Shame it is not a 5 year warranty.
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£19 more for an extra 4 years warranty? That makes it a bad deal?
Some people live in the past .
Full hd when Asda was selling 4k Shrp tv for £179
I got sharp 55” two weeks ago from tesco £399,i took it back as had sound problems but maybe i was just unlucky ... bought a lg 55”out richer sounds 6 year guarantee £484 next day delivery and the tv is excellent
For only £19 more.I'd take this, which has a direct-with-manufacturer 5-year warranty.
Same price in-store.
Somewhat already posted
Apologies, I jumped in too quickly there.
I heard from one person these are rebadged Hisense, from another usual rebadged Turkish TVs
I did say Free delivery, must be one of our efficient MODs
1000 nits isn't the minimum for HDR. Got a reputable review of the Q6F? As I can't find any which details the peak brightness, except Tom's hardware one which is pure fabrication as there is no chance it's hitting 1400+ nits. I personally don't trust the Q6 series at all, especially after the latest Q6FN hits around 500 nits peak brightness.
The mu range has about 400nits, the q6 has 1000nits (minimum required for hdr).
Unfortunately the Q6 is a bit deceptive, you've got to go for Q7 and up to get a truely good peak brightness and 4K HDR performance. It's basically the same as MU / NU range below with a couple of extra bits. It's a shame they decided to go this route, putting a model in the QLED range which is sub par. They should of left it so the Q range was for their higher performance 4K HDR sets.
Why is this cold?? Only OLED currently provides a better picture than the QLED displays, and show me a 65” OLED that’s less than £2k.. with a John Lewis warranty. Have some heat!
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Useful info will have a look.
You can buy the remote like I did. Approx £20 on Fleabay
Thank you - will pass on it then.
Just checked on Which again and copied this from there review ... It's almost identical to the UE55MU6100, except this model comes with just one remote and there's no Bluetooth connectivity
Tesco direct is closing on 9 July and they have a few 4k tv on sale. There's a Toshiba 49 inch in 4k for £250 I believe
I have the 65" and it sometimes puts its self on to a mode that makes the picture look weird, can be fixed by going to Menu (you have to put it to tv to get into menu) Picture, advanced setting, Movie Sense- turn this On then Off, then the tv will look fine. I agree the Samsung would be a lot better, I didnt want to pay £1000+ for a 65" from a good make when I got mine for £550, every person who see my tv likes the look and sound, but if I could have got a Sony/ Samsung etc for about £30 more I would have. If you plan to use the Apps dont get the digi.
having compared them side to side the Samsung is vastly superior in both sound and picture quality, so if buying the Digihome makes you feel good with its much lower quality and only slightly lower price then more fool you. The smart interface on the Samsung is better and faster too. Is the Samsung a brilliant TV? No, but it is much better than the Digihome when there is so little in the price difference. Had the Digihome been £279 then it would be different.
The Samsung 6120 is at the entry level and is a worthy comparison. The bottom line is that you have to go along with your budget. People buying this or the Samsung as a replacement for a much older television will see an improvement .
Everything about the Samsung 6120 is cheap. The panel, the cheap stand, the thick ugly black surround and a basic 60hz panel. It’s funny that someone said that only the “uninformed” would buy this digihome when that’s exactly the case with anyone who buys a 6120. If buying this makes you feel good because it has Samsung on it then more fool you. Also the “council”comment is weak too. If people don’t have a lot of money to spend on a tv that’s fine, there’s no need to be a snob about it!
Out of stock... Dammit! I didn't even need to think twice. Now I'm going to have to sit and wait for something else that probably won't even come close.
I didn't buy yesterday because I was busy and woke up just now to find out they're all sold out! God damn it. Time to wait until black friday deals
"We no longer sell this product."
Haha " don't be taken in by the big brands" , that's real funny :o
Looking at the specs of this & the asda one, the difference is an inbuilt sub and support for dolby digital/dts. Oh, and these are made by http://www.umc-poland.com/
are they both 4k?
They are different. In asda is G7240 and in tesco is G7250. But I am sure what different between them and wethere it worth £40 different.
£180 in Asda!
Did you read the comments in that thread
How would this compare to the 55UJ750V? Is this better?
It's £100 cheaper at Richer Sounds with code 'TV100RS'. Also they do 0%.
I'm also tempted to get JL to exchange my mu7000 for b7
Cheers for info. I take it the B7 is 2017 not 2016. I'm sorely tempted. Much rather pay £1300 for something I am happy with than £700 or £800 that I'm a bit ermmm aye it's ok.
I can echo this too. Even after coming home from work to find the tv left on (screen does dim tbf) still no burn in. I even checked with test screens. Just make sure the screen shift setting is activated as It wasn't straight out of the box on mine. Always leave the tv on standby so the pixel refresher can do it's work. Would I by the tv again? Yes. Would I buy a 2016 model OLED? No
Thanks! Succinct ! (y)
Remember HD READY? meant 620p not 1080p. So im guessing its the same with this faux 4K, BIG DIFFERENCE IN QUALITY
Probably referring to the RGBW panels, which typically are not as details as either IPS or VA panels found with other manufacturers, and are more like pseudo-4K. They are an upgrade over Full HD though so it's entirely on how you feel with it.
If the size of th screen is not 55 inch or bigger it's not true 4k.
Shame about the horrendous stand...
Same, kharma. The main issue with the EX700 for me, is the effect from the panel. Colour banding. When you see these two panels side-by-side, the colour banding from the EX700's 8-bit frc is a sad sight. Meanwhile, the EX750's 10-bit panel shows nothing but a smooth gradient between colours. For an example of what colour banding is, see this:
Save £200 simples. You look at them both and then tell me.
You’ve no idea what you’re on about. They’re in two different leagues and you’ll not see any respected publication agree with you. Just because you couldn’t see a difference doesn’t make it so. Ignorance is bliss...
Where, somewhere like Curry’s?
After a new TV and like my sony...shame I missed this anyone knowlegable give any advice compared to the Tesco offerings Sony KDLWE753BU 43" £329 KDL40WE663BU 40' £289 thanks
Thank you very much Sir!!!
Never done one OTT or OTA on a tv of any sort yet! Always start afresh with a brand new FW rewrite via USB2/3, with zilch connected, that way it gets shot of any gremlins or rubbish from the previous error versions (worldcup)
Interesting. Fingers crossed. Interesting it isn't available OTA yet.
Assuming it is the 43 or 49 and not the EU 40" one sold, yes you do, same deal, follow the sony update instructions, but make sure it is from USB3 not over wifi and make sure you have ZERO hdmi devices or smart sticks plugged when you renew it, once done, then set up sky hdmi first, then all your other stuff (worldcup) https://www.sony.co.uk/electronics/support/lcd-tvs-we75x_w75xe-series/kdl-43we753/downloads/00015230
I think I got the last one. This was their best 2017 model - much better than EX700. The EX750 is a very similar TV (newer OS - Pany branded as opposed to Firefox). I have just sent the EX750 back and bought this. £100 cheaper than the £599 I paid a few weeks back, and this has the soundbar plus 2 high end remotes (as opposed to the plastic EX750 remote). I owned this TV for 8 months in my old place and it's got a great natural picture and doens't suffer the motion blur you get on some LCDs when watching football (100hz panel). Not very bright for HDR but for £500, I couldnt resist!
Which is better this or the 50EX700B? I know the EX is a year newer than this, but presume this is the higher end model Vs the mid tier EX700 which is £100 cheaper elsewhere.......arggh
But it is out of stock?
I agree, JL or Costco (good CS too) I have 2 Samsung KS9000’s both from JL, one 65inch one 55inch, both had issues with light bleed/clouding. Both ok now. Speaking to the engineers who did the screen swap on one of mine it’s the price we pay for these ultra thin screens. Mind you, when they are good, they are very very good.
yep 100% with the 55 inch, now i have a good one it has a great quality pic. However no chance I would buy from anywhere else but JL now, their CS is fantastic
I'm torn between this and one of the new Hisense 55 U7. How reflective is the screen on the Mu7, and how does it handle the footie? Ta
I was torn between this and the Sony Xe8596 - the deciding factor was that the Sony isn't certified for iPlayer (world cup 4k) and reading online folks had massive issues even getting the FA cup 4k stream to load... Samsung wins this time (first time not buying Sony...)
The interface is too slow on the Sony for me. Samsung is much better, but with ads (shock)
https://www.richersounds.com/hisense-49n5700.html Hisense comes very lower res, very limited apps in the market, WIFI temperamental but yes its 49" and unavailable!!!
Me too, I bought this TV a few months back! No complaints from me! OK, it's not incredible, but no way would I rate it as poor for picture quality - and, for less than £350 it's pretty good value for money based on the features it has. Which? gave it a pretty good review - this is one reason I bought it!
Got one of these , pictures fine if you ask me. And richer sounds have just replaced all 6 strips of LEDs on an earlier LG I have at the very last month of the 5 year warranty so no complaints about the warranty either. Genuine LG parts as well
Hisense 49in with 6year guarantee.
What would you recommend instead for people with £329 to spend?
I want one Joovce doodve player and one Lurg luckeder turv!
What about the duuuuvd?
I can't believe they still make TVs in 720p !!!!
Another one of those Hyde and Seeks. It/they probably got sold before this deal was posted.
Not really, Samsung, Sony, Panasonic all do the same.
Ordered! Heat added. Great deal.
whats the difference between the xe7093 and the xe9093?
I find it impossible to buy a TV without at least a 5 year warranty. If only amazon or the manufacturer did that :( (they used to)
The Blu-Ray player on offer is only 1080p
RGB direct had it for £649 a few weeks back. Unfortunately not available
Can't see it going lower than £649 before stock runs out
Who did you price match with? Coop?
I've done the same coming Friday paid 699 but have price match at 649. If the price drops again within 28days of purchase you get the back too
Can get it from john Lewis for 650 with price match but worried some good deals will come out straight after I order it
https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/33944429 EXECUTIVE_STRESS measured them as "The feet are 85cm apart and 22cm deep" for me.
Mine has been delivered today to a neighbour I don't know haha this will be fun!
Can anyone tell me what the distance is between the 2 x plastic feet stands?
Beware! Once you order from Sky Accessories you cannot cancel it. Even if they haven't dispatched it yet. You have to post the goods back (at your own expense) within 14 days & they'll refund you. That's what they told me. I originally ordered the 2017 model £279 LG TV on their site & immediately cancelled it when I saw this £249 deal. But couldn't. I ended up refusing the parcelforce delivery & it got returned to sender.
Cold as ice
Not a good deal.
Sorry it's £499.99 for the model I mentioned but Ao were giving £20 back if england get through group stage.