christmas... anyone mention turkey?
No worries, easy mistake to make!
My mistake it was the 49 inches one.
christmas... anyone mention turkey?
No worries, easy mistake to make!
My mistake it was the 49 inches one.
Richer sounds said they will do it for 369
Yep, and have all your friends laugh at you ;-)
Ok Borat 😁
Vestel, save yourself £50 (possibly more with AO codes) and buy a Techwood 49AO6USB for £329 - essentially the same TV just no HDR.
It is a very nice Hot
Got the HD one Black Friday, delighted with the quality. Even the Apps are responsive.
That was not the same model. It was for a 40FG2241KF which is a 1080p model. Good find OP.
Pay the extra £50 for this https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue40nu7120-40-inch-smart-4k-uhd-tv-29325-wcode-cramptonandmoore-ebay-3138265
These were £179 Black Friday
Coincidence. Just got myself a Philips 7303 amibilight warehouse deal. It's getting delivered faster than TCL are going to get someone to repair their tele
This TV also broke for me after 6 months. Sent back for a refund and got a Philips ambilight instead.
Word of warning. I have the dc748 model TCL. Updated to new software over the air Tuesday evening. When it come to rebooting the Tv. It broke. No software on TV to load. Had to find the TCL contact details from reseller webpages.. as they didn't respond to the online help form. But since Tuesday they gave me a firmware image to copy on usb to load. Still didn't work. They now are scheduling an engineer next week to attend. Just FYI. I would opt for a known bigger brand for my next tele
Same these aren't as good as the US models.
Agreed.. (y) (lol)
It seems like more people agree with your agreement of my disagreement of his disagreement.
Agreed with your disagreement of his disagreement. (y)
Agree to disagree
Guess I'm mad I thought paying a bit extra for this over a Toshiba was a good choice
Had this TV for 2 days now. Its absolutely brilliant for the price
Just ordered one,read through the comments and meets my budget and hopefully will exceed my expectations, thanks for the post heat added.
I meant the HDR on this is a novelty as IMO it doesn't make a huge difference - you need to spend a fair chunk more for a TV that has more capable HDR specs. It's a top notch TV, but I wouldn't recommend it if HDR was the no 1 priority.
Oh don't get me wrong this is a fantastic TV for the price but I think afew the people saying the hdr is just a gimmick are comparing them to higher end tvs with big price tags hence why I think it will be more noticed on £1200+ tvs, the picture on this is absolutely fantastic and for £539 with TCB 10percent bringing it down to £485 it's crazy.
That's what made me pull the trigger as well!
Purchased & voted hot. Thanks for sharing.
I just went on chat with Hughes and the bloke said he didn't believe it did come with 5 year warranty if bought through Ebay. He said to buy through their website
Sony tax at it’s finest! (shock)
it does come with a 5 year warranty. Emailed Hughes. Temped to buy, however no AC wireless connection :/
Am I correct in thinking this hasn’t got vesa fittings on the back?
That looks too good I saw a Star Wars one the other day but this demo destroys even that! Thanks for the link
Been using one for a year or so now and no real issue. Sometimes you turn it on and have to wait 5 seconds before you can go to home or source but I had this issue on a Samsung TV too whilst they boot. I was quite happy especially for the price
Thank you OP (y)
Philips hue strip/light bulbs may be the best option. There are videos on youtube where these lightbulb work in sync with ambilight. Check out this youtube video:
Probably a smaller version, amazon tend to merge the reviews from all sizes
Same price at richer sounds with a 6 year warranty https://www.richersounds.com/tosh-65u6863.html
Nice TV for the money, voted hot (y)
In good ole pantomime style, OH NO IT ISN'T XD
Voted hot for large TV
Any reason why you copied the whole web page including the cookie stuff
Not just that. The C8 supports considerably more codecs than the 802. So if you play rips of your films then the C8 is the one to get. I have lots of films stored on my network in NAS drives; the C8 plays them all no issues. It's also worth noting the LG has a better OS.
Comes down to if you want Dolby Vision which LG has but pretty sure the 802 has been cheaper than this at times at least around black friday for 1300, they were about the same when I got the C8 and I love the stand myself so that helped me pick <3 Heres a great video on the topic, these are the model up only different is these have forward facing speakers so its pretty much 802 vs C8 minus any audio opinions
Question for those who have bought this TV (or any large TV for that matter): Can anyone recommend a fixed bracket? I've been looking online and a lot of these look like they have a slight downwards tilt to the TV once in place. I'm fitting my TV quite low so I want it completely straight when looking head on with no unintentional tilt.
This one or the 802 Panasonic??
How it is for gaming
And Topcashback are offering 8% on Co-op TV 's over a grand.
IPS and edge lit so black levels are grey and cloudy. Good size for the price though. And nothing wrong with Android os if you disable youview
Morion flow 800hz? What’s this
Where was you looking? I’ve seen lots of good reviews..
Thought this was the 9005model but getting there! Heat
lotta money for a non oled tv
How does this one compare to this Philips, Hisense H55A6200UK 55
It wasn’t when I posted (excited)
Is this the model with actual HDR or does this try its best to mimic hdr?
How good is this in 4k? Worth the purchase over the blu ray?
Yeah. John Wick 3 has just finished filming. Release apparently in March/April 2019. Fun movies.
🔥 great deal for 4K but I think I’ll wait until the trilogy is realised as we know there’s a 3rd John Wick in production
Has anyone seen it or bought the Samsung 43NU7470 at all?? It's a tiny bit more expensive but for a silver/gunmetal finish we prefer to the black and supposedly fractionally better pa index and "supreme" dimming as opposed to the original...however I've found at least one reference that this is just a different years name for the same tech... Only looking at Curtis delivery unfortunately as its oos locally...
hi guys, looking to buy a new 55+inch smart 4k TV but dont know too much about them - brand wise is Samsung better than the likes of LG/Toshiba/Hisense?budget is £550 - do we think the below is best i could find? https://www.johnlewis.com/samsung-ue55nu7100-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-55-with-tvplus-360-design-ultra-hd-certified-black/p3519079?s_afcid=af_47868&tmad=c&awc=1203_1543150143_330e09cc8c4dbd5e8635db2ee1da8b28&tmcampid=48 thanks
Not available any more
I agree and have ordered from ebuyer. Great deal for both though, heat added
To the naked eye you can barely see it. If it gets worse over time I will send it back to Costco and get another TV.
Not as bad as the set I had but can still see the banding. The amount you have is alot less noticeable and would keep it as most Tv's will have banding.
Is your one ok?
Some pictures of your results would be good lakesh8602
Anyone know what the interface/app support is like on these?
50" in Tesco for £279
Curry’s stock is online so you have to call them. I had to wait on hold for a while whilst he checked with their pricing team but got there in the end. Amazon’s price has gone up £50 since the deal was posted though
Do you ring currys to price match or go to store?
This is about the right price for the model. Good work though
No problem. I got a good deal on my 49" Bravia back in January because of this site so happy to help. The only issue I have with it is the size, I want a 65" now! lol
Massive thanks to the OP. I wanted a Sony set with 4x HDMI and the stand that was in the middle rather than the diagonal legs that most of the Sony sets have (It needs to sit on my Soundbase) I’ve had this bookmarked all week with a number of retailers hoping for a price drop and here it is. Have got Currys to price match as the warranty is better. Arriving Monday, well chuffed.
Finally decided to pony up and get this TV. Impressions after a week of use as a main TV are good: Picture is fine, sound more than enough for a mid size room and the smart features all work. Delivery from ao went without a hitch inside a working week (didn't need to pay for a specific time). They sent me a link for a £20 off £199+ spend voucher, pm me for the URL as it has my name in it, it's an extra £10 off the sign up voucher and it gives me some kind of reward.
It's not true HDR. But for 4K only it is.
No £20 off anymore from A.O...its £10.
Found this recommendation list on AV forum. it looks like it is the best recommandation for budget 50 inch tv. Was going to go for a Samsung but at over £100 difference I don;t think it is worth it. What worries me is the short warranty (standard 2 years) ''Hisense A6xxx Series - You can find this for as little as £350 and there is little reason to spend more at this size.Philips 6xx3 Series - An alternative if you don't want to buy Hisense. Cheapest in range is £350Samsung NU70xx series - The next best value to the Hisense or Philips £350 models, around £50 more for the same specs. Warning do not buy the 49" versionSamsung NU74xx series - Builds on the NU70xx model with a wide colour gamut but costs £150 more than suggestion 1 and 2 and generally isn't a worthwhile increase in price. .Hisense U7A - This improves on the A6 model range with a wide colour gamut, an extra HDMI 1.4 port but its more expensive and probably not worth it for most people at this size.LG UK6xxx series - Warning only 50" - the 49" models are not using VA panels. About £100-£150 more than the suggestion 1 and 2 but identical in specs. You could get this model if you want LGs great smart TV. ''
I have the opportunity to order this from my local argos. with a prepaid gift card it can come down to 309. Where is it best to order from? Argos or Amazon? Warranty would be the same - 2 years. Any other better deals for 50inch in this price bracket with better warranty?
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