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LG Signature OLED65W7V 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart HDR OLED TV With Wallpaper Design And Dolby Atmos £2497 @ Laptops Direct
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LG Signature OLED65W7V 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart HDR OLED TV With Wallpaper Design And Dolby Atmos £2497 @ Laptops Direct

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Posted 24th Dec 2019

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Great price in my opinion.

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  • LG W7 OLED Wallpaper TV
  • 4K Ultra HD resolution
  • Smart TV with built-in WiFi
  • Dolby Vision, HLG and HDR10
  • Freeview HD and Freesat
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • USB media playback
  • USB recording
  • Bluetooth compatible
  • Dolby Atmos sound technology
  • Total sound output: 60 W
  • Energy efficiency class: B
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Connections
  • 4 x HDMI
  • 3 x USB
  • 1 x Optical audio output
  • 1 x Analogue audio output
  • 1 x Headphone output
  • 1 x Common interface (CI)
  • 1 x Satellite input
  • 1 x RF input
  • 1 x Ethernet
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22 Comments
Cold, £50 less at richer sounds with 6 year warranty
matais24/12/2019 11:37

Cold, £50 less at richer sounds with 6 year warranty


I did search for this exact model but it said it wasn't sold anymore, do you have a link please?

This is the only one I could find
richersounds.com/lg-…tml
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 24th Dec 2019
MrSwitch24/12/2019 11:44

I did search for this exact model but it said it wasn't sold anymore, do …I did search for this exact model but it said it wasn't sold anymore, do you have a link please?This is the only one I could findhttps://www.richersounds.com/lg-oled65w7v.html


Ahh sorry saw it a few days ago but it has sold out now
matais24/12/2019 11:51

Ahh sorry saw it a few days ago but it has sold out now


No problem
Do you need to use the soundbar?
Always wanted this TV, almost 3 years old now though
Gormond24/12/2019 12:34

Do you need to use the soundbar?


Yes. All of the inputs are inside the soundbar. You can choose to hide it and output to another soundbar though
mjayna27024/12/2019 12:34

Always wanted this TV, almost 3 years old now though

Even the B7 still takes my breath away, I was watching Seven Worlds last week on iplayer in HDR HLG, phenomenal
Was about to bite, then I saw the 1 year warranty. I’m assuming it would be best to pay on a credit for consumer law?
Which processor does this have?
I currently have a C9 and whilst I like the idea of all the connections being on the soundbar I wouldn’t want to downgrade my picture quality as the C9 has the latest processor
MattyJ198524/12/2019 14:52

Which processor does this have? I currently have a C9 and whilst I like …Which processor does this have? I currently have a C9 and whilst I like the idea of all the connections being on the soundbar I wouldn’t want to downgrade my picture quality as the C9 has the latest processor


The old one.

George
hairray24/12/2019 13:59

Was about to bite, then I saw the 1 year warranty. I’m assuming it would b …Was about to bite, then I saw the 1 year warranty. I’m assuming it would be best to pay on a credit for consumer law?


Don't bite, it burns.
Given the inferior processor vs picture quality of sub 2k models, surely this isn't a 'hot deal' at £2500?
Edited by: "muppetrider" 24th Dec 2019
muppetrider24/12/2019 15:36

Given the inferior processor and picture quality of sub 2k models, surely …Given the inferior processor and picture quality of sub 2k models, surely this isn't a 'hot deal' at £2500?


Looks pretty hot to me, though I haven't any idea of what you've just said
MrSwitch24/12/2019 15:38

Looks pretty hot to me, though I haven't any idea of what you've just said …Looks pretty hot to me, though I haven't any idea of what you've just said


Basically old technology is inferior, especially when it comes to OLED and TV processors.

So given that, it's obviously unfortunate if buyers pay £750 extra cash thinking it's a good deal but they get a significantly worsepicture.

People being mislead buying "hot deals" can do unsuspecting customers more harm than good, so to help I pointed out people can save many hundreds of pounds avoiding this product while also gaining the more modern OLED picture quality that they are probably after (the picture quality and connectivity on this £2500 LG is inferior to recent far cheaper LG models).
Edited by: "muppetrider" 24th Dec 2019
muppetrider24/12/2019 17:27

Basically old technology is inferior, especially when it comes to OLED and …Basically old technology is inferior, especially when it comes to OLED and TV processors.So given that, it's obviously unfortunate if buyers pay £750 extra cash thinking it's a good deal but they get a significantly worse picture.Making products "hot" deals for the sake of it can do unsuspecting customers more harm than good, so I pointed out people can save many hundreds of pounds avoiding this product while also gaining the more modern OLED picture quality that they are probably after (the picture quality and connectivity on this £2500 model is inferior to recent much cheaper LG models).


Fair enough, and hopefully people have read your comment. Have a great Christmas now
I wouldn't say it would have significantly worse picture, that is a bit of a stretch to say the least. This TV is currently selling for £5,000 at John Lewis.
muppetrider24/12/2019 17:27

Basically old technology is inferior, especially when it comes to OLED and …Basically old technology is inferior, especially when it comes to OLED and TV processors.So given that, it's obviously unfortunate if buyers pay £750 extra cash thinking it's a good deal but they get a significantly worse picture.People being mislead buying "hot deals" can do unsuspecting customers more harm than good, so to help I pointed out people can save many hundreds of pounds avoiding this product while also gaining the more modern OLED picture quality that they are probably after (the picture quality and connectivity on this £2500 LG is inferior to recent far cheaper LG models).


In addition people are clearly after the 'wallpaper' thick depth, in conjunction with picture quality, which is why John Lewis are still clearing their stock at £5k well above the latest OLEDs you describe.
Edited by: "mjayna270" 24th Dec 2019
If someone finds this with 5 year warranty at this price let me know
Feel like I should share my opinion about Oleds as if I knew this before buying my b6 back in the day, I would have quickly changed my mind. Do not use these tvs to watch news channels like sky news, cnn or anything like it. Those bars on the bottom and sides which these channels display will inevitably cause burn in. This is what happened to me within 2 years by viewing those channels around 1 hour per day
I second that love my B7 but be careful with burn in. I have sky sports news bars burnt in and PC games. Incredible picture but be careful with OLED
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