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Freeview is a great way to access some of the UK’s most popular TV channels. Featuring 15 HD channels and 60 digital channels, the service covers 90 percent of the country’s favourite shows, all at absolutely no cost. However, to access Freeview, customers may need to purchase a box or HD recorder. This buyer’s guide explains how to get up and running in no time. Read more
Grade A2 - ElectriQ 55" Curved 4K Ultra HD LED Android Smart TV with Freeview HD Free Click and Collect £296.98 @ Appliances Direct
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Pretty self explanatory. You could get it for £281.98 if you sign up for the Free Trial. Which makes it even better. Decent reviews as well on the website. I think Cl… Read more
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OOS :(


And no scart - I'm out!


oh right! Lighthouse... funny... I've always thought they looked pretty cool. But all the ones I've seen had been like 600 quid.


It was a gimmick, a fad, you could only have one if you lived in a lighthouse etc etc.


What were people saying about them? haha.

electriQ 50" 4K Ultra HD LED Android Smart TV with Freeview HD £289.97 @ Appliances Direct (3xHDMI / 4xUSB)
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
No HDR but that's not a deal breaker for me, I think it's over rated! Enjoy pin sharp, stunningly realistic picture detail on the 50 inch 4K Ultra HD screen Download all your f… Read more
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Any ideas if this TV is ok for just casual gaming (PS4), more about the button lag if anything, ta


The only one on Amazon is for 689.99


Well £486 from amazon brand new Or Very have it for £500 and when i bought a stainless steel oven they gave me a buy now pay in 12 months free option so that mite help you. Richer sounds 40" screen £399


Thanks Darksaber for the detailed explanation. The issue currently is that I can't find any of these models for the price range you're referring to. In the event a tv broke down, I also would prefer to have some sort of guarantee for it.


I found a review , just spend some time fine turning the picture like almost all tv's as the always tend to look off out of the box,especially if your using it as monitor.If you want to get some more info read through the owners thread,i was interested in getting one these too or maybe the better EX750 as my 2016 version is none HDR ,so i will message you if i see any more at a good price. Panasonic EX700 Owners Thread Review Speaking of motion, we have good news for console gamers. While the ’Standard’ mode suffered from extreme input lag of 112 ms, the Game mode drastically reduced input lag to less than 21 ms (20.9 ms) in SDR. That is on par with the best TVs out there and ensures minimal lag when playing the latest console games. Well done, Panasonic. Another concern for gamers is of course motion blur. While LCD panels inherently have motion blur, various sub-systems are employed to reduce the problem. One of the most important systems is what is generally referred to as the ‘Overdrive circuit’, which overshoots the intended color to make the transition from one color to another occur quicker. EX700 suffers from some overdrive trailing, mostly visibly in high-contrast transitions (ie white to black), thus mostly visibly in games such as Limbo or Inside, but it is not a major concern. It is perhaps important to emphasize that all modern LCD panels suffer from this to some degree and EX700 is not worse (or better) than most other VA-type LCD panels. We are only highlighting the issue here because it is actually possible to avoid it if you, like me, notice it during console gaming. If gaming is important to you this is something that you should take into consideration, and buy an OLED TV instead. OLED panels inherently have very fast response time and do not use overdrive circuits.

Panasonic 50TX-50EX700B 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview Smart LED TV - Silver - Refurbished- £340.99 @ Argos / eBay
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Panasonic 50TX-50EX700B 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview Smart LED TV - Silver Refurbished With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee

The manual was a print-out from the website, not the original. The tv and remote were like new, free from scratches, marks or dents, and covered in plastic to protect their fascias. I could have had it fixed but used it as an opportunity to get a TV that I really wanted that cost a lot more and was on a bargain offer.


sold out..


Eek I recently bought a refurb of this TV, although from the Panasonic outlet store (which apparently isn't even Panasonic themselves (annoyed) ), and the lack of warranty (my last TV was 5 years) worries me a bit. What's an Argos refurb like anyway? Seeing as Argos regularly stuff returns back in the box and try to sell them on as new, a friend who worked their confirmed they try to flog the returns first, I wonder what their refurbishment process is like :/


They do (6 everywhere but scotland) if the fault is inherent and you can prove that after 6 months of ownership.


Out of stock.

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LG 43UK6300PLB 43" UHD 4K HDR Smart TV with Freeview Play £364 Delivered with code @ Hughes
31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Good savings on this LG 43" 4K TV from LG. With delivery included, this seems to be the cheapest price for this particular set. Would be perfect for gaming or bedroom use. Be sure… Read more

It's not really 4k either....

mannin £379 but you get 6 years warranty, to me is a better deal.


Picture is wrong. This isn’t one of their super uhd TVs just standard uhd tvs. Super uhd is their quantum displays.


Great thanks for explaining.


Horrendous motion blur , fine if moving in a straight line move the camera and shocking

Manhattan T1 Freeview HD box £6.12 at Tesco instore
LocalLocalFound 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Manhattan Freeview HD £6.12 from £25 in the clearance at Tesco Fareham.. maybe national. Perfect for the bedroom or people on a budget. I did a search, so hopefully not a repost… Read more

Surprised at just how small they were when i saw one in Tesco a few weeks back.About the size of the Nowtv smart box.They caught my eye as a couple were yellow stickered down to £28.And at this price its even better if your lucky enough,


There was at least 20 units in Fareham.


Just checked my local scanned at £35, good luck to everyone else looking one .


Well if it did, it could downscale...and there are some channels like Freesports that though Standard Definition are broadcast on a HD multiplex, so if an HD box did have SCART it would enable you to see channels you wouldn't otherwise see.


It wouldn't be HD if it used scart. HD uses HDMI leads. If your tv only has scart sockets there's no point buying this.

LG 49UJ630V 49 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play with 6 year guarantee £399 delivered or collect in store from Richer Sounds
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
I bought this TV on Sunday after my 2 1/2year old Sony 4k TV died last week. Not wanting to get stung again I was after a new TV with a decent length guarantee. This was just about… Read more

I was surprised you mentioned the NOW TV app not playing live programmes for you. That's strange as I watched the Liverpool match and cricket over the weekend on mine? I also have two other LG TV's and they play live TV. If I get chance I will post the picture settings Which recommend for this model.


Does any promo codes with this TV?


Bloody brilliant tv. Delivered yesterday and am very pleased so far. Even has Plex built in! Thanks OP. (highfive)


TV this size I would just hang on the wall without question. Not sure what else you can do unless you screw the feet down.


Any suggestions to secure are welcome.

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electriQ 43" 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Android Smart TV with Freeview HD £263 @ Debenhams plus
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Amazing deal for a HDR 4K smart TV. You can get it for £233 if you sign up for with a £1 trial. Enjoy pin sharp, stunningly realistic picture detail on the 43 inch 4… Read more
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How do I get money off when I sighn up to which ??


How do I get the discount when i sighn up to which ?


Yeah, it has integrated WiFI and I use SurfShark on it too. If you do not have a subscription code yet you can use this one: GETVPN. If you will have some troubles setting up the router just write me on PM. ;) ;)


This looks like a decent TV, would be ideal as I need a Freesat tuner (can't get Freeview in my area). Only problem is that they don't seem to do a smaller version. I want a 26-32 to mount on the wall in the bedroom :(


My parents have this TV and for the money seems fantastic. I have limited experience with it but i did watch a couple world cup matches. I find football is a good test and I never noticed any ghosting. I was impressed, thumbs up from me. My personal TV is a Sony 55a1 OLED which cost more than 10 times the price!

65" 4K Ultra-HD Smart LED TV Freeview HD -  C65ANSMT-4K £598.80 at CPC
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Stylish 4K Ultra-HD LED TV preloaded with catchup TV apps, web browser and finished with a modern piano black design. 3840x2160 Ultra-HD display resolution Integrated tuner for … Read more
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HI all I bought the samsung ue65mu7070 in the end for £1000 5 year warranty at cramptonandmoore but they have sold out after so I got one in time.


Wowser..... apparently £3k when reviewed June 20th. Now £1199 from various Amazon sellers. That’s worse depreciation than a car lol!


You thought wrong Nicam "Near Instantaneous Companded Audio Multiplexing" is for broadcasting stereo sound over analogue (stopped broadcasting 2008-12 in UK) Dolby atmos is a digital surround sound system


I think I would try to save a few more weeks or month or 2 for the LG B7 TV. though might go out of stock by then.


But, do they have NICAM?

Hisense H45N5750 45 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview Smart WiFi LED TV - Silver £291.59 ebay argos
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Hisense H45N5750 45 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview Smart WiFi LED TV SilverBrand New With a 12 Month Argos GuaranteeWith the Hisense 45-inch Smart TV you'll experience stunning U… Read more

Oh well that was a complete waste of time. Mine arrived and has a completely smashed screen. Completely crap packaging, literally one layer of cardboard between the screen and the outside world. How's that supposed to survive ParcelFarce? Ho hum.


Bought one for the garage, cheers. Was after a cheap but decent connected TV for my Zwift cave :)


If you want an expensive TV, then buy an expensive TV. You are not going to get high-end features in a sub £300 set. That said, despite all the nay-saying about low-end HDR by the television purists, some people seem to like the effects produced. I've never viewed an HDR set so I have no idea what the truth is. In my experience, people have a hugely diverse range of abilities to perceive image quality, and also funnily enough a huge range of abilities to perceive value. Anyway for the money this seems a bargain and so I have ordered, and I will see. I was going to wait until the ancient Samsung 32" 720p telly that is in the sitting room, as backup to the projector, died before replacement, but at this price it seems a deal too good to miss.


That is a real shame, tempted to cancel, although I am wondering how often i'll find myself watching HDR content.


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Samsung 50MU6120 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview Smart WiFi LED TV - Black Manufacturer refurbished £194.29 w/code @ argos ebay
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Just bought this good deal comments welcome ? Samsung 50MU6120 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview Smart WiFi LED TV - BlackRefurbished With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee Experience yo… Read more

Maybe I did lol so one of us would have got the broken one


Lol l got no power cable so maybe you got mine


Perfect nothing wrong with it at all. It had 2 power cables in I put one in and it didn't work. So I put the other one In and it worked. So I'm guessing it got sent back because of a faulty wire so that's why it's new


What condition is yours in mines has some light bleed around the borders


you could try this

Hisense 50U7A ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" with Freeview Play, Ultra HD Certified, Black/Silver £539 @ John Lewis
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Originally looking at the hisense 55u7a, the price seems to be bouncing around quite a lot . John Lewis have recently increased the price to £629 plus it's out of stock, looking fo… Read more

Same here you can get from AO with 75 pound trade in for about £525 but that is only with 2 years guarantee also Hughes for about 565 and I think with this you are better with a longer guarantee anyone got this tv and can comment on the pros and cons


I called them last week about it and it was so difficult to find in any of their stores.




Expensive fot 50 . Should be 65 at this price.


Richer Sounds seem to have stock of the 55" at £629 with 6 year guarantee

Digihome 43UHDHDR 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview WiFi Smart LED TV in Black - £215.20 @ CoopElectricals Ebay w/code POSE20 (12 months manufacturer guarantee included)
Found 30th JulFound 30th Jul
Digihome 43UHDHDR 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview WiFi Smart LED TV in Black - £215.20 @CoOpElectricals w/code POSE20 (12 months manufacturer guarantee included Discount is a ni… Read more

I'm pretty sure it's because a 40inch 4k panel is cheaper to make because if you think about it, the amount of pixels are spread over 40 inches, but a 24 inch monitor (for example) is the same amount of pixels, much within a much smaller area, making it more expensive to produce? A 4k 40inch TV has the same pixel density as a 20 inch 1080p monitor. So from the same distance, a 40inch 4k TV will look just as sharp as a 20inch 1080p monitor.


I bought the 24" one last time the 20% deal was on . Really impressed with it. Bought a 49" yesterday for the 2nd lounge.


tempted for my xbox one x, wanted a monitor but they are a lot more money


Is sd content ok on these.


Can you tell me the depth of this tv please. It states 220mm but that's surely wrong.

SONY XF90 55" 4K-HDR Smart Android TV with FreeviewHD & Youview + 2 free UHD/4K google play movies + 5 years Guarantee - £1,079 @ Powerdirect
Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
Apply SONY100 at checkout. Guarantee is from sony themselves submit price match to other retailers to force price down if you prefer other retailer. KD55XF9005BU

I like Sony and prefer them over Samsung and LG. That’s my preference. In fact I have owned all those brands and still prefer Sony. If a brand is making the most profit then they must be doing something right. iPhones cost a fortune but people still flock to buy one at a premium, much like Sony TVs


Sorry, I'll be more specific for you if you are struggling. Sony are an also-ran in terms of consumer level/household TVs - I expect the cameras they supply to Hollywood don't run Android (:I There were loads of TV brands in the 70s that don't exist today, that history means little or nothing.


That article basically says they make the largest profits - not make the most TVs. The silly price tags already told us that...


I suggest you get a clue, sony have been making TVs since the 70's and Broadcast equipment including monitors, video recording and editing equipment, cameras... the list goes on. The £30k true RGB OLED broadcast monitor that all TV manufacturers use as a reference is made by Sony. Hardly "also ran" Owners of this Sony generaly accept shortcomings of Android TV but are still happy with it.


Exactly. According this article on Reuters dated May 2018, Sony is No.1 in the premium TV market. Howzatt for an also-ran!

Toshiba 55U5766DB 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV with Freeview Play - Black (2017 Model) £399 @ Amazon
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Ultra HD (4K) 4x HDMI, 3x USB, 1x Scart Toshiba Smart Portal Internal WLAN USB Recording
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No hdr for £399


That baby has got some back! As its missing HDR, it isn't for me but for £400 it doesn't seem too bad of a deal. Full spec here: For those who will be relying on the TV's smart features may be disapointed as it only gota dual core processor so expect it to be slow but if you have a Fire Stick / TV etc that doesn't matter. All 4 HDMI's are 2.0, has a USB 3.0 port and Dolby / DTS sound.

LG OLED55B7V 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV Freeview Play £1199 with code at Richer Sounds
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
LG OLED55B7V. 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV Freeview Play. Back down to 1199 with code RSTV100 Other Deal / Code is expired. John Lewis will Price Match

Is anyone having issues with the HDMI ARC? I'm using the LG SJ4 soundbar. Followed the instructions on the LG website and no luck whatsoever. Optical and BT connections work fine.


Want a good deal as I missed on this, didn’t think I would have the money available just yet


Yep, code expired...


I've cross-posted this on a few deals for these TVs. I have the C7 and every single morning when I come downstairs and power it on, it comes on the antenna input. I leave it on HDMI from the night before as I watch everything through Sky Q and it's so annoying not having it come back on where I left off. Anyone know if this is by design? It has taken me a few months to notice this as 99% of the time the wife gets up first and she's only just told me about this.


Looks like the code has expired ;(

Hauppauge WinTV-dual HD - Dual, Triple Mode, TV Tuner for Freeview (DVB-T), Freeview HD (DVB-T2) and Cable (DVB-C)  - £56.49 @ Ebay (fonica)
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
OK it's only a £3.45 saving from the same vendor on Amazon but these are great USB dual tuner devices on Windows, Linux and even Libreelec development is in progress). Plex support… Read more

I plugged it into my Windows 10 machine and it reports the following: Xbox USB Tuner USB\VID_045E&PID_02D5&REV_0110 USB\VID_045E&PID_02D5 Sadly I couldn't find any easy way to get it recognised. Plugged it into my Xbox and it's a little glitchy and slow to change channel, but hey for £3.95 worth it (just need to get an aerial now). Is it a remarkable coincidence that Virgin Media have dropped a few Freeview channels and I just get this configured?!


Ah the fun of internet forums, it wasn't my intention to antagonise - I guess everything can be interpreted differently. I will test and report back once I receive it... I have been very slow at getting on the DTV bandwagon (mainly geography has prevented it) - I am still in a signal blackspot and can't receive HD channels, at least now I get a signal to set the date & time feature on my tellys!


Thanks mate. (y)


Bit of an antagonistic starter for ten, I’m not interested in internet fights over a £4 piece of technology. My searches consisted of looking to see if this could work on Windows, which judging by reminiscent comments of 7MC would be a popular use case. Let me rephrase. There are no seemingly no Windows drivers for it. There’s questionable reliability about the solutions posed on this link below, but there’s more detail about driver modifying if you want to go that far into it in your tests on other platforms. I see the same link has been posted a couple of posts above as well. Best of luck, and please report back or share your findings - for £4 I’d probably be tempted to give it a go for old time’s sake. As before I struck gold with the Elgato driver proving to be an exact match for the PlayTV. Elgato used to rebrand Hauppauge devices for Mac so I think hardware wise, the PlayTV was effectively a direct match for the EyeTV Diversity. If this Xbox version is a rebadged Hauppage, the same theory should carry with a different Hauppauge driver. Though with that all said, Nige182’s reply makes me think you have been using Google wrong...


Thanks for sharing!

LG 55SK8100PLA 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play with 6 Years Guarantee - Richer Sounds - £849.00 with code
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Was £949 yesterday with code FLASH350. Now another £100 off with code FLASH450. Offers ends today. * Save £450 on this TV with voucher code FLASH450. Offer ends 17.7.18. Powerf… Read more

You can get an OLED for £899 -


An OLED for a grand ? Surely it worth paying a bit more for a tv this price to get OLED now .. is this a 10 bit panel


That might just indeed be wishful thinking


Is there an OLED for this price

Philips 55PUS6753/12 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR Plus, Freeview Play and Ambilight 3-sided (2018 Model) £479 with code at AO on eBay
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
HDR Type: HDR10 / HLG Ultra Slim 4K UHD LED Android TV with Ambilight and Saphi systemIndulge in the shows, movies, and games you love with a 4K UHD TV that makes content from any… Read more

Thanks for this, got it for £440 bargain for such a great bit of kit




Thought I'd just take the plunge at £499 after discount but now they upped the price to £699 fml. Nevermind!


T&Cs... Min spend £20. Max discount £100.


Been looking for a new TV for the workstation instead of monitors and on a relatively small budget as i will be about 1 - 2 feet away from the screen so i dont need big but would instabuy this after seeing that star wars scenelol.

Philips 55PUS6753/12 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR Plus, Freeview Play and Ambilight 3-sided (2018 Model) £440 for Prime members at Amazon
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Looks a good price for 2018 direct lit VA panel. Reviewed at £700 here
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Went for this also. Need to see whether any other good offers come now prime day has finished though... felt the prime day sale was pretty poor


I've taken a punt on this at £440 (£430 when I've used the £10 promotion from £80 worth of gift vouchers). I've enjoyed my plasma but it's lacking now. A 2018 55" TV + 4k + HDR10 + VA panel + Ambilight = yes please. Heat added.


Any difference between the 50 and 55 inch models other than size? Been reading a few TVs have different panels etc


I have an LG 49 UH770. Superb TV. Really love it but fancy a 55inch. Would this be a downgrade though? It's not as bright, and doesn't have Dolby Vision. But, on the other hand, I had an ambilight TV before and liked it!!!


This is now £440

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