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Smart TVs are the next big thing in home entertainment, mixing conventional televisions with internet browsing and social media functions. There are plenty of options to think about when buying a Smart TV, the best deals can be found on a dedicated page here at HotUKDeals. Read more
LG 55SJ850V LED HDR Super UHD 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" £799 @ John Lewis With 5 year guarantee
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Found 2 h, 58 m agoFound 2 h, 58 m ago
Cheapest it has been for a while, very pleased with my TV It is 8+2 (FRC) and an RGB panel
powerbrick

600 nits peak, poo.

LOL_is_stupid

Definitely RGB/4K. Great TV and excellent price.

sotv

https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/13b0544a8 The 2 Tv's compared side by side.

JimChaplin1415

I've been comparing this to the mu7000 and it appears that the Samsung wins on everything but sound.

doctorblue

No...55MU7000 is a 10 bit VA panel...

LG 65SK9500PLA LED HDR Super UHD 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" £1699.95 John Lewis (5 year guarantee)
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Found 3 h, 17 m agoFound 3 h, 17 m ago
New tv only about 3 Months Product code: 82465246 Freeview Play Bask in the astonishing colours of LG's Super UHD 4K TV, the SK9500. Hyper-detailed 4K UHD resolution combines … Read more
sigma

Thanks for sharing @tafida01 I've added some extra info to the title and trimmed some of the info out of the opening post that wasn't directly related to this deal to shorten the text block slightly (y)

tyke

You might need to expand the description!

Samsung UE49MU7000 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £599 @ CoOp Electrical
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Found 11 h, 9 m agoFound 11 h, 9 m ago
USE CODE CP30 Product DescriptionSee a brighter, bolder world and discover exceptional Certified Ultra HD with our MU7000 Dynamic Crystal Colour TV.With striking brightness and … Read more
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MarSet

not only that but 55" is 120Hz and 49" is only 60Hz. That's why I've decided to hunt for 55" after nearly buying 49".

MarSet

great price, shame that RS and JL won't mach it

trickytree1984

I've got the older version. It's so painfully slow and crashy. John Lewis engineers coming again today. 4th time

musefan2001

That's disappointing, I was told all 7 series and above were 10bit. Shame

metalmakabre

It also says the 55" version is the same but they are wrong as the 55" is 10 bit

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LG 55UJ635V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play & Crescent Stand, Black at John Lewis for £499
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Found 13 h, 5 m agoFound 13 h, 5 m ago
1st post, also looking for a good 4k TV.
DrunkOnRedWine

Proved my point, and indeed you get what you pay for.

prash_2k

Or just buy a plasma for a lot less. Most plasmas around £500 2nd hand are better than most modern oled

abhijitdash123

Loads of TVs are now RGBW and thats a very efficient way to reduce costs and hardly makes any difference to the normal viewer. So does not matter et all. And if it were to matter to someone they wont be looking at this thread anyway.

abhijitdash123

What a load of crap really. In this price range people are more than happy to have a 4K screen that is 8bit+FRC just like most TVs under £800. And its absolutely fine. And about HDR, you have to spend more than £1000 for more than 1000nit for true HDR but again who cares in this price range. Awesome deal and dont listen to haters. Either they will ask you to spend double or give a stupid idea to buy 1080p in this age when there are hardly any TVs that are 1080p in the market. HOT.

cannycoyote

picked up this for my daughters bedroom for £200 locally lol almost new. the seller thought the picture was crap so was selling it so did i when he demo'd it tho. however when i got it home and plugged a good source in it was amazing - unlucky! recommended!

Hisense H65N5750 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV With HDR - £669 with Voucher @ Richer Sounds
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Found 20 h, 40 m agoFound 20 h, 40 m ago
£30 cheaper than Argos with code TV30 6 year warranty A mighty 65” screen, HDR/HLG compatibility and smart tech – the Hisense 65N5750 is big screen bargain. HDR10 and HLG compa… Read more
i_need_bargains

It's all model dependent, this tv is at the lower end of the scale. It might give similar performance to competing models from the big brands but personally I wouldn't put Hisense in the same class as Sony, Panasonic, Samsung or LG. Best to find reviews of it.

hugh1988

They are mid/low range, but offer good value. For example, this HDR TV is not even 10bit, which is pretty essential for HDR, instead they opt for 8bit panel with some software trickery to make it look better.

alonso

Tv30 code no longer works.. Was just about to buy. Wonder if the price will fall again with new models coming out?

allsa001

I so tempted by this. Just wondering the Toshiba 65U6763 from Richer Sounds is on at £769, but the BigTV50 voucher gets you £50 off, making it £719. Out of the 2 TV's which is the best? and if it is the Toshiba, is it worth the extra £50. Many thanks to anyone who can offer some advice

poisondwarf

Same here...

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Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV With HDR £379.99 / Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Smart TV £159.99 @ Argos
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Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Couple of great TV offers at Argos - just in time for the World Cup! Get Deal link goes to the Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV With HDR for £379.99 & you can find the Bush … Read more
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accvio

I too bought a 'fake' Hitachi that turned out to be a Vestel. It failed just outside the warranty, and whoever Hitachi employed to do the abysmal after sales service weren't interested. Such a shame, as the old Hitachi I had was excellent. I will never buy another.

damadgeruk

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vestel Picture quality generally considered good, typically poor sound (common to most modern TVs), awful build quality /reliability though due to the high numbers built you'll often have people saying theirs is 7 years old and works fine. :) I know of some old ones too though I see too many failures to use one. If you must buy one, get a 5 year warranty, I'd bet you'll need it.

leechris82

What is ment by a vestel? Im looking alot at tvs and seeing this alot, tnz

MDL199

I think with modern TV's if it's anything major and your TV is out of warranty then it's nearly always cheaper to buy a new TV. Something simple can be repaired whatever the brand.

TimeFor_Tech

But the point is, if you have a more expensive brand there is more likelihood in it getting fixed by that brand.

Hisense 65N5750 65” 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV With Freeview Play - £699 @ Richer Sounds
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Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
6 Year Guarantee £200 saving comes with freeview play, Netflix and Amazon Prime. HDR with a narrow metal frame
solentsnow91

I agree , have a 55'' from them, the build quality is superb and puts my LG 4k which I have in the bedroom to shame

XP200

I can't praise this brand enough, their Tv are awesome for the money they are charging. Heat.

gidsterc

Wow. That's a BIG tv. (shock)

Krunch87

Nice tv for the price.

dodgyc

I actually agree with you, was just noting the price match which Amazon did today.

Samsung UE55MU9000 55 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD Premium HDR 1000 Smart LED TV TVPlus - £829 (with code) @ ReliantDirect
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Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
USE CODE SAVE100 55” MU9000 9 Series Curved,UHD 4K TVWitness a brighter, bolder world and discover exceptional Certified Ultra HD with Samsung’s MU9000 Dynamic Crystal Colour TV. … Read more
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Kevin_Kane

Think it's on Amazon for £854 if that suits anyone better

foggy

I'm ruined man, got both. (Whispers quietly has slight preference for telly, far more entertaining and a working volume control...)

shayureppa

Get a real women not TV LOL

Shadow_of_Intent

The 8 series is more expensive unfortunately.

foggy

Love curves me

Hisense H65N5750 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV With HDR - £699 @ Argos
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Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Hisense H65N5750 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV With HDR from Argos..
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iamprobably

Good tv - good picture for ‘normal life’. Its a tv. Plug it into your sky box and it works. Stick a firestick in and it works. Good tv - good price - you get what you pay. It works.

richyjwill

Fantastic price!

MCYounes

65" and 60hz ?? :-/ that's gonna look rough

Jbugman

U8 and U9 models will do local dimming, U6 and U7 are edge dimming only Panels are all 60hz still 50 inch U7 to be about £700 will support HLG and HDR+ but not Dolby link to video, other details found vi Google https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=s9_zQmoXzdw

boonkoh

New Hisense model (H65U7) out in a few weeks, for the world cup. Listing already on Amazon. Anyone know if that is a big improvement over 2017 model?

Philips 50PUS6272/05 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR & Ambilight 3-sided £409 @ Amazon
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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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Foley2001_uk

Totally agree with this, sharpness on 0 and 1 add blur, 2 appears pin sharp with no artefacts and above 2 starts to introduce too much processing on 4k content

Aretak

Give sharpness on 2 a try and see what you think. From my testing, that produces the least-processed image. Lower settings seem to actually add blur, whilst higher creates visible ringing. This test pattern is a good way to judge it (especially the vertical black and white lines): Just need to display it on the TV fullscreen with overscan turned off. It'd be nice if manufacturers could agree on a universal setting for no artificial sharpening/blurring to be honest. On Sony TVs it's 50/100 for example, with lower adding blur and higher adding artificial sharpening.

Shakeyyy

The blacks on my TV are deep black and I watch it at night with the lights off. My Panasonic on the other hand, lightbleed and grey-ish haze for the blacks. Sounds like you have a slightly faulty panel bruh

Des-picable

Just configured mine - it's not very intuitive, but the image quality is amazing now. Other than obvious fiddling with contrast/brightness/gamma etc. be sure to turn sharpness down to 0 (original picture). Also, when you start sending HDR content to the TV, you have to configure it again as HDR has separate settings. I'd start from 'HDR Game' if I you also bought it for a console. Another important thing to keep in mind that had me going nuts for a while is that once you enter a 4K HDR game, it's down to 1080p. You need to go to your general settings (who the hell put it there?) and switch HDMI Ultra HD from UHD 4:2:0 (blaze it) to UHD 4:4:4/4:4:2 By the way, I'm in love with Ambilight, I think I'll stay with Philips forever now.

From_the_Midlands

Its still covered for 2 years from the date you get it

4 x Philips Hue White & Colour Ambience E14 (candle) bulbs, or E27, for £104.99 ~ £26.25 each Amazon (Prime)
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Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Philips Hue White & Colour Ambience E14 twin pack for £61.76, with 15% off if you buy 2 packs. UPDATE: Also E24 bulbs: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Ambience-Personal-Wire… Read more
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androidavis

Why take the car to town when you can walk or cycle? When you think about it totally overkill in expense instead of a tiny bit of exercise. In fairness I think some people who moan about smart things do get it. They just frown upon it. For them, if they were to play with a new toy or gadget they would splurge on something else. My wife for example :) is the same. Whether I would care enough to spoil someone’s fun with comments is another issue - I couldn’t be bothered.

pinnocchio

I gave up trying to convince the 'I'm not paying £30 for a fracking lightbulb' mob a while back.... the simple truth is they just don't get it.

androidavis

It’s a heck of a lot cheaper and quicker than painting my room to make up the colours I want around the place. I can then change it all one two ticks. No paint

gazjon

My living room alone would need 14 of these. Guess who's NOT buying them. Cold because all of these bulbs are way overpriced.

Common.Sense

£26 a bulb -v- £1 for a standard LED bulb from £1 shop! £26 a bulb, what a shock!

Toshiba 55U6663DB 55 Inch Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD 4 HDMI £379 @ AO/Ebay
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Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Toshiba 55U6663DB 55 Inch Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD 4 HDMI New Looks a decent tv for £379!!
rash1989

Yeah good deal, I don’t check hukd daily so not seen previously n need a decent tv, thanks

CPPERCY

I bought this direct from AO. Great vale, really decent tv

cricky12

If you try it and don't like it AO won't refund you, they only refund unopened, unused tvs, so be aware

RickPC

Instore supposedly, none the less it’s still a good deal from what I’ve seen about at that price

mrpipster

Step Back in Time! Wasn't this £335. 12 months ago: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/toshiba-55u6663db-55-inch-4k-ultra-hd-tv-33550-tesco-instore-humberston-2675842#comment-33687681

Sony KD55XE8577SU 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (5 Year Warranty) £792.99 Delivered with Code ‘CTV60’ @ Co-op Electrical
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Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Good price with the 5 year warranty and it’s a 10 bit panel tv for those wanting to know! displayspecifications.com/en/model/fcaecdb The Sony Bravia XE85 is a 4K HDR TV that pa… Read more
shayureppa

Anybody in to gaming and has an Xbox one. Pick up the samsung QE49Q7F which has low input lag and 120hz native panel. in the next month or so Xbox is getting update to support 120hz enjoy!

alan2simms

I honestly dont know why you are quoting my comment , I was qouting @MUFFMONKEY comment refering to Sony XE8596 vs XE8577 since this is a sony TV thread the side by side comparison links are for 2 Sont Tv's not a samsung , I have not mentioned anything about a Samsung TV . Iwould not and do not comment on something i dont own

shayureppa

Go for the SAMSUNG QLED. Panel quality superior Tizen OS far superior than buggy Sony TV using Android. This is major downside of Sony with regards to Android on TV or Mobile. Tizen OS I like it. Fast, simple and works great out of the box. SAMSUNG One Remote. Game Mode (Input Lag) All these latest SAMSUNG TV have great input lag. Great for gaming. I got the MU6400 40" and coming from a monitor no major difference and I am a competitive gamer. When it comes to TVs. Opt for SAMSUNG. Back from the 90s Sony, Pansonic use to dominate with great TVs now things have changed. Sony messed up by using Android when the first ones launched. Huge panel faults with blob effects and best of input lag (which they fixed in later firmware for 4K gaming) but not a huge fix.

shayureppa

There is a difference. Android on Sony TV are notorious. Buggy and supported poorly. Tizen OS over Android OS on TV any day. Fast, simple and the UI is fab.

hbo86

I was the same I got the Panasonic 700b but wanted the oled c7 it went down to £1380 and I still was indesive so went for a Samsung model and it had bad motion and colour banding so wanted to the c7 but was too expensive at £1799 so I've now ordered the Sony 9305e near oled quality for £1169 will wait for oled

Hisense H50A6200 - 50inch LED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £269 with code CE10 del £3.99 @ CoOp Electrical
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Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Been looking around for a budget TV and came across this. Not sure if it's any good, but for the price, it's a bargain! The new 2018 Hisense range offers a tv experience like neve… Read more
alexdodd

Did anyone get it at this price? It was obviously a mistake and they corrected it

Zatos

Probably kicking himself now.

ezzer72

You were going to read reviews before snatching this bargain??

AaronLeeMcIntosh

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NTscott22

Just about to buy then OOS !!

Hisense H55N5700 Grey - 55inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £422.99 (using code) @ Co-op Electrical
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Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Use code CP30 to bring price down to £419 then £3.99 for delivery = £422.99 total. TCB also doing 2.1% on TV`s so a possible further reduction of around £8. Maybe AO will pri… Read more
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cas398

What youve heard and what you know are two different things dont get them confused

crazy_kalz

Yes they are. I've heard numerous issues with the software on Hisense TVs. Samsung and LG's have way better software!

cas398

No theyre not

PsychoSonny

Problem is people on here want everything to be top spec for 20 quid. If you care about spec then spend more. But no they would rather just berate every TV posted that is cheap. Hisense don't make top end tvs, well they did make a couple but they didn't sell too well. I think they will improve but long time off yet

Rhythmeister

Better value for money, yes (flirt) Sure the budget Samsungs advertise nits which they can't achieve anyway.

55" Toshiba Full HD Smart TV, £329.98 at ebuyer
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Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Technical Specifications Display Screen Size (inch / cm): 55" / 140cm Resolution: FHD (1920 x 1080) Panel Type: D-LED Main Features Smart TV: YES Processor Type: Dual Core… Read more
freakstyler

Sometimes retailers buy stock from the manufacturer without any sort of manufacturer warranty or support meaning they get a discount – they then provide support from day one themselves. One good thing about Vestel, spare boards are usually plentiful new and usually cheap – the only downside is some repair companies refuse to fix them. As damadgeruk states the issue with this Tosh is that fact they’ve stuck a premium badge on an inferior product.If you compare a Vestel chassis to even the cheapest Samsung, LG and even Hisense TV – the difference in build quality and engineering is night and day. Vestel – good for supermarket TV’s but companies like Toshiba and Panasonic should be ashamed of themselves for sticking their name on them. Btw Panasonic have stated using Vestel again for their E302B range……

damadgeruk

If it is obvious that they outsource warranties, surely it is also obvious that they do not 'constantly pay out for repairs'? Regardless, it makes no difference to me if you ASSume that a five year warranty guarantees you are buying a good quality reliable device, bash on.

John_Atkinso-fe2b1.47573

Obviously they outsource their warranties but they still have to pay for them.

damadgeruk

Do John Lewis or RS foot the bill for extended warranties, they're often a seperate entity. Regardless, I do know that Vestel are bad enough that Panasonic quickly stopped using them. I have no axe to grind with cheap TVs, I do have issues with the use of ex-quality brand names being stuck on cheap TVs.

outwar6010_

You can get a 43 inch hisense 4k telly for 299 at richer sounds

Hisense H50N6800 ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" with Freeview Play, Dark Grey £419 @ CoOp Electrical
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Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Use code CP30 to save £30 Bask in the rich and ravishing advanced image quality of the 4K HDR image on a ULED screen. Hyper-detailed 4K resolution combines with colour and contrast… Read more
John_Small

Out of stock

johneboy04

Wrong the 55inch is 10 bit the smaller screen is not.

John_Small

Not the smaller mu8000, 55in is!

johneboy04

Samsung mu7000 55 inch is true 10 bit panel

cas398

Mine doesnt

Sharp 48 inc smart LED tv £299 @ Tesco instore (chester rd stretford)
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Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
I was at tesco / chester rd stretford and saw this on sale if anyone is interested , its not as good as the toshiba offer which was on last weeks deal Thank you
Pieszy88

N 55" for 399

bpanther

I mean posted on here.

bpanther

Just bear in mind that every now and then you could find a 49in Finlux Smart 4k TV fron this site now and then for £220.

garethcollins925

For the price it's ok... (popcorn)

Levy2805

Uh, stay away from Sharp tvs. I got one last year from Tesco 49 inch smart TV. Next I'll pay more and get a decent brand....

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