LG 75UJ675V 75" Smart 4K TV - £1499 at Currys
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LG 75UJ675V 75" Smart 4K TV - £1499 at Currys

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Found 16th May
Been keeping an eye on this and its gone down to the lowest price I've seen so far.

There is also a 1 in 20 chance of getting the TV for free which can be a good laugh but probably shouldn't buy it just for that...
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gopolog8621 m ago

suppose so, pretty much all the main channels have a hd channel in this …suppose so, pretty much all the main channels have a hd channel in this day and age, if you cant afford to get say sky or virgin for the extra HD channels than you are highly unlikely going to be able to afford £1500 for this tv.


Just becuase you don't want to pay for HD channels don't mean you can't afford it. I have an E7 and MU7000 arriving today but don't want to pay sky more money to watch them in HD when tbh they should be included as standard.
Edited by: "AJ92" 16th May
Cold. Its totally worth spending more for UE75MU7000 at around £1700.

Before anyone says "but I only have £1500" - well you shouldn't be buying a 75" TV then!
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£1500 for 3K tv with only 1 year warranty ?... sounds like a joke
So this is the lower end LG but 75". Surly image would be worse then a 43"/50" might even be able to see the pixels from the sofa and sd channels

Lol this review:

'Disappointing image qualitly, black image tends to light up almost like a street lamp which is very annoying. No where near as good as the picture on my 65 super ultra hd lg tv.'
Edited by: "AJ92" 16th May
AJ926 m ago

Surly image would be worse then a 43"/50" might even be able …Surly image would be worse then a 43"/50" might even be able to see the pixels from the sofa.


Only if you're watching something like Becker or Curb Your Enthusiasm...
pavel7622 m ago

£1500 for 3K tv with only 1 year warranty ?... sounds like a joke


i wouldn't buy but, its 75inch screen what are you expecting for £1500?
AJ9220 m ago

So this is the lower end LG but 75". Surly image would be worse then a …So this is the lower end LG but 75". Surly image would be worse then a 43"/50" might even be able to see the pixels from the sofa and sd channels


If SD channels are what people are after they probably don't need a 75" TV
this has the stand in the middle instead of the ends, so can sit on smaller tabletops, which is what I need. pretty decent price for the size
gopolog861 h, 0 m ago

i wouldn't buy but, its 75inch screen what are you expecting for £1500?


At least 4K panel like in Hisense 6800 for same price with 6 year warranty at Richersounds... not crappy RGBW panel like in LG - bad idea in this screen size.
£1700 which is only 13% more gives you Samsung MU7000 with 5 years warranty - much better spent money
What would one even do with 75 inches!??
pavel7611 m ago

At least 4K panel like in Hisense 6800 for same price with 6 year warranty …At least 4K panel like in Hisense 6800 for same price with 6 year warranty at Richersounds... not crappy RGBW panel like in LG - bad idea in this screen size.£1700 which is only 13% more gives you Samsung MU7000 with 5 years warranty - much better spent money


hisense is operating system is slow compared to lg web os which is the best around by a mile, ive had 2 hisense tvs and both been sent back to amazon with power faults so not a fan of them, and yes the Samsung would be a better choice but again its £200 more than this and not everyone can stretch that far, if you contact john lewis im sure they would give a 5 year warranty with this tv
Have to agree with other here, SD will look horrendous on at 75" on an LCD.

I'd only trust CRT or Plasma to look anything like watchable at this size. (I know that 75" CRT never existed.)
Masteryates55 s ago

Have to agree with other here, SD will look horrendous on at 75" on an …Have to agree with other here, SD will look horrendous on at 75" on an LCD. I'd only trust CRT or Plasma to look anything like watchable at this size. (I know that 75" CRT never existed.)


who buys a 75inch tv to watch sd tv though?
Cheap for what it is, 75inch 4K from a brand name but as others have stated you'll get better value for money from the Hisense equivalent and a quality VA panel with deep blacks and no RGBW to worry about (though i'm not sure they do RGBW on 75" panels)

As for pixels at 75" you WONT notice them when you're more than 5ft from the screen - low bit rate freeview channels will look blocky though as they do on most televisions regardless of size.....
gopolog8612 m ago

who buys a 75inch tv to watch sd tv though?


You wouldn't buy this TV just to watch SD. On the other hand, sometimes you have no choice. i.e. Blackadder 1 which I was showing an American last night.
gopolog8622 m ago

who buys a 75inch tv to watch sd tv though?


Well a better question is who watches sd tv? Answer: everyone who can't watch HD channels due to price or just not available. I watch normal freeview HD if the programs available if not then the normal channel same for sky as i dont pay for HD channels.
Edited by: "AJ92" 16th May
AJ9214 m ago

Well a better question is who watches sd tv? Answer: everyone who can't …Well a better question is who watches sd tv? Answer: everyone who can't watch HD channels due to price or just not available. I watch normal freeview HD if the programs available if not then the normal channel same for sky as i dont pay for HD channels.


suppose so, pretty much all the main channels have a hd channel in this day and age, if you cant afford to get say sky or virgin for the extra HD channels than you are highly unlikely going to be able to afford £1500 for this tv.
gopolog8621 m ago

suppose so, pretty much all the main channels have a hd channel in this …suppose so, pretty much all the main channels have a hd channel in this day and age, if you cant afford to get say sky or virgin for the extra HD channels than you are highly unlikely going to be able to afford £1500 for this tv.


Just becuase you don't want to pay for HD channels don't mean you can't afford it. I have an E7 and MU7000 arriving today but don't want to pay sky more money to watch them in HD when tbh they should be included as standard.
Edited by: "AJ92" 16th May
AJ925 m ago

Just becuase you don't want to pay for HD channels don't mean … Just becuase you don't want to pay for HD channels don't mean you can't afford it. I have an E7 and MU7000 arriving today but don't want to pay sky more money to watch them in HD when tbh they should be included as standard.


well that's up to you, i prefer to pay sky or virgin or whoever to get hd or 4k programs for use with my tv, otherwise you misewell have stayed with a crt tv, but that's my opinion
Cold. Its totally worth spending more for UE75MU7000 at around £1700.

Before anyone says "but I only have £1500" - well you shouldn't be buying a 75" TV then!
Horrorwood3 m ago

Cold. Its totally worth spending more for UE75MU7000 at around …Cold. Its totally worth spending more for UE75MU7000 at around £1700.Before anyone says "but I only have £1500" - well you shouldn't be buying a 75" TV then!


i only have £1500
"1 in 20 chance to get your money back when you buy any TV 55” or above"


This means there's a one in 19 chance of getting your money back if you spend about £500 on your big TV but if you spend £1,500+ then there's no chance.
gopolog862 h, 13 m ago

hisense is operating system is slow compared to lg web os which is the …hisense is operating system is slow compared to lg web os which is the best around by a mile, ive had 2 hisense tvs and both been sent back to amazon with power faults so not a fan of them, and yes the Samsung would be a better choice but again its £200 more than this and not everyone can stretch that far, if you contact john lewis im sure they would give a 5 year warranty with this tv


Completely irrelevant. I have 2 Hisense tvs include 75" 6800 without issue. The other one I have had for 3 years without issue. The software is not slow at all althoughts LGs will feel faster.
I have had 2 samsungs 7000 and 8000 series and problems on both after 2 years and 3 years. Just because your experience is bad doesnt mean everyone elses experience will also be bad. I would be willing to bet on it that the fault rate is the same for all manufacturers overall.

My 6800 is amazing however watching SD content makes me want to commit suicide, horrendous. But I didnt buy it for SD. I bought it for 1080p and 4k content.
Motion handling is better on a Sony EX900 series but thats £1000 more. Samsung 7000 series is about same as the Hisense.
Edited by: "Naqvi" 16th May
Naqvi16 m ago

Completely irrelevant. I have 2 Hisense tvs include 75" 6800 without …Completely irrelevant. I have 2 Hisense tvs include 75" 6800 without issue. The other one I have had for 3 years without issue. The software is not slow at all althoughts LGs will feel faster.I have had 2 samsungs 7000 and 8000 series and problems on both after 2 years and 3 years. Just because your experience is bad doesnt mean everyone elses experience will also be bad. I would be willing to bet on it that the fault rate is the same for all manufacturers overall.My 6800 is amazing however watching SD content makes me want to commit suicide, horrendous. But I didnt buy it for SD. I bought it for 1080p and 4k content.Motion handling is better on a Sony EX900 series but thats £1000 more. Samsung 7000 series is about same as the Hisense.


your comment is irrelevant!! lg will feel faster? that's because it is and has been proven to be the fastest operating system and best but that's (subjective of course), hisense tvs are the best of the CHEAP brands that is correct but cant compete in MY OPINION to the big brands LG SAMSUNG SONY etc
Naqvi18 m ago

Completely irrelevant. I have 2 Hisense tvs include 75" 6800 without …Completely irrelevant. I have 2 Hisense tvs include 75" 6800 without issue. The other one I have had for 3 years without issue. The software is not slow at all althoughts LGs will feel faster.I have had 2 samsungs 7000 and 8000 series and problems on both after 2 years and 3 years. Just because your experience is bad doesnt mean everyone elses experience will also be bad. I would be willing to bet on it that the fault rate is the same for all manufacturers overall.My 6800 is amazing however watching SD content makes me want to commit suicide, horrendous. But I didnt buy it for SD. I bought it for 1080p and 4k content.Motion handling is better on a Sony EX900 series but thats £1000 more. Samsung 7000 series is about same as the Hisense.


cant fault them for there prices as they are very good
gopolog8612 m ago

your comment is irrelevant!! lg will feel faster? that's because it is and …your comment is irrelevant!! lg will feel faster? that's because it is and has been proven to be the fastest operating system and best but that's (subjective of course), hisense tvs are the best of the CHEAP brands that is correct but cant compete in MY OPINION to the big brands LG SAMSUNG SONY etc


Cannot compete in what way? I didnt realise that Samsung had a Full Array led backlit tv with 2500nit brightness, local dimming with thousand zones quantum dot on the market for £3500 (Hisense U9 75"). They are still trying to fool people into buying £5,000 edge lit "QLED" tvs.

LG has an oled range and are the market leader in that technology but I absolutely hate the picture quality of oled. Not suitable for gaming and much duller brightness that leds. Yes blavks are great but tjats about it for now.

Youre mind is stuck about 10 years in the past.
Naqvi7 m ago

Cannot compete in what way? I didnt realise that Samsung had a Full Array …Cannot compete in what way? I didnt realise that Samsung had a Full Array led backlit tv with 2500nit brightness, local dimming with thousand zones quantum dot on the market for £3500 (Hisense U9 75"). They are still trying to fool people into buying £5,000 edge lit "QLED" tvs.LG has an oled range and are the market leader in that technology but I absolutely hate the picture quality of oled. Not suitable for gaming and much duller brightness that leds. Yes blavks are great but tjats about it for now.Youre mind is stuck about 10 years in the past.


as i put above if your happy with your hisense tvs nothing i can say would change that, hisense are a very good company with very cheap prices but as i put picture quality for me between hisense and the other 3 they win out everytime over the hisense
zee542 h, 51 m ago

What would one even do with 75 inches!??


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gopolog863 h, 54 m ago

hisense is operating system is slow compared to lg web os which is the …hisense is operating system is slow compared to lg web os which is the best around by a mile, ive had 2 hisense tvs and both been sent back to amazon with power faults so not a fan of them, and yes the Samsung would be a better choice but again its £200 more than this and not everyone can stretch that far, if you contact john lewis im sure they would give a 5 year warranty with this tv


Good luck then with your fake 4K 75" LG Tv for £1500

4k.com/lgs…-2/
pavel763 m ago

Good luck then with your fake 4K 75" LG Tv for £1500 Good luck then with your fake 4K 75" LG Tv for £1500 http://4k.com/lgs-2017-4k-rgbw-tvs-keep-offering-a-raw-deal-for-consumers-22793-2/


I would need a new house to fit a 75inch tv in it
gopolog861 h, 25 m ago

as i put above if your happy with your hisense tvs nothing i can say would …as i put above if your happy with your hisense tvs nothing i can say would change that, hisense are a very good company with very cheap prices but as i put picture quality for me between hisense and the other 3 they win out everytime over the hisense


This is what I meant; be specific. Which model numbers are you comparing. Are you comparing a Hisense 6800 to the lowest range of sony or samsung. LG use a completely different display type to the rest. You are not comparing apples to apples. Therefore, in that sense your comment looks completely fanciful. Compare the new Hisense U9 to say a Samsung 6100 series and tell me which one has better picture quality.
So this or the Samsung MU7000? They’re both last year’s models but which is better?

As an aside, I am i right in thinking that the 2018 Samsung NU7100 is lower spec than even last year’s MU6100? Ie lack of One Remote in the newer model for example.
luckyshtyler1 h, 10 m ago

So this or the Samsung MU7000? They’re both last year’s models but which is …So this or the Samsung MU7000? They’re both last year’s models but which is better?As an aside, I am i right in thinking that the 2018 Samsung NU7100 is lower spec than even last year’s MU6100? Ie lack of One Remote in the newer model for example.


Also no connect box which is ideal for me and not 10bit bla bla bla.... so ordered as its cheaper and better even if it is a 1yr old.
Edited by: "AJ92" 16th May
luckyshtyler3 h, 42 m ago

So this or the Samsung MU7000? They’re both last year’s models but which is …So this or the Samsung MU7000? They’re both last year’s models but which is better?As an aside, I am i right in thinking that the 2018 Samsung NU7100 is lower spec than even last year’s MU6100? Ie lack of One Remote in the newer model for example.



I think Samsung's reliability record for TVs is better then LG's.
uni16th May

this has the stand in the middle instead of the ends, so can sit on …this has the stand in the middle instead of the ends, so can sit on smaller tabletops, which is what I need. pretty decent price for the size


Will it fit on my bedside table?
Out of stock!
Oos already!! Back in stock £1,498.98(excited)
Edited by: "pow26" 18th May
Jesus that would look odd in my living room. Huge. May as well go cinema
Wait.. how does this free TV thing work?
I could just buy 20 TV's and return the 19 shit purchases?
Can get the same TV in the 55" version for about £450. I'd rather save a grand and go for the smaller (but still well big enough) alternative
Stoff1918 h, 51 m ago

Can get the same TV in the 55" version for about £450. I'd rather save a …Can get the same TV in the 55" version for about £450. I'd rather save a grand and go for the smaller (but still well big enough) alternative


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