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LG OLED65C9PLA 65 Inch Ultra HD 4K OLED TV £1799 at RGB Direct
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
I know this has been cheaper recently but all those deals seem to have ended and this is currently the cheapest I can find this TV with a current useable code of TV100 Anyone who … Read more

Looks like a fantastic setup.


@Jonwillis cheers again for the detailed pics. 1.5cm stuck out should be fine. The slot the PJ screen drops from is 6cm from wall so screen should be between 6.5 and 7cm away from wall when down. My “mood” lights are above the pelmet I made to house the screen and downlights.


@Peterzx6r photo of the HDMI ports


If you are 1cm over both sides, it will stick out about 1.5cm. Check it your plasterboard has metal edging. If not, you might be able to cut into it, as the strength will come from the wooden studs is fixed to.


Yeah, Phillips hue. Sync box way to expensive so I just use a switch by the sofa to pick one of 5 colours. Red, green, blue, purple,b warm white.

Linsar 49HDR510 49 Inch Smart UHD 4k LED TV Black with Freeview HD With 5 Year Warranty & Delivered £229 + £19.95 delivery @ RGB Direct
Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
£248.95 for a 49 Inch with a 5 Year guarantee, what's not to like? :D Delivers four times the resolution of a Full HD 1080p screen so images are even more vibrant and detailed. … Read more

It says keep your receipt which tells me it's a manufacturer guarantee


It says " FREE Promo 5 Year Warranty T&C Apply - TV Warranty Registered by Linsar" I would assume manufacturer extended warranty?


where is the 5 year guarantee from? the 5 year guarantee from rgb costs £89 extra. Thanks


We have a couple of shield tv boxes. Find the user interface and apps run/load up quicker than on smart televisions I have had in the past.


Fed up of buying cheaper tvs and always complaining about issues, Purchased a qled and haven't moaned once about it

SAMSUNG QE55Q60TA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV + 5 Year Warranty - £799 @ RGB Direct
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
Seem to be £1099 in most other places, this price is with 5 Year Warranty and delivered (y) Experience incredible details with the Samsung QE55Q60TAUXXU 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD H… Read more

Is the QE49Q60 for £579 a better deal, from buyer?


I meant the original retailer RGB rather than Very.


they wont price match Very as its not a shop,


Probably not, this was a super cheap price, I just think they mis priced it.


Comes up at £999? Am I missing something

SONY KD65AG8BU  65 Inch Ultra HD 4K OLED TV Black with Freeview £1699 @ RGB Direct 5 Year Guarantee..
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Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
Menu Search Sign In Basket Home Important Coronavirus delivery information - click here Sony BRAVIA KD65AG8BU 65 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart Android TV YouView £30 off the … Read more
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Price is £1899 now though


Back in stock..


Before you install anything make sure you downloaded right apk, I mean suitable/ compatible for TV but not just for smartphone or tablet.


Yes on a Sony you can side load android apps



SAMSUNG QE55Q60TEnergy Rating A+ 55 Inch Smart Ultra HD 4K QLED TV Black with Freeview £999 at RGB Direct
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Posted 27th AprPosted 27th Apr
Experience incredible Quantum HDR powered by HDR10+ as the film makers intended. Genuine cinematic colour made from over a billion shades, with certified 100% colour volume that do… Read more

It might be newer but it's vastly inferior to last year's models, including the Q60R. I wouldn't say this is a deal, it's the launch price, and it will come down a lot over the coming months.




Yeah probably but only post deals for those TVs? :/ Maybe someone would want a new model? This is the cheapest deal for this particular TV


Hmmm, better deals on Q80/Q85/Q90 at not too far from this price. From what I've read (here and AVForums) I think much better TVs for this money. Sorry - cold :-(

LG OLED65C9PLAEnergy Rating A 65 Inch Ultra HD 4K OLED TV Black with Freeview £1789 @ RGB Direct
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Posted 26th AprPosted 26th Apr
Hi, First post on here so please be kind. I’ve been waiting for the 55” version to come back on offer as I missed out on the PRC Direct deal of £1149 but I thought this might help… Read more

Why do you say that? Is the B9 not cabable of 1440p at 120hz in HDR?


Great deal but unfortunately winter200 code no longer working on this TV


I was between 55" and 65, not sure if 65" would be too much for the place I have in the living room but I just bought the 65C9 from RS, got price match and £20 making the total £1759, the stock they have is MLB not PLA (basically same TV, just saying). It should arrive in 7 days as I didn't pay the express delivery :P Hope I did right!


Now in stock, arriving tomorrow.


If you're looking to game on your TV, C9 is definitely the go to choice. 1440p at 120hz in HDR OLED is a game changer. if the resolutions and higher frame rates don't matter, B9 is your bet.

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LG 65SM9800PLA 65 Inch Ultra HD 4K LED TV Black With Freeview And Freesat HD + 5 Year Warranty £1099 @ RGB Direct
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Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
Reduced again by a further £100, cheapest this has been for this awesome bit of kit :) FREE Promo 5 Year Warranty T&C Apply - Warranty from Domestic & General via Regis… Read more

I Know ,read that then read this https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=16&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjF16O2xYTpAhUKZMAKHRgDA_AQFjAPegQIAxAB&url=https://www.techradar.com/uk/reviews/lg-nanocell-9-series-65sm9500-65sm9800-65sm9450&usg=AOvVaw2fVFs35krArcVxGqQMXmwI Its so confusing,Arrgh


not so good reviews https://www.whathifi.com/reviews/lg-65sm9800pla


States that they will price match !


Waiting for the 55" to be around £600



SONY KD49XG7093BU 49 Inch Smart UHD 4k LED TV Black + 5 Year Sony Warranty + 2 Free 4K Blu Ray's - £399 Delivered @ RGB Direct
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Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
Excellent deal here with 2 blu Ray 4k and 5 Year Sony Warranty Fitted with Sony's Motionflow XR 400Hz, the Sony KD-49XG7073 provides smooth motion for clearer, steadier images. … Read more

£419 now nearly bought it last night


Comparing with price as well


Samsung q90


Many thanks


Also, at 49" they recomend the LG49SK8500PLA - 79%.

LG 50UM7500PLA 50 Inch UHD 4k LED TV Black with Freeview + High Speed HDMI Cable - £359 Delivered @ RGB Direct
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Posted 20th AprPosted 20th Apr
Lowest I've seen this Live in Wonder with LG AI TV LG AI TV expands your TV viewing experience with both Google Assistant and Alexa. Press and hold the button on your Magic Remo… Read more

Expired, thanks.


Ordered this last night and they've just phoned me saying it is out of stock and tried to sell me an ex display sony for the same price. Site still says theyre in stock. Makes me woner if its a ploy to sell off some ex display units.




Thanks. your experience really very helpfuk


This is very smart with easy controls. Simple connect Voice active search for TV and YouTube etc. I have 1 and think it's great for the price.

LG 43UM7400PLB (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" £289 at RGB Direct
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Posted 19th AprPosted 19th Apr
Live in Wonder with LG AI TV LG AI TV expands your TV viewing experience with both Google Assistant and Alexa. 4K Resolution - A New Standard for High Definition Experience more re… Read more

5 year guarantee as standard at john lewis


7500 is different stand and magic remote(which is needed for the thiniq feature) The actual TV specs are the same


When I compared them earlier spec wise looks to be no difference other than remote


I think so, I can’t tell you the specs but the stand is in a totally different place, so I guess it must be.


Is the 7500 any different other than the remote?

LG 43 Inch 43UM7390PLC UHD 4k LED TV White with Freeview + Free High Speed HDMI Cable - £269 Delivered @ RGB Direct
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Posted 19th AprPosted 19th Apr
LG AI TV expands your TV viewing experience with both Google Assistant and Alexa. Press and hold the button on your Magic Remote to get started - no other devices needed. 4K Reso… Read more

Bought this, by the by. Haven't used any other 4k TVs so can't compare it to any but I really like the TV. More features than I expected (Disney plus app, rakouten, decent browser, sound output to Bluetooth, record live TV to USB). Like the pic quality but need to turn off the motion smoothing. Sounds quality is decent too with a bit of tinkering. Thanks Mr switch


£329 now


No like the White Frame here the Dark frame with 6 Year Guarantee £299 https://www.richersounds.com/lg-43um7400plb.html


Thank you for the advice and for posting the link. I've never used that before and will definitely share it with my family too. (y) It's for a living room so definitely not the one I linked at the top!


I personally would get the LG too but just been sent this link for Toshiba 49inch for similar price. https://www.argos.co.uk/product/2496801. Im just going to tell then to get LG if they want a 43 inch one and the Toshiba if they want 49inches. (confused) :S I'm still struggling to choose one for myself (65") since Black Friday!!

LG 65UM7400PLB 65 Inch UHD 4k LED TV Black with Freeview + 2 Free 4k Blu Ray + HDMI Cable - £549 @ RGB Direct
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
Feels like a decent offering here LG AI TV expands your TV viewing experience with both Google Assistant and Alexa. 4K Resolution - A New Standard for High Definition Experie… Read more

I’m the same. Received a tv which wasn’t working and they didn’t want to know. Ended up having to force a refund through PayPal. Nightmare of a company to use!


While we are in Europe sure, but getting UK retailers to play ball using EU rules is like pulling your own teeth. Best to just buy from a retailer that values their customers and provides fit for purpose warranty in the first place. Vote with you feet, if they dont put a proper warranty on their kit dont buy it. "EU law also stipulates that a seller must give the consumer a minimum 2-year guarantee (legal guarantee) as a protection against faulty goods, or goods that don't look or work as advertised. In some countries national law may require you to provide longer guarantees"


* AVOID RGB DIRECT LIKE THE PLAGUE * Had a 65” linsar TV that took 8 MONTHS to get repaired. I had to send it 3 times and have my credit card company step in before I received a refund. AVOID AT ALL COSTS


Aren't electrical goods covered by a 2 year warranty automatically, or is that no longer a thing


Good morning

LG 65SM9800PLA 65 Inch Ultra HD 4K LED TV Black With Freeview And Freesat HD + 5 Year D&G Warranty £1199 @ RGB Direct
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
Good price for this particular set, and benefits from a 5 Year Domestic & General warranty FREE Promo 5 Year Warranty T&C Apply - Warranty from Domestic & General via… Read more

whoopsie i thought it was a 55 sorry my mistake. At this price this is pretty good.


OK Yep!


The sony is a much better TV


Is this better than the Sony Bravia KD65XG9505


Old tech

LG LG OLED55C9PLA 55" OLED 4K TV £1199 w/code @ RGB Direct (£1179 via Richer Sounds Price Match )
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Update 2 Crampton and Moore have removed their code. You can use TV100 at RGB Direct, however, this code may not last long as they seem to be the last electronics retailer offerin… Read more

(:I (:I Haven't checked when the new version is ready for delivery but I'd guess there will be at least one more offer over the next month or so


Oh dear. Looks like I'll live to regret not going through with the order yesterday. Eeek. Wife seems happy though. :p


Sorry, I meant I couldn't get it from RS (none left) so just went with RGB, just too late for the code, was there last night, but gone this morning.


Wow, 300! It's my first OLED too, it arrive tomorrow. I also got a couple of 4k Blu-rays thrown in so looking forward to seeing them in all their glory. RS still price beat for 7 days after purchase. So, if you paid £1,299, you can call them and get £70 back by telling them about the Currys code.


Bought it anyway, it was for the father-in-law and he's dithered enough over getting an OLED lol. RS have none left now, I phoned them first, guy said they sold 300 last week, no wonder at the great price (matched). Obv this is last years model so they will be in short supply all round. Never mind, I got a couple of free 4k movies out of it and the father-in-law seems happy enough to help see him through his months of self isolation.

LG OLED65C9PLAEnergy Rating A 65 Inch Ultra HD 4K OLED TV Black with Freeview £1,789 at RGB Direct
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Posted 12th AprPosted 12th Apr
Found this whilst looking at an offer posted by another user. Code gets you £200 off the £1,989 price so £1,789. May be expensive for some but it’s the best deal I have found of la… Read more

Did you download software to android 8? Makes AG8 run a lot smoother and the picture quality is excellent


I think it's nano LEDs or something, but could be another 5v years before it's this price, so like you, I upgraded the plasma for the b9 version b of this... It is actually better colour.. and 4k does look Ace...


no such thing as future proof i hate that term


What’s the next thing after Oled then lads. Is it worth getting this or waiting a year ?. I’ve got two 50” plasmas that are still awesome and keep the house warm in winter and a 60” 3d lcd..


Where have you brought them?

Panasonic TX55GZ2000B 55" Ultra HD 4K HDR10+ Dolby Vision OLED TV + 5 Year Warranty - £1999 Delivered @ RGB Direct
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Some might say it's not worth the hike in price from the GZ950, or to go for the LG, but thought I'd post anyway as I haven't seen this higher end model drop below the £2000 mark y… Read more

Most, but not all App,e deals get voted cold too. Here though, there is no need to argue 4K OLED is better.


It was probably a bad time for me to post as most people see the current C9 deal which is, realistically better value for money. This still shouldn’t be cold however as it is technically £200 cheaper than it’s ever been for arguably one of the best OLEDs on the market.. Just the way this site goes though as soon as it goes cold people will just tend to follow in suit (lol)


Isn't that the way of things though? Look at cars, graphics cards, luxury clothes etc. Never that far apart and dwindling returns but people pay what they want to get the best. I've been tempted to get this as it matches the OLED contrast with higher brightness which surely creates so very cool experiences in games / tv. I understand it costs more but as mentioned that is just the way of things and up to people if they want to pay the difference. Seems a fair hike up for a custom panel with the extra tech they put in it to me. Sony seem to have similar prices on their top end so short of being an LG or Phillips only person then this seems in line with other offerings. Not disagreeing with anyone but I don't see why it's voted cold when people are happy to pay the Apple tax for little to no improvement, the premium car prices and high end gpu etc. I think the peak brightness would definitely add some value to this tv.


Aha! The law of diminishing returns! is this four times better than a £500 TV? of course not, but is it best value for those who can afford it - yes.


I agree not £800s worth.. Just thought I’d post anyway as I’ve never seen this high end Panasonic model drop below £2200 yet.. :)

SAMSUNG UE49RU7300 49 Inch Curved Smart Ultra HD 4K LED TV with HDR 10+, Built in WiFi, Apple TV and Slim - £349 Delivered @ RGB Direct
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Posted 10th AprPosted 10th Apr
Good strong price for this set Product Details of SAMSUNG UE49RU7300 Get fantastic clarity and picture quality with the Samsung Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR Curved LED TV With HDR10+ … Read more

Did anyone get this TV? What’s your opinion on. It? I’m getting a stand in the next few days, have had the tv sitting unopened in the kitchen since I got it over a month ago.


I got the same with Hughes electrical. Avoid them at all cost


You won’t ever have control of the Philips. The one here often does not display menu settings for more than a split-second and despite being set to accept remote source switching, it never does. I always have to intervene to do it manually. When I had the Samsung, whatever source I selected, TV, PC, Mac, AppleTV, FireTV, etc., the Samsung simply reset to work with whatever source I’d chosen. Something the Philips refuses to do. It’s a pain made more painful by Richer Sound, London Bridge, will not allow me to exchange the Philips (even though it is well within warranty) paying more for a Samsung model again if necessary.


(horror) To be honest I'm probably going to wait until after the Lockdown to buy a TV so I can see in person... The Philips TV on Currys with Android sounds good though, I'm preferably looking for an Android OS to be honest since I would have more control and familiarity.


Not one Philips TV compares favourably with any other makes of HD 4K LED TV's. My harrowing experience with a Philips TV has been one of depression, rage and a spiritually destabilising disbelief of my life-long atheist beliefs that there is no god…why so? I hear you ask…Because the unwelcomed resident Philips TV is possessed by demons, and quite likely the swarm home of Satan and all the wicked helpers he keeps locked after dusk in the basements of a nationwide web of Richer Sounds stores. The waking nightmare began when our wonderful Samsung 4K TV started displaying signs of terminal demonic purple-patch-plague within less than a week of our next door neighbours, Simon and Marcus, purchasing a Philips Ambilight 4K TV, about which they bragged endlessly, right up to it weirdly appearing on our back doorstep a short while before Simon, Marcus, and their entire family of 6 budgies, 3 kids, 2 dogs a cat, and all four of the children’s paternal grandparents, were found scattered around their house, each variously strung up by, garrotted to near decapitation or strangled fatally by different lengths of electric cable attached at one end to mains plugs and roughly cut at the other. Really, if it weren’t for the tirade of thinly veiled death threats heaped upon us by the Philips, we’d return to a Samsung within a heartbearrgh…arg…gur,ggurr…gripppft...

UE55NU8000 55 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD Premium Certified 4K LED TV with HDR 1000, Built-in Wi-Fi, TVPlus. Exdisplay £449 @ RGB Direct
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Bargain The UE55NU8000TXXU has stunningly clear 4K Ultra HD resolution combines with HDR 1000 powered by HDR10+ to achieve staggering levels of detail, brightness and contrast. S… Read more

Sold out now by the looks of it


I have the 49" version of this TV (which is inferior to this) and I've been thoroughly impressed with it. I had a mid-end Hisense TV prior to it which I ended up hating because of persistent, unfixable firmware bugs (over the course of around six months). After I eventually returned that and got a refund, I bought this and I've thoroughly enjoyed it.


Looking for a 55" TV around £500, would this be a good shout?


Dunno why Samsung keep downgrading them, the KS7000 is still better than all these and it was better than the equivalents for a couple years after. I reckon Samsung realised they messed up when everyone bought that TV instead of the higher end ones. A cheap B9 is probably your best buy now though as it has Gaync support.


The NU8000 is much better than the RU8000, and significantly better than the new TU8000 which has been downgraded so much it's basically an entry level set. Alright for the price, but it's probably heavily used.

Samsung QE55Q70R 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV Ex Display + 5 Year Warranty + Free Samsung Soundbar HWN300 - £749 Delivered @ RGB Direct
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Ex Display model as new, nice package with the free soundbar and 5 Year Warranty Ex-Display Model, sold as stated with full manufacturers warranty FREE HWN300 Soundbar FREE P… Read more

rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/q70-q70r-qled Rtings is a great site. But obviously the 49inch has a 60hz screen and not 120. Edit, you've already checked out rtings (embarrassed) Try deciding on a soundbar that's even worse!


Thanks for that. It seems pretty nigh on impossible to choose a TV at the present time. For my last TV, 10 years ago, it was so simple. Analogue/digital tuners, HD ready, screen size and whichever manufacturer provided the greatest reliability. Now I need a 49/50” and when I think I’ve found the one for me I discover someone raising detrimental issues. I’m a Which? Member and they currently appear to have a love affair with LG, Samsung’s appear to be so so with Sony out of favour. This all runs contrary to the ‘expert’ reviews (What-HI, Rtings) where Sony seems to be the clear winner. Then when I check Customers reviews on the various sales outlets I find a different story. Samsung gets very good reviews with very few less than 3* but Sony fair out less well. Lots of complaints especially regarding the UI (Android). So I’m totally confused.


I wish I could tell you but I dont watch terrestrial TV (I dont have an aerial) I exclusively watch Netflix for HDR content. Sorry for being literally no help :(( choosing a TV is not easy so I wish you luck!


Ha yeah I would of quoted that myself, well answered


Sony BRAVIA KD55XF9005 for £719 at Richer Sounds https://www.richersounds.com/sony-kd55xf9005bu.html (y)

LG 65UM7400PLB (2019) 65" LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV + 2 Free 4K Blu-rays + HDMI Cable - £549 delivered (using code) @ RGB Direct
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LG 65UM7400PLB (2019) 65" LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV + 2 Free 4K Blu-rays + HDMI Cable - £549 delivered (using code) @ RGB Direct
£549£5998% Free P&P Free
Fab price for this 2019 65" LG model especially if you are not fussed over the longer warranty - also includes 2 4K Blu-rays (Avengers: Infinity War & Star Wars The Last Jedi)… Read more

That's too expensive for that price. I bought a similar one for £400 before apocalypse.


I think this is just about the cheapest OLED around at the moment and the Ambilight is a real bonus. I went from a 65 inch Samsung KS8500 to the 55 inch Phillip's and did not look back. The only thing the 65 inch Samsung was better for was gaming; however the Philip's OLEDs are still very good for gaming even if not the best input lag. I use a ROKU 4K stick with mine as the Android system is not very good, aparently the Saphi interface on the 754 is also not great compared to the LG. If it was me buying again I would still get the Philip's as the picture quality is really lovely on these OLED sets. The inclusion of Dolby Vision and HDR+ will make some Netflix and Amazon Video HDR content even better. The Ambilight really is beautiful in dimley lit rooms. Some of the Hisense TVs are also really good value for money.


im after a new tv for the inlaws, nothign too cheap but nothing top end needed. something mid range - this good TV or any others recommend? 700 max price


You get the magic remove with the 7610 and an extra hdmi port I have the 65” 7400 very pleased with it


Thank thank you.. Nice information. Would you say i should go for the 754 tv or do you know a better oled tv for the price? I have a 42 inch crappy 1080p tv from years ago so this is gonna be a huge upgrade :D