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LG OLED65C8 65 INCH 4K UHD SMART OLED TV inc. 5 yr warranty £2899 (using £100 OFF code) plus £500 via redemption @ Reliant Direct
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Only £2399. Probably the best TV around at the moment as reviewed by AV Forums. Certainly the only TV I've seen that gets a 5* or 10/10 rating just about everywhere. Price: £299… Read more

Tell him to use the panel clean function


I don’t even think he’s noticed it so I’m not gonna tell him. All I would say is that it is a potential issue so be careful not to leave your tv running on stations with static logos.


I had to get some longer ones but used some spacers like the other guy, worked like a charm. I’m not sure of the exact length now


It would depend on your VESA mount and/or spacers you use. At first I bought 25mm M6 from Wilko, but they were too short so then got 50mm M6 pack, and using rubber spacers, it worked perfectly.


no 3d?

Samsung mu9000 55 inch - £779 @ Reliantdirect
Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
Samsung 55 inch curved tv top of the range of the series voice control one connect smart tv. great tv as I have it myself pqi 2700 1000 hdr 10 bit. Full 4k also comes with 5 yrs wa… Read more

Advert lists a mu9000 one of the pics mentions the older KS9000 lol.


....Said the actress to the bishop


I honestly don't notice the curve at all.


No doubt a good deal.... sadly it’s curved. Honestly though, curved hasn’t been very well received (in general) has it?, a bit like 3D really.... never took off or not enough interest to keep it going, so I wonder how long curved TVs will last?


Have the 65 version of this, would have gone for flat 65MU8000 but the price for the 9000 at the time was WAY too good to pass up. Currently the 55mu8000 is 749 at RGB direct Overall it's an excellent TV, I did compare to the 55 and the curve is quite a bit more noticeable. With a 65 you really dont notice it. This is a great price for this TV you won't be disappointed if you're looking for a proper mid-range TV that can do great HDR and has nice blacks. Also the voice control via the remote is amazing, you can control any setting which means you only really need to use the small smart remote. I haven't touched the full sized remote at all yet. Any questions feel free to ask (y)

LG 55SJ850V LED HDR Super UHD 4K TV - £729 using code SAVE50 @ Reliant Direct
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
LG 55SJ850V LED HDR Super UHD 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play, Ultra Slim Design, Harman / Kardon Sound & Crescent Stand, Silver Looks a good price. With the righ… Read more

Kool thanks I keep seeing the sound is great. That's why I feel bit silly spending £1349 on the oled b7 just for the deeper blacks..


That’s a sweet deal. The sound is excellent (H&K) and its a lot quicker to load all the Smart stuff than 2017 Sony TVs I tried.


Thanks for your advice im gonna order from John Lewis have a price match for £739.. delivery for weds.




Do you own this TV yourself??

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Stunning LG OLED 77” OLED77G7 TV reduced from £7999 to £6999 @ Reliant Direct
LocalLocalFound 19th MayFound 19th May
This is an LG OLED TV - widely regarded as the best TVs available thanks to the perfect blacks, stunning contrast and wide colour gamut. It has Netflix, Amazon, BBC iPlayer built i… Read more

Quidco isn't guaranteed. LG cashback is guaranteed, it's not an offer, it's a gift voucher credit which is fine. Work scheme, but easy enough to do with a bit of searching without a genuine scheme.


You're risking Quidco not paying up (never guaranteed) and LG not taking the voucher sale as a discount. If Currys list them on the receipt as a redeemed offer then LG may not pay the cashback, as it stipulates that it will not pay out where an offer has been used.


Where can you get them for 7% off? I was assuming Zeek, but that's only offering 2% at the moment


The depreciation is a good point to raise. Simply because the depreciation on these isn't that bad. Now if you paid £15000 last year, different story. This year's model 77 inch starts at 8000, the 65 inch 5000 and 55 inch 3500. (All RRPs). Last year's 65/55 inch models were 3000/2000. So buying 77 inch this year when you can get Currys top up cards at 7% off face value and then get 6% quidco and 500 cashback leaves you paying about 6500 for latest 2018 model. Then Currys are running a 1 in 20 chance of your money back. So...yes it's a big chunk of cash but if you want a large screen oled then that's where it is and my 3 x 2500 and 1 x 500 top up cards are being delivered Monday.


Yes, I still have deep regrets about a meal I had in 2009. :)

LG OLED55E7N 55” television with built-in sound bar - £1,699 @ Reliant Direct
LocalLocalFound 15th MayFound 15th May
Although listed at £2249, Reliant Direct are offering £500 off with the code Instant500, bringing the price down to £1749 with 5 year warranty and free delivery. John Lewis should … Read more

Nice one. Well done. I ended up going for the C7 in the end. I had a lot of curry's vouchers to use from the PS4 deal earlier. The soundbar beneath the E7 would not have been ideal for my current setup with my TV stand either, so it worked out for me. Great deal.


You got the cashback


@DJUD @bazza88 (and anyone else looking at price match and whether LG cashback would be validated) - Just for reference you would have been ok if you had gone for it :)


Not mounted it as yet. Also need to play around with the settings a bit more. But so far so good!


Is it set up?! Any photos

65" Samsung UHD TV 9 series UE65MU9000 with 5 year warranty (with code) £1299 @ Reliantdirect
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Awesome price with 5 year warranty Code - SAVE150 credit to @johnsaab1 for posting the deal on 55" model, but i was looking for 65" like some here. So thought this could benefi… Read more

Not blocked - been posted on this site before


it's does look about £100 cheaper, why not post the deal? is the seller blocked on HUKD?


Yes I have,purchased a 55 inch from them,lovely people to deal problems at all with this company. (y)


Krish AV is part of Euronics... still cheaper than Reliantdirect at the moment


Krish av have just 6 online reviews,and not everyone owns a time machine to buy things which were cheaper months back.

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Samsung UE55MU9000 55 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD Premium HDR 1000 Smart LED TV TVPlus - £829 (with code) @ ReliantDirect
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
USE CODE SAVE100 55” MU9000 9 Series Curved,UHD 4K TVWitness a brighter, bolder world and discover exceptional Certified Ultra HD with Samsung’s MU9000 Dynamic Crystal Colour TV. … Read more
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Think it's on Amazon for £854 if that suits anyone better


I'm ruined man, got both. (Whispers quietly has slight preference for telly, far more entertaining and a working volume control...)


Get a real women not TV LOL


The 8 series is more expensive unfortunately.


Love curves me

Samsung UE55MU7000 55" UHD 4K Smart LED TV £727 with code @ Reliant direct
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
759.00 cheapest price currently anywhere. Use code SAVE30 for extra £30 off. Bringing it to 729 with 5 year guarantee. Richer Sounds SHOULD price match and give u a further £10 o… Read more
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Ahh, I get it.. can't see why not. Ask at richer sounds, they're pretty useful!


Per TV you can claim cashback only for one soundbar, subwoofer or Blu-ray player (3 claims in total). You cannot claim cashback for i.e. 2 soundbars bought with same TV. I want to find out if I can claim cashback for 2 soundbars bought with 2 different TVs or is it limited? Couldn't find any info on Samsung website. I already bought a TV for living room, but need one for bedroom. Would be nice if I can add soundbar as an extra for such a good price.


The cashback is on the soundbar, not the tv so you will be eligible for 1 claim only. Unless you buy another soundbar also.


thanks op , just got one from richer sounds Manchester, what a group of friendly staff in there, very helpful and full of information, they are genuinely not seeking just a sale, they truly advised me what to get and not to get, any way no argument, straight to the point 719 pounds , even they were amazed and admited it was cheap, I almost forgot, they paid for my car park!!! and even helped me to take the telly to the car , what a great service


No regrets from me...

Samsung UE55KS7000 Flat SUHD TV With Quantum Dot Display £699 @ Reliant Direct
Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
Introducing SUHD Quantum dot display which delivers striking colour and brightness for a superior UHD Premium viewing experience with 2200 PQI and the Smartest features on the plan… Read more

Have the 65 version and it is awesome..


All TV's come with a 5 year warranty.


do your rip mate


That's a good point. It should be mentioned that you will get a small amount of color/light bleed if not viewing the TV head on even with a flat panel (i.e. directly in front of the TV, not to the side). For this reason, it's not quite ideal for a living room situation where you might have multiple family members viewing the TV from different angles. Not a problem for me as this is my gaming TV so it's just me, but yeah, something to keep in mind. The screen type is VA, which is much better than TN as it has better viewing angles and color reproduction but not quite at the level of IPS which reigns as king in terms of viewing angles and color, but VA has a few advantages over even IPS such as refresh rate and contrast (essential for hdr gaming!). VA is a happy medium between TN and IPS, having the response levels of TN and the visual advantages of IPS, a jack of all trades if you will.


I have this tv in the living room, never missed a beat so far bought it from Richer last January for £900 iirc. Been a brilliant set, and 4k films look brilliant on it. I bought a 49KS9000 for my gaming room to pair with the One X. I had a lot of light bleed with the first set and returned it to reliant who replaced it straight away. Took the second one as it was much better (although not perfect). It definitely seems that the curved sets seem to suffer from light bleed more than the flat ones. It has small amounts of bleed, but it seems to be based very much around the viewing angle on the curved sets.

SAMSUNG UE55MU9000 55" 4K Ultra HD HDR Curved LED TV £819 @ Reliant Direct
Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Code SAVE130 for £130 off with 5 years warranty. I guess JL will price match ;)

Please disregard my previous comment, you will do as your other half says, we never argue with northerners 🤐


Anyone bought a tv and connected to non samsung soundbar?


TV is coming tomorrow, managed to get the price match at £819. Also got them to price match the ms6500 curved sound bar at £380 (which they sell for £600). After the £200 cashback soundboard should only cost me £180. Very happy :D


I got JL price match yesterday at £819 5years warranty.


On you email there should be a link to contact customer service . Can remember what my there called . But I got the same on my ks9000 .. I emailed screenshots and it got overturned so worth a try

Samsung 65 inch HDR TV UE65MU8000 5 Year Warranty £1279 @ Reliant Direct
Found 27th JanFound 27th Jan
For a limited time only - Save £100 by entering Promo Code SAVE100 65” MU8000 8 Series Flat,UHD 4K TVWitness a brighter, bolder world and discover exceptional Certified Ultra HD wi… Read more

They price matched for me as with others on here. Go back to them


That shouldn't be the case. I just got it price matched today from JL at £1279. Reliant direct have a store in Blackpool as well so I'd go back to them with that.


They definitely do match and reliant is not an online only store. This happened to me as well when I typed in reliantdirect as one word but as two separate words they accepted in on the online form.


Hopefully Q7/8/9 should get down to this price in the next few months, then I'll bite.


Richer sounds should. Give them a go?

Samsung UE65MU6120 - 65" 6 Series Flat UHD 4K LED TV with Free Delivery @ Reliant Direct £829
Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
Thought this was a good price so posted it. Enjoy a beautifully vibrant and immersive Certified Ultra HD experience with our MU6100 UHD HDR TV. UHD Dimming technology guarantees y… Read more

Just seen LG 43UJ630V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) £344.90 its a big difference in price between 43 and 65 surely the guts are the same just the screen bigger


The MU7000/8000 are a lot less capable than the XE90. The XE90 is comparable to the Q7 in the Samsung range, if not a little better. The XE90 has been the standard by which others are measured this year, particularly in 65". Sony have dominated the upper mid-range and high end this year, particularly with the excellently reviewed Philips PUS8102 not being picked up by a UK retailer and the Hisense NU9700 having colour issues, although to be fair both of them are more competition for the XE93 than the XE90. There's a big overlap so it's not really a meaningful comparison. It's more down to the quality of the diffuser/dimming system than where the backlight LEDs are placed. Both the top and the bottom of the range TVs tend to direct lit, although for different reasons. Edge lit is popular in the mid-range because it's easier to make a thin TV.


Thank you, a list I can use to search


Samsung ue65mu7000 £1299 ...Samsung ue65mu8000 £1499 Sony kd65xe9005 £1549


Thanks for posting that comparison (not looking for TV at the moment). How does Direct LED compare with Edge LED?

Samsung UE65KS9000 £1299 (Reboxed unit) @ Reliant direct
Found 21st JanFound 21st Jan
Great price on this Award winning Tv, last years model but down from £2999
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Damn! I wish I'd seen that offer. I got a "UE65KS9000" 18+months ago and cost in excess of £1800 (with 5 year guarantee). Recently bought a 50" flat-screened 2017 model for the spare room/office and it's not a patch on the older 65" curved model. I would have jumped at another "UE65KS9000" as it is simply an amazing TVand in a different league to the 50" I ended up with.


They do this constantly. List the models that people want as bait to get them to buy the latest model. They'll make up some bullsh*t about it being tested and how it's come back with a fault. They don't have any of these KS models in stock! They never remove them from their website.


I have the 49” and 65” versions of this tv , good price, paid a heap more for this when it came out -cracking sets


When I asked about this a few days ago it was being tested as a customer return. Turned out the screen had tearing. I was pushed to the MU9000, I didn’t buy after that.


MU9000 is not a patch on the KS9000 totally different beasts.

Samsung 55” QE55Q8F 8 Series Flat QLED TV £1,499 @ ReliantDirect (possible JL price match)
Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
Been looking online for a decent LG OLED but came across this 55" Samsung Q8F which seems to be the best price for it at the moment if anyone's in the market for it. Need to use t… Read more

The Samsung sets are stupidly overpriced this year. The oled55b7v and kd-55xe9305 are better TVs at this price point


You'll be waiting at least five years for a MicroLED set that won't require remortgaging your house. Likely closer to ten. Unless you're willing to sit it out that long with what you've already got, you might as well just buy something (flawed as it will be, because every single TV on the market has them) and enjoy it while you wait. And no doubt by the time that MicroLED is finally entering sensible price territory, TV companies will be hyping up the next big thing anyway and you'll want to wait for that.


If its picture quality you want pioneer kuro 5090 can still be picked up for about 300. Picture quality 9.999/10


65" out of stock unfortunately, I was very tempted because the price is similar to what I would have paid for the MU7000. My struggle never ends.


You’ll never buy a new TV if you think like that. If you have the money, I would purchase this one.

Samsung 55” KS7000 7 Series Flat SUHD with Quantum Dot Display TV - £749 @ Reliant Direct
Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
Arguably better than this year's qled models and a much better price too. One of the best reviewed tvs in 2016
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Would love to know the input lag & if you would recommend this tv for gaming over the 55mu7000 model


Various manufacturers are looking at mLED screens for mobile devices this year, due to OLED demand from Apple. With that in mind, the current reliance on LG display from OLED TV manufacturers, all adds up to reviews of the tech. If Samsung release their mLED offering this year and the smaller devices are well reviewed then we have a real driving force for the tech. It's not quite the same situation as OLED vs LED when OLED was becoming affordable, this time around we have reliance on one manufacturer for that tech, LG display. All of that aside I've decided a 4K projector will tide me over until OLED sorts out it's underlying issues, or mLED is an option at <£4000. Fingers crossed.


Micro LED does look like the best of both worlds however apparently production costs are expensive and will be a good few years away for these sizes: apparently an individual micro led is linked to each pixel amazing really. Local dimming can be very good but isn’t perfect. Taking all matters into account I can’t see any alternative to OLED, for now at least


Agreed but apparently despite having the same panels different manufacturers seem to get differing results; Loewe do carry out a calibration of each set at their factory which maybe picks up faulty screens. Tbh design is also important to me and my Loewe is somewhat retro with an integral wooden stand.Interestingly B&O just use full backlighting with NO local dimming on their 55 and 65 in LED TV’s which is poor considering 55" comes in at 7K. Micro LEDs sound an interesting development. You should perhaps consider having the TV you end up professionally calibrated although this wont fix a faulty screen


It's an obviously poor example, problem is that your Loewe, Sony, LG or even Panasonic OLED TV are all at the mercy of LG display for tolerance in warranty claims. In the above example of my recent B7 purchase, LG deemed it was within tolerance (cheeky) (I was within the return time with the retailer, luckily) Needless to say I'll be giving it a while before a new TV - Micro LED is looking more likely than an OLED at this point. Glad you won the panel lottery though!

Samsung UE49MU6400 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV - £499 @ - John Lewis can price match to get 5 years warranty
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
Appears to the lowest price available, wasn't going to bother posting but with John Lewis price match for the extended warranty I thought it may be of interest to others. I had th… Read more

Definetly this over the LG, which uses a markedly inferior RGBW panel.


Ah that's a shame! Luckily I got a price match at £449. No I'm deliberating between this TV and the LG49UJ630V Both seem similar in specs but the LG is around £20-30 cheaper! Any advice welcome


While I was getting JL to price match £449 it went up to £478! I still placed the order for £478. Hopefully I'll enjoy the TV :)




gone up to £478 now

Samsung ue55MU7000 7 Series Flat,UHD 4K TV - £798 delivered @ Reliantdirect
Found 31st Dec 2017Found 31st Dec 2017
I've been looking at this 55in Tv and as this comes with a free Blu ray player I think it's a good deal as the Blu ray player is over £100 by itself - richer sounds should match an… Read more

John Lewis price match is a joke , tried to get them to price match this TV against Curry's £729 (£799 -£70 Discount using TV70) they would not price match this because it was out of stock at Curry's at the time even though I said if it was in stock I wouldn't need them to price match it. Just asked them to price match it at Coop electrical at £748 (£798 - £50 using code PCT50) they will not match this because ... Thank you for your price match request for the Samsung UE55MU7000 HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55". Regrettably we cannot use the voucher code PCT50 as it is not displayed on the competitor's website: it is found at Hot UK Deals. Therefore I cannot agree to your request on this occasion. For further information on our Never Knowingly Undersold policy, please follow the link below.


How long have they been making TV's without headphone jacks now? I can't be doing with all these dumb changes. I spent money on a nifty set of headphones a couple of years back and I want to bloody use them please. I had finally made my mind up to buy this TV but then I saw this and was like, "Oh ffs."


Richer Sounds price matched PRCdirect on boxing day for me. Got it for £699. Very pleased with it. Most reviews seem to agree, that this is the best TV in this size for under £1000. Netflix and Amazon 4k HDR content looks great, as do 4k Blu-ray's. Ordinary Blu-ray's look very good too of course. Our large sofa is directly in front of the TV, so the viewing angles weren't a concern for us, but it's not as bad as some would have you believe, but being directly in front of it is of course optimal.


its the viewing angles for me too. The Oleds look great no matter were you sit. The mu700p is awful when off centre! colours all washed out.


I was in Currys earlier and luckily for me they had the MU7000, 8000, 9000 and the LG oled all in line and the oled was like watching a plasma and was spot on. The others had too much motion blur, the oled had none. The qled was decent but still not as good as the oled

SAMSUNG QE55Q6FAMT 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV - £899 @ Reliant Direct
Found 26th Dec 2017Found 26th Dec 2017
Original advert was Curry's @ £995 Even cheaper @ Reliant Direct £899 - Click Here 4K Ultra HD HDR Catch-up & 4K Streaming with Tizen Picture quality: 2500 PQI Tuner: TVPlu… Read more

“ Samsung's new QLED TVs just use an LCD panel with LED backlighting“ I’m out :p


Detail can be found here.




No honestly, haven't got a clue, was in Currys yesterday and all the OLED ones were dearer than QLED which leads me to believe OLED is currently the best (until 8K is rolled out) ?


Reliant Direct? Is this a site Richer Sounds or John Lewis are likely to match? The reviews aren't brilliant for this tv in this price bracket.