Toshiba 55U5766DB 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV at Amazon for £409
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Toshiba 55U5766DB 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV at Amazon for £409

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Found 26th Dec 2017
Amazon deal of the day so act quickly.

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Good price heat given... But personally I would look for HDR at this price point ..maybe cost a little more..
Edited by: "AbuG" 26th Dec 2017
Have the 50inch model, brilliant TV colour and sound first class.
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just wonder whether this TV can connect with my youtube?
007hannibal1 h, 6 m ago

just wonder whether this TV can connect with my youtube?


Yes smart tv
AbuG9 h, 17 m ago

Good price heat given... But personally I would look for HDR at this price …Good price heat given... But personally I would look for HDR at this price point ..maybe cost a little more..


That's unrealistic. You're not going to get a decent stab at HDR even at double this price. You might just find a TV with a wide gamut backlight that gets some benefit from HDR content if you spend 40-50% more.
EndlessWaves17 m ago

That's unrealistic. You're not going to get a decent stab at HDR even at …That's unrealistic. You're not going to get a decent stab at HDR even at double this price. You might just find a TV with a wide gamut backlight that gets some benefit from HDR content if you spend 40-50% more.


This was picked up... Is HDR 10. .. and is a little more like I said... 15%

hotukdeals.com/dea…958

Some even got the above cheaper by getting priced matched by AO which comes with a better warranty and then £20 off for first order... £440
AbuG22 m ago

This was picked up... Is HDR 10. .. and is a little more like I said... …This was picked up... Is HDR 10. .. and is a little more like I said... 15%https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue55mu6220-55-curved-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-with-built-in-wifi-2837958Some even got the above cheaper by getting priced matched by AO which comes with a better warranty and then £20 off for first order... £440


That'll read HDR content yeah, but doesn't have any hardware to provide an actual increase in dynamic range. It'll have exactly the same sort of contrast and colour gamut as a TV without HDR compatibility such as this one.
EndlessWaves23 m ago

That'll read HDR content yeah, but doesn't have any hardware to provide an …That'll read HDR content yeah, but doesn't have any hardware to provide an actual increase in dynamic range. It'll have exactly the same sort of contrast and colour gamut as a TV without HDR compatibility such as this one.


When it reads the HDR content then it will "display" the contrast and brightness as such... If not the I'm sure Samsung would have a legal dilemma. Obviously it will not be to the same grade of an OLED TV.... Which I assume you were referring to by 40-50% more cost.
SDR will obviously display as SDR on both TVs.
AbuG34 m ago

When it reads the HDR content then it will "display" the contrast and …When it reads the HDR content then it will "display" the contrast and brightness as such... If not the I'm sure Samsung would have a legal dilemma.


It'll map it to it's own capabilities sure - all HDR TVs do, none can display the full range - but the resulting display won't any more dynamic range than a normal SDR TV with dynamic contrast/global dimming.

In short, it'll look pretty much identical. You may see some marginal improvements due to the backlight level being based on more information, and brief bursts of bright scenes (strobes etc.) may work a little better but it won't look like any HDR demo you've seen.
AbuG34 m ago

Obviously it will not be to the same grade of an OLED TV.... Which I …Obviously it will not be to the same grade of an OLED TV.... Which I assume you were referring to by 40-50% more cost. SDR will obviously display as SDR on both TVs.


40-50% more than £400 is £560-600, If you can get an OLED for that price then go for it.
EndlessWaves1 h, 16 m ago

It'll map it to it's own capabilities sure - all HDR TVs do, none can …It'll map it to it's own capabilities sure - all HDR TVs do, none can display the full range - but the resulting display won't any more dynamic range than a normal SDR TV with dynamic contrast/global dimming.In short, it'll look pretty much identical. You may see some marginal improvements due to the backlight level being based on more information, and brief bursts of bright scenes (strobes etc.) may work a little better but it won't look like any HDR demo you've seen. 40-50% more than £400 is £560-600, If you can get an OLED for that price then go for it.


Ok... These 8-10bit panels are minimal difference from SDR panels...
I am being rhetorical.... A bit like my previous rhetorical assumption that you failed to grasp.

Will end this convo here...all the best.
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