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LG OLED55E6V OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Harman / Kardon Soundbar Stand, Picture-On-Glass Design & 2 x 3D Glasses, UHD Premium @ John Lewis (Online) for £699.50
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Seems like a decent price, even though it's an older generation OLED. Well reviewed ( here , here and here ) when it came out mid to late 2016. Obviously the bonus of Mr Lew… Read more
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So having just been to Currys to have a browse my heart was on the oled b7 but the q led sat next to it for 1299 looks so more vibrant ? Decisions !!
cyclonus1020 h, 37 m ago

You are missing the point. People are experiencing issues from day to day …You are missing the point. People are experiencing issues from day to day use, not just the extreme tests they are running in the 1st link. The 2nd run of tests will be the most useful as it features six C7's running day to day tests.Some people paid £2500+ for the B/C6 and after a year of normal usage they have issues.Most not aware that it is the tech itself that makes screen burn an issue. There are ways to reduce the chance of it ever happening which is what a lot of these people would have liked to have known before they made the purchase.I understand why LG would never want to make a big song and dance about a guide which lessens the chance of screen burn, as it could hit sales.I recommended the B7 to my mate after he saw it in Curry's for £1350 just before xmas, I got a bit of info from him as to his daily usage, he wanted the best gaming TV. He only games 3-5 hours at a time.I explained everything I learned from OLED research, pros and cons from various sources and let him make the final decision.I sold him my Panasonic UT-50 plasma 2 years ago for £100 when I went 4k.It's still running perfectly after 6-7 years but when I went the plasma route you bet I researched the hell out of the model and the plasma tech itself before making the purchase.I miss the blacks of my plasma, was the first thing I noticed when I switched on my new TV.So you can imagine I would so love to get on board the OLED train but my gaming usage at times makes it an expensive gamble.


Not missing the point, but I have an LG OLED that's a year older than this range and haven't seen a single problem.

I came to OLED from a Panasonic Viera plasma which I loved due to black levels but the OLED is way better. I used to get some image retention on the Plasma - like seeing a DOG or similar for a few minutes after changing channel, or stopping gaming - but have never seen anything on the OLED and viewing hours are longer now due to two growing kids using it more in the day time. I never saw screen burn on either my Plasma or my OLED, but I did see "demo" TVs with some screen burn. Not the case with OLED, never seen a fault in person.
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Paid £2100 for this TV last year! It's a stunning TV.
ro53ben58 m ago

Worth pointing out though, kudos to the guys doing these tests - even if …Worth pointing out though, kudos to the guys doing these tests - even if they are utterly unrealistic. They show quite clearly that the non-OLED screens have very uneven brightness on day one. Dark, corners on most of the images and totally awful.Would you want a screen that might have screen burn one day, if you abuse it? Or one that is rubbish on day one?


You are missing the point. People are experiencing issues from day to day use, not just the extreme tests they are running in the 1st link. The 2nd run of tests will be the most useful as it features six C7's running day to day tests.

Some people paid £2500+ for the B/C6 and after a year of normal usage they have issues.

Most not aware that it is the tech itself that makes screen burn an issue. There are ways to reduce the chance of it ever happening which is what a lot of these people would have liked to have known before they made the purchase.

I understand why LG would never want to make a big song and dance about a guide which lessens the chance of screen burn, as it could hit sales.

I recommended the B7 to my mate after he saw it in Curry's for £1350 just before xmas, I got a bit of info from him as to his daily usage, he wanted the best gaming TV. He only games 3-5 hours at a time.

I explained everything I learned from OLED research, pros and cons from various sources and let him make the final decision.

I sold him my Panasonic UT-50 plasma 2 years ago for £100 when I went 4k.

It's still running perfectly after 6-7 years but when I went the plasma route you bet I researched the hell out of the model and the plasma tech itself before making the purchase.

I miss the blacks of my plasma, was the first thing I noticed when I switched on my new TV.

So you can imagine I would so love to get on board the OLED train but my gaming usage at times makes it an expensive gamble.
cyclonus1014 h, 17 m ago

https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/permanent-image-retention-burn-in-lcd-oledhttps://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/real-life-oled-burn-in-testIts no myth.


Worth pointing out though, kudos to the guys doing these tests - even if they are utterly unrealistic. They show quite clearly that the non-OLED screens have very uneven brightness on day one. Dark, corners on most of the images and totally awful.

Would you want a screen that might have screen burn one day, if you abuse it? Or one that is rubbish on day one?
Original Xiaomi VR Virtual Reality 3D Glasses delivered at Gearbest for £9.79
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I am in the market for a cheap VR headset. Came across this and another Chinese brand. Not sure about the quality of these.
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shoomshoom

If anyone cares, I went for this one for £4.99 - cheap and local


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If anyone cares, I went for this one for £4.99 - cheap and local
shoomshoom

Just once? That bad, eh?


Yeah it was quite a poor experience..... put it back in the box and now its hiding somewhere.
these arent very good
i bought the bobo z4 as recommended on here. it was a totally different experience.
i would recommend buy bobo z4 or dont bother with these
shoomshoom

Just once? That bad, eh?


That's general VR stuff though. I tried google cardboard with my 2560x1440 OLED smartphone and could really see the screen door effect. It was distracting when trying to read text.
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Latest Summer Look Cool with these Passive 3D Glasses £3.50 Delivered @ Sky
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Luv the pic Op have some Heat


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fizzervbf

Heat for the pic ❤ bubbs.


Heat for the pic ❤ bubbs.
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LG 55EG960V Curved 4K OLED with 2x 3D Glasses £849.50 - John Lewis
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Think its the cheapest oled around??? LG 55EG960V Curved 4K Ultra HD OLED 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD, Built-In Wi-Fi, Harman/kardon Audio & 2x 3D Glasses
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stephenashforth

Yes, but this was an OLED 4k so totally implausible at this price.



Does seem to be, "too good to be true."
zzak

And...... 'its not particularly implausible'



Yes, but this was an OLED 4k so totally implausible at this price.
tempt

Keep refreshing, it'll come back on stock sporadically. I just grabbed … Keep refreshing, it'll come back on stock sporadically. I just grabbed one. Cheers OP.


Yeh, sure you did! Pmsl
mattbrownie

And..............................................



And...... 'its not particularly implausible'
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Only managed to get 5..
John Lewis Croydon 55" LG E6 OLED TV. No box. No 3D Glasses - instore only - £1379.99
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I found out about this TV while speaking to an LG rep in Curries (of all places). I haven't seen this TV but I phoned up John Lewis and apparently it has a 2.5cm crack at the back … Read more
paulday

Yep it is in pretty bad nick if its the same one i went there to try to … Yep it is in pretty bad nick if its the same one i went there to try to repair a couple of weeks ago. How they could accept a customer return back in that condition is beyond me.



Might have been a return due to the crack. Having followed the threads on AVForums, some peoples boxes have turned up in pretty poor condition. Although I think those were all from Currys.

Edited by: "Mentos" 18th Feb 2017
"Apparently there is a 65" version as well."

Is that also cracked? And what was the price on the 65"?
Apparently their 5 year guarantee won't include the screen!
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admando

Ok I just asked my dad and I quote:Yeah. Thanks for the tip but it didn't … Ok I just asked my dad and I quote:Yeah. Thanks for the tip but it didn't look very safe. The crack was only about nine inches across the top left corner of the support glass at the rear of the screen. But I didn't think it was worth the gamble. Annoying, they wouldn't send me a picture or tell me over the phone where the damage was. I guess they want it sold so not being very helpful remotely. Very unlike JL as you say.


Thanks for the reply. I hope to get up there to see it myself but in the mean time I am ending this thread although at -316 degrees and counting it's pretty much dead already LoL.
Ok I just asked my dad and I quote:

Yeah. Thanks for the tip but it didn't look very safe. The crack was only about nine inches across the top left corner of the support glass at the rear of the screen. But I didn't think it was worth the gamble. Annoying, they wouldn't send me a picture or tell me over the phone where the damage was.


I guess they want it sold so not being very helpful remotely. Very unlike JL as you say.
HowiseAcc 3D Glasses Virtual Reality White VR Box VR Case & Bluetooth remote £10.90 Prime or £15.65 non prime Sold by HowiseAcc and Fulfilled by Amazon
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This price is included with Prime free next day delivery, excellent value. Excellent Christmas gift for young children. HowiseAcc 3D Glasses Virtual Reality White VR Box VR Case … Read more
£17 now. I looking for good vr as well
Bought 15 at £10.95. Will flood them on eBay shortly. Cheers!
Great price
I have a note4. Would this item be any use to me
£17.60 now
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VR Insane Smartphone VR Headset with Capacitive Button, for 4.7"-6" Smartphones Sold by Premium Lifestyle and Fulfilled by Amazon. £6.99
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tom6195

what device you using it with pal?



​Samsung Galaxy S6
Reviews say the FOV (field of vision) on these is really low, about 70°. Even the cardboard ones have 90°.
gazza76

Got mine today. First experience of VR and for 7 quid I'm really … Got mine today. First experience of VR and for 7 quid I'm really impressed!



what device you using it with pal?
tom6195

Which one do you own?



​Bobovr 4 I think from memory
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hayleyb3

can this be used with a iphone 5s?


I think it's iPhone 6 and above
Hisense 58K700 LED 4K UHD 3D Smart TV, 58" with Freeview HD, Built-In Wi-Fi and 1x Pair Of Active 3D Glasses @ John lewis     Online Exclusive  £599.00
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The Hisense 58K321 is a 4K TV which offers a viewing experience like never before. Displaying, and boosting, a picture quality by up to four times that of Full HD, you’ll see every… Read more
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This is Back In Stock ,can someone make this Active
teerex

Oos. Don't think it's HDR



​it is, USB update
Marker

Great price and the JL peace of mind, hot.I got a 50" non-3D Hisense last … Great price and the JL peace of mind, hot.I got a 50" non-3D Hisense last year for only £200 less than this price and wish I'd gone bigger!The wife was wishing for bigger as well but that's a whole other topic...



​yeah she said
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Oos. Don't think it's HDR
LG 55EG960V Curved 4K Ultra HD OLED 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD, Built-In Wi-Fi, Harman/kardon Audio & 2x 3D Glasses £1699.00 John Lewis
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Baazinga

What do you mean 'over hdmi' - do you need a certain hdmi cable? Also … What do you mean 'over hdmi' - do you need a certain hdmi cable? Also would this still be top notch HDR?Ta



If your set was manufactured this year, it will come with HDMI 2.0a and full 10-bit HDR support. if it's an older model, contact LG support for a system board upgrade.
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ro53ben

Incorrect. This model has had HDR over HDMI since the January 2016 model … Incorrect. This model has had HDR over HDMI since the January 2016 model revision.



What do you mean 'over hdmi' - do you need a certain hdmi cable? Also would this still be top notch HDR?

Ta
timcorps1

No HDR via hdmi on this. Amazing tv but not future proof ...still coming … No HDR via hdmi on this. Amazing tv but not future proof ...still coming down in price as it was £1999 only 3 months ago. Probably because of the spec difference in the 2016 range



Incorrect. This model has had HDR over HDMI since the January 2016 model revision.
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superfamiking

I found it fantastic, I had a sony tv that developed a fault. It was 18 … I found it fantastic, I had a sony tv that developed a fault. It was 18 months old and they offered me a similar model as replacement (mine was no longer available) or a complete refund. Brilliant customer service and I would recommend them to anyone.



The reviews speak for themselves uk.trustpilot.com/rev…com
LG 55EG960V Curved 4K Ultra HD OLED 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD, Built-In Wi-Fi, Harman/kardon Audio & 2x 3D Glasses £1799.00 @ John Lewis
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Great Price, 5 Year JL Warranty The LG EG960V is the first of its kind. Boasting a 55” 4K OLED curved screen, the television delivers the highest resolution of picture quality wi… Read more
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This can't beat a UE65JS9000 for £899 as a hot deal. Not in a million years. But it is OLED. I bought the cheaper telly and a Sonos with the change.
Krinkle

Hmmm, curved TV...more of a gimmick than 3D TVs?


it is not of any gimmick at all, it is elegant, beautiful and if watched from the right distance you get the real angled benefit. If you keep too much distance, then no benefit at all and no sure what about your comments about 3d, because in my opinion it is always been great. 3d dying because is been abused, 3d glasses all day are not good at all for the eye. 3d is good for a good 3d bluray from time to time. On the top of that, there are too many non native 3d films in the market which have spoiled the real purpose of the 3d also charging too much money. Wrong not to build any 3d tv anymore, the passive 3d on a 4k tv seems to be superior than the active one as now can display full 1080p (same as active) plus the benefit of better brightness and much comfortable cheaper and lighter glasses.
Hasn't it got a kind of sweet spot so that viewing from the sides isn't too good?
Yoy dont notice the curve. Ive got the non 4K version and the picture is great.
Maz01

Wouldn't touch anything from John Lewis with a barge pole, the customer … Wouldn't touch anything from John Lewis with a barge pole, the customer service is very poor, it was amazing, good luck getting anything returned or replaced you've got more chance at Currys


agreed, not had amazing support myself, just look at the reviews on Trustpilot uk.trustpilot.com/rev…com
LG 55EG960V Curved 4K Ultra HD OLED 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD, Built-In Wi-Fi, Harman/kardon Audio & 2x 3D Glasses £1799 delivered @ John Lewis
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There is also now an on-board YouTube app.
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I'll try and give PC gaming a go at some point soon, although my 144hz monitor won't be a good comparator.

If the Wii U is ok, then Xbone and PS4 should be - it usually has a higher frame rate.
I still want to know what PC gaming and Xbox One/PS4 is like on this, especially fast motion games.
I plan on buying one of these to be used as a good all rounder - SD/HD TV, 4k where possible but a lot of gaming too. Can any owners confirm if they've played an Xbox One through one of these sets? I have a 42 inch LG now and the motion blur and lag was pretty bad when i got it. I spent days sorting the settings out and it's fine now, just wondering if the larger set/OLED technology is going to present an issue with this. If there's any fifa players specifically can you please speak up!

Worth mentioning my current set is a 2011 model, I'm hoping the technology has come a long way since.
Will be far better than you Samsung, can tell you that without testing.
Acer X112H 3000 Lumens HDMI Projector, DLP 3D Ready, 800 x 600 - Black, Refurb £129.99 @ Argos Ebay
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louiselouise

There is also a B-Grade refurb available with a 6 month Argos Guarantee, … There is also a B-Grade refurb available with a 6 month Argos Guarantee, not sure what the quality is like, though, for £111.99. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/331796569879£219.99 new at Argos currently http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4284248.htm



Did you order one of these in the end? Is it any good?
avoid 4K all the way.
chris8888

​i will doubt they did replace the bulb on it but if its a custemer r … ​i will doubt they did replace the bulb on it but if its a custemer return for no reason within 30 days there should be still planty life left as i don't think that someone used it for 24 hours a day for a month and then return it well lets hope not as I ordered one for my self



Did you get yours yet? if so how are they, you using it for movies etc?
ebaysniper

If these come with a new bulb fitted, then the price is well worth it.



​i will doubt they did replace the bulb on it but if its a custemer return for no reason within 30 days there should be still planty life left as i don't think that someone used it for 24 hours a day for a month and then return it well lets hope not as I ordered one for my self
Whilst we are on the topics of good value projectors, can anyone reccommend any brand new ones for a budget between £250-£300?
LG 55UF860V 4K Ultra-HD 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD, Built-In Wi-Fi, Harman/kardon Audio & 2x 3D Glasses - £749 @ John Lewis
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JL seemed to have matched the Selfridges deal!

Thanks for this info. I will get me some Passive 3D glasses plus some 3D … Thanks for this info. I will get me some Passive 3D glasses plus some 3D demo and will head to the Holborn Richer Sounds to try it out (that is if they do have physical in-store unit).



Richer are very good. Probably best to give them a phone and let them know what you want to look at in advance. Some stores don't have certain models on display as the stores are small.

Many wont do tests due to not having the 3D glasses at hand. Get some … Many wont do tests due to not having the 3D glasses at hand. Get some glasses from your local cinema and then go to Richer Sounds or John Lewis. Also take a USB stick loaded with 3D test content to minimise the amount of work the staff have to do.


Thanks for this info. I will get me some Passive 3D glasses plus some 3D demo and will head to the Holborn Richer Sounds to try it out (that is if they do have physical in-store unit).

Thanks for the reply, any idea where I can test this set (or even 850v)? … Thanks for the reply, any idea where I can test this set (or even 850v)? PC World in Tottenham Court Road told me they no longer do 3D test for any of their sets.



Many wont do tests due to not having the 3D glasses at hand. Get some glasses from your local cinema and then go to Richer Sounds or John Lewis. Also take a USB stick loaded with 3D test content to minimise the amount of work the staff have to do.

The 75% of the screen at your correct viewing angle is great. The … The 75% of the screen at your correct viewing angle is great. The remaining 25% is poor. I'd recommend you view things for yourself and get a few test images.


Thanks for the reply, any idea where I can test this set (or even 850v)?

PC World in Tottenham Court Road told me they no longer do 3D test for any of their sets.

I have heard so many different opinion regarding the 3D that I am not … I have heard so many different opinion regarding the 3D that I am not sure what to believe anymore.I have heard from some that if viewed directly, there's little to no presence of crosstalk at all, yet have I have seen some people say that it's really bad (entirely, or just the top and bottom areas) and apparently some have tried quite a few sets.So would you say it's generally great except the the top and bottom, which can't be helped even if watching the TV directly and not from an angle?I'd appreciate your opinion.



The 75% of the screen at your correct viewing angle is great. The remaining 25% is poor. I'd recommend you view things for yourself and get a few test images.
hisense 75 inch, 4K, Smart, Inc 3D  glasses - Only £2499.00 @ TESCO
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qwerta369

That's the problem with British wives, they just don't hold their value … That's the problem with British wives, they just don't hold their value due to appalling depreciation. Should have gone for a Japanese.


Good advice, once you've got past the import duties and poor user manuals they usually work out more reliable long term, much like my old Sony tv
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jayrichy

I bought the 59" for £640 3 weeks ago & the picture on that is … I bought the 59" for £640 3 weeks ago & the picture on that is fantastic,sound is good also. Makes my 3 Yr old Panasonic look pathetic. To be truthful you forget you're watching TV as you get immersed & even programs like great canal journeys become enjoyable.


Was it the 58" you bought? Just ordered one, did not see any 59".
£11.99 (Prime) £15.98 (Non Prime) - 2016 UMI BOX 3 3D Glasses VR Headset VR Glasses Virtual Reality with Adjustable Lenses/Magnet Trigger/Head Strap for 3D Movies/Games Compatible screen size 4-6 inch Sold by UMI DIGI and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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I see this around £40 now on amazon. I have setup a return
UEF

Felt like one of those 1980s 3D spaceship toys. Who managed to get this … Felt like one of those 1980s 3D spaceship toys. Who managed to get this onto the whatsapp news blast with very little heat at the time?



Yeah i agree, last time i get pulled into a thread that has heat for no reason
Felt like one of those 1980s 3D spaceship toys. Who managed to get this onto the whatsapp news blast with very little heat at the time?
Just got mine and gave it a quick go, well disappointed, literally looks like you are staring into a box, not immersive at all
Got it this morning been trying it for a few hours with an iPhone 6, video players are average and very fiddly to get right. Mobile VR Station is picky with video formats (mp4 only, no mkv) the google cardboard app is probably the best thing to take advantage of this, some cool experiences in there, a few of the games it recommends are alright too. I wasn't expecting much for £12 but yeah, you're getting what you paid for. Tried Gear VR a few months ago with a horror video which i thought was cool, would like to find that again. Hopefully it is on Youtube somewhere.

EDIT: I found that horror video, its on the app VRSE and its called Catatonic ... give it a go with headphones!!!
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RITECH Riem III VR 3D Glasses  -  BLACK AND SILVER £10.06 gearbest
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Got this off Amazon for £22! Is great though, comfy enough and allows for AR apps as it has the camera panel you can remove.
LG 55EC930V Curved OLED Full HD 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD, 2x 3D Glasses and 2x 3D Clip-on Glasses 5yr guarantee £1299 at John Lewis
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tonge77

Simply the best TV ever, astonishing picture.



Looks like you rate this tv then?
Simply the best TV ever, astonishing picture.
By the way if you live in the North East, I just saw this exact model of TV in Fenwicks in Newcastle for £1249 and they do 12 months 0% finance if anyone is interested but doesn't have the grand to drop straight away. I am still sitting wondering whether to go back and get one
Anthonis

£1k+ for a telly - something I will never understand....



​You once thought £2000+ for a Dell Alienware was good enough to post (_;)
rickj

Already owned ,got JL to price match marks electrical who had it for 1229 … Already owned ,got JL to price match marks electrical who had it for 1229 at the time.The curve is very slight to be honest .I returned a Samsung ue55 ju6510 4 k due to lack of content and poor smart features .Its a stunning looking TV with a little or no bezel but after owning a 4k decent brand v oled non 4k I have to be honest and say the OLED doesn't match the Samsung 4k picture quality



I was thinking of this exact purchase. Did you find the Samsung beat the LG at 1080p, being basically half its price?
LG 55EC930V Curved OLED Full HD 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD, 2x 3D Glasses and 2x 3D Clip-on Glasses £1299.00 @ John Lewis
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5 year guarantee, is it time to pop I must have 910v thou :(
Rossco0401

I have gone round the houses with 3 x 4k Televisions - 2 x Android TV (1 … I have gone round the houses with 3 x 4k Televisions - 2 x Android TV (1 x Sony Bravia KD55X85 - hated the OS - slow - buffy - kept resetting itself etc...) 1 x Philips 55PUT6400 55 Inch 4K UltraHD Smart Android TV - slow again - motion control awful - picture rubbish) - and finally Buy Samsung UE55JU6800 - the best of the initial 3 - but not great with my cinema receiver - arc not working properly and motion control not the best.Then spent a bit more to get this - I was a skeptic of the curved screen on paper - but in my house I can see no reflections and picture is awesome all sitting angles and the picture might be only Full HD - but - way better that the 3 4k TV's I tried, and I know from photography that resolution is not always the most important thing, so for my money - its a winner - until the 4K oled's come into price range........



How are you getting on with the ARC on the LG? Mine seems to be a bit flaky at times with handshake issues but could be due to my receiver. And yep agree with you about the picture, my Samsung 4k has been relegated to the bedroom
I have gone round the houses with 3 x 4k Televisions - 2 x Android TV (1 x Sony Bravia KD55X85 - hated the OS - slow - buffy - kept resetting itself etc...) 1 x Philips 55PUT6400 55 Inch 4K UltraHD Smart Android TV - slow again - motion control awful - picture rubbish) - and finally Buy Samsung UE55JU6800 - the best of the initial 3 - but not great with my cinema receiver - arc not working properly and motion control not the best.


Then spent a bit more to get this - I was a skeptic of the curved screen on paper - but in my house I can see no reflections and picture is awesome all sitting angles and the picture might be only Full HD - but - way better that the 3 4k TV's I tried, and I know from photography that resolution is not always the most important thing, so for my money - its a winner - until the 4K oled's come into price range........
There's currently not much available on Amazon and a lot of the films are not included in the Prime subscription. Sky Q is expensive as it's just released but to be fair it is a big change up from the standard Sky system and is quite promising even not including the upcoming 4K content. Even standard Sky packages are expensive at full price.
I think 4K Blu Ray may be the game changer as not overly wowed by the current 4k streaming on Netflix so far
afroylnt

Quote from another website re sky 4k streaming service ;Customers who … Quote from another website re sky 4k streaming service ;Customers who already have Sky Broadband or Sky Sports or Sky Movies packages in place can get their hands on the basic 8-tuner Sky Q set-top box with 4K streaming for a £99 one-time installation cost and subsequent monthly payments of £42 for the subscription.So £500 p/yr for 4k streaming .. hhmmm.. let me think about it for considerably less than a nano second.. the answer is no....nadda... not happening..Could be a number of years before 4k is available at a low cost...


Amazon prime is 79 quid a year and includes 4k and HDR streaming.
afroylnt

Quote from another website re sky 4k streaming service ;Customers who … Quote from another website re sky 4k streaming service ;Customers who already have Sky Broadband or Sky Sports or Sky Movies packages in place can get their hands on the basic 8-tuner Sky Q set-top box with 4K streaming for a £99 one-time installation cost and subsequent monthly payments of £42 for the subscription.So £500 p/yr for 4k streaming .. hhmmm.. let me think about it for considerably less than a nano second.. the answer is no....nadda... not happening..Could be a number of years before 4k is available at a low cost...



I wonder how much of that 4k content will just be 1080p upscaled just like a lot of HD channels showed upscaled SD content.
RITECH Virtual Reality 3D Glasses Ⅱ £6.31 delivered (Possible £6.05 using code) @ Gearbest
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I recently ordered the 3D Virtual Reality Headset Phone 3D Glasses from gearbest i posted on here approx 3 weeks ago (see 1st comment for a quick review) and have been really surpr… Read more
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Really interested In trying one of these VR headsets.
Is it necessary to have a Bluetooth controller too or is it easy enough to use without?
I guess I could add a controller at a later date if wanted to?

And is this still the best buy for a 1st try of VR, or is there a better option at this price point now?

Thanks all!
Got mine today can anyone recomend any games/apps to use for it?
Thanks
Mine's only 4" (my phone I'm on about) and its a complete waste of time with this. No immersion whatsoever. Google cardboard is 10x better for people who only have a small one like me.

I might try and modify it so the screen sits closer to the lenses. Or i might just chuck it in the bin. We'll see..
Doesn't seem to be well suited for smaller screens (mine's only 4.8inch) as you can still see some of the phone frame while using it, ruining the immersion. I wish you could adjust it so the phone would be slightly closer to the lens, then it'd be perfect for my phone (the 3 settings don't fix this issue).

Regardless, for £6ish I shouldn't complain, it's a big improvement in comfort and build quality over the cheap cardboard one I bought last year.
Edited by: "DeejDan" 6th Feb 2016
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Can you use it with Samsung s5



​yes I use it with S5. works perfectly
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