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OP poster finally changes the price and deal from ebuyer to Shopto after I point out it is cheaper at Shopto.net and did not update his listing to make this clear! Very honourable!

This is £656.06 elsewhere. If I say where the OP will take the credit! Put it in to a search engine!
18 Feb 19: Price now £655.00 elsewhere. These are all grey imports. The OP finally changed the supplier again! Yet, still no hint of credit to anyone else!

20 Feb. Expired! £699 now.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 20th Feb
gsj8711/02/2019 22:23

How does this hold up against an LG OLED? I haven't gotta clue about TV …How does this hold up against an LG OLED? I haven't gotta clue about TV specs.


I've got both and it doesn't even come close. It's a decent TV for the money but it's like asking how a Ford Focus holds up against a Jaguar F Type.
Edited by: "beasty54" 11th Feb
gsj8712/02/2019 11:16

Ahhh OK that's a game changer then. I was leaning towards getting the LG …Ahhh OK that's a game changer then. I was leaning towards getting the LG OLED but if its bad with gaming then there's no point for me.


It's not bad for gaming at all, in fact they're great for gaming as long as you don't play the same game for 12 hours every day.

With that being said, there is a small chance of uneven pixel wear (not burn in like others seem to call it) I know a few people with LG OLEDs that game a lot, there's definitely no "burn in"

Despite what anyone says, if you want the beat picture quality currently available, there is no comparison to OLED. I would also be careful when someone recommends "a Samsung" rather than an LCD, they're clearly biased for some reason and can't be taken seriously.

Personally I would suggest looking on AV forums and doing some serious research, do NOT take any advice you reciebe on hit UK deals seriously, that includes my opinions too.
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£715 from Amazon Warehouse in ‘pristine’ condition if anyone’s tempted?

amazon.co.uk/dp/…64R
Great deal!
Just 1 year warranty. Would you buy a television with just 1 year warranty? Need to add delivery cost.

£773.10 with blue ray player from Samsung website with 10% student discount, if interested.

Or, £745.85 from Shopto.Net
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 11th Feb
A2DY_11/02/2019 20:23

£715 from Amazon Warehouse in ‘pristine’ condition if anyone’s tempte …£715 from Amazon Warehouse in ‘pristine’ condition if anyone’s tempted?https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07CG4S4SQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_eLDyCb2TMX64R


"pristine packaging"

"Accessories may have cosmetic damage."
Edited by: "aleem" 11th Feb
Would John Lewis price match this ?
aleem13 m ago

"pristine packaging" "Accessories may have cosmetic damage."


Ah. Yes missed that. It doesn’t comment on the actual TV which from experience with Amazon Warehouse would mean it’s fine. Just the remote may be slightly damaged.
ashtad9 m ago

Would John Lewis price match this ?


Ebuyer is internet only. So, no. In any case,
John(athon) Lewis - knowingly undersold and do not care.
How does this hold up against an LG OLED? I haven't gotta clue about TV specs.
gsj8711/02/2019 22:23

How does this hold up against an LG OLED? I haven't gotta clue about TV …How does this hold up against an LG OLED? I haven't gotta clue about TV specs.


I've got both and it doesn't even come close. It's a decent TV for the money but it's like asking how a Ford Focus holds up against a Jaguar F Type.
Edited by: "beasty54" 11th Feb
OP poster finally changes the price and deal from ebuyer to Shopto after I point out it is cheaper at Shopto.net and did not update his listing to make this clear! Very honourable!

This is £656.06 elsewhere. If I say where the OP will take the credit! Put it in to a search engine!
18 Feb 19: Price now £655.00 elsewhere. These are all grey imports. The OP finally changed the supplier again! Yet, still no hint of credit to anyone else!

20 Feb. Expired! £699 now.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 20th Feb
beasty5411/02/2019 22:31

I've got both and it doesn't even come close. It's a decent TV for the …I've got both and it doesn't even come close. It's a decent TV for the money but it's like asking how a Ford Focus holds up against a Jaguar F Type.


Good enough analogy for me lol, thanks!
beasty5411/02/2019 22:31

I've got both and it doesn't even come close. It's a decent TV for the …I've got both and it doesn't even come close. It's a decent TV for the money but it's like asking how a Ford Focus holds up against a Jaguar F Type.


So LG OLED is better is what you are saying? I know nothing about cars or TV, thanks for clarifying.
sydney211/02/2019 23:13

So LG OLED is better is what you are saying? I know nothing about cars or …So LG OLED is better is what you are saying? I know nothing about cars or TV, thanks for clarifying.


Lg oled is the best by far. But costs twice the price for same size.
charlie1820081 m ago

Lg oled is the best by far. But costs twice the price for same size.


Thank you for reply.
sydney234 m ago

So LG OLED is better is what you are saying? I know nothing about cars or …So LG OLED is better is what you are saying? I know nothing about cars or TV, thanks for clarifying.


I've got the 55 C8 and yes, it's in a completely different league. As someone else has said though, there's a huge difference in price too so comparing isn't fair.

Ive only got a 50" version of this Sammy but paid £469, the LG is a little bigger but was close to 4 x the price at £1700, definitely worth it though.
gsj8711/02/2019 22:46

Good enough analogy for me lol, thanks!


If your buy an LG and Sammy at the same price it will never be like this, this is a joke comment at best, LGs also still suffer from burn in, have more motion blur and are a draker picture over all so if your living room is very bright Samsung would be far better because there screens are far brighter, less motion blur and no burn in.
sydney211/02/2019 23:13

So LG OLED is better is what you are saying? I know nothing about cars or …So LG OLED is better is what you are saying? I know nothing about cars or TV, thanks for clarifying.


Its better if you like burn in, darker screen and more motion blur, at the same price level Sammy for me but this guy is comparing top of the range to mid range going by his comment which is no help to you at all.
Edged12/02/2019 10:54

If your buy an LG and Sammy at the same price it will never be like this, …If your buy an LG and Sammy at the same price it will never be like this, this is a joke comment at best, LGs also still suffer from burn in, have more motion blur and are a draker picture over all so if your living room is very bright Samsung would be far better because there screens are far brighter, less motion blur and no burn in.


So the LG OLED wouldn't be good for gaming if it has motion blur etc? My living room is fairly dark also.
gsj8712/02/2019 11:02

So the LG OLED wouldn't be good for gaming if it has motion blur etc? My …So the LG OLED wouldn't be good for gaming if it has motion blur etc? My living room is fairly dark also.


If your gaming on your TV its Samsung all day long, i bought a top of the range LG and it was bad even after changing to recommend setting, Samsung have a gaming mode thats fantastic and 4k ps4 gaming looks amazing.
Edged12/02/2019 11:12

If your gaming on your TV its Samsung all day long, i bought a top of the …If your gaming on your TV its Samsung all day long, i bought a top of the range LG and it was bad even after changing to recommend setting, Samsung have a gaming mode thats fantastic and 4k ps4 gaming looks amazing.


Ahhh OK that's a game changer then. I was leaning towards getting the LG OLED but if its bad with gaming then there's no point for me.
Should I buy this samsung tv or hotukdeals.com/dea…749
Going to be playing ps4 and watching netflix mainly. My living room is slightly bright. THANKS IN ADVANCE!
gsj8712/02/2019 11:16

Ahhh OK that's a game changer then. I was leaning towards getting the LG …Ahhh OK that's a game changer then. I was leaning towards getting the LG OLED but if its bad with gaming then there's no point for me.


It's not bad for gaming at all, in fact they're great for gaming as long as you don't play the same game for 12 hours every day.

With that being said, there is a small chance of uneven pixel wear (not burn in like others seem to call it) I know a few people with LG OLEDs that game a lot, there's definitely no "burn in"

Despite what anyone says, if you want the beat picture quality currently available, there is no comparison to OLED. I would also be careful when someone recommends "a Samsung" rather than an LCD, they're clearly biased for some reason and can't be taken seriously.

Personally I would suggest looking on AV forums and doing some serious research, do NOT take any advice you reciebe on hit UK deals seriously, that includes my opinions too.
Edged7 h, 34 m ago

If your gaming on your TV its Samsung all day long, i bought a top of the …If your gaming on your TV its Samsung all day long, i bought a top of the range LG and it was bad even after changing to recommend setting, Samsung have a gaming mode thats fantastic and 4k ps4 gaming looks amazing.


You should be ashamed for offering such ridiculous advice! Anyone with the slightest but of knowledge would advise a particular brand and model!
Common.Sense11/02/2019 21:50

Just 1 year warranty. Would you buy a television with just 1 year …Just 1 year warranty. Would you buy a television with just 1 year warranty? Need to add delivery cost.£773.10 with blue ray player from Samsung website with 10% student discount, if interested.Or, £745.85 from Shopto.Net


What student discount? Unidays of NUS? I have nus but not unidays.
Common.Sense12/02/2019 21:13

https://shop.samsung.com/uk/multistore/ukepp/students


Link didn’t work
Common.Sense12/02/2019 21:16

Try this: …Try this: https://shop.samsung.com/uk/multistore/ukepp/students/login/multistore


It worked but it looks like unidays. Thanks anyway
andreapearse7 m ago

It worked but it looks like unidays. Thanks anyway



I am not sure as I am not a student and managed to create an account.
There is another URL that uses Unidays.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 12th Feb
Another thing to remember with this TV, HDR is pointless, I had to actually look in the menu to see if it was displaying in HDR, the brightness just isn't there to do it justice.
ashtad11th Feb

Would John Lewis price match this ?


Yes, they price matched for me with a online seller last year with a Samsung TV I bought from them, but I didn't do the price match online. I went for the more direct approach and showed the manager the advert online and with manners on my side, he agreed to do a price match, so it is worth trying the direct approach, just make sure you take a screenshot of the online advert that you have seen.
Edited by: "garethcollins925" 13th Feb
beasty5412/02/2019 23:29

Another thing to remember with this TV, HDR is pointless, I had to …Another thing to remember with this TV, HDR is pointless, I had to actually look in the menu to see if it was displaying in HDR, the brightness just isn't there to do it justice.


Odd claim, the reviews say it is.
In fact, "what hifi" agree with Samsung's comment that it's specs meet UHD HDR Premium classification but just doesn't have it because they only entered their Qled TVs for classification.
Meaning incredibly bright images but, being LCD, it won't get near the deep blacks of oled.
To me, peak brightness is my most sought after panel spec, easily ahead of black levels.
I was close to being swayed to pay extra for a smaller LG oled, but when I read about their disappointing peak brightness levels, it soured me.
pubgrundy6 h, 38 m ago

Odd claim, the reviews say it is. In fact, "what hifi" agree with …Odd claim, the reviews say it is. In fact, "what hifi" agree with Samsung's comment that it's specs meet UHD HDR Premium classification but just doesn't have it because they only entered their Qled TVs for classification.Meaning incredibly bright images but, being LCD, it won't get near the deep blacks of oled.To me, peak brightness is my most sought after panel spec, easily ahead of black levels.I was close to being swayed to pay extra for a smaller LG oled, but when I read about their disappointing peak brightness levels, it soured me.


I could possibly be missing something but I did read about the cheaper sets not being bright enough for HDR so I'm not complaining, it's only for my computer room so I'm not fussed. I did double check last night and it was definitley in HDR mode, there was just barely any change in brightness. My LG C8 on the other hand, when it switches to HDR it makes you squint for a second because of how bright it is. I do agree that if you're watching in direct sunlight it probably won't be as good as a high end QLED but mine is for movie watching so the blinds are shut.
Is this much better than the Samsung UE65NU7100 model that was£699 a while ago, about £719 now with code.
pubgrundy13/02/2019 00:33

Odd claim, the reviews say it is. In fact, "what hifi" agree with …Odd claim, the reviews say it is. In fact, "what hifi" agree with Samsung's comment that it's specs meet UHD HDR Premium classification but just doesn't have it because they only entered their Qled TVs for classification.Meaning incredibly bright images but, being LCD, it won't get near the deep blacks of oled.To me, peak brightness is my most sought after panel spec, easily ahead of black levels.I was close to being swayed to pay extra for a smaller LG oled, but when I read about their disappointing peak brightness levels, it soured me.


The NU7400 has rather poor peak brightness. You sure you're not thinking about the NU8000?


NU8000 is meant to be 800cd/m2 brightness and one review gets 800 nits on a 10% window with HDR and another review 984 nits on SDR. Full field brightness is meant to be 450 and in one review it gets 535 nits. The Nu7400 has a full field brightness of 200cd/m2 and peak is around 400.
Edited by: "MIDURIX" 13th Feb
Edged12/02/2019 10:56

Its better if you like burn in, darker screen and more motion blur, at the …Its better if you like burn in, darker screen and more motion blur, at the same price level Sammy for me but this guy is comparing top of the range to mid range going by his comment which is no help to you at all.


Either is yours about burn in ...Do you own a oled or just jumping on bandwagon .You would have to be a complete idiot to achieve burn in on the oled .And yes owned 2 oled since 2015.
gsj8712/02/2019 11:16

Ahhh OK that's a game changer then. I was leaning towards getting the LG …Ahhh OK that's a game changer then. I was leaning towards getting the LG OLED but if its bad with gaming then there's no point for me.



I got an OLED LG TV last week, I have an XBox One X, PS4 Pro and HTPC which plays games at 4K. Never have any issues with motion blur etc, I mostly play fighting games which are fast paced. I glad I picked the OLED over the Sammy.

The only issue I have is the OLED screen is really reflective but fixed that issue by moving the light in my room.
Edited by: "malachi" 13th Feb
For peace of mind I'd suggest to buy the one with the longest warranty for your budget
MIDURIX13/02/2019 08:06

The NU7400 has rather poor peak brightness. You sure you're not thinking …The NU7400 has rather poor peak brightness. You sure you're not thinking about the NU8000?NU8000 is meant to be 800cd/m2 brightness and one review gets 800 nits on a 10% window with HDR and another review 984 nits on SDR. Full field brightness is meant to be 450 and in one review it gets 535 nits. The Nu7400 has a full field brightness of 200cd/m2 and peak is around 400.


Can you tell me please the difference and how this compares to the Samsung NU7470 65" 4K TV that I've just bought in currys/PC world for £899.
Bought the 50" and can say the picture and sound (active bass control) is very good. The software hasn't been updated in a while, and looking through forums it seems like Samsung have little to no interest in addressing the outstanding issues! Nothing major, except the stuttering when using motion plus tech can be frequent, and very distracting. This is a recent, extensive, but potentially useful link for anyone interested when deciding panel, size, recent Samsung TV history.

avforums.com/thr…e-3
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