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CO-OP electrical LG 50UH635V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" with Freeview HD, Freesat HD & Metallic Design, Black & Silver £449.99 with code CP50

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1 Like #1
Do you also get 5% back with a co-op members card?
#2
Looks nice and slim from the pictures.
1 Like #3
nannyhoo
Do you also get 5% back with a co-op members card?


that's on own brand items
#4
Very decent tv for the money.
1 Like #5
good find op, heat
#6
Looks pretty decent, this this one has the superior MVA panel, not the faux K IPS one found in the other 6xx lines.
#7
Currently on sale in John Lewis for £629.95. Do you think they will price match and then there would be a 5 year guarantee with the TV.
#8
I would steer clear. I had nothing but issues with my co-op LG and their extended 3rd party warranty cover.
Ended up claiming through them for a replacement Samsung.
Just my opinion. :)
2 Likes #9
I just got the LG 40UH630V from argos for £379 and this panel is MVA and not RGBW thank god. The blacks are very good and motion blur is minimal and cant see any backlight bleed and had the latest firmware with HDR game mode to reduce input lag which is about 20ms.

The specs of this model are the same as mine.

Comparison here http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/2ebbce1c

All I can say is that its a cracker and the spec is the same as mine but mine is 40 inch. You need to be clued up
on the models that have IPS RGBW panels as they are not true 4K but these have MVA panels and have a true RGB
pixel structure. For all you gamers it work great with the Xbox one s and all ticks are green in display settings and
Gears of war 4 looks really good in HDR its only 8 bit HDR but still adds a subtle extra punch.

Feel free to ask ant questions, but this deal is very good :)




Edited By: Termiator on Apr 10, 2017 10:48
#10
I have the LG 49UF850V and am having problems with the screen getting vertical lines across it (which is usually fixed by powering off and back on) and also it is very juddery when trying to watch something whilst recording. Would these issues be fixed on this 50" model? Is this 49" one I have one of the models with the poor panels someone mentioned previously?
1 Like #11
Are the legs fixed or adjustable inwards on this model?
#12
Tempted between this and the hisense h50m3300, anyone had experience with both? Holding out for the weekend for more deals
#13
JCod32
Tempted between this and the hisense h50m3300, anyone had experience with both? Holding out for the weekend for more deals

I tried the hisense 40m3300 before my lg. I took the hisense back because of bad backlight bleeding and dse.
Got the HDR update and it just made no difference and added a slight green tinge to the image.

The LG 40UH630V i replaced it with is superior in many ways, no backlight bleed or clouding etc better MVA
panel and more settings in the menu to tweak.
1 Like #14
popeye1
Are the legs fixed or adjustable inwards on this model?

They point out and are not adjustable.
#15
Termiator
JCod32
Tempted between this and the hisense h50m3300, anyone had experience with both? Holding out for the weekend for more deals
I tried the hisense 40m3300 before my lg. I took the hisense back because of bad backlight bleeding and dse.
Got the HDR update and it just made no difference and added a slight green tinge to the image.
The LG 40UH630V i replaced it with is superior in many ways, no backlight bleed or clouding etc better MVA
panel and more settings in the menu to tweak.

Thanks a lot, You've made my mind up :)
#16
JCod32
Termiator
JCod32
Tempted between this and the hisense h50m3300, anyone had experience with both? Holding out for the weekend for more deals
I tried the hisense 40m3300 before my lg. I took the hisense back because of bad backlight bleeding and dse.
Got the HDR update and it just made no difference and added a slight green tinge to the image.
The LG 40UH630V i replaced it with is superior in many ways, no backlight bleed or clouding etc better MVA
panel and more settings in the menu to tweak.
Thanks a lot, You've made my mind up :)

No problem glad to help it saves us all time and effort to mess about trying out TV's and taking them back.
I have read a lot into TV's to make my choice and don't want to spend a grand on a 10 bit panel with 1000 nits
to give the best HDR experience as its all still new technology and not that much HDR stuff anyway. I just wanted a
good branded tv with true 4k panel no backlight bleed or clouding banding etc. been disappointed with Samsung,
Hisense and Phillips TV's their quality control is terrible all had some kind of defect screws missing bezel loose smashed screen etc.


Edited By: Termiator on Apr 10, 2017 16:32
#17
Where do I enter the code? Is it on the pay and confirm order page? Don't want to pay without the £50 off first. I've entered all my details and says no discount applied, free delivery. I just can't see the discount code box. Thanks in advance.
#18
FreeAsALark
Where do I enter the code? Is it on the pay and confirm order page? Don't want to pay without the £50 off first. I've entered all my details and says no discount applied, free delivery. I just can't see the discount code box. Thanks in advance.
http://i63.tinypic.com/30m2yv6.jpg
#19
Shaker
FreeAsALark
Where do I enter the code? Is it on the pay and confirm order page? Don't want to pay without the £50 off first. I've entered all my details and says no discount applied, free delivery. I just can't see the discount code box. Thanks in advance.
http://i63.tinypic.com/30m2yv6.jpg
It is the box on the bottom left which asks for promotion or gift certificate code.
#20
LG site says this is an IPS panel. Does this mean it is potentially a 'fake 4k' model?
#21
britespark007
Shaker
FreeAsALark
Where do I enter the code? Is it on the pay and confirm order page? Don't want to pay without the £50 off first. I've entered all my details and says no discount applied, free delivery. I just can't see the discount code box. Thanks in advance.
http://i63.tinypic.com/30m2yv6.jpg
It is the box on the bottom left which asks for promotion or gift certificate code.

Shaker
FreeAsALark
Where do I enter the code? Is it on the pay and confirm order page? Don't want to pay without the £50 off first. I've entered all my details and says no discount applied, free delivery. I just can't see the discount code box. Thanks in advance.
http://i63.tinypic.com/30m2yv6.jpg
Thank you very much
#22
tomarter
LG site says this is an IPS panel. Does this mean it is potentially a 'fake 4k' model?

Its not IPS its been confirmed on a few sites its MVA and its good as a computer monitor as its true 4K RGB panel. IPS panels are notorious for bad contrast and greyish blacks my tv is inky black with no backlight bleed but the viewing angle is not as good as IPS panel.

Taken from Flatpanelshd.com
http://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590


LG UH63xx

UH63 is also part of the 6 series. However, it is somewhat different since it does not use an IPS panel, according to LG. The company refuses to specify the type of panel. It will exist as UH635 and UH630, depending on your region.

LCD (not IPS)
4K resolution
HDR processing
Ultra Luminance (not in 40”)
110% Rec.709 color gamut
100 Hz panel
webOS 3.0
USB recording (only in Europe)
HEVC
VP9
20W speakers
Wireless Sound Sync
WiFi (ac standard)
#23
Thanks for the info. I was a little concerned about IPS for the reasons you identified and LG website states 4k IPS under specifications. This will be my first 4k TV so i suppose anything is better than my current set up!
#24
LGs are cheap for a reason in my opinion.
#25
Termiator
tomarter
LG site says this is an IPS panel. Does this mean it is potentially a 'fake 4k' model?
Its not IPS its been confirmed on a few sites its MVA and its good as a computer monitor as its true 4K RGB panel. IPS panels are notorious for bad contrast and greyish blacks my tv is inky black with no backlight bleed but the viewing angle is not as good as IPS panel.
Taken from Flatpanelshd.comhttp://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590
LG UH63xx
UH63 is also part of the 6 series. However, it is somewhat different since it does not use an IPS panel, according to LG. The company refuses to specify the type of panel. It will exist as UH635 and UH630, depending on your region.
LCD (not IPS)
4K resolution
HDR processing
Ultra Luminance (not in 40”)
110% Rec.709 color gamut
100 Hz panel
webOS 3.0
USB recording (only in Europe)
HEVC
VP9
20W speakers
Wireless Sound Sync
WiFi (ac standard)

Taken the plunge on your recommendation thanks. Do you have any calibration settings at all?, hard to find any online!
#26
I'm really confused which is the best one with too many models. I need a TV in between 48-52' with price range around 500. I'm also looking for good software especially LG or Samsung. please kindly can someone suggest the best one for my money ?
#27
JCod32
Termiator
tomarter
LG site says this is an IPS panel. Does this mean it is potentially a 'fake 4k' model?
Its not IPS its been confirmed on a few sites its MVA and its good as a computer monitor as its true 4K RGB panel. IPS panels are notorious for bad contrast and greyish blacks my tv is inky black with no backlight bleed but the viewing angle is not as good as IPS panel.
Taken from Flatpanelshd.comhttp://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590
LG UH63xx
UH63 is also part of the 6 series. However, it is somewhat different since it does not use an IPS panel, according to LG. The company refuses to specify the type of panel. It will exist as UH635 and UH630, depending on your region.
LCD (not IPS)
4K resolution
HDR processing
Ultra Luminance (not in 40”)
110% Rec.709 color gamut
100 Hz panel
webOS 3.0
USB recording (only in Europe)
HEVC
VP9
20W speakers
Wireless Sound Sync
WiFi (ac standard)
Taken the plunge on your recommendation thanks. Do you have any calibration settings at all?, hard to find any online!

Still fine tuning it myself, if gaming on it use game mode and don't forget to enable HDMI ULTRA HD DEEP COLOUR
in the general settings menu for each HDMI port, its another good reason to have this tv as Samsung ku6000 only
has one ULTRA HD COLOUR HDMI port so if you have more than one console you need a splitter on hdmi port one.
#28
angusangus
LGs are cheap for a reason in my opinion.
correct, they used to be called goldstar and this is what the make:
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm
vestel are usually a far better value and choice I think
1 Like #29
pentaya
I'm really confused which is the best one with too many models. I need a TV in between 48-52' with price range around 500. I'm also looking for good software especially LG or Samsung. please kindly can someone suggest the best one for my money ?

That's what I was like with my budget and could not stretch to high end models for £800 - £1000. I Wanted HDR but the LG TVs around this price have the inferior RGBW panels have a read of this for an explanation.
http://4k.com/news/lthree-of-lgs-4k-tvs-offer-pseudo-uhd-and-a-raw-deal-for-consumers-uh6400-uh6100-uf6800-16649/
This model has MVA panel as IPS have grey blacks and bad contrast I can compare this tv to the Samsung KU6000
for image quality and deep blacks. but unlike the Samsung all three HDMI ports support HDMI ULTRA COLOUR for
HDR etc

If I had the money I would get an LG OLED but I think my wife would kill me. But bang for buck I think this tv is the best and LG update firmware quite often and listen to the public and that why they released the HDR game mode as
all gamers were asking for a lower input lag.

Not impressed with Philips PUS6401 range either as android os is unstable and screen uniformity is bad and recent firmware iron some faults but not all as when connected to xbox one the screen had a slight flicker to the screen when you increased sharpness. think I should get a job at currys selling TV's lol.

Anyway if it was me I would get this one but its totally up to you mate :)
#30
bobo53
angusangus
LGs are cheap for a reason in my opinion.
correct, they used to be called goldstar and this is what the make:
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm
vestel are usually a far better value and choice I think

Better value but inferior image processing and features, LG webos has many options for calibration that vestel tvs don't, hdr and a dedicated hdr game mode, don't get me wrong I hate these RGBW lg TV's and for all we know vestel could be using these aswell and build quality is terrible on vestel sets and umc sets too I had bush tv in the bedroom and took it straight back as image quality and build quality was shocking and you can tell why these are cheap too.

This is a MVA panel and not the inferior IPS RGBW Panel :)

LG UH63xx

UH63 is also part of the 6 series. However, it is somewhat different since it does not use an IPS panel, according to LG. The company refuses to specify the type of panel. It will exist as UH635 and UH630, depending on your region.

LCD (not IPS)
4K resolution
HDR processing
Ultra Luminance (not in 40”)
110% Rec.709 color gamut
100 Hz panel
webOS 3.0
USB recording (only in Europe)
HEVC
VP9
20W speakers
Wireless Sound Sync
WiFi (ac standard)




Edited By: Termiator on Apr 11, 2017 09:28
#31
Termiator
JCod32
Termiator
tomarter
LG site says this is an IPS panel. Does this mean it is potentially a 'fake 4k' model?
Its not IPS its been confirmed on a few sites its MVA and its good as a computer monitor as its true 4K RGB panel. IPS panels are notorious for bad contrast and greyish blacks my tv is inky black with no backlight bleed but the viewing angle is not as good as IPS panel.
Taken from Flatpanelshd.comhttp://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590
LG UH63xx
UH63 is also part of the 6 series. However, it is somewhat different since it does not use an IPS panel, according to LG. The company refuses to specify the type of panel. It will exist as UH635 and UH630, depending on your region.
LCD (not IPS)
4K resolution
HDR processing
Ultra Luminance (not in 40”)
110% Rec.709 color gamut
100 Hz panel
webOS 3.0
USB recording (only in Europe)
HEVC
VP9
20W speakers
Wireless Sound Sync
WiFi (ac standard)
Taken the plunge on your recommendation thanks. Do you have any calibration settings at all?, hard to find any online!
Still fine tuning it myself, if gaming on it use game mode and don't forget to enable HDMI ULTRA HD DEEP COLOUR
in the general settings menu for each HDMI port, its another good reason to have this tv as Samsung ku6000 only
has one ULTRA HD COLOUR HDMI port so if you have more than one console you need a splitter on hdmi port one.


Cheers. I did find these settings on AVForums:

Picture Mode: Vivid (User)
Backlight:: 93
Contrast: 90
Brightness: 55
Sharpness: 30
Colordept: 70
Tint: 0
Colour Temperature: K50
Noise reduction: Auto
Mpeg-noise reduction: High
Black level: low
Real cinema: on
Brightness Control: off
Local dimming: low
TruMotion: off

Have you tried the trumotion on at all? or is the TV smooth enough already?
#32
JCod32
Termiator
JCod32
Termiator
tomarter
LG site says this is an IPS panel. Does this mean it is potentially a 'fake 4k' model?
Its not IPS its been confirmed on a few sites its MVA and its good as a computer monitor as its true 4K RGB panel. IPS panels are notorious for bad contrast and greyish blacks my tv is inky black with no backlight bleed but the viewing angle is not as good as IPS panel.
Taken from Flatpanelshd.comhttp://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590
LG UH63xx
UH63 is also part of the 6 series. However, it is somewhat different since it does not use an IPS panel, according to LG. The company refuses to specify the type of panel. It will exist as UH635 and UH630, depending on your region.
LCD (not IPS)
4K resolution
HDR processing
Ultra Luminance (not in 40”)
110% Rec.709 color gamut
100 Hz panel
webOS 3.0
USB recording (only in Europe)
HEVC
VP9
20W speakers
Wireless Sound Sync
WiFi (ac standard)
Taken the plunge on your recommendation thanks. Do you have any calibration settings at all?, hard to find any online!
Still fine tuning it myself, if gaming on it use game mode and don't forget to enable HDMI ULTRA HD DEEP COLOUR
in the general settings menu for each HDMI port, its another good reason to have this tv as Samsung ku6000 only
has one ULTRA HD COLOUR HDMI port so if you have more than one console you need a splitter on hdmi port one.
Cheers. I did find these settings on AVForums:
Picture Mode: Vivid (User)
Backlight:: 93
Contrast: 90
Brightness: 55
Sharpness: 30
Colordept: 70
Tint: 0
Colour Temperature: K50
Noise reduction: Auto
Mpeg-noise reduction: High
Black level: low
Real cinema: on
Brightness Control: off
Local dimming: low
TruMotion: off
Have you tried the trumotion on at all? or is the TV smooth enough already?

Not tried the trumotion setting yet as I use it most for gaming and it would add extra lag for gaming.
I think it helps for fast action and sports like football . Black level should be set to high if feeding a
Full Rgb signal to the tv like a games console or you will end up with crushed blacks.


Edited By: Termiator on Apr 11, 2017 09:51
#33
Termiator
pentaya
I'm really confused which is the best one with too many models. I need a TV in between 48-52' with price range around 500. I'm also looking for good software especially LG or Samsung. please kindly can someone suggest the best one for my money ?
That's what I was like with my budget and could not stretch to high end models for £800 - £1000. I Wanted HDR but the LG TVs around this price have the inferior RGBW panels have a read of this for an explanation.http://4k.com/news/lthree-of-lgs-4k-tvs-offer-pseudo-uhd-and-a-raw-deal-for-consumers-uh6400-uh6100-uf6800-16649/
This model has MVA panel as IPS have grey blacks and bad contrast I can compare this tv to the Samsung KU6000
for image quality and deep blacks. but unlike the Samsung all three HDMI ports support HDMI ULTRA COLOUR for
HDR etc
If I had the money I would get an LG OLED but I think my wife would kill me. But bang for buck I think this tv is the best and LG update firmware quite often and listen to the public and that why they released the HDR game mode as
all gamers were asking for a lower input lag.
Not impressed with Philips PUS6401 range either as android os is unstable and screen uniformity is bad and recent firmware iron some faults but not all as when connected to xbox one the screen had a slight flicker to the screen when you increased sharpness. think I should get a job at currys selling TV's lol.
Anyway if it was me I would get this one but its totally up to you mate :)

Thanks Buddy
#34
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#35
Termiator
I just got the LG 40UH630V from argos for £379 and this panel is MVA and not RGBW thank god. The blacks are very good and motion blur is minimal and cant see any backlight bleed and had the latest firmware with HDR game mode to reduce input lag which is about 20ms.
The specs of this model are the same as mine.
Comparison here http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/2ebbce1c
All I can say is that its a cracker and the spec is the same as mine but mine is 40 inch. You need to be clued up
on the models that have IPS RGBW panels as they are not true 4K but these have MVA panels and have a true RGB
pixel structure. For all you gamers it work great with the Xbox one s and all ticks are green in display settings and
Gears of war 4 looks really good in HDR its only 8 bit HDR but still adds a subtle extra punch.
Feel free to ask ant questions, but this deal is very good :)
Isn't MVA response time higher than IPS so not the best for gaming?
#36
bobo53
angusangus
LGs are cheap for a reason in my opinion.
correct, they used to be called goldstar and this is what the make:
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm
vestel are usually a far better value and choice I think
The best panels used in the famous professional monitors, including Apple, are LG panels.
They are now one of the best, if not the best manufacturer in the world.
#37
Termiator
bobo53
angusangus
LGs are cheap for a reason in my opinion.
correct, they used to be called goldstar and this is what the make:
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm
vestel are usually a far better value and choice I think
Better value but inferior image processing and features, LG webos has many options for calibration that vestel tvs don't, hdr and a dedicated hdr game mode, don't get me wrong I hate these RGBW lg TV's and for all we know vestel could be using these aswell and build quality is terrible on vestel sets and umc sets too I had bush tv in the bedroom and took it straight back as image quality and build quality was shocking and you can tell why these are cheap too.

This is a MVA panel and not the inferior IPS RGBW Panel :)

LG UH63xx

UH63 is also part of the 6 series. However, it is somewhat different since it does not use an IPS panel, according to LG. The company refuses to specify the type of panel. It will exist as UH635 and UH630, depending on your region.

LCD (not IPS)
4K resolution
HDR processing
Ultra Luminance (not in 40”)
110% Rec.709 color gamut
100 Hz panel
webOS 3.0
USB recording (only in Europe)
HEVC
VP9
20W speakers
Wireless Sound Sync
WiFi (ac standard)
It's not a sure thing it's an MVA panel, and as you say, LG website says otherwise.
Might depend on the batch.
It is also not easy to check the actual panel you get.
It is fairly safe to say it is an MVA panel, but not a sure thing
#38
MaximusRo
Termiator
I just got the LG 40UH630V from argos for £379 and this panel is MVA and not RGBW thank god. The blacks are very good and motion blur is minimal and cant see any backlight bleed and had the latest firmware with HDR game mode to reduce input lag which is about 20ms.
The specs of this model are the same as mine.
Comparison here http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/2ebbce1c
All I can say is that its a cracker and the spec is the same as mine but mine is 40 inch. You need to be clued up
on the models that have IPS RGBW panels as they are not true 4K but these have MVA panels and have a true RGB
pixel structure. For all you gamers it work great with the Xbox one s and all ticks are green in display settings and
Gears of war 4 looks really good in HDR its only 8 bit HDR but still adds a subtle extra punch.
Feel free to ask ant questions, but this deal is very good :)
Isn't MVA response time higher than IPS so not the best for gaming?

No Problems for me with gaming, no motion blur / Ghosting here and input lag response time is good.
I have tried quite a few tvs and my family's and friends tvs to get to know the best of the bunch and different
panel technologies.
#39
MaximusRo
Termiator
bobo53
angusangus
LGs are cheap for a reason in my opinion.
correct, they used to be called goldstar and this is what the make:
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm
vestel are usually a far better value and choice I think
Better value but inferior image processing and features, LG webos has many options for calibration that vestel tvs don't, hdr and a dedicated hdr game mode, don't get me wrong I hate these RGBW lg TV's and for all we know vestel could be using these aswell and build quality is terrible on vestel sets and umc sets too I had bush tv in the bedroom and took it straight back as image quality and build quality was shocking and you can tell why these are cheap too.

This is a MVA panel and not the inferior IPS RGBW Panel :)

LG UH63xx

UH63 is also part of the 6 series. However, it is somewhat different since it does not use an IPS panel, according to LG. The company refuses to specify the type of panel. It will exist as UH635 and UH630, depending on your region.

LCD (not IPS)
4K resolution
HDR processing
Ultra Luminance (not in 40”)
110% Rec.709 color gamut
100 Hz panel
webOS 3.0
USB recording (only in Europe)
HEVC
VP9
20W speakers
Wireless Sound Sync
WiFi (ac standard)
It's not a sure thing it's an MVA panel, and as you say, LG website says otherwise.
Might depend on the batch.
It is also not easy to check the actual panel you get.
It is fairly safe to say it is an MVA panel, but not a sure thing

IPS panels are easily identified by their grey blacks an bad contrast but good viewing angles, I have tried the
LG 43UH650V and that is a IPS RGBW panel and the viewing angle is good but grey blacks and bad contrast lots of Dse backlight bleed and poor screen uniformity. As soon as you turn this tv on you can tell straight away the deep blacks and better screen uniformity but viewing angle is not as good from the side but no problem from front on, the picture compares to the Samsung KU6000 that has a VA panel.


Edited By: Termiator on Apr 12, 2017 22:24
#40
Termiator
MaximusRo
Termiator
bobo53
angusangus
LGs are cheap for a reason in my opinion.
correct, they used to be called goldstar and this is what the make:http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm
vestel are usually a far better value and choice I think
Better value but inferior image processing and features, LG webos has many options for calibration that vestel tvs don't, hdr and a dedicated hdr game mode, don't get me wrong I hate these RGBW lg TV's and for all we know vestel could be using these aswell and build quality is terrible on vestel sets and umc sets too I had bush tv in the bedroom and took it straight back as image quality and build quality was shocking and you can tell why these are cheap too.
This is a MVA panel and not the inferior IPS RGBW Panel :)
LG UH63xx
UH63 is also part of the 6 series. However, it is somewhat different since it does not use an IPS panel, according to LG. The company refuses to specify the type of panel. It will exist as UH635 and UH630, depending on your region.
LCD (not IPS)
4K resolution
HDR processing
Ultra Luminance (not in 40”)
110% Rec.709 color gamut
100 Hz panel
webOS 3.0
USB recording (only in Europe)
HEVC
VP9
20W speakers
Wireless Sound Sync
WiFi (ac standard)
It's not a sure thing it's an MVA panel, and as you say, LG website says otherwise.
Might depend on the batch.
It is also not easy to check the actual panel you get.
It is fairly safe to say it is an MVA panel, but not a sure thing
IPS panels are easily identified by their grey blacks an bad contrast but good viewing angles, I have tried the
LG 43UH650V and that is a IPS RGBW panel and the viewing angle is good but grey blacks and bad contrast lots of Dse backlight bleed and poor screen uniformity. As soon as you turn this tv on you can tell straight away the deep blacks and better screen uniformity but viewing angle is not as good from the side but no problem from front on, the picture compares to the Samsung KU6000 that has a VA panel.
Yes, I researched a bit yesterday and found lots of reviews saying the viewing angles are really poor on this TV.
IPS were and still are used in most professional applications, you can't really say the blacks are that bad.
The blacks and contrast on MVA panels are superior and always have been, but all manufacturers went the IPS route in professional applications for a reason.

It is very hard for me to go back to TVs that change colors went seen from an angle... no matter how good the blacks will be. I happily live with blacks that are not perfect but keen on having perfect viewing angles. I have an IPS LG TV right now and can watch it from an almost lateral position without any issues.

One commenter mentioned he has this TV on the wall, so it is just a tiny bit higher than his sofa, and the colors get a bit greenish... Can you confirm on yours, how it is when looking at it from a vertical angle? Thanks

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