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LG 65UJ630V 65" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £749 @ Costco Warehouse
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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
omz898 h, 53 m ago

annoying no 3D anymore


Panasonic still do a 3D TV we've just got one TX58ex750b...
Cold..It’s not OLVDO
I have one and wish never bought it. The tv guide is so slow. The channel arrangement is a pain as when update comes out you have to sit and 're order channels..
Picture is good however.
omz891 h, 11 m ago

annoying no 3D anymore


But do you often watch 3D? I had a 3D Samsung for about 4 years and maybe watched 1 or 2 films on it when I first got it. Now Sky no longer do a 3D channel there isn't a huge amount of content out there. I think TVs are just a bit too small to make it seem immersive enough in 3D IMO, even at this size. Just got a 4K tv so at least I can enjoy this fad before it moves on to the next big thing lol.
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 @ AO.com
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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.
BHOY5610th Feb

Spec comparison: …Spec comparison: https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/dc373a28d


Thankyou , much appreciated
MBCH14 h, 30 m ago

Thanks so much! Would you say that the whole 4K "thing" has only been …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?


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.
Oh and the smart TV apps are excellent too - very slick and Netflix looks amazing
MBCH11 h, 8 m ago

Tempted! Anyone own this TV please?


Lots of people saying on other deals it’s only 2.8k - I have a LG TV 4K HDR and I love it - was really impressed in the store and even happier when I got it home - Harden Kardon sound on mine is spot on as well not sure if this one has that or the magic remote - personally happy with any remote and if you need better sound always can get a sound bar
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 @ AO.com
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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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pavel7626th Jan

Cold ...£794 at Hughes with sc55 code and 5 years warranty



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?

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Fluffy_bandit1st Feb

I'm not comparing phones I am stating how unreliable Sony technology …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


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..

trustedreviews.com/rev…005

I rest my case. Enjoy your Panasonic
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
Fluffy_bandit11 h, 12 m ago

Sony and Samsung are the most returned TV'S you cannot beat panny build …Sony and Samsung are the most returned TV'S you cannot beat panny build quality.Look over on AV forums at what many are saying. My EX750 is an awesome TV.Think someone may be getting mixed up with the EX700 or the 2016 DX model.



where have you seen sony and Samsung are most returned?
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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?
:O Whatt??? Samsung UE75KS8000 75 inch 4K QDot Freeview/Freesat HD REFURB Richer Sounds Clearance online £1.4k
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(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.
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Bilbo196855 m ago

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


True
boboz211 h, 12 m ago

Lucky guy who ever bought it


I wouldn't want to spend £1400 on a repaired tv with only a years warranty.
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Lucky guy who ever bought it
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lg 49UJ630V 49" Freeview Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black £369 with code at ao.com
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buddn072 m ago

Not a fan of these TVs with legs rather than a stand.Decent price though.


better than wobbly stands
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LG 65SJ850V 65" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £1192.90 -  Appliance Electronics
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poisondwarf1 h, 34 m ago

Unfortunately I cant help with the calibration, maybe that guys at the …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?


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 ao.com for £1249 including a £40 discount.
DemdemMandem21 h, 42 m ago

Anybody got some calibration tips for this panel



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.
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MIDURIX44 m ago

Great price.Edit: it's £1249 or am I missing something?


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
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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.
caverncity2 h, 22 m ago

Best if you checked first before posting, the package above via the link …Best if you checked first before posting, the package above via the link you provided is Grand Total £1,596.99. TV is £798 it's gone up. @melv1978 with PRC you also get a free wireless sub worth £499


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.
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caverncity7 m ago

Plus £600-£700 for the soundbar


Way better choices out there for sound at 700 quid
moneybanks144 m ago

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


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
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prahseel12 h, 52 m ago

Erm... https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/c85dcc7



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
elrasho1 h, 34 m ago

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


Erm... displayspecifications.com/en/…cc7
prahseel3 h, 6 m ago

Displayspecifications.com or anywhere else that show specs for this tv.


According to that website their are no 55" 4k tv that does more than 60hz refresh rate
Samsung UE40MU6400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 40" with TVPlus/Freesat HD & Active Crystal Colour, Silver £389 at  John Lewis
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£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
benwolves7 h, 47 m ago

Received mine price matched from JL today. Does anyone know what size …Received mine price matched from JL today. Does anyone know what size screw to mount a wall bracket? It says m8 45mm in manual which I am about to go and purchase, but the holes are two different depths on the back of the tv? Confused, any help appreciated.


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.
LG 60UJ750V 60" SMART TV 4K ULTRA HD FREEVIEW AND HD FREESAT £999 DELIVERED @ AO.COM
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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
Samsung UE49MU7000 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £689 (with code) @ John Lewis & Co-Op Electrical
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g7paul14 h, 30 m ago

The trouble is £800 does get you a good tv with limitations. £1100 led w …The trouble is £800 does get you a good tv with limitations. £1100 led would buy a great led. Sony is good, however my android interface Is not good. The TVs randomly reboot etc... so I am put off from it. LG Nano cell Tv’s have deep blacks issue and needs to be in a bright lit room. At The end of the day look at where you tv is placed and whether the room is well lit ? The Samsung can show white at slight viewing angles, and slight judder which can be a issue. I went for it as our seating arrangements are straight in front of tv. However I am open to a great deal, hence My mu7000 purchased yesterday (richer sounds £799) is still sealed. I hope this helped.


I'm going to go for the LG 49SJ800V I think Paul. £599. And it's for a games room/bedroom to replace my HD Panasonic. It is always well lit unless it's night and the lights are turned off on purpose to watch a film haha. I guess no matter what you choose in the mid range tier, there's going to be limitations. You get what you pay for and if you think the OLED's can be a few thousand, you have to accept the downgrade obviously. But replacing what is just a standard HD TV, I don't think I can go wrong with either the LG 800v or Samsung MU7000, especially as I'll be gaming primarily and I've heard the input lag is pretty low.
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andy90_wfc12 h, 9 m ago

So what I'm confused about is... do I upgrade my HD TV just for the 4K, …So what I'm confused about is... do I upgrade my HD TV just for the 4K, forget all about HDR until the upgrade after this one and save myself £200+. Or do I pay extra for this MU7000 which offers fairly basic HDR, but an entry level experience none the less. And I have to say it was easily one of the best looking screens I seen at Curry's in this price range (that was the 7070 but I've heard it's exactly the same picture quality).Really not sure





The trouble is £800 does get you a good tv with limitations. £1100 led would buy a great led. Sony is good, however my android interface Is not good. The TVs randomly reboot etc... so I am put off from it.
LG Nano cell Tv’s have deep blacks issue and needs to be in a bright lit room.
At The end of the day look at where you tv is placed and whether the room is well lit ? The Samsung can show white at slight viewing angles, and slight judder which can be a issue. I went for it as our seating arrangements are straight in front of tv.
However I am open to a great deal, hence My mu7000 purchased yesterday (richer sounds £799) is still sealed.
I hope this helped.
So what I'm confused about is... do I upgrade my HD TV just for the 4K, forget all about HDR until the upgrade after this one and save myself £200+.

Or do I pay extra for this MU7000 which offers fairly basic HDR, but an entry level experience none the less. And I have to say it was easily one of the best looking screens I seen at Curry's in this price range (that was the 7070 but I've heard it's exactly the same picture quality).

Really not sure
EndlessWaves12 m ago

Only if the TV can brighten the backlight in a small enough area to put it …Only if the TV can brighten the backlight in a small enough area to put it on screen without causing excessive haloing. HDR is about increasing the brightness of highlights (glints off metal, light sources, fire etc.) to give more contrast rather than brightening the whole picture The MU7000 isn't brilliant at that aspect, that's what I meant about the local dimming system not being very capable. Rtings found it hit 417cd/m² on the light sources in it's test scene.It's probably the best thing for the money for sub-55", the main question is whether it's worth the extra over slightly cheaper TVs without local dimming. Although it's getting pretty close in price now so it's certainly a lot more convincing candidate than it was a month or two ago.


Just been having a read of another website.

"You shouldn’t expect the kind of eye-popping HDR spectacle produced on TVs at twice the price, though. Peak brightness came in at 560cd/m² after we’d calibrated the TV, and while that’s less than half that of the best sets, it’s the kind of ballpark figure you should expect at this price point.

19ms in 4K HDR, which makes it an excellent choice for playing reflex-based games.

An extra £420 (over the Hisense 6800) isn't an inconsiderable bump in price, but be in no doubt: it guarantees dramatically better performance across the board, thanks to the Samsung’s 120Hz panel, great SDR image quality, decent HDR performance, and low input lag. 

Whatever you decide, we can confidently state that the Samsung MU7000 is one of the best all-round TVs you’re going to find for £1,000."
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LG 43UJ630V 43 Inch Smart LED 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD and Freesat HD TV 3 HDMI @ COOP EBAY for £349
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Best price availiable right now, £20 automatically reduced upon checkout.
garyjewula112 h, 2 m ago

Seems like a good price! Anyone got one and would recommend?


Bought one & then returned it. Brilliant picture IF you're gonna just sit right in front of the TV, in line with the height of the TV. Rubbish picture if you're gonna mount it on a wall & view it from any other angle other than right in front. Also found the TV quite dimly lit & little bit of motion blur at times on 4k content.
Ajeeth5 h, 6 m ago

Hi Chris..many people complained about this is RGBW structure. Did you …Hi Chris..many people complained about this is RGBW structure. Did you feel it?. How is the experience on normal SD channels?. Very confused to go for it or not.



there's always one.....
pavel764 h, 15 m ago

Only £20 more at Richersounds with 6 year warranty


Same price at Amazon with 5 years.
Ajeeth44 m ago

Hi Chris..many people complained about this is RGBW structure. Did you …Hi Chris..many people complained about this is RGBW structure. Did you feel it?. How is the experience on normal SD channels?. Very confused to go for it or not.


If I’m honest, I’ve no idea what RGBW structure is 😳 It was the 670V I bought. I bought this as a 2nd tv. For gaming and catch up tv. The picture quality is great. But, that’s watching streamed tv. Sound quality is really good for a flat screen too. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help.
Only £20 more at Richersounds with 6 year warranty
LG 55UJ630V 55" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black £549 (£509 with code) @ AO
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Update 14/11: Now £509 with code BFTV40 (Black Friday tv code) Similar price has been on offer before at amazon and others. 49" Version for £449
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@beret4breakfast updating the thread with the new price as AO have got a code running

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£30 more at Richersounds with 6 year warranty if you really want this tv
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Same price as Curry’s then
43 Inch Smart Ultra HD 4K LED TV with webOS 3.5, Freeview HD and Freesat HD & Built-In Wi-Fi - £389 with code @ RGB Direct
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I was looking for Tv prices and I just found this one so maybe someone needs it. £399 but £10 off with SPORTS10
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hairyboxxox10th Nov

You are quite welcome to offer alternative reviews I picked one at random. …You are quite welcome to offer alternative reviews I picked one at random. As to its editorial content I would direct that at the site..


Read my review, in the description of this deal... Do NOT buy this tv, unless you're gonna sit right in front of it & in line.
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MattP792 h, 24 m ago

I think your aversion to RBGW panel TVs is ideological. According to the …I think your aversion to RBGW panel TVs is ideological. According to the review of the US equivalent models on Rtings, where the RGBW issue is highlighted with examples, the most likely occasion when RGBW will be noticed is when the TV is used as a monitor for a computer. Even then, the RGBW issue is very specific to small text on a dark background and not a general issue. The review is generally positive and there are TVs with worse picture quality using non RGBW panels.

Sorry I really disagree. I have stood in front of a LG RGBW panel TV and compared it to native 4k panel Tv's, within the same price range. You can see a clear lack of detail on the LG set with clouding within the colour. So the problem is far deeper then text on a dark background.
Smadmad49 m ago

Picture quality has to be the first thing anyone looks for in a TV, the UI …Picture quality has to be the first thing anyone looks for in a TV, the UI and WebOS come in a very distant second. The fact a RGBW panel affects picture quality quite substantially makes it a bad TV


I think your aversion to RBGW panel TVs is ideological. According to the review of the US equivalent models on Rtings, where the RGBW issue is highlighted with examples, the most likely occasion when RGBW will be noticed is when the TV is used as a monitor for a computer. Even then, the RGBW issue is very specific to small text on a dark background and not a general issue. The review is generally positive and there are TVs with worse picture quality using non RGBW panels.
MattP799 m ago

I don't think the use of an RGBW panel is defining of whether a TV is good …I don't think the use of an RGBW panel is defining of whether a TV is good or bad. Since LG Display supply panels to Samsung there may be a lot more RGBW TVs next year. Subjectively the RGBW panel will look perfect to the majority of people. The primary detail most will notice is the UI - and WebOS is good.Fwiw - £369 at Richer Sounds - https://www.richersounds.com/tv-projectors/4k-ultra-hd-tvs/lg-43-inch-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-smart-led-tv-freeview-play.html

Picture quality has to be the first thing anyone looks for in a TV, the UI and WebOS come in a very distant second. The fact a RGBW panel affects picture quality quite substantially makes it a bad TV
Smadmad11 h, 31 m ago

No need. For a start it repeats itself a few times.It offers the advice …No need. For a start it repeats itself a few times.It offers the advice that it doesnt compare to a oled on numerous occasions . No sh*t Sherlock.On top of the fact it praises a TV that's a RGBW.I don't care how cheap it is, it's a terrible TV


I don't think the use of an RGBW panel is defining of whether a TV is good or bad. Since LG Display supply panels to Samsung there may be a lot more RGBW TVs next year. Subjectively the RGBW panel will look perfect to the majority of people. The primary detail most will notice is the UI - and WebOS is good.

Fwiw - £369 at Richer Sounds - richersounds.com/tv-…tml
Humax HDR-1100S 500GB Freesat recorder £176 plus 1000 Clubcard points @ Tesco (Free C&C)
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Bit of a one off investment but so much cheaper in the long run than Sky (unless you want Sky Sports) A couple of quid cheaper than in other places but the 1000 Clubcard points co… Read more
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... At the time I couldn't see anything on the market that was better for my situation which was wanting as much free UK TV as possible in my house which has crappy TV signal but an existing Sky dish.
I have two of these. They're OK. I have got used to them and I have saved a fortune since not having Sky. The worst thing is the amount of time they take to come on. I feel that Humax are still investing in them as there have been a few updates in the year I have had them.
DonDraper7 h, 29 m ago

Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't Humax's lack of development of Freesat …Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't Humax's lack of development of Freesat recorders down to the gradual demise of the satellite TV market generally. I imagine that most Freesat boxes will have been bought to make use of redundant Sky dishes, but now with Sky moving over to streamed TV for the future the demand for Sat TV boxes will inevitably disappear.


your most likely right hence the focus on new freeview play boxes instead.
Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't Humax's lack of development of Freesat recorders down to the gradual demise of the satellite TV market generally.

I imagine that most Freesat boxes will have been bought to make use of redundant Sky dishes, but now with Sky moving over to streamed TV for the future the demand for Sat TV boxes will inevitably disappear.
jordanc9326 m ago

The problem is their slow and haven't been refreshed. Humax seem to be …The problem is their slow and haven't been refreshed. Humax seem to be focusing more on freeview at the moment, they even have multiroom boxes you can buy to go with their latest freeview box.




True they are slow compared to a lot these days, and I would happily pay for a proper (fast) refresh of my HDR-1000S refurb. But it is still more than useable and doesn't leave me hating it with everyday use.
Samsung UE40MU6400 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Freeview HD and Freesat HD in Silver £424.00 with code & free delivery from Hughes Direct
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Use voucher code SAVE35 to reduce list price from £459. I missed yesterday's John Lewis flash sale of same model but found this today.
Great deal. OK not a 6 year warranty but at least it hadn't gone out of stock.
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How come the day before the same model was posted at £5 more and got 400+ votes????
Great deal arriving Wednesday. Why freezing?
"Guarantee
All products are supplied guaranteed for a minimum period of one year following the date of delivery."

According to their T&Cs
bob6444 m ago

It means if you are click the link and find out, if not what does it …It means if you are click the link and find out, if not what does it matter? I assume from your reply you can actually read.


I assume from your reply that you can't write properly. I couldn't find about Warranty when I clicked so I asked a simple question. Now if you don't want to answer it leave it at that but instead you simply want to troll over it for no good reason.
LG 49LJ594V 49" Freeview HD 1080p, Freesat HD, Freeview Play Smart TV - Black £359 using code @ AO
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Posted this recently as Argos deal for £399 + £20 vouchers and went hot. AO have now price matched Argos @ £399 but are also doing a £40 off £399 purchase code for Bank Holiday we… Read more
Can't have been on for long? The Argos deal is still good though!
And I was buying
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Now saying not available!? WOOT
Get 10% off Humax Freesat Digital TV Recorders
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Use the code FREESAT10 on Humax Direct to get 10% off Humax Freesat boxes. Get rid of hefty sky bills, people. These recorders are amazing
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yup code doesn't work here either
caroline777upnorth26th Aug

Do you need a good aerial for the Humax? As I still use the Sky box to …Do you need a good aerial for the Humax? As I still use the Sky box to watch freeview. Thanks.


i just unplugged my sky box and plugged in my humax, only initial setup/tuning to complete and worked a treat
Excludes HB-1100S
Do you need a good aerial for the Humax? As I still use the Sky box to watch freeview. Thanks.
Those talking about having switched from foxsat hd, have they sorted media player / networking ability, because the
raydon firmware turned it into a much better piece of kit like watching around the house.

Doesnt look better - looks like a cheap scanner !
It's 2017, is there now asingle cable solution between the recorder box and satellite dish?
Maybe a good price, but the delivery is from the 18th August its July now!!!
Lawlost10 h, 33 m ago

Good deal I replaced my Humax Foxsat HDR with this. Nice interface, …Good deal I replaced my Humax Foxsat HDR with this. Nice interface, responsive, only downside is you can no longer export the recording even if they are not HD :-(



There seems little point in this box then?
HD fails = all recordings are lost
Edited by: "jasee" 27th Jul 2017
Good deal I replaced my Humax Foxsat HDR with this. Nice interface, responsive, only downside is you can no longer export the recording even if they are not HD :-(
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