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LG OLED55C6V 55" OLED Curved HDR 4K UHD Smart TV - NO 3D - Grade A Refurbished £625 delivered with code @ kcsoundandvision ebay
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LG OLED55C6V 55" OLED Curved HDR 4K UHD Smart TV - NO 3D - Grade A Refurbished £625 delivered with code @ kcsoundandvision ebay

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3D Function does not work on this TV - Grade A - 1 Year Warranty - In very good condition. Tested and refurbished by LG. It may have minor cosmetic blemishes due to handling which may be visible on close inspection. Comes in LG box. Box Content - TV, Stand base, Power cable, Magic Remote, 2 X 3D Glasses. Delivery surcharges apply for the following postcodes - AB, DD, IV, KW, PA, PH. We do not deliver to NI & non-mainland UK
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Wouldn’t touch that with a barge pole...
powerbrick21/09/2019 16:04

You mean image retention You will only get that if your are are …You mean image retention You will only get that if your are are a proper moron.


Boring comments aren't they. I have both a C7 and a C8 and never had any issues at all.

Best TV's I've ever owned for sure.
Sad that LG stopped producing the 3D screens, they had the best 3D I've ever seen, and it worked with lightweight passive glasses, which also happened to be very cheap if you wanted to buy more pairs.

Ironic that when a TV manufacturer (LG) finally got 3D to work in an effortless manner without clunky, expensive and battery reliant glasses they stopped producing 3D TV's.
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Wouldn’t touch that with a barge pole...
Pricey refurb OLED - comments should be interesting.
Why?
How can it be Grade A and its main functionality of 3D doesn't work? A or A+ is usually like new
Price is to high and 3d doesn't work
This will get HOT but not in a good way.

Burn baby burn, screen burn inferno
So is this second hand with no usage info? That would be like buying a used car off eBay with no log book and salesman concealing the milage

As the sales team are perfect aware, the screen time is easily assessable from the menu.
Edited by: "muppetrider" 21st Sep
Bsod21/09/2019 15:40

This will get HOT but not in a good way.Burn baby burn, screen burn inferno


You mean image retention

You will only get that if your are are a proper moron.
powerbrick21/09/2019 16:04

You mean image retention You will only get that if your are are …You mean image retention You will only get that if your are are a proper moron.


Boring comments aren't they. I have both a C7 and a C8 and never had any issues at all.

Best TV's I've ever owned for sure.
Few notes on this one from my research getting hold of a decent refurb E6V (same year, model up).

Original panels for this year were more prone to problems. If it doesn’t have 3D that means the panel was replaced so panel wise it’s the equivalent of a C7 or C8. Basically if the curved screen, no 3D and the older OS/processor don’t bother you I’d say this is a good deal.

I looked at this seller quite a bit and I think they’re LG’s official refurb outlet if you look at their items for sale. Their prices start high and drop so if fancy it and you’re in no hurry watch and wait.

Hope helps someone who may be thinking about it.
Edited by: "La_Fouinard" 22nd Sep
OLED yayyyy.....
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Curved booooo
buliztik21/09/2019 15:35

How can it be Grade A and its main functionality of 3D doesn't work? A or …How can it be Grade A and its main functionality of 3D doesn't work? A or A+ is usually like new


Because the panel will have been replaced and LG don't have any more stock of the 3D ones, as they've been out of production for a long time. Even people who own these who've had them repaired under warranty have had to accept a non-3D panel, because there just aren't any more 3D ones even for warranty replacements. On the plus side, it means that you probably don't have to worry about burn-in, as the lack of 3D confirms that these have had a panel replacement fairly recently.
lidds21/09/2019 17:06

OLED yayyyy...........Curved booooo


I've got a 55C6V and I honestly forget it's curved most of the time. It certainly doesn't ruin my enjoyment. If anything when watching 3D Blus from about 4ft away I'm convinced the curve makes the 3D experience even more immersive than what it already is.

Unless 3D sets make an appearance in the future I couldn't imagined parting with my C6 anytime soon. Fantastic telly.
Edited by: "pmm183" 21st Sep
pmm18321/09/2019 17:14

I've got a 55C6V and I honestly forget it's curved most of the time. It …I've got a 55C6V and I honestly forget it's curved most of the time. It certainly doesn't ruin my enjoyment. If anything when watching 3D Blus from about 4ft away I'm convinced the curve makes the 3D experience even more immersive than what it already is.Unless 3D sets make an appearance in the future I couldn't imagined parting with my C6 anytime soon. Fantastic telly.


To be fair my curved set wasn't 3D. But I was so glad when I got rid of it and got a flat screen back
pmm18321/09/2019 17:14

I've got a 55C6V and I honestly forget it's curved most of the time. It …I've got a 55C6V and I honestly forget it's curved most of the time. It certainly doesn't ruin my enjoyment. If anything when watching 3D Blus from about 4ft away I'm convinced the curve makes the 3D experience even more immersive than what it already is.Unless 3D sets make an appearance in the future I couldn't imagined parting with my C6 anytime soon. Fantastic telly.


Get a projector for the 3D material it's what I do as they look stunning on a 120" screen.
C6? Curved? WTH!
Where do they get these moth balled things.
mrb3021/09/2019 16:25

Boring comments aren't they. I have both a C7 and a C8 and never had any …Boring comments aren't they. I have both a C7 and a C8 and never had any issues at all.Best TV's I've ever owned for sure.


So not owned the 6 series? Ok, thanks for that nugget of pointless info then
If you put it face down in the sun will it unwarp?
cyclonus1021/09/2019 18:21

So not owned the 6 series? Ok, thanks for that nugget of pointless info …So not owned the 6 series? Ok, thanks for that nugget of pointless info then


I own a 6 series model, and I know a few others who do too, none of us have had any issues with image retention.
Sad that LG stopped producing the 3D screens, they had the best 3D I've ever seen, and it worked with lightweight passive glasses, which also happened to be very cheap if you wanted to buy more pairs.

Ironic that when a TV manufacturer (LG) finally got 3D to work in an effortless manner without clunky, expensive and battery reliant glasses they stopped producing 3D TV's.
Curved monitors, yes - curved TV's, no
Carson_Official21/09/2019 19:03

Curved monitors, yes - curved TV's, no


Curved or straight, oled would be useless as a monitor.
drumboe21/09/2019 18:54

Sad that LG stopped producing the 3D screens, they had the best 3D I've …Sad that LG stopped producing the 3D screens, they had the best 3D I've ever seen, and it worked with lightweight passive glasses, which also happened to be very cheap if you wanted to buy more pairs.Ironic that when a TV manufacturer (LG) finally got 3D to work in an effortless manner without clunky, expensive and battery reliant glasses they stopped producing 3D TV's.


It's all to do with content though. Movie publishers tried to push it on consumers in the 2010 era but the content sucked for a lot of films and most of us just prefer a better quality image over needless blurry 3D.

I think I can remember 1 or 2 films which made proper use of 3D.
The home TV 3D never really worked properly, uncomfortable and expensive glasses, ghosting, dark picture.

Just as everyone decided that it was just too much trouble LG did it right, great 3D, sharp picture, no ghosting and 3D as good as most cinemas.

At the time LG stopped producing 3D screens most blockbusters were still being released in 3D.

Even today I'd consider buying a secondhand LG 3D TV, despite the fact that they're probably at least three years old.
bobo5321/09/2019 19:06

Curved or straight, oled would be useless as a monitor.


I didn't make a comment about OLED on monitors?
Carson_Official21/09/2019 19:07

It's all to do with content though. Movie publishers tried to push it on …It's all to do with content though. Movie publishers tried to push it on consumers in the 2010 era but the content sucked for a lot of films and most of us just prefer a better quality image over needless blurry 3D.I think I can remember 1 or 2 films which made proper use of 3D.






I have the C6 watching it now - best tv by far I’ve ever owned, no image retention forget nits the contrast on these are fabulous and if you’ve never seen a 3D movie on this, you’ve never seen proper 3D! 3D and Oled where made for each other. Unfortunately this isn’t a good deal since LG in their wisdom didn’t make 3D screens for replacement, so you may as well go for one of the newer non 3D Oleds.
drumboe21/09/2019 19:19

The home TV 3D never really worked properly, uncomfortable and expensive …The home TV 3D never really worked properly, uncomfortable and expensive glasses, ghosting, dark picture.Just as everyone decided that it was just too much trouble LG did it right, great 3D, sharp picture, no ghosting and 3D as good as most cinemas.At the time LG stopped producing 3D screens most blockbusters were still being released in 3D.Even today I'd consider buying a secondhand LG 3D TV, despite the fact that they're probably at least three years old.


I can recommend this one:
LG55UF860V
Bought January 2016, still going strong, used daily. Occasionally for 3D , which as you say is stunning, with simple lightweight glasses.
I'd like to get the 65C9Oled, but not convinced it's the thicker part of £2.5k better
muppetrider21/09/2019 15:41

So is this second hand with no usage info? That would be like buying a …So is this second hand with no usage info? That would be like buying a used car off eBay with no log book and salesman concealing the milage As the sales team are perfect aware, the screen time is easily assessable from the menu.


I didn’t know you can check the screen time. I also have a LG, please can you advise me how to check the screen time. Much appreciated
powerbrick21/09/2019 16:04

You mean image retention You will only get that if your are are …You mean image retention You will only get that if your are are a proper moron.


God sake, stop with this drivel. NOT EVERYONE HAS THE SAME PANEL.

More infuriating than the OLED debate when i see this nonsense.
Hasn't 3d died the death?
A refurbished OLED is bound to have issues, pay a little extra and buy brand new
twotone195421/09/2019 21:30

Hasn't 3d died the death?


All current major releases have been in 3D, no


cyclonus1021/09/2019 20:18

God sake, stop with this drivel. NOT EVERYONE HAS THE SAME PANEL.More …God sake, stop with this drivel. NOT EVERYONE HAS THE SAME PANEL.More infuriating than the OLED debate when i see this nonsense.


Don't know what are replying to
Tanni4play21/09/2019 20:17

I didn’t know you can check the screen time. I also have a LG, please can y …I didn’t know you can check the screen time. I also have a LG, please can you advise me how to check the screen time. Much appreciated


Sure.. Which model?

Try settings, advanced settings, general, customer support or 'product information'

Other models may vary depending on OS
Edited by: "muppetrider" 21st Sep
Despite being a refurb, it’s at a price point that will tempt consumers as it is as low as mainstream 2019 LED TVs, yet the OLED picture quality (with HDR too) is still way better. If you wanted similar picture quality with a current model, then you’re talking upwards of £1,200 so definitely worth a shot.
Any idea what the warranty is with this?
redduck22/09/2019 13:01

Any idea what the warranty is with this?


1 year warranty
I had this tv and it’s very good! I paid £1900 for it back then. The curve on these is subtle unlike other ridiculous curves on Samsung etc! I actually miss the slight curve for depth. At this price i think it’s worth a punt with 1yr warranty
Only useful if you live in a lighthouse.
In a world where the 55B8 has been available brand new with a 6 year warranty from richer sounds at £949, I don’t see anyway at all that a 3 year old refurbished TV without all it features working and with only a 1 year warranty could ever be considered as a good deal at £625
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