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For anyone who wants to equip their home with the latest entertainment technology, an LED television is a necessity. Providing high definition pictures and a huge viewing surface, modern LED TVs bring sport and movie experiences into the home like never before. One can find great deals on the most up to date models from the UK's leading electronics retailers at the HotUKDeals LED TVs page.

For anyone who wants to equip their home with the latest entertainment technology, an LED television is a necessity. Providing high definition pictures and a huge viewing surface, modern LED TVs bring sport and movie experiences into the home like never before. One can find great deals on the most up to date models from the UK's leading electronics retailers at the HotUKDeals LED TVs page.

For anyone who wants to equip their home with the latest entertainment technology, an LED television is a necessity. Providing high definition pictures and a huge viewing surface, modern LED TVs bring sport and movie experiences into the home like never before. One can find great deals on the most up to date models from the UK's leading electronics retailers at the HotUKDeals LED TVs page.

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Panasonic TX-58EX700B 58 inch 4K HDR Smart TV £639 w/code @ Currys
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Posting in case you missed in the Panasonic 50 inch tv thread. Code PANALSTVDIR still working (not showing on the web page now) which gives a £60 discount - so get this 58 inch… Read more
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I've got the 40 Inch version of this and I love it. I find the colours to be perfectly vibrant, the image sharp and the blacks true. The viewing angle is very poor (knew before i bought it) but me and my lass sit right in front of it so not a problem for us
nightshot11 m ago

I have this TV and I think it's great, apart from the built in apps are a …I have this TV and I think it's great, apart from the built in apps are a bit laggy. Trying to stream stuff from my server is just a pain so I run it through the xbox instead.I had to replace the 1st one after 1 day as a big hand print appeared on the inside of the screen which was a bit weird.My 1st 4k TV so nothing to compare it too but after a bit of screen tweaking with guides off the Internet I'm more than happy with the picture and the viewing angles seem fine to me.



I have this TV and I think it's great, apart from the built in apps are a bit laggy. Trying to stream stuff from my server is just a pain so I run it through the xbox instead.
I had to replace the 1st one after 1 day as a big hand print appeared on the inside of the screen which was a bit weird.
My 1st 4k TV so nothing to compare it too but after a bit of screen tweaking with guides off the Internet I'm more than happy with the picture and the viewing angles seem fine to me.
Anyone know if this is ‘proper’ HDR? 12bit might be the term I’m looking for..(excited)
Davelfc200023 m ago

Thanks for the info. Ive been thinking of getting the 58EX750B and was …Thanks for the info. Ive been thinking of getting the 58EX750B and was hoping for a price drop whenever new models were getting released but wasn’t sure when that might be. I’ll keep an eye out over the next few months as it’s £999 everywhere at the moment. I’ve currently got a GT50 which I picked up a year after release for much cheaper than original rrp


You very welcome mate, it's that I am after a decent spec telly for our bedroom that I am keeping such a close eye on every aspect from every manufacturer at the minute.

I know it's a totally different beast and far higher price bracket but there's one of Panasonic's new LCD sets coming out that appears to be the absolute mutt's nuts, the FX750 I think it was

I'm not in the market for something that extravagant because one: it's for the bedroom and two: I'm pretty sold on the 49" or 55" QLED Q7 when it drops to our biting point but if I was up for a front room set at new release prices I would keep tabs on it to see how quickly it drops
Samsung UE49MU7000 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £679 (Delivered - 10 free film rentals and burn-in warranty included) with code @ Co-op Electrical
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Incredible price for this TV. When I first purchased my PS4 Pro, I was looking for a TV that would give me HDR 10, and was generally good for gaming. This set kept coming up on lis… Read more
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basergorkobal19th Feb

Stone cold.


Are you going to give a reason for your negative comment?
Why do people have to say nasty things when someone posts a deal? The OP goes out of their way to post something and there’s always some with negative comment.
If if it wasn’t for me I would skip past (on this occasion it is as I need.a cheaper 40” as a second tv) but I appreciate that people post deals if they find them. Thank you OP
cbr6fx19th Feb

It’s great on the X also has low input lag measured at 19ms on game mode


that was a big feature in me buying it pal
With this model the differences are more than cosmetic as other people have said. If you are getting the mu7000 get 55" or above.
These 49" deals for tvs where the 55" model has been fractionally more are always going to go cold.
LG 55UJ630V 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) £479.99 @ Amazon
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Ultra HD 4K resolution - a depth of detail; Ultra HD 4K resolution is four times that of full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close… Read more
groomoid18th Feb

Well the Panasonic has no USB, is only HD, no freeview play, weighs a ton, …Well the Panasonic has no USB, is only HD, no freeview play, weighs a ton, only 2 HDMI, not smart TV and emits enough heat to warm the lounge, so it must be an upgrade of sorts.


There's nothing about what you describe that doesn't get me teary eyed for the good old days.
benslatz18th Feb

My LG PK590 plasma has just developed a dud line of pixels down the …My LG PK590 plasma has just developed a dud line of pixels down the screen. Occasionally notice it so thinking of upgrading. Had assumed LED would have caught up by now! Do you reckon wait until OLED drops in price?


It's just a subjective opinion at the end of the day, but if you're used to plasma I don't think you're going to enjoy affordable LCD/LED. Maybe top of the range with local dimming and a 10bit panel and obviously OLED - but it doesn't come cheap!
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Gone for this. Went for a like new warehouse deal for another £30 off.
abhijitdash12322 h, 2 m ago

Fail to see a point buying tvs from Amazon when you can get similar deals …Fail to see a point buying tvs from Amazon when you can get similar deals from shops with 5 year warranty. May not be at this price right now but tons of deals for similar tvs all the time.So, not hot for me personally as 5 year peace of mind is really necessary for tvs in this age


Amazon service and returns are fantastic if anything happens during the first year. Anything after that, you're on your own and have to resort to a SOGA (Sale of Goods Act) Claim which, contrary to what some here will tell you, is a fair amount of pain to go through. I'd always pay an extra 10% ish for a TV from RS or JL for this very reason.

This is still not a bad price for this TV if a one year warranty is your thing. Heated.
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LG 43LJ515V 43 inch LED TV with Freeview (2017 Model) [Energy Class A+] - was £319 now £249.99 @ Amazon.
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Great picture, great sound - nice and simple. LG's innovation in television technology brings advanced picture processing to this fantastic Full HD TV. With enhanced colour driven … Read more
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DO NOT order TVs from amazon. They use Hermes who smash them up. 5 broken TVs and a nasty delivery driver later gave up and cancelled order...
Yes, good TV for the price, can also be used as a gaming monitor
Fab price, seems a very cheap way to get a 43" games / media / work monitor with TV options, instead of a similar 60Hz 24" monitor dedicated to gaming!
Suvvey3 h, 56 m ago

I posted a much better 43” Samsung FHD for not a lot more at £289.99 which …I posted a much better 43” Samsung FHD for not a lot more at £289.99 which included 5 years warranty and it went stone cold... go figure.


link?
Tallyho14th Feb

My DX set doesn't suffer anything at all so to condemn all DX sets is a …My DX set doesn't suffer anything at all so to condemn all DX sets is a bit far fetched.



My uncle once had a Ford that was always breaking down, I would never buy a Ford. lol
Tallyho11 h, 52 m ago

Are you a TV engineer then ?How many have you seen in total & over how …Are you a TV engineer then ?How many have you seen in total & over how long a period ?


I am an engineer maybe not in TVs but I know how things work. During the euro football these screens was used and nearly all binned due to failures. Was a massive container full going to scrap. I manage to make 1 out of all the parts and found that the light strip burnt out and stopped the whole thing working. Light strips these days not the cheapest or easiest to get your hands on. Repair requires stripping down the whole tv which takes lot of time, hours if never don't it before.

I have some space part for mine so not very much worried as I can always replace the led strip. Iv changed it twice so far in my screen which makes it a serious fault these models

These are great TVs but as a caution to all that have this screens insure it as it will be peace of mind knowing it's not scrap when it's dead.
I'm not trying to say not to get it just be cautious
Might see if I can sell my 58" quickly
shadowdragonv61 h, 40 m ago

It depends on how you long you have the tv. Iv seen plenty of the 650b and …It depends on how you long you have the tv. Iv seen plenty of the 650b and 750b in the dx ranges all suffer from 1 blink light error which is that one of the strips of cheap led lights has failed. So just adding my word of caution to all who have any in this range just be sure to insure.



Are you a TV engineer then ?

How many have you seen in total & over how long a period ?
Tallyho8 h, 20 m ago

My DX set doesn't suffer anything at all so to condemn all DX sets is a …My DX set doesn't suffer anything at all so to condemn all DX sets is a bit far fetched.


It depends on how you long you have the tv. Iv seen plenty of the 650b and 750b in the dx ranges all suffer from 1 blink light error which is that one of the strips of cheap led lights has failed. So just adding my word of caution to all who have any in this range just be sure to insure.
Finlux 42FME249S-T 42" Full HD 1080p Smart LED TV with Freeview HD £229 Delivered @ Box.co.uk
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Great thanks, just ordered, good price
I’ve just ordered it. I’ve been after a cheap telly for the dining room. TopCashback too
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Panasonic 50EX700B 50 Inch 4K HDR Smart TV £439 w/ code @ Currys
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Recently dropped in price to the £500 mark across retailers but use code PANALSTVDIR to get for £439 deivered 4K Ultra HD HDR Catch-up & 4K Streaming Picture quality: … Read more
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AD72 h, 42 m ago

What settings are you using out of interest?


I went through both of these,

EX750 Calibration Video

EX700 Settings

For the EX700 Settings, click the first picture in the post. This will provide access to all the pictures with the settings. This gives a base and then tweak it to how you want.
I stupidly bought this without using the voucher code ( yes.. I know). Is there any way Currys would honour the code post purchase?
wackyraces21 h, 29 m ago

I've spent quite a bit of time tweaking the various settings on the TV and …I've spent quite a bit of time tweaking the various settings on the TV and do not get any motion blur. Picture has been excellent so far. I don't do gaming, so unable to comment on that.


What settings are you using out of interest?
PINOY710717th Feb

Can I ask how you got the price match. For some reason I'm being declined …Can I ask how you got the price match. For some reason I'm being declined as they said they cannot find it on Curry's website showing the code for £60 off.



Hi,

I used the online chat and gave them the link to check it out with the code and they matched it and sent me a reservation invoice to my local store. They also offered to take payment for delivery there and then.

Yaz
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PINOY710717th Feb

Can I ask how you got the price match. For some reason I'm being declined …Can I ask how you got the price match. For some reason I'm being declined as they said they cannot find it on Curry's website showing the code for £60 off.

Great thanks. I might bite the bullet and go for it now
wackyraces2 h, 6 m ago

I've spent quite a bit of time tweaking the various settings on the TV and …I've spent quite a bit of time tweaking the various settings on the TV and do not get any motion blur. Picture has been excellent so far. I don't do gaming, so unable to comment on that.

Samsung UE55KU6400 55 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart HDR LED TV branded Refurbished £519 - Richer Sounds
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It is a good deal much better than cheap Vestel's clones on the market.
This TV, although amazing, is about 2 years old and was at £580 when I bought it on black Friday sales in 2016. Not a great deal imho.
twix419th Feb

Would be worth a try, no harm in asking.


No it wouldn't.
Just think for a moment, why on earth would John Lewis agree to price match one of their brand new televisions (with five year warranty) against a refurbished television?
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eVohicks14 m ago

displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/c6f718956Obviously not for the 55" …displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/c6f718956Obviously not for the 55" model but in general.I have the UE55MU6400 and it's been great for the last couple of months, got it for £629.99 at the time from Argos but after discounts it worked out at around £530.It dropped £30 in price after I bought it so I sent a cheeky tweet to Argos and they honoured a 30 day price drop promise!


Thank you!
From what i can see its: weight, energy efficiency and OS? T
mayzi15 h, 7 m ago

Whats the real difference between ku and mu please?


displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/c6f718956

Obviously not for the 55" model but in general.

I have the UE55MU6400 and it's been great for the last couple of months, got it for £629.99 at the time from Argos but after discounts it worked out at around £530.
It dropped £30 in price after I bought it so I sent a cheeky tweet to Argos and they honoured a 30 day price drop promise!
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Pedrostan16 h, 20 m ago

£629 brand new from John Lewis with 5 years …£629 brand new from John Lewis with 5 years warranty.m.johnlewis.com/samsung-ue55mu6400-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-55-with-tvplus-freesat-hd-active-crystal-colour-ultra-hd-certified-silver/p3215464?sku=236790557&s_kwcid=2dx92700025130638545&tmad=c&tmcampid=2&gclid=CjwKCAiAqvXTBRBuEiwAE54dcDT7E3YAHCb2LwllHdxUgMch-kTNd8OUJyq2HTYmyWtqsFu_OyUFvxoCBhsQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.dsI would definitely pay extra £110 for above reasons. Unfortunately cold from me.


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Hisense H49N6600 49 Inch Curved Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD 4 HDMI New - £399 @ AO eBay
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Adam_906 h, 57 m ago

What are the benefits of a curved TV?


It’sA gimmick like 3D
Adam_901 h, 48 m ago

What are the benefits of a curved TV?


When the tv is knackered your kids can use it as a bmx ramp!
Adam_9025 m ago

What are the benefits of a curved TV?


Lol none
I saw £99 -__-
Sony KD-55XE9305 4K HDR TV with Slim Backlight Drive+, 4K HDR Processor X1™ Extreme and TRILUMINOS™ Display. - £1249 @ Sevenoaks Sound
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I've been keeping an eye on this TV for a while, normal price seems to be around £1499. I managed to get John Lewis to price match TPS to £1395 but this is a better price. Be qu… Read more
Been reading and watching so many reviews on this TV and it's meant to be brilliant. It's one of the only LED TVs on the market that achieves close to OLED for deep blacks. No other LEDs come close. Heat added
The_Hoff9th Feb

This guy does much better reviews than RTings, you should watch the whole …This guy does much better reviews than RTings, you should watch the whole video if you're interested in buying this set, but the point about the FALD vs Edge-Lit system, it's a PITA they lit from the top/bottom and not sides, letterbox sci-fi stuff suffers.[Video] 3:37 for the blooming issues with letterbox. It's a shame.


He also states that in normal viewing the bloom isn't as obvious as in the video. I'll take a bit of blooming which can be compensated over burn in any day of the week.
DamienGiles9th Feb

How comes? I've been keeping an eye out for the Bravias as they are one of …How comes? I've been keeping an eye out for the Bravias as they are one of a few that offer true Android TV.Of course there are many other manufacturers offering smart TV but my thinking before getting Android TV was that it would always be kept up to date, unlike say, LG?



...Android as an OS is not fit for purpose of controlling TV as an user friendly "interface" so to speak, or plainly is a pain in a butt in that department
BS_Man11 h, 53 m ago

...Android TV's are simply sheet, have one and regret buying it


How comes? I've been keeping an eye out for the Bravias as they are one of a few that offer true Android TV.

Of course there are many other manufacturers offering smart TV but my thinking before getting Android TV was that it would always be kept up to date, unlike say, LG?
I've been looking for a new TV for a while, and yes it's a mission alright! Nothing out there is perfect, just when you think you've found something then you discover some flaw and you start over again. The fluctuations in price also don't help, it's clear that retailers have marked up tvs post Xmas, that's when the better deals were around.
Panasonic TX-49EX600B 49 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Refurbished £329.99 @ Panasonic / Ebay
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Got the tv yesterday missing power lead!! Managed to find one mounted the tv on the wall turn it on and it has a massive crack in it!! Joke not happy at all will be returning it and getting something else.
R-e-x16 h, 34 m ago

My Panasonic tv itv player no longer worked says itv app no longer …My Panasonic tv itv player no longer worked says itv app no longer supports this device and amazon app jumps constantly when playing movies.from a television that was valued at £1400 I would of expected better.But I agree not everyone has issues and maybe I just had bad luck but I know I will never buy a Panasonic again.I’m lucky I can afford to buy another one so soon, but some people may not be able too, so good luck if anything should go wrong after 12 months


Sounds more like a licensing issue or itv not updating the app. It’s definitely not down to Panasonic (unless they stopped paying the license fee and apps could stop working on ANY brand!
alftrad17 h, 49 m ago

So this has a matt screen and not the glossy one of the EX700B. Isn't matt …So this has a matt screen and not the glossy one of the EX700B. Isn't matt better? I have a Panasonic plasma and the glare in the light is shockingly bad


Yes it’s a matt screen. I understand that glare is a nightmare but gloss screen looks so much better colour wise.
R-e-x9 h, 52 m ago

My Panasonic tv itv player no longer worked says itv app no longer …My Panasonic tv itv player no longer worked says itv app no longer supports this device and amazon app jumps constantly when playing movies.from a television that was valued at £1400 I would of expected better.But I agree not everyone has issues and maybe I just had bad luck but I know I will never buy a Panasonic again.I’m lucky I can afford to buy another one so soon, but some people may not be able too, so good luck if anything should go wrong after 12 months


That is a nit bad. But a fire stick can keep you with Amazon player and itv player etc for a smaller amount of money than a new tv. I got a samsung ages ago that only had netflix for the us and not uk! I tried region changing and changing dns and still did not work but always have it connected to a pc so it is fine
se2318 h, 6 m ago

1300 hz vs 1600hz, plastic vs brushed aluminium , local dimming,table top …1300 hz vs 1600hz, plastic vs brushed aluminium , local dimming,table top stand,matt vs glossy screen


So this has a matt screen and not the glossy one of the EX700B. Isn't matt better? I have a Panasonic plasma and the glare in the light is shockingly bad
SAMSUNG UE55MU9000 55" 4K Ultra HD HDR Curved LED TV £819 @ Reliant Direct
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Code SAVE130 for £130 off with 5 years warranty. I guess JL will price match ;)
Bovrilontoast6th Feb

Not sure where your other half is from but mine is Northern, you don't …Not sure where your other half is from but mine is Northern, you don't argue ha ha! :-)


Please disregard my previous comment, you will do as your other half says, we never argue with northerners 🤐
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Anyone bought a tv and connected to non samsung soundbar?
TV is coming tomorrow, managed to get the price match at £819. Also got them to price match the ms6500 curved sound bar at £380 (which they sell for £600). After the £200 cashback soundboard should only cost me £180. Very happy
I got JL price match yesterday at £819 5years warranty.
szocher22 h, 32 m ago

They rejected mine saying "they cant find the save150 code" someone should …They rejected mine saying "they cant find the save150 code" someone should hit specsavers lol by the way price increased to £844 with code. I am glad they did respond to me today. Saved me extra £25


On you email there should be a link to contact
customer service . Can remember what my there called . But I got the same on my ks9000 .. I emailed screenshots and it got overturned so worth a try
LG 49UJ635V 49 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV *Lightning Deal* £381.65 Sold by Tvsandmore and Fulfilled by Amazon
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jameshothothot22 m ago

I l;ike the stand! main reason to get it as it will fit on my table...


You're easily pleased!!!
jameshothothot14 m ago

sh*t... do i buy it?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



buy it with standard delivery and then cancel if you change your mind, you'll have a day
this suggests it is an awesome monitor after an update...

: N/AOutstanding low input lag. When in the Game picture mode or in any picture mode, when the input's icon is set to PC, the TV's input lag is an excellent ~11 ms, which should please almost any gamer. However, only the Game picture mode has low input lag for HDR content, as when HDR content is played, when the input's icon is set to PC, the TV acts as though the icon is not PC.

Update 9/4/2017: HDR is now supported in PC mode as of WebOS update 3.6. 4:4:4 color is now properly displayed in HDR content when in PC mode. All input lag values have been retested with the newer firmware, and remain nearly unchanged.
I l;ike the stand! main reason to get it as it will fit on my table...
sh*t... do i buy it?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sony KD43XE8004BU 43" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV 5yr Guarantee & Free Delivery £510 with code @ co-op electrical
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Bestard1 h, 11 m ago

And that's all very well for a decent sized bedroom such as yours.My …And that's all very well for a decent sized bedroom such as yours.My response was to your comments which seemed to suggest opting for a large TV regardless of room size.I am in need of a TV for the small bedroom / boxroom. I imagine a wall mounted 32" is about as large as I can get away with - and even that may look odd in a room that is approx 6 foot by 8 foot.And at those sizes I do not believe 4k is available.



Blimey our bed is 7' by 6'4" even with a single bed where's the wardrobe/chest of drawers go?

Without going down the route of what's proper 4K and what's fabricated 4K I am not sure if there's many if any 10 bit panels under the 50 incher threshold. Okay I imagine there's quite a few at say 49" but to the best of my knowledge the lower 40's tend to only be 8 bit.

I can tell you seem to have been convinced anything over that size will be too big but in your position I would still go for a far bigger size, especially if that is the telly you will spend most of your time viewing/gaming on.

If you spend a large percentage of your time in front of the telly the size of the room and/or its cost should not put you off buying what you want, as long as you are willing and able to spend x&x amount on it

The people that give it that "nothing screams out 'chav' louder than a big telly" one invariably tend to be the people who haven't got the disposable income to blow a couple of grand on a nice set a lot of the time.

We spend far more time at home watching movies, tv shows and playing video games than we do in our motor. Hence we do buy a lot of rather pricey home entertainment goodies regularly, have Sky Q multiroom etc but only drive a bog standard 1litre eco whatever 66 plate Focus.

Others spend their dough on different stuff, it's totally up to you to buy what you see fit no matter how much others disagree with you.
Chasloyal45 m ago

Our bedroom is about 14' by 10'[Image] This old Samsung is a 46", with the …Our bedroom is about 14' by 10'[Image] This old Samsung is a 46", with the medieval jumbo bezel round it you may as well deem it a 50 incher so I reckon we can easily pull off a 55" set in there even more so once we spun the bed round so the headboard is up against the wall of the angle I just took the pic from.


And that's all very well for a decent sized bedroom such as yours.
My response was to your comments which seemed to suggest opting for a large TV regardless of room size.
I am in need of a TV for the small bedroom / boxroom. I imagine a wall mounted 32" is about as large as I can get away with - and even that may look odd in a room that is approx 6 foot by 8 foot.
And at those sizes I do not believe 4k is available.
Bestard1 h, 9 m ago

Yeah good luck trying to fit one of your 'normal sized' tellies in a small …Yeah good luck trying to fit one of your 'normal sized' tellies in a small bedroom mate.


Our bedroom is about 14' by 10'


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This old Samsung is a 46", with the medieval jumbo bezel round it you may as well deem it a 50 incher so I reckon we can easily pull off a 55" set in there even more so once we spun the bed round so the headboard is up against the wall of the angle I just took the pic from.
ricardocosta10297716 h, 18 m ago

It may be the cheapest currently but considering last week's deal on the …It may be the cheapest currently but considering last week's deal on the 49" I wouldn't say this is hot. Maybe tepid?


I think the definition of what is hot or not should be based on price comparison with what you can purchase right now, rather than on what the priced used to be in the past (i.e. no longer available to purchase at that previous price)
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Chasloyal17 h, 40 m ago

No place is too small for a proper telly, you can't even notice the …No place is too small for a proper telly, you can't even notice the quality difference of 4K content on one of these 'portables' under 50 inches An educated guess says your 'place' is bigger than our bedroom but we've still been in the market for a decent spec 55 incher for at least 6 months now.40 inch tellies were 'big' a dozen or so years ago but technology has moved on so much and prices have tumbled so dramatically that I would say anything under 50 inches is small in 2018. Put it in to context, your average soundbar is probably three or even three n half foot long(or should that be wide) nowadays.


Yeah good luck trying to fit one of your 'normal sized' tellies in a small bedroom mate.
Samsung 55MU6400 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview Smart WiFi LED TV - £566.10 delivered using code @ Argos eBay
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I got it for 549 price matched with Hughes by JL even though the code I quoted wasn't valid
teldel719 h, 18 m ago

I had the same issue with my claim late December. Several emails to TV …I had the same issue with my claim late December. Several emails to TV Plus Help and still no response. However, I found the 10 codes when in the menu settings of the TV. Log in to Settings/General/System Manager/Samsung Account/My Account/Payment Info/Promotional Codes and you should see the codes there, then log in to MyTVPlus with the same account and redeem your codes at the checkout. Great for the 10 free UHD's, although limited choice and too expensive to continue with after the codes have been used.


I had the same problem... they finally responded to my email and they basically want my credit card details and then the vouchers will work. .... I didn't bother
CloudHeaven1 h, 2 m ago

It’s about 50% more for a 10 bit panel, I don’t mind spending £££ for the l …It’s about 50% more for a 10 bit panel, I don’t mind spending £££ for the living room but the Mrs would go mental dropping a G in the games room!!


Oh so a grand is fine for the real repugnant housewives of dinlow county but not okay for your Xbone X, nice to see sexism and domestic abuse is alive n well in your home
Chasloyal42 m ago

Surely all the more reason to plump for a proper 10 bit panel though, …Surely all the more reason to plump for a proper 10 bit panel though, especially with what the Xbone X has to offer.I think I had a look at this model in JL Nottingham the other day because with our discount it would have been around five n half which seemed a nice round figure.That said it was only a glance as it just didn't that 'phwoah' factor the Q range has. Like aesthetically all the M and U models just look rather LG and plasticky when sat next to them far more premium looking Q's.Check the price of the QE55Q7Q on their website on a daily basis obsessively, the minute it hits £1135 or lower I'm on it.With our discount that will take it below a grand and because I've given up on ever getting it for 800 quid ish that is my revised biting point.


It’s about 50% more for a 10 bit panel, I don’t mind spending £££ for the living room but the Mrs would go mental dropping a G in the games room!!
CloudHeaven1 h, 49 m ago

Got this for £564 from John Lewis (price matched Hughes when the had it …Got this for £564 from John Lewis (price matched Hughes when the had it for £599 and the SC35 code knocked another £35 off) and it was delivered friday. It’s only for a games room/mancave so just hooked up to PS4 Pro and Xbone X (in game mode the lag is like 12ms) but it gives a great picture on those and I’m pleasantly surprised with the sound off it too!reccomend visiting rtings for there calibration settings, it made a huge difference to PQ.


Surely all the more reason to plump for a proper 10 bit panel though, especially with what the Xbone X has to offer.

I think I had a look at this model in JL Nottingham the other day because with our discount it would have been around five n half which seemed a nice round figure.

That said it was only a glance as it just didn't that 'phwoah' factor the Q range has. Like aesthetically all the M and U models just look rather LG and plasticky when sat next to them far more premium looking Q's.

Check the price of the QE55Q7Q on their website on a daily basis obsessively, the minute it hits £1135 or lower I'm on it.

With our discount that will take it below a grand and because I've given up on ever getting it for 800 quid ish that is my revised biting point.
Sony KD55XE9305BU 55inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with 5yr warranty - £80 off using code CP80 + potential TCB/Quidco - £1369 @ Co Op Electrical
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@scoon The CP80 deal was still there so I ordered one to be delivered on Friday, well chuffed I thought I had missed the deal and even Crampton and Moore is at £1399...thanks
The_Hoff:

Yes, I know what you mean, which is why I was able to correct you.

RE Dolby Vision, their implementation requires shared hardware, the chip is not capable of supporting Dolby Vision in solitude.

Better? Better value for money? Better picture? Better sound? Better UI?

They dropped the ball by not implementing FALD on the XE93, the better value for money is with the XE90 unless you find them within £100-150 of one another.

I wager you wouldn't be able to tell me the difference between them in a blind test.

I take you have XE90? and im sure you would be able to tell the difference with HDR alone. Each to their own.....it's like someone trying to say a B7 is better than a C7
DookieWookie23 m ago

X1 X1 extreme chip you know what I mean, as for the Dolby vision you are …X1 X1 extreme chip you know what I mean, as for the Dolby vision you are Incorrect, the version implemented is over usb and because it's proprietary dolby vision over hdmi and disc has yet to be implemented. The XE93 is a better TV than the XE90 which is the model below.


Yes, I know what you mean, which is why I was able to correct you.

RE Dolby Vision, their implementation requires shared hardware, the chip is not capable of supporting Dolby Vision in solitude.

Better? Better value for money? Better picture? Better sound? Better UI?

They dropped the ball by not implementing FALD on the XE93, the better value for money is with the XE90 unless you find them within £100-150 of one another.

I wager you wouldn't be able to tell me the difference between them in a blind test.
The_Hoff2 h, 17 m ago

What?A few points to correct your post:XE90 is the X1 chip.XE93 is the X1 …What?A few points to correct your post:XE90 is the X1 chip.XE93 is the X1 Extreme chip.XE93 chip was advertised as being Dolby Vision capable at launch, they have since recognised that the chip is nowhere near capable of Dolby Vision standards so have had to create their own interpretation of its standard for use on Sony mastered 4K UHD movies.All XE ranges are mid-range.The XE90 is a full FALD array, the XE93 isn't even FALD.


X1 X1 extreme chip you know what I mean, as for the Dolby vision you are Incorrect, the version implemented is over usb and because it's proprietary dolby vision over hdmi and disc has yet to be implemented. The XE93 is a better TV than the XE90 which is the model below.
DookieWookie1st Feb

Why would you pick the XE9305 over the XE9005? higher nits for better …Why would you pick the XE9305 over the XE9005? higher nits for better brightness and HDR, it also has the X1 chip for smoother motion and it will be updated with Dolby Vision, this TV is the immediate step up from the XE9005 which is just below the high end range.


What?

A few points to correct your post:

XE90 is the X1 chip.
XE93 is the X1 Extreme chip.

XE93 chip was advertised as being Dolby Vision capable at launch, they have since recognised that the chip is nowhere near capable of Dolby Vision standards so have had to create their own interpretation of its standard for use on Sony mastered 4K UHD movies.

All XE ranges are mid-range.

The XE90 is a full FALD array, the XE93 isn't even FALD.
LG 50UH635V 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD Freeview Smart WiFi HDMI USB LED TV - £404.99 (with code) @ Argos eBay
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Use code PAYDAY10 to save 10% The LG 50UH635V 50 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV is the perfect large screen television for a living room in a family home, the 4K Ultra HD resolu… Read more
Looks to be sold out now
33179200-KN2V4.jpgPlease note display spec could be incorrect. anyone got this model TV can take a pixel picture? could be an WRGB
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magroune50 m ago

this model is IPS according to the graphics on the LG site for this model. …this model is IPS according to the graphics on the LG site for this model. http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-50UH635VRGBW ?


displayspecifications.com/en/…505
this model is IPS according to the graphics on the LG site for this model. lg.com/uk/…35V
RGBW ?
Samsung UE55M6320 55" Full HD Curved LED TV - £499 @ Co-Op Electrical
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Co-Op Electrical Deal Great Deal - Shame I can't get the Mrs' approval to buy another new telly! (annoyed) 55” Full HD Smart TV with Freeview HD Catch up on your favourite TV… Read more
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Coop members get 5% back on all Samsung currently so £24.95 to spend again!!

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You can get 4K from Samsung for around the same price.
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Seems a decent price - thanks for sharing
LG OLED55B7V 55” OLED TV Reduced To  £1399 @ Selfridges (Manchester, Trafford Centre) maybe national.
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Spotted in Manchester Trafford Centre today @17:30 cant see these going for much lower from reputable retailers before they sell out, so snap em up!
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Does anyone have a JL price match for this tv that they want to pass onto to me? Obviously if you’re not interested in the telly anymore.
superal3rd Feb

It's available for £1409.99 from richersounds. Just get them to price beat …It's available for £1409.99 from richersounds. Just get them to price beat Drakedisplays.com (codes sale50 and sale20 stack to take £70 off normal £1499.99 price) then RS take off another £20


Richer won't PM that site for me, telling me the site is too fishy.
Spenfica1st Feb

If anyone gives a fig (just me possibly) here are details of the new 2018 …If anyone gives a fig (just me possibly) here are details of the new 2018 models compared to this (much cheaper) 2017 modelLG's 2018 OLED TV line-up consists of W8, G8, E8, C8 and B8 ranges, with all bar B8 powered by a new Alpha 9 picture processor (B8 uses a new version of LG's Alpha 7 processor). LG's gone big on picture enhancement this year, with claimed improvements in noise reduction, depth enhancement and colour reproduction. Also new for 2018 is support for high frame rates up to 120fps (frames per second).LG has also added dynamic processing to HDR formats HDR 10 and HLG - both of these tend to use static metadata but LG claims HLG Pro and HDR 10 Pro will be able to enhance the picture quality of these two formats even further.


Also keep in mind the new stuff will have nothing to support it for years. The image processing won't be that big of a difference (sport i guess?). The only big thing is black frame thing.
Add SALE100 for a further £100 off. Only works on the 55", and not the 65" though
It's available for £1409.99 from richersounds. Just get them to price beat Drakedisplays.com (codes sale50 and sale20 stack to take £70 off normal £1499.99 price) then RS take off another £20
Digihome 43" UHD 4K Smart LED TV w/ Wi-Fi  & Freeview Play now £279 delivered @ Box.co.uk
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Been keeping an eye on this and recently dropped by approx £30, ideal for a bedroom and comes with various smart features - also VESA mountable Digihome 43UHDCNTD 43" UHD 4K Sma… Read more
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Experience of cheap brand TVs like this is that the '4K' is not to be taken literally. It'll be perhaps a shade better than 720p (HD Ready) compared to a branded TV.
Great TV for the price. Hot!
Terrible TV
This is just another noname brand from the manufacturer Vestel.

Vestel produce a lot of very cheap TVs and market them under literally dozens of names to make it appear that there are a lot of competing suppliers. They are just the same TV with very slight variations between them.

It makes no difference which of their TVs you purchase there really wont be much difference between them. Some people will be attracted to a name they haven't heard of rather buying from brands like Bush or Alba. Some might associate the names with old British brands of the same name and feel nostalgic or nationalistic. Don't be fooled they are produced in countries like Slovenia or Turkey are just a rubbish as each other. You may be lucky and get one that works well for a long time, or as is most likely you will get it and barely lasts the minimum warranty period they are designed for.

To get a better quality TV you have to pay more - sometimes not much more. In the old days TVs used to last for ever - it was a reliable product. Now it is a disposable item.
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