£40 off with code BF40
Nah. The code's expired. Was a good price though
Sorry the CODE was PRESENTS to get the £344 price. Not sure if it's still working.
£40 off with code BF40
Nah. The code's expired. Was a good price though
Sorry the CODE was PRESENTS to get the £344 price. Not sure if it's still working.
Yeah definitely best to wait for them, very good chance that along with 4k streaming they could be compatible with the standard sky q lnb's so maybe have the option to record more than two channels at once.
Seems to support viewing Netflix in HD too. https://help.netflix.com/en/node/26133
Is channel 4hd still removed from Freesat?
Great box and a nice compact size compared to the previous 1000S model
Hughes electrical .
Who did they price match for that?
Got mine for £1025 from John Lewis.....was delivered yesterday on first impressions well pleased.
Got mine yesterday for £989 at Crampton & Moore as RGB only had a years warranty at the time.
Post away, I really want to but this TV so any input is helpful, another post for less creates more opinions (y)
What's the tv like? Worth the £519 price mark?
I have recently just Bought this tv from Richer sounds they offer a 6 year parts & Labour guarantee with collection and temporary tv while yours is being repaired. I paid £519, what i've been told is some people who offer 5 year guarantee the first 12 months is parts and labour then it's just parts meaning you pay for labour, make sure you check the smallprint.
I don’t know yet but I’ve done the research. The issues seem to be software based and I’ll be using a Nvdia shield with it anyway. Also Phillips are releasing an update next month I think.
Dude, the 50PUS7383 is the 7 series on ao.com. You’re getting so much more for your money for additional £70.
I know this wasnt the tv you were recommending but this review hooked me. I also cant work out what p5 is so i'm going for the one reviewed in the link you provided. Found it for £380 on AO.com ;)
Hi Dave. Yes - I I have got tempted by the Amazon warehouse discounts and got a 6300 for £265 and I've ordered a universal centre stand for £15 from ebay. It was supposed to be like new, but It has a small mark on the screen, but isn't noticeable from a distance, warehouse deals are hit and miss, but the discount from £330 is so good I think I'll keep it. I've set it up with Alexa to turn off/change channels/volume which is quite cool, and there is a good app for TV control too; Bluetooth works well for headphones. I was going to get a magic remote for it but I don't think I'll bother. The Picture and features are amazing (I'm upgrading from an old sony HD TV) for the price and I'd recommend it, but if you are interested in the magic remote maybe pay a bit more and get the LG6950, still 399 at Currys and metal rather than plastic build and comes with the magic remote that does voice commands etc..
Have you bought a tv yet? I’ve been looking at the exact same tv’s as you and looking for the best deal TIA
The 6400 looks good and has a great crescent stand but Which? review said the picture wasn't great and gave it a lower mark (62) than the Lg 6300 which got 68 per cent, but has the terrible little leg stand. It won't fit on my unit, I'm hoping the LG 6950 at Currys will come down from £399. It has a metal chassis, crescent stand and magic remote, gets 68 per cent which review too. But I think if you don't mind the legs the 6300 is a good buy,and you can add a magic remote for £40 if you hate the cheap remote that comes with the TV. Similar price on Box.co.uk, I wonder if it might go even cheaper.
I hear what your saying but as a reserve/ready remote for the next time one of my kids has destroyed the remote it will do me
Maybe and am sure your right with lots of things, when it comes to electronics though no brand plus cheap price often means dodgy Chinese knock offs...
Note:According to the production series,some products have no logo printed on them but all components and features are the same. Just missing the sticker
Lots of reviews are sating its a fake unbranded copy...
It's still showing available at £7.65 for me, unexpired.
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 http://www.andymurray.com/news/andy-murray-chooses-rosmalen/ 11 - 17 juni 2018 Autotron Rosmalen http://libema-open.nl/en/players/gentlemen/
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
I've got to the point now that I just leave it flashing, wait a minute and if it doesn't turn back on, head to bed!
Same. I press the power button on the remote, the first time it flashes in the corner then after three flashes I press it again and it goes off, turning off the connected devices with it. 99% of the time it's fine, but it does occasionally come back on!
To all who have this TV, anybody having problems turning it off? When I press the off button on the remote the screen turns off and the white 'electriQ' light in the corner comes on, after a few seconds it starts flashing, if I leave it the TV turns itself back on, if I press the off button again when the light is flashing sometimes the light stops flashing and the TV stays off sometimes the TV turns fully on, it's doing my head in!!
Brought one of these, but it has now gone back. got an LG B7 now, which is better in most way's. Have to say Appliances Direct where great, and picked up no issues and refunded same day! Did the firmware update but! My issues were :- 1. If you connect an Xbox one S in HDR 4K mode a line appears at bottom of screen, emailed electirQ, said would forward to factory, but no response since. 2. Start up time from standby over 30 seconds!!!!, this was the most annoying issue as our main TV, tried to get electriQ to respond why, but again nothing on this, cannot see why the TV part cannot start up and android load up in background! 3. Most of the Apps like amazon, youtube, netflix, only see this TV as a 1080p no 4K UHD. 4. Lack of calibration options. on a white screen it looks grey. noway to fix this. LG have an option of "OLED Light" control (like lcd backlight to solve this) 5. Sound poor, sound bar required, LG could be used without soundbar, and is very good with Dolby atmos playback! Good points I see. 1. Picture quality is very good, great 4K upscale of sky HD, looks sharper than the B7 before calibration. 2. strange but looks like it had a better anti-reflective coating on the screen than on my new B7! maybe LG are skimping on the newer screens, as my B7 was made in April 18. 3. can load all types of apps but no good if they could not see the TV as 4K. 4. Price great, but you can pick up a LG B7 for under £1200 now if you look around. I factored in 5 Year warranty, and extra calibration features, and start up time to be worth the extra! If this is not your main TV would say worth every penny if you can live with the limitations, but with something you use as the main TV worth the Extra for the B7!! hope this helps! (y)
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.
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...
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?
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!
Now at 132 15/16 days 28 sold that's <2 a day now.
160 today, 18/19 days and 36 since my last update or ~2 a day. they may still have some end of Sept at this rate.
Another ten sold @899£, now 186 left. Daily rate down to less than two. Amazed that anyone is buying at this price!
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
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
I have Freeview but can’t view FreeSports? You will need a DVB-T2 compatible device (i.e. Freeview HD via TV or set top box, Freeview Play, YouView or EE TV box). I have a Freeview a DVB-T2 compatible device but still can’t access FreeSports? FreeSports is delivered in the UK via transmitters that cover approximately 75% of the country. This means that some areas which are often less populated will not be able to receive the channel despite you having a DVB-T2 compatible device. If you receive BBC Four HD on channel 106, or 4Seven HD on channel 110 you should be able to view FreeSports on channel 95. You can check if you should be getting the coverage here by entering your address: https://www.freeview.co.uk/channels-at-your-address or call the Freeview advice line on 03456 505050. The Freeview coverage checker gives a good indication of whether you’ll be able to receive FreeSports. Most Freeview boxes will have been retuned automatically to receive FreeSports during a scheduled auto update but you can carry out a retune and see if the channel appears. When you buy a Freeview HD TV or other equipment, we recommend that you make sure that you can get a refund from your retailer if these local factors or lack of transmitter signal for channels you want to view prevents you from receiving Freeview and or FreeSports.
Freesports is only available from certain transmitters (something like 75% coverage of UK) and a Freeview HD compatible box is needed as well (it is transmitted in standard definition on the COM 8 HD multiplex) so a retune may not work.
Just tried to do ch 95 on freeview,didn’t work,perhaps I have to retune?
I checked this 90 minutes too late, just listened on Radio Ulster lol GAWA
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.
This deal has now expired - still a decent price for the best Freesat box going. Mine has been used daily with zero problems.
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.
£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
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.
If you have the money & the space, the 55" of this works out much better value for money. It offers a true 10 bit panel (this one is 8bit + frc) and you get the sound bar: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue55mu7000-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-55-799-john-lewis-with-free-samsung-hw-m360-sound-bar-with-subwoofer-2836567
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
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."
is this deal still working?
You could cancel, I responded 38 minutes after your comment lol.
Lol you tell me know I just ordered a TV from Boots And purchased a remote control for the sky box
Think that's just the silver version of the "LG 55UJ635V".
Why is this more expensive?? I really want buy a new tv and I keep seeing 49 inch and then 55inch similar in price.. http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6997155?rec=PDP:bottomSlider:P1:OHAT:alternative:6997155:1okzeptYkCqfKitYOoVm
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