LG 49UH610V 49 Inch Ultra HD 4K Web OS Smart LED with Freeview HD smart TV with WiFi- £419 Argos - HotUKDeals
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LG 49UH610V 49 Inch Ultra HD 4K Web OS Smart LED with Freeview HD smart TV with WiFi- £419.00 Argos

£419.00 @ Argos
This was on Tesco direct for £20 lower few weeks ago. Still a good price. Ultra surround sound for complete 4K experience. This high quality television supports 4K resolution which enables sta… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
This was on Tesco direct for £20 lower few weeks ago. Still a good price. Ultra surround sound for complete 4K experience.

This high quality television supports 4K resolution which enables standard definition to upscale to near 4k like quality and is navigated via the award winning Smart TV webOS.

ULTRA HD 4K resolution is four times that of Full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close.

Combining colour packages and light filtering technology ColourPrime Pro delivers a wider range of colour spectrum. What you are watching is more vibrant and vivid with colours and shades that you never knew existed.

When something is shown in HDR there is a dynamic range on display that is closer to the huge range of colours and shades that your eye can process. HDR gives your eye more to see, sun glistens off water, stars shine brighter in the sky, the lights of the city glow stronger at night.

Stream 4K UHD programmes from your favourite providers thanks to advanced HEVC decoding technology. 4K UHD content available exclusively through Smart TV webOS from selected providers only. Minimum standard of internet connection and subscription may be required.

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.

Sound quality:

2 channel sound system.

20 watt RMS power output.

Digital features:

Features USB recording and video playback.

Freeview HD digital tuner.

Saorview digital tuner (Saorview can only be received in the Republic of Ireland).

Additional features:

Sleep timer.

Parental controls.

Size of TV H65.7, W110.8, D8.2cm.

Weight of TV 11.7kg (unpackaged).

Size of TV with stand: H70.7, W110.8, D20.7cm.

Weight of TV with stand: 12kg.

Energy efficiency information:

Energy efficiency rating: a+.

Energy efficiency index (EEI) 0.21.

On mode power consumption 63 watts.

Annual power consumption 92kWh.

Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.

This product contains lead.
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#1
3d?
#2
Jonnyblock
3d?
No 3d only 2D, 4K, and Freesat.
It has nice picture that you can colour calibrate.

Edited By: Lucky88 on Jan 07, 2017 19:42
#3
Lucky88
Jonnyblock
3d?
No 3d only 2D, 4K, and Freesat.

Meh
1 Like #4
Did 3d take off? I invested in it about six years ago, but only found it to be a gimmick. Let me know what 3d sources you regularly use. So maybe I can give it a try.
1 Like #5
Avatar 3D and err, that's about it. :D
Wait, there is going to be Avatar 2,3,4 and 5:p

This is another LG RGBW set right?

Edited By: ShroomHeadToad on Jan 07, 2017 19:59: link
2 Likes #6
Still chuckle at people trying to justify paying over the odds to get a TV with 3D....
#7
Think people sohuld be aware the upscaling is poor on this set - might be a deal breaker for many until 4k broadcasts arrive :-

FOR
Great value
Excellent webOS platform
Quality UHD playback
AGAINST
Struggles with upscaling
Not a great chassis
#8
mikeyw
Still chuckle at people trying to justify paying over the odds to get a TV with 3D....

Should be included as standard. Same as full hd on laptops.
1 Like #9
Lucky88
Did 3d take off? I invested in it about six years ago, but only found it to be a gimmick. Let me know what 3d sources you regularly use. So maybe I can give it a try.

Some people like it (like myself) and others aren't interested. It's a fair point when it comes to LG though as it has the best 3D system (passive 3D) but their LCD tv's aren't quite as highly rated as Samsung for 2D.

Obviously there is a huge amount of 3D material out there if you want it. 3D blu-rays, 3D material to stream, 3D on youtube, 3D drivers for most pc games, playstation 3.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Blu-ray_3D_releases

Also for those who have 3D camera's like myself who wish to display both 3D images and video they have done themselves.

Certainly a huge amount of material compared to 4k or hdr but irrelevant if you don't actually like 3D.

I'm so into 3D I even use the virtual 3D feature of my tv and slide it right up to 10. Only works well on cartoons and games though mainly. Some fast moving films look good where you have car chases or other chase scenes where the virtual 3D processing can pick out foreground and background information easily because of the movement. Doesn't do a lot for eastenders or antiques roadshow.
#10
Does this have Freesat?

Has anyone compared this with the Samsung 49KU6400?
#11
Eagerbeaver
Does this have Freesat?
Has anyone compared this with the Samsung 49KU6400?
The KU6400 picture quality looks far superior to my eye, colours looked vibrant on the Samsung and washed out on the LG, worth the extra £130 over this set.
#12
ShroomHeadToad
Eagerbeaver
Does this have Freesat?
Has anyone compared this with the Samsung 49KU6400?
The KU6400 picture quality looks far superior to my eye, colours looked vibrant on the Samsung and washed out on the LG, worth the extra £130 over this set.

£130 is over 25 % more... What are you comparing
#13
KeganJones1985
ShroomHeadToad
Eagerbeaver
Does this have Freesat?
Has anyone compared this with the Samsung 49KU6400?
The KU6400 picture quality looks far superior to my eye, colours looked vibrant on the Samsung and washed out on the LG, worth the extra £130 over this set.
£130 is over 25 % more... What are you comparing
I was comparing all 49-50" 4K sets under £600 at various high street stores.
#14
Are any of the HDMI HDCP 2.2?
#15
KeganJones1985
ShroomHeadToad
Eagerbeaver
Does this have Freesat?
Has anyone compared this with the Samsung 49KU6400?
The KU6400 picture quality looks far superior to my eye, colours looked vibrant on the Samsung and washed out on the LG, worth the extra £130 over this set.
£130 is over 25 % more... What are you comparing

Thank you. I'd rather pay the extra £130. The Samsung was £499 at Richer Sounds but they are out of stock but say they are getting more as the group has a shipment en route.

Thanks for the replies.
#16
heat. I have this and am very impressed. Coming from a samsung which failed to turn on although did have better colour quality. I would opt for LG for cheaper option but its personal choice.
1 Like #17
I have this to, good smart features, poor connectivity, picture quality is rubbish, good price but go for a Samsung. Heat added for price but that's about it

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