LG OLED55B7V 55 inch 4K tv (Used - Like New ) at Amazon Warehouse for £1439.04
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LG OLED55B7V 55 inch 4K tv (Used - Like New ) at Amazon Warehouse for £1439.04

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Found 13th May
LG 4K OLED

LG OLED55B7V 55 inch Premium 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart OLED TV (2017 Model)
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DavidVonDavidson22 h, 38 m ago

Maybe difficult to answer as people have different standards and wants etc …Maybe difficult to answer as people have different standards and wants etc but is this really worth twice the price of a 55MU7000?


I confess I’m not familiar with that model but if I look at TVs in stores, friends’ houses and work (I work in the broadcast industry) there’s not much that comes close to the picture quality of an OLED TV. 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). An LCD TV (with LED backlight) looks pretty poor in comparison - blacks tend to look grey and colour accuracy is poor especially when viewed off axis (sitting to one side).
I’m an enthusiast, so for me, it is well worth paying double for an OLED but you’re right, people have different standards. Most modern TVs are pretty good and if you’re not an enthusiast striving for the very best quality you may well be happy with something less. It’s a bit like high end audio though - once somebody explains how to spot the flaws you’ll always notice them and want something better. If you’re happy with what you’ve got you can save yourself a lot of money by not looking too hard at the differences...
I guess it’s the same as other things in life - I buy Apple kit because I think it’s worth it but I buy cheap cars and cheap wine as they’re less important and I’m not convinced by the benefits - others obviously are.
Edited by: "PaulIpswich" 14th May
Or buy it new from Currys with 5 years warranty and 18momth interest free credit for £10 more?
Edited by: "stuartbaker80" 13th May
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Just to confirm that it is on a warehouse deal.
Or buy it new from Currys with 5 years warranty and 18momth interest free credit for £10 more?
Edited by: "stuartbaker80" 13th May
This so COLD.
Still £1,399 from Richer Sounds with TV100 code
6 year guarantee
Edited by: "DubDriver" 13th May
Maybe difficult to answer as people have different standards and wants etc but is this really worth twice the price of a 55MU7000?
DavidVonDavidson22 h, 38 m ago

Maybe difficult to answer as people have different standards and wants etc …Maybe difficult to answer as people have different standards and wants etc but is this really worth twice the price of a 55MU7000?


I confess I’m not familiar with that model but if I look at TVs in stores, friends’ houses and work (I work in the broadcast industry) there’s not much that comes close to the picture quality of an OLED TV. 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). An LCD TV (with LED backlight) looks pretty poor in comparison - blacks tend to look grey and colour accuracy is poor especially when viewed off axis (sitting to one side).
I’m an enthusiast, so for me, it is well worth paying double for an OLED but you’re right, people have different standards. Most modern TVs are pretty good and if you’re not an enthusiast striving for the very best quality you may well be happy with something less. It’s a bit like high end audio though - once somebody explains how to spot the flaws you’ll always notice them and want something better. If you’re happy with what you’ve got you can save yourself a lot of money by not looking too hard at the differences...
I guess it’s the same as other things in life - I buy Apple kit because I think it’s worth it but I buy cheap cars and cheap wine as they’re less important and I’m not convinced by the benefits - others obviously are.
Edited by: "PaulIpswich" 14th May
stuartbaker805 h, 38 m ago

Or buy it new from Currys with 5 years warranty and 18momth interest free …Or buy it new from Currys with 5 years warranty and 18momth interest free credit for £10 more?


Good comment. I bought mine last week from currys interest free credit for 18 months 5 year warranty and 15% quid Co last week
PaulIpswich9 h, 3 m ago

I confess I’m not familiar with that model but if I look at TVs in stores, …I confess I’m not familiar with that model but if I look at TVs in stores, friends’s houses and work (I work in the broadcast industry) there’s not much that comes close to the picture quality of an OLED TV. 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). An LCD TV (with LED backlight) looks pretty poor in comparison - blacks tend to look grey and colour accuracy is poor especially when viewed off axis (sitting to one side). I’m an enthusiast, so for me, it is well worth paying double for an OLED but you’re right, people have different standards. Most modern TVs are pretty good and if you’re not an enthusiast striving for the very best quality you may well be happy with something less. It’s a bit like high end audio though - once somebody explains how to spot the flaws you’ll always notice them and want something better. If you’re happy with what you’ve got you can save yourself a lot of money by not looking too hard at the differences... I guess it’s the same as other things in life - I buy Apple kit because I think it’s worth it but I buy cheap cars and cheap wine as they’re less important and I’m not convinced by the benefits - others obviously are.


Totally agree Paul,

I'd like to add my 2 cents also. Having owned an LED for 2 weeks then on OLED, the biggest unexpected difference for me is eye strain. To get a decent contrast, the LED has to go to the brighter end of the spectrum whereas the OLED achieves at least equal contrast as its so good at the darker end. In everyday viewing, this means the LED trashes your eyes way more then OLED as LED is having to shine a bright light in your eyes to achieve the OLED contrast. Late a night, you get crap sleep with LED, and great sleep with OLED. Easily worth the extra £ in my book.
Thanks Masteryates - I’ve never owned an LED/LCD but our OLED is plenty bright enough - I wouldn’t want it any brighter.

LG models are especially popular as they are the only ones to support Dolby Atmos on Netflix with HDMI ARC to AV receiver as well as supporting HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision - the three main variants of HDR (high dynamic range).

Many other brands don’t support Dolby Vision (the market leader) or HLG (BBC solution for HDR broadcasts and BBC aPlayer). Note HDR is much more important than 4K:

Ultra HD = 4K + HDR + WCG.
Edited by: "PaulIpswich" 15th May
ladoo1288 h, 35 m ago

Good comment. I bought mine last week from currys interest free credit …Good comment. I bought mine last week from currys interest free credit for 18 months 5 year warranty and 15% quid Co last week


Good luck getting the 15% Quidco. I've been stitched up twice by Currys on higher percentage offers. They paid the standard 1% cashback on both items but refused to honour the higher amount (both times it was 10%)
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