Toshiba 55U5766DB 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV with Freeview Play - Black (2017 Model) £439 @ Amazon
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Toshiba 55U5766DB 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV with Freeview Play - Black (2017 Model) £439 @ Amazon

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Me want, Just cos me want... missis said no, never should have married a credit card
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It should go very hot. Nice deal

Wery cheapings!

Original Poster

Me want, Just cos me want... missis said no, never should have married a credit card

Is it me or the TV seems little "fat" from the sides

Wow that’s a chunky TV , looks like a tv from 8 years ago . 2017 model !!!! 73mm ( 3 inch ) thick
Edited by: "yozzman1234" 17th Nov

I'd spend the extra £80 and get the Philips with HDR at this price point.

Horrorwood6 m ago

I'd spend the extra £80 and get the Philips with HDR at this price point.

I have never used HDR on my Samsung tv. It makes all the colours far too bright, a bit like sports mode. HDR is the last thing that would be on a must have list for me.

lollypoplee34 m ago

I have never used HDR on my Samsung tv. It makes all the colours far too …I have never used HDR on my Samsung tv. It makes all the colours far too bright, a bit like sports mode. HDR is the last thing that would be on a must have list for me.


Huh? Are you watching HDR content?

Horrorwood6 m ago

Huh? Are you watching HDR content?

Dunno I've not got a Bluray player so how would I know?

Horrorwood56 m ago

I'd spend the extra £80 and get the Philips with HDR at this price point.


Could you link me pretty please

HDR on non HDR content will make blacks look grey and colours washed out.
Needs to be HDR content to appreciate it to be honest

lollypoplee1 h, 10 m ago

I have never used HDR on my Samsung tv. It makes all the colours far too …I have never used HDR on my Samsung tv. It makes all the colours far too bright, a bit like sports mode. HDR is the last thing that would be on a must have list for me.




Cheaper TV's don't do HDR very well, they only include it for marketing purposes.

CoeK5 m ago

Cheaper TV's don't do HDR very well, they only include it for marketing …Cheaper TV's don't do HDR very well, they only include it for marketing purposes.

I think its actually got HDR + ???
The tv cost £700 last Christmas so its not really a cheap cheap tv but obviously not expensive either .

lollypoplee1 m ago

I think its actually got HDR + ???The tv cost £700 last Christmas so its …I think its actually got HDR + ???The tv cost £700 last Christmas so its not really a cheap cheap tv but obviously not expensive either .



I didn't mean to offend with cheap, i think most people buy TV's for less than £1k and you can get some good TV's for that price, some even pretty good with HDR but i have found that once you go over that range you start to get a much better HDR experience.

CoeK13 m ago

I didn't mean to offend with cheap, i think most people buy TV's for less …I didn't mean to offend with cheap, i think most people buy TV's for less than £1k and you can get some good TV's for that price, some even pretty good with HDR but i have found that once you go over that range you start to get a much better HDR experience.

No offence taken mate, i knew what you were trying to say. Why do you think my tv is useless then when i turn HDR on? Any ideas i could try

lollypoplee2 m ago

No offence taken mate, i knew what you were trying to say. Why do you …No offence taken mate, i knew what you were trying to say. Why do you think my tv is useless then when i turn HDR on? Any ideas i could try



I would probably look up the exact model number on somewhere like AV forums, they will usually have some good suggestions for settings(the ambient lighting will still play a part though).

Muqy58 m ago

Could you link me pretty please


Sure:


hotukdeals.com/dea…442
lollypoplee1 h, 7 m ago

Dunno I've not got a Bluray player so how would I know?


Try Netflix or Amazon prime if you have either. Both have content that is HDR.
CoeK38 m ago

Cheaper TV's don't do HDR very well, they only include it for marketing …Cheaper TV's don't do HDR very well, they only include it for marketing purposes.



Maybe, but I still think the philips is a better deal.

Horrorwood2 m ago

Sure:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-55pus6272-55-inch-ultra-hd-tv-with-hdr-argos-52110-with-code-2829442 Try Netflix or Amazon prime if you have either. Both have content that is HDR. Maybe, but I still think the philips is a better deal.



I'm a fan of Philips, i'm actually going to get the 9000 series if there is a good price in the next few weeks, if not i'll wait til after xmas.

CoeK14 m ago

I'm a fan of Philips, i'm actually going to get the 9000 series if there …I'm a fan of Philips, i'm actually going to get the 9000 series if there is a good price in the next few weeks, if not i'll wait til after xmas.



They are OK, although some of their lower models were Vestel, not sure if the one I linked earlier is. But either way it is pretty hard to find a decent review of budget TV's.

Horrorwood4 m ago

They are OK, although some of their lower models were Vestel, not sure if …They are OK, although some of their lower models were Vestel, not sure if the one I linked earlier is. But either way it is pretty hard to find a decent review of budget TV's.



The 9000 model is very well reviewed, and i have seen it in person so know it's the one i want, at least until i can afford the LG W7

lollypoplee2 h, 43 m ago

I think its actually got HDR + ???The tv cost £700 last Christmas so its …I think its actually got HDR + ???The tv cost £700 last Christmas so its not really a cheap cheap tv but obviously not expensive either .


HDR+ is Samsung's name for using the HDR hardware for a vivid mode on non-HDR content. HDR+ is a completely different thing from HDR.

HDR itself is extra capabilities that programmes can take advantage of when appropriate, so the more vivid colours would only be used in the appropriate areas of a deep blue lake, or a bright orange car, and the rest of the picture would continue to look the same as normal. An HDR picture looks more realistic, not less.

Unless you're using the few sources that actually support HDR you'll never see it. Broadcast TV, Sky and Virgin never use HDR for example.

EndlessWaves47 m ago

HDR+ is Samsung's name for using the HDR hardware for a vivid mode on …HDR+ is Samsung's name for using the HDR hardware for a vivid mode on non-HDR content. HDR+ is a completely different thing from HDR.HDR itself is extra capabilities that programmes can take advantage of when appropriate, so the more vivid colours would only be used in the appropriate areas of a deep blue lake, or a bright orange car, and the rest of the picture would continue to look the same as normal. An HDR picture looks more realistic, not less. Unless you're using the few sources that actually support HDR you'll never see it. Broadcast TV, Sky and Virgin never use HDR for example.

That would explain a lot

Great price for entry spec 55 4k. Personally I'm waiting for the LG web OS ideally SJ models to drop but HEAT

Not a very good picture quality mind you - but cheap.
Heat? I guess for this price
I personally would pay slightly more for HDR, better blacks and local dimming.

No HDR?
Obviously this is a great price - but for me, HDR is a more important change to the experience than 4K.

RagingAvatar2 h, 19 m ago

No HDR?Obviously this is a great price - but for me, HDR is a more …No HDR?Obviously this is a great price - but for me, HDR is a more important change to the experience than 4K.



See a lot of people say that, but sub-£1000 you'd still be getting an 8bit panel anyways, so you're not really getting genuine HDR - you're getting a best effort approach to it without the appropriate hardware to deliver it.

It's the HDReady garbage all over again.

Banned

This or wait till Friday for a better deal on a cheap 55er?

GeeTee2661 h, 8 m ago

This or wait till Friday for a better deal on a cheap 55er?

I'm on the same page.lol

Vestel 55u5766db

FlahertyDeals14 h, 11 m ago

Great price for entry spec 55 4k. Personally I'm waiting for the LG web OS …Great price for entry spec 55 4k. Personally I'm waiting for the LG web OS ideally SJ models to drop but HEAT


hotukdeals.com/dea…706

£494.10 for 55" LG 4K TV

adamck4 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-55uj635v-55-inch-smart-4k-ultra-hd-tv-with-hdr-at-argos-for-549-49410-with-code-2830706#comment-32470789£494.10 for 55" LG 4K TV


Thanks you . Just found an excellent site that shows vouchers also.
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Fancy the silver and moon stand

Hoping for an SJ model miracle on Friday

Looks well stylish I wonder if I can cancel my other TV order

GeeTee26621st Nov

This or wait till Friday for a better deal on a cheap 55er?


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Poor viewing angle. Dim backlighting. Tv restarts itself frequently. I paid 388 inc vat at costco. Took it back . You get what you pay for.

Heat, good price for that screen size
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