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LG 43UH650V 4K UHD TV - £699 down to £431.10 @ Argos

£431.10 @ Argos
Had my eye on a few TVs in this price range for a while and this one has won for me. Has a decent spec for the cash and with Argos reducing it to £479.00 i gambled on a voucher code which was meant fo… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Had my eye on a few TVs in this price range for a while and this one has won for me. Has a decent spec for the cash and with Argos reducing it to £479.00 i gambled on a voucher code which was meant for TVs over £499 and it knocked another 10% off. Not sure if i get the 3% Quidco back due to the voucher used, but you never know?

Anyway, the 10% knocked it down to £431.10 for a 43" 4K TV from a decent brand. Decent spec on it too, and has HDR which was a must for me.

Discount code i used was TV10

Full spec available on the link.
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Many people on this site incorrectly use 'brought' when they mean 'bought'. This however, is the first time I've seen this stupid mistake replicated by a retailer (see pic 1). Shameful.
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andyc1976
Many people on this site incorrectly use 'brought' when they mean 'bought'. This however, is the first time I've seen this stupid mistake replicated by a retailer (see pic 1). Shameful.
Maybe to be eligible for the lower price you have to always carry it with you, wherever you go.

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#2
I'm in the market for a new TV, but buying them online always concerns me since you can't really "see" what you're buying. I guess I could return them after testing the sound quality and picture etc... But it's a huge hassle, if it's possible.
Still, good deal. Heat.
3 Likes #3
SeraphXii
I'm in the market for a new TV, but buying them online always concerns me since you can't really "see" what you're buying. I guess I could return them after testing the sound quality and picture etc... But it's a huge hassle, if it's possible.
Still, good deal. Heat.


You go to a store that sells them to check the picture then buy online.
#4
eslick
SeraphXii
I'm in the market for a new TV, but buying them online always concerns me since you can't really "see" what you're buying. I guess I could return them after testing the sound quality and picture etc... But it's a huge hassle, if it's possible.
Still, good deal. Heat.
You go to a store that sells them to check the picture then buy online.
Yeah, I had thought of that. But there's so many different TVs to choose from, to find a store that sells the one I'm looking at will be fairly tough.
#5
As a general query - can yo use Argos vouchers for online purchase?
1 Like #6
pardon my ignorance, but where did you insert the code- or was that in store? also , when is that code valid til? thanks for the deal!
1 Like #7
jayelloh
pardon my ignorance, but where did you insert the code- or was that in store? also , when is that code valid til? thanks for the deal!


Put the code in at checkout online
#8
SeraphXii
I'm in the market for a new TV, but buying them online always concerns me since you can't really "see" what you're buying. I guess I could return them after testing the sound quality and picture etc... But it's a huge hassle, if it's possible.
Still, good deal. Heat.


It's not bad looking... I was weary of the LG black ones as they do look plastic, but this in silver is nice. Comes with the wide legs too rather than the LG middle square shaped stand which I don't like either
#9
purchased the 49" from Argos including the TV10 code for £539 (originally £599) plus quidco are doing 6% on the TV not 3
2 Likes #10
That seems an insanely good price!

And with both 4K and HDR, it's screaming out to be combined with the upcoming PS4 Pro..

Does anyone know what the input lag would be like for gaming on this set?
13 Likes #11
Many people on this site incorrectly use 'brought' when they mean 'bought'. This however, is the first time I've seen this stupid mistake replicated by a retailer (see pic 1). Shameful.
#12
daviesphil
purchased the 49" from Argos including the TV10 code for £539 (originally £599) plus quidco are doing 6% on the TV not 3
How are finding the 49" version.
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andyc1976
Many people on this site incorrectly use 'brought' when they mean 'bought'. This however, is the first time I've seen this stupid mistake replicated by a retailer (see pic 1). Shameful.
Maybe to be eligible for the lower price you have to always carry it with you, wherever you go.
2 Likes #14
RGBW - Fake 4k
#15
I've had my eye on this TV lately and the slightly larger OLED version. No idea which is better
1 Like #16
n217970
RGBW - Fake 4k

Isn't that only the UF models ?

(U)UHD
(F)2015
#17
Seanspeed
n217970
RGBW - Fake 4k
4K is about the number of pixels, not colors produced.

This is a proper 4K television.



Will this be good for xbox one s, got eye on the ue43ks7500 from Samsung to hit similar price
#18
How does this compare to the Sony 43" android Tv?

Anyone know the width between the feet on the stand?
#19
8 bit panel; might be worth paying the extra for a 10 bit.
1 Like #20
MrCollective
n217970
RGBW - Fake 4k
Isn't that only the UF models ?
(U)UHD
(F)2015
Not according to this

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

Seanspeed

4K is about the number of pixels, not colors produced.

This is a proper 4K television.
Enjoy your 3k television.
#21
n217970
MrCollective
n217970
RGBW - Fake 4k
Isn't that only the UF models ?
(U)UHD
(F)2015
Not according to thishttp://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/5137503
Seanspeed

4K is about the number of pixels, not colors produced.
This is a proper 4K television.
Enjoy your 3k television.
Wut?
#22
ronaldmacdonald
n217970
MrCollective
n217970
RGBW - Fake 4k
Isn't that only the UF models ?
(U)UHD
(F)2015
Not according to thishttp://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/5137503
Seanspeed

4K is about the number of pixels, not colors produced.
This is a proper 4K television.
Enjoy your 3k television.
Wut?

Pay attention to the bit that says RGBW Structure - if you do not know what this means and the ramifactions of it then I suggest you research it on a popular internet search engine.
1 Like #23
In quick layman's terms though, rather than having 3840 by 2160 pixels devoted to red, green and blue, a quarter of them are white to provide brightness. So the resolution is necessarily dropped by a quarter. It's roughly equivalent to having a HD Ready TV instead of a Full HD one.
#24
Good TV but you can't use the smart tv because ur remote doesn't use the letters!
#26
Im interested to know this as well

#27
afroylnt
8 bit panel; might be worth paying the extra for a 10 bit.
Believe these are actually 10 bit
#28
Won't process payment on Argos site. Wonder if it's to do with the TV10 code?
#29
I personally wouldn't buy a TV without a 5/6 year warranty. I've had two LG Tvs fail on me in the past, luckily I had warranty.
#30
darksideby182
afroylnt
8 bit panel; might be worth paying the extra for a 10 bit.
Believe these are actually 10 bit
Wouldn't they be badged ultra HDR premium if they were?
#31
afroylnt
darksideby182
afroylnt
8 bit panel; might be worth paying the extra for a 10 bit.
Believe these are actually 10 bit
Wouldn't they be badged ultra HDR premium if they were?
According to the LG website these are HDR Pro which i believe is in line with HDR premium just LG's way of doing it.
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darksideby182
afroylnt
darksideby182
afroylnt
8 bit panel; might be worth paying the extra for a 10 bit.
Believe these are actually 10 bit
Wouldn't they be badged ultra HDR premium if they were?
According to the LG website these are HDR Pro which i believe is in line with HDR premium just LG's way of doing it.


LG advertise their 10 bit Panels as capable of billions of colours of which there is no mention here. This is an 8 bit panel.

HDR pro simply means it is compatible with a 10 bit signal. Doesn't mean it can display it. It's a budget 4k telly.

Edited By: n217970 on Oct 03, 2016 18:06
1 Like #33
sJohnson23
In quick layman's terms though, rather than having 3840 by 2160 pixels devoted to red, green and blue, a quarter of them are white to provide brightness. So the resolution is necessarily dropped by a quarter. It's roughly equivalent to having a HD Ready TV instead of a Full HD one.
That's scandalous
#34
n217970
darksideby182
afroylnt
darksideby182
afroylnt
8 bit panel; might be worth paying the extra for a 10 bit.
Believe these are actually 10 bit
Wouldn't they be badged ultra HDR premium if they were?
According to the LG website these are HDR Pro which i believe is in line with HDR premium just LG's way of doing it.
LG advertise their 10 bit Panels as capable of billions of colours of which there is no mention here. This is an 8 bit panel.
HDR pro simply means it is compatible with a 10 bit signal. Doesn't mean it can display it. It's a budget 4k telly.
Where does it say this
1 Like #35
n217970
darksideby182
afroylnt
darksideby182
afroylnt
8 bit panel; might be worth paying the extra for a 10 bit.
Believe these are actually 10 bit
Wouldn't they be badged ultra HDR premium if they were?
According to the LG website these are HDR Pro which i believe is in line with HDR premium just LG's way of doing it.
LG advertise their 10 bit Panels as capable of billions of colours of which there is no mention here. This is an 8 bit panel.
HDR pro simply means it is compatible with a 10 bit signal. Doesn't mean it can display it. It's a budget 4k telly.

Of course it's a budget tv. However, It's £431 for a bloody good television though and one of the best deals I've seen on this site for a good while!
#36


I'd hope so, it's twice the price!
#37
£479 now
#38
ronaldmacdonald
£479 now
That's what it was originally, you add the 10% at checkout.
#39
Get a Hisense, if you had no working HD TV. If you already have a HD TV, wait or you will regret not doing so, standards are still not agreed.
#40
Anyone got a tip for a HDR10 set around this size?

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