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In terms of the impact it has had on the world, television is, without a doubt, one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century. Whether it's a compact 32-inch TV or a massive 65-inch TV, with so many options, buying a TV can be a pretty daunting experience. That's why hotukdeals collects all the references and best TV deals to save you the hassle. Read more
LG 75UN85006LA 75" (2020) Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Google Assistant & Amazon Alexa - £1,049 using code at Currys / ebay
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The Real 4K TV for all your entertainment needs LG UHD TV was made to entertain by taking everything you watch to a new level. Whether it's cinema, sports, or games, it delivers re… Read more

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For this size you won't get an oled anywhere near this price, your looking 3 or 4 times more


Wouldn’t an OLED be better for this kind of £?


Is it not 5 years of warranty this TV comes with?


75inch to Big 65inch £759 (y)

Hisense 43AE7400FTUK 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play - 6 Year Guarantee - £369 with code at Richer Sounds
Posted 5th AugPosted 5th Aug
*EDIT* Price has been lowered, so now it's £369 with code With picture and sound enhancements, the Hisense 43AE7400FTUK leads its class for sound and vision. Wide Colour Gamut a… Read more

Would the Hisense rewards discount work on top of this?


Seems like a daft price for 43”


Cheers! I've updated the price!


Just checked the RS site and this is £379 and £369 with the TV10 code


I think 7500 have game mode and this doesn't? ;)

HISENSE 43A7100FTUK 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Amazon Alexa £284.05 Currys ebay
Posted 4th AugPosted 4th Aug
So I was after a tv and found this one which seems to be £299 in a few places but there seems to be little stock and anywhere that does have it has additional delivery costs. This … Read more

12 months from Argos, but you get 24 months' manufacturer warranty with all Hisense TVs - the only manufacturer to do so if I'm correct. Have had a 55M5500 for almost two years and it's been flawless so far. Quite surprised to see all smart functions still work with apps receiving fairly regular updates (YouTube, Netflix, Prime Video, Rakuten) which I really wasn't expecting for the £330 I paid for it at the time (another deal off here). This is a great TV for the price, but as you say keep an eye out for JL, RS or Costco deals all of which come with an extended 5-6y warranty for usually not a lot more. Just set your expectations right - at this price point you will NOT get eyeball busting HDR, ultra-uniform backlighting and local dimming, or silky smooth motion control.


A7100F is the 2020 version of the B7100 (2019). The TV's are almost identical.


£279.99 at Costco online with five years warranty if your a member.


That's fair but 12 month warrenty for a TV is a big no no for me..


If you can fit one in, you’ll get a 50 inch for not much more. AO have the H50B7100UK in stock for 299, also listed on eBay by them, don’t know the difference between the A and the B mind.

SAMSUNG QE50Q60TAUXXU 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV with Bixby, Alexa & Google Assistant - £699 @ Currys PC World
Posted 4th AugPosted 4th Aug
Experience incredible details with the Samsung QE50Q60TAUXXU 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV . Refined by Samsung, Quantum HDR enhances the contrast and clarity of each scene. D… Read more

Ordered one today from Richer sounds,great warranty.


sorry for the delay, but it's samsung themselves that had it at that price.


Yeah I saw that but that doesn't reduce £699 to £560?


Currys 6.5% discount via vouchers.


Which company on the BLC is offering 20% on this TV. Genuinely interested as I'm looking to buy this or a similar model. Thanks

Sony KD-65XG9505 Refurbished 4K HDR TV GRADE A £949 at Centres Direct
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KD65XG9505BU.A Refurbished: KD65XG9505BU.A Picture Processor X1™ Ultimate for unparalleled realism Acoustic Multi-Audio™ for an immersive viewing experience X-Wide Angle ensures be… Read more



Google might know


Has this hdmi 2.1 and 120hz4k


55" A8G OLED for £999............refurb. 12 months warranty. Would love to know why it/they have been sent back.

Sony KD-55XF9005 Refurbished 4K HDR TV with 4K HDR Grade A - £549 delivered @ Centres Direct
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Refurbished: KD55XF9005BU.A 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme for outstanding realism Amazing contrast with X-tended Dynamic Range PRO Fast action stays smooth and clear with X-Motion Cl… Read more
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Yes it's the XH9505 and all the reviews seem to agree it's an amazing TV, yes it supports eARC.


Do you know the name of updated model, or if Sony still has FALDs in 2020? Did they add eARC?


No worries, I only know as I spent months trying to decide between this TV and the 2018 Panasonic oled, went for the Panasonic in the end but I still have a soft spot for this TV it was a very good set.


Sorry, looks like you were right. I stand corrected


Unless it's a very recent update it doesn't. Every spec list says no and every forum is full of people asking will this get an eARC update and people replying probably not: If you can send me a link to anything saying that it does I would be very interested. Do you not mean normal ARC?

LG 49SM8050PLC 49 Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart NanoCell LED TV £427.95 at Amazon
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LG 49SM8050PLC 49 Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart NanoCell LED TV with Freeview Play - Dark Meteor Titan Colour (2020 Model)

Thanks for sharing @chappomcc (y)


That says it is amazon renewed with one year amazon backed guarantee. £579 to buy new.


great find, was oos but I did see the 55" @ 519 so bought it - 1 left in stock if anyone fancies it From Richer sounds too so should be 6 year warranty


Yeah looks like they may have all sold out. Blessing in disguise for me, that. Really don't want to be buying a new TV at the moment!


There was 10 in stock 1 hr ago - so low stock

LG 75UN81006LB 75 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV (2020) with 5 years warranty for £999.99 delivered @ Costco
Posted 4th AugPosted 4th Aug
Reduced by £190. First time seeing this new LG for less than £1K. :) -- Stunning 4K Ultra HD picture quality with detailed imagesImmersive sound quality (Ultra Surround)Stylish… Read more
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Silly and arguably incendiary question; is this TV actually good or just good for the price? I have a 65UH950V right now which I think was top-end-before-OLED but is also 3-4 years old; £1k for a 75 inch that's as good as my 950 sounds great but do I need to aim higher to avoid disappointment?


I used TV75 over the phone on the 65inch Nano that was posted here. Coming tomorrow


No, so wait a few weeks for a proper discount on this. You might be better off getting a cheap 65" QLED. Costco do not have the TCL but they do still have the Hisense.


Did you mean 75UM7050? I believe that is 2018 model with very limited availability, being sold for £799? None of those '5-6 year warranty dealers' have them in stock though. Or do you mean yet another model? This one have USB2.1, which may be more useful for gamers(I am not a gamer)- correct me if I am wrong.


It has just replaced the 2019 which is available for much less. This seems a lot of money for nothing special


Decent for the price


I think that's because you need to enable "Enhanced HDMI" on the TV to allow HDMI 2.0 features, otherwise the ports will run in HDMI 1.4 compatibility mode. It depends on the model though.


A device will tell you it's not at the best resolution and you can't go higher. A real HDR10 device will automatically tell you you can get better picture and tell you to adjust your tv or device. A PS4 PRO for example wouldn't let u have HDR10 settings with my model.


In what way is it fake HDR10?


We have a HDR10 4K Toshiba. Its as slow as anything and its a fake HDR10 even though its printed on the cardboard box HDR10 Picture quality its OK, but I'd definitely pay a little extra for a Samsung or LG. (We have one of each of these and I can't fault them)

LG 65UM7050PLA 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play Freesat HD £599 at Richer Sounds
Posted 3rd AugPosted 3rd Aug
Lots of TV for the money, free delivery and Richer Sounds 6 year warranty.

Would this Philips 65PUS7805 be a better buy for a little more spend -…tml


Is this LG tvebetter than this similarly priced Philips 65PUS7805 -




What model did you get?


I returned the 49" model of this TV. Much prefer the picture quality on my new Samsung.

LG 65UM7400PLB (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" & Free Vivanco PRO14HDHD HDMI Cable High Speed £549 at RGB Direct
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The LG UM74 UHD TV combines 4K Active HDR with an Advanced Colour Enhancer and Ultra Surround sound to deliver engrossing and immersive entertainment. A quad core processor support… Read more

Is the new consumer rights act better than the sad if goods act ?


Totally understand. Only sharing my buying experience to give the HUKD users some input if they’ve never used the company before (y) good post though. Good price, just personally wouldn’t use RGB again. Sharing buying experiences helps everyone out as a whole.


Nearly lost out on money put in by family members at Christmas time, had it not been for PayPal. Yes, I’ll let people know of my buying experience when using RGB and how the after sales support I received was awful. Not one apology and couldn’t have cared less that I’d been left with a broken tele. I’m thankful PayPal had sense to give a refund. Shouldn’t have got to that stage though. Ps. Irrelevant that it was 3yrs ago. It’s still the same company.


I had a nightmare buying from RGB when my tv arrived and was defective. They didn’t want to know and wouldn’t entertain the idea of a refund. Ended up having to force a refund through PayPal. Absolutely hellish buying experience when chasing up warranty cases. Definitely recommend a more reputable company.


superb deal

LG 60 Inch 60UN7100 Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV with HDR £549 Argos
Posted 3rd AugPosted 3rd Aug
Bringing stunning 4K Ultra HD imagery and LG’s immersive sound design together, the LG 60UN71006 also features LG’s award-winning webOS smart platform, offering a great viewing exp… Read more

It's an entry-level TV so no good for HDR but for general viewing fine, just don't expect a bright TV or a premium build


I really don’t like these stands wanted a different stand


Is this a good price , is it any good ?

Bush 50 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD DLED TV with HDR £289.99 @ Argos
Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
More time at home means you can make every day a cinema experience with this 50-inch smart TV from Bush. Boasting 4K Ultra HD resolution, you can experience every detail on the big… Read more

No issues with Bush, TV and sound bar, however there are other brands that sell slightly better quality, also slightly dearer...


Was looking at the 40 inch but says only has 1HDMI ? Surely that cant be right ?




No holidays in Brazil for you. (highfive)


Luv a nice bush.... :p

Samsung QE85Q60T 85 inch 4K Ultra HDR Smart QLED TV + FREE Samsung HWT400 Soundbar - £2299 Delivered @ Richer Sounds
Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
6 year guarantee and a free Samsung soundbar (Get a FREE Samsung HWT400 Soundbar) See the power of QLED at its biggest and best, with the Samsung QE85Q60T. Quantum HDR powered… Read more

Thanks for the enlightenment- I am keen to know what other audiophiles in this form think about your statement. Thanks once again.


And as I said the answer is yes. High end soundbars have very precise imaging and exactly matching tuned amplifiers, speakers, surrounds and subs that you dont generally get with component systems unless you can afford the likes of Meridian.


The question is - does a high end sound bar sounds any way near to a mid range surround sound?


No it isnt. And as we already established above you have never actually heard a high end soundbar install to know.


I have to disagree dude. I would agree with you that these sound bars are decent or may be better than many of the other sound bars, and certainly blow away most of the in-built TV speakers. Coming to a properly installed 5.1 or 7.1 with atmos is a league apart.

Swann CCTV System - 8 Channel 4K NVR with 8 x 4K Ultra HD Cameras & 2TB HDD £789.97 @ Appliances Direct
Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
Key Features 4K Ultra HD is the best resolution on the market and gives you ultimate clarity Motion and heat detection makes sure you never miss a moment Night Vision up to 4… Read more

Have you got the DVR (2 cables per channel) or NVR (PoE - ethernet only)? I'm on the NVR PoE system and can't recommend it enough. Read some before I brought it and saw some comments re. Motion sensor recording but as I was always planning on 24/7 REC not a concern for me.


idk why its so crap for me and many other people, just check out the app comments on playstore the dvr it self works fine but the online app on android for me are just crap i have tried many devices tablets, phones, android 9/10 older andriods etc and nothing works. the homesafe view works but rarley


Homesafe View. 5x4k dome cameras and 8 channel NVR recording 24/7 - absolutely zero issues on android or apple. Have wired up with external CAT6 cable. Can't comment on the other brands but these do what they say on the tin. And all 5 streams are simultaneously recorded on Synology SS so I have 28-30 days backed up at any one time.


really? on android which program are you using? the swann security or swann homesafe ?


Caught this the other day on mine, a Fox having a crack at a Hedgehog (bottom right):




For me, I don't buy phones every year, or even every 2 years normally. I like to keep them for 2-3 years. So I'd like to make sure it has future options. You might ask why does anyone need 120Hz screens (Honestly, most people using a phone for every day use will not notice the difference - same with people who want 4K screens, at that size, at that distance you won't notice and anyone who says they do is full of it). The problem I have is that the networks are just not good enough when you compare the speeds we get here with speeds people get in Europe, heck even Romania has faster networks than we do, so by going 5G I hope to get more speed. But the real benefit might be that the networks are busy refarming their 4G spectrum to 5G so I presume (I said presume, don't shoot me if i'm wrong) that means more bandwidth for 5G and less for 4G. My point was, at £650, why not include 5G? I honestly don't see the technical reason for it here. It doesn't seem to be for cost savings. Presumably Samsung did it to charge a premium on those phones that do it. If a crappy Chinese phone can have 5G and cost < £200 why can't a £650 samsung have it ?


There's 5G at the train station I use (St Pancras), there's 5G at my office in Soho, there's 5G in my home area too. Is there 4G everywhere in the UK ? (hint: no)


depends what city you are in. Why is it mad to want the current / future technology? There's 5G where I live. But why is it not included in a phone that costs this much? I think 5G is a lot more useful than having a 120Hz screen but people go equally nuts over that too.


people's obsession with 5G is mad, when they know it won't be fully available in the cities for atleast next 3 to 4 years.

Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD Android LED TV - £329.99 + free Click and Collect @ Argos
Posted 1st AugPosted 1st Aug
anyone got this tv or any experience with this brand Model number: 50HAK6150U. 2020 model. Dimensions and Weight Screen size: 50 inches. Size of TV H66, W113, D9cm. Size of… Read more
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Vestel is a Turkish home and professional appliances manufacturing company consisting of 18 companies specialised in electronics, major appliances and information technology. ... Most TVs produced by Vestel are sold under licensed brand names such as Toshiba, Hitachi, JVC and many own brand labels.


for anyone interested "Hitachi"-branded TVs are not actually made by the Japanese manufacturer Hitachi now, but rather the Turkish company Vestel hope this helps


Thanks for sharing @colm_mcerlain (y)


I think they had a firmware update. The screen also needs calibrating making some initial reviews unkowledgable. We also have Mini Led now, that being like an improved QLED


Not sure Colm as I've never tried it personally so worth checking. I'm basing suggestion mainly on this review: and the positive customer reviews. Seems like a good tv for the money

Philips 55OLED754 55" Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD OLED TV - £890.10 delivered @ AO (Using code)
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Good price for this TV at AO. You will need to apply the code TV10 at checkout. Enjoy winter nights snuggled up on the sofa with this Philips OLED 55-inch TV for company. The … Read more

Yes, just a concern as kids leave it on pause and then disappear for an hour and know pled can suffer from screen burn badly. Actually I thought I'd read it was 2 mins before going to a screen saver but this review says 20 mins so possible just didn't leave it long enough


seems to kick in consistently when the source turns off (no signal), not sure how it will know reliably when to kick in with a paused sky as it might think you're looking at photos or something...


Ive also updated it to latest version. The screensaver sometimes comes on randomly while watching from a firestick. No still images. Let me know if you work out how to update an app and not just the TV software, I cant get live TV on itv, channel 4 or channel 5 with the built in apps.


New purchase for me. Seems a few strange bugs so far. I thought in order to avoid screen burn it should show a screensaver after 2 mins. Seems very on/off as to whether this works when I'm pausing Sky Q. Anyone else getting inconsistency on this? Also need to set a high volume in order to hear it. Set quite high as to what I would expect. You can hear the difference when playing radio through the Alexa app on the TV as I need to then turn it down a lot. Will have to keep an eye on it. It was updated to the latest version on install.


the unplugging and plugging back in seems to have worked what a strange bug, though....

OLED55B9PLA 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £1098 (£988.20 after account credit) @ Very
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10% back! Enter PEHF9 at checkout to order on 9 months Buy Now Pay Later and get your credit back . Interest is calculated and compounded for the delayed payment period and is add… Read more

All gone. Only 65” left.


Although ideally I'd want the 5yr warranty, I'd be tempted if Very stocked the C or E.


@joetheheartbreaker , hey! Welcome to the site and thanks for posting :)


I got a B9 a week ago and I must say it was a massive upgrade over ageing bravia android that I had. It's super quick and easy to use. If you check online for smart tv operating systems LG ranks no. 1


thanl you

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