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Samsung QE65QN800A (2021) Neo QLED HDR 2000 8K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65 inch with TVPlus/Freesat HD £2073.20 with code @ Richer Sounds
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Posted 1st OctPosted 1st Oct
Add all 3 Code's Separately to Save £700+ on Price SAMSNEOQLED20 SAMSXTRA150 FREEND20 Unleash the power of 8K resolution with Samsung's QN800A Neo QLED TV. See a beautiful 8K HD… Read more
notspicyhot

Hey Steve I posted 800+ hot TV deals! and got Various Brand's and Sizes of Tvs at home the Reason this was posted late on Friday nite was the other 65inch 4K NeoQled deal posted the Code was removed on Friday Afternoon if I wanted a 65inch NeoQled 8k TV with £700+ Saving 6 Year Guarantee and no Burn in Fears with one Connect box 4 Hdmi 2.1 Connections I would Buy this the 65inch 4k Version About £350 Cheaper (y)

stevelauren23

I've got a big window in the room and it lets in a lot of light, the TV that's in there at the moment is a 65" Sony that the previous owner of my house left and that's a nightmare on a sunny day I can barely see the screen if sat in certain places in the room. So maybe OLED isn't the best thing for me and I should get a Samsung. I'm also torn over whether to spend £3500ish on one, or £1500 on a cheaper one, and also whether to get a 65" or 75" (lol) . Tough decisions (lol) . Thank you for your answer though, I suppose there is no definitive answer it's more just what's right for the room.

AJ10

Well obsolete wasn’t right word but 8K was invented as an innovation but quickly became a gimmick. It has a lesser performance when trying to watch the same thing on some cheaper 4K TVs. So we don’t need it yet. Therefore it’s “dead” tech currently and should be ignored.

eddie.shaman

Gotcha, so not obsolete, just not currently financially appealing given the limited application. (y)

AJ10

I mentioned “currently.” By the time 8K becomes a thing, there will be much better performing TVs. So why waste money on a 8K now.

LG 65NANO956NA, 65 Inch NanoCell 8K Ultra HD Smart TV £949.99 delivered @ Costco (Members only)
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Posted 12th SepPosted 12th Sep
£300 off at checkout - 8K UHD NanoCell, with HDR10 Pro,HLG Pro,Dolby Vision IQ - α9 Gen3 AI 8K Processor - 40W Total Output, Dolby Atmos - 5 Year Warranty Included
Dekard97

No, a high quality OLED is far superior to this. You'd also have to be sitting about 4 feet from a 65 8K TV to see those extra pixels. That being said, there's no real 8K content and won't be for the foreseeable future either.

bailey87

casualgamer80

(lol) Of course not.

Smadmad

That Panasonic is a terrible comparison as it not a great TV. Compare this full array Nano to a VA fald. It will blow this TV away

Rowlers

I have both an a slightly older (3 yr old) LG mid range LED IPS panel TV and and a new Panasonic hx820 VA panel TV and the IPS is much better overall. Yes the blacks are not as dark as the VA panel on the IPS, but they're not bad at all and the brightness and contrast are so much better and the VA panel soon starts to grey out once you move even 1.5m off centre, so the picture is significantly worse than the LG.

LG 75NANO996NA 75" NanoCell 8K Smart Television - £1699 (5 Years parts & labour guarantee) @ Marks Electrical
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Posted 3rd SepPosted 3rd Sep
AI 8K Upscaling See It in Brilliant 8K Resolution Using deep learning algorithms, LG NanoCell 8K upscales 2K and 4K content into the most life-like 8K picture by enhancing detail a… Read more
Davejay81

...my Sony upscales everything to 4K unless of course it's already 4K lol. A nanocell 8K TV seems like it would look almost the same as a half decent FALD or OLED 4K tbh

james_daleyEnJ

meh

movva

Upscales 2k and 4k content to 8k.

jammiejam2k69

Good deal

james_daleyEnJ

It's crazy that 8k televisions are even available, when 4k content is still a dream to many people

Samsung QN800A Neo QLED 8K HDR 65" TV + 24" HDR smart TV £2249.25 +£300 cashback+5 year warranty via Samsung discount portal
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Posted 30th AugPosted 30th Aug
65” QN800A Neo QLED 8K HDR Smart TV (2021) QE65QN800ATXXU
joolsk

Ian looks like a a work place scheme they do but i can only find via a usa site, i have ordered the TV but using unidays which has given me the same price and deal,. thanks the OP cannot wait for what looks like a stunning tv set

Tony_DR

It's for upscaling 4K content at this point.

Tony_DR

True but inferior model.

Edged

The price cant be beat so heat from me.

Edged

It upscales 4k to 8k extremely well from what I've read if that's any help to anyone.

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Denon AVR-X2700H 8K AV Receiver £629 @ Premium Sound
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Posted 19th AugPosted 19th Aug
fantastic av Upgrade your home theatre with the Denon AVR-X2700H. With 150W per channel, this performance-tuned Denon AV receiver provides a truly immersive 3D audio experience thr… Read more
wakkaday

which is. a good avr to get with 2.1 denon or yamaha.. currnrltt have a denon older model so don't mind trying something different

hcc27

Same here mate. I can't even get decently large rear surrounds.

rincage

This thread reminded me to claim/order the box for the HDMI fix. Got e mail back today saying it will take a least 6 months to arrive. Taking the plss when they are selling the new version now without the bug. They should provide an exchange for the fixed version rather than wait 6 months.

ontheqt

Rs have Sony stock monday

rev6

It's a clean setup but something like that won't be that expensive.

LG 55NANO956NA 55" 2020 8K HDR NanoCell LED TV Smart Tv 5 Year Warranty £739 with code (UK Mainland) @ peter_tyson / ebay
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Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
LG 55NANO956NA 55" 2020 8K HDR NanoCell LED TV Smart Tv 5 Year Warranty £739 with code (UK Mainland) @ peter_tyson / ebay£739£7998% off Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
NanoCell Technology for enhanced colour & wider viewing angles Picture quality: TruMotion 100 HDR: Dolby Vision IQ / HDR10 / Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) 4K streaming Freeview HD / F… Read more
Stetec

8k bragging rights though :)

Masteryates

With some OLED only costing £850 brand new. Really hard to justify anything LCD.