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Humax HB-1100S Freesat HD Receiver Only £74.25 @ Tesco Direct
Refreshed 19th JunRefreshed 19th Jun
25% off at Tesco Direct given it's closing down. Far cheaper than the next best price I could find (£97.99 from John Lewis). Seems like a great deal! In stock at time of posting.

Hi yeah I am an existing customer. If your not in the current contract best thing to do is log on to your virgin account. And then go to contact - a chat box will appear. When it came to renewal I said I am paying £49 or something like that and new customers are getting x/y/z for £39 - you can see that I have been a customer for a number of years can you give me the same deal as new customers - that’s how they matched it. In relation to the v6 box I would say that everyone has been upgraded to v6 box for free back in Jan / Feb - here is the article free v6 upgrade and they should be able to do it for you. Just be pleasant and say that as a new customer you can get x/y/z and they should be able to match it. It’s all about being pleasant and nice. My sister was in the same situation as you, she logged onto her account and I did all the typing and knocked her payments down from £70 odd pounds to £39 and increased her internet speed too even though she didn’t need it.


Do you seriously keep your CRT TV?! What you need is an old plasma TV - I have had my main 1080p 50" Panasonic Plasma TV from new for 10 years and a 1080p 46" Panasonic TV that is 8 years old but I bought last year off a friend for £50. Even though you can see the difference between HD and SD channels, they do a really good job of upscaling even the really low quality channels. Loads on Ebay, just buy one locally that you can see running and check it doesn't have any screen burn - also they do use more energy than an LCD screen, and weigh a lot more - but worth it for the quality.


Thank you. Don't have easy access to my satellite unfortunately. If I have to, I'll try to hire someone local.


I agree! Mmm, any sort of apps for Record TV? I'm able to sideload and all of that sort of stuff, gives me an excuse to get a Fire TV stick!


Most Brazilian TV is pretty bad in my opinion. I downloaded some apps onto my Fire TV box to get Brazilian channels, as my wife and daughter are Brazilian. Turned out they weren't interested in having any Brazilian TV, even Globo which they watched all the time when they lived there. Now my wife says UK television is far superior, and loves the BBC and even Radio 4! My daughter however just watches endless episodes of the Big Bang Theory and Friends on E4 (annoyed)

Samsung UE49MU6500 49 Inch, 4K Ultra HD Certified Pro HDR, Freesat HD, Smart, LED Curved TV, 
£423.20 (when bought with BNPL code) @very
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
20% back Enter MUN4G at checkout to order on 12 months Buy Now Pay Later and get your credit back on this item. Offer ends Thurs 7th June 2018, 9pm

Thought you got a 65in, attention seeking again!


Guys , do I need to connect the tv to an aerial to watch the normal channels tv has TV tuner- Freesat HD x 2 - TVPlus..I know its sounds stupid but this is the first time I am trying to use a smart tv ....


Looks like the MUN4G code has expired.. Now a 10% code on.




From T&Cs: Order must be placed online by 9pm on the final day of the promotion. If you return your item, the credit will be reversed. This can't be used in conjunction with other offers (entering a promo code apart from MUN4G in checkout will exclude you from this promotion). Offer live 31st May - 7th June 2018.

Samsung UE55MU6400UXXU 55 Inch, 4K Ultra HD Certified Pro HDR, Freesat HD, LED TV - £439.20 (when bought as BNPL) @Very
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
20% back Enter MUN4G at checkout to order on 12 months Buy Now Pay Later and get your credit back on this item. Offer ends Thurs 7th June 2018, 9pm The Samsung UE55MU6400 4K Ul… Read more

I opened a credit account specifically for this samsung code. Got approved account instantly only to be told I did not qualify for buy now pay later, and could not use the code. Went off at them on chat & got the account closed within a couple of days. Will not buy from them again. Bunch of toss-pots. Greeeeat TV tho. I have the 50 inch curved version. Love it.


Not yet, just a monthly statement... waiting for the 19th still.


Has anybody received the 20% account credit yet? Still waiting here... (annoyed)


I must say the TV is amazing, Fantastic picture and sound quality. The smart remote controls my Bt youview, ps4 and also the TV. Free sat input also built in. I'm over the moon, Super deal for those that managed to get it


I guess we're in the same boat! Fingers crossed. Yeah the TV is awesome (lol)

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Samsung UE55MU7000 HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour & 360 Design, Ultra HD Certified, Silver £699 @ John Lewis
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
Experience the glorious rich-colour immersion of the 4K HDR picture with Samsung's MU7000. Stunningly clear 4K Ultra HD resolution combines with HDR 1000 to achieve staggering leve… Read more
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I'm in the same boat! Does anyone own the 55MU7000 - does this just include 2 x FreeSat tuners? - I'm after Freeview which could be the decider, not much clarity around... Thanks.


This tv or the sony 55xe8596


Is anyone else having problems buying with the BNPL? Every time I hit the button it puts in a different code and says it's not eligible.


I take it all back, damn unfortunate, im after a 65" in a couple of months


Nope! Excellent smart TV. Good input = good output like most but it’s quick responsive apps impress. Learning remote with voice search ... etc

Samsung UE49MU6500 49 Inch, 4K Ultra HD Certified Pro HDR, Freesat HD, Smart, LED Curved TV £529 @ Very, £519.97 @ Appliances direct
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
People with a 20% discount code can use that to reduce the price even more. The Samsung UE49MU6500 4K Ultra HD Certified Curved TV's Incredible Picture Quality Is Setting The S… Read more
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This is more of an offer for those who have a 20% discount code as it will knock off over £100.


only £10 ,more from JL would rather buy from there, still great price good telly.


Is this better then the £400 Panasonic from RGB /JL price match?


I deleted my email with the discount code as I didn’t need anything. Now I want a camera, typical


The one they sent me a couple of weeks ago is. Just so you know, code can only be used once on Account ending XXXXX666, and can't be used in conjunction with other offers. Sale items, all Apple products, personal audio products, electronic gaming, computing, Financial Services products and delivery/installation charges are excluded from the offer. Already tested and it works on TVs for the full 20%. Pity they don't stock any that I'd want.

FreeSports - free sport on Freeview, Freesat etc
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
FreeSports is a new TV channel dedicated to bringing free sport back to every home in the UK through Freeview, Sky, Freesat, TalkTalk, BT Platforms & the TVPlayer. For too lon… Read more

This channel is now on HD on Freesat - 11509 V 23000. On my box the channel name came up as &tv HD when I searched, but I think it varies depending on equipment. Some users are reporting problems with sound, but mine seems fine.


Isn't this the love child or technical leftovers from Setanta sports after they went bust?


Looks like they may have the return of Andy Murray next week at the ATP250 :D 11 - 17 juni 2018 Autotron Rosmalen


Although its a sd channel on freeview you need a freeview HD box or freeview hd tv that to get channel. Your tv or box will not even pick it up if it is not hd enabled. Having said that there are still some areas that the channel is not yet available even if you have freeview hd.


Is he single now? He was seeing that one woman for a few years, last time I heard he was thinking of proposing

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LG 49LJ594V 49 Inch Smart Full HD LED TV Black with webOS, Freeview HD, Freesat HD & Freeview Play @ RGB Direct - £319.99
Found 28th MayFound 28th May This LG 49" TV is packed with smart features but it still puts picture quality first. The Full HD, 1080p LED scr… Read more
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Samsung seemed to have skipped the 43 in their equivalent range, do it goes from 40 to 49. Odd.


Not sure because it's put me off buying any other LG TV for Freesat....I use Samsung instead


Oh seriously? That's one of the reasons I was looking at this set. Do you know if this is a problem with this model, or generally a LG OS issue? Thanks


I understand pointing out that for a relatively small amount more you can get 4K, but that doesn't mean everybody wants it. My dad can't even tell the difference between SD and HD, so what's the point of him wasting £1 more on 4K? Just purchased for said old man. Thanks for posting OP.

allison445 If you prefer 4k you can get the lg one for £30 more (cheeky)

electriQ eiq-55UHDT2HOLED 55" 4K UHD OLED LG Panel HDR Android Smart TV with Freeview HD and Freesat £849.99 @ Appliances Direct
Refreshed 29th MayRefreshed 29th May
Enjoy pin sharp, stunningly realistic picture detail on the 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD screen The LG OLED display delivers the deepest and darkest blacks and the brightest whites for an … Read more
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After reading the latest review I couldn’t resist. Already have an LG OLED in the main room but wanted an OLED for the games room. Just bagged this from Debenhams for £735 using Zeek. Happy days....


Has anybody got 3840 X 2160 60hz working? I can only get 30hz using my PC (nvidia 980ti)



Well Appliances Direct decided I was worthy to have one of these after all and delivered mine today, only problem is my tv stand isn't wide enough for it. Can anyone recommend a universal vesa stand?

LG 49UJ630V - 49" 4K HDR TV with Web OS, Freeview & FreeSat HD - £349 (with code) @ RGB Direct
Found 19th MayFound 19th May
Use code SAVE50 to reduce the price of this down to £349. Ultra HD 4K resolution - a depth of detail; Ultra HD 4K resolution is four times that of full HD producing brilliant … Read more

This or a Panasonic TX50EX700B ??


How does this compare to the Hisense 5500 at the same price?


Same here. The reason was the difference in model no. I guess it depends on whom you get at the end of the line.


I got price match and valid for 28 days


I didn't manage to get a price match either. I might just hold on for more deals closer to the start of the world cup. What do you think?

Samsung UE65MU7000 HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD 65 inch TV + SAVE EXTRA £100 ON A SAMSUNG SOUNDBAR inc. 5 Yr warranty - £1099 at John Lewis
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Includes 5 Yr John Lewis warranty. Plus save a further £100 if you buy a Samsung soundbar. Add a qualifying Samsung Sound Bar and this TV to your basket and enter promotiona… Read more
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Sure I will do mate.


If you ever see it happen before I do, please ping me. I’ll do the same with you :D


Cheers, seemed a bit of a gimmick like 3d. Would the UE65MU8000 be a better option


Curved tvs haven't taken off the way tv producer's had hoped too many viewing problems with them ,flat screen tvs is the way to go


By the way its has a 10 bit panel, and can do 120 hz. Meaning that judder should be non-existent.

Panasonic TX55EZ952B 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV Freeview Play Freesat HD 6 year Guarantee - £1,599 @ Richer Sounds
Found 8th MayFound 8th May
The time is now for all you Panasonic plasma lovers to upgrade to OLED And what could make it even better spread the cost over 18 months 0% interest free Panasonic’s most affor… Read more

OK, How do you work the TV100 code? It won’t apply at checkout:/ Is that some VIP offer of first time on-line/in shop purchase? Can someone enlighten me, please?:)


I think you’ve twisted that around quite a bit, and I truly can’t be bothered trying to unravel it again. On a happy note, I have my 65” LG OLED for £1,899 arriving tomorrow :D hopefully it won’t be terrible to live with, despite not having a Sony XYZ123A processor in it (highfive)


It just seems a weird attitude to me. You start off by saying that build quality is more important than brand, but then dismiss Philips' OLED out of hand despite it reviewing extremely well and by all accounts being just as "premium" as LG or Panasonic's (with its own set of perks and omissions, as they all have). You're entitled to buy whatever you like of course, as it's your money, but framing it as a logical decision based on anything except personal preference and brand loyalty is just misleading, so I feel it important to redress the balance. The idea of LG and Samsung being the biggest companies and therefore the best is also puzzling to me. Sticking solely to the realm of OLEDs, Panasonic's, Philips' and Sony's models outperform LG's in several key areas (as the LG outperforms them in others) and are built every bit as well from everything I've read. LG's market presence doesn't somehow make their lacklustre motion handling more palatable, for example. Sony utterly wipe the floor with them on that front, so if smooth motion is important to a customer, picking the LG would make no sense. As for Samsung and "QLED"... best of luck with that. My personal opinion would be that you get a lot less for your money than with any other brand of TV with Samsung's "premium" lineup.


Bought a Panasonic tx 58dx902b and it's brilliant tv picture quality is amazing and the ui is top notch loads and loads of settings plenty of customization. Sound quality is also very good. And this is lcd.


I can see how you may have taken it that way, so sorry for any confusion. What I was trying to say was that whereas choosing between LG and Panasonic would come down to personal preference and badge magnetism, they are both very well made premium products - the ElectriQ of course isn’t. I think a Philips at £400 is a decent enough buy, but it’s not up to my personal standards, and I certainly wouldn’t pay OLED money for a Philips. Nowadays I think the only TV brands I would actually buy are Samsung and LG, and as they are the two World/Market leaders, I’m probably not wholly wrong for making that choice.

Samsung UE55MU7000 HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, £749 @ John Lewis With 5 Year Guarantee + Football Shirt
Found 4th MayFound 4th May
Samsung UE55MU7000 HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour & 360 Design, Ultra HD Certified, Silver £749 at John Lewis with a 5 year … Read more

Just ordered this @£769 6 days ago, doesn't look like the football shirt is on the list of approved TV's (NU8000 and Q7)


Best I've seen it for was £699 a while ago and not for long too. It is does a 10 bit panel and can display true HDR so maybe production costs are higher and profit margins smaller.


Same haven't really seen the kind of price drops I was hopeing for during this years transition.


Given that the NU series is already out on the market, I expected bigger discounts on this TV...

LG 43UJ630V 43 Inch Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD and Freesat HD 3 HDMI @ AO Ebay Using 10% off code + £10.40 worth of nectar points
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
4K Ultra HD HDR Catch-up & 4K Streaming with web OSPicture quality: 100 Hz Tuner: Freeview HD & Freesat HD with Freeview Play Connectivity: 3x HDMI 2.0.b Use P10MAY at c… Read more

It comes with Digital Optical Output.


Does it have toslink to connect my soundbar


Prefer the 670V


I think you've got the better deal personally. The little extra for 6 years peace of mind? In my opinion well worth it.


How does this compare to the Samsung MU6400 40"...anyone know? It was recently red hot in a HUKD post for £330 but my order wasn't fulfilled - ran out of stock! :(


Can anyone help? I am trying to determine if my TV is faulty or if it is simply a design limitation in this model. I am having issues with the aspect ratio when watching most 3D content in that it seems to stretch the image vertically to fill the entire screen, i.e. ignoring the aspect ratio, and it does not seem possible to change the aspect ratio at all. Questions 1. When watching any 3D content, can you alter the aspect ratio, i.e cycle through any of auto, 16:9, 4:3, zoom? If so what sources are you using? (USB stick with files, Blu-ray, PS3/PS4 etc). 2. When using 2D to 3D conversion i.e, just broadcast TV such as channel 4/5, can you change the aspect ratio at all when in 3D? I can change aspect ratio in 2D, but not when it is being converted to 3D. 3. Are you able to change the aspect ratio when watching Amazon prime using the built in Panasonic app? 4. Are you able to activate 2D to 3D conversion when watching content in amazon prime video? Thanks for any help on this.


No. There isn't a proper market for em.


wait most likely it will go up but if it doesn't call it bad luck as it counts as bonus. ...


Has anyone's Curry Quidco tracked at the correct level? Mine is still at £7.50.


Are they making 3d TVs again then?

Samsung UE55MU8000 HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour & 360 Design, Ultra HD Certified, Silver at PRC Direct for £849
Found 29th AprFound 29th Apr
USE CODE APR50 FREE 10 years screen burn Claim your Nation’s Football Shirt via redemption Click here for more deta… Read more

Same here I don't know whether to wait for pre world cup deals. I have a price match for the q6f for £829 which expires Wednesday. And the the £849 deal on the Samsung mu8000..


Code has expired but just got a price match at 849 from JL.... Decisions..


Is there really that much difference my understanding is that the q6f was built to be the cheap q model. I've been told that the q6f is brighter but the MU8000 has better contrast an is better at motion handling. Is this correct ?


Hi it was mainly gaming but then it done it during normal TV via the virgin V6 box. Was very annoying. I was one of the unlucky ones. I replaced it with a Sony 9305e which was the double the price and was rubbish. Miss the Samsung to be honest. If didn't have that one fault I would have it back. I will probs get LG oled if they come bk down to £1300


Thanks a lot for reply, sorry last question - were the black screens during gaming or just TV / blu Ray watching? Thanks again v much

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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another update still @ £899 count date change and daily rate 474 19 April 444 23 April 30, 7 388 30 April, 56, 8 365 7 May, 23, 3 325 16 May, 40, 4 264 29 May, 61, 5 217 8 June, 47, 5 196 15 June, 21, 3


I disagree with this generalisation after I upgraded my panasonic to Samsung mu7000. My 40w soundbar is louder than panasonic, but mu7000 is way louder than my soundbar


There are 2 of these on the Panasonic outlet at £599.99


Price has gone up to £899. 474 19 April 444 23 April 30, 7 388 30 April, 56, 8 365 7 May, 23, 3 325 16 May, 40, 4 264 29 May, 61, 5 217 8 June, 47, 5


The daily has rounding. With an £850 OLED now in play at this price point and still some decent 2017 stock undercutting it need a price drop.

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

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.

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