - 5 Year Warranty Included

Live in Wonder with LG AI TV

LG AI TV will expand your AI experience with the help of both Google Assistant and Alexa, allowing you to get answers to questions and control smart home devices all effortlessly with the power of your voice.


4K Resolution

Experience super realistic images with fine detail and vivid colour on a 4K display, which offers four times greater resolution than Full HD.

True Immersion, Even at Wide Viewing Angles

Wherever you choose to sit in the room, the IPS 4K panel’s wide viewing angle keeps you enthralled with spectacular realism, delivering almost 100% colour accuracy, even from a 60-degree angle.

Quad Core Processor

A fast and precise quad-core processor eliminates noise and creates more dynamic colour and contrast. Low-resolution images are up-scaled and reproduced at close to 4K quality images.

True Colour Accuracy

Even the slightest colour difference is accurately reflected to give you sharper, richer and more true colours.

4K Active HDR

4K Active HDR optimises every scene to deliver delicate detail and rich colour. The multi-HDR format, including HDR10 and HLG, coupled with LG’s dynamic scene-by-scene adjustment technology, lets you enjoy any video content in amazing HDR quality.

DTS Virtual: X

DTS Virtual: X will add another dimension to your sound. Sit back and experience the built-in speakers on your TV deliver sound from all angles. With sound coming from multiple virtual audio channels, it creates a more immersive entertainment experience.

Simple Yet Exquisite Design

The sophisticated and ultra-sleek design, courtesy of a slim bezel, allows this LG TV to add a premium design aesthetic to your space and enhance your viewing experience.

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£581 on Amazon
headshot100230/03/2020 13:20

£581 on Amazon


Agree it's a good option if you don't mind not getting the 5 years warranty.
idontflycathay30/03/2020 13:42

Agree it's a good option if you don't mind not getting the 5 years …Agree it's a good option if you don't mind not getting the 5 years warranty.


Really saving what 19 quid ? .
Sorry mate can't agree it's a good option there at all .It's a no brainer going with your thread as 5 year warranty would cost over 100 at least if it was a add-on and you also get 90 days to decide if you likey.
That's before you consider Amazon's antics
For any on a tight budget but want a good specked TV check out... costco.co.uk/Ele…351
headshot100230/03/2020 13:20

£581 on Amazon


Sacrifice an extra 4 years' peace of mind for 18 quid? Horses for courses I guess.
morrig30/03/2020 14:09

For any on a tight budget but want a good specked TV check out... …For any on a tight budget but want a good specked TV check out... https://www.costco.co.uk/Electronics-Security/Televisions-Projectors/Televisions/Hisense-H65B7500UK-65-Inch-4K-Ultra-HD-Smart-TV/p/306351


Actually, that's not a bad choice at all. The B7500 series has been highly reviewed by the technical press, including AVForums. It has wide colour gamut and Dolby Vision (therefore probably a better panel), bluetooth and unibody construction over the lesser spec B7100/ B7300 series.
Edited by: "hcc27" 30th Mar
IPS screen , nice
hcc2730/03/2020 14:21

Actually, that's not a bad choice at all. The B7500 series has been highly …Actually, that's not a bad choice at all. The B7500 series has been highly reviewed by the technical press, including AVForums. It has wide colour gamut and Dolby Vision (therefore probably a better panel), bluetooth and unibody construction over the lesser spec B7100/ B7300 series.



The guys on AVForums know their stuff, and they say its good starting point for proper HDR? The 7100 and 7300 models are basically the same except for looks, the 7500 is a big step up, you would have to pay a good bit more from other makes, especially with Costco price of £449.89 and their guarantee.
Edited by: "morrig" 30th Mar
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