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LG OLED55B6V 55" 4K Ultra HD OLED TV - £1799.10 AO.com
LG OLED55B6V 55"  4K Ultra HD OLED TV - £1799.10 AO.com

LG OLED55B6V 55" 4K Ultra HD OLED TV - £1799.10 AO.com

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This 55” Certified Ultra HD Premium TV from LG delivers outstanding image quality. 4K Ultra HD means you’ll get a truly lifelike picture thanks to 4 times the pixels of Full HD. This TV will also upscale HD TV channels and Blu-ray to near 4K quality. OLED technology delivers vivid, beautiful colour whilst SUPER HDR with Dolby Vision delivers breath-taking contrast - giving you a real cinematic experience. The Smart technology gives you access to on demand TV, movies and 4K streaming. Freeview HD comes built-in, so you can access great channels straightaway. There’s also 4 HDMI and 3 USB ports.

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Great entry level TV....

No 5+ years warranty?

Could not sleep an night without.

OLED bah, QLED or nothing...

Deal_HUNT3R

No 5+ years warranty?Could not sleep an night without.



Genuine chuckle. I needed that!

I think you need your head examined if you pay that much for something that will be outdated within a year, what happened to the curved tv's the 3D tv's? OLED is just a new gimmick because people don't want to buy a new tv's unless their current one dies so they come up with these new experiences that don't really exist. once upon a time a HD tv meant something, and that wasn't long ago. now though people are almost shamed into upgrading because we are all sheep and have been taught to out do each other.

3D was a gimmick, curved was a gimmick, OLED is a genuine leap in visual quality that will enhance your expierience whether you're watching X-Men or X-Factor.

smudge92

I think you need your head examined if you pay that much for something … I think you need your head examined if you pay that much for something that will be outdated within a year, what happened to the curved tv's the 3D tv's? OLED is just a new gimmick because people don't want to buy a new tv's unless their current one dies so they come up with these new experiences that don't really exist. once upon a time a HD tv meant something, and that wasn't long ago. now though people are almost shamed into upgrading because we are all sheep and have been taught to out do each other.


Agree to a degree - plasma is very close to OLED but my plasma has died and I don't want to buy a 2nd hand 35kg monster again so OLED is the only one that does blacks (not just dark greys) and a uniform (rather than blotchy) backlight. Personally 4k is of no use as I have no 4k feeds but yes OLED all the way.... it is the future...

smudge92

I think you need your head examined if you pay that much for something … I think you need your head examined if you pay that much for something that will be outdated within a year, what happened to the curved tv's the 3D tv's? OLED is just a new gimmick because people don't want to buy a new tv's unless their current one dies so they come up with these new experiences that don't really exist. once upon a time a HD tv meant something, and that wasn't long ago. now though people are almost shamed into upgrading because we are all sheep and have been taught to out do each other.



Lol.
When you care about contrast/black levels and color accuracy, you will see the benefits of OLED.
They are still too expensive sure but OLED is the future. After using a Plasma for years, i can't even watch anything on a normal led, its horrible.

FFS. Who cares if you think OLED is the future or not. It's the joint best price yet on this screen (last deal was Martin Dawes new website launch).
Deal if you are looking to buy. Probably get the Sky deal too.

MatsyLR

Lol.When you care about contrast/black levels and color accuracy, you … Lol.When you care about contrast/black levels and color accuracy, you will see the benefits of OLED. They are still too expensive sure but OLED is the future. After using a Plasma for years, i can't even watch anything on a normal led, its horrible.


so you are telling me you're current black/contrast, color accuracy levels don't meet you're needs?

afroylnt

Agree to a degree - plasma is very close to OLED but my plasma has died … Agree to a degree - plasma is very close to OLED but my plasma has died and I don't want to buy a 2nd hand 35kg monster again so OLED is the only one that does blacks (not just dark greys) and a uniform (rather than blotchy) backlight. Personally 4k is of no use as I have no 4k feeds but yes OLED all the way.... it is the future...




and with all the same issues image Retention and Screen burn

xs_damage1

3D was a gimmick, curved was a gimmick, OLED is a genuine leap in visual … 3D was a gimmick, curved was a gimmick, OLED is a genuine leap in visual quality that will enhance your expierience whether you're watching X-Men or X-Factor.



best come back i read all day!!!!

Love the comments from people who don't own a oled saying their a waste of money.I've got the non 4k one and picture quality on HD and bluray is outstanding and yes its curved as well ,I think a 5 year warranty is a must for any TV over 800 .

smudge92

so you are telling me you're current black/contrast, color accuracy … so you are telling me you're current black/contrast, color accuracy levels don't meet you're needs?



​It's 'your'.
Edited by: "nokmondoo" 4th Dec 2016

darkclouds

and with all the same issues image Retention and Screen burn


What I don't understand is - as I never owned a plasma, is all this about screen burn and retention, yet I read some many still on plasma' s after many years, if it's that bad why do they keep them and are so reticent to change? Genuine question.

Jaybeam

What I don't understand is - as I never owned a plasma, is all this about … What I don't understand is - as I never owned a plasma, is all this about screen burn and retention, yet I read some many still on plasma' s after many years, if it's that bad why do they keep them and are so reticent to change? Genuine question.




The screen burn is no issue. I have a Panasonic plasma and the screen clears up.
It warns up the room as well X)

Jaybeam

What I don't understand is - as I never owned a plasma, is all this about … What I don't understand is - as I never owned a plasma, is all this about screen burn and retention, yet I read some many still on plasma' s after many years, if it's that bad why do they keep them and are so reticent to change? Genuine question.



​plasma is great and cheap. my Panasonic doesn't get any issue inclosing screen burn. I don't think ppl who said oled expensive above doesn't want oled Tv but I think it's just trying to make us more sensible e.g. wait for the price to come down

smudge92

I think you need your head examined if you pay that much for something … I think you need your head examined if you pay that much for something that will be outdated within a year, what happened to the curved tv's the 3D tv's? OLED is just a new gimmick because people don't want to buy a new tv's unless their current one dies so they come up with these new experiences that don't really exist. once upon a time a HD tv meant something, and that wasn't long ago. now though people are almost shamed into upgrading because we are all sheep and have been taught to out do each other.



Enjoy your Polaroid T.V.

Jaybeam

What I don't understand is - as I never owned a plasma, is all this about … What I don't understand is - as I never owned a plasma, is all this about screen burn and retention, yet I read some many still on plasma' s after many years, if it's that bad why do they keep them and are so reticent to change? Genuine question.



​plasma has no lag, stutter, ghosting and great colours. the image retention always goes on a good quality set. I'm waiting for oled to replace my 50" Panasonic plasma.

Jaybeam

What I don't understand is - as I never owned a plasma, is all this about … What I don't understand is - as I never owned a plasma, is all this about screen burn and retention, yet I read some many still on plasma' s after many years, if it's that bad why do they keep them and are so reticent to change? Genuine question.


Screen burn was more of a problem with older generation plasmas but not with the more modern ones. I could leave my plasma on a fixed screen overnight and only have a bit of image retention that cleared up in a few minutes normal use but no screen burn whatsoever.

Even on the older ones that did get it for channel logos etc the image quality was just so much better than anything else on the market that it was worthwhile putting up with their flaws. Think of it this way, those plasmas from years ago still have better overall picture quality than the TV's like Samsung KS7000 that everyone raves about and were half the price, you could pick up a Panny Plasma back then for ~£700 that would blow any of today's LCD TV out of the water other than the top end models which start around £1600+.

OLED also doesn't suffer from screen burn, it does get some image retention if left on a static screen but again it clears up.

Does anyone know what existing sky customers get as part of the sky deal? Complete Sky Q install or do boxes still need purchasing?

I just think we could have this convo in 5 years and you would be saying this about something else and OLED wouldnt be good enough for you then as the new SUPER ULTRA OLED (insert new fancy name) tv comes out and you will be telling me OLED looks like cheap C*ap.

paying that for a TV in crazy it's 2016 not 2010

Could some one please inform me what Tv is the best between these two and why thanks 55” LG OLED 4K TV.
5EG920V

or the LG OLED55C6V
Is it only because of the C6V having Harman Kardon speakers ?.


Edited by: "markwilson00mark" 4th Dec 2016

smudge92

I think you need your head examined if you pay that much for something … I think you need your head examined if you pay that much for something that will be outdated within a year, what happened to the curved tv's the 3D tv's? OLED is just a new gimmick because people don't want to buy a new tv's unless their current one dies so they come up with these new experiences that don't really exist. once upon a time a HD tv meant something, and that wasn't long ago. now though people are almost shamed into upgrading because we are all sheep and have been taught to out do each other.



On the other hand I think most people have it wrong.

There are a lot of people that have brand new cars on their drive, yet they drive 5 minutes away to work and back everyday.

Then they come home and watch a 32" 720p LCD from god knows when for the next 4 or 5 hours.

If I am going to spend a lot of time using it then yes I want the experience to be good. That is why I have this TV and an 08 golf X)

Lg aka gold star at this price u want to get a good make

markwilson00mark

Could some one please inform me what Tv is the best between these two and … Could some one please inform me what Tv is the best between these two and why thanks 55” LG OLED 4K TV. 5EG920V or the LG OLED55C6V Is it only because of the C6V having Harman Kardon speakers ?.



No, the 920V is a 2015 model with a reduced feature set, lower brightness etc.

If I can get John Lewis to price-match this, I'm in.

Does anyone know how long that LARGESCREEN10 code is on for please?
Thanks

Having had this tv for just under a year and paying £2300 for it, this is a great deal.

Love the TV but the image burn on it is terrible. After watching a channel with a logo (albeit bright white) for an hour a day, it's burnt in after only 2/3 weeks.

https://i.imgur.com/3XiRG4D.jpg

Isn't OLED TVs supposed to be bad for gaming? I keep hearing this. I'm looking to upgrade from my old Panasonic plasma and need a good TV for gaming with as little as possible input lag.

Yes, burn-in is an issue, especially for gaming or bright HUD-like elements, such as on 24 hours news shows. Anyone who says it isn't is either blind, or doesn't own an OLED unit.

Input lag is higher than LCD screens, but LG have just released a game-mode for HDR content for their E6 model, which drops it down to about 37ms. Still not great, but much better than before. Hopefully there will be a firmware update for the B6 too.

It's a lovely TV, with serious flaws that I couldn't live with. I went with the KS7000 in the end.

I recently needed to upgrade my ancient 2004 model 480p Panasonic plasma (yes you read that right, 640x480 resolution) to something that I could play a PS4 on.
After pouring over reviews I chose a SONY BRAVIA KD43XD8088 as it was considered to have excellent blacks. I had a look at in the shop (RS) and thought it looked good. It cost close to £600 and had a 6 year warranty. When I got it home I soon realised that I wasn't happy with the picture quality; the blacks were far from excellent compared to my 12 year old plasma screen. Also, the screen uniformity was lousy, screen uniformity wasn't even a thing on my old tv, there was no variation across the screen at all. So, I discovered I'd rather watch a good 480p picture than a poor 4k one.

I bit the bullet, returned the Sony and bought the set I should have in the first place; an LG EG910V. This cost me £1200 with a 6 year warranty, twice as much as the Sony.
When I got it home I knew I'd be more than happy to live with it for the next 6 years, though hopefully it will outlive the warranty.

I think of it like this - £600 worth of disappointment or £1200 worth of joy. When I bought the Sony all I could think about was how much it had cost me, with the LG all I can think about it how happy I am with it.

I am very fussy about image quality and like to be immersed in what I watch so this may explain why I am so happy with a tv that does absolute black and has no noticable uniformity issues (as every single LED tv does to some extent, by the nature of the technology).
But even my 5 year old prefers the LG, she used to watch the tablet in bed while I made breakfast and this didn't change for the short time we had the Sony.
When we got the LG this did change, every morning since she's trundled downstairs to watch it instead of staying in bed with the tablet.

All I can say is buy something you're happy with and you won't be thinking of upgrading until you have a genuine reason.

To address some stuff on this thread:
> Brand loyalty - yes Lucky Goldstar did make some junk years ago. As did Skoda, SEAT etc. Are you going to hold outdated opinions forever, regardless of current form?
> Crazy spending this much on a tv in 2016 - for some prespective, a TV licence will cost you about £900 over the next 6 years.
> LCD versus OLED. This isn't really a fair fight - the most expensive LCD can't match the cheapest OLED in image quality.
> Curved screens - I don't like them personally but the curves on the LG oled's are very slight. Also, as the picture doesn't change depending on the angle it's viewed from the curve is a non issue. If you want to mount it in the middle of a wall then flat may be the better choice.

Horrorwood

On the other hand I think most people have it wrong.There are a lot of … On the other hand I think most people have it wrong.There are a lot of people that have brand new cars on their drive, yet they drive 5 minutes away to work and back everyday.Then they come home and watch a 32" 720p LCD from god knows when for the next 4 or 5 hours.If I am going to spend a lot of time using it then yes I want the experience to be good. That is why I have this TV and an 08 golf X)



Cheaper LG OLED and an 04 Fabia (2 of the best things I've ever bought), you must be the wealthier version of me

Sorry OP but this deal isn't hot due to the length of warranty, better to pay a bit more and get a 5+ year one imo.

Caskey

Isn't OLED TVs supposed to be bad for gaming? I keep hearing this. I'm … Isn't OLED TVs supposed to be bad for gaming? I keep hearing this. I'm looking to upgrade from my old Panasonic plasma and need a good TV for gaming with as little as possible input lag.


LG recently released a firmware in the US that reduces the input lag for HDR gaming. Should be making its way to the UK soon

taikonautzero

Sorry OP but this deal isn't hot due to the length of warranty, better to … Sorry OP but this deal isn't hot due to the length of warranty, better to pay a bit more and get a 5+ year one imo.



But it's still a deal. A TV that usually sells and is discounted to £1,799 is a deal in my opinion, 5/6yr warranty or 1yr warranty - it's still a deal.

Just bought a ks7000. I admit I haven't seen an oled tv 'in the flesh' however I've been watching 'lost' and I'm not sure the blacks can be any more black.

vinsona85

Just bought a ks7000. I admit I haven't seen an oled tv 'in the flesh' … Just bought a ks7000. I admit I haven't seen an oled tv 'in the flesh' however I've been watching 'lost' and I'm not sure the blacks can be any more black.



I'm a big fan of Samsung's screens and the KS7000 is a great product for the money but there's a night and day difference between OLED and LED.

leejackson85

Having had this tv for just under a year and paying £2300 for it, this is … Having had this tv for just under a year and paying £2300 for it, this is a great deal.Love the TV but the image burn on it is terrible. After watching a channel with a logo (albeit bright white) for an hour a day, it's burnt in after only 2/3 weeks.



I'm on the fence as to get one of these TVs, but this screen burn comment has me very concerned. oO I could not accept this no matter how much I'd paid for the screen and it would irritate me every time I watched it.
Does it have a feature to "clean" the burn out (for want of a better phrase)
As a later model Panasonic plasma owner, I too am starting to think I'm better off with what I have for a while.
Edited by: "joedredd" 4th Dec 2016
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