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Linsar 75UHD520 75 Inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV in Black with 3x HDMI £699 w/code @ CO-OP Electrical
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Linsar 75UHD520 75 Inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV in Black with 3x HDMI £699 w/code @ CO-OP Electrical

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Posted 27th FebEdited by:"devinn"
With a 5 Year Warranty, the Linsar 75UHD520 UHD 4K resolution screen and its 4K ROKU Streaming Stick take you to the next level of viewing experience.

With four times the number of pixels of 1080p Full HD, the Linsar 75UHD520 delivers stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail.

Experience this high-spec picture using its 3 x HDMI connections, perfect for the ultimate ROKU 4K SMART Streaming stick packed in every box. This gives you all the free of charge catch up TV services PLUS NETFLIX, AMAZON PRIME, NOW TV and many others.
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No hdr on this
Free delivery
Edited by: "extonjoe" 27th Feb
extonjoe27th Feb

No hdr on this


You have the set? I have the 55 inch version that says no hdr and it does have hdr
No just reading the specs
Good deal if went under £800
extonjoe2nd Mar

Good deal if went under £800


now its £749
Very tempted
Someone must have bought this
Biggest vestal u can get
extonjoe02/03/2019 06:29

Good deal if went under £800



£729 maybe you need to read it properly!!
magman9 m ago

£729 maybe you need to read it properly!!



it was more when they wrote that comment, i think it was £849
And company cease trading on 24 march
Hence they are shifting stock to any unsuspecting punters
What happens when you claim the warranty
Just thought I'd leave some feeback on these TVs as there seems to be some confusion around them on the various threads. I've got the 55 inch version.

The picture is mostly very nice, though yellow colours have a greenish tint to them on mine. You can negate this a bit with the colour settings but it's still an issue. The TVs have 3 HDMI ports. It can display 4k 60hz just fine, though you have to turn HDMI mode to advanced in the menu for it to work. I had trouble getting my PC to work at 60hz but I was able to get it going by using a new Display Port to Hdmi cable.

When using the Roku, make sure to turn off the automatically switch refresh rate option. With this on apps like Netflix and Plex will run at 24hz and look horrible.

It does have HDR but how good it is compared to HDR on big brand TV's, I have no idea. To my eye it looks lovely on 4k HDR youtube videos and Netflix. If you press the display button on the remote it will tell you if the content you're watching has HDR.

The TV has an issue on HD channels (BBC1 HD etc). I get intermittent drop outs in signal on them. It's not a major issue as I don't watch that much TV but it is quite annoying and I've tried all I can think to fix it.

The warranty seems dodgy to me. Linsar's site is gone. Tempo have a warranty form that crashes when you try to submit. I'm going to see if i can get in touch with them but I would be surprised if this 5 year warranty gets honoured.

All in all its a decent TV. I paid 300 for the 55 inch and I think thats a good deal. Just hope it doesn't go pop after a year! I doubt I'd risk buying the bigger pricier versions though.
Glen_Cooper18th Mar

Just thought I'd leave some feeback on these TVs as there seems to be some …Just thought I'd leave some feeback on these TVs as there seems to be some confusion around them on the various threads. I've got the 55 inch version.The picture is mostly very nice, though yellow colours have a greenish tint to them on mine. You can negate this a bit with the colour settings but it's still an issue. The TVs have 3 HDMI ports. It can display 4k 60hz just fine, though you have to turn HDMI mode to advanced in the menu for it to work. I had trouble getting my PC to work at 60hz but I was able to get it going by using a new Display Port to Hdmi cable.When using the Roku, make sure to turn off the automatically switch refresh rate option. With this on apps like Netflix and Plex will run at 24hz and look horrible. It does have HDR but how good it is compared to HDR on big brand TV's, I have no idea. To my eye it looks lovely on 4k HDR youtube videos and Netflix. If you press the display button on the remote it will tell you if the content you're watching has HDR.The TV has an issue on HD channels (BBC1 HD etc). I get intermittent drop outs in signal on them. It's not a major issue as I don't watch that much TV but it is quite annoying and I've tried all I can think to fix it.The warranty seems dodgy to me. Linsar's site is gone. Tempo have a warranty form that crashes when you try to submit. I'm going to see if i can get in touch with them but I would be surprised if this 5 year warranty gets honoured. All in all its a decent TV. I paid 300 for the 55 inch and I think thats a good deal. Just hope it doesn't go pop after a year! I doubt I'd risk buying the bigger pricier versions though.


Hi what’s your settings for the tv as I got the 65inch and the picture is very dull and dark and overall not great maybe I got the settings wrong
I have noticed some scenes from certain films look a little dark. I just use the preset picture modes mainly, I presume you've tried all those? I found standard is a bit dull but dynamic or vivid are the best two settings, though it does depend on the content you're watching at the time. There's a P.Mode button on the remote to cycle through these quickly. On user mode you can adjust the settings to your liking
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