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SAMSUNG UE43NU7400 43'' UHD HDR Dynamic CRYSTAL COLOUR 4K TV £411.30 w/code / SAMSUNG UE49NU7100 49'' 4K TV £411.30 w/code @ hughes ebay
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
MORE SAMSUNG Tvs (10% off w/code) https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/m.html?_ssn=hughesdirect&_armrs=1&_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=samsung+tv&_sop=15



Still not true. In all likelihood they are the same panels as last year rebranded.


The point I was making is that the equivalent TVs by Samsung are lower quality and worse performance this year. Even factoring in calibration the point still stands.


The 50” inch version of this TV guarantees you will get a VA panel which is what you want. You won’t find much better than this one on this price point. I’ve done the research and the Which? Magazine reviews are to be ignored, they don’t calibrate the TV’s when reviewing them.


Absolute tosh. Which? Magazine don’t calibrate the TVs to make an accurate review. The guys over on avforums say these sets are one of the best at this price point - they know what they’ve talking about. You don’t.

Sony 4K Television with Android TV - £2069 with code (FACEBOOK) @ Crampton & Moore
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Just seen that the Sony KD-55AF8 has 10% off using code “FACEBOOK” on the Crampton and Moore site, Works on the new ZF9 and AF9 models too.

Picked up the Sony 65" a few months ago - just coming off a Samsung and LG TV's. The interface is horrendous and I detest having to pay via Google Store on the TV to purchase an app to play AVI/MKV files. Can't remember now if it was the file format and/or the size of the file being put on a NTFS storage device due to FAT 32 limitation but it was extremely frustrating. And the Google store is so limited in app availability that its ridiculous. Coming off the other 2 TVs interface/navigation I had to return the TV, went into the Sony store and their non-OLED flagship TV had the same OS/interface. TV screen etc maybe solid but it will disappoint in other areas considerably.


Oh mama, Sony KD-65XF9005 65" comes out at £1,574.10 with a free HT-CT290 Soundbar


Think he got his price wrong - should say £1,799


Joined today aswell troll or works for them


Makes the AF965 £3599, needed it to go to £2500 :(

LG 55" OLED55B8 (2018) 4K OLED HDR TV £1,499 at Currys + 15% TopCashback on LG TV's over 40" (£187.38 cashback) effectively bringing the price down to £1,311.63  after cashback
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
TopCashback is currently paying 15% cashback (calculated excluding VAT) on LG TV's over 40" from Currys (also 20% on Samsung TV's under 40" until Sunday) This means you could pote… Read more

OK cheers.


See the last 3 comments above yours


What's the difference between b8 and c8


Ok thanks, 1500 is top end for me so I think I've found a winner.


The main difference is the a7 processor in the B8 and the more powerful a9 processor in the C8, for better motion processing, faster interface etc.

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LG 65UK6300PLB 65-Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart LED TV with Freeview Play £799 Amazon
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
IPS 4K display; the latest ultra HD innovation is built into a distinct IPS 4K panel meaning your entertainment is viewable from any angle ThinQ AI; an intelligent television that … Read more

has anyone mounted this on a wall? any issue with it?


Ordered this then cancelled because it's very thick panel 90mm - no good for wall mounting. I went with the metal frame version 65UK6500PLA which is 60mm deep but seems to be the same IPS Panel.


Amazon is easy no problems, returns are hassle free, you can buy with 1 click from the toilet...


Currys are horrible, Amazon will have it back without question


Same price at Curry's,ao and very to name a few

New 2018 65" NU7100 UHD HDR Smart 4K TV £909 @ Samsung
Found 17th SepFound 17th Sep
New 2018 65” NU7100 Ultra HD certified HDR Smart 4K TV Follow link for more info, great price on this TV as it’s cheaper from Samsung than the other shops, as well as checkout wit… Read more



Not really. What type of wall was it? what tiles did you opt for?


shotgun weekends... it was on the wall? Moved house and wall wasn't ready (being tiled) for bracket? so wanted feet to stand it up? make sense now? (skeptical)


You 2 should meet and make a whole tv out of what you've got left!


You're lucky. I've only got the polystyrene packaging left and nothing to keep them in.

LG 55SK8500PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV @ Currys £949 delivered
Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Looks good spec, Thoughts peeps?
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I am not saying this tv is better than the xf9005 that is what which is saying In my personal opinion after viewing it I wasn’t impressed as i thought it would be after everyone saying how good the tv was I preferred the Samsung QLED range and OS


Without a proper audition that with the greatest of respects is a very naive way of judging anything. It would be totally unethical to "detune" a known well recommended TV, place it next to a slightly cheaper model which has been tweaked for premium performance to dupe a customer that by buying this model they are getting an amazing deal that's as good as or better than a more expensive model and obviously no major retailer would be involved in such a practice to fleece naive customers to achieve sales targets.


Just my personal opinion after viewing it in Currys it was displaying a film I believe and I wasn’t very impressed to be honest



The Sony is marketed as a mid-range TV, so it's no surprise that it, "cant compete with the best" whatever that means. Do you have a link to this article? When you auditioned the Sony did you take a look at the display settings to make sure they had been optimised ? Sounds very fishy. There isn't a single review of the Sony that relates to your experience.

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Techwood 50AO8USB 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR and Freeview Play £349 *Now £329* @ AO
Refreshed 7th SepRefreshed 7th Sep
Decent price for a tv that’s just been released! I don’t have this version, I have 2 versions below this one and it’s a really good tv! Really worth the price. Tempted to purchase … Read more

Joined, posted a compliment and never seen again? Coincidence maybe.


I just joined to say it's Nice to see people like Jace sharing sharing their opinion and backing it up with valid clear evidence for the benefit of others. You have no idea how many people look on these sites and have no idea if it's good or not but they think they're getting a better deal. World needs more people like Jace.


Nice tests, I also tried out the RTINGS test: In all tests, my old LG 42LB630V performs admirably, noticeably better than my mid 2015 MacBook Pro... but then again, maybe my 39 year old eyes have lost the twitch response and tracking of my 24 year old UT2k4 European league gamer eyes!! (excited) I dunno, motion compensation to me looks doctored and artificial, not because it's too smooth or too realistic, but because the motion speed and direction seems to wander all over the place. To each their own though I guess, bit of a Marmite situation :D


Ah, here is the graph i mentioned, we must have posted at the time time. Regarding your comment on your expert settings, and synchronizing the frames to the source doesn't help at all with LCD or OLED that use 'Sample and Hold'. You will always get motion blur, doubling the frames can help a lot with that. Also, panel response times are important. Tests like these are a good indication on how well your TV can handle motion. If you have Youtube on your TV, give it a try, otherwise you should be able to find something you can burn to a dvd or copy to USB to try it out :) Hereis one for 60fps


Where on earth did I say there was no difference? and there was no point? All i was suggesting was that you benefit more from 4k sources in proportion to your TV size, and your viewing distance. There are some published viewing distances that appear on here frequently, and they apply to people with 20/20 vision, so if your vision isn't 20/20 then you will get even less benefit. You then need to work out how much 4k material you will actually be watching, because a HD TV will always be better at displaying HD than a 4k TV.


Yes, I think the LG498500 is better value than the current run of Samsung's....the latter being everywhere just now. But even at circa £700 for a Samsung, the refresh rate is not so good. Don't think I'll be waiting til Black Friday, as unlikely to drop much more..........?


The 8500 is full array and not edge lit. In theory the 8500 will produce a much better picture.


The 8500 only looks to be available at Currys (for £849, down from £1299). Is the main difference the refresh rate? The 8000 is 50Hz, whereas the 8500 is 100Hz. Do both have the same NanoCell technology?


https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/sony-kd-55xf9005 The sony is in a different league , but much more expensive almost double the price


how does this compare to the sony kd 55xf90?

Sony 70” 4K UHD HDR TV KD70XF8305BU £1547.98 @ Costco ( plus others online see post )
Found 1st SepFound 1st Sep
As above, i can’t afford one but i can dream (angel) £110 off starting from Monday, good price compared to elsewhere.... Argos £1899.00 ( after £10 off ) (cheeky) Amazon £187… Read more
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Hmm... Anyone running freesat make sure to research the epg probs on all sony tvs. Ffs!


can anyone suggest a good 85/or 82 inch for under 2K?


Yeah, me too, but how did you get it to fit (embarrassed)


70” in a bedroom isn’t even bad, it’s a theatre affect and immersive.


Bought 2 for the headrests in the car so the kids can watch movies during the school run down the road :)

LG 65" 65sk8500OLA 4K HDR tv at Currys for £1399
Found 29th AugFound 29th Aug
One of LG's LED new for 2018 range This model was £2400 in April of this year but is now down to £1399, but there is £70 cashback from Quidco of you are a member This TV is uhd … Read more

I know this thread is a month old now, but just for an update, I ended up buying a 65 lgoledb7v. I have not went with sky q yet, but have taken on a sub for Netflix premium which has a load of 4K, hdr and Dolby Vision progs and films on and I am very satisfied with my purchase.


That is what I am wondering, according to everyone the OLED is miles better, but is the LG OLED65b8 £1200 better, or the 65b7 £700 better when showing sky q?


How does this compare to QLED/OLED?


Also available in 49"@ £849 & 55"@ 949.


QLED is Samsung’s marketing name for their newer LED tvs. LCD panel lit using LEDs. Good for colours apparently.

LG OLED B8 65" 2018 Model 4K HDR TV @ Very £1999 with code
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
+£6.99 delivery charge. Buy Now Pay Later 12-mths interest free available. Clear before deadline to avoid interest. 20% Discount code: MJWVP Valid until midnight 16th September 20… Read more

Expired this now - if anyone does get it please comment and let us know.


Guys this has continued to be voted up since 11pm last night but for me it doesn’t work, has anyone actually had success with this code or they just voting on the title and description of the deal without trying it? I’d love to jump on this bu it doesn’t work for me(I did try it on the 55” OLED though so whether that makes a different I don’t know)


Oh my word, did you get up out the wrong side of the bed this morning ???....it was a plain banter joke post nothing more, I was just having a laugh when the guy said he awaited the 1k comment, I think I'm well aware a 2k grand tv won't drop 50% lol


One deal in 5 years ... maybe if you see the price drop to this level you could take the time to post rather than relying on others??


Bought a few tvs and the new xbox from Very with big discounts. no problems at all. This is a cracking deal! so tempted by the 55inch model

Sony KD49XF8096 49-Inch 4K Android TV - £589 @ Amazon
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
Seems to be £699+ elsewhere Features 4K HDR - Immerse yourself in the brilliance of 4K HDR - Incredible contrast, real-life colours and exceptional 4K detail 4K X-Reality PRO - … Read more

Is this the same model? https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/lg-49sk8000plb-49-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-led-tv-10178275-pdt.html


Why on earth are these years Sony TVs dropping so fast??


The xf90 has -the new x1 extreme procceser so it shouldn't be sluggish, disabling YouView does help, I have 3 sony android TV from 1st generation x830 to my current xe 8004 couldn't be more happy especially the picture quality which is way more natural then Samsung


Have the xe93 and Android on it is buttery smooth no joke. Xf90 I think has an inferior chip to xe93 so perhaps why it’s sluggish. Or try disabling YouView


Sony should do some kind of a deal with Nvidia and put the innards of a shield tv inside. Would be super slick then & would always be up to date with the latest android OS :D

LG 55SK8500PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £949 @ Currys
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
In the market for a new TV and wondering if this deal is any good? 4K HDR Ultra HD Certified with Dolby Vision Catch-up TV & 4K Streaming with webOS Picture quality: TruMotion… Read more

I was only comparing the 55" price of the better TVs with this 55" TV. The 65" TV price bracket is not something I have ever looked at. But at a cursory glance the better TVs will cost a few hundred pounds more. But if you regularly watch movies, especially in 4k it's worth checking for deals because, according to Rtings.com the Samung NU/MU8000 is better and Sony XE90/XF90 series is much better. The nice thing about Rtings is that although their reviews are very technical, they have a great TV comparisons section after each review which nicely summarises the TVs competing in the same space for non technical people.


What tvs will give a better performance than this, in the 65" size for the same price? I am asking because I am in the market for a new TV and in fact have posted a deal for the 65" version of this and the reviews are good


just fyi - the LG linked above is the 55SJ810, not 850. Still a great TV, but not quite as good as the 850! oh, and btw, I'd say go for it. I might even join you


I know these are lower models but I'd like to spend around the 500-650 mark. What do you think of these two? LG 55UK6400PLF for 570gbp https://www.johnlewis.com/lg-55uk6400plf-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-55-with-freeview-play-freesat-hd-crescent-stand-metallic/p3501777 LG 55 INCH 4K ULTRA HD TV 55SJ850 for 649GBP https://www.richersounds.com/55-inch-4k-ultra-hd-tv.html Many thanks!


Scores very highly in reviews, but where I asked around it is worth paying the extra £300 to get the LG 55B6V..

Samsung UE43NU7470 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV @ Currys for £499
Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
The 43", 50" and 55" models are all currently £200 off at Currys

Good price for this new 2019 model. Planning to buy one of these during this year's black friday to replace my samsung JU6500 series tv.


went into currys today and the stand is soooooo much bigger than what the picture shows


It features Samsung's 'Gaming Mode' which does a good job of turning off all the unecessary features and optimises the motion and contrast. The input lag is around 21ms which will make such a difference for gaming.


I got the 40” version of this from Richer Sounds for £349 with 2% cash back from Quidco. Very decent and gets a great picture on the Xbox One X. However it isn’t 10 bit HDR so you can’t get the best picture. I’d recommend the 43” LG set that you can get for £399


It has HDMI 2.0a - apparently Microsoft MIGHT upgrade current Xbox Ones with a firmware update to HDMI 2.0 as HDMI 2.0 allows for better image quality from the Xbox to HDMI 2.0 capable monitors. That's all I can comment about this TV. Looks night. Shame it is 43 inches and not 49/50 for the price. Edit: Will need a new HDMI 2.0 capable cable.

Finlux 65-FUC-8020 65” Smart UHD HDR TV With Free Delivery at Groupon for £529
Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Warranty 24 months Brand and model: Finlux 65-FUC-8020 Display: 65” LED Resolution: 4K UHD HDR Smart TV Energy efficiency rating: A+ Weight: 29.66kg Dimensions: 19cm (L) x 162cm (… Read more

So this is the perfect TV for Vestel Virgins?


Vestel? I've heard good things about their virgins. Never tired their crispy pancakes or electronics.


In relation to the broadcast TV vs streaming services, I wonder how many people who paid for Virgin TV have now switched to Freeview/Youview ??!!!! Virgin made you pay for channels that are free - blooming good marketing, alot of folk still fall for it.


I agree and disagree with you both @damadgeruk and @sam_of_london Plasma technology did give you a better 'movie' experience but the tech is dead in the water and expensive to run. All of the TV I watch is in 1080p at least. All main channels are now broadcast in HD. I havent watched an SD channel in years! More recently it was shown that more people actually watch netflix/amazon or other streaming services than live tv anyway so there you have plenty of 4K content. The way we consume media has completely changed. However I most certainly do not agree with buying a cheaper big TV. Buy a decent TV yes a big one is nice but a big cheap one is a waste of money and if you do buy cheap then you do buy twice!


I don’t think I’ve ever had their pancakes. Probably as bad as the Green Isle ones. Yuck

Toshiba 65U6763DB 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £599.99 shipped @ Costco
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Ultra HD Live and breathe the on-screen action with a Toshiba 4K UHD TV. Bringing you exhilarating life-like picture clarity, 4K UHD TVs display four times more detail than Full HD… Read more

and only Mastercard in Canada


Interestingly in America they used to also only accept Amex but now only accept Visa. I think it is based on who they have a contract with for their Costco Credit card. Currently in the Uk being Amex and America being Visa,


That is shock! Amex usually charge more than Visa or Mastercard. In USA thet accept Visa., but not in UK. I have learnt something (I am not a member).


They don’t accept most credit cards. They do however accept American Express. And all debit cards


They don't accept credit cards and they save money by not accepting PayPal I guess...

Finlux 65-FUC-8020 65" 4K HDR TV at Groupon for £529. Possibly £465.52 With Cashback
Found 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
Possibly £465.52, with 12% cashback, from Quidco. Thanks 'AmazonCrazy' Full details can be found on Groupon. Won't be for everyone and of course you could spend more, for a bigge… Read more

I’ve bought this and I’m very satisfied with it for the money. Didn’t get any warranty info in the box do you have to register on the finlux site ?


how do you use quidco for this offer? has anyone used it and got 12% cashback?


...and presumably at other selected times of the day




Or a Toshiba, JVC, Hitachi, Sharp, Blaupunkt, Bush, Polaroid or any of the other Vestel or UMC manufactured TVs masquerading as decent brands? The reason is they're cheap, reliability is not a concern it would seem. Long warranties are useful for these 'brands'.

Sony KD-55A1 BRAVIA OLED 4K HDR TV- Free 5 Year Sony Warranty with free wall mount and HDMI cable at hiFi Confidential for £2199
Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
Seems like a good deal, best next price I could see was around the £2399 mark. Can’t say I’ve used/heard of this retailer before but very good reviews on trustpilot (9.6/10) h… Read more

Shop demo model. They run them on different settings. Every oled tv in John Lewis had some element of screen burn when I went in. Some leds also had screen burn. I’m not sure what point is to be made. Leds are less prone but can still burn. Oled more prone but again depends on viewing habits. Enjoy the picture, get a decent guarantee and pay on credit card. All bases covered in my opinion.


Offer no long available ;(


Good to know. Mine went on for 9mths and I couldn't do it anymore and threw my toys out of the pram. Accepted a newer model from them as a replacement but still had similar issues so taking a Sony break. Can't argue with the picture quality of these oled tvs though


Yeah i had the some of them issues where the yv would restart and even turn its self on but alot of those have been iron out


Until you see this

Sony KD-55XF8096BU 55" Smart 4K HDR TV with 5 Year Warranty - £569.00 Currys
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Good price for this new model + 2 free 4K movies from Google Play

what price do you buy it at? £669? mine says its 2 weeks from delivery and taking the money. so im pretty sure it should go ahead surely?


Doesn’t look like it was a genuine offer but rather a misprice - went to collect mine today and the store wouldn’t honour the price.


Must of been only on offer for a few hour's as it's back up in price. Pity the offers are not on for at least a day :/


It's showing as 949!


I think the XE90 also has direct LED backlighting rather than a row along the edge the tv where the light is reflected through the panel. If I understand it correctly this will allow better lighting control (no light bleeding, deeper blacks etc) and higher peak brightness which can be localised (which really improves HDR content). Again, based on what I’ve read and assuming I understand it correctly.

LG 55SJ810V 55” 4K hdr tv - £599 @ Richer Sounds
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Was looking for TVs and came across this. Tv is future proof and is the best price I’ve seen! HDR, HLG and Dolby Vision. Voucher expires tonight.



Exactly. I did the same and did lots of research. The white sub pixels actually work when lighter colours are on the screen, meaning it’s not 3K, and also help produce brighter colours. Because individual pixels are so small, the only time you’ll see a difference on the 2017/2018 sets is when deliberately showing certain patterns through a P


Great tv at this price, have 49 version and it’s served well over last year


I was looking at this, an MU6400 and an MU7000 recently at a Currys and to be honest, couldn't see any difference in resolution at a distance of about 5 feet. My eyesight (so far as I'm aware!) is fine. Perhaps the human eye cannot discern between 3K and 4K at normal viewing distances? This TV certainly looks the part, and picture quality was stunning on a 4K source. LG is one of the few manufacturers who have forked out for a Dolby Vision licence, so this TV is definitely future proof (given that DV appears to be winning the HDR format wars). Heated.


RGBW, 3K :(

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