LG 43UH610v 43" 4K HDR TV for £399.99 (+£6.99 delivery) @ Very - HotUKDeals
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LG 43UH610v 43" 4K HDR TV for £399.99 (+£6.99 delivery) @ Very

£399.99 @ Very
Saw this on Flash sale at Very and seems a great price for a 2016 4K HDR TV set.......not sure you'll get much advantage from a 4K set at this size, but HDR should be good! Specs & PR gumph below: …
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Saw this on Flash sale at Very and seems a great price for a 2016 4K HDR TV set.......not sure you'll get much advantage from a 4K set at this size, but HDR should be good!

Specs & PR gumph below:

Explore the incredible world of Ultra HD with the LG 43UH610V 43 inch TV.

Thanks to a 3850 x 2160 UHD resolution, everything looks so lifelike that you'll feel like you're right there at the heart of the action, whether it's a rom-com, your favourite soap, the big match or a Hollywood blockbuster.

LG have taken this even further using HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology that extends the range of colours for enhanced realism, delivering brighter whites, darker blacks and stunning levels of contrast.

The clever 4K Upscaler feature also converts lower resolution entertainment for added detail, so your Blu-ray movies and other HD content will look near Ultra HD quality!

The award-winning LG Smart TV with Freeview Play also gives you easy-to-use internet features, including watching YouTube videos or keeping up with your social networking via Facebook and Twitter. You can also watch TV shows via catch-up services simply by scrolling back through the electronic programme guide.

Thanks to its simple user experience and set up, you can switch between live TV, apps and your external devices using the Launcher bar and Live Menu. This LG 4K TV is also ultra slim and will look great either mounted on your wall or sat on the supplied plinth.

There's access to NOW TV too, where you can enjoy a selection of films, including Sky Movies titles. You can also watch both Full HD and 4K Content through the likes of Netflix & Amazon.

This superb LG Ultra HD TV is also available in a 63 inch version – see item number K7XNE.•Blue Tooth: Y

•Depth: 81.5 MM

•Height: 583 MM

•Width: 976 MM

•Dongle Required: N

•Dual Core Processor: Y

•DVD: N

•Miracast: Y

•Refresh Rate: 50Hz

•Resolution: UHD

•Screen Size: 43"

•Surround Sound: Y

•Wifi Enabled: Y

•Ultra HD 4K resolution

•HDR High Dynamic Range

•Smart TV webOS

•Freeview Play

•20W 2.0 Channel Ultra Surround

•Clear voice sound processor

•Wireless connection to LG Soundbar

•2 pole space saving design

•Wall mountable
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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Good price, but i don't like look of this small print.....
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#2
Is this HDR10?
#3
musefan2001
Is this HDR10?

8 bit panel but I believe it supports hdr10.

krizw
Good price, but i don't like look of this small print.....
Non returnable under our Approval Guarantee, once installed or connected. Your statutory rights are not affected. See Returns section in our Help pages for more information.

Same as others AO etc.

Edited By: kiish on Oct 03, 2016 22:36
3 Likes #4
£100 more but I'd much rather go for this:
http://www.johnlewis.com/lg-43uh661v-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-with-freeview-hd-freesat-hd-metallic-design/p2663255

5 year warranty and great retailer, and much better model.

In fact I might post that as a deal, as it's a great price.
#5
Wouldn't touch another LG with a bargepole!
Pieces of junk!!
#6
wouldn't be worried about LG more like buying something from very!

manged to do a cracking job with the PS4 sale's! :D
#7
kiish
musefan2001
Is this HDR10?
8 bit panel but I believe it supports hdr10.
If it's an 8 bit panel, it won't be able to display HDR, only accept an HDR signal. They (and all TV manufacturers) need to be a lot clearer in their advertising with these TV's. Borderline lying.
#8
MichaelGL
kiish
musefan2001
Is this HDR10?
8 bit panel but I believe it supports hdr10.
If it's an 8 bit panel, it won't be able to display HDR, only accept an HDR signal. They (and all TV manufacturers) need to be a lot clearer in their advertising with these TV's. Borderline lying.


​Exactly! I want it for the Xbox One S, so need 10bit HDR as far as I know. Although I looked online and forums state that all 2016 (UH) LG TVs are HDR10 ? confused!?
#9
also is there a code to get this price or has it just gone back up to £499?
#10
MichaelGL
kiish
musefan2001
Is this HDR10?
8 bit panel but I believe it supports hdr10.
If it's an 8 bit panel, it won't be able to display HDR, only accept an HDR signal. They (and all TV manufacturers) need to be a lot clearer in their advertising with these TV's. Borderline lying.
Thanks for this. I was under the impression 8 and 10 bit HDR panels were a bit like HD ready (720p) and Full HD (1080p). That is, there is improvement just not full fat HDR?
#11
I have a similar telly as this which is non-HDR. Still a good tv but can definitely say that 4k really doesn't do much at this size.
#12
adam0812
MichaelGL
kiish
musefan2001
Is this HDR10?
8 bit panel but I believe it supports hdr10.
If it's an 8 bit panel, it won't be able to display HDR, only accept an HDR signal. They (and all TV manufacturers) need to be a lot clearer in their advertising with these TV's. Borderline lying.
Thanks for this. I was under the impression 8 and 10 bit HDR panels were a bit like HD ready (720p) and Full HD (1080p). That is, there is improvement just not full fat HDR?
8-bit panels (and some 10-bit panels) aren't hitting the UHD Premium standard. In simple terms, turning HDR mode on with these TV's will make a difference with HDR content and with the right content, it'll look impressive, it just won't look how it should.
#13
The whole HDR 8bit and 10bit thing is almost like a re-run of the whole HR ready Tv thing back in the day. lol

Glad i am sitting this one out until the Scorpio is launched. ;)

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