LG 49UH650V 49 Inch Web OS SMART 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR £459.98 FREE DELIVERY @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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LG 49UH650V 49 Inch Web OS SMART 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR £459.98 FREE DELIVERY @ Ebuyer

£459.98 @ Ebuyer
Technical Specification Display Display Device (OLED / LED): LED Resolution: 3840 x 2160 Video PMI (Picture Mastering Index): 1200 Viewing Angle: Wide viewing angle Panel … Read More
Reggie100 Avatar
3w, 22h agoFound 3 weeks, 22 hours ago
Technical Specification





Display




Display Device (OLED / LED): LED



Resolution: 3840 x 2160





Video




PMI (Picture Mastering Index): 1200




Viewing Angle: Wide viewing angle




Panel Type: True Black




Colour Representation: ColourPrime Pro




Colour Accuracy: 3D Colour Mapping




HDR: HDR Pro




Picture Engine: UHD Mastering Engine






4K Upscaler: Yes




HDR Effect: Yes




Dynamic Colour Enhancer: Yes




Active Noise Reduction: Yes




Picture Mode: Yes 9 modes (Vivid,Standard,Eco, Cinema,Sports,Game,Photo,isf Expert(Bright Room),isf Expert(Dark Room)




Aspect Ratio: Yes 6 modes ( 16:9, Original, 4:3, Vertical Zoom, All Direction Zoom,Just scan)





Audio




Audio Output / Speaker System (WF : Woofer): 20W / 2ch




Surround Mode: ULTRA Surround




Smart Sound Mode: Yes




Clear Voice: Clear Voice III




Sound Mode: Yes 6 modes (Standard,Cinema,Clear VoiceIII,Sports, Music,Game)




DTS Decoder: Yes (DTS-HD)




Hi-Fi Audio: Yes




Optical Sound Sync: Yes




Wireless Sound Sync: Yes




Smart TV




OS: webOS 3.0




Magic Zoom




Magic Mobile Connection




My Channels




My Starter




Channel Advisor




Multi-view




LG Smart WorldWeb Browser






Features




Processor: Quad




Quick Start




Mobile App(LG TV Plus)




External Device App Download for USB




Block access to harmful site




Simplink (HDMI CEC)




HID Keyboard / Mouse




Sleep Timer




e-Manual





Connectivity




Wifi(Wifi Direct): 802.11.ac




Bluetooth




RF In: 2 (RF, Sat)




Component In (Composite Share): 1(Composite shared)




Digital Audio Out (Optical): 1




HDMI: 3 (HDMI 2.0a)




LAN: 1




RS-232C (Control / SVC): (USB to RS232C)




CI Slot: 1




USB: 2 ( 2.0 : 2ea)




Headphone out / Line out: 1
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3w, 22h agoFound 3 weeks, 22 hours ago
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#1
remember they charge for delivery. :D
#2
HammadKhalil
remember they charge for delivery. :D

and their sneaky clause on returns, where they pro rata the amount you get.
#3
Cheaper I think at Argos
#6
great TV and fantastic picture and sound quality.
#8

The first link is just a list of specs and the second link is entirely irrelevant to this model.

The third link is a site that exclusively reviews high end models commenting on a technology used in low end and lower mid-range models, even they say:

"To be fair, the slight loss in resolution detail on the RGBW display wasn’t really visible in most real-world content except for fine text not looking pin-sharp from a 4K PC."

So if it looks identical to 4K than why exactly are you bothered that it's not? Chances are if you're buying a £450 TV in the first place you're not going to be paying for the top quality 4K Blu-ray UHD discs to begin with, only lower quality streamed 4K.


The inclusion of white subpixels is a bigger issue than whether it's 4K or not. The HDTV test article isn't happy there. However, this is a newer model and it has a wide gamut backlight to create more saturated colours in the first place so the issue may be reduced. LG's OLEDs also use white subpixels and it's rare to hear complaints about the colours on them, at least in normal non-HDR content.
#9
Why is this any different to the 49uh620v version at currys for £400????
#10
EndlessWaves
The first link is just a list of specs and the second link is entirely irrelevant to this model.
The third link is a site that exclusively reviews high end models commenting on a technology used in low end and lower mid-range models, even they say:
"To be fair, the slight loss in resolution detail on the RGBW display wasn’t really visible in most real-world content except for fine text not looking pin-sharp from a 4K PC."
So if it looks identical to 4K than why exactly are you bothered that it's not? Chances are if you're buying a £450 TV in the first place you're not going to be paying for the top quality 4K Blu-ray UHD discs to begin with, only lower quality streamed 4K.
The inclusion of white subpixels is a bigger issue than whether it's 4K or not. The HDTV test article isn't happy there. However, this is a newer model and it has a wide gamut backlight to create more saturated colours in the first place so the issue may be reduced. LG's OLEDs also use white subpixels and it's rare to hear complaints about the colours on them, at least in normal non-HDR content.
then a proper 1080p would do a lot better and for less
#11
bobo53
EndlessWaves
The first link is just a list of specs and the second link is entirely irrelevant to this model.
The third link is a site that exclusively reviews high end models commenting on a technology used in low end and lower mid-range models, even they say:
"To be fair, the slight loss in resolution detail on the RGBW display wasn’t really visible in most real-world content except for fine text not looking pin-sharp from a 4K PC."
So if it looks identical to 4K than why exactly are you bothered that it's not? Chances are if you're buying a £450 TV in the first place you're not going to be paying for the top quality 4K Blu-ray UHD discs to begin with, only lower quality streamed 4K.
The inclusion of white subpixels is a bigger issue than whether it's 4K or not. The HDTV test article isn't happy there. However, this is a newer model and it has a wide gamut backlight to create more saturated colours in the first place so the issue may be reduced. LG's OLEDs also use white subpixels and it's rare to hear complaints about the colours on them, at least in normal non-HDR content.
then a proper 1080p would do a lot better and for less

I couldn't agree more, but the manufacturers aren't offering any. Plenty of people would be better off with a Full HD TV with the money spent on improving picture quality instead of 4K panels with lousy scalers and HDR 'support' with lousy everything.
#12
£399 @ Argos .. advertised on TV nationwide
also cheaper at Amazon £429
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arcangel111
£399 @ Argos .. advertised on TV nationwidealso cheaper at Amazon £429
i think you checked the price of 43 inch on Argos... this one is for 469 at Argos and 43 inch model for 399...
#14
my apologies ...

it was a 49" @ argos 49UH610V this is shown on the TV advert and 2 of my colleagues bought one this week..
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5328457?cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59158|cid:200217410|agid:12488203250|tid:pla-193255271810|crid:66128550650|nw:g|rnd:1165846509473366963|dvc:c|adp:1o1&gclid=CM7cpO-_69QCFdZsGwodDrAI4w

Not the one shown here
49UH650V
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5239931

all the stats are the same...
#15
for the extra £50 you get another USB socket ...........
#16
arcangel111
for the extra £50 you get another USB socket ...........

Somehow think there might be a tad more in difference than just an extra USB !
#17
Tis a shame manufacturers have stopped making decent 1080p teles :(

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