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LG 55SM8500PLA 55 Inch UHD 4k LED TV Black with Freeview + Free Vivanco HDMI Cable - £499 Delivered @ RGB Direct
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Thanks to @apur32 for his find the other day (now expired) this is slightly cheaper and an brilliant piece for this particular set. The Best LED TV from LG - NanoCell TV is LGs … Read more

Sorry buddy, £35 for postage is ridiculous


Oh well, thanks anyway (y)


You can't, didn't spot that, good shout, expired


How do you get free delivery? Is it dependent on your postcode? Says £34.95 postage for me (Leicester) ;(



LG 55UM7400PLB 55 Inch UHD 4k LED TV Black with Freeview + Free HDMI Cable - £379 With Code @ RGB Direct
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Live in Wonder with LG AI TV LG AI TV expands your TV viewing experience with both Google Assistant and Alexa. 4K Resolution - A New Standard for High Definition Experience more… Read more

I dunno I got a notification on my 7400plb saying it had been added to the store on Friday


Past week? Disney+ has been on LG since release?


Fairly pricey on the P&P. Says £35 for me 😔


Great TV this for the price 🔥🔥


Can anyone comment that this model vs um7050 Whats better?

Hisense H55U7BUK U7B 55 Inch TV Smart 4K Ultra HD LED Freeview HD 4 HDMI Dolby - £455.05 (using voucher) @ AO eBay
02/06/2020Expires on 02/06/2020Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Already £479 but this seems to make it the cheapest so far. Great TV for this price, very slim. From AO too so there's potential for a price match there.

Anyone know the width of the stand?


Understood mate but your post says "cheapest so far", I was mearly pointing out this isn't the case and maybe changing to cheapest currently out there :)


Exactly that, you'd need a time machine. It's still listed at £399 but there's no stock from all the stores I tried.


Agreed. I got the Costco one through my works scheme, so was actually £360.


OP, just a quick correction to your call out of cheapest so far. Costco had it at 399 last month also with a 5 year warranty. Appreciate you'd need a time machine etc etc but it has been a decent amount cheaper

Philips 70PUS6724 70" Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra Freeview Play for £645.05 delivered @ AO / eBay
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Combining a 70 inch screen with Ambilight technology, the Philips 70PUS6724 delivers the cinema to your front room. Use code PRODUCT5 at checkout. + Free delivery + 2 years guaran… Read more
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Im waiting for an ambilight 75inch... might have to go for 6754 when the price is lower than £900. Deeplu considered the 65pus8204 but decided i wont be happy with 65inch instead of 75


How good is this TV as I have a 55PUS7334 which is 1700ppi but this only has 1200ppi and wondered what the picture is like. I was considering getting a 65PUS8204 which has 1900ppi for £650 anybody give any pros and cons on getting the 70" over the 65" apart from obvious size difference


Payed 659 on richer sounds last month, good deal

Philips Ambilight 50PUS6754 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play - £359 With Code @ Richer Sounds
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Price is using code TV10 and delivered 🚚 3-sided Ambilight for picture immersion Ambilight technology is unique to Philips. It makes the screen appear much wider—and… Read more

This is what you should be looking for - it drastically affected my gaming. Hope it helps


I bought one if these last Xmas, all good for playing PS4 pro in 4k, not seen any of the ghosting people have mentioned. Ambilight is really nice. Viewing angles may be an issue for some so check that.


Doesn't it have a 'Game' mode? Turn off ultra smooth motion and noise reduction too


Uhm in going to try changing hdmi port


Free movies? I’m guessing via a not so legal app on Android?

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Hisense H55U7BUK (2019) ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play, Black/Silver - £479 delivered @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
This tv was out of stock in John lewis, came back in stock today. 5 year guarantee. VA Panel, Edge Lit LED, Dolby Vision, 8bit + FRC Unlock the beauty of the ULED screen with the… Read more

Sure .Daft think is it takes about 30 seconds to return .They are not interested in much detail you just say you don't like it, eg too big ,small ,ugly etc and they give you a collection date and say money returned in 48 hrs from arrival . Shame your sister fell out as it's really is no hassle .


I don't think they have any right to insist anything considering you have paid the retailer and your contract is with them not the manufacturer. I would remind them their obligation and if they fail to sort it out, you could always call your credit card company and start the dispute process and claim a refund from your credit card company providing you have paid minimum £100 of purchase by credit card.


Yes, I know but when the retailer insists on speaking to the manufacturer as they refuse to arrange a call out unless everyone speaks to the helpline first.


Your guarantee for the first 12 months is actually with the retailer not Hisense. You should have chased the retailer.


Yeah, we bought online but it almost caused a family feud using my sister's account so that kind of made the whole thing more difficult. You can pick your TVs but you can't pick your family. :)

LG OLED55C9PLA (2019) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play/Freesat HD, Dolby Atmos & Free 5 Year Warranty £1199 @ C&M
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LG’s C9 combines 4K HDR cinema screen design with advanced AI to further enhance both picture and sound. Perfect Colour on Perfect Black ensures real-world colour and contrast, whi… Read more

what I did was do some price research on models using pricespy first 1/2 2018 I was looking for 2 things, the price profile of TV's and the low points in the cycle. TV are on a 1 year cycle as the new models get released the old models get sold off They start high and go down over time. typically there are a few price points of interest like black Friday. Jan sales... when I looked the best prices were mid year after release of the new models but stock varied a lot. Some well recommended models can sell out and often JL/RS go first as people price match. Sometimes a model will run for a second year or there is lots of tail stock There was a Panasonic model that was a good TV but no one liked the stand, in the end it looked like John Lewis got all the stock(400+) to sell on. TX-58DX802B I did a few LED sets as was, still not set on OLED at that time anyway looking at pricespy for Lg 55 B&C series C9 started at £2,500 and has hovered at £1,200/£1,300 since Oct 2019 C8 started at £3k dropped to £1,300-£1,600 OCt 2018 and crept down over 2019/2020 to £1k C10 new £1,700 B series has followed similar patterns, you also have the issue of utility, you could get the TV now and start enjoying it or hang on for the extra £100 off and could be waiting a while.


Can you please explain this to my wife :D


On pricing when I was looking 2018 it became fairly clear that during the yearly TV cycles £1.1k(ish)+-£100 was the low point for a 55" OLED, I went Pani over LG in June bases on the out of the box reviews. 2019 55" OLED also bottomed out around the £1k mark Not been watching so close this year but if the supply is right and the new models come out on time(covid could be messing up everything) then I think £1k (maybe slightly lower) is the bottom again. it is a product where each generation they can still add a bit to keep demand at the £1k+ level. Lower down the market there is a lot more price pressure so there tends to be bargains as they sell off the stock. Most of my TV seem to last 10y+, the move to the 55" was a size upgrade from the 10yo 42" Plasma which still worked. if you do the calculation on a £1k TV calculation with the 6y RS warranty £1k/(52*6)= £3.20/week for the cost of a pint you can get weeks worth of quality viewing on a 55" OLED or spend 1/2pt on a LED No Brainer.


So, all stores of Crampton & Moore and their central warehouse have sold out of LG OLED55C9PLA? Blimey, what a difference £100 off makes! John Lewis have sold 62 in the past 48 hours. These things are flying off the shelves! :o


Richer Sounds ‘Price Beater’ will match the Costco price and also deduct an additional £20 for TVs over £1000. It’s not as good as the John Lewis £100 e-gift card but it’s better than nothing and you’ll also have one additional year of warranty (6-years vs John Lewis’ 5-years).

Toshiba 65 Inch Smart 4K TV with HDR, Freeview Play, Works with Alexa - £399 delivered @ Argos
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Good size for the price (y) Bring the cinema to your living room with this 65 Inch Toshiba smart TV. Boasting a crisp LED screen and 4K Ultra HD resolution, you'll get a great … Read more

Mine came today, took it out the box and it’s smashed in 4 places


Anything less than 50 inches please


Its a good TV for the price. I bought my 58 inch for 330 quid off eBay through AO a year ago, so far so good. The sound provided by Onkyo is very good for me. The bad things however, are the viewing angle, the brightness level, 4K only at 30 fps and the inbuilt alexa feature doesnt work well. All in all, for the price point the picture quality is decent and the sound too.


Vestel make them, apart from Sharp (made by UMC). They aren't as bad as people around here like to make out. Vestel are one of the largest TV manufacturers in the world. For the price they usually offer great value. I've got 3 (2 Toshiba's, 1 Hitachi) in addition to a Samsung. In the last 3 years I've returned 2 Samsung's (1 had dark patches develop on the screen, the replacement failed with its power supply after 3 months), and 1 Philips, which was returned because the Android /Freeview Play OS is a complete mess that barely worked. I had a Sanyo 32" Vestel prior to that, sold it after 9 years.


Vestel is made in Turkey, this model is vestel

Used 55" Sony KD55XE8396BU 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview HD Smart Android LED TV £319.99 at ElectronicWorldTV
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
***Please note: This item is supplied with a few marks on the screen. There are some on the surface and some external marks. Please see attached photos for more details***

Do these normally go for £1k used?




Out of stock


Some you can't see when the TV is on in fairness. Obviously depends how bad it is.


Marks on the screen..... on a TV sort of a fundamental issue?

Panasonic TX-55GZ950B 55 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV Freeview Play Refurbished £854.99 @ Panasonic / eBay
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Our premium OLED televisions are both tuned and used by Hollywood experts as part of the post-production picture sign-off process. THX was founded by legendary filmmaker George Lu… Read more

Future proof in terms of HDMI bullet points yes. Picture quality is another matter, there are compromises when in HDR, near black levels etc.


Nowt to thank me for but you welcome nonetheless mate, I come from the angle of having been someone who was eyeing up the GZ2000 for months and months waiting for the right price drop to bite but eventually came round to opting for the C9 because it was as future proof as is available right now on the gaming front.


Thanks @MRP & @SpeakEnglish for explaining. I have a soft spot for Panasonic stuff, currently got a TX40C680b and have been keeping an eye on oled for a while. Whilst I can fit a 55 inch TV it does involve pulling the TV cabinet out into the room so ideally I'm waiting for more 50 inch OLEDs to join the ranges. Saying that I love a bargain and having the TV stand pulled foreward isn't the end of the world. It's good to have more insight as to the differences, I used to be very up on TVs but stopped following somewhere around the death of plasma, mainly to preserve my wallet (lol)


Depends. Panasonic havent bothered with 120hz so far and their smart tv is much more basic (but to the point). Buying a 4k tv for HDMI 2.1 is mostly a box ticking aspect. Zero games have been announced with HDMI 2.1 features. Only one game with 120hz announced (likely at 1080p which actually puts it in the HDMI 2.0 category) with a 4K at 60 mode. Developers will priroritse their 4K 30 and 60hz games for obvious reasons. The main feature of HDMI 2.1 will be 8K playback and no one will support HDMI 2.1 fully until after the coinsoles are released. What you will get with the GZ950 is one of the absolute best picture quality out of any TV (Ahead of any LG) to date. Superior near black handling, better motion, HDR handling to conisistency across all modes. This TV is also fully calibrated out of the box! Nothing to tweak in terms of colour etc (peace of mind). which is a huge deal(and peace of mind) in this price range.


U can add a 3 year warranty for £45 with the Sony..

Sony Bravia KD55XG8196 (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 55" with Freeview HD & Youview 6 Year Guarantee £507 at Richer Sounds
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Add both Code's to save £92 u can Also Save £400 on this Panasonic Soundbar £199 with any 4ktv (y) Take your viewing to the… Read more

Maybe someone didnt know the code stacking was actually a glitch!


Yeah the surround on the Philips is grey/graphite colour which doesn't really go with all the black appliances in my kitchen so think I'll keep waiting.


It would seem they've rectified the stack benefit :(


Thanks for the email. There has been an error with the website accepting two codes at once. You should be only able to use one or the other and they are currently working to switch this off. Only the current SONYSTREAM72 should be valid against this TV. Because this is an error on the website it has not affected our own .ie website. Vouchers working on our .ie website are correct. I hope this is of help. No additional discount for us then!


Done the same myself, awaiting reply. I think it's between the Sony and the Philips for myself. Just inclined to stick with the Philips PUS8204 for £450 as i was very impressed withe the PUS 6704. If they don't get back to us in time (offer on until tomorrow), i'll not be too disappointed

LG 65UM7660PLA UM7660 65 Inch TV Smart 4K Ultra HD LED Freeview HD and Freesat - £569.05 Delivered @ AO Ebay
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Great amount of TV for the price in my opinion. Display Type UHD Screen Size (in.) 65 Resolution 3840 x 2160 IPS Panel Yes Viewing Angle Wide Viewing Angle BLU Type … Read more

Does anyone have the 65SM8050 model? Is it any good?


I just posted the same picture on the AO website (:I


I've given heat, but the PLA is the twin legs, PLB is the single leg with the curved base stand.


got mine last month from reliant electricial , same price . very good tv , fast load time’s , hdr and 4k on netflix displays perfectly . would recommend


Same price with code LGTV5 (y)

Sony Bravia KD49XH8196 (2020) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 49 inch with Freeview HD - £699 @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
£100 off the 2020 model. Best price reduction. Some retailers are offering £72 off but with 5 year guarantee pretty good Product code: 82441006 Sony’s XH81 combines superb 4K HD… Read more

I have this model and it’s an awesome tv


Good thing with new models 2020 especially the entry xh 80 series they include the x1 procceessor, compared the previous xg80 which has the x reality pro engine. They also include a faster chipset to.

TCL 50EP668 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR PRO with Freeview Play and Smart TV 3.0 £269.89 delivered at Costco
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Features - 4K UHD, with HDR Pro, HDR10, HLG - Freeview HD - Pure Image Ultra HD - 5 Year Warranty Included

Read some reviews about this set. Has bad colours and micro dimming problems where dark scenes become unwatchable.


Hopefully you have a store nearby selling at the same price (y)


Great price but too small for the missus she likes a big un! :S


Out of stock :(


TCL licences Alcatel brand for mobile

LG 65UM7050PLA 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV With HDR and Freeview Play (2020 model)- £550 with code @ AO
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Good price for the 2020 model 4K TV. Thank you @Hotnotspicy for the code (y) Every seat will be the best seat in the house with this 65-inch LG smart 4K TV that provides a … Read more

Is this tv any good? I’m useless with technology but was looking at this last week


The 65um7510PLA was 550 the other day


This isn't a 2020 set, it's rolled over from 2019 (The 2019 models are M and the 2020 models are N). You can verify this because LG haven't renewed their deal with Freeview Play so 2020 models don't have it.


hope this comes with a 5 year guarantee, cos neither of my previous lg tele`s have lasted more than 3 years. (devil)


Cool thank you.

LG 70UM7100PLA 70" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR10, True Colour Accuracy and Freeview Play £627.95
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Live in wonder with intelligence. The LG UM71 UHD TV With 4K active high-dynamic-range technology utilises an colour Enhancer and Ultra Surround sound to deliver mesmerising film e… Read more

What a shame that my old TV still running... (annoyed)


I don't remember, sorry.


will try. do you know if it covers accidental cover as well?


Yes, you can select it when you go through the checkout.


anyone knows if Ao provide accidental breakdown cover? don't want to buy big tv without the cover, have already claimed one broken tv on home insurance :-(

Hisense H50B7100UK (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" with Freeview Play, Black £269.85 @ Currys / eBay
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See every detail in stunning 4K HDR with Hisense’s B7100. High Dynamic Range enhances colour and contrast for a more realistic picture, with Clean View technology, and DTS surround… Read more

I thought that as well but you get the deal for 6x Nectar points and it a extra £25, taking the price down to this


Shouldn't the price be £285.05p with product5 code or am I missing something here?


Im in the same boat bought the jvc fire tv last week and it got delivered broken. I've been trying for a week to get through to them just to be put on hold for hours at a time and then be hung up on. Haven't had a reply at all from the ebay store and I'm nearly £300 out of pocket.


I was literally trying to find a deal for this earlier this morning since my wall can only accom a TV with lesd than 112cm width.


Use the youtube app on the tv,plenty of calibration videos on it. They just provide various images for adjusting brightness and contrast etc. You’d be amazed how many people are watching tv and playing games and missing out on detail in dark scenes!

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