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LG soundbar with sub woofer at Currys / PC World instore for £129.99/£117 with Audio10 and 6 month deezer
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Looking for a nice cheaper addition for music and films at Christmas this could be a good deal for you. seen this in Preston Walton-le-Dale retail unit store , save 10% with audio… Read more
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Mine is connected to an Apple TV, but all of them are plugged into a Sonoff wifi switch so when that’s triggered via iPhone or Alexa they all power up simultaneously - would that help you?


I’ve had this for a year, pretty good and the sub makes all the difference.


Could try different hdmi cables, reset tv if possible reset soundbar or your tv is not supported if does then mabey return it order new 1.


Have this one myself and sounds fantastic (and also bought from there) but cannot get the ARC to work on it no matter how hard we try. We currently just use it connected via Bluetooth to our LG tv. It’s a pain though that you have to manually switch it on every time.


I would go for this Samsung one instead it was posted on UKHD yesterday i picked one up for my parents its really good has Bluetooth and a HDMI port as well as an optical port!! Works out around £142 after the discount in store https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-hw-k450-21-wireless-sound-bar-14310-with-code-at-currys-3139308

LG 55SK8500PLA (55") 4K SUHD HDR TV £699 @ Currys
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
I found this as a result of an earlier deal posted by "stiiwii". This is the 55in version of his deal, and I thought I would post as it is still £100 cheaper than elsewhere (eg. e… Read more

I’m waiting for the OLED in jan sales personally. At the moment, you have to drop about a 1000 for a problem free tv.


No Freeview Play on the Samsung either...


From my understanding, it depends on how you use your TV. Some people like to watch movies in a darkened room and some people prefer to keep the lights on or watch in a bright room. Black levels will be noticeable in the dark but not in the day time or well lit rooms at night. The Samsung seems better for darker rooms and the LG seems better for daytime or brighter rooms.


that's kinda why I'm asking. What will the movie look like on this particular Samsung. If the Samsung’s HDR makes up for it somehow.


This is true. However in terms of LCD technology the IPS panel that LG use here provide improved viewing angles at a cost of less contrast. The Samsung will look punchier resulting in a better sense of depth and physicality due to the VA type LCD panel inhertially having better black levels. I'm a big Fan of LG (specifically their OLED's) but their LCD's TV's look slightly misty in comparison to Samsung and Sony. That's just my observation.

LG 49'' SuperUHD sk850 £599 @ Currys
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
LG 49sk850 full array SuperUHD TV. Online and in store. This was £679 at its cheapest on Black Friday. You can also get the 55inch for £100 more using the same code. Product in… Read more

Thanks @stiiwii I just ordered one. I've been looking for a 49/50 inch TV around the £450-550 mark for a while - Samsung 50NU7400, Philips 50PUS7303, Sony Bravia KD49XF8096 - but they all seemed to have various compromises. This one is a bit over budget but looks well worth the extra.


Aha, my bad. Thought you had some amazing work scheme for a sec there!


.... Purchased today for delivery ON Tuesday... Apologies if my post wasn't clear


Thanks for this deal I did a similar thing to this. Reserved for collection in store today, told them of the voucher code so they scanned a barcode from a list (first they said "online only" then I reminded them I reserved for collection so they then said "it's a different code" they had so persist) and then I paid with a gift card of £599 using a works system that saved 6.5% (actual cost £560.07). Fantastic TV!


This was 899 on Tuesday, you get nearly 40% off with work vouchers? (skeptical)

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LG SJ8 4.1 Wireless Sound Bar £224.10 @ Currys
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
LG soundbar

I'm Convinced... Maybe in the Jan sales.


Currently looking at SK5R to drop down, it is the best soundbar with wireless speakers at the back in this price range, still can't find whether it has 4k pass-through as it seems to only have Hdmi 1.4 :/


What I am saying is the sk5r is a better deal for extra £25 than this deal. 180 watt more and extra 2 rear wireless speakers .


So is this a criticism or positive? I'm in the market for a newer sound bar. Just got a 65c8 and thinking about upgrading my old optical 100w lg sound bar.


And the sk5r rear speakers are wired to a Bluetooth box that box is separate to the main unit so no wires running from front to rear speakers. The speakers have wires but only to the Bluetooth box which you put at the back of the room. Same as my Sony one I want to replace.

LG 27GK750F 27 inch 1ms 240Hz (FHD,HDMI,DP) £199.97 @ LaptopsDirect
Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Back to sub £200 decent monitor for a good price.

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/lg_27gk750f.htm#conclusion Given the 'Approved' award by TFTcentral (so it's definitely a good gaming monitor)


I've never heard of resolution-induced nausea and nausea from high FPS isn't a widespread problem, seemingly most common in those who are already prone to motion sickness. Nausea from low frame rates seems to be a far more widely documented issue, hence the recommended minimum of 90Hz for VR HMDs. Higher frame rates are like higher sample rates in digital audio, the higher you go the harder it is to distinguish between artifice and reality. This is obviously subject to diminishing returns, given the limits of human senses, but human perception is incredibly complex and many are capable of seeing the effects of refresh rates considerably higher than the standard 60Hz required for "smooth" motion. One other thing, higher refresh rates increase motion resolution. Consider a moving object rendered onscreen. To maintain the illusion of smooth motion, the lower the frame rate the greater the amount of blur will be present (whether actual as in cine film, or synthetic as in a video game). Higher frame rates require less blur for a smooth and seamless frame-to-frame transition, and this reduction in blur equates to an increase in motion resolution. You can see the limits of low-Hz motion resolution for yourself. Looking straight-ahead, move a hand from side to side and track it with your eyes. Your hand will appear sharp even though it's in motion. Now if you were to watch a video of the same scene and try tracking the moving hand with your eyes you won't be able to detect anywhere near as much detail on the hand. The higher the frame rate of capture and display, the less blur will be present and the higher the detail of objects in motion across the display. Obviously the scene would need to captured at a higher rate too for TV and film purposes, hence my earlier point about blur introduced into synthetic images/CGI where nothing is actually captured and exists purely to satisfy our desire for smooth motion. Sure, the whole experience may feel odd and strange at first, hence the phrase "soap opera effect", but that's only because of the previous display technologies we've grown accustomed to (eg. cine/24, tv/25-30 FPS). The first time I saw smooth motion in play was on a Samsung TV a few years ago and I was gobsmacked by the fluidity of the display and the quality of panning shots. That's the main issue for many, the "shock of the new", and when you grow accustomed to it it's hard to go back.


Arguably the best non-gsync 240Hz monitor. Strobes at 240Hz pretty well, just use the 'Original' scaling method (other methods add a frame of input lag, according to people at the blurbusters forum).


higher framerates and higher res cause motion sickness too. depends if you're reacting to the jerkiness of low fps, or the 'hyper' smoothness of high fps.


But I think the OP meant it might be too fast for SOME. I.e. Not necessary.

LG 43UK6400PLF 43 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with Freeview Play/Freesat HD - £313.65 w/code @ Hughes ebay
Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Step into the colour brilliance of 4K HDR with LGs stunning UK6400. 4K UHD resolution combines with colour-boosting HDR for visuals that will blow you away. LGs True Colour Accurac… Read more

@lahore786 how did you get the price to 389, i only see it as 419?


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Nice lahori :D :D Love the man on your profile (y)


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LG Steam™ F4J6VY2W 9Kg Washing Machine with 1400 rpm - White - A+++ Rated £429 @ AO - part of LG 5 year warranty models
Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
Use code SAVE20 for selected large appliances Register within 28 days with LG for 5 year warranty Product Overview Make laundry days effortless with this superb washing machine … Read more

For what it's worth the FH4U2VCN2 is still available for £429 -10% LKA10A = £386 at Curry's. With CB & gift cards (I can get 8% through my company) it gets even better. That being said I'm quite torn between said deal (featuring turbowash) and this one (steam function, but not available from Curry's so ~£50 more expensive). Then there's also the way more expensive F4J6VY1W at £529 which apparently is the even newer model (LG model numbers seem intentionally confusing). If anyone could chip in with an advice I'd really appreciate it.


Theres a few settings that use steam think the lg site or even john lewis have more info. I got the FH4U2VCN2 9kg for £377 on black friday. Its brilliant and some of the washes have taken 1.5 hours for a full load upt o 2.5hours. Think this model is the newer version


I'm looking for a new washer but no idea what this "steam" function is.....does this work like a traditional washer with steam as an extra function? or does every programme use the steam process? was looking to buy the LGFH4U2JCN2 Smart 10 kg but missed the offer buy a few hours (gutted) so might just hold for the boxing day sales.


no it was sonic direct its a bit more expensive but the lightly bigger drum


Did they price match ao?

LG 49SK8000PLB 49" 4K SUPER UHD TV £554  cramptonandmoore
Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
LG 49" 4K LCD TV EDGE LED Which Best Buy @ 73% I know this is repeating the known ebay voucher discount code. However I found many of the TVs on offer with the discount sub par.… Read more

Yeah the 49" SK8500 was definitely £679 for Black Week at Currys. Funny is before it was at £879 but now it's at £999. So either they will drop it to higher than £679 for Boxing Day or - probably more likely - they'll advertise it on TV as a 40% off deal to attract the masses. Ive seen it side by side with the XF90 - the Sony is better but it's not worth the extra £250-300 for casual Sky HD and steaming for me. I guess it all depends on your useage.


My bad. Got my wires crossed.


The SK8500 isn't OLED. It's a LCD with full array local ddimming.


Unless cbr-spikes46 means the oled version which is LG 49SK8500PLA. Also been watching this one. But not seen it drop below £999 myself


fwiw in case you didn't see it, the 8500 was £679 on Black Friday, so maybe it may return in New Year sales - i.e. might be good to hold off as it has certainly been cheaper than it is now... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-49sk8500pla-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-with-dolby-vision-679-currys-3109774 i also thought it was a curry's exclusive?

Refurbished SIM Free LG G6 5.7 Inch 32GB 13MP 4G Mobile Phone - Black - £199.99 delivered from Argos ebay
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
SIM Free LG G6 5.7 Inch 32GB 13MP 4G Mobile Phone - BlackRefurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee Please note that this mobile phone will always include the handset, battery a… Read more
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I was looking at this recently and ended up going with the Q6 for a lot less money. It's only slightly less of a phone if you're not after the very top specs. I picked mine up for 75 pounds (second hand) and am very happy with it. This is still a good deal though :) Ooops was a good deal


Has it been cured of bootloop in this refurbishment I wonder?


"It" being the operative word here! Hahaha, should have checked first. Well, at least it will have made one person happy (hopefully!). ;)


Saw this, glad you posted it, 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 heat 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 ;) <3

LG 24MP88HV 24 inch Infinity Display IPS Monitor (1920 x 1080, VGA, 2x HDMI, 250 cd/m2, 5ms, Neo Blade III Panel) £154.71 Amazon
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
LG IPS Monitors ensure an awesome picture quality that provides clear images and vivid colors from any angle The Infinity Display provides a borderless visual experience on all 4 … Read more

damn man after many days of searching day and night for a monitor, when i saw this i thought this was the perfect one that met most of my requirements, only till i saw the back of the monitor itself and it was a horrible white color :(



65" LG Ultra HD HDR TV £665 @ PRC Direct
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
Great price £665 using code XMAS30 at the checkout and if u can find this model cheaper they will price match
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all models below sk8000 are non nano cell panels and use the RGBW pixel filler. Info is out there if you look,do not do it on a LG site though a they do not promote this flaw obviously . Check this page and click on the LCD part in comparisons to OLED https://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1523522612


Just wondering how you know it's RGBW


Rgbw so fake 4k. Only models above sk8000 use nano cell technology. This is fine if you are used to standard HD and upgrading but for that price you an get the sk8000 abiet a smaller screen but it's, far superior 4k.

32GB LG G7 Fit- 4GB RAM / 6.1" 3120 x 1440 / Quad Core £346.99 @ Laptop Outlet
31/12/2018Expires on 31/12/2018Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
Currently the best price I can see for a SIM Free model on this within the UK. Has a 6.1" 3120 x 1440 res screen and 4GB RAM - Thought was worth sharing if anyone has been on the l… Read more

Ahh yes I missed that detail. In that case, cold.


I think this model, G7 fit is a budget version that has Snapdragon 821 Still waiting for the G7 one version, which is in-between with Snapdragon 835, only one rear facing camera , and Android one.


The G7 has a Snapdragon 845 not an 821. This is good deal, brand new phone, £34 cheaper than MPD


Yeah and phones with 855 are coming soon too! This is a rip off.


Is this the same as G7 ThinQ

LG 29UM59-P 29" Ultrawide 21:9 IPS 2560x1080 Monitor with FreeSync £169.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
Decent price on this model! I had an older model with almost identical specs and it was fantastic. Worked well with games for a wide FOV, had it for about 3 years. They're really g… Read more

ok thank you


It looks to be the same monitor re-badged, as this version (29UM59-P) is no longer produced according to the LG website.


Can someone please tell me what the difference is between this monitor and this one on amazon? LG 29WK500 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B079SJ36Y8/?coliid=I2OXVDE8U5N145&colid=240L2CYI7DAIN&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it&th=1


I have an intel chip on my laptop. How do i overclock this with Intel HD Graphics Control Panel?


I want one santa 😁

LG OLED65B7V 65 inch 4K OLED TV @ Crampton and Moore eBay
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
showing at £1,799 but Save an extra 15% using code POST15 at checkout! bringing price down to £1,724

So what I just paid for my OLED last year then :)


That would be £1978.51 equivalent for your CRT, Jerry.


Great TV, I paid £1999 this time last year for the same model. The picture quality is stunning as are the blacks! I swapped up from a 5 year old 55". Its amazing how quickly you get use to a larger Tv and even take it for granted. I paid £1000 for a 32" CRT 25 years ago, God know how much that would be in todays money :(


You would happily pay more for me to get the latest? Thanks! (highfive)


The panel is exactly the same as this years tech. The only difference is the processor they use in 2018 vs 2017. Its around 30% faster allowing LG to run some more image processing. But if you're feeding it good 4K content to begin with I dont think the processing matters...

LG 70UK6500PLA 70 inch Smart Ultra HD 4K TV £924 delivered w/code @ Crampton & Moore eBay
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
LG 70UK6500PLA 70 inch Smart Ultra HD 4K TV for £924 delivered with code POST15 plus free delivery. Recently dropped to sub £1k so this is an extra £75 saving. The main Crampt… Read more

"C'mon 70" - Did I hear that in my head how I was intended to?


Tempted, especially with 5yr cover.... but going to wait for 75" LG offer thats similar. Might be waiting a while but you never know XD Great find tho, heat


What is the motion rate?


Cold, I'd expect OLED at that price .... Kidding. Great spot Chanchi. C'mon 70" (excited) Heat Given.


Thanks OP (y)

SAMSUNG UE50NU7020 50" Ultra HD Smart 4K HDR TV £339.15 / LG 49UK6300PLB 49" ULTRA HD 4K TV £339.15 w/code @ Crampton and moore ebay
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Ultra HD certified HDR powered by HDR 10+ LG 49UK6300PLB 49" ULTRA HD 4K TV https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LG-49UK6300P-49-ULTRA-HD-4K-TV/282958636493?hash=item41e1a625cd:g:NrgAAOSw… Read more

50p cheaper here without any code. 8)


Why are you people still voting hot and saying things like ' Cracking deal'?! This was £399 before the code was applied. They then raised the price to £470. At least bother to look at the deal or read comments?!


Cracking deal


Wow this is so hot for this price. Beats the cheaply Sharp and the others out.


1 year guarantee? Cold.

LG 65UK6500PLA 65" 4K Ultra HD HDR TV(+ Free Delivery + 4k HDMI) £799 @ Hifi-confidential
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Free Delivery (UK Mainland) Brand New Boxed Approved LG Stockist 5 Star Customers' Service + FREE - The High Speed 4K HDMI Cable 2M + Warranty 1 Year LG's UK6500PLA Series TV… Read more
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As if I'm going to read that (y) agree to disagree


Just not true anymore. I quote.. When it comes to both SDR 4K TVs and HDR models with wide color gamut and 10-bit color, the raw color volume differences between IPS models and VA models are almost null. In other words, all HDR wide color specs being equal, the two different display panel types perform about the same at delivering high dynamic range color, 10-bit color for 1.07 billion color values and overall color saturation. LG’s Super UHD 4K HDR TVs such as the UH9500 and UH8500are two particularly notable IPS TV models with superb color performance despite their weak contrast ratios and black levels compared to a typical mid-range VA HDR TV with the same HDR color specs. However, black levels and contrast do create a visual perception of more vibrant colors due to how the human eye perceives contrasts. Thus, a VA TV with deeper, richer blacks can look like its delivering sharper, richer colors in content simply because the onscreen dark tones contrast so much more sharply with colorful objects in the same piece of content. This is something that viewers should keep in mind and a reason why black levels and high contrast are considered so important for a more realistic and vibrant level of picture quality.


Colours are true colours though, for example Reds, Blues and Yellows etc. But blacks aren't as deep black you're right, but for action movies or gaming - which a lot of people buy these 4k TVs for - IPS is superior, due to the true colours and angle viewing. It is seen as the best of all worlds, a simple search on Google will bring up lots of comparisons between IPS and the rest.


Colour is far superior?! The blacks are grey lol. I think you are the only person I’ve heard who thinks IPS is better OTHER than for viewing angle.


How do you work that out? Colour is far superior with IPS to VA and TN, refresh rate is better with TN but IPS has the best of all worlds in my opinion with the added bonus of viewing angle, such as having it in the corner of a large living room.

LG 28MT49S 28" Smart LED TV £169 - Currys Ebay
Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
The LG 28mt49s Smart TV is packed-full of features to enhance your viewing experience. From the well-established brand LG, this smart TV connects to the Internet to allow for… Read more

You can feed it 1080p but the screen can only display 720 or at a push FWXGA.




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I have this TV in bedroom and you can get 1080p on it through the SKY Q mini box aswell as xbox one & PS4


720p cold . Crystal clear pictures will be big pixels .

LG OLED55C8PLA 55" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart OLED TV £1699 @ PRC direct
Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
A smart TV with Excellent clarity and sound, overall very very satisfied with the product with free 5 years Warranty & free blu-ray player worth £200
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Can you try running the gray scale test and report back the results? Note that it needs to be in a dark room!


Had mine delivered on Black Friday. Mine is pretty much perfect. An amazing picture and cracking tv


I have it like for a week and think it's faulty panel. I can see it ot Netflix, Xbox One X and standard TV program. Regret replacing my 55 inch 2016 LG LED to be honest. Fingers crossed the replacement will be better.


Do you notice it on normal viewing? how long have you had it as I understand that it should improve with use


Be aware of the OLED panel common issues like...gray colours (annoyed)

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