LG OLED55C6V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" OLED TV  with 5 Years Warranty  £1349.10  Currys with code
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LG OLED55C6V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" OLED TV with 5 Years Warranty £1349.10 Currys with code

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If you add the bundle with the HDMI cable included at £1,509.98 you can use code LSTV150A instead which will bring the price down to £1,359.98.
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Oh no... not sure I can resist
Is LSTV150A still a working code? £1349.00 if it is
idbroadhurst

Is LSTV150A still a working code? £1349.00 if it is



That was for £1500 and above, we're 1p shy lol
frieqs

Oh no... not sure I can resist


This. So this.
I had a feeling the C would get reduced further. People don't seem to want the curve.
I guess the B is in the same offer as it similar price.
What's the source of the promo code please?
joedredd

I had a feeling the C would get reduced further. People don't seem to … I had a feeling the C would get reduced further. People don't seem to want the curve.


that is what I said to myself over 1 year ago and still waiting for a further reduction....
Damn my small walled house
Great price. 3d on these 4k TVs is spectacular - the C6 does it better than any TV out there (well apart from the far more expensive e and g) , shame it was killed off just as it started getting good.
Angel_Of_The_North

What's the source of the promo code please?


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If you can't push to £1300 then I can highly recommend the LG 55uh850.

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/lg-55uh850v-smart-3d-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-55-led-tv-10144280-pdt.html

With LSTV75A it comes to £724.

HDR looks great, gets slightly brighter than Oled but without the perfect blacks. Coming from a 7 year old budget Sony it looks spectacular. Martian in 3d is amazing!
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 24th May 2017
the.porter

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Thank you
**** what a price for this awesome tv!!! Had this since October and can't believe it has dropped so much!
hhmm...really want the 65 inch but at over £1000 more than 55 inch...is it really worth it??? Decisions...Decisions!!
Picked up this tv a little over a week ago. Very happy with it! It replaced my Panasonic 55 backlit LCD which I purchased a little over a year ago. Black blacks are godly and as stated the 3D performance on this tv is fantastic!

Dolby Vision support sweetens the deal but at this price if you can, buy it and never look back. I know I won't.
Dolby vision is looking a bit dead in the water as so few sources actually support it. For example, Samsung blu-ray players don't support DV at all - not even the 2017 model due this month.
ro53ben

Dolby vision is looking a bit dead in the water as so few sources … Dolby vision is looking a bit dead in the water as so few sources actually support it. For example, Samsung blu-ray players don't support DV at all - not even the 2017 model due this month.



Sony and Lionsgate are releasing content in DV as is Netflix. Samsung have their own competing format (the name escapes me).
Edited by: "Alansmithee" 24th May 2017
55"... Is it for the downstairs toilet?
IK1

hhmm...really want the 65 inch but at over £1000 more than 55 inch...is … hhmm...really want the 65 inch but at over £1000 more than 55 inch...is it really worth it??? Decisions...Decisions!!



I'd say hang on and wait for further price drops . I'm I'm not going below 65 at this resolution.
I'm close to biting. The only thing is the Warranty.
Very tempted.....
Alansmithee

Sony and Lionsgate are releasing content in DV as is Netflix. Samsung … Sony and Lionsgate are releasing content in DV as is Netflix. Samsung have their own competing format (the name escapes me).



I'm aware the some producers are making DV content, but it's very hard to find equipment that will actually play it.

Samsung doesn't have its own format, they use the HDR10 standard which isn't proprietary. Anything produced in HDR10 will play on both LG and Samsung 4k TVs - it will maximise sales. Why use something that nobody can playback?
joedredd

I had a feeling the C would get reduced further. People don't seem to … I had a feeling the C would get reduced further. People don't seem to want the curve.


I love the curve on my LG but don't use the 3D
Most important features in a new TV for me, in order, best first:

OLED > HDR > 3D > CURVE > 4K
Edited by: "ro53ben" 24th May 2017
Alansmithee

Sony and Lionsgate are releasing content in DV as is Netflix. Samsung … Sony and Lionsgate are releasing content in DV as is Netflix. Samsung have their own competing format (the name escapes me).


HDR10+
IK1

hhmm...really want the 65 inch but at over £1000 more than 55 inch...is … hhmm...really want the 65 inch but at over £1000 more than 55 inch...is it really worth it??? Decisions...Decisions!!



You get use to TV screen pretty quick, i would put the £1000 into Audio set up personally, also depending on your room size.
Just got the 910v from RS... damm should've hung on a bit for this.. But when does it all end..
Edited by: "plumberman56" 24th May 2017
IK1

hhmm...really want the 65 inch but at over £1000 more than 55 inch...is … hhmm...really want the 65 inch but at over £1000 more than 55 inch...is it really worth it??? Decisions...Decisions!!


I was also in the spot as you, then decided to go with the 65" YOLO

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Ive been doing a pretty good job at resisting the OLED tvs.. but this price is ridiculous. Not sure wether to get the c6 or b6 though
jnottle91

Ive been doing a pretty good job at resisting the OLED tvs.. but this … Ive been doing a pretty good job at resisting the OLED tvs.. but this price is ridiculous. Not sure wether to get the c6 or b6 though


For me the decider was our seating arrange in the lounge, the curve (however slight) would've meant distortion from the opposite angles we sit. Otherwise I'd have gone for the C to get 3D even though it's limited use and dying format. Also the LG CPU could be a boon in terms of firmware release cycles.
ro53ben

Most important features in a new TV for me, in order, best first:OLED … Most important features in a new TV for me, in order, best first:OLED > HDR > 3D > CURVE > 4K


I suspect that'll change as more 4K content becomes available.
joedredd

I suspect that'll change as more 4K content becomes available.



At 55" from a "normal" viewing distance, it's not really possible to see that much difference between 1080p and 4k. HDR contrast, for sure, but not 4k resolution. I don't think it's worth the money unless you've got a bigger screen.

If HDR worked on a 1080p OLED it would be great value.
jaydeeuk1

If you can't push to £1300 then I can highly recommend the LG … If you can't push to £1300 then I can highly recommend the LG 55uh850.http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/lg-55uh850v-smart-3d-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-55-led-tv-10144280-pdt.htmlWith LSTV75A it comes to £724.HDR looks great, gets slightly brighter than Oled but without the perfect blacks. Coming from a 7 year old budget Sony it looks spectacular. Martian in 3d is amazing!



I'd disagree regarding the 3D on the LCD's. I've tested many of the LCD's in-store with test slides and the LCD's are too sensitive to vertical position. No matter where you are, at best you get crosstalk on either the top or bottom 25% of the screen. The OLED on the other hand is significantly better with respect to crosstalk and vertical position. As this the last chance to buy a 3DTV, my advice is simple. Buy the best, (The C6.)
plumberman56

Just got the 910v from RS... damm should've hung on a bit for this.. But … Just got the 910v from RS... damm should've hung on a bit for this.. But when does it all end..



Feel for you man.

Same here. Love my Samsung 9000 curve.

gr8h8me

I love the curve on my LG but don't use the 3D


ro53ben

At 55" from a "normal" viewing distance, it's not really possible to see … At 55" from a "normal" viewing distance, it's not really possible to see that much difference between 1080p and 4k. HDR contrast, for sure, but not 4k resolution. I don't think it's worth the money unless you've got a bigger screen.If HDR worked on a 1080p OLED it would be great value.



We saw a lot of this when HD was released. There is no "normal" viewing distance per se.
It's just people's perception based on their own viewing distance and that of friends/family. In other words entirely anecdotal.

Since we're discussing anecdotal evidence. Most people I know have a viewing distance based on a combination of size/shape of living room, furniture, socket and aerial/sat feed location. Very few if any have changed in decades. And most have worked there way up in size with every purchase. Hence many have ended up in the THX window, where of course 4K starts to come into play.

Having said that I wouldn't put 4K near the top of my list due to the lack of content.

And curved, that would rule out any set :(. I'd snap the 65" version of this set up if it was flat. Instead I'll have to hope for some drops on the E series as the Mrs wants 3D.
If you add the bundle with the HDMI cable included at £1,509.98 you can use code LSTV150A instead which will bring the price down to £1,359.98.
I bought the 55in E6V version of this TV just before xmas from John Lewis. Absolutely fantastic picture quality and everybody who has watched it comments just how good it is!

PS4 Pro looks fantastic on it too!
ro53ben

At 55" from a "normal" viewing distance, it's not really possible to see … At 55" from a "normal" viewing distance, it's not really possible to see that much difference between 1080p and 4k. HDR contrast, for sure, but not 4k resolution. I don't think it's worth the money unless you've got a bigger screen.If HDR worked on a 1080p OLED it would be great value.


That's simply not true. There can be a significant difference when viewing true 4k content on appropriate hardware in comparison to 1080p; at any distance in a house at this size..

Edited by: "SamuraiJB" 24th May 2017
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