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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.
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.
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
Hisense H49N5700 Grey - 49inch 4K Ultra HD with HDR Smart TV £349 w/ code @ Co-op Electrical (Members offer)
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£349 using code MW50 Note you need to be a co-op member for the code to work - if you are not you can signup for £1 - link (https://membership.coop.co.uk/register) 49” 4… Read more
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loopthrough14 h, 39 m ago

They are built no worse than Panasonic, and even use the same caps as …They are built no worse than Panasonic, and even use the same caps as Samsung and LG and (even in some models) the same as Panasonic. I still like Panasonic, but these are not cheaply built products. Likely just a cheap price to get into the UK market.


Time will tell. My Panasonic full HD flagship from 2007 still as good as new, will this be going in 11 years??
My new Panasonic is heavier than any other it's size and next tv that weighs similar is over grand more expensive and 15" bigger!

That's some decent quality internals.
Cannot beat Panasonic build quality.
John Lewis states 10 bit panel. There own website says 8bit + fcr
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Fluffy_bandit16 h, 50 m ago

This brand is actually owned by the Chinese government and they have been …This brand is actually owned by the Chinese government and they have been making tv's for years for their own market but now sell worldwide.I wouldn't buy one I always go Panasonic so depends on whether you want a tv to last a long time with good quality internals or some mass produced Chinese jobby.At this price it's cheap enough to get a new one every couple years I suppose.Good for those looking for a budget 4K tv.


They are built no worse than Panasonic, and even use the same caps as Samsung and LG and (even in some models) the same as Panasonic. I still like Panasonic, but these are not cheaply built products. Likely just a cheap price to get into the UK market.
Dcontrol23rd Feb

No this is a VA panel. It's 8 bit +frc & has 50 milliseconds of input lag …No this is a VA panel. It's 8 bit +frc & has 50 milliseconds of input lag it has according to displayspecifications.com


I've got the 55" version and Forza plays very well, I suspect that high figure isn't whilst in game mode
Chanchi3210 h, 43 m ago

Criteria is £399 spend and Co-op member


Doesn't seem to be the case
LG 49UJ670V 49" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with Freeview HD and Freeview Play in Grey £439 @ Hughes
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USE CODE EXTRA30 Display The LG 49UJ670V features the incredible colour boosting High Dynamic Range, this means that your new TV will show much more colour and deepen your view… Read more
Just ordered this from J Lewis and they price matched the £439, but with a 5 year warranty. No hassle just submitted a claim form and they replied within a few hours. This TV was recommended to me by someone who works in the trade, have seen it in the showroom and it looked really good so hopefully it will not disappoint.
File a price match request with john Lewis and get a free 5 year warranty. John Lewis do take a while to respond though, maybe 24 hours. Take a screen shot or photo as evidence to support your claim if declined.
Got this just before Christmas for £379. It's pretty decent.
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Nice find - good price for a decent telly.

Thanks for sharing, heat from me
Hisense H65N6800 65" 4K HDR Smart Tv £829.00 Hughes with code
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EXTRA60 code for this price John Lewis or Richersounds will price match this
Price match confirmed. Do I bite? Is £829 a good price on this and is it a good tv? I’ve read the avforums review which sounds positive. My concern is the size. It will be replacing a 48inch Panasonic plasma.
Waiting on a reply on John Lewis price match 🤞
morrig17 h, 52 m ago

If you have the money then maybe but depends on what you watch and how …If you have the money then maybe but depends on what you watch and how much content there is in 4K not upscaled thou. Seeing your Mums is 4K then have you sat 12 foot away from hers and compared, you can ask all the techy's on here but your eyes are better than any one else.


Fair reply mate, appreciate it.

I'll actually nip round and move her couch so it's more similar to mine and watch a footy match or a film or something.

I've been tempted for a while, might well take the plunge now.
Abarry2918 h, 59 m ago

Ok so is it time to bite. Seems to have some great reviews but always …Ok so is it time to bite. Seems to have some great reviews but always respect responses and tekkies on here. Thought guys....??? Can you get much better for ur money. Says 10 but panel on their website too. Thanks in anticipation



Well on top of the AVForums review (which regards it very well I thought), it's mentioned here too:
avforums.com/thr…04/


I'm holding out and hoping for it to drop below £800 in a few months. Not based on anything I know to be coming - just blind optimism. It does like a lot of TV for not a lot of money.
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ozzyhukd1 h, 14 m ago

John Lewis wouldn't price match for me as they said their offer of 899 …John Lewis wouldn't price match for me as they said their offer of 899 includes 5 yr warranty.This is what they said:In this instance I would like to inform you that our competitor’s price does not include the 5 year extended guarantee that is offered by us at John Lewis. Hughes offer the same 5 year guarantee plan for £267.50 which would raise the total price of the item to £1096.50 compared to our price of £899.00.


Just try again - it depends who's dealing with your request... or call Richersounds
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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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GRADE A1 Refurbished - electriQ 55" 4K Ultra HD OLED Smart TV 10bit HDR £888.02 @ AO
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Hopefully this helps someone... Essential info 55" OLED Display 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with built-in WiFi Powered by Android 6.0 Resolution: 3840 x 2160 Panel manufacturer: L… Read more
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Stoofa44 m ago

Yet the LG wins in every single test out there - go figure eh?


No, it really doesn't at all.
Aretak17 h, 26 m ago

It's like you didn't actually even read my post before replying to it, …It's like you didn't actually even read my post before replying to it, because I addressed this very thing. In fact, it was pretty much the only thing I addressed. Image processing has a huge impact on picture quality, regardless of whether the panel is the same or not. For instance, LG's own OLEDs are currently completely hamstrung in their HDR game mode on more recent firmware revisions due to LG's boneheaded choice to sacrifice huge amounts of brightness to preserve detail (which would be fine if it were optional and you could also choose the previous behaviour of balancing brightness and clipping, but you can't).Sony's A1 is considered the best entirely because their processing is better than anybody else's, especially in terms of motion handling. Of course, any OLED is still going to retain the base strengths of the technology such as perfect black levels, but beyond that they can and do look very different from each other.


Yet the LG wins in every single test out there - go figure eh?
Sister in law has this TV for her kids to play Xbox One games on. Never thought I'd say it but Fortnite and Battlefield look amazing!
LOUGHBORO.GUY1 h, 2 m ago

Could I ask you how much you paid for your Philips Oled tv ? Cheers


No worries - 1,9990 Euros (about 1,830 ish quid) I pay through the nose for some stuff unfortunately, as I live in France.
Philips 50PUS6162/05 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR Plus, Freeview Play - Black (2017 Model) [Energy Class A+] for £389 delivered @ Amazon
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Further reduction on this TV with 2 years guarantee. -- This Philips 50" 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with Freeview Play has a black central TV stand and a slim bezel. Ultra HD has 4X t… Read more
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sarden8418th Feb

Thinking of .. 55PUS6272 3 sided at 529OrLG 55Uj series either the t530v …Thinking of .. 55PUS6272 3 sided at 529OrLG 55Uj series either the t530v at 500, or 670v at 550 or 701v at 600OrSamsung ub s6 4200 something..Any thoughts ?


Ambilight is awesome/Philips has great picture. Software not the best. Those LGs aren't great TVs (RGBW). If you wanted an alternative, I'd look at Hisense.
Thinking of ..

55PUS6272 3 sided at 529
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LG 55Uj series either the t
530v at 500, or 670v at 550 or 701v at 600

Or

Samsung ub s6 4200 something..

Any thoughts ?
AJ9217th Feb

What happend to Philips having Android


All models generally from 64xx up have android
Anyone got idea how to know which tv has built on chromecast ?
patrickpldj11 h, 49 m ago

Isn't the Argos deal better value, it comes with top and side Ambilight …Isn't the Argos deal better value, it comes with top and side Ambilight https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-50pus6272-50-inch-4k-uhd-smart-tv-with-ambilight-419-argos-2894756


It would seem that Amazon have price matched this also amazon.co.uk/gp/…WVG
LG 65 4k uhd smart tv 65UJ750V - £899 @ Selfridges
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LG 65 4k uhd smart tv 65UJ750V
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Back in stock! 3 currently available.
Is the picture quality and features on this better than any of the following two TVs?

Samsung QE55Q6F
Panasonic 58EX750B
Sorry this item is now out of stock.
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Stock level is hit and miss
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Philips 50PUS6272 50 Inch 4K UHD Ambilight Smart TV With HDR @ Amazon - £419
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Also available at Argos for the same price. Philips 4K Ultra HD HDR TV with Freeview Play and Ambilight 3 sidedThis elegant Philips TV comes with an open-frame stand design to cre… Read more
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This TV or the Panasonic 50ex700b for £439 with 5 year JL warranty?
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Philips 50PUS6272 50 Inch 4K UHD Smart TV with Ambilight £419 @ Argos
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Lowest price yet? This is also available for the same price from Amazon, but there is a 1-3 week delivery wait. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-50PUS6272-05-Ambilight-Freeview/… Read more
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teerex22nd Feb

Do you get any foreign TV channels via satellite?


I do, but honestly not interested in them, most are junk. I rarely watch live tv, even though I could hook this tv up to my other dish with 3 more different sat positions, but too lazy and wouldn't have time to watch it.
olipaulo27 m ago

How do you get those options? I need to get out of Amazing/Netflix (my …How do you get those options? I need to get out of Amazing/Netflix (my only sources), in order to have the options back. When playing Netflix HDR content, the only Picture options I get is the HDR modes (Vivid, Natural, Movie, etc).


Download a hdr file from here 4kmedia.org , stick on usb pen and play on tv. You can then play with all settings whilst hdr is playing :-)
daftpunk7811 m ago

I have had a good experience with HDR Vivid if a number of the picture …I have had a good experience with HDR Vivid if a number of the picture processing options are adjusted for that picture profile - noise reduction, motion etc. I hadn’t realised at first that all the various picture tweaks I had done originally under the standard profiles needed to be reapplied under HDR Vivid, HDR natural etc.


How do you get those options? I need to get out of Amazing/Netflix (my only sources), in order to have the options back. When playing Netflix HDR content, the only Picture options I get is the HDR modes (Vivid, Natural, Movie, etc).
stethorn16 h, 2 m ago

Yeah I put the screen shot on :-) what tv recommends the vivid hdr as …Yeah I put the screen shot on :-) what tv recommends the vivid hdr as being the best option .


I have had a good experience with HDR Vivid if a number of the picture processing options are adjusted for that picture profile - noise reduction, motion etc. I hadn’t realised at first that all the various picture tweaks I had done originally under the standard profiles needed to be reapplied under HDR Vivid, HDR natural etc.
OK I stand slightly corrected - this TV, plus an Apple TV 4K connected at the 4K HDR 60hz setting looks absolutely great - whether playing native 4K content or upscaled 1080p. Very, very impressive for the price. My other quick observations - Ambilight is good but a little overwhelming at first - not sure we will have enabled all the time, but great for movies. Haven’t really noted any viewing angle issues at all. Xbox also looked great - my kid was playing Lego City however, so response time (whether good or bad) less noticeable. All in all, a great deal.
Toshiba 43U6763DB 43inch 4K Ultra HD Freeview Play Freeview HD Smart TV now £279 delivered with code @ Tesco Direct
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Lowest price on this well reviewed TV. Use code TDX-PHJ4 to get this price with 279 Clubcard points and free delivery. Quidco 1.5% -- Enjoy all your entertainment in one plac… Read more
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Had two of these, both became faulty within a month...personally I’d avoid Toshiba but if you’re going to buy one pay the extra £20 and get it from JL with a 5 year guarantee
htslough2 h, 30 m ago

Still think it's better paying £20 extra at JL for 5 year warranty.


What about price matching?
Anyone know what the picture quality is like compared to other brands like Hisense and Samsung in this price range?
Egoman3 m ago

How about some of the green ticks?


Probably a few but, you might aswell box a sick tv off too if you're shelling out like 400 for a one x
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prynolfc7 m ago

No chance mate, you'll need to be spending about 700/800 for that, you …No chance mate, you'll need to be spending about 700/800 for that, you need proper HDR to benefit properly from 4k gaming.


How about some of the green ticks?
Finlux 42FME249S-T 42" Full HD 1080p Smart LED TV with Freeview HD £229 Delivered @ Box.co.uk
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Stylish looking 42" for under £230! Packed with Smart features as you'd expect. if you aren't looking to make the 4K jump just yet, this could be a perfect replacement for you :) … Read more
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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
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.

Get Roku 2 (Model 4205EU) For £34.00 With eCoupon Code TDX-KH7H @ Tesco Direct
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PRODUCT DETAILS Enhance your entertainment choice Access over 4,500 channels and over 150,000 movies and TV episodes Intuitive channel shortcut buttons to your favourite str… Read more
Code has expired :-( good deal if they get more stock stil
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bargins4me14 h, 30 m ago

Hi, I bought it online from Tesco and used the code this afternoon at …Hi, I bought it online from Tesco and used the code this afternoon at about 3pm. I did check yesterday but it was out of stock, so I was glad to see it was back in stock.




Hello again...


Thanks for confirming that... seems like the stock levels at Tesco are all over the place with this product. Hopefully there will be more opportunities for HUKD members to take advantage of this deal before it ends tomorrow!
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milady13 h, 7 m ago

Thanks, this was really, really helpful . I hadn't considered the USB …Thanks, this was really, really helpful . I hadn't considered the USB port issue, but I can see how that could be really useful for a lot of people. My wifi is super strong so I'm probably going to go for the 4K stick on that basis, but it's been really useful to finally understand the options. Thanks again!


You're welcome! FWIW... I think you made a great choice!
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SS4116 h, 26 m ago

Anybody know how to watch ultraviolet films on roku devices since flixster …Anybody know how to watch ultraviolet films on roku devices since flixster and CinemaNow stopped? Thanks




Hi, 'SS41'...


Unfortunately, there's no longer any Roku channels which support UltraViolet film playback in the UK. At one time, UK Roku users had multiple options for streaming their UltraViolet library but, one-by-one, these have all dropped away. In addition to 'Flixster' and "CinemaNow', which you mentioned, there was 'Sainsburys Entertainment' (who ended their services on 20th September 2016) as well as an Roku channel for 'Wuaki TV UK' - since rebranded to 'Rakuten TV UK - who ended the UltraViolet aspect of their service as of 1st March 2017. At that point, UK Roku users were out of options for streaming UV content!

In my opinion, there were too many flaws surrounding how the whole UltraViolet service was set-up to begin with. One of the main bugbears for a lot of users is how the availability of any given film was down to the individual retailer... so even if your UV code was redeemable on 'Flixtser' (for example) there was no guarantee that it would have been redeemable on ' CinemaNow', or 'Wuaki TV UK', or 'Sainsburys Entertainment' (and vice versa). Under the circumstances, it's not surprising that UV support has diminished to all but two options in the UK: namely, Kaleidescape [kaleidescape.com], or; Sony Pictures [ultraviolet.sonypictures.com] and, even then, I think the latter is restricted to just Sony Pictures content - plus, neither one can be streamed on Roku devices!

There's since been a (slight) glimmer of hope with the introduction of "Movies Anywhere" in the United States, which aggregates content from Vudu / Google Play / iTunes / Amazon Video letting you browse and watch your collection of eligible Disney, 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, Universal, and Warner Bros movies (along with bonus material and exclusive videos) across multiple devices. They already have a Roku channel developed, which has been released (and is already working) on Roku devices in the USA, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed that the 'Movies Anywhere' service (together with their Roku app) gets extended to the UK and (if so) makes a better job of things than UV did with their attempt.


However, for the time being, there is no Roku channel for 'UltraViolet' playback... so you may have to look to another device if you wish to use their service in the UK (TIP: several people have reportedly used Nvidia Shield with varying degrees of success for this purpose). Alternatively, you could consider making your own digital copy (in a Roku-compatible format) and then watching via the 'Roku Media Player' channel, or 'Plex', etc, etc. but those are pretty much your only options right now.
IoW_Skin6 h, 26 m ago

Hi, 'milady'...There's a lot to consider between the three devices you …Hi, 'milady'...There's a lot to consider between the three devices you have mentioned. So, it really comes down to your own personal wants and needs for a streaming device. If I were to choose the device shown in this deal, i.e. Roku 2 (Model 4205EU), over the newer 'Roku Express' and/or 'Roku Streaming Stick+' models... it would be purely on account of it having an ethernet port (for a wired network connection, as opposed to a wireless one) and a USB port (for playing media stored on an external drive and/or USB stick) since, in every other way, the two newer devices are just as good but cheaper (Roku Express) or better and come with more features albeit at a higher price (Roku Streaming Stick+).If you don't want (or need) 4K, but have a decent WiFi signal wherever you plan to use it, the HD-only Roku Express is a great streamer. I have one, which I use on a display close to my router (i.e. where there is a very strong WiFi signal) and have experienced no lack of speed when navigating the menus, or "drop outs" in my wireless signal, during the four months that I have owned it. I can highly recommend this to anyone with a decent wireless setup who is happy with HD-only (at best) and doesn't want a 4K-capable device. On the other hand, even if you think you *might* upgrade your television to a 4K model in future, then the 'Roku Streaming Stick+' would be the better choice for you. Yes, it will cost you more initially, but it's likely to be supported for a longer period of time than the 'Roku 2' - which will be three year old technology very soon - and, in my experience, buying the best (preferably *the* best) model you can afford will pay-off in the long run. To put it into perspective, my original 'Roku LT' from 2012 is struggling to run some of the apps now... mainly because the apps are constantly being updated, whereas the hardware remains the same... and even little tweaks in the firmware (i.e. the software that runs the hardware) cannot keep an old device going forever. Likewise, some of the other slightly older models (Roku 2 XS, Roku 1, etc.) are no longer as fast as they were initially. Only my 'Roku 3' and 'Roku2' (like the one listed here) are still doing okay with the current Roku OS and set of apps and that is largely because they were either the top-of-the-line (Roku 3) or the latest device, prior to the release of the Roku Express / Roku Streaming Stick+ models (Roku 2), but I'm not expecting them to be able to cope with the app updates indefinitely.Despite my personal preference for wired connections when streaming, on account of their being far more stable / reliable, if you asked me to pick just one of the three today, it would have to be the 'Roku Streaming Stick+'... but, for the reasons previously explained, if you feel that the 'Roku 2' or 'Roku Express' would suffice for your needs, I would happily recommend either one!



Thanks, this was really, really helpful . I hadn't considered the USB port issue, but I can see how that could be really useful for a lot of people. My wifi is super strong so I'm probably going to go for the 4K stick on that basis, but it's been really useful to finally understand the options. Thanks again!
Techwood 65AO6USB 65" 4k FOR £549 (£449 AFTER CASHBACK) AND CODE CHEAP FOR 65 inch smart tv - AO
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USE CODE 50OFF65TV GET £100 cashback aswell MAKING TV PRICE £449 CHEAPEST 65 inch EVER
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Totally forgot about the cashback, was in the email with the receipt on.
Was offered £30 which I accepted. When I saw this post I emailed ao complaining about the unfairness in amounts offered. I received a reply stating everyone was offered £30 if they declined the order was cancelled. I emailed them a link to this post and surprise surprise 48 hours later I get an email saying a further £70 had been credited back to my card, so full £100 cashback. For those who didn't get the full cashback got to be worth a try. Can't fault AO customer service
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Received mine today, very impressed with the quality for the price.
bitcoin54 h, 37 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/33247836Fab news Adam, …https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/33247836Fab news Adam, always pays to be polite and give it a whirl, yes they made an error, but unlike a certain indian take away sounding massive superstore chain, AO actually cares!Yes, their returns % of the return value, is a pain in the backside and has to be the worst thought up part of any terms and conditions of any retailers on the planet, similar in use compared to when they gave away tickets on the Titanic and got you to sign your family name away, in case there were any mishaps... but they do get it right most of the time A few pix would be cool ((no rush)) as said to burntoast over in the dup thread, just wanted to see if these oneshave the later panel in them or not!


Sorry, I forgot to take pics before wall mounting!

What bit did you want a picture of?

This is front and right hand side. The left hand side is harder for me to get to but if you want I can lean the panel forward and shove the camera up behind!
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cathalexander402 h, 16 m ago

I only got offered £30

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TechieAdam7 h, 18 m ago

Got my delivery email through which said I could claim the cashback so …Got my delivery email through which said I could claim the cashback so used this as the reason to call them as I'd been told they cancelled the cashback offer as it was a mistake but they emailed me to tell me to claim it!I was polite and the guy I spoke to was very helpful who told me the email had been a mistake and the cashback wasn't available. Whilst we were talking I asked him how it was worked out that some people were offered just £40, others £50 and some had the whole cashback honoured as it seemed rather inconsistent.After a short time of him going off to speak to someone else as he agreed it was inconsistent, he came back and honoured the full cashback for me.This is well above and beyond what AO needed to do - especially as they had offered (and I'd accepted) the £40 to effectively amend our contract yesterday.So, a big thumbs up to AO and I'll definitely recommend and use them again in future


Fab news Adam, always pays to be polite and give it a whirl, yes they made an error, but unlike a certain indian take away sounding massive superstore chain, AO actually cares!

Yes, their returns % of the return value, is a pain in the backside and has to be the worst thought up part of any terms and conditions of any retailers on the planet, similar in use compared to when they gave away tickets on the Titanic and got you to sign your family name away, in case there were any mishaps... but they do get it right most of the time

A few pix would be cool ((no rush)) as said to burntoast over in the dup thread, just wanted to see if these ones
have the later panel in them or not!
LG 43UJ670V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV John Lewis 5 Year warranty. - £369 @ John Lewis
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I have been keeping an eye on this TV for a while because I wanted Freesat for a family member (also has Freeview). It has been £399 then a bit lower then back up. I think £369 is … Read more
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Now at £399
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jemima1 h, 38 m ago

It is back in stock, but the price is revised to £449.


It was definitely £369 yesterday afternoon. JL messing about a bit. Keep an eye out because there could well be a £100 off it next.
Thank you for adding your comment.
Edited by: "micronX7" 17th Feb
It is back in stock, but the price is revised to £449.
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I expired this because went out of stock mid week but appears to be back now should anyone want one. For reference I did look at this TV before ordering and found it to be very satisfactory in terms of picture and design. I have a larger model myself which I chose over a £1400 Bravia having had both at home concurrently , the operating system really does stand out as very fast. I would always suggest looking at a TV before purchase but if I have to go by reviews as some may have to do, some are better than others. If someone does not like a set that is fine but people look for different things. A picture is important but two TV's the same can differ significantly. A look on AV forums would tell you that. For me, this set looks and performs well so will be ideal for it's new owner.
Edited by: "micronX7" 16th Feb
I compared this TV side by side in JL last Friday with the cheaper Toshy posted on here. Even though you get the blah, blah, blah the Toshy is a Vestel, it was a better picture than the LG posted here IMO.

Moral is, go and view a few TVs and pick the one YOU like, rather than taking in a lot of jumbo jumbo posted on here.
Panasonic 50EX700B 50 Inch 4K HDR Smart TV + 5yr Guarantee £499 @ John Lewis
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Was recently selling at £549, now reduced to £499. With John Lewis' 5yr Guarantee, for peace of mind. Believe this is online only. Specs List! 4K Ultra HD with HDR (High Dynami… Read more
neillyd11th Feb

Further to my earlier post, I just rang JL and mentioned I'd bought this …Further to my earlier post, I just rang JL and mentioned I'd bought this model for £549 only 2 weeks ago - they honoured their '28 day price promise' and refunded me £50!! Thanks OP #HEEEEEEAT


I've just managed to get them to price match the Currys £439 deal/glitch. Maybe have another word with them.
justicesj12 h, 22 m ago

Yes whenever the patents expire and others enter the oled market, Prices …Yes whenever the patents expire and others enter the oled market, Prices will come down due to competition. By then there will probably be new tech.


It’s nothing to do with patents. Only LG are capable of getting a decent yield of fully working OLEDs, and therefore are the only manufacturer who can manufacture and supply them at a financially viable level.
sionyboy1 h, 0 m ago

At this price point/size, I'd be looking at:Philips 50PUS6272 - £459 @ …At this price point/size, I'd be looking at:Philips 50PUS6272 - £459 @ AmazonSamsung UE50MU6100/6120 - £459 @ AmazonBut out of these 3 sets, only the Panasonic supports a wide color gamut, so you'll get some benefit out of HDR.However, if you are not planning on utilising 4k content, and tend to stick to SDTV/DVD/Bluray, I'd probably advise opting for a FHD set, Samsung UE49M5500/5520. You can get those for about 379.

Thanks for the reply.

I have a PS4 pro that so far has been used to get 60fps rather than 4K but it could be used for that instead and basic HDR.

When I looked a few months ago the Samsung didn't look as good as the Panasonic and in the flesh it didn't seem like much of an upgrade, whereas the Panasonic did (it's possibly my eyes or the settings but the Panasonic seemed a lot more vibrant whereas the Samsung was quite flat) at that point I liked the Panasonic, the Samsung 6400 and the Sony 8004 but thats not dropped in price like the Panasonic and Samsung have.

The Phillips I've not seen so I will do a little research into that.
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probotron12 m ago

Just curious, for £500 is there anything better than this in a 49/50". I'm …Just curious, for £500 is there anything better than this in a 49/50". I'm on a LG full HD LCD TV that's 8 years old and £500 would be my Max budget if I was to get a new one. This looks a decent compromise for a low budget TV. I know there are better out there, but are there for the same Price? Many thanks in advance.



At this price point/size, I'd be looking at:

Philips 50PUS6272 - £459 @ Amazon
Samsung UE50MU6100/6120 - £459 @ Amazon

But out of these 3 sets, only the Panasonic supports a wide color gamut, so you'll get some benefit out of HDR.

However, if you are not planning on utilising 4k content, and tend to stick to SDTV/DVD/Bluray, I'd probably advise opting for a FHD set, Samsung UE49M5500/5520. You can get those for about 379.
Just curious, for £500 is there anything better than this in a 49/50". I'm on a LG full HD LCD TV that's 8 years old and £500 would be my Max budget if I was to get a new one. This looks a decent compromise for a low budget TV. I know there are better out there, but are there for the same Price? Many thanks in advance.
Edited by: "probotron" 11th Feb
Hisense H49N6600 49 Inch Curved Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD 4 HDMI New - £399 @ AO eBay
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All items brand new from ao with free delivery.
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Same price but with 2% cashback with topcashback from ao.com direct.
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 -__-
Digihome 49'' inch 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Smart TV - now £319.99 delivered @ co-op electrical
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Seems pretty good for the cash, 99p less and you can get the 43'' :/ 49” 4K Ultra HD screen gives you four times the detail of a standard Full HD TV High Dynamic Range (HDR… Read more
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Dan_Monkfield4 h, 8 m ago

Looks a bargain and probably perfect for most people. You’ll still get the …Looks a bargain and probably perfect for most people. You’ll still get the comments about it not having the features of a £10k tv from some though.


However you can say that when it does not have the features of a 10k TV is beyond me....cold
Edited by: "cheekyboy44" 9th Feb
Dan_Monkfield41 m ago

Looks a bargain and probably perfect for most people. You’ll still get the …Looks a bargain and probably perfect for most people. You’ll still get the comments about it not having the features of a £10k tv from some though.

£349.99 to be more precise
Looks a bargain and probably perfect for most people. You’ll still get the comments about it not having the features of a £10k tv from some though.
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