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SAMSUNG UE49MU6400 Active Crystal Colour 49 Inch Smart Certified UHD 4K LED TV £399 / SAMSUNG UE55MU6400 55 inch 4k tv £499 @ rgbdirect
Found 13 h, 13 m agoFound 13 h, 13 m ago
Discover a wider colour range that feels so real with our Certified Ultra HD Active Crystal Colour technology. See the beautiful shades of a sunset or the rich tones of the latest … Read more

I bought the hisense 55" on Friday on the ebay 10% sale dayand I am delighted with it. Cost £432 . Highly recommended


Disable motion settings and all should be ok.


Remember you can now get 4k for this much BUT find out their response rates, they will be low and so choppy on sports and games. But you get what u pay for..


Check these reviews before buying from RGB https://www.reviews.co.uk/company-reviews/store/Rgbdirect



Panasonic TX55FZ802B 4K OLED TV + 5 Year Warranty £1699 (£1499 with code TV200) @ RGB Direct
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Thanks to Pwhite76 for the heads up on this. Nice discount on this award winning TV Could go lower on BF but if you're in the market now, it's a no-brainer.
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For colour accuracy, yes, you can get them all pretty close to each other when calibrated. Professional calibration is expensive though and copying others settings won't work perfectly because every screen is slightly different. There are things no amount of calibration will fix though.


Reviewers say you can calibrate almost any oled to others almost same as others?


Haha... My choice is slightly easier tbf, I'm 100% going OLED, it's just a point of which one to get. Probably the Panny...


Note the 3 to 4hrs average is per week, not day!


Yeah tbh if I didn't have a TV I wouldn't miss it, I'd say I watch about 3 to 4 hrs on average, the kids much more. I have a 40' Sammy at the mo that's about 4yrs old. I just like to have the best of everything (within reason). The more you research the more undecided I get. I should have just gone for the sony, now I'm a TV addict, but buying not watching!

Panasonic TX55EZ952B 4K OLED (2017 Model) + 5 Year Warranty - £1199 @ RGB Direct
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Well reviewed TV at a tempting price. 5 Year Warranty.
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Fair enough. Not interested in the B8 though. The Panasonic FZ802B is the one I'd like. I spoke to the Ilford store, btw.


Not sure which store you spoke to, but I called them yesterday as I was looking to get another b8 for sister as gift and they said its still available as offer so worth give it a call ?


Oh right....that again. As I said to you a few days ago, that was a gesture of good will on their behalf, because of an online stock error. It was only available to people who had ordered online and those who had phoned up - probably off the back of the thread on here, but not instore. I spoke to the Essex branch who told me this. That offer (AFAIK) is no longer available.


Yes that same deal for b7, anyone who ordered around last week was upgraded to b8 model for free


Are you sure you mean the B8? The B7 was available with a soundbar for the same price. Not sure if it still is though. I guess it depends what you want from a TV. I'd probably go for the Panasonic for better out of the box colour accuracy and slightly better motion handling. The LG has better peak brightness and OS. Depends what floats your boat.

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LG OLED55B7V 55" Smart Ultra HD 4K OLED TV  +  Free LG LAS260B Soundbar - £1189 using code @ RGB Direct
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
Just spotted this great offer for a LG OLED55B7V 55" Smart Ultra HD 4K OLED TV + Free LG LAS260B Soundbar. Use code facebook10 to reduce the price by £10. Comes with 5 year warre… Read more

What was hard about the setup? I didn't get one kept changing my mind so no TV until next week :( as only tomorrow was a day I could wait in for it


Yep all good so far, took an age to set-up! I just need more time to configure the settings for each input.


Any luck?


I agree, just placed an order now - going to wait a little bit for a call otherwise I’ll call them this afternoon


I reckon they won't commit over the phone, as they may believe you to be another retailer checking. Whereas if you place a physical order online, they have actual confirmation. If that makes sense!

LG LHB655NW 5.1ch Smart 3D Blu-Ray Disc/DVD Home Cinema System with Bluetooth - £249 @ RGB Direct
Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
The next cheapest I can find this for is £310.40 with free shipping from The Seenlist (never heard of them before). This is not to be confused with the LG LHB645N. I bought that … Read more

You are saved . Apart from the hit and miss speakers, there is nothing in this old relic from the past .


Oh well missed out. Relieved and disappointed at the same time


Gone back up to £499


Thanks. Had been on their site but didn't know if anyone had a personal recommendation based on experience. Just so I don't waste my money on something naff!


It's very well supported

Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
They claim the soundbar is worth £99 but it currently retails for £69. Still a good deal if you factor in the 5 year warranty. It's a VA panel too which is good for deep blacks an… Read more
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go on owners thread on AV forums. Long thread but lots of useful setting advice. Basically, the most important things are: 1.For Hdmi sources make sure RGB range of TV is set to match device source. I set both PS4 and tv to Limited, not Full. either is fine but they must match of blacks will look grey and white detail over blown. 2. For motion, switch all off except IFC to min, and clear motion on. This gives best compromise on judder and motion blur. (especially for 24fps movie sources). True cinema is best for natural image. or Standard, temp warm. Contrast 70, colour 60, brightness 0. sharpness 10. gamma 1.9-2.1 (depends how bright viewing room). 3. adjust tint very last to reduce yellow or pinkness on skin tones depending on other settings. 4. For HDMI sources, you can change EOTF setting to choose colour curve for HDR content. For Movies I farrrrr prefer PQ over HLG. PQ basically looks like a slightly extended version of traditional Gamma. You do need to increase contrast and Gamma to get picture right, but the tv saves independant picture settings for HDR feed vs SDR so once its set up, it switches automatically. I do switch HDR brightner to ON. HLG looks washed out and overblown, whatver I do. I have to max out contrast and the picture still looks awful. So I would steer clear of this. TV just doesnt seem able to deliver on it. hope this helps, YMMV as there is a lot of panel variation in these sets, they are a cheap TV.


not a good deal, this has been down around £500 with offers, regularly for 12 months. dont pay effectively £580 for this TV. I own this tv. With pricematch I paid £470 for it just after Easter.


What picture settings are you using please? I've gone from a 50inch LG plasma to this and can't get the picture anywhere near it. Thanks


Can buy this from Panasonic refurb store for ,£479


Nope, no Vestal in this one. I believe you have to add it as an extra on the store's product page, but it will discount it at the basket.

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Samsung UE49MU7000 49" Smart Certified UHD 4K HDR TV w/5YR Warranty - RGB Direct - £499
Found 4th JulFound 4th Jul
***Edit - Now £509 with 6yr warranty from Richer Sounds*** RGB have stuck a cheeky £20 on the price making it £519. But if I read Richer Sounds price beater proposition right the… Read more
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Hi there what richer sounds? Thanks


Yeah I’d be in for a 55” at around the £600 mark.


Just reserved one at my local Richer Sounds for £509 including a 6 year warranty. Excellent price for a decent TV!


a deal for the 55 could tempt me but im not paying £700 for it

Panasonic TX-40EX700B 40" 4K Smart TV  £329.00 (with code) @ RGB Direct
Found 2nd JulFound 2nd Jul
Great price for this tv... John Lewis should price match

With screens larger than 40”, you are correct. The 40” 700b is on a par with 750b in larger sizes. Had this verified by Panasonic when I was initially looking.


Sorry not what I’ve found from my research. The 700b and 600b have the same internals except for the screen technology. The 750 is in a separate league. I would be happy with any of them tbh. Nice remote, great colours and HDR is beautiful. 4k is a plus for the odd Netflix show or YouTube video.


The 700 is top of the range in 40”, equivalent to 750 in larger sizes. All reviews highlight it being the better tv by quite some distance. I’ve owned it for a few months and it’s a great telly.


I think the 600b is direct LED vs 700b LED backlight so contrast is slightly better on the 600b but the screen is slightly thicker.



RGB Direct /John Lewis price match Panasonic 40ex700B 40 Inch UHD 4k LED TV with Freeview  - £349
Found 24th JunFound 24th Jun
Use code save50, John Lewis price match as well if you would rather go with them with a 5 year guarantee included.

Not bad but the 40ex600b is only £280 from Sky. Pretty much the same spec, except the 600b uses direct led and the 700b is led backlight. Direct actually produces better contrast but is very slightly thicker as a panel.

Panasonic Tx50ex700b 4K TV for £399.00 at RGB direct using code SPORTS100.
Found 23rd JunFound 23rd Jun
This tv costs 499.00 but with the discount code it takes £100 off. I've had this tv for about a week and I love it. I actually bought it from John Lewis who price matched it includ… Read more

Thank you so much for that. I really appreciate it. Steven


A friend may have an unused email from JL, I’ll chase it up and DM you if I have one.


Code now expired :(


You'll see the difference straight away. Only thing to bear in mind is this is a entry level tv so don't expect top end quality. Its under £400!!


I wish I knew what to look for to tell the difference... but I adjust the settings to this anyway!

Panasonic TX55FX750B - New 2018 Model - £1,029.99 @ RGB Direct
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
£200 cheaper than J.L. http://www.trustedreviews.com/news/panasonic-tvs-2018-4k-hdr-oled-2952995
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Price back to 1299£


Incorrect image for this TV, the image they have used is for last years 55ex750? 55FX750 has a pedestal stand https://www.panasonic.com/uk/consumer/televisions/4K-LED-TV/tx-55fx750b.html


I’m sure I saw it listed online as 10 bit (8 + 2 FRC), but I can’t find the source now. Perhaps this was an early placeholder and an educated guess based on the FX700b. Displayspecifications.com seems to list this as true 10-bit so I’d ignore what I said and go with that until proven otherwise


Two for the price of one... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-bravia-kd55xe8396-55-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-led-tv-2965207


8 bit +2 FRC doesn’t bode too well I believe this is 10 bit. The 2017 EX750B was 10 bit. I cant see Panasonic making a retrograde step on panel bit depth for its flagship 2018 LCD TV. Convince me........Where did you source your information from?

Samsung 50" UE50MU6120 4K TV - £379.99 @ RGBDirect (code SAVE50)
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Initial price £429.99, as the page itself says, "Use promo code SAVE50 at checkout to receive 50 pounds discount."

Do not buy these Samsung TVs, I bought one and it is plagued with adverts despite me refusing to agree to the tracking/personalisation terms. I told John Lewis and they were outraged but haven't done anything regardless. I am stuck with it and regret buying Samsung. Each update breaks something, HDMI device names are now all "unknown" instead of PS4 etc. it's all documented on the Samsung support forum but the support staff doesn't answer or pretend it's a new "feature".


Seen if Richer Sound would match price but they also added the extra 6 year warranty on top of the original price of RGBDirect at £96 for 5 years so total £475.99 so worked out cheaper with their original price of £449 paying only £69 for the warranty.


Does anyone know whether you can record onto a USB memory stick with this? The manual says they aren't supported (only 5400 RPM HDDs are), but wanted to see if anyone else has differing experiences.


Bought this from John Lewis yesterday they did a price match for £379 with RGB They don't have stock online so reserve in store. Assistant was cheeky when showing me this and UE49MU6400 as the UE50MU6120 was on bbc SD and other was BBC HD so big difference in quality and they were convincing me I should get more expensive MU6400 as it better 'quality.


Received mine late today. All set up and looks fantastic compared to my 5 year old 40" of about the same price (maybe £50 cheaper at the time). Very impressed and none of the issues you mentioned (so far). I would give it one last shot if I were you.

Samsung UE55MU6120 55 inch TV £419 @ RGB Direct
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Samsung UE55MU6120 55 inch LED Flat UHD Smart TV (4K HDR) Initial price £449, use code SPORTS30 for a £30 discount.

I have the 50 inch version and for the money it's a fantastic set.


Just got my email from John Lewis to say they will match price. Worth doing for 5 year warranty


Nice, got my price match. Had a hisense but it keeps freezing. Looked at the LG but just don't fancy it.


3 days and nothing from JL. Phoned them and just need to wait a few more days....


how does this compare to Panasonic TX-50EX700B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" appreciate Samsung is 55"

Samsung UE55MU7000 4K Smart Tv with 5 Years Warranty and Free LG FH2 Speaker (worth £150) £699.00 @ RGB Direct
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Current selling price for this tv but with free LG speaker worth £150 ;)

Took a punt on one of these in the end with the free speaker and 5 year warranty promo. Cheers OP! :)


£65 for delivery to Northern Ireland. was about to purchase - shame.


£60 for a named day delivery puts me off.


Unfortunately I think this only comes with 1 year warranty, hence why Richer Sounds wouldn’t price match for me


RGB direct £749

2018 LG oled 55 inch @ RGB Direct - £2,499.99
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Looks like first discounted deal of 2018 lg oled

Is thisjust a pricing strategy to off the 2017 models?


Come black Friday this will be 1800


Can any of theses be super-slim mounted on a wall? My old Samsung f7000 is barely an inch away.


Silly new prices. Not enough of an increase in perofrmance to justify.


Guess I will pass... :). You can have nearly 2 of the b7v's for this price.

LG 55UJ630V 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £429 (with Code) @ RGB Direct
Refreshed 6th JunRefreshed 6th Jun
Product Details of LG 55UJ630V A vibrant and vivid picture from any angle The 55UJ630V Ultra HD innovation is built into the unique IPS 4K panel meaning your entertainment is… Read more

I know a 55" LG 4k tv should be around £50.


Awful price for a low-spec TV given the countless other deals that have been posted recently.


✅ 8bit+FRC 😔 ❓ RGBW


You may get this from Richer Sound with 6 warranty.


Excellent if you want a big screen for gaming on too. low input lag.

65 4K SAMSUNG UE65MU7000 TV. Free FH2 speaker worth £149 and 5  Years warranty £1049 @ RGB
Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
HDR1000, 10 bits panel and great review. Sell the free speaker on ebay to bring the cost down to £900.

it's the topic, duh.


I don't know where you got the idea that I was talking about the size of TVs. Care to point that out?


Hahaha so it's not big anymore lol


I like it now........ (party)


Hey how u finding the TV now??

Samsung 55 inch 4K ultra HD MU8000 TV with 5yr warranty for £749 at RGB Direct
Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
John Lewis will price match and Richer Sounds will beat the price. It comes with 5 year warranty by registration. It also comes with 10 year Screen burn warranty, Also availa… Read more

Samsung were a bit sneaky on this one, the smaller versions get poorer panels. Within the size & budget constraints you can either go for Phillips - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-49pus750205-49-smart-4k-ultra-hd-certified-tv-with-hdr-dark-silver-a-rated-499-ao-2946731 or occasionally the odd Panasonic EX750B pops up on their ebay store for £500. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/refurbished-panasonic-tx-50ex750b-50-inch-3d-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-led-tv-freeview-play-49999-panasonic-ebay-2948449 Both of them have 10 bit and 120hz.


Just bought the 49" MU7000 the other day. Didn't realise that it was only 60hz and 8bit. 😯My flat can't fit a TV larger than 50" though. Is it even a decent 4k set for the price?? Really don't have the budget to go any more expensive...


local dimming, higher brightness, better viewing angles. those are pretty "major" points :)


I've got the 65 inch and it can be wall mounted so I presume this can be as well


There it's no such thing as a too big telly! My pc monitor is 43 inches

LG 49LJ594V 49 Inch Smart Full HD LED TV Black with webOS, Freeview HD, Freesat HD & Freeview Play @ RGB Direct - £319.99
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/Products/Television/LED-TV/LG/49LJ594V This LG 49" TV is packed with smart features but it still puts picture quality first. The Full HD, 1080p LED scr… Read more
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Samsung seemed to have skipped the 43 in their equivalent range, do it goes from 40 to 49. Odd.


Not sure because it's put me off buying any other LG TV for Freesat....I use Samsung instead


Oh seriously? That's one of the reasons I was looking at this set. Do you know if this is a problem with this model, or generally a LG OS issue? Thanks


I understand pointing out that for a relatively small amount more you can get 4K, but that doesn't mean everybody wants it. My dad can't even tell the difference between SD and HD, so what's the point of him wasting £1 more on 4K? Just purchased for said old man. Thanks for posting OP.


https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-49uj630v-49-4k-hdr-tv-with-web-os-freeview-freesat-hd-349-with-code-rgb-direct-2941985 If you prefer 4k you can get the lg one for £30 more (cheeky)