Toshiba 55 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Freeview Play - 6 Year Guarantee £399.99 @ Richer Sounds
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Toshiba 55 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Freeview Play - 6 Year Guarantee £399.99 @ Richer Sounds

£399.99£599.99 33% Richer Sounds Deals
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Found 26th Nov
4K Ultra HD TV - Ultimate Detail
With 4K UHD screen resolution, the Toshiba 55U6763 gives a stunning picture quality. The resolution is four times greater than the more conventional 1920 x 1080 Full HD TVs and it's a difference you can see clearly, with greatly improved realism and detail. Thanks to Toshiba's 4K UHD Upscaler, even standard FHD signals can be upscaled to near 4K clarity and detail - giving your Blu-rays a new lease of life.

Huge range of connections
With a class-leading four HDMI sockets and three USBs, this Toshiba 55 inch TV easily matches much more expensive models. Three USB inputs let you connect a wide range of digital devices and one is the latest USB 3.0 version for a high speed link. For older components, the 55U6763 includes SCART, component and VGA inputs - all very rare to find on a UHD TV. Throw in an optical connection for a soundbar/base and you've got everything you need in a 4K TV.

Freeview Play for easy access to catch-up TV
This 55 inch Toshiba TV also features Freeview Play. This combines catch-up TV, on-demand services and live television to make it easy to watch what you want, when you want. It's free from subscription and compatible with existing broadband services, while BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, All 4 and Demand 5 are available without having to open specific apps, giving effortless scroll-back TV (requires broadband Internet connection with a minimum speed of 2Mbps).

Smart connectivity including web browser
With an open web browser you get access to browse the web, just as you'd do on a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone. There's also Toshiba's Smart Portal. This gives you access to a great range of web-based apps. These include 4K versions of YouTube and Netflix. Choose between the standard Ethernet or Wi-Fi connections to gain access to your home network.

Screen mirroring and apps
The 55U6763 offers Screen Mirroring via Miracast. Miracast lets you watch what's on your mobile or tablet, on the big screen - wirelessly (requires a Wi-Fi network and Miracast certified smartphone -firmware update may be required). You can also use your smartphone or tablet to control the TV. Smart Guide and Smart Remote applications let you take full control of the TV.

Move up to smart 4K for less, with the superb value Toshiba 55U6763.

Top comments

fishmaster10 m ago

http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinion/what-is-hdr-gaming-2946693"So how …http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinion/what-is-hdr-gaming-2946693"So how does it look?With so many hurdles to overcome before you can experience true HDR gaming, you’ll likely be wondering if the results actually justify the effort. The short answer is that, unfortunately for your bank balance, they most certainly do."My point is if you're in the market for this TV with this budget then HDR gaming is just not happening for you. Read the article you need to spend serious money to get a HDR experience.


Cheers mate. Looking to spend about £1k on a 55 inch TV. But being from Yorkshire and having Scottish blood I'm genetically tight. So will always look for bargains. Was hoping the LG oled would be around £1k. But not happening.

formsm2000comp3 m ago

Because this doesn't have HDR. No good with PS4 pro or Nvidia shield?


No TV at this price does HDR properly anyway so moot point.
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Really hot!

Scorching hot deal 👏

in-store only

In store only, shame

It's the same price on AO but clearly minus the warranty.

Does this have HDR?

Because this doesn't have HDR. No good with PS4 pro or Nvidia shield?

formsm2000comp3 m ago

Because this doesn't have HDR. No good with PS4 pro or Nvidia shield?


No TV at this price does HDR properly anyway so moot point.

fishmaster4 m ago

No TV at this price does HDR properly anyway so moot point.


So with a PS4 pro and Nvidia shield in mind. Would you advise against this and get a TV which does HDR?

formsm2000comp5 m ago

So with a PS4 pro and Nvidia shield in mind. Would you advise against this …So with a PS4 pro and Nvidia shield in mind. Would you advise against this and get a TV which does HDR?



trustedreviews.com/opi…693


"So how does it look?With so many hurdles to overcome before you can experience true HDR gaming, you’ll likely be wondering if the results actually justify the effort. The short answer is that, unfortunately for your bank balance, they most certainly do."

My point is if you're in the market for this TV with this budget then HDR gaming is just not happening for you. Read the article you need to spend serious money to get a HDR experience.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 26th Nov

Hot hot

fishmaster10 m ago

http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinion/what-is-hdr-gaming-2946693"So how …http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinion/what-is-hdr-gaming-2946693"So how does it look?With so many hurdles to overcome before you can experience true HDR gaming, you’ll likely be wondering if the results actually justify the effort. The short answer is that, unfortunately for your bank balance, they most certainly do."My point is if you're in the market for this TV with this budget then HDR gaming is just not happening for you. Read the article you need to spend serious money to get a HDR experience.


Cheers mate. Looking to spend about £1k on a 55 inch TV. But being from Yorkshire and having Scottish blood I'm genetically tight. So will always look for bargains. Was hoping the LG oled would be around £1k. But not happening.

formsm2000comp6 m ago

Cheers mate. Looking to spend about £1k on a 55 inch TV. But being from …Cheers mate. Looking to spend about £1k on a 55 inch TV. But being from Yorkshire and having Scottish blood I'm genetically tight. So will always look for bargains. Was hoping the LG oled would be around £1k. But not happening.


I think they recommend some TV's in that article, you can lookup specifications on displayspecifications.com for most TV's. Although annoyingly that site doesn't cover every model, but still a useful resource.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 26th Nov

formsm2000comp7 m ago

Cheers mate. Looking to spend about £1k on a 55 inch TV. But being from …Cheers mate. Looking to spend about £1k on a 55 inch TV. But being from Yorkshire and having Scottish blood I'm genetically tight. So will always look for bargains. Was hoping the LG oled would be around £1k. But not happening.

OLED55E7N went for 1000 and 1100 at one point. If you're lucky it may happen again. I was speaking over live chat to the staff at 'bestavdeals' and he told me to call Emma at CS and she would do a deal as they had a cancellation. It will only be similar money if you can get the LG cashback after buying from bestavdeals which I'm not so sure you can. Good luck.

fishmaster6 m ago

I think they recommend some TV's in that article, you can lookup …I think they recommend some TV's in that article, you can lookup specifications on displayspecifications.com for most TV's. Although annoyingly that site doesn't cover every model, but still a useful resource.


Normally go off AV forums for reviews. Websites could be sponsored. Fair enough that link says trusted reviews. But doesn't have the LG oled just in last place whereas in most cases it's voted top TV.

This or sony kdl49"we753..for 450 with 3 years accidental breakdown cover??

formsm2000comp37 m ago

Normally go off AV forums for reviews. Websites could be sponsored. Fair …Normally go off AV forums for reviews. Websites could be sponsored. Fair enough that link says trusted reviews. But doesn't have the LG oled just in last place whereas in most cases it's voted top TV.


The article is mainly to explain if HDR is worth it or not and the specifics of HDR, price, hardware etc. I agree AV Forums is a good site for impartial reviews.

fishmaster3 m ago

The article is mainly to explain if HDR is worth it or not and the …The article is mainly to explain if HDR is worth it or not and the specifics of HDR, price, hardware etc. I agree AV Forums is a good site for impartial reviews.


Thanks. Basically said without HDR not be worth it. Problem with AV forums is they are the high end customers for TV. The prices they pay are outrageous. Reading article on there saying spring best time to buy when model refresh happens. Not in mega rush for new TV. But since I've got Nvidia shield and PS4 pro on the way. Don't want to be waiting forever.

formsm2000comp2 h, 16 m ago

So with a PS4 pro and Nvidia shield in mind. Would you advise against this …So with a PS4 pro and Nvidia shield in mind. Would you advise against this and get a TV which does HDR?


You can still do 4k stuff easily , HDR needs a proper source, and proper TV both of which arent very forthcoming just yet.currently non HDR stuff looks similar , you will not know any better, unless you have something beside it correctly setup to see the difference. For some they turn it off as the darks are too dark. And the brights are too bright. You have to spend a lot of money to get proper HDR. Right now most of us don't have it and things looks perfectly good.
So don't worry about HDR. Worry more about the processing chips involved, flat panel quality and features. Unless you are looking to spend over £1500.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 26th Nov

Bought the last one in Liverpool. Thanks OP!

polarbaba1 h, 50 m ago

You can still do 4k stuff easily , HDR needs a proper source, and proper …You can still do 4k stuff easily , HDR needs a proper source, and proper TV both of which arent very forthcoming just yet.currently non HDR stuff looks similar , you will not know any better, unless you have something beside it correctly setup to see the difference. For some they turn it off as the darks are too dark. And the brights are too bright. You have to spend a lot of money to get proper HDR. Right now most of us don't have it and things looks perfectly good.So don't worry about HDR. Worry more about the processing chips involved, flat panel quality and features. Unless you are looking to spend over £1500.


So would you suggest this for now then a different HDR in the future? Was looking at the LG oled. Are they good with HDR

HDR CATARACTS.........

formsm2000comp2 h, 7 m ago

So would you suggest this for now then a different HDR in the future? Was …So would you suggest this for now then a different HDR in the future? Was looking at the LG oled. Are they good with HDR


The oleds I have seen above £1700 are better than a £1000 regular Sony TV .. but only just.. and only in the dark shades. And only when compared side by side.
You'll have to spend way more to really see the difference I suggest you go to currys and see for yourself.
To my eyes the 55" telly's , £400-£800 range appears similar. Only when you go above you'll see a difference. Even a £1000 TV will give you genuine 8 bits with simulated dithered 10 bits ... Just like the cheaper telly's.

The new oleds will generally give you 10 bits ... But you'll also need brightness etc with that for HDR. So do not fall for marketing and never ever listen to salespeople who know nothing. Take some sample videos on a usb stick or see what samples they have and spend some time comparing.

Saw this toshiba in JL Newcastle on display..a little bit to dark...but for the price should be alright.

Other than the all important 6" how does this compare to the 49" inch tosh in Tesco for £299? Thanks

formsm2000comp10 h, 1 m ago

Cheers mate. Looking to spend about £1k on a 55 inch TV. But being from …Cheers mate. Looking to spend about £1k on a 55 inch TV. But being from Yorkshire and having Scottish blood I'm genetically tight. So will always look for bargains. Was hoping the LG oled would be around £1k. But not happening.


1k for a tv haha. Whats going on the world nowadays. This is getting silly

stevo610523 m ago

1k for a tv haha. Whats going on the world nowadays. This is getting silly


I paid £3500 for a SD 42" flat screen Philips TV a few years ago.
Yes, I was stupid. But if you want cutting edge you have to pay for it. I wouldn't do it again that's for sure.

fishmaster10 h, 57 m ago

No TV at this price does HDR properly anyway so moot point.


So your saying HDR (8bit+2) enabled TV's are not an improvement over non-HDR TVs?

Scrat19 m ago

I paid £3500 for a SD 42" flat screen Philips TV a few years ago.Yes, I …I paid £3500 for a SD 42" flat screen Philips TV a few years ago.Yes, I was stupid. But if you want cutting edge you have to pay for it. I wouldn't do it again that's for sure.


Errr don't think they ever did a SD 42 flat screen? lol Maybe you bought a 720p plasma?

Would this TV be a cheap ps4 pro tv? like minimal motion blur etc? I mean my eyes arent the best but still want a 4k nice gaming experience on a budget. Or if anyone can give any other better alter that'd be much appreciated

RX019 m ago

Errr don't think they ever did a SD 42 flat screen? lol Maybe you bought a …Errr don't think they ever did a SD 42 flat screen? lol Maybe you bought a 720p plasma?


I can assure you they did, it wasn't even HD ready...
Trust me, I still have it, but its never used. It is about 4 inches thick!

Original Poster

Not bad for a 55 4k though, guess the smart features are not the best on these

I picked one of these up yesterday. It is never going to look as good as a £1000+ HDR set obviously but it is very good for the money, insanely good when you consider the 6 year warranty. 4k stuff look amazing on it through Netflix or YouTube, SD channels are average. The interface surprised me, the features are decent and the interface is fast.

formsm2000comp23 h, 42 m ago

Cheers mate. Looking to spend about £1k on a 55 inch TV. But being from …Cheers mate. Looking to spend about £1k on a 55 inch TV. But being from Yorkshire and having Scottish blood I'm genetically tight. So will always look for bargains. Was hoping the LG oled would be around £1k. But not happening.



I get where you're coming from, (originally from Yorkshire also.) but at the end of the day, you get what you pay for. Can't see OLED hitting £999 for a year so you can pay £400 for this and then £999 in a years time or £1300 on OLED today. Sometimes being cheap isn't the best value. If you want the quality of OLED, you will always want it.
Edited by: "Masteryates" 27th Nov

Nice article. "A whole new world of financial pain and potential confusion" is an excellent way to put it.

Is this a good TV for an old couple, just watching regular SKY, BBC etc..?

Original Poster

twinkle0625 m ago

Is this a good TV for an old couple, just watching regular SKY, BBC etc..?


I'd say so

aaronlennon1 h, 32 m ago

I'd say so


Can you watch 4k Amazon prime from smart feature?

Original Poster

Bargained9 m ago

Can you watch 4k Amazon prime from smart feature?


You can on my sharp so I guess so

My parents were good enough to trudge to the RS shop in Cardiff today for me, as I was unable to get there. Super friendly staff, free mugs and carried the TV to the car for them.
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