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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
LG OLED55BX6LB (2020) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55 inch with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, £889 at RGBDirect ebay
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Posted 17 h, 57 m agoPosted 17 h, 57 m ago
The BX features LG’s supremely innovative OLED technology, for outstanding picture quality so you can enjoy your favourite films and sport like never before. Dolby Atmos sound unit… Read more
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matwalaboy

Still available - might want to unexpire OP.

NoNamesLeftWhy

obligatory only has 1 year warranty, still a decent price though

Hisense Roku 50 Inch R50A7200UK Smart 4K HDR LED Freeview TV942, with 3 months AppleTV+ for £349 + free C&C @ Argos
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Argos's Lowest Price Model number: R50A7200GTUK. 2021 model. Dimensions and Weight Screen size: 50 inches. Size of TV H64.8, W111.6, D8.2cm. Size of TV with stand: H70.9,… Read more
chancooluk

Yes, Freeview play is included.

John59

Do these have Freeview Play? I have this on my Android TV and I would never be without it now. Also I have Retroarch on the Android TV with Koidi. I know the interface can be slow but the control you get is really very good.

LadyEleanor

The chipsets on Philips tend to be very old as are on many TVs. Rather than buy new, a fast plugin, like the Fire Stick can sometimes be better.

chancooluk

Android TV is the least reliable and the most sluggish in my experience of using the OS. The Philips Android TV I had was unbearably slow and often would not come out of standby without a power cycle.

irontamoor

Thank you, accouding to argos it was 650 now 550

Refurbished Panasonic TX-55HZ980B (2020) 55" 4K UHD Smart OLED TV HDR Freeview Play C Grade £629.99 delivered @ outlet-returns.shop /ebay
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
All our C Grade refurbished items come with a 3 month guarantee and are in full working condition, but will have noticeable marks such as scratches, dents or signs of handling and … Read more
ady1234uk

I got a much better deal from the Argos clearance a Sony bravia kd65af8 oled for £469

RickyWong

Doesn’t sound good at all!

_sion

Neither does the fact it'll have scratches and dents.

RickyWong

Only 3 months warranty. That doesn’t sound good.

Refurbished LG OLED55GX6LA 55" SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV Freeview HD C Grade £759.99 delivered @ outlet-returns,shop/ ebay
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
All our C Grade refurbished items come with a 3 month guarantee and are in full working condition, but will have noticeable marks such as scratches, dents or signs of handling and … Read more
SteBowker

I mate lesson learned, the cheek of it asking me to pay even more money after 2 faulty sets, told them too organise a collection for this TV I’ll have a refund.

JontyMick

Just get a refund mate and save up for a new one. If the price is too good to be true it is for a reason.

SteBowker

DO NOT BUY FROM THIS SELLER! I got an LG OLED 55 CX Grade C from this seller last week for £685, 1st Set arrived with a fault image attached, 2nd set that arrived after an exchange just flickers at random points. Absolutely shocking. Messaged seller for a 2nd time about 2nd set been faulty and they replied they don’t have any more CX models in stock. I pointed out they had a 48” version in stock according to their eBay page and was told I’d need to pay the difference of £132 since it’s on sale at £819. Absolutely shocking service. Wouldn’t recommend them to anyone! Both did turn up looking new but faults say otherwise. I thought it was shocking how they advised me to pay even more money after receiving 2 faulty sets. Joke seller. Edit: After a power hard reset on the 1st set, this fault did disappear but I wasn’t willing to take the chance on this set as that doesn’t look normal to me, looks like a fault cable inside the TV or something. 2nd set even worse just flickers at random points like the screen backlighting is about to go. Poor.

Unsane

Refurbished C grade OLED from eBay with three month warranty. What could possibly go wrong? (horror)

JontyMick

No no and no. Avoid.

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LG OLED55BX6LB (2020) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55 inch with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Dolby Atmos Sound £889.99 at Jacamo
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
The BX features LG’s supremely innovative OLED technology, for outstanding picture quality so you can enjoy your favourite films and sport like never before. Dolby Atmos sound unit… Read more
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DealHunterChaos

I think this is a great deal; however, QLED is not a waste at least if you buy higher end QLEDs. I have both an OLED (Phillips POS9002 only about 20 nits below the CX) and a QLED ( Samsung Q90T). The Q90T is a very good TV. OLED fan boys really do ignore the negitve stuff of OLED and just focus on the "Blackest Blacks" and infinite contrast bit. The problem is the blacks are sometimes too black (Black Crush). OLED can't do near black as well as a well QLED - look it up, it is an inherent problem with the technology. The blacks are very good in the Q90T with minimal blooming - you have to look for it or be ultra sensitive to it. I think the cheaper QLEDs aren't great and do suffer with blooming but I hardly notice it on the Q90T. I personally hate blooming especially from side lit models so would pick up on it. I love both my TVs but for slightly different reasons. There is a reason QLED sets sell and it isn't because people who buy them are all just stupid and conned. There are plenty of professional reviewers who have one for daytime viewing and before someone says "Well modern OLED is quite capable of daytime viewing" etc, so is QLED capable of nighttime viewing. Just each is slightly better in a certain circumstance. Both technologies are maturing and much closer to each other than before.

baldybouncer

Nobody has any reason to waste money on a qled now… oled is so cheap qled should die now along with other lcd displays

schmoog

I got this TV last week to replace a decade-old plasma and it literally blows it out the water. Nightmare to unpack mind you; I chose to lift it using the foam blocks... this panel is so razer thin it made me anxious.

jalaldevil

Odd because if you read your warranty it’ll clearly see screen retention is not covered. Well done for getting it replaced though but I wouldn’t bet for Currys to replace every screen burn TVs.

Panasonic TX65HZ980B 65 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV Freeview Play £1299 with code @ RGB Direct
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Stonkingly good tv with a beautiful OLED panel. Usually £1599 but £300 off at the moment with 5 year warranty. Like a mini cinema screen! Has HDR10 HDR10+ and dolby vision. You ca… Read more
Nautilus186

These TVs have anti burn in functions.They have something called pixel orbiting which moves the pixels slightly on fixed signs/bands etc. They can also dimm the brightness of the logo static band Down. When put in standby they run a screen refresh after so many hours of use which prevents burn in issues thats why you should always leave them on standby. You can run the refresh manually as well. I don't think burn in is a real issues on moderns OLED TVs due to this. Most of the horror stories if you look relate to 2018 and earlier models that did not have this technology built in .

1walkersteven

Does anyone know if this TV has issues with screen burn? Thanks

Angof

We sent it back because it was too big for our room. It was beautiful though, literally like having a cinema in your front room. The image was just out of this world. To my mind at that size, it is a cinema room tv not an everyday family tv, but thats more to do with the size as anything else. We replaced it with the 55” instead which fits the room and went up to tx1500 model which has the same panel, upgraded pro processor, 120hz output, extra upward firing speakers plus a 80w amp in built. When you crank it a bit you get a fairly fairly competent soundscape. I know it would be better to have an external speaker system, but one built into the tv brings house harmony. ;)

Steve353

Fair enough, packaging is unlikely to be refreshed but the seller is obligated to follow the rules. Aside from any energy consumption, how is it?

Angof

When mine arrived the sheet was inside the box and said a rated. I expect a court would not expect a company to retroactively open every box and update the sheet in thousands of items, but simply to ensure stock created after the new law came in was aporopriately labelled.