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LG 43UH620V 4K TV @ Currys Wednesbury for £349.00

£349.00 @ Currys
A bit late on this, but, Currys Megastore in Wednesbury, had a big opening weekend this weekend and today (Monday 3rd October) is the last day. Bought myself the LG 43UH620V 4K TV yesterday for £349, … Read More
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A bit late on this, but, Currys Megastore in Wednesbury, had a big opening weekend this weekend and today (Monday 3rd October) is the last day. Bought myself the LG 43UH620V 4K TV yesterday for £349, think the cheapest elsewhere is Currys normal price of £449, think RRP is around £600. Anyway, set it up last night and the picture is stunning, can't believe you can get a picture that good for that little amount of money.

It has WebOS 3.0 and 3 HDMI, so that's a bonus as well. Personally, I think it's a real bargain, so if there are any local people to this Currys I would probably take a punt on it, they had quite a few left yesterday when I bought mine, think they were selling 250 in total.

Might be a bit late on this, but, I guess it's worth a try while the sale is still on.
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craigfoley
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craigfoley
Voted Cold as hate day specific deals, I want a TV today and not being forced to compete with everyone else in a couple of days time.
You can have the TV today, in fact, today is the only day you can have it, it won't be available in a couple of days.
Bit confusing your title then, surely you should be editing it to Monday?

It says Wednesbury (the area) not Wednesday!
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Amazon and Netflix are the only 4K broadcast content in the UK currently - and you have to have the broadband capable of bringing it down.

Heck, most UK TV promoted as HD is still only 720P and will be for some years to come.

Most people would be better off just buying a good 1080P panel and using it for several years until we begin to get 4K content in the UK. A 1080P bought today will probably be old and knackered before true 4K is available widely in the UK.
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craigfoley
Voted Cold as hate day specific deals, I want a TV today and not being forced to compete with everyone else in a couple of days time.

You need to re-read what the OP has posted...

Edited By: stamfordblue on Oct 03, 2016 10:10

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#1
Is there any 4k content available that i don't know about?
#2
The only thing I managed to view was the 4K content on Amazon Prime that I pay for, I watched the US Version of Mad Dogs last night and it was stunning. I know Netflix have 4K as well but you have to pay extra for it and I only have the standard membership. I put a 4K video on YouTube and it was incredible, that's what I tested the picture with.
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Amazon and Netflix are the only 4K broadcast content in the UK currently - and you have to have the broadband capable of bringing it down.

Heck, most UK TV promoted as HD is still only 720P and will be for some years to come.

Most people would be better off just buying a good 1080P panel and using it for several years until we begin to get 4K content in the UK. A 1080P bought today will probably be old and knackered before true 4K is available widely in the UK.
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tawse57
Amazon and Netflix are the only 4K broadcast content in the UK currently - and you have to have the broadband capable of bringing it down.
Heck, most UK TV promoted as HD is still only 720P and will be for some years to come.
Most people would be better off just buying a good 1080P panel and using it for several years until we begin to get 4K content in the UK. A 1080P bought today will probably be old and knackered before true 4K is available widely in the UK.

Thought Sky were already broadcasting in 4K (Ultra HD) now with the Sky Q box?
#5
Voted Cold as hate day specific deals, I want a TV today and not being forced to compete with everyone else in a couple of days time.

Edited By: craigfoley on Oct 03, 2016 10:06
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craigfoley
Voted Cold as hate day specific deals, I want a TV today and not being forced to compete with everyone else in a couple of days time.

You need to re-read what the OP has posted...

Edited By: stamfordblue on Oct 03, 2016 10:10
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stamfordblue
craigfoley
Voted Cold as hate day specific deals, I want a TV today and not being forced to compete with everyone else in a couple of days time.
You need to re-read what the OP has posted...

No time for that as got to go out to ASDA to get a load of 20p air freshener replacements.
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craigfoley
Voted Cold as hate day specific deals, I want a TV today and not being forced to compete with everyone else in a couple of days time.

You can have the TV today, in fact, today is the only day you can have it, it won't be available in a couple of days.
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Websta

Thought Sky were already broadcasting in 4K (Ultra HD) now with the Sky Q box?


They say so don't they with the silver Q box. Whether they are or not I don't wish to comment. I just recall loads of advertising some years back for HD and people assumed it was full 1080P HD but it turned out to be 720P and continues to be so for much of HD broadcasting.

I just had the black Q box installed last week and it is not 4K.

I suspect that we are going to get lots of providers offering 4K as a means to jump on the bandwagon and make money from selling extra services to everyone buying a 4K TV - or what they think is a 4K TV. Just as what happened when everyone was buying 1080P TVs despite many broadcasters only offering 720P.

Worth a read:

http://www.techradar.com/news/television/ultra-hd-everything-you-need-to-know-about-4k-tv-1048954
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craigfoley
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craigfoley
Voted Cold as hate day specific deals, I want a TV today and not being forced to compete with everyone else in a couple of days time.
You can have the TV today, in fact, today is the only day you can have it, it won't be available in a couple of days.
Bit confusing your title then, surely you should be editing it to Monday?

It says Wednesbury (the area) not Wednesday!
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Wow
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craigfoley
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craigfoley
Voted Cold as hate day specific deals, I want a TV today and not being forced to compete with everyone else in a couple of days time.
You can have the TV today, in fact, today is the only day you can have it, it won't be available in a couple of days.
Bit confusing your title then, surely you should be editing it to Monday?
It says Wednesbury (the area) not Wednesday!

Oh Ok, Sorry I was skim reading it as was in a hurry so my cut of was 'Wedne...' which using my skim reading technique (which is usually fool proof) translates to my brain as Wednesday. Maybe be clearer next time an put 'Location = Wednesbury' ? then my skim technique would have picked up 'Loc' as Location and not made such a error.
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@tawse57 - Surely if Sky are already broadcasting in Ultra HD, Netflix and Amazon are showing 4K, Ultra HD players and discs are available it is worth looking into getting a 4K TV at this price, because it won't be as long as you state before there is more content available? You can still view Full HD and it upscales it to a better quality image, so why not be prepared for 4K and watch better Full HD on a TV the same price as buying one without 4K?
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craigfoley
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craigfoley
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craigfoley
Voted Cold as hate day specific deals, I want a TV today and not being forced to compete with everyone else in a couple of days time.
You can have the TV today, in fact, today is the only day you can have it, it won't be available in a couple of days.
Bit confusing your title then, surely you should be editing it to Monday?
It says Wednesbury (the area) not Wednesday!
Oh Ok, Sorry I was skim reading it as was in a hurry so my cut of was 'Wedne...' which using my skim reading technique (which is usually fool proof) translates to my brain as Wednesday. Maybe be clearer next time an put 'Location = Wednesbury' ? then my skim technique would have picked up 'Loc' as Location and not made such a error.

I shall be sure to think of you next time I post!
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Th al i a (Thats all I ask)

Edited By: craigfoley on Oct 03, 2016 10:32
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craigfoley
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craigfoley
Voted Cold as hate day specific deals, I want a TV today and not being forced to compete with everyone else in a couple of days time.
You can have the TV today, in fact, today is the only day you can have it, it won't be available in a couple of days.
Bit confusing your title then, surely you should be editing it to Monday?
It says Wednesbury (the area) not Wednesday!

They are seriously moaning about that? Jeez ...
#17
This is typical budget model - made to be sold on constant promotional offer at the only one place... as cannot see other sellers apart from Currys. RRP £600 ?...yeah,right. Doubt if it's real LG to be honest... Probably same league as all Hitachi tvs sold at Argos...
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as i thought then peeps. Seems pointless shelling out for somethink that i can't really use yet.
#19
Websta
@tawse57 - Surely if Sky are already broadcasting in Ultra HD, Netflix and Amazon are showing 4K, Ultra HD players and discs are available it is worth looking into getting a 4K TV at this price, because it won't be as long as you state before there is more content available? You can still view Full HD and it upscales it to a better quality image, so why not be prepared for 4K and watch better Full HD on a TV the same price as buying one without 4K?

Well, that is one line of thought.

Another line of thought is that different manufacturers are implementing 4K in different ways, or that some are implementing 4K or HDR in terms of software as opposed to hardware. Then you have all the bit issues - is it 8 bit or 10 bit.... Give it 6 months and no one on here will consider 10 bit sufficient enough...

Look at the new Xbox S - widely hailed as having a 4K dvd player. But go on to technical forums, and even read the US Amazon reviews, and there is plenty of info from posters claming that the box is, allegedly, not true 4K. But it has helped MS sell a heck of a lot of consoles in the past fortnight.

IMPO the 4K label is just a great marketing tool to get people to buy TVs, consoles and services at the moment just as we had when 1080P was used in the same way. You can buy very good - excellent - 1080P TVs for £250 now, certainly under £300, from the leading makers and, IMPO, they will suffice until both 'true' 4K, on the hardware side, is ready and fully implemented on both the TV side and also on the services side.

I have 2 years from now - MAYBE Christmas 2017 at the earliest - pencilled in for buying a 4K TV as I honestly do not expect that everything will be in place until then. By which point, not only will the technology be fully functional and, no doubt, much better but the prices of them will be considerably less.
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pavel76
This is typical budget model - made to be sold on constant promotional offer at the only one place... as cannot see other sellers apart from Currys. RRP £600 ?...yeah,right. Doubt if it's real LG to be honest... Probably same league as all Hitachi tvs sold at Argos...

Budget model or not, LG or not, all I can say is that the picture quality is fantastic on it. I bought a Samsung 40JU6500 4K TV just before christmas for £620, I sold it for £400 a few weeks ago because the clouding issues on it were terrible and Samsung were telling me it was acceptable on LED TV's. I bought this yesterday to replace it and the picture is head and shoulders above it, sharper, no clouding at all, not one bit, not even in the corners.
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tawse57
Amazon and Netflix are the only 4K broadcast content in the UK currently - and you have to have the broadband capable of bringing it down.
Heck, most UK TV promoted as HD is still only 720P and will be for some years to come.
Most people would be better off just buying a good 1080P panel and using it for several years until we begin to get 4K content in the UK. A 1080P bought today will probably be old and knackered before true 4K is available widely in the UK.

Thought Sky were already broadcasting in 4K (Ultra HD) now with the Sky Q box?


I think BT sport show some football games in 4k.

Edited By: chris88 on Oct 03, 2016 14:03: .
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pavel76
This is typical budget model - made to be sold on constant promotional offer at the only one place... as cannot see other sellers apart from Currys. RRP £600 ?...yeah,right. Doubt if it's real LG to be honest... Probably same league as all Hitachi tvs sold at Argos...
Budget model or not, LG or not, all I can say is that the picture quality is fantastic on it. I bought a Samsung 40JU6500 4K TV just before christmas for £620, I sold it for £400 a few weeks ago because the clouding issues on it were terrible and Samsung were telling me it was acceptable on LED TV's. I bought this yesterday to replace it and the picture is head and shoulders above it, sharper, no clouding at all, not one bit, not even in the corners.
Good to know then... thanks
#23
tawse57
Amazon and Netflix are the only 4K broadcast content in the UK currently - and you have to have the broadband capable of bringing it down.
Heck, most UK TV promoted as HD is still only 720P and will be for some years to come.
Most people would be better off just buying a good 1080P panel and using it for several years until we begin to get 4K content in the UK. A 1080P bought today will probably be old and knackered before true 4K is available widely in the UK.

Sky Q silver has at least movies and boxsets in 4K, i don't have sports so don;t know about that.
BT TV has BT Sport in 4K too.
#24
tawse57
I just recall loads of advertising some years back for HD and people assumed it was full 1080P HD but it turned out to be 720P and continues to be so for much of HD broadcasting.

Freesat, Freeview and Sky (Sky Q not withstanding) all broadcast in 1080i.

As for the panel, it's likely an RGBW one.
#25
rrp £600, wtf X)X)X)
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tawse57
Websta

Thought Sky were already broadcasting in 4K (Ultra HD) now with the Sky Q box?
They say so don't they with the silver Q box. Whether they are or not I don't wish to comment. I just recall loads of advertising some years back for HD and people assumed it was full 1080P HD but it turned out to be 720P and continues to be so for much of HD broadcasting.
I just had the black Q box installed last week and it is not 4K.

As sky have stated the Sky Q silver box is the only 4k box - the skyq mini boxes arent 4k either. There is content on movies and some entertainment programmes as well as sports (if you are willing to pay for the privilage) - dont want 4k ? get the grey box and go for 1080p (not 1080i unlike skyhd)
I suspect that we are going to get lots of providers offering 4K as a means to jump on the bandwagon and make money from selling extra services to everyone buying a 4K TV - or what they think is a 4K TV. Just as what happened when everyone was buying 1080P TVs despite many broadcasters only offering 720P.
Worth a read:http://www.techradar.com/news/television/ultra-hd-everything-you-need-to-know-about-4k-tv-1048954
#27
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pavel76
This is typical budget model - made to be sold on constant promotional offer at the only one place... as cannot see other sellers apart from Currys. RRP £600 ?...yeah,right. Doubt if it's real LG to be honest... Probably same league as all Hitachi tvs sold at Argos...
Budget model or not, LG or not, all I can say is that the picture quality is fantastic on it. I bought a Samsung 40JU6500 4K TV just before christmas for £620, I sold it for £400 a few weeks ago because the clouding issues on it were terrible and Samsung were telling me it was acceptable on LED TV's. I bought this yesterday to replace it and the picture is head and shoulders above it, sharper, no clouding at all, not one bit, not even in the corners.

Are you using 4K though? I believe this is one of the RGBW sets which are awful for 4K quality
#29
Did you see if they had any good deals on other tv's at all? After an OLED but about an hours drive from me. Might head down this evening
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If you are paying under 800 quid for a 4k tv it is more than likely ****. Ill hold out a few years, until i can get a decent one at this price.
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EagleUK
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pavel76
This is typical budget model - made to be sold on constant promotional offer at the only one place... as cannot see other sellers apart from Currys. RRP £600 ?...yeah,right. Doubt if it's real LG to be honest... Probably same league as all Hitachi tvs sold at Argos...
Budget model or not, LG or not, all I can say is that the picture quality is fantastic on it. I bought a Samsung 40JU6500 4K TV just before christmas for £620, I sold it for £400 a few weeks ago because the clouding issues on it were terrible and Samsung were telling me it was acceptable on LED TV's. I bought this yesterday to replace it and the picture is head and shoulders above it, sharper, no clouding at all, not one bit, not even in the corners.
Are you using 4K though? I believe this is one of the RGBW sets which are awful for 4K quality

Haven't got a clue, all I know is the picture is better than the Samsung 40JU6500 it replaced and I paid £620 for that.
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bgoldstraw
Did you see if they had any good deals on other tv's at all? After an OLED but about an hours drive from me. Might head down this evening

There were a couple of other deals for larger TV's, but, not sure if they had any left of those, all I know is they had 250 of these LG's originally.
#33
tighty
Is there any 4k content available that i don't know about?

I'm sure you don't know about that 4K video I made with the vicar last week, if you do know then wtf, you spying on me bro?
#34
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craigfoley
Websta
craigfoley
Voted Cold as hate day specific deals, I want a TV today and not being forced to compete with everyone else in a couple of days time.
You can have the TV today, in fact, today is the only day you can have it, it won't be available in a couple of days.
Bit confusing your title then, surely you should be editing it to Monday?

It says Wednesbury (the area) not Wednesday!


I'm pretty sure it was a joke.......
#35
you can do 4k with sky q, probably the expensive one
#36
Picked this up on Saturday, have used it for only my PS4 at the moment, but have to say for £350 it's pretty good value for money.
#37
Purchased this on Thursday. anyone else find yellow colours seem a bit off?
#38
To be honest, in my opinion its the best £350 I've ever spent, the picture on mine is absolutely fantastic, no clouding at all, even on a complete black background, the colours are nice and sharp and the 4K streaming on Amazon is incredible.
#39
pompey77
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craigfoley
Websta
craigfoley
Voted Cold as hate day specific deals, I want a TV today and not being forced to compete with everyone else in a couple of days time.
You can have the TV today, in fact, today is the only day you can have it, it won't be available in a couple of days.
Bit confusing your title then, surely you should be editing it to Monday?
It says Wednesbury (the area) not Wednesday!

I'm pretty sure it was a joke.......

I'm pretty sure it wasn't....
#40
Websta
To be honest, in my opinion its the best £350 I've ever spent, the picture on mine is absolutely fantastic, no clouding at all, even on a complete black background, the colours are nice and sharp and the 4K streaming on Amazon is incredible.


my yellow reproduction seems very brown and dark

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