LG OLED B7 OLED65B7V 65" Premium 4K Ultra HDR Smart OLED TV £1879 @ Hughes
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LG OLED B7 OLED65B7V 65" Premium 4K Ultra HDR Smart OLED TV £1879 @ Hughes

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Found 11th Aug
Seems like a good price delivered from a company I have only had good experiences with.
I know there is a newer model out now but for about 1000 more for the 65 inch.
Use voucher code OLED65B7V at checkout for the shown price.
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This is a stunning TV and a great price. Many of us jumped through hoops to get one for £2400 on Black Friday when they had previously been on sale at £2900

The picture quality is simply stunning, as it is on most OLED TVs. The wide colour gamut, perfect black levels, superb contrast and motion handling give breathtaking results on a high quality source (eg Planet Earth II on 4K Blu Ray).

What makes the 2017 LG models stand out was support for Dolby Atmos on Netflix with HDMI ARC to AV receiver and support for HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision - the three main variants of HDR (high dynamic range). Other brands have improved with their 2018 offerings but newer models generally cost a lot more and offer little benefit over this model. For example 2018 LG OLEDs support 120Hz High Frame Rate on streamed content but not from Blu Ray over HDMI as that needs HDMI 2.1 which won’t appear on any TV until next year and nobody is offering any HFR streamed content yet.

Many other brands don’t support Dolby Vision (the market leader) or HLG (BBC solution for HDR broadcasts and BBC iPlayer). The latest Samsung TVs still don’t support Dolby Vision which seems to be winning the format war. Note HDR is much more important than 4K.

(Ultra HD = 4K + HDR + WCG)

For me, this is the best TV available and definitely worthwhile at this price - you won’t regret it.

John Lewis should price match if they have any left but Hughes have a good reputation.

If you’re still unsure you can find some good reviews at:

trustedreviews.com/reviews/lg-b7
hdtvtest.co.uk/news/oled65b7v-201711264510.htm
expertreviews.co.uk/tvs/1405822/lg-oled55b7v-b7-oled-review-another-brilliant-oled-tv-from-lg

P.S. The sound is OK but you’ll want to pair with a decent surround sound system if you like your audio quality to match your video quality...

P.P.S. I have no connection with LG or any other TV manufacturer - I’m just an AV enthusiast striving to get the best AV quality I can although I do work in the broadcast industry.
Edited by: "CaptainSlog" 11th Aug
BirchieBirch8 m ago

Great TV! Again though, how much did you pay? Is it worth the extra money?


I paid just over 4k. I have always paid silly money for AV and cars but buy cheap toilet roll
Other places are £1999 so save £120. Not bad if you're shopping anyway, but not enough to trigger anything unplanned
Scorpion20 m ago

Warranty?


It states on the page its a 5 year guarantee.
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Is this it?
tempt3 m ago

Is this it?


The Strokes!
Other places are £1999 so save £120. Not bad if you're shopping anyway, but not enough to trigger anything unplanned
The_Pope1 m ago

Other places are £1999 so save £120. Not bad if you're shopping anyway, b …Other places are £1999 so save £120. Not bad if you're shopping anyway, but not enough to trigger anything unplanned


Thanks for talking me out of it.
Warranty?
I wish *drool*
Scorpion20 m ago

Warranty?


It states on the page its a 5 year guarantee.
This is a stunning TV and a great price. Many of us jumped through hoops to get one for £2400 on Black Friday when they had previously been on sale at £2900

The picture quality is simply stunning, as it is on most OLED TVs. The wide colour gamut, perfect black levels, superb contrast and motion handling give breathtaking results on a high quality source (eg Planet Earth II on 4K Blu Ray).

What makes the 2017 LG models stand out was support for Dolby Atmos on Netflix with HDMI ARC to AV receiver and support for HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision - the three main variants of HDR (high dynamic range). Other brands have improved with their 2018 offerings but newer models generally cost a lot more and offer little benefit over this model. For example 2018 LG OLEDs support 120Hz High Frame Rate on streamed content but not from Blu Ray over HDMI as that needs HDMI 2.1 which won’t appear on any TV until next year and nobody is offering any HFR streamed content yet.

Many other brands don’t support Dolby Vision (the market leader) or HLG (BBC solution for HDR broadcasts and BBC iPlayer). The latest Samsung TVs still don’t support Dolby Vision which seems to be winning the format war. Note HDR is much more important than 4K.

(Ultra HD = 4K + HDR + WCG)

For me, this is the best TV available and definitely worthwhile at this price - you won’t regret it.

John Lewis should price match if they have any left but Hughes have a good reputation.

If you’re still unsure you can find some good reviews at:

trustedreviews.com/reviews/lg-b7
hdtvtest.co.uk/news/oled65b7v-201711264510.htm
expertreviews.co.uk/tvs/1405822/lg-oled55b7v-b7-oled-review-another-brilliant-oled-tv-from-lg

P.S. The sound is OK but you’ll want to pair with a decent surround sound system if you like your audio quality to match your video quality...

P.P.S. I have no connection with LG or any other TV manufacturer - I’m just an AV enthusiast striving to get the best AV quality I can although I do work in the broadcast industry.
Edited by: "CaptainSlog" 11th Aug
CaptainSlog11th Aug

This is a stunning TV and a great price. Many of us jumped through hoops …This is a stunning TV and a great price. Many of us jumped through hoops to get one for £2400 on Black Friday when they had previously been on sale at £2900The picture quality is simply stunning, as it is on most OLED TVs. The wide colour gamut, perfect black levels, superb contrast and motion handling give breathtaking results on a high quality source (eg Planet Earth II on 4K Blu Ray). What makes the 2017 LG models stand out was support for Dolby Atmos on Netflix with HDMI ARC to AV receiver and support for HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision - the three main variants of HDR (high dynamic range). Other brands have improved with their 2018 offerings but newer models generally cost a lot more and offer little benefit over this model. For example 2018 LG OLEDs support 120Hz High Frame Rate on streamed content but not from Blu Ray over HDMI as that needs HDMI 2.1 which won’t appear on any TV until next year and nobody is offering any HFR streamed content yet. Many other brands don’t support Dolby Vision (the market leader) or HLG (BBC solution for HDR broadcasts and BBC iPlayer). The latest Samsung TVs still don’t support Dolby Vision which seems to be winning the format war. Note HDR is much more important than 4K. (Ultra HD = 4K + HDR + WCG)For me, this is the best TV available and definitely worthwhile at this price - you won’t regret it. John Lewis should price match if they have any left but Hughes have a good reputation. If you’re still unsure you can find some good reviews at:trustedreviews.com/reviews/lg-b7hdtvtest.co.uk/news/oled65b7v-201711264510.htmexpertreviews.co.uk/tvs/1405822/lg-oled55b7v-b7-oled-review-another-brilliant-oled-tv-from-lgP.S. The sound is OK but you’ll want to pair with a decent surround sound system if you like your audio quality to match your video quality...P.P.S. I have no connection with LG or any other TV manufacturer - I’m just an AV enthusiast striving to get the best AV quality I can although I do work in the broadcast industry.


Really good Summary. However for the price yes the best value OLED on the market, but not the best OLED on the market.
Smadmad20 m ago

Really good Summary. However for the price yes the best value OLED on the …Really good Summary. However for the price yes the best value OLED on the market, but not the best OLED on the market.


All the current OLED's have pro's & con's, so it's difficult to say which is best definitively. The Sony maybe has the edge, just, but is it £900 better than the LG? Not so sure personally.
Good price if you're after a new high end TV!
Edited by: "Hilazing" 11th Aug
BirchieBirch9 m ago

All the current OLED's have pro's & con's, so it's difficult to say which …All the current OLED's have pro's & con's, so it's difficult to say which is best definitively. The Sony maybe has the edge, just, but is it £900 better than the LG? Not so sure personally.


I purchased the Panasonic 65ez1002b picture wise I think it topped the Sony and LG and it had the better colour management settings. The only negative is the lack of Dolby Vision, however that isn't a problem for now.
Smadmad19 m ago

I purchased the Panasonic 65ez1002b picture wise I think it topped the …I purchased the Panasonic 65ez1002b picture wise I think it topped the Sony and LG and it had the better colour management settings. The only negative is the lack of Dolby Vision, however that isn't a problem for now.


Great TV! Again though, how much did you pay? Is it worth the extra money?
BirchieBirch6 m ago

Great TV! Again though, how much did you pay? Is it worth the extra money?


If you are willing to spend that little bit more, then of course it's worth it. That's why we don't all drive around in a Dacia.
Edited by: "Pwhite76" 11th Aug
BirchieBirch8 m ago

Great TV! Again though, how much did you pay? Is it worth the extra money?


I paid just over 4k. I have always paid silly money for AV and cars but buy cheap toilet roll
Pwhite7622 m ago

If you are willing to spend that little bit more, then of course it's …If you are willing to spend that little bit more, then of course it's worth it. That's why we don't all drive around in a Dacia.


Agreed if it was a little bit more but the difference between the Panny and the LG is in the region of a couple grand (maybe more) There isn't a night and day difference performance wise between the two, certainately not enough to warrant paying that much more anyway (imho etc etc) great TV though it is.
Smadmad20 m ago

I paid just over 4k. I have always paid silly money for AV and cars but …I paid just over 4k. I have always paid silly money for AV and cars but buy cheap toilet roll


Fair enough

Just hope your bum don't itch! Lol
I don’t like the stand on this.
adamnsu3 m ago

I don’t like the stand on this.


This is a brilliant deal. Need a new TV and want top shelf, get this. Amazing bang for buck. I got this for 2200 awhile ago and would never look back. Stunning TV
Outstanding deal. Nationwide were also offering 10% cashback on Hughes purchases through their Simply Rewards scheme a few months back. Worth checking if you’re a customer
Damn I really want the 55” for £1200, currently £1300. I missed out on Richer Sounds deal the other week!
adamnsu12 h, 33 m ago

I don’t like the stand on this.


Trust me - you won’t be looking at the stand! You’ll be gaping in awe at the stunning picture quality.

If it really bothers you the LG OLED65C7V is identical but has a different stand and different frame (it doesn’t have the silver line around the edge of the screen). They were mostly only sold by Currys who have sold out but Amazon and RLR still list them.
Edited by: "CaptainSlog" 12th Aug
CaptainSlog12th Aug

Test me - you won’t be looking at the stand! You’ll be gaping in awe at the …Test me - you won’t be looking at the stand! You’ll be gaping in awe at the stunning picture quality. If it really bothers you the LG OLED65C7V is identical but has a different stand and different frame (it doesn’t have the silver line around the edge of the screen). They were mostly only sold by Currys who have sold out but Amazon and RLR still list them.


I do like the stand on the other model. But tbh if I spend this much of money I would go for the other model. I have seen this model upfront and for me it spoils the tv
I wall-mounted mine and I run all the cables through a plastic pipe buried in the wall so they’re easy to swap.

The TV just floats on the wall with no visible cables which looks good (same for the surround speakers). It sticks out a bit and I would have preferred the ultra thin, magnetically fastened wall-paper model but it has to be used with a big sound bar that contains all the TV’s electronics which spoilt it. I wish they’d just make super thin panels with no speakers and an external control box.
Edited by: "CaptainSlog" 12th Aug
CaptainSlog11th Aug

This is a stunning TV and a great price. Many of us jumped through hoops …This is a stunning TV and a great price. Many of us jumped through hoops to get one for £2400 on Black Friday when they had previously been on sale at £2900The picture quality is simply stunning, as it is on most OLED TVs. The wide colour gamut, perfect black levels, superb contrast and motion handling give breathtaking results on a high quality source (eg Planet Earth II on 4K Blu Ray). What makes the 2017 LG models stand out was support for Dolby Atmos on Netflix with HDMI ARC to AV receiver and support for HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision - the three main variants of HDR (high dynamic range). Other brands have improved with their 2018 offerings but newer models generally cost a lot more and offer little benefit over this model. For example 2018 LG OLEDs support 120Hz High Frame Rate on streamed content but not from Blu Ray over HDMI as that needs HDMI 2.1 which won’t appear on any TV until next year and nobody is offering any HFR streamed content yet. Many other brands don’t support Dolby Vision (the market leader) or HLG (BBC solution for HDR broadcasts and BBC iPlayer). The latest Samsung TVs still don’t support Dolby Vision which seems to be winning the format war. Note HDR is much more important than 4K. (Ultra HD = 4K + HDR + WCG)For me, this is the best TV available and definitely worthwhile at this price - you won’t regret it. John Lewis should price match if they have any left but Hughes have a good reputation. If you’re still unsure you can find some good reviews at:trustedreviews.com/reviews/lg-b7hdtvtest.co.uk/news/oled65b7v-201711264510.htmexpertreviews.co.uk/tvs/1405822/lg-oled55b7v-b7-oled-review-another-brilliant-oled-tv-from-lgP.S. The sound is OK but you’ll want to pair with a decent surround sound system if you like your audio quality to match your video quality...P.P.S. I have no connection with LG or any other TV manufacturer - I’m just an AV enthusiast striving to get the best AV quality I can although I do work in the broadcast industry.


Great deal, I have the C6V, only major difference is the curved screen. I read that the 2017 model also has a more powerful CPU.
My 65 inch sony 1080p android TV refuses to break down and is still under warranty so sadly I cant justify buying this OLED, even at such a great price.
Edited by: "Karmazyn83" 12th Aug
So this has dropped over £1000 in price in less than a year. Wow.

These TV’s depreciate faster than cars
adamnsu14 h, 16 m ago

I don’t like the stand on this.


Wall mounted mine. The stand is horrible.
(I have the 55inch)
felton928 h, 40 m ago

Damn I really want the 55” for £1200, currently £1300. I missed out on Ric …Damn I really want the 55” for £1200, currently £1300. I missed out on Richer Sounds deal the other week!


I paid 1400 on black Friday. I'd perhaps hold off for it this year... possibly under 1k?

I'm no tv snob like many on here pretend to be but this is by far, the best 4k tv I've seen. Can't see the difference between this and one that is considerably more.

The eco mode and blue light filter are a godsend to me as I get headaches from blue light.

Can't say if the newer models are any better or not but I've had no issues with mine
as some one who wears glasses 24/7 what diffrence will i see in real world situations between this as a little brand tv like hisense with 4k/hdr for roughly 1500£ cheaper?
jordni5 m ago

as some one who wears glasses 24/7 what diffrence will i see in real world …as some one who wears glasses 24/7 what diffrence will i see in real world situations between this as a little brand tv like hisense with 4k/hdr for roughly 1500£ cheaper?


Yes, especially when it comes to the blacks. The programs I watch on my E7 are much crisper than on my father in laws Philips 4k HDR. OLED on another level imo
Got a c7. Excellent. Amazing price
I'd buy this right now if my child didn't have a habit of pausing the TV every time she does anything. Absolute bargain at that price !
bazadamo16 m ago

I'd buy this right now if my child didn't have a habit of pausing the TV …I'd buy this right now if my child didn't have a habit of pausing the TV every time she does anything. Absolute bargain at that price !


If left paused they do enter a sceensaver mode, my wife pauses all the time but doesn't realise OLED have burn in issues. I find it totally blacked out apart from a little fireworks type screensaver playing.
Henley_Bailey10 m ago

If left paused they do enter a sceensaver mode, my wife pauses all the …If left paused they do enter a sceensaver mode, my wife pauses all the time but doesn't realise OLED have burn in issues. I find it totally blacked out apart from a little fireworks type screensaver playing.


Would this be the same for anything ? E.g the BT box or Netflix etc. It's YouTube rubbish that she watches all the time and I'm worried about spending a lot of money on something that will break !!!! I'm always walking in the living room to a paused television
roshambo38 m ago

Yes, especially when it comes to the blacks. The programs I watch on my E7 …Yes, especially when it comes to the blacks. The programs I watch on my E7 are much crisper than on my father in laws Philips 4k HDR. OLED on another level imo

Nice what size E7 do have? Mite take the plunge at £1599. Is the sound any good? They had one ex display but wasn't plugged in so wasn't able to test the sound.
bazadamo118 m ago

Would this be the same for anything ? E.g the BT box or Netflix etc. It's …Would this be the same for anything ? E.g the BT box or Netflix etc. It's YouTube rubbish that she watches all the time and I'm worried about spending a lot of money on something that will break !!!! I'm always walking in the living room to a paused television



Yes, if the TV detects that the image hasn't changed for a short time it dims the brightness and invokes the screensaver animation.
hbo8619 m ago

Nice what size E7 do have? Mite take the plunge at £1599. Is the sound any …Nice what size E7 do have? Mite take the plunge at £1599. Is the sound any good? They had one ex display but wasn't plugged in so wasn't able to test the sound.


I got the 55, wish I got the 65 in hindsight! (Room allows for a bigger TV than first thought). The soundbar attached to it is adequate but its nothing to shout about. A proper 5.1 would be better for a cinematic experience. For day to day TV, its ok.
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