LG 49UH610V 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR, Freeview HD & webOS - Black £494.10 delivered @ AO (After 10% off all LG TVs Code) - HotUKDeals
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*** Code: 10LGTV ***

This looks like an awesome price for this model/spec
4k - Smart TV with HDR & 3 x HDMI and 1x USB

This particular model is about £50 more elsewhere, but because AO have their 10% off ALL LG TVs code... Well it's cheaper (Obviously, haha)

It's good to see the prices are dropping on the 4K sets and a lot of people are really looking for HDR, purely because the overall detail/shadowing levels are so much better. Possibly one of the best prices for this kind of spec at the moment.

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***Key Features***

4K Ultra HD with upscaling - incredible picture quality
HDR delivers lifelike colours to ramp up 4K viewing
Smart TV - Catch up, moves, 4K streaming & webOS 3.0
Freeview HD & Freesat HD - over 200 free channels
3 HDMI & 1 USB - plug in lots of devices at once
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***Product Overview***

Enjoy a cinematic movie night with this 49” 4K Ultra HD TV from LG. The amazing 4K resolution gives you 4 times the pixels of Full HD – so you get the sharpest picture with breath-taking detail. The addition of clever HDR technology means incredible contrast and rich, vivid colours, so you get a lifelike image onscreen. You’ll have plenty to keep you entertained as Freeview HD with Freesat HD comes built-in, giving you access to over 200 brilliant channels, subscription free. This model also has a clever Web OS Smart platform which brings you a world of movies and catch-up TV at the touch of a button.
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New accounts on credit orders only, Not all will be eligble or indeed want to do it on finance. Of course it might be better for some though, thanks


Edited By: NeoTrix on Jul 21, 2016 12:03: ...
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£550 on that link neo
[mod]#4
davrosd
£550 on that link neo

You need to add the code, fella :) 10LGTV
banned#6
sorry not Neo but philmitchell on the very website 550
[mod]#7
davrosd
sorry not Neo but philmitchell on the very website 550
That for first credit orders / Finance options using a code :)
#8


Why is this link relevant?
1 Like #9
rish83
Why is this link relevant?
if you wish to buy crap it will not be relevant
#10
But your link refers to the UF690V doesn't it? Or does this test also apply to this tv UH610V?
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rish83
But your link refers to the UF690V doesn't it? Or does this test also apply to this tv UH610V?
it applies to all the lower range from LG, just google it for a peace of mind
#12
Tempted to order at very interest free over 3 monthly payments but holding out for a 55
#13
Great deal on this tv
#14
Looks Good, according to Lg 2016 Line-up this one has a 100hz panel
LG UH61
UH61 is another cheap 4K TV in the 6 series. It will exist as UH615 and UH610. The only difference is design.

IPS LCD (M+ panel)
4K resolution
HDR processing
100 Hz panel
webOS 3.0
USB recording (only in Europe)
HEVC
VP9
20W speakers (10W in 43 and 49”)
WiFi (n standard)


Edited By: nguaddar on Jul 21, 2016 18:56
#15
Must admit having seen webOS for the first time recently not that impressed compared to Samsung software.
#16
neither are as good as Sony android!
#17
Excellent. I wonder how a budget 4k HDR tv compares to a (grossly overpriced) non-hdr 4k oled with regards to shadows & vibrancy.
#18
NeoTrix
New accounts on credit orders only, Not all will be eligble or indeed want to do it on finance. Of course it might be better for some though, thanks

You can just pay the balance off . If you are already a customer, get a family member to do it for you .

I bought a blu ray player off there with the 20% off code, and just payed the balance off, there is no need for finance if you don't need it, they even gave me another £10 off a £50 spend code in the post .
#19
Visualise
Excellent. I wonder how a budget 4k HDR tv compares to a (grossly overpriced) non-hdr 4k oled with regards to shadows & vibrancy.


OLED TVs are the best mate buy and try. You won't go back to led lcd TVs
#20
I am currently looking for a TV and I'm between this one and this sony I've seen;

ao.com and use code "GET30" to get £30 off it making it £500.

Can anyone tell me what's best, I'm pretty clueless. I don't care if it's 4K or 1080p (or do I?)
#21
I would recommend 4K as video support is appearing on revisions of current-gen consoles within the next 6 months, and likely we'll see 4K gaming within 18 months. As one would expect the lifetime of this TV to exceed 18 months, it is worth future-proofing.

The HDR feature is not really indicative of display quality, it is merely software support for extra colour in the video codec profiles - where previously such displays would maximize their colour capability by stretching the contrast artificially (perhaps looking slightly unnatural in some scenes). For example, many "regular" Samsung & Sony 4K sets released in 2015 not marketed as HDR-ready have since received firmware updates to support HDR video.

It appears that the insanely expensive OLED TVs are the only way to truly experience HDR in a worthwhile manner as intended.

Also worth noting is that 4K is difficult to stream on most ADSL connections, often requiring fibre. So non-fibre users will most likely require the purchase of physical media.

desert
I am currently looking for a TV and I'm between this one and this sony I've seen;ao.com and use code "GET30" to get £30 off it making it £500.
Can anyone tell me what's best, I'm pretty clueless. I don't care if it's 4K or 1080p (or do I?)


Edited By: Visualise on Jul 21, 2016 22:39: edit
#22
The six month interest free credit on this deal could be an extra selling point
#23
The reality with true all round full HDR functionality is that a TV will need to have the official Ultra HD Premium logo on it but you will have to pay a great premium for it.

However, there may be benefits of some partial HDR compatibility to improve picture quality but whether that will equate to something that a user can spot will likely be subject to much speculation.

Looking at the specs on the LG site it talks of HDR effect, which may well be marketing trickery to some degree.

I doubt that it will hurt not to have it fully implemented though and I would imagine that we are some time away from budget sets sporting the Ultra HD Premium logo.
#24
Try adding something to push over 499£ and stacking code GET40 to get another 40£ off ( it worked for a 799£ purchase). If GET30 works for 399£ + then maybe GET40 works for 499£?

I tried GET50 which doesn't work btw :-p

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