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Linsar 4K Ultra HD LED TV + 5 Year Warranty - 50UHD520 50'' £199 / 55UHD520 55'' £299 / 65UHD520 65'' £399 Delivered @ RGB Direct
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Linsar 4K Ultra HD LED TV + 5 Year Warranty - 50UHD520 50'' £199 / 55UHD520 55'' £299 / 65UHD520 65'' £399 Delivered @ RGB Direct

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Posted 21st Jun

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*UPDATE* The 50” model is now £229

The 55” and 65” models come with a free 4K Roku streaming stick worth £50!

FREE 5 Year Warranty via Customer Registration at linsar.com/register-product/

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This Linsar 4K UHD TV will transform your viewing experience and provide you with endless entertainment

Equipped with access to all of your favourite channels, you’ll never be short of something to watch

With 4K UHD quality, a 3840 x 2160 screen resolution and LED backlighting technology, this TV always boasts a crystal-clear picture

Family nights-in will go above and beyond the everyday, thanks to the 50UHD520’s built-in Digital TV service

You’ll have full access to all the entertainment on Freeview HD at no charge, where you can browse through 70 TV channels, plus up to 15 HD channels

Why not complete your home entertainment hub by using the SCART socket and three HDMI ports? Linsar makes it easy for you to pair your media players and games consoles with the 50UHD520

Even better, you’ll also find two USB ports. If you want to show off your latest phone snaps, there’s no better way to do it than on this TV

When there’s a great film on late, you might not want to wake the rest of the family. The headphone jack makes it easy to enjoy cinematic audio without disturbing anyone else

And, the clever, wall-mountable design – plus supporting side feet – means you can place your Linsar TV wherever you need it to get the best view

Whatever entertainment you want to enjoy, the Linsar 50UHD520 has you covered
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bbfb12321/06/2019 13:42

How does this one compare to LG OLED?


Someone's been on the special juice!?
Great price but postage to Northern Ireland is £124.99 what an absolute joke!
So the actual TV isn't smart, only makes it smart using the Roku stick

Decent price though
Edited by: "KiNG" 21st Jun
Galaxien21/06/2019 12:20

Could you please tell me what the viewing is like when sitting at an angle?



The viewing angles are good. The screen image is good from anywhere in the living room and hallway. you dont have to sit directly in front of it.

Setting up is very easy - it picked up all the channels freeview and freeview hd quickly. and it is easy to switch between different sources - ie my mum also has access to satellite tv via a box - and that connects to this via HDMI. the EPG is also good.

It also has a scart socket - most new tvs no longer have this - so you can still connect old devices to it. The sound is decent also - not if you listen to music but it goes up loud enough for tv use.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 21st Jun
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Good price
So the actual TV isn't smart, only makes it smart using the Roku stick

Decent price though
Edited by: "KiNG" 21st Jun
what a price - great find @cbr6fx
Fantastic mate, heat added. Thanks for sharing
Very cheap!
Cancelled my graded ElectriQ 50" Smart 4k TV for this 50" instead! £20 cheaper, 4 year longer warranty and new.
Before anyone says the 50" is not smart, I know...I already have a 4k Roku so I'm fine with that.
65 Inch 4k TV for £400. That is insanely good. I know there will be the haters who will whine about IPS vs VA, local dimming and HRD10+ etc, but if what you want is a nice big 4k TV for cheap then this is a cracking price. Heat Added
I bought the tv for my mum when it last came up on here via the coop - it cost around £240 then. It is pretty decent for this price. I bought a cheap bracket and installed it myself.

The SD picture is good. on HD there is lag which makes it unwatchable that is probably because I used a cheap hdmi cable. I'll try it with a better cable made for 4k tv use.

Buy a Roku device to make it smart. Its a very good deal. The reviews on Amazon are good. the only 2 negative ones are from people who thought they were buying a smart tv. Connect a wireless box, like roku and you can connect it to the internet to operate as a smart tv.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 21st Jun
Does this have any hdr capabilities? I know its very unlikely for the price
fiqqer21/06/2019 12:14

I bought the tv for my mum when it last came up on here via the coop - it …I bought the tv for my mum when it last came up on here via the coop - it cost around £240 then. It is pretty decent for this price. I bought a cheap bracket and installed it myself. The SD picture is good. on HD there is lag which makes it unwatchable that is probably because I used a cheap hdmi cable. I'll try it with a better cable made for 4k tv use.Buy a Roku device to make it smart. Its a very good deal.



Could you please tell me what the viewing is like when sitting at an angle?
Galaxien21/06/2019 12:20

Could you please tell me what the viewing is like when sitting at an angle?



The viewing angles are good. The screen image is good from anywhere in the living room and hallway. you dont have to sit directly in front of it.

Setting up is very easy - it picked up all the channels freeview and freeview hd quickly. and it is easy to switch between different sources - ie my mum also has access to satellite tv via a box - and that connects to this via HDMI. the EPG is also good.

It also has a scart socket - most new tvs no longer have this - so you can still connect old devices to it. The sound is decent also - not if you listen to music but it goes up loud enough for tv use.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 21st Jun
I was looking for a cheap TV to put in my kids games room, would the 50 inch TV be any good for gaming and watching youtube (with a roku or something similar)
MungoSplodge21/06/2019 12:50

I was looking for a cheap TV to put in my kids games room, would the 50 …I was looking for a cheap TV to put in my kids games room, would the 50 inch TV be any good for gaming and watching youtube (with a roku or something similar)



it will be fine more than fine for watching youtube videos - its good at standard resolution viewing, I'm not sure how good it will be for gaming though. I have only connected a basic HDMI cable to it. with this it wont be good enough due to lag. Changing it to a high speed hdmi cable may work better.

The size of the tv makes it ideal for viewing as you need to sit further back to for the optimal viewing distance. Sit too close and you will notice blockiness, sit further back and the image is fine. This is normal for tvs this size.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 21st Jun
Great price but postage to Northern Ireland is £124.99 what an absolute joke!
Ordered. Thanks cbr6fx 🔥
awoodhall200321/06/2019 12:05

Cancelled my graded ElectriQ 50" Smart 4k TV for this 50" instead! £20 …Cancelled my graded ElectriQ 50" Smart 4k TV for this 50" instead! £20 cheaper, 4 year longer warranty and new.Before anyone says the 50" is not smart, I know...I already have a 4k Roku so I'm fine with that.


Do you have to pay for Roku ?
Got this 3 months ago from co-op
How does this one compare to LG OLED?
MungoSplodge21/06/2019 12:50

I was looking for a cheap TV to put in my kids games room, would the 50 …I was looking for a cheap TV to put in my kids games room, would the 50 inch TV be any good for gaming and watching youtube (with a roku or something similar)


Terrible for gaming, most TVs are. For super casual games like minecraft it might be ok but anything competitive would be a no go.

The issue will be input latency, the time it takes the TV to display what it was told to display, this is no good for most competitive games and is equivalent to having a bad internet connection. When looking for a TV for gaming try to find one where you can disable most processing of the image and that has the lowest input latency/response time.
bbfb12321/06/2019 13:42

How does this one compare to LG OLED?


Someone's been on the special juice!?
Where do you claim the Roku stick, I see no mention on product page or basket?
D1N21/06/2019 13:48

Where do you claim the Roku stick, I see no mention on product page or …Where do you claim the Roku stick, I see no mention on product page or basket?


No roku stick with the 50". Only with the 55" and 65" models.
purchased when coop went good tv for price
garethcollins92521/06/2019 13:50

No roku stick with the 50". Only with the 55" and 65" models.


Thanks, I need to learn to read, I'll blame the excitement...
reece.silba21/06/2019 13:45

Terrible for gaming, most TVs are. For super casual games like minecraft …Terrible for gaming, most TVs are. For super casual games like minecraft it might be ok but anything competitive would be a no go.The issue will be input latency, the time it takes the TV to display what it was told to display, this is no good for most competitive games and is equivalent to having a bad internet connection. When looking for a TV for gaming try to find one where you can disable most processing of the image and that has the lowest input latency/response time.


Diasgree use mine with Xbox One X and runs fine, although if a competative gamer getting paid then you wouldnt be buying this (bought the 55" version)

Plus HDR is nice and runs via the HDMI 2 port, Roku stick is a nice freebie and works well, perfect for streaming content from phone with one click
Edited by: "mrbeeks" 21st Jun
daz4021/06/2019 13:23

Do you have to pay for Roku ?


Pay for the hardware yes.
Then it is more like an app front - so I use Netflix, Amazon Video, Youtube, Deezer, Plex through mine.
bbfb12321/06/2019 13:53

How would it compare ya reckon


Like the image quality of a Nokia 7650 screen vs a current generation iPhone I'd say!
Another Vestel tv from Turkey, cheap as chips tho
Yes, could be fine with No wifi connection that would mean no permissions, tracking cookies etc, no Ads or reporting back to whoever about what your watching. or devices you attach.
deanos21/06/2019 14:05

Another Vestel tv from Turkey, cheap as chips tho


What is the issue with TVs being made "vestal"?
Good for the price, but won't be swapping from my Q9FN lol.

Also, i would suggest a firestick over a Roku to make it a smart tv, miles better.
Heat!! John Lewis Stock them, so in theory must meet their quality control if they have any and maybe a price match: johnlewis.com/lin…268
Does it have HDR?
bbfb12321/06/2019 13:42

How does this one compare to LG OLED?

LG probably won't be as bright.....
Excellent price - especially with 5 year warranty. Very tempted however I would get grief if I bought another TV!!!
Seeing lots of reviews about the LED's blowing on these TV's, only for Linsar to bail on the warranty. Just what I read, not my experience.

I'm looking for a TV myself, and while the price is good, I won't be taking the chance. Just my 10 cents...
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