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LazybeatX05/05/2019 15:00

Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living …Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living room to warrant a 75' TV.


I've got a 75 inch TV on my bedroom wall...had to remove the roof but happy with picture
LazybeatX05/05/2019 15:00

Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living …Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living room to warrant a 75' TV.


Have a look at optimum viewing distances from the screen.

It's around 3 meters distance from eye to screen with a 75" TV to achieve a 30° viewing angle (which is ideal for mixed use).

I wouldn't call that a very big room!

Disclaimer - I'm not a TV geek, I've had to do some research lately as I was intending on buying a 65" oled and came to the conclusion that from 4.2 M it was too small!
morrig1 m ago

Isn't that a bit dangerous when it rains and your tellys plugged in or are …Isn't that a bit dangerous when it rains and your tellys plugged in or are you using tarp.


Got one of them golfing umbrellas covering tv mate
LazybeatX05/05/2019 15:00

Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living …Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living room to warrant a 75' TV.



We have the 75" of the NU8000 - we sit 3m away (to the back of the couch, could have went further back but my home office is behind the couch) and it looks great.

TBH I wish I had bought the 82" now. People are surprised by the size of the 75" when they come in to the house, but trust me, you soon get used to it
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Is 5 year warranty extra?

5 Year RGB Warranty +£296
Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living room to warrant a 75' TV.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 5th May
LazybeatX05/05/2019 15:00

Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living …Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living room to warrant a 75' TV.


I've got a 75 inch TV on my bedroom wall...had to remove the roof but happy with picture
LazybeatX05/05/2019 15:00

Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living …Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living room to warrant a 75' TV.


Have a look at optimum viewing distances from the screen.

It's around 3 meters distance from eye to screen with a 75" TV to achieve a 30° viewing angle (which is ideal for mixed use).

I wouldn't call that a very big room!

Disclaimer - I'm not a TV geek, I've had to do some research lately as I was intending on buying a 65" oled and came to the conclusion that from 4.2 M it was too small!
chris_p15 m ago

Have a look at optimum viewing distances from the screen.It's around 3 …Have a look at optimum viewing distances from the screen.It's around 3 meters distance from eye to screen with a 75" TV to achieve a 30° viewing angle (which is ideal for mixed use).I wouldn't call that a very big room!Disclaimer - I'm not a TV geek, I've had to do some research lately as I was intending on buying a 65" oled and came to the conclusion that from 4.2 M it was too small!


That would depend on your current TV size. If its a 50", then 65" is a 40% larger viewing area. I'm sure you would notice the difference.
S1X05/05/2019 14:42

Is 5 year warranty extra?5 Year RGB Warranty +£296


It says Free Promo 5 year warranty under the 1 year warranty option

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Norton2805/05/2019 15:03

I've got a 75 inch TV on my bedroom wall...had to remove the roof but …I've got a 75 inch TV on my bedroom wall...had to remove the roof but happy with picture


Isn't that a bit dangerous when it rains and your tellys plugged in or are you using tarp.
morrig1 m ago

Isn't that a bit dangerous when it rains and your tellys plugged in or are …Isn't that a bit dangerous when it rains and your tellys plugged in or are you using tarp.


Got one of them golfing umbrellas covering tv mate
LazybeatX05/05/2019 15:00

Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living …Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living room to warrant a 75' TV.



We have the 75" of the NU8000 - we sit 3m away (to the back of the couch, could have went further back but my home office is behind the couch) and it looks great.

TBH I wish I had bought the 82" now. People are surprised by the size of the 75" when they come in to the house, but trust me, you soon get used to it
meherenow05/05/2019 16:36

We have the 75" of the NU8000 - we sit 3m away (to the back of the couch, …We have the 75" of the NU8000 - we sit 3m away (to the back of the couch, could have went further back but my home office is behind the couch) and it looks great.TBH I wish I had bought the 82" now. People are surprised by the size of the 75" when they come in to the house, but trust me, you soon get used to it


Jesus, I thought my 55 inch was large in my living room
LazybeatX11 m ago

Jesus, I thought my 55 inch was large in my living room



We've just gone up and up (and you can't go back down of course :D). Jumped from 50" to 65" a number of models back and well, there was only one way to go after that...

I remember getting a big boxy 32" widescreen and thinking that was the pinnacle of viewing lol (when analogue broadcast TV was in that 14:9 widescreen and you had to track down letterbox VHS vids so you could zoom it into the correct aspect ratio).

I'm sure my first plasma flatscreen came in at a whopping 42" - now we have a cheapo 50" in the bedroom.
As above, whenever thinking of upgrading TV it feels customary to increase the screen size also! or it's like not an upgrade or something.

At 65" for living room, and 65" for bedroom and think will stick with that size. Use my projector if i want a larger screen than that


Although, certainly won't be buying another QLED
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 5th May
Jace_Phoenix05/05/2019 20:02

As above, whenever thinking of upgrading TV it feels customary to increase …As above, whenever thinking of upgrading TV it feels customary to increase the screen size also! or it's like not an upgrade or something. At 65" for living room, and 65" for bedroom and think will stick with that size. Use my projector if i want a larger screen than that Although, certainly won't be buying another QLED


People that get the biggest TV possible would have 100" TVs in their 2/3 bed houses if they were affordable
Edited by: "gg1pl" 5th May
QLED Samsung or OLED every other manufacturer?
chris_p5 h, 39 m ago

Have a look at optimum viewing distances from the screen.It's around 3 …Have a look at optimum viewing distances from the screen.It's around 3 meters distance from eye to screen with a 75" TV to achieve a 30° viewing angle (which is ideal for mixed use).I wouldn't call that a very big room!Disclaimer - I'm not a TV geek, I've had to do some research lately as I was intending on buying a 65" oled and came to the conclusion that from 4.2 M it was too small!


This, I haven't got enormous front room, but my 65" doesn't cut it. (Sitting 3.5m away)
How many scart sockets though?
Presume its still edge lit even at this size?
Mentos05/05/2019 20:56

Presume its still edge lit even at this size?


Yes
nothingmuch3 m ago

Yes



:/ Back to plan A and playing russian roulette with the 2018 65" OLED price drops
Edited by: "Mentos" 5th May
If anyone is going for this you might want to try a price match with richersounds telesales in morning
LazybeatX05/05/2019 15:00

Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living …Looks cool, so people actually buy tvs this size? How big is the living room to warrant a 75' TV.


We have this size in our bedroom which is about 20 foot X 16 foot.... We have the 85 version in our living room which is about 30 foot X 20 ish..... This is a cracking price for this Tele 👌
big_ben05/05/2019 21:12

. This is a cracking price for this Tele 👌


I wouldn't go far as saying it's a 'cracking price' - it's still pricey for an LCD no 2 ways about it. Poor mans OLED, but don't really want a debate on that again.

It is however, cheaper than it was before.. that's all i will say
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 5th May
Jace_Phoenix05/05/2019 21:25

I wouldn't go far as saying it's a 'cracking price' - it's still pricey …I wouldn't go far as saying it's a 'cracking price' - it's still pricey for an LCD no 2 ways about it. Poor mans OLED, but don't really want a debate on that again. It is however, cheaper than it was before.. that's all i will say


Two Words.....Screen Burn
hotukdealz05/05/2019 22:34

Two Words.....Screen Burn



Had an OLED for 5 years, no screen burn here.

Also, all TV technology can suffer 'Screen Burn' or 'Image Retention' if misused... including LCD and Even CRT

bye
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 5th May
gg1pl05/05/2019 20:35

People that get the biggest TV possible would have 100" TVs in their 2/3 …People that get the biggest TV possible would have 100" TVs in their 2/3 bed houses if they were affordable


What has the number of bedrooms got to do with anything? My house has three bedrooms, but I sit 5.5m away from the TV in my living room, so the 55" tv seems a bit small actually - I'll be upgrading to 75" soon (yes, an increase in size is an upgrade, similar to upgrading to a 4 bedroom house, even when you consider the tiny rooms and smaller total floor space available).
Norton2805/05/2019 15:03

I've got a 75 inch TV on my bedroom wall...had to remove the roof but …I've got a 75 inch TV on my bedroom wall...had to remove the roof but happy with picture


Should have put it on the ceiling!
Jace_Phoenix05/05/2019 22:38

Had an OLED for 5 years, no screen burn here.Also, all TV technology can …Had an OLED for 5 years, no screen burn here.Also, all TV technology can suffer 'Screen Burn' or 'Image Retention' if misused... including LCD and Even CRTbye


But Samsung will give you 10 year screen burn warranty - can any oled manufacturer give you that??
Edited by: "nothingmuch" 6th May
nothingmuch1 h, 53 m ago

But Samsung will give you 10 year screen burn warranty - can any oled …But Samsung will give you 10 year screen burn warranty - can any oled manufacturer give you that??



They are careful with the wording aren't they, since LCD doesn't suffer from 'Screen Burn' so why the need for a warranty?

It does suffer from permanent image retention though, maybe that's how they dodge the warranty.?

Either way, it's scaremongering and most owners of OLED will tell you that their screens are fine, unless they disabled pixel shift feature, and put the backlight on 100 and left it on a static image for a few weeks of course. But that's mis-use
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 6th May
Best TV on the market... Sony AF9 Oled. The 65" is out of this world
danopia05/05/2019 22:52

What has the number of bedrooms got to do with anything? My house has …What has the number of bedrooms got to do with anything? My house has three bedrooms, but I sit 5.5m away from the TV in my living room, so the 55" tv seems a bit small actually - I'll be upgrading to 75" soon (yes, an increase in size is an upgrade, similar to upgrading to a 4 bedroom house, even when you consider the tiny rooms and smaller total floor space available).

Sorry I meant massive TVs in small rooms, 5.5m is pretty far, you could go to 100" or more

Moving the sofa might be the cheaper option
DJGREEN19808 h, 35 m ago

Best TV on the market... Sony AF9 Oled. The 65" is out of this world


This may be true but it costs more than £1900 and even if it didn't it is still a far smaller TV than the one here.
We have a 70inch in the lounge and it is a nice size for the space. When it eventually fails I suspect we will get 75inch (footprint likely similar size due to the bezel on my set)
My current TV is a full array backpanel and I do like that about it, however my 65 XE9305 in my games room it edgelit and going on that edge lit does get a bit of an unfair bad press. It's not bad.
nothingmuch06/05/2019 03:46

But Samsung will give you 10 year screen burn warranty - can any oled …But Samsung will give you 10 year screen burn warranty - can any oled manufacturer give you that??


There's new OLED tech on the way. LG's recently signed a contract with a chemicals company for next gen OLED that will be much cheaper to manufacture and they're targetting longevity/screen burn so that it's something you don't have to worry about for at least a decade.

If you can afford an OLED today without stretching, fine go for it, but this stuff's getting cheaper by the minute so don't borrow to buy something that is almost going to become disposable.

Bye bye QLED.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 6th May
How does 10 years screen burn warranty work?
joshwos1 h, 41 m ago

How does 10 years screen burn warranty work?


Read the T&C's. I'm pretty sure it will have conditions like expected watching duration per day, types of content, only for use at recommended/factory preset settings.
With smart TV it's even easier for them to track usage patterns.

Current OLEDs burn because the organic compounds break down with time and use.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 6th May
gg1pl3 h, 56 m ago

Sorry I meant massive TVs in small rooms, 5.5m is pretty far, you could go …Sorry I meant massive TVs in small rooms, 5.5m is pretty far, you could go to 100" or moreMoving the sofa might be the cheaper option


Yeah I can't justify a 100" just yet, 75" will make a huge difference - room doesn't lend itself well to moving the sofa. Plus, a new TV is more exciting
TopTrump06/05/2019 11:21

There's new OLED tech on the way. LG's recently signed a contract with a …There's new OLED tech on the way. LG's recently signed a contract with a chemicals company for next gen OLED that will be much cheaper to manufacture and they're targetting longevity/screen burn so that it's something you don't have to worry about for at least a decade.If you can afford an OLED today without stretching, fine go for it, but this stuff's getting cheaper by the minute so don't borrow to buy something that is almost going to become disposable. Bye bye QLED.


There's always something new around the corner such as Micro LED, if you're waiting for the next big thing then you will always be waiting.

If you need a new TV today then you could do a lot worse than a Samsung QLED.
Gormond5 m ago

There's always something new around the corner such as Micro LED, if …There's always something new around the corner such as Micro LED, if you're waiting for the next big thing then you will always be waiting.If you need a new TV today then you could do a lot worse than a Samsung QLED.


Of course there's uninvented tech round the corner and Samsung QLED is more than good. I'm talking about the next phase where tech becomes more accessible.
say what you wanna say about branding, marketing etc but the picture quality, colours, black levels, low lag, premium build, smart remote, anti reflctive coating and brightness of these QLED range are incredible and really something special.

some of the very, very best TVs you can buy.
I'm very, very happy with my Q7F.
Edited by: "koskesh" 6th May
koskesh06/05/2019 14:06

say what you wanna say about branding, marketing etc but the picture …say what you wanna say about branding, marketing etc but the picture quality, colours, black levels, low lag, premium build, smart remote, anti reflctive coating and brightness of these QLED range are incredible and really something special. some of the very, very best TVs you can buy.I'm very, very happy with my Q7F.


You must have not tested a Q9 then.
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