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LG 43'' 4K Ultra HD Web OS Smart LED TV £399.00 / 49'' £499 / 55'' £699 [UH650V Series] @ Argos

£399.00 @ Argos
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 ens… Read More
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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 Like #1
Heat added. This got some heat back in August for a much higher price. Seems like the tv has decent reviews too. I would hold off until Black Friday though (just in case).
1 Like #2
me too, still heat
#3
Just read the reviews might get this can't see it dropping much more on Black Friday .

Edited By: Bakerdave on Nov 02, 2016 09:35: Spelling
#4
does this have a warranty
#5
raating
does this have a warranty

Only the standard 12 months. If John Lewis sells this TV, you can request a price match with their extra warranty.
1 Like #6
Anything not UHD premium or one of Sony's equivalent sets is a waste of cash imo.

Does make me smile when manufacturers say it will support HDR with a 'software update'
#7
I was wondering how good this would be as a computer monitor. The short answer is that it would work well.

I found a review (in Spanish) which checks the features which are important for use as PC monitor: 4:4:4 chroma and input lag. It supports the former in all 60 Hz modes and the latter appears acceptable (if not great).

http://opinioteca.com/tvs/analisis/lg/uh650v/

(heat added!)

Edit another review seems to indicate the input lag is even better than the 40ms stated by the first review
http://blog.cobrason.com/2016/05/input-lag-tv-2016-samsung-lg-panasonic-sony/



Edited By: yanick on Nov 02, 2016 10:18
#8
jaydeeuk1
Anything not UHD premium or one of Sony's equivalent sets is a waste of cash imo.

Does make me smile when manufacturers say it will support HDR with a 'software update'


Very good tv for the 'PRICE' so what is wrong with updating software? Most appliances need update as soon as you get them working !!!
1 Like #9
malachi
raating
does this have a warranty
Only the standard 12 months. If John Lewis sells this TV, you can request a price match with their extra warranty.

Seems like this model is an Argos exclusive. Heat added all the same. The 'short' warranty is a worry but I thought that about the panny Plasma that is still going strong ...that I bought 7 years ago from Comet!
2 Likes #10
Which would be better this or the Phillips 43PUS6401 I am stuck between the 2. Leaning towards the Phillips as it has Android. Thoughts?
1 Like #11
The Philips has double the warraty and ambilight if that helps?

Edited By: bellboys on Nov 02, 2016 10:45
#12
Samc123
Which would be better this or the Phillips 43PUS6401 I am stuck between the 2. Leaning towards the Phillips as it has Android. Thoughts?

Definitely this, Philips are a bit second rate nowadays. Personally I would only buy an LG or Samsung TV these days.
1 Like #13
Samc123
Which would be better this or the Phillips 43PUS6401 I am stuck between the 2. Leaning towards the Phillips as it has Android. Thoughts?
If you can go to the Philips PUS6501 AVForums say it's quite a good tv!
#14
Jaybeam
Samc123
Which would be better this or the Phillips 43PUS6401 I am stuck between the 2. Leaning towards the Phillips as it has Android. Thoughts?
If you can go to the Philips PUS6501 AVForums say it's quite a good tv!
Got a link to the discussion on that tv?
1 Like #15
mrtumble
jaydeeuk1
Anything not UHD premium or one of Sony's equivalent sets is a waste of cash imo.

Does make me smile when manufacturers say it will support HDR with a 'software update'


Very good tv for the 'PRICE' so what is wrong with updating software? Most appliances need update as soon as you get them working !!!


Software updates don't improve/change the hardware unfortunately..
1 Like #16
That's why it's called 'software' !!!
#17
Software updates do improve items I have purchased !!!
1 Like #18
Is it 3d though, couldn't see.
#19
CaptainVark0
Is it 3d though, couldn't see.
Put your 3D glasses on then 8)
#20
bellboys
malachi
raating
does this have a warranty
Only the standard 12 months. If John Lewis sells this TV, you can request a price match with their extra warranty.
Seems like this model is an Argos exclusive. Heat added all the same. The 'short' warranty is a worry but I thought that about the panny Plasma that is still going strong ...that I bought 7 years ago from Comet!

The TV is the same as the UH610V that is sold everywhere else, the only difference being this has 2 usb ports where as the 610s have 1.

Its a very good TV for the money, sounds a lot better than the phillips
1 Like #21
good value - quidco are doing 10% cashback for TV's over 299 making it even better value! have some heat! 8)
1 Like #22
jaydeeuk1
Anything not UHD premium or one of Sony's equivalent sets is a waste of cash imo.

Does make me smile when manufacturers say it will support HDR with a 'software update'


yawn. :{
#23
jaydeeuk1
Anything not UHD premium or one of Sony's equivalent sets is a waste of cash imo.
Does make me smile when manufacturers say it will support HDR with a 'software update'
Err its 399 sovs so stop ya jabbing!
#24
Cepultura
Jaybeam
Samc123
Which would be better this or the Phillips 43PUS6401 I am stuck between the 2. Leaning towards the Phillips as it has Android. Thoughts?
If you can go to the Philips PUS6501 AVForums say it's quite a good tv!
Got a link to the discussion on that tv?
AVFORUMS
#25
parkersblock
mrtumble
jaydeeuk1
Anything not UHD premium or one of Sony's equivalent sets is a waste of cash imo.
Does make me smile when manufacturers say it will support HDR with a 'software update'
Very good tv for the 'PRICE' so what is wrong with updating software? Most appliances need update as soon as you get them working !!!
Software updates don't improve/change the hardware unfortunately..


As i found out with upgrade software called WIFE 2.0......What a pain in the ace that was.
#26
crazylegs
Cepultura
Jaybeam
Samc123
Which would be better this or the Phillips 43PUS6401 I am stuck between the 2. Leaning towards the Phillips as it has Android. Thoughts?
If you can go to the Philips PUS6501 AVForums say it's quite a good tv!
Got a link to the discussion on that tv?
AVFORUMS
Oho you sure got me! Gosh darn it
#27
Isn't this one of those RGBW tvs and therfore not proper 4k



RGBW TVs utilize a pixel structure called RGBW (or WRGB), which differs from the RGB structure that 4K UHD TVs employ. This method converts some of the RGB sub-pixels to white (W) light, reducing the number of the pixels that can actually produce colors by 25 percent. This equates to a lower quality, less detailed picture on the screen.


http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/5137503

Edited By: cRuNcHiE on Nov 02, 2016 18:56
#28
cRuNcHiE
Isn't this one of those RGBW tvs and therfore not proper 4k

RGBW TVs utilize a pixel structure called RGBW (or WRGB), which differs from the RGB structure that 4K UHD TVs employ. This method converts some of the RGB sub-pixels to white (W) light, reducing the number of the pixels that can actually produce colors by 25 percent. This equates to a lower quality, less detailed picture on the screen.
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/5137503
Doesn't have proper HDR either but that won't stop people from buying it.
1 Like #29
jaydeeuk1
cRuNcHiE
Isn't this one of those RGBW tvs and therfore not proper 4k

RGBW TVs utilize a pixel structure called RGBW (or WRGB), which differs from the RGB structure that 4K UHD TVs employ. This method converts some of the RGB sub-pixels to white (W) light, reducing the number of the pixels that can actually produce colors by 25 percent. This equates to a lower quality, less detailed picture on the screen.
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/5137503
Doesn't have proper HDR either but that won't stop people from buying it.

Or you posting on every single TV deal to tell them that a TV for £400 doesnt have the same functionality as a TV for £1200
banned#30
Philips 43PUS6401 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD Ambilight Smart TV argos same price and HDR 10 bit panel for me 4k on anything under 55inchs is pointless? i.e. mobile phones with 4k screens thats why all these small 4k old stock tvs are cheap!
#31
discoman2016
Philips 43PUS6401 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD Ambilight Smart TV argos same price and HDR 10 bit panel for me 4k on anything under 55inchs is pointless? i.e. mobile phones with 4k screens thats why all these small 4k old stock tvs are cheap!

It depends on the distance

To notice on a 4k 43in TV you need to be between 2 and 6 foot away from it (1.8meters), on a 50 inch it goes up to 7ft away

Also the phillips TV you mentioned isnt true 10bit (but neither are for £400 and thats before we get into you wont tell the difference argument) and the phillips TV has real problems with input lag on consoles (80ms compared to 20ms on this)

Ive been looking at Tvs for months and I went for this, cant afford more that 4/500 and it ended up being between this and the phillips.
banned 1 Like #32
so the 43inch is a kids bedroom tv lol plus u need a good 4k feed like i said if u go to the movies the bigger the screen the better but if want to make the jump from hd to uhd size matters lol
1 Like #33
discoman2016
so the 43inch is a kids bedroom tv lol plus u need a good 4k feed like i said if u go to the movies the bigger the screen the better but if want to make the jump from hd to uhd size matters lol

I really dont get what your trying to say, why the lols?
banned#34
Does this TV support HDR 10 or Dolby Vision?
Im looking for a new tv for the xbox one s however it only supports HDR 10. Please can you help? Thanks.
1 Answer
Lee 360

Hello Lee 360

Thank you for your question, the 6401 supports 10 bit colour from source device and is HDR Plus compatible.

Hope this helps.
Helpful?Yes (8)No (0)
#35
So is this better than the Samsung Ue50ku6000 that was going for £499 the other week?

Looking for a reasonable 50" 4k tv for £500 and missed out on the Samsung.
#36
Ungreat
So is this better than the Samsung Ue50ku6000 that was going for £499 the other week?
Looking for a reasonable 50" 4k tv for £500 and missed out on the Samsung.
this tv is more similar to the 7k series than 6k
banned#37
Ungreat
So is this better than the Samsung Ue50ku6000 that was going for £499 the other week?
Looking for a reasonable 50" 4k tv for £500 and missed out on the Samsung.
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5656253?store=4103&cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59158%7Ccid:598735121%7Cagid:24290265650%7Ctid:aud-144400486596:pla-260751447571%7Ccrid:86845928210%7Cnw:g%7Crnd:13543143350311766220%7Cdvc:c%7Cadp:1o2&gclid=CNiFio6ai9ACFRNmGwoduW4LVA# try this
1 Like #38
discoman2016
Does this TV support HDR 10 or Dolby Vision?
Im looking for a new tv for the xbox one s however it only supports HDR 10. Please can you help? Thanks.
1 Answer
Lee 360
Hello Lee 360
Thank you for your question, the 6401 supports 10 bit colour from source device and is HDR Plus compatible.
Hope this helps.
Helpful?Yes (8)No (0)
Compatible means it'll accept the hdr signal - like how a720p TV would accept a 1080p signal (but it won't change the resolution)
#39
Really tempted by this but is there anything bettering this atm? Or wait for Black Friday?

Edited By: ddude05 on Nov 03, 2016 08:46
banned 1 Like #40
solid
discoman2016
Does this TV support HDR 10 or Dolby Vision?
Im looking for a new tv for the xbox one s however it only supports HDR 10. Please can you help? Thanks.
1 Answer
Lee 360
Hello Lee 360
Thank you for your question, the 6401 supports 10 bit colour from source device and is HDR Plus compatible.
Hope this helps.
Helpful?Yes (8)No (0)
Compatible means it'll accept the hdr signal - like how a720p TV would accept a 1080p signal (but it won't change the resolution)
http://argos.scene7.com/is/content/Argos/5389465_R_D003pdf

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