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Linsar 55UHD8000FP 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Freeview Play Free 5 Year Guarantee £279.99 @ Ebuyer
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Linsar 55UHD8000FP 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Freeview Play Free 5 Year Guarantee £279.99 @ Ebuyer

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Posted 19th Nov 2019

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Linsar 55UHD8000FP See every detail, with UHD 4K resolution

With four times the resolution of Full 1080p HD, 4K (UHD) TV offers stunning detail and resolution for totally life-like realism. You can now get a huge range of content in UHD 4K, including UHD Blu-ray, TV and gaming. Another advantage with this higher resolution TV is that, because the pixels are smaller than FHD TVs, you can sit closer to the TV before you lose definition - making a larger screen possible in a smaller room.

Big screen value

Priced closer to 43 - 49 inch smart TVs, this 55 inch Linsar TV is a big-screen bargain. A bigger screen helps draw you into the action, making it ideal for action movies and big sports events alike.

Smart TV via wi-fi

Connect to your internet via Ethernet or wi-fi and you get access to wide range of smart TV. The intelligent remote control offers direct access to YouTube, where you can enjoy all your video favourites - on the big screen. A further button accesses Freeview Play, giving you access to all the popular catch-up TV services.

Freeview Play for catch-up TV

Freeview Play makes catch-up TV easy. Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, the ITV Hub, All4 and My5 sitting alongside over 60TV Channels and up to 15 HD channels. Simply scroll back in your TV guide to watch shows you missed from the last 7 days. Just make sure your TV is connected to the internet and you're good to go.

Fully connected for sources, old and new

Featuring three HDMI sockets, the Linsar has got all your home entertainment connected - including Blu-ray player, games console and set-top TV box. Twin USBs sockets are provided for media devices. You'll also find a SCART socket, which is perfect for connecting older devices and much harder to find on many current TVs.

PVR USB

One of the USB sockets lets you connect a USB memory stick to use as a PVR. PVR stands for Personal Video Recorder and lets you record TV programmes via the set's Electronic Programme Guide. It can also pause live TV - just like a subscription based set-top box.

5 Year Warranty

The Linsar 55UHD8000FP comes with a FREE 5-year warranty!
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Personally i don't like ebuyer but what a cracking price as it's £329 at richersounds.
There are so many TV deals. I'm so overwhelmed and don't know which one to buy. Haha.
m1keyp1key19/11/2019 17:27

Personally i don't like ebuyer but what a cracking price as it's £329 at …Personally i don't like ebuyer but what a cracking price as it's £329 at richersounds.


Problem is, who pays for the postage if it breaks under warranty?
SeanUSX19/11/2019 17:31

Problem is, who pays for the postage if it breaks under warranty?



That's why i only buy tvs from John Lewis. Got a 55inch hisense coming tomorrow.
SeanUSX19/11/2019 17:31

Problem is, who pays for the postage if it breaks under warranty?


Out of curiosity, what's the going rate to send one of these back using a courier?
jcg19/11/2019 18:32

Out of curiosity, what's the going rate to send one of these back using a …Out of curiosity, what's the going rate to send one of these back using a courier?


A quick check on Hermes gives just under £20 for up to £300 insured and 15kg. Because any company not based in a physical store will normally be return to base warranties, but there aren’t any details on the website.
jcg19/11/2019 18:32

Out of curiosity, what's the going rate to send one of these back using a …Out of curiosity, what's the going rate to send one of these back using a courier?


At a guess £20 ?
Just bought one paid with klarna over 2 years, £28 pound deposit and £12 a month for 2 years. I spend more than that on snacks to go with my beer
SeanUSX19/11/2019 18:46

A quick check on Hermes gives just under £20 for up to £300 insured and 1 …A quick check on Hermes gives just under £20 for up to £300 insured and 15kg. Because any company not based in a physical store will normally be return to base warranties, but there aren’t any details on the website.


Although you can't be insured for TV's and monitors with Hermes. They will accept them, but won't cover you at all if they get damaged:

myhermes.co.uk/hel…de/
cheers
bought 2 one for us, one for the father in law. may buy another if there not bad.
Some people complaining at Amazon reviews this tv doesn’t have smart tv features even though it is mentioned at spec
Ordered one yesterday. Here's the manual for those who want to know the features:

richersounds.com/med…PDF
Just had ours delivered today (from Richersounds). The first one delivered yesterday arrived damaged.

Only had it connected for around an hour or so but very happy so far.
Having bought one of those on a previous deal I sent it straight back. Loads of noise in the pictures, grey ghosting at the side. Horrible cheap TV. Now I own a hisense and it's amazing.
happymanuk20/11/2019 16:07

Just had ours delivered today (from Richersounds). The first one …Just had ours delivered today (from Richersounds). The first one delivered yesterday arrived damaged.Only had it connected for around an hour or so but very happy so far.


I see it's down to £299 at RS now
Is this TV any good, what's the piture quality like?
SixFeet21/11/2019 15:48

Is this TV any good, what's the piture quality like?


For a budget TV, I'm happy with the picture quality. It needed the settings - brightness, contrast, sharpness adjusting a little bit out of the box, but very happy with it.

The sound isn't quite right yet, but I'm going to have a go at adjusting that too.

If you are comparing against a Samsung or a Sony you will notice a difference. However if you are comparing against other budget brands - Hisense, Toshiba, Sharp, and supermarket brands I doubt you will be disappointed.
happymanuk21/11/2019 16:10

For a budget TV, I'm happy with the picture quality. It needed the …For a budget TV, I'm happy with the picture quality. It needed the settings - brightness, contrast, sharpness adjusting a little bit out of the box, but very happy with it.The sound isn't quite right yet, but I'm going to have a go at adjusting that too.If you are comparing against a Samsung or a Sony you will notice a difference. However if you are comparing against other budget brands - Hisense, Toshiba, Sharp, and supermarket brands I doubt you will be disappointed.



Cheers pal. I currently have a polaroid so yeah only comparing against other budget brands. I don't care about having the greatest picture ever, just as long as it is good and blacks don't blend etc.
I have got hisense 50” for 300 after reading comments here
My Linsar arrived today and it is way better than the £279.99 I paid for it. The box was damaged when it arrived but I think that's the courier's fault (Yodel). The telly works perfectly with some tweaks such as turning store mode off under expert settings and fine tuning the colour to your liking (mine's 50 on everything + warm temperature).

EDIT: Returned it as the picture is only good for 4K sources. Regular tv programs look muddy and has noticeable shadow on movement. Got the 58 inch Toshiba instead.
Edited by: "gx3k" 29th Nov 2019
As people have eluded, a rubbish company to deal with if anything goes wrongng under warranty.
keifrb26/11/2019 08:26

As people have eluded, a rubbish company to deal with if anything goes …As people have eluded, a rubbish company to deal with if anything goes wrongng under warranty.


Returned mine after 2 days and they picked it up for free. Not sure what happens after the 14 day cooling period.
gx3k29/11/2019 23:17

Returned mine after 2 days and they picked it up for free. Not sure what …Returned mine after 2 days and they picked it up for free. Not sure what happens after the 14 day cooling period.


Did you not like the TV?
gtd6530/11/2019 10:18

Did you not like the TV?


It was great for £280 but only for 4k sources such as blu rays and 4k YouTube. Regular hd content is way behind the hisense TV. I don't think most people will notice if they don't have another tv to compare it with. Got the 58 inch Toshiba for £50 more. Still not as good as the hisense but better on the HD than the Linsar.
Edited by: "gx3k" 30th Nov 2019
gx3k30/11/2019 13:47

It was great for £280 but only for 4k sources such as blu rays and 4k …It was great for £280 but only for 4k sources such as blu rays and 4k YouTube. Regular hd content is way behind the hisense TV. I don't think most people will notice if they don't have another tv to compare it with. Got the 58 inch Toshiba for £50 more. Still not as good as the hisense but better on the HD than the Linsar.


So you think better to choose Hisense, if not using 4k sources.

I rarely would use 4k to be honest.

Thanks for the info
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