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£50 Discount
£50 Discount
£50 off ANY item over £500 including Panasonic/Samsung TV Sonos Bosch Neff Hotpoint and lots more @ Smiths TV
05/08/2018
Great deal I received via email as a thankyou for signing up to their newsletter. Long time follower first time post! (excited) A company local to me who I have bought off befor… Read more
alexjameshaines

smiths.tv@btconnect.com - give me strength. They have a domain but don't use it for business grade email (annoyed) Heat btw!

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Panasonic TX-55HZ1500B 55" Master 4K HDR OLED TV + 5 Year Warranty - £1399 Delivered @ Smiths TV
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
Panasonic TX-55HZ1500B 55" Master 4K HDR OLED TV + 5 Year Warranty - £1399 Delivered @ Smiths TV£1,399£1,59812% off Free P&P Free
Update: now cheaper at Hughes! https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-tx-55hz1500b-55-ultra-hd-4k-pro-hdr-master-oled-tv-dolby-atmos-3708724 Price drop was £1599. Possible pr… Read more
emptypocketz

That is some poor luck with Sony OLEDs you had, my LG Cx broke down within less then 3 months use. I heard Sony quality control maybe better but I hear others can get faulty Sony oleds also like yourself so perhaps its just luck of draw sometimes. TVs are certainly not like they use to be imo, I still have an LCD 20+ years old still working fine, odd that it cost £100 vs the £1000+ oled and last 20 years longer ain't it. LG did say oleds will be more cheaper in 2021/2, but I think they are not going to reduce prices straight away and maybe only £200-300 off roughly. Hopefully with TCL making their own OLEDS in 2 years time we get more better price wars and an actual proper decrease in OLED prices.

jaizan

It's LCD, but probably almost 10 years old. Will not be a knock off, since they will have bought it off a major retailer.

mb1357

This model is being replaced by the JZ1500 model which has the OLED Pro panel; will cost more mind but it is a better TV

Nautilus186

Posted it not long ago .

immortan4jo

Same price at currys btw

Panasonic TX-55HZ1500B OLED TV - £1,599 @ Smiths TV
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Posted 13th MarPosted 13th Mar
Panasonic TX-55HZ1500B OLED TV - £1,599 @ Smiths TV£1,599£1,79911% off Free P&P Free
2.75% TCB available also. For all the Panasonic OLED lovers out there! (lol) This model is only available with a select few retailers JL and Currys stock it but not many others.… Read more
Mentos

Pity the 65” hasn’t come down more. Been holding out for a big price drop on this or the 2000. But at current prices might aswel grab the 77ag9 from Costco.

Panasonic TX-55HZ980B OLED TV - £1,079 With Discount Code @ Smiths TV
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Posted 13th MarPosted 13th Mar
Panasonic TX-55HZ980B OLED TV - £1,079 With Discount Code @ Smiths TV£1,079£1,19910% off Free P&P Free
Also 2.75% available on topcashback. This is the best price I have seen on this particular TV others are currently £1199 so quite a hefty discount. This in my opinion is better th… Read more
Rolex17

Visit compare spec and price site Kagoo to see the difference

ddaann_99

Thanks. I have an nVidia shield so not too bothered about apps. Was just wondering if this Panasonic had any stand out features that the LG doesn't have.

Rolex17

Sony if you want Android and don't want to be restricted with which apps you can install. Picture quality is pretty much the same on the OLEDs. Bought the LG BX but wish I had bought a Sony.

Mentos

Check the reviews on AVForums. But not much in it with this generation between the big four manufacturers. LG's have HDMI 2.1, so if you have a gaming rig capable of running games at higher frame rates, they will have the edge there. Panasonic have an edge in terms of picture processing, near black detail, etc. Sony have an edge in terms of motion, provided you are susceptible to those issues to a greater degree then the artefacts/soap opera effect motion processing can introduce. Personally I tend to turn it all of as it annoys me more then sample/hold motion issues. They all have reasonably accurate OOTB settings which will reproduce an accurate picture. I prefer Panasonics OOTB Pro modes, but really not much in it this year.

Rod_SmithmPK

Bx will be better for gaming

LG OLED55CX5LB 55` OLED UHD 4K TV, 3rd Generation A9 Processor + AI, Dolby Vision & Dolby Atmos £1156.05 with Code + 2.75% TCB @ SmithsTV
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LG OLED55CX5LB 55` OLED UHD 4K TV, 3rd Generation A9 Processor + AI, Dolby Vision & Dolby Atmos £1156.05 with Code + 2.75% TCB @ SmithsTV£1,156.05 Free P&P Free
I posted a deal from the same company over the weekend but I have just had an email with a 10% off code and there is an extra 2.75% with TCB 10% off with voucher code TV10 then an… Read more
ARO99

You really going to wait it out over £50 odd? You may miss out on discount

rickj

Million Dollar question is 10% off what price ? This is a great price for TV currently in stock .It might be 10% off 1300 ? Retailers are famous for moving prices upwards then offering a discount back down again . Let's see what happens.

Marek_Poliak

Good tv.

JontyMick

Saw that. Very interesting this will line up with the review embargoes being lifted on the 2021 models next week

cheapskateshopper

It appears to start from tomorrow. Do you think they’ll stack the offer?

LG OLED55CX5LB 55` OLED UHD 4K TV + free LG Earbuds - £1235 delivered using code @ Smiths TV
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Solid deal on this LG OLED to get the price and the the free HBS-FN4 earbuds. The free earbuds offer ends next week so I doubt you will be able to get the price and the free earbud… Read more
Ghulam35

Actually cheaper in Costco at £1079.98

fringiee

praise Costco <3

Rod_SmithmPK

if i wasn't a gamer i'd buy a CX now. great prices and fab TVs but there are too many little niggles for me to put my money down. I'm hoping the C1 solves them then it'll be my perfect TV.

rickj

Quite true they do ,I've owned 3 since 2018 and now is pretty much the best time to buy . How many will be left in June ? and do you really think retailers have to slash 100s more to sell them ? Really. Buyers will snap up at this price point rather than miss out . They might drop a touch more but looks like your waiting sub 1k for cx . Good luck.

Rod_SmithmPK

Doh!!!! by replying to you means I didn't win WTF! tv prices move in cycles:

Panasonic TX-65GZ950B 65` OLED UHD 4K HDR10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, HCX Pro Intelligent Process £1,999 at Smiths TV
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Panasonic TX-65GZ950B 65` OLED UHD 4K HDR10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, HCX Pro Intelligent Process £1,999 at Smiths TV£1,999
Panasonic GZ950B - 65" Ultra HD 4K OLED Television 65 Superb OLED Contrast with Faithful Colours 65" Ultra HD 4K Pro HDR Television featuring OLED Display, the latest HCX Pro Int… Read more
SteHuz90

https://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1566209962

MatrixReality

2019 TV awards. https://www.avforums.com/news/best-tvs-of-2019-editors-choice-awards.16834

SteHuz90

In a recent blind test tv shootout in London between the Q90, A9, GZ2000 and the C9, the LG took the overall win. All underwent the same tests and it was pretty much neck and neck until the gaming sector where the LG smashed it. The Panny has no eARC or HDMI 2.1 for high spec gaming so its not future proofed. Although the test was mightily close the LG is now £1400 and the Panny is £3000 (both 55). You can get the 65 for £1000 cheaper so in that respect the price of the Panny is eye watering, and all round, its just not as good. Im not a big fan of LG or Panny, Ive always preferred Samsung but if anyone is thinking of buying the GZ2000 or and Panny above the C9 I would do a little research and save yourself a lot of money.

mart321

Because qleds don't suffer with burn in. At the end of the day, Oleds are far superior but there are worries about screen burn and people don't want to have to babysit their tvs. Personally as long as you don't have the brightness set to 100 and have static images on relentlessly then you should be OK. I've never had screen burn on my plasmas and they said the same thing about them.

johnro

Isn't samsung covering for 10 years ?

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Roberts Blutune 200 £100 Cheaper than JL £299.99 @ SmithsTV
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Roberts Blutune 200 £100 Cheaper than JL £299.99 @ SmithsTV£299.99£399.9925% off
Roberts Blutune 200 Cherry great all in one Hi-Fi system with DAB, CD and Bluetooth capability. Only appears to be on the cherry colour but personally I think that is the better lo… Read more
miguelcotto

I think this particular model with the wood effect is a much more premium than the glossy black personally and this seems to be the cheapest price I can find it anywhere.

ellbee

I recently purchased this from Amazon for £99 which is similar and over the moon with it - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B071GR8WG4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

mikeyfive

Revo SuperSystem is better.

ScroopEgerton

That's a thing of beauty.

AJ92

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Roberts-Blutune200-Black-Bluetooth-System/dp/B008R89PS0/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1525113953&sr=8-1π=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=bluetune+200&dpPl=1&dpID=31Ibbsci1gL&ref=plSrch

Sonos Play 1 £149 LIMITED STOCK @ Smiths tv
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Sonos Play 1 £149 LIMITED STOCK @ Smiths tv£149
I posted a deal earlier about Sonos Playbars/Playbases from the same retailer but I think this may be of more interest to many people. Great price has been at £180 all year fill yo… Read more
danflorin3

Load of them available in John Lewis Newcastle

markdavey1972

Just remember that you CANNOT create a stereo pair from a Play:1 and a Sonos One. You must either have a pair of Sonos One's or a Pair of Play:1's

chrisbarnes1

Back to £180 now, have to wait for BF now

cantonbean

TBF I’d have bitten at that...we had a whole Sonos setup at my old work...it was awesome...

Arnis65

Hopefully there’s a good deal of the play 1’s this Friday, ideally lower than £150. Only got one at the mo and i’m blown away by the sound quality. It literally shouldn’t be possible from a speaker so small.

Sonos Playbar £599 at smithstv
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Sonos Playbar £599 at smithstv£599
Black Friday deal this time of year there always seems to be a deal on Sonos items and this is the best price I have seen this at for a little while, retailer does free next day de… Read more
t0rnad072

I bought this with my new tv on Saturday last week......no sub for me yet, it is an amazing sound and much improved on our Bose surround. Payed 649 so this gets heat O

fmo

Classical, guitar heavy music, some jazz, nothing bass heavy

chrisredmayne

What do you listen to ??

fmo

It does add depth but the difference less significant on the kind of music I listen to

edanfalls

I don't think that's an argument for needing it. If you haven't tried it with the sub, and still think it sounds good, then that's good enough, surely? I've not driven a Ferrari but if I did I think I would no longer be happy with my Volvo... but for now my Volvo is good enough ;) Personally, I have the Playbar. I listened to it with and without the sub in the shop, and it definitely sounds better with but not drastically enough to justify double the price. Not for me anyway. At some point I will probably add the sub and a couple of Play 1s to make it a 5.1 but would rather kit out every other room first.

Newest Smiths TV Discount Codes:

DiscountSmiths TV Discount DetailsExpires
£50£50 off ANY item over £500 including Panasonic/Samsung TV Sonos Bosch Neff Hotpoint and lots more @ Smiths TV5/06/2018
10%10% OFF ANY TELEVISION STAND @ Smiths TV15/04/2017
10%Smiths TV 10% Discount off Radio Using Discount Code EGG1014/04/2017
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