LG 70LB650V 70 inch 3D LED Smart TV 1080p HD Freeview HD £1999  @ richersounds
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LG 70LB650V 70 inch 3D LED Smart TV 1080p HD Freeview HD £1999 @ richersounds

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Found 12th Nov 2014
Hi... This is an amazing deal for quality 70in led.. best price I can find...

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Wait for it... (Any second now a comment about how pixelated people will appear with it only being 1080p...)

Not 4K and not a Sony.... LOL

Not an Apple Watch

Too big for most living rooms

31 ppi! oO

Good God, all I can see is Dot Cotton's ugly mug filling the whole screen. Yuk!

The girlfriends parents have a 70 incher DLP rear projection in their living room, 720p too and it looks okay if fed an HD signal

Woop woop. If that was 4k I may have picked it up. Worry about divorce threats after. Lol

70 inches of lego size pixels. Hot deal

Derek_Duval

31 ppi! oO



Come on. Its not a phone that you hold 10 inch away from your face. I watch movies at 150" on my 10yr old 720p/1080i projector.

People can say i dont need more than 1080p just the same as they can say i dont need 60fps over 30fps. Im currently typing on a 1080p phone. I notice a difference over my iphone 3G. To say that there is no advantage of 1080p over certain viewing distances clearly underestimates the clarity of my vision. I've seen a 4k TV and over this size its defo required. Do people not remember the enormous CRT TVs that had terrible terrible quality that people raved over at the time just because of its size?
Edited by: "maximoshark" 12th Nov 2014

Cold. Not even 5K

Just got one of these from Costco for the same price (I know, membership required so it's not reeeeally the same) and they include a BluRay player too. 1080 image on my current 70" Sony is fine for me, I obviously enjoy pixels Just a shame that the Sony is on its last legs but as least I get to 'upgrade' to passive 3D and a 40Kg reduction of weight - for the TV, not me.
Edited by: "KeithD" 12th Nov 2014

Dave must look rather poor.

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captainbeaky

Dave must look rather poor.



Poor Dave

Voted hot even though I would look for 4k simply for future proofing incase 4k did ever take off like HD has. Having said that I've no idea how much extra you'd have to pay for 4.

Cold, waiting for 8K 4D holographic model.

Lol this is not a deal, 42inch 4k lg tv is 580, why would this pixelated tv be justified for 2k?

Voted Hot, As would anyone that knows anything about TV's , Sizes and Quality

OK, it's big. But size isn't important. Is it? Please say it isn't. oO

If you only use this to HD game and watch Movies then this is a BRILLIANT buy. Normal TV won't be as sharp, but I am yet to see an LG tv with "poor" picture quality or colour reproduction.

Having had an amazing Pioneer Kuro 50" for many years (still going strong and and looking great!) I know my next TV will need to be 4K 65" at a bare minimum. 70" would probably be the sweetspot. If you're into movies then size (and good audio) is what gives you that cinema experience. Obviously this one cannot be compared to a 4K display but if you don't have a 4K display sitting right next to it to compare it to then this will do quite nicely......for now.

I personally hope my beloved Pioneer stays strong for a few more years allowing a few more 4K generations and prices to fall, then I think it's time for an AV overhaul

Why would you want bigger than a 50 inch?

I have a 50 LG 1080p and it's enough.

I don't think 4k or 8k offers much more viewing pleasure.

Taking into account; failing eyesight and having a bigger budget.

I can think of better things to spend nearly 2k on.

Whilst, I vote this warm. Go on then! Hot it will have to be.

It would be a better purchase of say, a virtual reality wear-anywhere headset and less cumbersome.

greyrider

Why would you want bigger than a 50 inch?I have a 50 LG 1080p and it's … Why would you want bigger than a 50 inch?I have a 50 LG 1080p and it's enough.I don't think 4k or 8k offers much more viewing pleasure.Taking into account; failing eyesight and having a bigger budget.I can think of better things to spend nearly 2k on.Whilst, I vote this warm. Go on then! Hot it will have to be.It would be a better purchase of say, a virtual reality wear-anywhere headset and less cumbersome.


I'm well into my home cinema. The only reason I didn't buy a 60" at the time was because there was around a £2000 price difference between that and my 50". I wanted that 60" so badly it just looked that much more perfect. Don't get me wrong I love my 50" but after a while you start to get used to the size and want that little bit extra for that bit more wow factor. The same thing happend with my PC monitor a £400 24" Dell, it was huge at the time and is still an incredible screen but now feel that a 27" would be the right size.

I agree with you regarding VR etc, that is the next big thing and I feel it's no joke how good it will eventually become. However much I yearn for it I don't think I could shell out a grand plus and be a 1st generation buyer. I know Gen.2 would make me feel sick.

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Hot like a weetabix

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OMG it's 3d as well.
wish this was posted last year. mines 50" and I have a bigger room than average so would have looked nice

Stone cold. Much better 4k tv, admidedly "only" 65" though can be had for same price with much better smart features and twin tuners.

I use a Panasonic 65" plasma telly. Purchased two years ago I set it up with a 5.1 sound system - a cheap one too from Richer sounds but with upgraded Tannoy speakers. My viewing distance is about 15 ft. Normal telly viewing is great. On Iplayer HD it is fantastic to the extent that I can see actors lined faces (yikes!) and amazing detail. On BlueRay (which i rarely play) it is amazing too. I am happy to stick with my telly for the next few years.
I have seen plenty of 4k tellies in JL and , yes, they are excellent but I am not too interested in seeing the hairy pores on actors faces - It destroys the 'magic'.
HD on my telly is fab for nature programmes and the like.
Is Plasma better than LED though?

We men know.. It's all about size that matters

gainsay

I use a Panasonic 65" plasma telly. Purchased two years ago I set it up … I use a Panasonic 65" plasma telly. Purchased two years ago I set it up with a 5.1 sound system - a cheap one too from Richer sounds but with upgraded Tannoy speakers. My viewing distance is about 15 ft. Normal telly viewing is great. On Iplayer HD it is fantastic to the extent that I can see actors lined faces (yikes!) and amazing detail. On BlueRay (which i rarely play) it is amazing too. I am happy to stick with my telly for the next few years.I have seen plenty of 4k tellies in JL and , yes, they are excellent but I am not too interested in seeing the hairy pores on actors faces - It destroys the 'magic'.HD on my telly is fab for nature programmes and the like.Is Plasma better than LED though?


In a lot of cases yes , waiting for led to catch up

Cold, I will be able to see it's pixels in my bathroom.

Hmmm, this might be very handy for work to replace our current RPTV

I personally wouldn't touch a 70" LG unless there was a boat load of positive reviews and not a single mention of issues such as DSE or banding. A 65" Samsung for £1600 is a better buy imho - Active 3D, better blacks and excellent smart features.

I think people going for bigger sizes is due to the prices coming down, most wouldn't have a 60" plus if they were still silly money. If you have the space and want a 70 inch plus screen I'd go for a projector. even a 500 lumen LED job looks nice on a white wall, granted it'll have to be dark but you will save yourself £1600.

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freakstyler

I personally wouldn't touch a 70" LG unless there was a boat load of … I personally wouldn't touch a 70" LG unless there was a boat load of positive reviews and not a single mention of issues such as DSE or banding. A 65" Samsung for £1600 is a better buy imho - Active 3D, better blacks and excellent smart features.I think people going for bigger sizes is due to the prices coming down, most wouldn't have a 60" plus if they were still silly money. If you have the space and want a 70 inch plus screen I'd go for a projector. even a 500 lumen LED job looks nice on a white wall, granted it'll have to be dark but you will save yourself £1600.



Richer sounds do give 5yr guarantee. A projector is ok but only 3-5000 hours and you have to change bulb. Service the pronector. Can't use in a bright room. It is a good price for a 70" for now but I know where you're coming from as the prices are plumetting whilst companies are competing to make bigger and better tvs.

gainsay

Is Plasma better than LED though?



When you're looking at the "best of the best" TV's ..... yes.

Such a big screen. For the size its great value for money you need a really big room for one of these though. LG tvs especially the top end ones are very well made and spec.
Edited by: "alera" 13th Nov 2014

Bargain price per inch
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