Television Makes


(Gavin) #1

Best Television Makes


(If there's the wrong end of a stick, you'll find me holding it.) #2

Rediffusion


#3

Samsung, lg and sony


(Gavin) #4

Anyone had a Bush tv


(If there's the wrong end of a stick, you'll find me holding it.) #5

I did. And a Bush integrated stereo system.


(Ravi) #6

If I had the cash I’d get me some LG OLED goodness.


(Drew sanders) #7

Samsung - have had all the other main makes over last 15 years.
I’d avoid bush - had bad experience a few years ago - lasted less than 18 months.


(Splodf) #8

The only issue is the panels don’t last very long. 8k hours they’ve degraded to half brightness. Meaning the average person will need a new TV every 4 and a bit years.


(Splodf) #9

We won a Samsung 65" Curved top of the range TV in a competition, died in 4 months.

Samsung upstairs, 2 of the 4 hdmis are faulty. I’ve not had a good experience with them.

I’ve heard lots of good stuff about LG. They seem to know what they’re doing.


(Gavin) #10

I got polaroid now and its ok


#11

Sony, Samsung, Polaroid, LG.


(Andy) #12

I always ensure my life remains bush free. Never been a fan


#13

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(Only available in amateur ) #14

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(Gavin) #15

So Polaroid is ok yeah


(https://youtu.be/5DmYLrxR0Y8) #16


#17

Got a Sony full hd since 2008 moved it to bedroom when got our new sony 4K uhd tv was looking at the Sony Oled but was £900 over budget even in Black Friday sales :joy:


(https://youtu.be/5DmYLrxR0Y8) #18

Samsung LE40B650 is the current TV. Nearly ten years old I think. Lining up a replacement in the near future. Looking at an ambilight.


(Brandon Billingham) #19

LG OLED. https://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-OLED55B7V


(Simon B) #20

Up until recently I was using an LG one, had it for a decade and it was reliable. Recently upgraded to a Philips Ambilight model and I’m very impressed with it. You don’t see as many of them in this country, but they are commonplace in Holland since Phillips is a Dutch brand.