LG 43UH610V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" with Freeview HD ~ £349.00 delivered @ John Lewis (5 Years Guarantee) - HotUKDeals
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LG 43UH610V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" with Freeview HD ~ £349.00 delivered @ John Lewis (5 Years Guarantee)

£349.00 @ John Lewis
On sale with 5 Years Guarantee The LG UH610V 49'' Smart LED TV with 4K resolution delivers rich vibrant colours in breathtaking detail and clarity. With its innovative True Black Panel, it delivers…
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banned1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
On sale with 5 Years Guarantee

The LG UH610V 49'' Smart LED TV with 4K resolution delivers rich vibrant colours in breathtaking detail and clarity. With its innovative True Black Panel, it delivers brilliant visuals and great contrast. Featuring LG's WebOS platform for easy navigation, it supports Freeview and offers immersive entertainment options like BBC iplayer, Now TV, Netflix, Demand 5, Amazon, Wuaki.

Surround your senses with sound from all angles with ULTRA Surround Sound for a true 4K experience.

BBC iplayer, Now tv, Netflix, Demand 5, Amazon, Wuaki.
Television picture quality:

LED TV Screen.
4K Ultra HD display resolution.
Screen size: 49 inches.
Motion rate 1200.
Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Connectivity:

1 USB port and 3 HDMI sockets.
Smart TV.
Component video socket.
Composite socket.
Optical connection.
Headphone socket.
Wi-Fi enabled.
Ethernet connection.
DLNA compatibility.
Miracast.
Open browser.
Suitable for wall mounting 300 x 300 bracket.
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#1
thanks xx
suspended#2
wrong description? title/link are for 43" not 49"
#3
Which is better? This or the hisense 43"?
#4
Does anyone know the difference between this (LG 43UH610V) and the 43UH620V that was posted here yesterday: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-43uh620v-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-43-led-tv-349-from-currys-2584636. Looking for a TV in the sales this January.
#5
ordered this last week from John Lewis will they refund me the difference
#6
megaman542kforever
Does anyone know the difference between this (LG 43UH610V) and the 43UH620V that was posted here yesterday: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-43uh620v-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-43-led-tv-349-from-currys-2584636. Looking for a TV in the sales this January.


​there isn't much difference to be fair. The 5 year guarantee with John Lewis did it for me
#7
Used my £100 GC I got from the radio times deal, so it cost me £249! I Think im happy with that lol
#8
What's a GC ? Ta
#9
Gift Card
#10
what's the best deal on a 49" TV at around the 400 quid mark, and how do they compare to the black Friday deals?
1 Like #11
Ciggy
ordered this last week from John Lewis will they refund me the difference


​Yes they should do
#12
Looking to upgrade our CRT television. Hot but somewhat put off by LGs attitude.
but perhaps all manufacturers are at it?

Edited By: jazid on Dec 26, 2016 11:20
#13
Ciggy
ordered this last week from John Lewis will they refund me the difference


Ring and ask
#15
Cold not 49'
2 Likes #18
Cold.

Wanted the world for £349.
4 Likes #19
cold not a 100 inch TV to put in my tiny council flat for quality Jeremy Kyle viewing !
#20
jazid
Looking to upgrade our CRT television. Hot but somewhat put off by LGs attitude.
but perhaps all manufacturers are at it?


Nowadays any kind of device with the internet is doing the same. It's used for research, advertising and government agencies.
#21
Hi
I'm new to smart TVs. Can someone tell me what USB I need to record programmes on my Tv ? (My TV said USB wasn't connected when I wanted to record something)
#22
Ciggy
ordered this last week from John Lewis will they refund me the difference

Here's a novel idea, phone them up and ask or go to the store.
1 Like #23
fishmaster
Ciggy
ordered this last week from John Lewis will they refund me the difference

Here's a novel idea, phone them up and ask or go to the store.


​yes maybe some has already gone through this and could of helped since there shut until tomorrow. after all this site is to help people with deal etc. some right cranks on here
#24

Can you expand alittle please
#25

Can you expand alittle please
1 Like #27

Wow. I had no idea that even existed.
That is diabolical!
The UHD spec needs clear rules and regulations otherwise I'm sure we'll see more of this kind of trickery.

The manufacturers and model numbers should be publicly named and shamed.

Yet another pot hole to dodge.
#28
K1LLER HORNET
Wow. I had no idea that even existed.
That is diabolical!
The UHD spec needs clear rules and regulations otherwise I'm sure we'll see more of this kind of trickery.
The manufacturers and model numbers should be publicly named and shamed.
Yet another pot hole to dodge.

Only LG and then it's just some models within the UH6 range that have these panels,HDR has went the same way with it being added to most newer 4K sets even though most have no real HDR capability at least there is a minimum specification agreed with sets achieving this getting Premium UHD certification.
1 Like #29
gazman090970
K1LLER HORNET
Wow. I had no idea that even existed.
That is diabolical!
The UHD spec needs clear rules and regulations otherwise I'm sure we'll see more of this kind of trickery.
The manufacturers and model numbers should be publicly named and shamed.
Yet another pot hole to dodge.
Only LG and then it's just some models within the UH6 range that have these panels,HDR has went the same way with it being added to most newer 4K sets even though most have no real HDR capability at least there is a minimum specification agreed with sets achieving this getting Premium UHD certification.

Can we be sure it only effects LG, I thought in the past they supplied panels to others manufacturers. I was considering buying the next model up at JL as it has 3 tuners not 1, but would it be better to spend extra money and get a samsung?
#30
hemp
Hi
I'm new to smart TVs. Can someone tell me what USB I need to record programmes on my Tv ? (My TV said USB wasn't connected when I wanted to record something)

ok as no one else have answered,
I`m guessing when you press record on your TV remote,

its showing a message like "there`s no USB device present".

the type of device you need is ether a USB flash drive or a portable USB harddrive.

if you haven`t got one of those about you can get them from here:

https://mobymemory.com/uk/
or here
https://www.mymemory.co.uk/?utm_source=MyMemory+Newsletter&utm_campaign=942f04649b-boxing_day_sale_26_12_2016&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_135199ec50-942f04649b-63551637&goal=0_135199ec50-942f04649b-63551637&mc_cid=942f04649b&mc_eid=fc7abfcdd0

if your going to do a lot of recording i`d recommend a harddrive .
#31
...so avoid this one because RGBW?
#32
SAMSUNG UE40KU6000 is available at JL for £399, also at Richer sounds for £349. Would this tv be a better option in this price range?
#33
thanks X) hope you had a lovely Christmas
ws007
hemp
Hi
I'm new to smart TVs. Can someone tell me what USB I need to record programmes on my Tv ? (My TV said USB wasn't connected when I wanted to record something)
ok as no one else have answered,
I`m guessing when you press record on your TV remote,
its showing a message like "there`s no USB device present".
the type of device you need is ether a USB flash drive or a portable USB harddrive.
if you haven`t got one of those about you can get them from here:https://mobymemory.com/uk/
or herehttps://www.mymemory.co.uk/?utm_source=MyMemory+Newsletter&utm_campaign=942f04649b-boxing_day_sale_26_12_2016&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_135199ec50-942f04649b-63551637&goal=0_135199ec50-942f04649b-63551637&mc_cid=942f04649b&mc_eid=fc7abfcdd0
if your going to do a lot of recording i`d recommend a harddrive .
1 Like #34
Cold RGBw, defeats the purpose of all the 4K stuff
2 Likes #35
Cavity
Cold RGBw, defeats the purpose of all the 4K stuff
For those as unaware of rgbw as myself might like to read this article.
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm
1 Like #36
jackthabiskit
Used my £100 GC I got from the radio times deal, so it cost me £249! I Think im happy with that lol


What is the deal with the radio times?
1 Like #37
oh ffs. just read up on this rgbw stuff. so now i gotta choose between real 4k Samsung 40" or fake 4k LG 43".
#38
wahidul89
oh ffs. just read up on this rgbw stuff. so now i gotta choose between real 4k Samsung 40" or fake 4k LG 43".
Or a decent hd 40 screen which might be sharper than the rgbw uhd screens; what I am doing myself.

Edited By: jazid on Dec 27, 2016 22:56
#39
jazid
wahidul89
oh ffs. just read up on this rgbw stuff. so now i gotta choose between real 4k Samsung 40" or fake 4k LG 43".
Or a decent hd 40 screen which might be sharper than the rgbw uhd screens; what I am doing myself.


Hmm... you mean 1080p tv or pc monitor?
#40
This is confusing. Can someone answer the question whether the SAMSUNG UE40KU6000 is better? I'm unsure whether or not it's worth getting a 4K at all yet - the TV's under £1000 don't have HDR and apparently that is more of an upgrade than 1080p -> 4k is..

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