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LG 43'' 43UH603V - UHD, 4K, HDR Smart TV £329.00 Delivered @ Sky

£329.00 @ Sky Accessories
Nice set, decent price and very good reviews -3x HDMI / USB x1 / WebOS and other bells and whistles The LG Ultra HD 4K 43” TV offers four times the picture quality of Full HD with Ultra HD 4K … Read More
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[mod] 2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago
Nice set, decent price and very good reviews -3x HDMI / USB x1 / WebOS and other bells and whistles

http://www.lg.com/uk/images/tvs/md05780378/gallery/Desktop_1_image.jpg

The LG Ultra HD 4K 43” TV offers four times the picture quality of Full HD with Ultra HD 4K Resolution and HDR, great visual contrasting with LG’s innovative True Black Panel technology, and outstanding audio capabilities. All this and more is beautifully presented in LG’s cutting-edge design.

Ultra HD 4K Resolution

Get brilliant clarity and vivid details – even when you watch up-close. Ultra HD 4K delivers four times the Full HD resolution.

True Black Panel

The panel has an innovative anti-glare film that scatters harsh lights across the screen to reduce reflections so you can see new depths of darkness in your entertainment.

4K Streaming and Upscaling

HEVC decoding technology lets you stream 4K UHD entertainment and lifts standard definition entertainment to near 4K quality using LG’s unique 6-step 4K upscaler.

Swallow Stand

Place your LG TV on a stylish, metallic, two-pole swallow stand. Its sturdy construction lifts the TV and holds securely, wherever you place it in your home.

ULTRA Surround

This innovative sound technology creates seven virtual channels that produce the incredible multi-channel ULTRA Surround effect.

4K 60P HEVC

Enjoy clear and blur-free motions thanks to HEVC technology, which supports 4K video at 60 frames a second – the 4K broadcasting standard you can now experience with HDMI streaming.


http://www.lg.com/uk/images/TV/features/11_SuperUHD_Feature_webOS-freeview.jpg

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£369 from Richer sounds but with 6 years guarantee .
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math5871
rizzo777
I don't get when it says it's hdr and people on here say that it's not true hdr can someone please explain this to me because I'm after a new TV to play my PS4 pro on.
It's a minefield... can someone please supply a HDR "dummies guide" for us newbies as I want to buy the correct technology first time of asking

The basics of HDR are that High Dynamic range is completely separate to 4K, the pixel density produces a sharper picture but HDR produces more life-like colours Be is measured in colour depth (usually 12 bit of 10 bit) and brightness (nits)

There are 2 competing formats of HDR, Dolby ( 12 bit) and 10-bit, but there is also 8-bit, which allows a TV without the ability to produce the a full range of extra colours to emulate 10-bit HDR and improve on the normal picture somewhat.

Dolby is technically the better of the two but isn't supported as much; both Xbox one s and PS4 Pro only support 10-bit (with some/many 8-bit TVs able to fool them into thinking they are 10-bit) while Netflix and Amazon support Dolby too on some services. However, many TVs with Dolby HDR can also be patched to include 10-bit HDR as the tech has less requirements than Dolby.

Hope that didn't confuse things more.

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#2
Is this a smart tv?
[mod]#3

That's different spec (i think) / model number and they charge min £10 for P&P
[mod]#4
sallymaclanan
Is this a smart tv?

It is, yes :)
1 Like #5
goonertillidie
That's different spec (i think) / model number and they charge min £10 for P&P

Collection (from HD2 1UA or M1 J28) is free:

Next Day Delivery or Choose a Day - despatched when in stock £14.95
Standard Delivery up to 4 working days from despatch £9.95
Premium Delivery. Saturday. £19.95
Collect from Huddersfield Store HD2 1UA. Please bring ID & the card you paid with. FREE
Collect from East Midlands Store M1 J28. Please bring ID & the card you paid with. FREE
#6
sallymaclanan
Is this a smart tv?

Further details on this model (not the different model I posted!):

[ http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/43%22-4k-smart-tv/lg-43uh603v ]
[ http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-43UH603V ]
[mod]#7
fanpages
goonertillidie
That's different spec (i think) / model number and they charge min £10 for P&P
Collection (from HD2 1UA or M1 J28) is free:
Next Day Delivery or Choose a Day - despatched when in stock £14.95
Standard Delivery up to 4 working days from despatch £9.95
Premium Delivery. Saturday. £19.95
Collect from Huddersfield Store HD2 1UA. Please bring ID & the card you paid with. FREE
Collect from East Midlands Store M1 J28. Please bring ID & the card you paid with. FREE

Very limited collection and a different spec :)
#8
goonertillidie
Very limited collection and a different spec :)

Yes, I acknowledged that above.
16 Likes #9
£369 from Richer sounds but with 6 years guarantee .
1 Like #10
Only an 8-bit panel for those interested in HDR, so won't show the full benefit of HDR. Still good for the price.
#11
pbyron1
Only an 8-bit panel for those interested in HDR, so won't show the full benefit of HDR. Still good for the price.


Is the 8bit to 10bit really that drastic in difference? Or are we talking full breakdown analysis differences
#12
Slightly gutted I bought an LG 42inch 1080p panel at £300 a few months back now!
1 Like #13
PointDex
pbyron1
Only an 8-bit panel for those interested in HDR, so won't show the full benefit of HDR. Still good for the price.


Is the 8bit to 10bit really that drastic in difference? Or are we talking full breakdown analysis differences


unless your buying a 60" + set your eyes wood hardly notice the difference on a smaller size tv like this. That's what I've been told by numerous tech people who know what there on about
#14
Is this suitable for console gaming? (Ps4 pro/Scorpio)
1 Like #15
I don't get when it says it's hdr and people on here say that it's not true hdr can someone please explain this to me because I'm after a new TV to play my PS4 pro on.
1 Like #16
menzah
Is this suitable for console gaming? (Ps4 pro/Scorpio)


ps pro needs 10 bit hdr this is only 8 bit so would say you need another tv
1 Like #17
menzah
Is this suitable for console gaming? (Ps4 pro/Scorpio)
https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Home-Cinema-TV-Video/Sony-KD55XD8005-Android-Freeview-PlayStation/B01HM7JPMW?tag=vg247-jdpost-21&th=1

don't know if that's the best price available but it is recommended as a very good tv for ps4 pro
2 Likes #18
rizzo777
I don't get when it says it's hdr and people on here say that it's not true hdr can someone please explain this to me because I'm after a new TV to play my PS4 pro on.
It's a minefield... can someone please supply a HDR "dummies guide" for us newbies as I want to buy the correct technology first time of asking
2 Likes #19
tovtm
PointDex
pbyron1
Only an 8-bit panel for those interested in HDR, so won't show the full benefit of HDR. Still good for the price.
Is the 8bit to 10bit really that drastic in difference? Or are we talking full breakdown analysis differences
unless your buying a 60" + set your eyes wood hardly notice the difference on a smaller size tv like this. That's what I've been told by numerous tech people who know what there on about

The size thing is certainly true of pixels but HDR is about colour and, yes, it's noticeable for gaming and for movies that use HDR. 8-bit HDR is just 'pretending' to be HDR, it's an emulation. To many HDR is more important than the resolution.

That said, 8-bit HDR is still better than none but PS4 Pro and Xbox One S have both had some trouble identifying it as HDR on some TVs.
#20
Autocold, this isn't a 4k TV, it's 2.8k. Crap HDR is the least of your worries.


Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Mar 20, 2017 21:05
9 Likes #21
math5871
rizzo777
I don't get when it says it's hdr and people on here say that it's not true hdr can someone please explain this to me because I'm after a new TV to play my PS4 pro on.
It's a minefield... can someone please supply a HDR "dummies guide" for us newbies as I want to buy the correct technology first time of asking

The basics of HDR are that High Dynamic range is completely separate to 4K, the pixel density produces a sharper picture but HDR produces more life-like colours Be is measured in colour depth (usually 12 bit of 10 bit) and brightness (nits)

There are 2 competing formats of HDR, Dolby ( 12 bit) and 10-bit, but there is also 8-bit, which allows a TV without the ability to produce the a full range of extra colours to emulate 10-bit HDR and improve on the normal picture somewhat.

Dolby is technically the better of the two but isn't supported as much; both Xbox one s and PS4 Pro only support 10-bit (with some/many 8-bit TVs able to fool them into thinking they are 10-bit) while Netflix and Amazon support Dolby too on some services. However, many TVs with Dolby HDR can also be patched to include 10-bit HDR as the tech has less requirements than Dolby.

Hope that didn't confuse things more.
1 Like #22
jaydeeuk1
Autocold, this isn't a 4k TV, it's 2.8k. Crap HDR is the least of your worries.


According to specs this is 3840 x 2160, which is consumer 4K.
1 Like #23
PointDex
pbyron1
Only an 8-bit panel for those interested in HDR, so won't show the full benefit of HDR. Still good for the price.
Is the 8bit to 10bit really that drastic in difference? Or are we talking full breakdown analysis differences

Yes. It's not as complicated as some make out. 8bit screens display several million different colours. 10bit displays over a billion different colours. It's a big difference.
1 Like #24
jaydeeuk1
Autocold, this isn't a 4k TV, it's 2.8k. Crap HDR is the least of your worries.

The one article that gets posted on here regarding this 4k issue says theduction in image quality isn't noticable except when It's displaying very fine text. I can't see it being an issue at all from a normal viewing difference.
#25
pbyron1
math5871
rizzo777
I don't get when it says it's hdr and people on here say that it's not true hdr can someone please explain this to me because I'm after a new TV to play my PS4 pro on.
It's a minefield... can someone please supply a HDR "dummies guide" for us newbies as I want to buy the correct technology first time of asking
The basics of HDR are that High Dynamic range is completely separate to 4K, the pixel density produces a sharper picture but HDR produces more life-like colours Be is measured in colour depth (usually 12 bit of 10 bit) and brightness (nits)
There are 2 competing formats of HDR, Dolby ( 12 bit) and 10-bit, but there is also 8-bit, which allows a TV without the ability to produce the a full range of extra colours to emulate 10-bit HDR and improve on the normal picture somewhat.
Dolby is technically the better of the two but isn't supported as much; both Xbox one s and PS4 Pro only support 10-bit (with some/many 8-bit TVs able to fool them into thinking they are 10-bit) while Netflix and Amazon support Dolby too on some services. However, many TVs with Dolby HDR can also be patched to include 10-bit HDR as the tech has less requirements than Dolby.
Hope that didn't confuse things more.
Absolutely perfect :D, thanks for breaking this down
#26
gloryhunting
jaydeeuk1
Autocold, this isn't a 4k TV, it's 2.8k. Crap HDR is the least of your worries.
The one article that gets posted on here regarding this 4k issue says theduction in image quality isn't noticable except when It's displaying very fine text. I can't see it being an issue at all from a normal viewing difference.
Not the point. It's advertised as 4k, but you can'tt get a 4k colour image from it. Sooner people stop buying rgbw sets the better.




Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Mar 20, 2017 22:36
1 Like #27
So is this 4k or not...
#29
damienace
So is this 4k or not...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xBT-UDAHX8
#30
damienace
So is this 4k or not...

Yep, it's 4K.
#31
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/abfe79f see this a cheaper RGBW lg panel thats why so cheap
#32
Excellent price now at richer sounds with warranty but lack of freesat a deal breaker for me
1 Like #33
kezar0011
Excellent price now at richer sounds with warranty but lack of freesat a deal breaker for me
u mean this deal at weekend http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-43uh603v-4k-uhd-hdr-with-6-year-guarantee-also-enter-flash30-receive-an-extra-2637018
#34
pbyron1
math5871
rizzo777
I don't get when it says it's hdr and people on here say that it's not true hdr can someone please explain this to me because I'm after a new TV to play my PS4 pro on.
It's a minefield... can someone please supply a HDR "dummies guide" for us newbies as I want to buy the correct technology first time of asking
The basics of HDR are that High Dynamic range is completely separate to 4K, the pixel density produces a sharper picture but HDR produces more life-like colours Be is measured in colour depth (usually 12 bit of 10 bit) and brightness (nits)
There are 2 competing formats of HDR, Dolby ( 12 bit) and 10-bit, but there is also 8-bit, which allows a TV without the ability to produce the a full range of extra colours to emulate 10-bit HDR and improve on the normal picture somewhat.
Dolby is technically the better of the two but isn't supported as much; both Xbox one s and PS4 Pro only support 10-bit (with some/many 8-bit TVs able to fool them into thinking they are 10-bit) while Netflix and Amazon support Dolby too on some services. However, many TVs with Dolby HDR can also be patched to include 10-bit HDR as the tech has less requirements than Dolby.
Hope that didn't confuse things more.

Great info, much appreciated :)
1 Like #37
1 Like #38
I got this really cheap at around £250 for a 43" with discounts from friends and family etc. Disappointed with picture and would not recommend. My old 2009 Samsung HDTV seems a better quality display when comparing against the so called 4k (only way I could view was on Prime Video), this now bothers me.

The price I got was good, now cannot justify to the wife that I want a better replacement, having just bought this fairly new.

On the plus side. the smart features are good and simple to use with excellent connectivity. However, LG app store is poor on WebOS, go with an Android OS if you care.
#39
What's the warranty with sky on this tv? Can't seem to find it on the website
#40
I bought this TV end of last year for 360£, was happy with it, not mind blowing picture quality going up from 1080p, but I've not seen any high end 4k so could all be like that.
I sit about <1m from my TV so smaller screen is perfect

Oh stand is garbage so bear that in mind, u might want to stickit down

Edited By: lrbaumard on Mar 21, 2017 12:25

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