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LG 43UH610V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" with Freeview HD - £369.00 @ John Lewis

£369.00 @ John Lewis
Been on the look out a new 43 inch telly for a while, been tempted by a few deals, this is a "mega deal" according to Currys, but £10 cheaper at John Lewis with 5 year guarantee. LG’s eye-popping C… Read More
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Been on the look out a new 43 inch telly for a while, been tempted by a few deals, this is a "mega deal" according to Currys, but £10 cheaper at John Lewis with 5 year guarantee.

LG’s eye-popping ColourPrime Pro goes hand-in-hand with their HDR Pro to deliver something simply extraordinary. Deep, bright and wildly colourful, this 4K panel’s top-line TV tech will give your media an unprecedented makeover. Use LG’s award-winning webOS 3.0 Smart platform to stream shows from such apps as Netflix, and with Ultra Surround sound you’ll be immersed in impressive audio for all your content. From Blu-Ray to broadcast, this set is the super-entertainment-hub your household needs.
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#1
same price at AO and Tesco.
2 Likes #2
gmschuple
same price at AO and Tesco.


No five year warranty with AO and Tesco though.
#3
£368 at Amazon and decent reviews. Looks like it's been retailing at £450 until recently, on Amazon at least.
#4
TwotoYou
£368 at Amazon and decent reviews. Looks like it's been retailing at £450 until recently, on Amazon at least.
I've got this tv, had it for about 6 months got it in my bedroom, good picture and handles my ps4 well. Trust me you wont need a sound bar with this as the sound that comes off it is fantastic.
#5
8 or 10 bit?
2 Likes #6
josh_yur
8 or 10 bit?
If you want a 10 bit around this price, wait until summer for Hisense to releases this.

Hisense R6 Series

• 4K Roku TVs with Roku OS
• 43, 50, £299 and £349
• $399, $449,
• HDR10 compatible
4 Likes #7
fake 4k lg RGBW panel thats why so cheap http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm

Edited By: discoman2016 on Apr 14, 2017 21:45: 0
#8
coolfi
josh_yur
8 or 10 bit?
If you want a 10 bit around this price, wait until summer for Hisense to releases this.
Hisense R6 Series
• 4K Roku TVs with Roku OS
• 43, 50, £299 and £349
• $399, $449,
• HDR10 compatible

Being 'HDR10 Compatible' doesn't necessarily mean it's a 10 bit panel..... in fact why add the word 'compatible' at all?

it could just use 8bit dithering

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Apr 14, 2017 22:48
1 Like #9
Got this last month, not the best picture quality. You are better off spending 100 quid more and getting a Panasonic or a Sony.
#10
jayjayuk1234
coolfi
josh_yur
8 or 10 bit?
If you want a 10 bit around this price, wait until summer for Hisense to releases this.
Hisense R6 Series
• 4K Roku TVs with Roku OS
• 43, 50, £299 and £349
• $399, $449,
• HDR10 compatible
Being 'HDR10 Compatible' doesn't necessarily mean it's a 10 bit panel..... in fact why add the word 'compatible' at all?
it could just use 8bit dithering


Maybe not, but surely being released in 2017 all Panels should be 10 bit as standard, no? why even mention 10bit in spec released by Hisense if it was not a 10 bit panel, it would only confuse people.

Lets see what they release.
#11
coolfi
jayjayuk1234
coolfi
josh_yur
8 or 10 bit?
If you want a 10 bit around this price, wait until summer for Hisense to releases this.
Hisense R6 Series
• 4K Roku TVs with Roku OS
• 43, 50, £299 and £349
• $399, $449,
• HDR10 compatible
Being 'HDR10 Compatible' doesn't necessarily mean it's a 10 bit panel..... in fact why add the word 'compatible' at all?
it could just use 8bit dithering
Maybe not, but surely being released in 2017 all Panels should be 10 bit as standard, no? why even mention 10bit in spec released by Hisense if it was not a 10 bit panel, it would only confuse people.
Lets see what they release.

Dunno, but confusing people is what TV makers are good at.. HD Ready springs to mind

Manufacture date doesn't really matter, they're built to a budget

Just seems a bit cheap
#12
jayjayuk1234
coolfi
josh_yur
8 or 10 bit?
If you want a 10 bit around this price, wait until summer for Hisense to releases this.
Hisense R6 Series
• 4K Roku TVs with Roku OS
• 43, 50, £299 and £349
• $399, $449,
• HDR10 compatible
Being 'HDR10 Compatible' doesn't necessarily mean it's a 10 bit panel..... in fact why add the word 'compatible' at all?
it could just use 8bit dithering

Yeah, that's a bit cheaty.
#13
Yea this isn't 4K resolution as such as it uses RGBW structure.
#14
I have both the 43" and 49" version of this TV and I think they are great. I picked up the 43" for £329 from Tesco using a voucher code. Extra 5 year warranty probably worth it over that. Heat from me.
#15
Thanks for the info. What's the sound like, rickinyorkshire? A few reviewers say it's pretty good.
#16
I have this tv sound is great, changed settings on tv a few times but still not impressed with picture. Had 4K on Netflix the picture not good at all but I'm wondering if that's down to poor internet speed
#17
Excuse me for possible thickness, but how do you tell if a 4k TV has a RGBW panel

Ta:)
#18
TH71
Excuse me for possible thickness, but how do you tell if a 4k TV has a RGBW panel
Ta:)

Only LG use this type of panel and then only on entry level sets most of the UH 6 range use the RGBW panel.
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TH71
Excuse me for possible thickness, but how do you tell if a 4k TV has a RGBW panel
Ta:)

You can take a picture of the screen whilst it's displaying a full white image if you're looking at TVs in stores (if you have a decent camera), you'll notice that after the red, green and blue sub-pixel there's a fourth white sub-pixel, you'll be able to tell if the panel is IPS or a VA as well. But generally most of the LGs starting with a 6 are RGBW.

There's a good site here to check as well. Scroll down past the Vertical viewing angle and if there's a bit added it will mention the RGBW structure.
#20
gazman090970
TH71
Excuse me for possible thickness, but how do you tell if a 4k TV has a RGBW panel
Ta:)
Only LG use this type of panel and then only on entry level sets most of the UH 6 range use the RGBW panel.
Just to clarify, only the IPS screens, the mva panel is a genuine 4k one.
#21
Hi.Now is 399£.

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