Get Richer Sounds to price match it and get another £20 off and £100 in vouchers https://www.richersounds.com/samsung-qe65q80r.html
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Hi I've been looking at the lg sm8600 but the 49" richer sounds currently have this model for 549 but there is a code for £20 making it 529. Does anybody know if this tv is better than 49" version of the sm8050plc.
Would people say this is worth the extra £180 than the 7050plc? If so what factor? Just picture?
Samsung 55Q80 r is a great tv wit anti reflective screen & great blacks as it has full array local dimming, Samsung don’t support Dolby vision that’s the only negative thing
I think this seems to be the ebst option for the money
Oh darn, so what's the options for: * 55-65" * Great blacks, I watch horror and sci-fi * Low reflections, not a killer but I have a bright external light source and want to avoid closing blinds in the day time. Not important: * OS, heck i would pay extra for a TV that just managed hdmi-arc, flipped on my soundbar and nvidia shield without cancelling/going through sources with no smart :D * Sound, I have a Samsung sound bar * Gaming, I have a pc and can hook my switch and PS4 to the pc. I had hoped 500-700, but can extend to catch a unicorn. I had terrible experience with the LG os keep switching sources from hdmi to its only crappy system, so something that plays with a Nvidia shield and Samsung soundbar is good.
Less than a grand - fantastic price. H+
You can't hide that stand :p
Very crafty. Showing the background of the C9 instead of the B9. Nearly got me.
A few weeks ago, Lidl had a Sharp 24” without DVD built in for £120. If Sharp is what you want it might be worth checking them periodically. Aldi have a Medion 21.5” full HD with DvD for the same which you can order online. So yeah, seems expensive....
For a 720P I agree. Cello / Aldi much cheaper options.
It's a decent product compared to the other entry level products out there. Smart also
Its not bad for a dvd combi and smart TV that is 12/24 volt for caravans and motorhomes . Not a bad deal
Is it me or does this seem expensive?
Online you can check all the new tv sizes when it finally comes. From what I saw, only LCD cheaper model will come in 75.
This is very true, i am waiting for the new 2020 philips 855, just hope it comes in a 75" option! ;) 🤞 I had the 65" 7304 costco deal for £750, but unfortunately it had issues with the ethernet port not working correctly, and the picture had a terrible halo effect that put me right off! But had it free for 3 months (lol) Hopefully, the newer models will have overcome this! If the newer models has the picture quality of a Sony Bravia, with all the philips Ambilight features, it will be my dream tv!
Agreed. Both Amibilight products (replacement by insurance) are rubbish software.
The Hisense doesn't have ambilight. Once you've got used to any Philips ambilight TV, everything else is second best.
Apart from the ambi light (which is pretty cool) Surely sony xf9005 /samsung q70r at 65 inch be a better option? Upscale /motion /contrast /smart features etc all important factors.
The black levels are clearly going to be better on an OLED especially when watching in a dark room setting. Samsung QLED TVs shines in bright rooms and with HDR I believe. Either way this is still a well recommend set with excellent reviews.
Widely reported blooming, particularly in game mode, but this is the trade off against potential burn in for the C9, which also has full bandwidth 2.1 hdmi, either way you're getting a fantastic TV
ummmm interesting because I heard this was almost as good as the C9 if you ignore OLED/lCD. Perhaps the 55" is lacking some features the 65" has
Oh right, apologies :p
This TV I believe is not that good for gaming in regards to black levels. On game mode, it appears to switch off local dimming so the blacks look greyish. I hear the 2018 Q9FN was better in this department. Despite this it has scored very well with critics especially with its extra wide viewing angle technology and with the included one connect box.
it looks like the 7510 comes with the magic remote, other than that I cant see any differecne apart from the crap stand that comes with, and a thinner bezel: https://www.zkelectronics.com/comparetv/lg-55um7510pla/uk/lg-55um7400plb/uk/
no idea without researching but I am assuming the higher model number suggests it might be, may be wrong though
Would you say that’s a better set?
Yeah that was a great deal, I nearly pulled the trigger on that but im skint :D
Very tempted, I don’t know if I should hold out for the LG55um7510PLA which was £350 mid may but back up to £430 most places
Ah sorry. Didnt realise. I only got my price match through yesterday hence I guess they must have ran out some point yesterday evening .
Sorry for the 65” Sevenoaks are out of stock of that bigger b9
Yes, Read further up the post.
John Lewis won’t price match :(
Haha, that makes much better sense, thanks for all the help, very much appreciated
Ordered for the Father in law thank you (y)
They got back to me with an email within 24 hours. I ordered this TV. Thank you op.
It may take until tomorrow, mine took a couple of days.
They never got back to me on the price match, since I submitted it yesterday pm. :-(
Got the price match sorted, Thanks for the nudge bluefish2303
That only affects people who don't have one.
Feel the burn
marzy100 where is the q80r 760?
I alos bought one recently from Richer Sounds for £973. Have set it up and am also playing around with the PQ settings. I came across some settings on the Rtings site for the B9, so you may want to give these a try: https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/b9-oled/settings I've found the picture of Freeview HD mixed, as it depends on the channel and your signal strength. Again I've found the picture mixed on my Virgin Media box as well. I've played some 4k content on Youtube and it looks great, as well as Amazon Prime content. Overall, I'm pleased with the TV and it's a definite step up from mid range TV's. I bought the recent Philips 58PUS7304 and returned it after a few days, as you can tell where they have made compromises.
I was thinking the £250 saving will go towards upgrading my xbox when the new one comes out. Id be careful about going the budget too much as the standard will drop a fair bit.
Shame it is only upto 65", i am Looking for a 75" preferably :) i am waiting to see what the new 2020 philips Ambilight 855 will go up to in size.
Yeah i heard it was Only Sammy doing the 120hz atm, i do hope that's not the case, as Sammmy tellys are RUUUUBISH!!
A few people have said the Hisense U8B does come with that - it can't just be Samsung.
I have been looking for a decent telly for most of 2019, & for the the few months we have had in 2020!! I have taken 4 tellys back! An ElectriQ 65", was great for a month, then it started to play up! That was returned, then we purchased a Panasonic 65" from Amazon, but after i researched that it was made by VESTAL!!!! (Yes that horror word some fear when buying a telly)! We never even took it out of the box, so that went back too! Then we purchased a Sony bravia 65" Android tv, and the picture just blew me away!! But..... After nearly paying the last payment to Amazon (it was on a 5 month payment plan) we decided to send that back as the os was sooooo slow!! It really let it down. Android 7 i believe! So when i sent that back to Amazon, for a refund, (which i'm glad about in a way, as there was only a 1 yrs Guarantee with the Sony). Then came along the philips 70" super costco 5 yr Guarantee telly deal, with Android 9! All the specs seems great, and the ambilight feature was insane!! BUUUUUT..... The picture was DREADFUL!!! Which i was soooo gutted about! As it just had everything i wanted from a tv, and which was also HUUUGE!! So again, it went back after the 3 month money back guarantee thingy! Just got our money back as STUPID Monese had my account blocked!! For a week!! Don't ask! If anyone has an account with them, please be weary!! So back to the tv's, we are in search of a philips ambilight oled minimum 70" new 855 series, or a Sony bravia 70-75" 4 k with acoustic sound! Our budget is £1.500-£2.000! I don't think we could afford a Sony oled sadly! So if anyone has any ideas or super deals please share (cheeky)
I need a 120hz panel for the series X when it 's available. But i believe only Samsung do 120hz panels at present. Or am i mistaken...? (skeptical)
The Panasonic 40GX800 is an excellent TV but expensive. Vibrant, punchy pictureSuperb colour credentialsComprehensive HDR supportClear, balanced audio
is that good? need a 40-43inch tv.
Tempted but I shall wait the price of the Panasonic 40GX800B to go down to this price.
Yeah I hear that mate was thinking this or something like this https://ao.com/product/43pus7334-philips-the-one-tv-silver-68769-108.aspx but this is a good deal on a Sony so tough
Heat for price, but looks like only 1 year warranty. Richer Sounds doing it for £469 with 6 year warranty.Hopefully they will drop the price a bit soon.
Actually, if you're console gaming while using this tv, just get a headset. Think I saw a deal on the hyperx cloud
I doubt the sound would be any good, if you want good sound then I'd go with a soundbar or av receiver and speakers. From expert reviews: And as a gaming monitor, it’s a stellar performer. Select ‘Game’ from the picture modes and input lag for both 1080p SDR and 4K HDR content is a negligible 12ms. The LG supports ALLM (Auto Low-Latency Mode) too, so will automatically engage ‘Game’ mode when a compatible console such as the Xbox One X is fired up. In terms of audio, the LG actually delivers unusually potent levels of both bass and volume. There’s barely a hint of stereo separation, however, and the resulting sound is both muddled and muddied.
What's sound like on this? Worth the price? Any good for console gaming?
got this tv for £299 well worth it
This set can be used as a monitor too , as it supports chroma 4:4:4.
Cheers, Ordered one to watch the footy on in the garden.
Any good for gaming? What's the sound like?
Yes that's the one. (y) (y) (y)
You don't see that many models with Freeview and Freesat, heat!
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/402005423125 This one? £230 with code.
Had 2 of these ex-display from Hughes. The first the courier smashed the screen during delivery and the second the LED backlight failed after about 3 days. Just gave up and got a refund in the end. Although for the 2 days it was working I was actually quite impressed. Good picture for £200. It is just another Vestel TV so much of a muchness compared to similar priced Bush, JVC etc.
I have the full hd version and they produce very good picture and sound. The apps are rubbish. Gaming also very good. Refurbished version of this TV is £175 @tesco.
60Hz normally on these tv's.
Anyone know the refresh rate at 4k?
Basically same as Bush Toshiba Hitachi in Argos of similar size
'Ultra Smart' not only did it vote against Breixt but it also stock piled its own ppe?
Someone has posted a deal for the 65" Gx700 for £524. @ Ebay/Hughes
I'm a fan of Panasonic made TVs. Unfortunately this particular model is a Vestel
Mine arrived today, which was quicker than I thought it was going to be. I like the tele itself, but have been playing with the settings for the last couple of hours and can’t seem to find display settings that suit? Have been a googling, just can’t find the “right” settings. main gripe at the minute is the clarity of the picture, seems almost fuzzy/pixelated? anybody got any settings they’ve used/recommend? Thanks all
I have the 50 inch version and well impressed for the money. I believe that the 55 inch has a brighter panel than the 50 too. Will be getting the 55 as soon as a similar offer returns. Although tempted at 379 on John Lewis with the 5 year warranty.
I'll report back how good it is when I get mine. Been looking at this one for a while, so hopefully it's jackpot :)
They are naughty. They have plenty of stock available on their own website without discount but somehow out of stock on eBay. But the stock will magically & suddenly appear as soon as eBay's special offer ends.
Anyone got this tv ? How good is it ?
Bargain bin TV spend your money elsewhere.
LG out performs in the terms of smart additions such as in build WiFi direct, Web, Web os, apps etc
The Sony is better. The Samsung TU7000 is one of the most basic 4K sets available.
The TU7000 and TU7100 are the exact same TV, apart from a slightly different coloured chassis and bezel.
How is this compared with Sony 75 8096 currently sold for about £930 from costco? should I pay 130 more to get the sony one?
Thanks for the postcode. It does not work unfortunately as JL will check that it was ordered to the same postcode as on the price match (which it would not be). And would still factor in a £75 charge to deliver to me in Scotland. Very annoying and likely a deal breaker for me sadly.
Thanks a lot just ordered. Both the emails for the order and voucher came through together. Happy days! (highfive) Also its not on RGB anymore if anyone needs to know, it says 'Discontinued Call us'.
When you order the TV you pay the full price. You should receive the voucher confirmation email at the same time as ordering by joining my John Lewis if not already a member. You then have to claim it between the 14 to 31st July. In the mean time once you've recieved the tv and are happy you then reply to the price match email you received to get refunded the difference between the price match and John Lewis price. Hope this helps
Let me know what they say as in a similar position. It does still says it's included in the full terms.
ive got the pricematch too today, just email them to confirm i will get the £100 e gift, as at point of price match that was on offer, so lets see.