Come back available again today along with bundles on other tv's. I've invested (y)
Rtings has a good video review based on about 7000 hours of being constantly turned on. Basically you'll only suffer screen burn if you leave the same new channel/channels with a logo or info bar constantly in the same place on constantly without change. So as long as you vary what you watch you'll be fine. I.e. couple of hours of news a day is ok as long as you're watching soaps, films, playing games etc. too
Posted 23rd Dec 2020Posted 23rd Dec 2020
LG OLED65BX6LA 65" 4K Smart OLED TV - £1599 delivered @ Tekzone£1,599 Free P&P Free
so i just purchased this tv from currys using the 10% vouchercloud code and my gf's perks at work 7% instant voucher codes (annoying though as need to input 5 codes) but a massive 17% of advertised price. so £1327. cheers and Happy Christmas 🎅
Someone posted a way to get 10% off at Currys via the vouchercloud app, which this is the same price there. So you can buy it for £1439, even less if you have perksatwork and get can get cheap vouchers.
Posted 21st Dec 2020Posted 21st Dec 2020
LG OLED65BX6LA 65" 4K Smart OLED TV - £1599 @ Tekzone£1,599 Free P&P Free
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Ah, I bypassed all of the 9* models as I didn't want to pay for a soundbar I wouldn't use.
Thanks for taking the time to post @parody not sure why this has attracted cold votes as it's deserves more heat. :3
Technology changed. Previously TVs were watched in a dark room to bring out the content and now all light bleating from everywhere. Ambilight will give equally distributed compared to my hue play lights and Hue Go setup. That ambient light idea is so awesome. If you love it, it’s worth it :) 👌
No there are a couple of 4 sided
It was the KD65AG9BU
Posted 29th Nov 2020Posted 29th Nov 2020
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SO pleased with the TV, came from a 6 year old Samsung (hd) tv Colours are so bright and everything so so much clearer. Surprised the sound is so good when it's so thin In no way an expert but whoever has ordered, reassured you won't be disappointed! I was getting regrets after seeing the CX listed but honestly don't think I'd notice any difference in reality
TV arriving tomorrow from richer sounds :D will let you know the first impressions, probably the most expensive impulse purchase thanks to HUKD and OP but should make lockdown a little more bearable!
You've just cost me a grand now haha. Not sure how to sell this U7A now lol
I went from a 2018 U7A, which I have just got a refund on under the extended warranty (it was randomly crashing and after many engineer visits they couldn't fix it). Like you I was more than happy with my Hisense picture quality wise but the CX has blown me away. It's absolutely stunning. The Dolby Vision content via Netflix is a pleasure to watch. The UI is far better too, much faster to browse apps or the TV guide.
Posted 30th Oct 2020Posted 30th Oct 2020
LG OLED65BX6LA 65" 4K Smart OLED TV £1629.10 with 10% code LG10 at Tekzone£1,629.10
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No, it's not. Image retention can only happen is there's a static image to retain. Burn in is caused by a static image causing pixels in that area to age at a different rate to the rest of the panel. If you don't watch things with static images at all that will cause all the pixels on the panel to age at the same uniform rate, so no permanent image retention or burn in occurs. The pixels will age but they'll age at the same rate so there is no noticeable image retention or pixel degradation. Burn in isn't inevitable, pixel degradation or the degradation of its brightness is inevitable but not noticeable for many years if you ensure the pixels all age at virtually the same rate. There's people with Oled TVs over 5 years old with no burn in
Presumably, if (like me) you game in a very dark room and thus the brightness of the TV dims to match the low ambient light levels, that will reduce the likelihood of burn-in, as it seems the brightest stuff burns in quickest? Perhaps this is also why the CX max brightness is slightly lower than the C9's? For me, I use exclusively for gaming, and at the moment mostly COD Warzone. RTings tested a COD game on their extreme tests and had no retention even after a ton of use. I think it was equivalent to my use over 20 years or something ridiculous. That said, I'll be waiting for a good deal from John Lewis and grabbing the insurance, just for peace of mind. I think without the insurance I'd end up being too paranoid. Hoping for £1200 or under on black Friday. It's not a million miles from that now.
Are you getting image retention and permanent screen burn mixed up because whilst i agree that every OLED could suffer from Image Retention, NOT every OLED will get BURN IN. Just wanted to get that cleared up because it's complete FUD to say so.
Image retention is inevitable with OLED. Whether you vary content or not. Whether you have static images or not. It'll just be more noticeable if you have a red, orange or yellow section on the TV. Even with 100% Netflix use, you'll have more degradation in the middle of the screen since its always in use. Whereas the top, bottom and sides sometimes aren't if the content isn't 16:9 (Which is a lot) If you're happy with yours, great. Just don't try to tell others they shouldn't be worried. Its a big purchase for many people. They can't just afford to throw another £1,000+ on a TV if they end up with problems. Spending £140 to cover the possibility of problems on a £1,000+ TV is absolutely worth it.
Burn in isn't inevitable at all. You could have an oled 10 years without burnin. It's all to do with varying your content to prevent premature pixel degradation. Using the TV almost exclusively for Netflix etc where there's no static images makes burn in impossible. I'm someone who literally never watches live TV or games on oled so it's a non-issue. It depends on your viewing habits. Some people's viewing habits make them bad candidates for oled
Posted 3rd Aug 2020Posted 3rd Aug 2020
Amazon Echo Flex in White (extra 5% off for new customers using code) at Tekzone for £17.50 delivered£17.50£24.9930% off
I’m hoping the answer is yes. I don’t see why not. As it’s an Amazon device and not a third party audio actions in routines should work too. Other 3rd parties can’t do either of these two things
Can one of these be used as a chime for a ring door bell?
Using the NEW5% code, for the hard of thinking (i.e. me). Helpful review here: https://www.theverge.com/2019/12/9/21001146/amazon-echo-flex-alexa-smart-speaker-review-price-specs-features I've bought one to act as an additional control for my dining room lights. I have 9 smart spot lamps and lots of different scenes so it's helpful to use voice control instead of the Alexa app on my phone.
Kind of, in terms of sound quality, the echo dot is better. The flex does have some flexibility, there's a USB port that you can use to charge a device or you can add attachments to it that allow it to work as a motion sensor or nightlight (those are 2 separate attachments). I replaced the Echo in my hall with one of these with the motion sensor and was thinking about getting more (I'd like to get one for kitchen).
Posted 17th Jul 2020Posted 17th Jul 2020
Sennheiser HD 450BT White £123.49 with code @ Tekzone£123.49£15922% off Free P&P Free