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Sony BRAVIA KD55XE7073 55 inches 4k HDR tv £559 with code at Currys
25/12/2018Expires on 25/12/2018Found 5 h, 19 m agoFound 5 h, 19 m ago
1 in 20 to get this free £20 discount with voucher Product features 4K Ultra HD Certified with HDR Catch-up TV & 4K Streaming Picture quality: Motionflow XR 400 Hz Freevi… Read more

I brought the KD55XE7093 which is the 2017 Amazon exclusive version of this TV, but in black instead of silver (paid £550 in their deals of the day promo at the end of November). I have to say I’m impressed for the price. Sure, it’s no OLED or QLED, but for the price it’s a Sony Bravia and you can’t really go wrong. I don’t know if it’s a true 10bit screen - don’t think it is, but not sure what difference that makes to be honest. I’d read reviews saying that it makes standard def pictures worse than a HDTV, but didn’t find this to be true at all. I have standard def Sky and the picture is better on this than my old 49” Samsung LCD. Anything I’ve played in 4K has been off of the built-in YouTube app and looks great. It doesn’t have the android interface that some of the more expensive models have, so you can sideload apps, but it has Amazon, Netflix, YouTube etc all built in already (and anything else I can get using my firestick anyway). 4K gaming looks great on my PS4 Pro, and Blu-Rays looks great too. Ive not tried 4K Blu-Rays. If you’re coming from an older non-4K tv, then this will be a step up. I have a friend who has a Hisense 50” 4K tv, and is day my picture is much better than his. I don’t notice much, if any, ghosting, and the tv has a host of picture options and tweets to play around with. I can’t comment on the sound quality, as I use a soundbar, but wouldn’t think it’s all that great seeings how thin the tv is. All in all, at this price it’s a pretty good deal in my opinion.


I guess this one ( https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-tx50ex750b-50-4k-ultra-hd-smart-led-tv-579-with-code-co-op-electrical-2940799 ) is better buy for almost same price!


Any good for 4k movies and youtube?

60 4k HDR TV £619 with code @ Currys
30/09/2018Starts at 30/09/2018Found 19th MayFound 19th May
1 in 20 to get this for free 4K HDR TV

Hisense 5600 for people who want to know what make and model this TV is.


The symbol you're looking for is " ;)


That's a lot of TVs for the money.

LG 49UJ630V - 49" 4K HDR TV with Web OS, Freeview & FreeSat HD - £349 (with code) @ RGB Direct
Found 19th MayFound 19th May
Use code SAVE50 to reduce the price of this down to £349. Ultra HD 4K resolution - a depth of detail; Ultra HD 4K resolution is four times that of full HD producing brilliant … Read more

I didn't manage to get a price match either. I might just hold on for more deals closer to the start of the world cup. What do you think?


Unlucky mate. Maybe they have cottoned on now!? I suspect a lot of us would have submitted the price match request.


JL wouldn't accept price match for me :(


maybe john lewis are happy to get shot of these kiddy on 4k tvs (lol)


No offence meant, sorry!

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Panasonic 65 4k hdr tv £899.99 Delivered @ Costco
Found 19th MayFound 19th May
65ex700b down in price at costco to 899 hdr 4k and 5 year warranty...extra 100 discount applied at checkout..foesnt imclude membership

The Panasonic Neo Panels used were from Pioneers leftovers and the technicians from Pioneer moved over to Panasonic when Pioneer decided to stop producing televisions. My 8th Gen Kuro still kicks butt especially on the legendary black levels compared to the LED'S LCD'S that people currently have. SamsDung and other tripe Brands couldn't come anywhere near the top Pioneer and Panasonic sets!!!!!!


Havnt Panasonic gone down the pan? They made the best sets at the end of the plasma generation, the gt60 and vt sets were the best quality picture i had seen. 10/10 sets, reference quality. Eclipsed the pioneer kuro sets. That was 5 years ago. I think my gt60 plasma still looks better than the mother in laws brand new 4k all singing all dancing Samsung set.


Short answer is no.. http://eng.faq.panasonic.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/37674/~/do-panasonic-tv-models-support-dolby-vision%3F


Same price at RGB direct with £100 off code. You should be able to get John Lewis to pricematch.


Does this tv have Dolby Vision?

LG 43" Ultra HD 4K HDR TV - 43UJ651V - £329 @ Sky Accessories
Found 4th MayFound 4th May
LG 43” Ultra HD 4K HDR TV - 43UJ651V

Is this any good for Xbox one x


Yep, HDR


Totally agree, many of the deals 'promoted' on the WhatsApp alert haven't even gone hot. :/


Is it hdr ? Or just 4K thought hdr was only on premium TVs


Thought same, alnost (poo) myself when i saw THAT price!! Still stonking price tho for a 4k tv am i right? (party)

50 Panasonic TX-50EX700B 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD Smart LED HDR TV - Clearance - Mark on the screen - £379.99 @ ElectronicWorldTV
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
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£120 cheaper from a brand new one with 6 year's warranty. That's up to the consumers to make the decision. I have voted it hot.


Go on somebody buy the stupid thing


Don't forget the completely different stand it's supplied with. This is a stupid deal


I hope this goes freezing cold. Just for the cheek of putting such a mis leading title


Less hits though if you mention its damaged...

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Hisense H49N5500 N Series 49 Inch Smart LED TV 4K with HDR £314.10 w/code @ AO eBay
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
Hisense H49N5500 49 inch 4k tv for £314.10 using code P10MAY Free delivery and comes with a 2 year warranty Certified 4k Ultra HD with 4k upscaling HDR with streaming Sm… Read more

Yeah.. But... Shiny new thing! I get what your saying. If I was replacing a broken one... I'd have got the Sony straight away... But when I don't actually 'need' it... I'll wait.


I honestly wouldn't bother. Your 8 year old Sony will likely have a better picture in SD and HD than a budget 4K TV.


Or Hisense H50N5300 for £352. What are the differences in these models, very confusing.


My daughter got this a few months back for £299 and she loves it....


This one or the H50N5900 for £45 more?

Samsung QE55Q8C 55 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD Premium HDR 1500 Smart QLED TV (6 Year Guarantee) £1299 with Code @ Richer Sounds
Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Best price I've seen for this model over £1499 elsewhere! Use code FLASH200 to bring the price down to £1299 was £1499 Samsung QE55Q8C features include: 55-inch UHD LED-backli… Read more

No it ain't that: I just rang Nottingham fishing for that FLASH200 code to get applied to Q8F and they weren't having none of it, the geezer said they still got loads of curved Q8's in warehouse stock but the flat Q8's are as good as gone with only a few individual shops having the odd one or two. Perhaps these might drop even further than this current 1300 quid ticket, if they got that many they're still stuck with it would seem rather likely.


@belvaz - where did you see it for that price? It's showing as 2199 on Richer Sounds.


Well said.


As @Aretak has already said be it Sony, Panasonic, Philips or whoever if the telly is OLED Lucky Goldstar manufactured the panel. As for 'competitively priced' I've been shouted down by the 'workers united' brigade on here and firmly told not everyone can afford bigger brand televisions when questioning the wisdom of buying 600 quid Hisense sets on here so they would firmly inform you 1300 quid televisions are the domain of self entitled millionaires (skeptical)


Not in the TV realm though. All OLED TVs use panels manufactured by LG Display. Samsung are the biggest producer of OLED panels there is, but have to pretend that they don't believe in the technology when it comes to TVs because LG's patents stop them making them for their TVs. It's silly. All very subjective stuff. People say that OLED's brightness isn't great, yet they get brighter than all but the very, very best LED-lit TVs from the past couple of years (at least when not displaying a full field white test pattern). If you own a mid-range or slightly older LCD TV, it almost certainly doesn't come close to OLED's peak brightness. Yet people point at light cannons like the XE93 as if they're the standard for LCD TVs, and they're just not. As for "smashes OLED massively in the HDR fight"... just nonsense really. HDR isn't only about peak brightness and specular highlights. Contrast plays a massive role in effective HDR, and OLEDs smash massively any LCD TV ever made in that comparison. Some of the most effective uses of HDR are for contrast between very bright objects in very dark surroundings, and no technology does that better than OLED, with the deepest blacks and no backlight blooming. The best TV for HDR changes from scene to scene, let alone between different content. And QLED is an overpriced joke, frankly. The Sony LCDs from the XE93 upwards provide a far, far better HDR experience, with much better local dimming and higher peak brightness in real scenes, rather than test patterns. The QLEDs have extremely unimpressive measured peak brightness on anything except test patterns. The very best QLED from 2017, the Q9F, measures just 690 nits in a real scene, despite hitting over 1400 nits on a test pattern. https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/qled-q9f-q9#comparison_1675 That's only 20 nits more than the B7 OLED manages in the same test. https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/b7-b7a-oled#comparison_1675 The XE93 manages 1442 nits in the same real scene test, incidentally. I guess QLED's great if you sit around watching test patterns all day though. None of this is to say that you should absolutely buy an OLED, incidentally. There are plenty of other valid concerns about the technology, including screen burn. But at least buy a TV that's actually going to deliver what you want, if massive brightness is what you crave above all else. Because there's nothing funnier than hearing QLED owners ramble on about how bright their TV is and how they chose it over an OLED because OLED's so dim, when in fact there's a gnat's fart between them in actual content.

Sony KD55XE9305 55" 4K UHD HDR TV £1249 @ Richersounds
Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Use voucher code FLASH150. Fantastic tv with no direct replacement for 2018.

Thank you very much. It’s so glad to hear. (y)


Wow thank you very much for the explanation. I didn’t know that before. Cheers.(y)


Haha thanks, I realised this when I collected it from Richer Sounds, I needed the bloke to help me to the car 😁. No, you are right...I wont even get to open mine until couple of months due to moving, it's heart breaking!


I just checked with an old Digital Foundry video, Battlefield 1 has a controller input latency of 56ms and the lowest fps game seems to be CoD Infinte Warfare at 39ms, so I think it's safe to say anything under 50ms is ok. Even on a 10ms monitor you'll be getting 56ms response from the game. I just thought I'd add that in as people forget about the controller side of lag.


It has one of the best built in set of speakers you can get, but personally I would spend a fair amount on an amp and speakers if I were to buy a £1249 tv.

Philips 50PUS6272/05 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR & Ambilight 3-sided £409 @ Amazon
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Cracking deal - the cheapest price this TV has been. Perfect timing - not even disappointed about the Ebuyer Samsung cancellation, as I preferred this TV anyway!
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I bit the bullet and went for this for £368 from ao's ebay page! There's a couple left last time I checked if anyone wants to grab it. The 55" is also available for ~£460. The comments about the panel put me off it a bit, and I don't need 55, so this was a happy medium.


I can get this from Argos for £409 with a voucher I have - where would offer better support in the event of a problem? Thanks.


AO have price matched it with free next day delivery: https://ao.com/product/50pus627205-philips-tv-silver-54251-108.aspx


Thanks community i needed a new tv and this seems brill at a price im willing to pay, i just got back the £400 i payed for my sharp 3d tv as it was faulty, had 6 month left on my 5yr plan that came with it, so im buzzing today, this is a good upgrade, roll on wednesday when it comes, 😁😁😁


What I've read as the best settings are... Turn off noise reduction. Turn off eco contrast setting. For the picture enhancement setting turn on movie preset. Slight increase in Colour and Sharpness set to 2. Take a few points off Contrast, Video Contrast and Brightness. Colour Enhancement on Minimum, Colour Temperature at Normal, and the Contrast Mode on Optimised. For HDR... Set to HDR Vivid mode. Take some points off Colour and turn off Noise Reduction, MPEG Artefact Reduction and Motion Styles.

Samsung UE55MU6400 55 inch Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV - £589 @ Crampton & Moore
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Price match at John Lewis for £589 with 5 year warranty (extra at Crampton & Moore)

Is that deal still live?


Ouch!! Oh well it cost me £40 in total as John Lewis refunded me a total of £549 for an older Samsung that was 3.5 years old that they couldn't get parts for but was still under warranty. So impressed with John Lewis!


About one or two weeks ago this same set was going cheap at £450 or just under.


How come so cold??!

Samsung UE50MU6120 HDR 4K Smart TV 50" - £439 price match at John Lewis 5 year warranty
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Specs in deal link. First deal in a good few years, but thought it's worth sharing before prices change (learnt the hard way). Basically my Hisense 49M3000 nearing the end of it's … Read more

DO NOT BUY FROM JOHN LEWIS expecting a price match. Just been refused as since January your cheaper store has to be within 8 miles of a J.L store


Cheers for the reply. I'm also in Northern Ireland and genuinely amazed it can take such a large company over a week from "despatch" to deliver here. Hopefully I'll get a call tomorrow, I'll just have to put up with my tiny bedroom TV for few more days! (annoyed)


I ended up phoning them and they weren't terribly helpful, other than having to wait at least 7 working days. Because I'm in Northern Ireland, it takes a lot longer apparently (yet Amazon can still do next day delivery?). I got a call from the delivery people today and it's coming on Wednesday.


Did you manage to get anywhere with customer service? I'm in pretty much the same situation (annoyed)


I got this TV from John Lewis for £324 at Christmas.

Samsung 65" Curved 4K MU6500 HDR TV! £901.32 @ Ebuyer ( £9.99 Del = £911.31 total )
Found 26th MarFound 26th Mar
65" Samsung! UHD Resolution Smart TV Curved Design Freeview Built in WiFi 5/5 from nearly all user reviews do i bite or do i not!! £9.99 delivery added.....
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Wow, there's no need to be so rude. Can you not see that MU6500 at £911 and MU9000 at £1000, makes the MU6500 cold relative to the MU9000. Here's my deal for the same TV you've posted: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue65mu6500-65-mu6500-curved-ultra-hd-hdr-smart-tv-839-prc-direct-2868273?page=1#comments-last That was for £839 vs this deal at £911 and my deal was many months ago. That's another reason why I think this deal is cold. I'm not insulting you or having a go at you, I just think baring many things in mind this deal is cold. Many people actually say whenever you vote cold you should give a reason, but with people like you around I don't think anyone should bother. I posted the MU7000 for more than the MU9000 because I didn't see the MU9000 deal, people pointed that out and to be honest I couldn't care less and I certainly didn't and wouldn't call people names due to me posting a less than hot deal. That deal btw got to 227 degrees and I don't think that's very hot and in truth with the MU9000 being cheaper was actually a very poor deal, but you keep protecting your precious deal like a baby and insult people who comment on the deal.


Oh dear, it did get hot, 90+ degrees and besides most genuine users of this site dont do it for front page views, they do it to help out other genuine users of the site... i really dont understand why your so bitter about it, why not go have a lie down and chill out.... what a douche!


Well it didn't reach 100 degrees and get on the front page, so not very hot. I'm sure I posted this TV for cheaper a while ago. If its MU6500 for £911 and MU9000 for £1000, you would have to be mad to get the 6500.


And yet its not, hmmm, maybe your "opinion" isnt shared by other discerning users who know a bargain when they see one eh?


There is no comparison between this and the MU9000 (which is a tiny bit more expensive), so this really should be freezing cold.

Sony KD-49XE9005BU 49" Ultra HD 4K HDR TV - Free Sony 5YG - £929 @ Hifi Confidential
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Sony KD-49XE9005BU 49" Ultra HD 4K HDR TV with free Sony 5 year guarantee. With the Latest Sony KD-49XE9005BU See brilliant 4K HDR pictures full of contrast, detail and clarity, a… Read more

sorry i mis read title


This is the price that the 55 inch should be...




Argos have never held the 9005 in stock... the 689 is for the 8005...


argos have 55 inch version for 689

HiSense H55N6800 - £575.98 instore @ Costco (Edinburgh)
LocalLocalFound 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Are costco deals allowed on here?? Seen this today in Costco Edinburgh, ive been hovering over this or going the extra mile for the Sony 55XE9005, but at this price ... Decent en… Read more
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This has an 8 bit panel with FRC. For anyone who is wondering.

*reduced further* Sony KD43XD8088BU 43 Inch 4K TV - £404.99 @ Argos eBay (Brand New)
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
***Price dropped by a further £45*** The black version of the silver 40xd8077SU posted here at the same time. Brand New - 12 month warranty. 2016 model. Black frame. VA Panel (b… Read more



now 404,99


Depends on what you mean by that really. It's a true RGB 4K panel and can accept a HDR signal, but it has no local dimming and a fairly low peak brightness of ~400 nits, so the impact of it is going to be pretty limited. It'd probably be better to think of it as a good SDR TV, which is going to probably be 90% of the content that you view on it anyway.] As for as close as it could be at this price point - yes.


So is this true 4K HDR or as close as it can be at this price? 🙃


Looks a decent price at a good price - heat for me (y)

LG 55UJ630V 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR tv WITH 6 YEARS WARRANTY INCLUDED WITH CODE £499 @ RicherSounds
Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
https://www.richersounds.com/tv-projectors/4k-ultra-hd-tvs/lg-55uj630v.html USE CODE FLASH30 49 inch model for £399 USE CODE FLASH50 https://www.richersounds.com/lg-49uj630v.ht… Read more

I love ours. Only thing is if you’re not going to fit it on a wall you’ll need a very big table, or buy a stand like we did


Got this TV from Very for £449 ....it is a Great display and very nice model indeed.I am so tempted to send it back and get this for the 6 years warranty included , for £50 extra it is a no brainier really , But knowing me ....I will just end up not bothering now. For the price it is an Excellent Deal. Best Regards,


Sooooo tempted. (fierce)

Samsung UE40MU6400 40" Smart 4K HDR TV -Silver ( 6 Payments of £71.50 % APR ) £429 @ AO.com
Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
0% Finance for 6 months Interest free credit available on this product. APR 0% 6 Payments of £71.50 Total payable £429.00 1.5% TOPCASHBACK = £6.43 AO Aftercare Protection p… Read more
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Ok not sure how many examples you want but thanks to this site I’ve had Bluetooth speakers for 100% off. Phone case for 100% off. Sonos set up for £600 and those are just the deals I’ve been lucky enough to come across on here. Point is misprices do occur and sometimes get honoured. I’m never one to feel those deals have to be honoured but nor do I feel I need to be ‘sectioned’ to think that they might get honoured.


I knew that was going to be the example, pity I couldn't place a bet on it. A) massive one off B) Pretty sure that still wasn't 84% off


settlement fee of £29 applies to bnpl option. The option for finance I have posted via this deal or others, you have make login go to basket and then the option shows up and reads like this: Payment BreakdownAPR0% Monthly payment£71.50 Total payable£429 Please note that stock won’t be allocated or delivered until your application has been accepted and electronically signed. If your selected delivery date or timeslot have passed before your electronic signature is received, we’ll contact you to arrange a new slot. Finance Terms and Conditions If your application is successful, you may be asked to verify your identity by authorising a 50p transaction against a credit or debit card that you own. This helps protect you and us against fraudulent finance contracts. No money will be taken from your card, the details are only used to check that they are valid and registered to your address. Pay on Finance for interest-bearing credit products are available over 12, 24, 36 or 48 months, subject to status. From time to time, we may offer an interest-free credit product over 6 or 12 month terms, at our discretion. To be eligible to apply for finance, you must be 18 or older, in regular employment and have been a UK resident for more than 3 years. Other conditions may apply and we cannot guarantee that your application will be accepted. Stock will not be allocated until the application has been completed and approved. We reserve the right to withdraw finance on certain products at any time. Pay on Finance is provided through the credit broker - V12 Retail Finance Limited. If successful the customer will enter into a credit agreement with either Secure Trust Bank PLC trading as V12 Retail Finance or Omni Capital Retail Finance Limited. Should you cancel your credit agreement and have already received products from us, then you will be liable to pay us in full for the product (unless your cancellation rights apply). As we work with two separate lenders, you may be credit checked twice during the application process


Provide proof that step 3 does not apply to your interest free claims. I am more than happy to be wrong. The interest free terms and conditions to the offer you are referring to must be somewhere. Not sure how you would take being wrong on the other hand. You come across as a very angry person. I obviously dont know the reason why..., but dont worry some one ... Somewhere must love you (Hope that makes you feel better wee man x)


your head is not allowing you for your brain to operate functionally. You are posting stupidity again boy.

LG 65UJ630V 65" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £749 @ Costco Instore & Online
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Includes 5 years warranty Specifications 10 bits (8 bits + FRC) HDMI Ports: 3 Resolution: 4K UHD (2160p) Brand: LG Screen Size: 65 inch Screen Technology: LED USB Ports: … Read more



Where is it already posted?


Already posted


AO.com selling it for £1049 ao.com/pro…BwE for online shopping there are no qualifications, however there is a £15 fee, worth it on something like this where you are saving a lot of money from the next best option ao.com and getting a 5 year warranty 3 x HDMI 2 x USB Internet Ready W 147.1 x H 91.5 x D 25.5 cm (with stand) 4K Ultra HD for more specs refer to website


You are welcome

Panasonic TX-50EX700B 50" 4K HDR TV - Silver ( 6 Payments of £83​  0 % APR ) £499 @ AO.com
Found 12th FebFound 12th Feb
0% Finance for 6 months Interest free credit available on this product. APR 0% 5 Payments of £83.17, Final payment of £83.15 Total payable £499.00 1.5% TOPCASHBACK = … Read more
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If there is a rule on here about how many deals someone has to post then I haven't seen it. What you missed is that I have no problem with people taking out finance, and actually think for some items it is sensible, a car, a house etc. However the financial decision I was referring to in the lease deal was leasing a new car v buying a used car. If someone in here said why buy a new 50" portable when you can get a 12" black and white TV off of gumtree instead then I would think it equally stupid as people saying similar in a lease deal. Make sense? Btw no idea how many deals or comments you have made, because I'm not sad enough to care...


It was your hypocrisy that I was pointing out not your opinion on finance. You rolled your eyes over on that thread with "There is something about a lease deal that makes everyone want to give their opinion on ... other people's financial choices" then do precisely that over here. With over 3,500 comments and one solitary deal to your name in two years, you might contribute to the HUKD community more if you find and share some deals yourself rather than spending your time arguing over other people's?


Leasing a car isn't the same as buying a TV. Unless you are buying a 18k TV.


looks like this is a VA lcd panel , so may not be too bad. edge lit , so hdr may not be great, but i prefer edge lit as it stop the tv from being too bright, especially when ads come on


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