LG 43'' 4K Ultra HD Web OS Smart LED TV £359.10 / 49'' £449.10 / 55'' £629.10 [UH650V Series] @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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LG 43'' 4K Ultra HD Web OS Smart LED TV £359.10 / 49'' £449.10 / 55'' £629.10 [UH650V Series] @ Argos

£359.10 @ Argos
Credit to FantasyDeals for the original post and to Frank30uk for the code from his Sony post. Just bought myself the 43 as my first forray into 4k territory, and should complement my xbox one S nicel… Read More
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Credit to FantasyDeals for the original post and to Frank30uk for the code from his Sony post. Just bought myself the 43 as my first forray into 4k territory, and should complement my xbox one S nicely as this supports HDR10 so thanks guys!

CODE IS TV10

Also get a free £10 voucher for spending > £100

A UHD display featuring ColourPrime Pro technology delivers a picture of vibrant colours. The perfect canvas for your entertainment as a unique upscaling process and Smart TV webOS with 4K content ensure all your viewing is always in incredible detail.
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#1
Mate this doesn't exist? Theres no such LG 43" on the argos website for 359.10 !
#2
WHAT IS THE CODE?
#3
Lol sorry its TV10
#4
I'm pretty certain the lowest LG TV to support HDR10 is the UH770 series.
I believe this is "HDR Pro", which is LG's version of 8bit HDR.

Edited By: N1Andy on Nov 11, 2016 19:06
#5
N1Andy
I'm pretty certain the lowest LG TV to support HDR10 is the UH770 series.
I believe this is "HDR Pro", which is LG's version of 8bit HDR.
I found it really difficult to find information about this but LG state "LG Ultra HD 4K TVs with HDR Pro. Select LG 2016 4K televisions support HDR10, which we call HDR Pro" and after having a look on reddit, these particular TV's are compatible with xbox one S HDR

Hope that helps a bit!
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bryngreen
N1Andy
I'm pretty certain the lowest LG TV to support HDR10 is the UH770 series.
I believe this is "HDR Pro", which is LG's version of 8bit HDR.
I found it really difficult to find information about this but LG state "LG Ultra HD 4K TVs with HDR Pro. Select LG 2016 4K televisions support HDR10, which we call HDR Pro" and after having a look on reddit, these particular TV's are compatible with xbox one S HDR
Hope that helps a bit!
Nope, I think you need what LG call "SuperUHD" to get HDR10......and even then it's 8+2 on some of them (including the 770). I very much suspect that HDRpro, in the context of this set, isn't the same thing as HDR10 - if correct then you will still see some quite good HDR improvements with HDR 8bit as it still has an extended contrast range and colour gamut than non-HDR sets, it's just nowhere near as pronounced as with 10bit.
This is the problem with electronics companies marketing features before the standards have been set, as all it does is confuse and beguile people.



Edited By: N1Andy on Nov 11, 2016 19:31: grammar
#7
bryngreen
Lol sorry its TV10
what discount does the code provide?
#8
N1Andy
bryngreen
N1Andy
I'm pretty certain the lowest LG TV to support HDR10 is the UH770 series.
I believe this is "HDR Pro", which is LG's version of 8bit HDR.
I found it really difficult to find information about this but LG state "LG Ultra HD 4K TVs with HDR Pro. Select LG 2016 4K televisions support HDR10, which we call HDR Pro" and after having a look on reddit, these particular TV's are compatible with xbox one S HDR
Hope that helps a bit!
Nope, I think you need what LG call "SuperUHD" to get HDR10......and even then it's 8+2 on some of them (including the 770). I very much suspect that HDRpro, in the context of this set, isn't the same thing as HDR10 - if correct then you will still see some quite good HDR improvements with HDR 8bit as it still has an extended contrast range and colour gamut than non-HDR sets, it's just nowhere near as pronounced as with 10bit.
This is the problem with electronics companies marketing features before the standards have been set, as all it does is confuse and beguile people.

To simplify the utter mess that HDR has become look for Premium UHD certification if a set has this it is indeed ticking all the boxes that make the difference most of the major manufacturers have signed up to this(LG included),this particular set will give no significant benefit with HDR as N1Andy has already covered.
#9
gazman090970
N1Andy
bryngreen
N1Andy
I'm pretty certain the lowest LG TV to support HDR10 is the UH770 series.
I believe this is "HDR Pro", which is LG's version of 8bit HDR.
I found it really difficult to find information about this but LG state "LG Ultra HD 4K TVs with HDR Pro. Select LG 2016 4K televisions support HDR10, which we call HDR Pro" and after having a look on reddit, these particular TV's are compatible with xbox one S HDR
Hope that helps a bit!
Nope, I think you need what LG call "SuperUHD" to get HDR10......and even then it's 8+2 on some of them (including the 770). I very much suspect that HDRpro, in the context of this set, isn't the same thing as HDR10 - if correct then you will still see some quite good HDR improvements with HDR 8bit as it still has an extended contrast range and colour gamut than non-HDR sets, it's just nowhere near as pronounced as with 10bit.
This is the problem with electronics companies marketing features before the standards have been set, as all it does is confuse and beguile people.
To simplify the utter mess that HDR has become look for Premium UHD certification if a set has this it is indeed ticking all the boxes that make the difference most of the major manufacturers have signed up to this(LG included),this particular set will give no significant benefit with HDR as N1Andy has already covered.
To be fair to LG, they are aiming at HDR10 and (the even better) Dolby Vision with their better sets......something that only causes further confusion.
#10
N1Andy
gazman090970
N1Andy
bryngreen
N1Andy
I'm pretty certain the lowest LG TV to support HDR10 is the UH770 series.
I believe this is "HDR Pro", which is LG's version of 8bit HDR.
I found it really difficult to find information about this but LG state "LG Ultra HD 4K TVs with HDR Pro. Select LG 2016 4K televisions support HDR10, which we call HDR Pro" and after having a look on reddit, these particular TV's are compatible with xbox one S HDR
Hope that helps a bit!
Nope, I think you need what LG call "SuperUHD" to get HDR10......and even then it's 8+2 on some of them (including the 770). I very much suspect that HDRpro, in the context of this set, isn't the same thing as HDR10 - if correct then you will still see some quite good HDR improvements with HDR 8bit as it still has an extended contrast range and colour gamut than non-HDR sets, it's just nowhere near as pronounced as with 10bit.
This is the problem with electronics companies marketing features before the standards have been set, as all it does is confuse and beguile people.
To simplify the utter mess that HDR has become look for Premium UHD certification if a set has this it is indeed ticking all the boxes that make the difference most of the major manufacturers have signed up to this(LG included),this particular set will give no significant benefit with HDR as N1Andy has already covered.
To be fair to LG, they are aiming at HDR10 and (the even better) Dolby Vision with their better sets......something that only causes further confusion.

HDR 10 is a requirement for Premium UHD certification and yeah Dolby Vision does complicate slightly Sony were holding off in signing up to the UHD Alliance it was thought they preferred Dolby Vision but they have now signed into it so perhaps it is swinging towards HDR as the standard.
#11
4ktv786
bryngreen
Lol sorry its TV10
what discount does the code provide?
10% , not specific to these TV's works across all Argos TV's if something else tickles your fancy!


gazman090970
N1Andy
bryngreen
N1Andy
I'm pretty certain the lowest LG TV to support HDR10 is the UH770 series.
I believe this is "HDR Pro", which is LG's version of 8bit HDR.
I found it really difficult to find information about this but LG state "LG Ultra HD 4K TVs with HDR Pro. Select LG 2016 4K televisions support HDR10, which we call HDR Pro" and after having a look on reddit, these particular TV's are compatible with xbox one S HDR
Hope that helps a bit!
Nope, I think you need what LG call "SuperUHD" to get HDR10......and even then it's 8+2 on some of them (including the 770). I very much suspect that HDRpro, in the context of this set, isn't the same thing as HDR10 - if correct then you will still see some quite good HDR improvements with HDR 8bit as it still has an extended contrast range and colour gamut than non-HDR sets, it's just nowhere near as pronounced as with 10bit.
This is the problem with electronics companies marketing features before the standards have been set, as all it does is confuse and beguile people.
To simplify the utter mess that HDR has become look for Premium UHD certification if a set has this it is indeed ticking all the boxes that make the difference most of the major manufacturers have signed up to this(LG included),this particular set will give no significant benefit with HDR as N1Andy has already covered.

Argh, I bought this mostly because I was trying to do HDR on a budget for my xbone/ps4 =/

I'm unsure now on whether to return and try find a 1080p tv for a similar price, as I don't really care for 4k, and just got this as it seemed good value for HDR!
#12
Seems to be OOS (in Northern Ireland anyway)
#13
NOT OOS on mainland
#14
Why is this expired?? In stock at Manchester Arndale and the 10% code works as well...

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