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Humax HDR-1100S 1TB Freesat Smart TV Recorder - Black £153.30 (Maplin in store only)
LocalLocalFound 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Humax HDR-1100S 1TB Freesat Smart TV Recorder - Black Normally around £210. Plenty of info about this Freesat recorder online. These are available in store only. There are a limit… Read more
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Yeah...I was a bit sad that my local Mapins only had the 500GB version...but consoled myself that I can fit a 2TB HDD sometime down the line. Been using mine a couple of days and so far so good, registered for the 2 year warranty online no problem.


It's easy to upgrade these to an AV 2Tb drive... Seagate video drives or Western Digital drives are the best


Got one of these recently and it is very slick. The only caveat is that the DNS settings seem to be locked down and I can't get the box to connect to a VPN for US Netflix...


Big thanks OP. We bought one of the very first Humax Freesat Recorder boxes when the very first came out (Dec 2008??). Ten years (and several new remotes) later it's still going strong but I'm increasingly aware that sooner or later it's going to conk out on us and I've been looking for another one, at a decent price, for ages. We were in the pub when I read your post. I couldn't find the 1TB version close to me but Maplin in Basingstoke had one 500GB version in stock. So off we trot and yes, they do indeed have one last one on the shelf for £139.99. However the sign says £139.99 for the 1TB version which was incorrect, so they give my an extra 10% off. Bargain!! They said this was because it was an 'open box' item but it looks pristine to my eyes!

Panasonic 58DX802B  58" THX Certified 100Hz Active 3D, UHD 4K, HDR TV, Freesat and Soundbar £799 John Lewis
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Okay, it may getting on for nearly 2 years old but where can you find a THX Certified 58" 4k HDR, Active 3D, Twin Freesat, Twin Freeview/Play, 100Hz Native Panel for £800? The s… Read more
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Sold through I guess. Bookmark the outlet seller, they have some keen prices:


Care to provide a link please, can't see it


Yes received it. I am no picture expert but I think the picture is great in both sd and hd and I'm viewing from about 3-4m away so was patricularly surprised with the sd quality. Not seen any blur and doesnt look pixelated. Certainly a step up from my old plasma (pk590). The build quality is good plus remotes are nice quality pretty much as you'd expect from it's original 2016 rrp. I stripped the stand straight away and wall mounted but the stand was solid/nice looking. The soundbar is slim mounted to the wall below and sound quality is decent for it's size (certainly better than any built in sound I've heard). In terms of usability seems like a top quality set for freesat/freeview play/Netflix/Amazon video and got Deezer app which is good running through the soundbar (via my £1.84/month Philippines subscription!). Had to order a cheap hdd for pausing/recording as won't let me record to usb so can't comment on this yet. Overall very happy for my use. In terms of HDR I tried to show this off (to my wife) but couldn't find any source this is a bit if a gimmick for me. Glad I didn't let the 8bit+frc put me off! Sure by the time HDR content more standard/everyday use (I'm guessing 5 years) I'll be ready for a new set anyway...may be different if i had a ps4/xb1 or a decent internet connection :-) did you get one? Any tips for hdr content?


Did you end up getting it on Monday? If so what's your thoughts?


Going by previous posts of this TV I reckon it'll be at least a few months before it drops further.

Humax HB-1100S Freesat HD Receiver - £79 @ Tesco
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Save £20... Everywhere else for £90-£95
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Now showing at £93


Ah Nicely explained. Ta very much


A Sky Q Mk 4 LNB is encrypted to only work with a Sky Q box, whereas the old Sky+ LNB would work with both Sky+ and Freesat. You would need one of these, IF you have a Sky dish/LNB, or a Sky Q box installed in your home.


No biggy but ... wrong picture in the post .. this is a Humax HB 1100s .. heat added though .. good price


Its the HDR 1100s that has a hard drive built in but the HB 1100s you need your own externally usb 2.0 hard drive

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ElectriQ 55" 4K UHD OLED LG Panel Android HDR Smart TV With Freeview HD And Freesat - £899.99 @ Appliances Direct
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Seems a good price if on a low budget but want a oled

I haven't voted. Would be good to have a demo of the TV. Android is usually pretty terrible. And I wonder what things they've put in place to prevent/reduce the chance of image retention/burn in.


It seems like a bit of a deal to me anyway (shock)


ElectriQ and 1 year warranty.


Why's this going cold then?


I’ve not heard of this brand


What's the difference please? This one is more expensive but has way more heat though the comments don't seem to warrant it.


You are 100% right however for me don’t care that much about TV build quality as long as it is not falling apart when I touch it :-) More about quality of picture, sound and connectivity.


Well in a word yeah though I have no experience of that WD box. Me and Mrs Loyal only watch telly through the Q box and it's obviously fine, but whenever we go over to terrestrial or youview as it's called for my old dear who refuses point blank to try to use Sky it goes snail slow. Going in to Netflix and Prime through the telly's OS you will have sunk half your double Curio + Fever Tree Mediterranean by the time you got the content you want to view starting (annoyed) We always buy long term multi device Eset licences and they recently released a security product for Android televisions. Seeing we still had an unused device on it sitting there I installed the thing on the telly :| it's not made it any slower but it definitely ain't made it any quicker either. If you not bothered about the OS then yeah it's a decent enough telly at what is a real knockdown price now. I would have still probably wanted to go with a different manufacturer for our bedroom but all that sorry episode taking months to get the thing replaced after the thunder fly event has guaranteed I won't be buying a Sony for at least the medium term perhaps long term future.


And that is what I queried earlier. if I'm using a Sky Q box and a WD Media Player then really the OS is effectively being bypassed and should not make much difference. Is that what you find? if so then I'll get out and buy one.


Android on the Sony sets is poor but the xe90 is superior for HDR and the xe93 is in a different league entirely.

Humax Freesat HDR-1100S 500GB £62.65 @ Tesco instore
LocalLocalFound 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Humax Freesat HDR-1100S 500GB £62.65 @Tesco instore. Box has all terrestrial catch up services, and Netflix app, records, and has Freetime service. This is a clearance item seen i… Read more

Started with normal SKY and updated to Q, the engineer changed the dish, so presume I have the wrong LNB. Thanks for your help


Two questions - did you start with ordinary Sky or Sky Q? If you started with Sky Q you would almost certainly have the "wrong" LNB. If you started with normal Sky then changed to Q, did they change the dish and LNB? If they did then you would have the "wrong" LNB, if they did not then you would have the "right" LNB. To be honest, if you can access the dish then changing the LNB should be a doddle, the LNB should be fitted at a 15% skew but apart from that everything else should be set up. If you cannot do it yourself it should not be too expensive to get it done by an independent engineer.


It'll have likely 6 or 8 feeds, but no identifiers etc. Contact Sky saying their install borked your freesat box and you want it rectifying.


Damn, didn’t know this, didn’t ask for one, but is there any way of identifying if the engineer fitted one? No freesat box for me then, glad I read the comments before purchasing!!


Makes sense, would save money on costly TV transmitters and satellites. It's not really feesable for the BBC just yet, not everyone has the internet and open reaches speed is so low for some it wouldn't work, maybe a 4g or 5g IPTV box is the way forward.

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FREESAT RECORDER HDR-1100S 500GB BLACK (REFURBISHED) £125.10 Next Day Del - Humax Direct
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
£125.10 with code: BASKET10 and get free next day delivery. Yes it is refurbished but cheaper than any I could see on ebay or elsewhere. Please note this is a FREESAT (not freevie… Read more
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BASKET10 worked up to last week, it doesn't now. For info only.


Should be possible to watch 4 HD like this if you can put up with no EPG and fiddling.


Because of the 4HD together with their catch-up app being withdrawn, after many a year with my Humax Freesat PVR, I've just bought instead the FREEVIEW PLAY RECORDER FVP-4000T 500GB - MOCHA (REFURBISHED).


Really happy with my purchase. I love the "this channel is available in HD, press OK to watch" which was a bug bare of mine on Virgin and Sky. Picture quality is much better than my old Sky HD+ box, I'm impressed.


This code works on all refurb products currently up, I just checked. 🔥

Samsung UE55MU9000 Curved HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour & 360 Design, Ultra HD Certified, Silver
Found 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
Use voucher code MAR100 to receive £100 off. Witness a brighter, bolder world and discover exceptional Certified Ultra HD with our MU9000 Curved Dynamic Crystal Colour TV.With stri… Read more
01234 hope this help same link still live and only 5pound more only change is code


some tvs have different codes ie MAR50 and MAR20 and MAR100


Anyone know the criteria for the MAR100 on PRCDIRECT? Noticed it worked on some tv's and not others




This posted 1st feb didn't see it only 5 pound cheaper so no point for this when other deal still live

LG 49UJ630V 49 Inch Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD and Freesat HD 3 HDMI now £377.10 delivered with code @ AO Ebay (or 43" now £314.10 /  55" now £476.10)
Found 28th FebFound 28th Feb
Lowest price around for this wonderful 4K TV. Get 10% off with code P10AO and free delivery (y) Product Demo Video -- Experience the striking picture quality of the LG … Read more
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In the market for a TV myself and a decent amount of research suggests LG have the slickest interface and the picture is up there with the best, so I'll be very tempted when it comes to it. Had a Sony previously which I couldn't fault, but the current ones with android sounds like a bit of a let down on the smart/UI side of things. As for Samsung, had one also and the sound quality was terrible and the viewing angles equally bad, so that's enough to put me off them. Now just debating whether to hold out for OLED coming down in price a bit more?!


Honestly ...I purchased this from Very 55" model for £449 a few weeks ago and I must say it is incredible. I replace my Panasonic Viera 42" model with this and I have to say....I have no regrets whatsoever. The interface is about the best there is on the smart tv front I would say. Forget the people who have moved from Samsung to LG and their negative remarks...They are unfounded and Lets just say ....I moved from Panasonic to LG and considering that Panasonic is Among if not the best in the business. I have no regrets 8) I would never get a Samsung TV, The HUGE flaw with the TV s is no Freeview play which is quite incredible considering it is standard on all newer TVs (shame on Samsung) ,So on that point alone I would never buy this brand. I know it may not matter to most , but it matters to me. This tv has it all and its Excellent value..and I would have no hesitation in recommending this TV. Best Regards,


bought the 43UJ635v from Argos. Brought it back, didn't like the picture through HD channels. Bought a full HD sony, picture much sharper. Unless you have 4k content i wouldn't bother.


Does this telly have HDR


With the code?

LG 65UJ630V 65" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £749 @ Costco Instore & Online
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Includes 5 years warranty Specifications 10 bits (8 bits + FRC) HDMI Ports: 3 Resolution: 4K UHD (2160p) Brand: LG Screen Size: 65 inch Screen Technology: LED USB Ports: … Read more



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batista selling it for £1049…BwE for online shopping there are no qualifications, however there is a £15 fee, worth it on something like this where you are saving a lot of money from the next best option and getting a 5 year warranty 3 x HDMI 2 x USB Internet Ready W 147.1 x H 91.5 x D 25.5 cm (with stand) 4K Ultra HD for more specs refer to website


You are welcome

LG 55UJ630V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR, Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play TV - Black (2017 Model) [Energy Class A] now only £469 delivered with code @
Found 10th FebFound 10th Feb
Thought I would generously share this offer since AO has just reduced this TV by £30 but I believe you can use the discount code 30OFF55TV which will give you another £30 off for… Read more
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This looks like the price has gone up to £579 now.


Thankyou , much appreciated


Yeah, the surprising thing for me is that there aren't movies available to stream on 4K on Netflix - so really just Netflix and Amazon series and a few made-for-TV movies. I believe Sky Q has Ultra HD movies and sport but don't know whether this is just some content. In my opinion, unless you're sitting close to the TV, it's not THAT much better than 1080 HD - probably would be on bigger sizes though.. Finally worth mentioning the sound is excellent on this TV - packs a punch without any distortion.


Same here. I've got a 5yo Samsung 3d smart TV but I don't think there's enough 4k content around at the moment to justify an upgrade.. In saying that, I'd love to get an LG B7 Oled :)


Thanks so much! Would you say that the whole 4K "thing" has only been relevant to Netflix then? I am a real newbie to this....and don't know whether it is a worthwhile upgrade from my 5 year old LG, 49" HD tv?

Panasonic TX-50EX750B 50" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD with HDR Pro TV £799 Delivered with code @
Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
Cracking telly, and this seems to be the cheapest around using the below code! Use code ' 30OFF699TV ' at checkout to receive discounted price! Key Features Certified 4K Ul… Read more
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Looks like Hughes just dropped their prices, listed price is £829 so after sc55 code it's going to be £774. Surely a better deal than AO?


I'm not a Sony fanboy. I just like getting the best for my money, where you clearly don't. You can't compare a phone to a television, e tirely different production arms! I've had a Sony TV in my spare room for 5 years with a grand total of 0 problems, hardly unreliable? The article you linked is for the 65 inch model, which could be totally different, doesn't say it's 10 bit or 8+frc so you still haven't proved your false point and the article even states the mu7000 or Sony xe90 is better, so... What was your point exactly? That i was right???, as you can see it's been given 4 stars, here is the Sony review.. I rest my case. Enjoy your Panasonic (:I



I'm not comparing phones I am stating how unreliable Sony technology is! It's 10 bit. Not arguing with a Sony fanboy. Go argue with yourself in a locked room or summin


where have you seen sony and Samsung are most returned?

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
Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
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 !!


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.


Paid £2100 for this TV last year! It's a stunning TV.


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.


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?

:O Whatt??? Samsung UE75KS8000 75 inch 4K QDot Freeview/Freesat HD REFURB Richer Sounds Clearance online £1.4k
Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
(shock) Would be mine if I had the money so wouldn't need the projector anymore. Could be price error next best is 'New (Other)' on eBay for 3.2k+ 1yr warranty inc.





I wouldn't want to spend £1400 on a repaired tv with only a years warranty.


Lucky guy who ever bought it



lg 49UJ630V 49" Freeview Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black £369 with code at
Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
USE CODE AOSNOWDEC Key Features 4K Ultra HD with upscaling - incredible picture quality HDR with streaming - enjoy lifelike colours & contrast Smart TV - catch up, mo… Read more

Code does not work, probably expired December as it has "DEC" at the end


Code doesn't work




What's the code


better than wobbly stands

LG 65SJ850V 65" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £1192.90 -  Appliance Electronics
Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
Best price for this right now, and a decent tv. Key Features 4K Ultra HD with upscaling - incredible picture quality HDR expands colours & contrast for a lifelike picture … Read more

I just bought it 2 weeks ago, overall very impressed, but i hate the light bleed around the bezel, it kinda annoying. But it's not visible when watching movies or gaming. Ive got the PS4 Pro hooked up and its awesome. Netflix on 4k and Dolby vision is crystal clear. Webos it top, aswell as the magic remote. I got it from for £1249 including a £40 discount.


Unfortunately I cant help with the calibration, maybe that guys at the avforums website can?. Do you have this tv? If you do, what do you think of it?


Anybody got some calibration tips for this panel


Great TV for the money, non-RGBW too for anyone that's worried.


Price went up today it looks like.

Samsung UE55MU7000 HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD bundle with Samsung HW-MS750 Bluetooth Wi-Fi All-In-One Sound Bar and Claim 10 UHD films via online registration​ £1398.99 @ John Lewis
Found 30th Dec 2017Found 30th Dec 2017
Samsung UE55MU7000 HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour & 360 Design, Silver, Ultra HD Certified bundled with Save up to £200.00 … Read more

mro2011: 749 on PRC (so not far off half this price and 200 back on Samsung soundbars). They mention Euronics so does this mean it’s 749 in Euronics aswell? I am guessing JL done this deal to stop people price matching?!? Still worth trying JL to price match Just TV price from PRC or Euronics. Gone down again was £798 at time of posting. PRC is still the better deal if you want the package as you get the free £500 sub too (plus the £200 cash back) unless you get JL to try and match that as well. I wonder seen as you also get the sub Samsung will do the £200 cash back on that, doubt it but if it's on the receipt. If they do that's £400 off the total. So £1148 lot less than JL plus a free sub.


749 on PRC (so not far off half this price and 200 back on Samsung soundbars). They mention Euronics so does this mean it’s 749 in Euronics aswell? I am guessing JL done this deal to stop people price matching?!? Still worth trying JL to price match Just TV price from PRC or Euronics.


Way better choices out there for sound at 700 quid


Plus £600-£700 for the soundbar


Freezing can get a 55mu9000 for 899 on its own.

Samsung UE55MU6400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD + 10 UHD FREE film rentals £599 @ John Lewis in del and 5 yr warranty
Found 24th Dec 2017Found 24th Dec 2017
Samsung UE55MU6400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD & Active Crystal Colour, Silver, Ultra HD Certified Marvel at the glorious, colour-rich detail of the … Read more
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No Smartthings support and no google home support....just bought this too.


I was using my mobile so it didnt display properly. Having looked on my PC I can see any 4K TV that does more than 60Hz refresh rate is around £750+. Thats out of my budget so guess I'll have to stick with 60Hz and the motion blur/judder




According to that website their are no 55" 4k tv that does more than 60hz refresh rate :/

prahseel or anywhere else that show specs for this tv.

Samsung UE40MU6400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 40" with TVPlus/Freesat HD & Active Crystal Colour, Silver £389 at  John Lewis
Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
£429 on the website, price matched in Cardiff store with Crampton and Moore - staff had no obligations for price match and said they are a main competitor.
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Bought this on Saturday for £368 - they price matched with Tesco Direct. Brent Cross store


I received mine yesterday. Unfortunately it has a kind of ripple effect with some shadowing at the bottom of the panel which is visible on lighter content so I might have to return it for a replacement. Not bought from John Lewis before, so I'm not even sure how getting replacements work with them. ;(


JL agreed a price match for me yesterday on this - at £379! Perfect :)


Is this real 10bit?


Must say, from what I've seen recently I will agree that QC at Samsung and even LG has nose dived in the last couple of years, especially on their cheaper to mid range sets. They'll use that within tolerances touch to wriggle out of as much as they can but that said, if you do get an engineer visit chances are they'll say its a fault and replace the panel as they're usually independent and it means more work for them - not that I would even consider a repair on a TV with light bleed that bad out of the box.

Found 14th Dec 2017Found 14th Dec 2017
Condition: New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging is ... Read more Dimensions:77.4cm(H) 134.4cm(W) 6.4cm(D)Power Cabl… Read more
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£899 at co-op using CTV50 code... cold for fake 4k panel at this price anyway


£1000 and it can't even show a 4k image

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