LG 49UH668V 49 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV Freesat HD WebOS (2016 Model) for £499 delivered at Currys (10% Quidco ~£450) - HotUKDeals
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LG 49UH668V 49 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV Freesat HD WebOS (2016 Model) for £499.00 delivered at Currys (10% Quidco ~£450)

£499.00 @ Currys
Was £799 10% Quidco Cashback - expires in 1 day http://www.quidco.com/currys After cashback deduction you pay ~£450 Featuring ColourPrime Pro and HDR technologies, the LG 49UH668V Smart 4k U… Read More
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banned7m, 3d agoFound 7 months, 3 days ago
Was £799

10% Quidco Cashback - expires in 1 day
http://www.quidco.com/currys

After cashback deduction you pay ~£450

Featuring ColourPrime Pro and HDR technologies, the LG 49UH668V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 49" LED TV generates incredibly rich and vibrant visuals.

Enhanced imagery
Combining the latest colour innovation and light filtering technology, ColourPrime Pro delivers a broad range of colour. Enjoy imagery that is more vibrant and vivid, with mesmerising colours and shades.

Featuring High Dynamic Range (HDR) imagery, the UH668V reproduces colours and shades that are as close as possible to those that your eye can process. HDR brings your entertainment to life with a picture quality that makes bold colours brighter and black tones deeper.

Expanding the range of contrast in each image, ULTRA Luminance creates brighter whites and darker shadows, with dimming technology for brilliant levels of light and dark.

Ultra High Definition 4k
Offering a new depth of detail, Ultra HD 4k resolution is four times that of Full HD for brilliant clarity and stunning details that look great even up close.

Stream specialised 4k programmes from Netflix and Amazon Prime, or lift lower resolutions to near 4k quality with LG's unique upscaler. With advanced HEVC decoding technology, you can make the most of all your media and enjoy 4k quality content from the internet or via USB without requiring additional accessories.

Smart TV with webOS
Navigate through all your favourite content with Smart TV platform, webOS. From entertainment and movies to the documentaries and sports, you can access a range of catch up TV as well as a variety of apps.

Additionally, Freeview HD and Freesat HD tuners let you enjoy a diverse range of channels – perfect for a household with a wide range of interests.

Outstanding audio designed by Harman/Kardon
With a refined speaker system that's engineered by Harmon/Kardon, the 49UH668V offers a premium audio experience. Pairing a great picture with great audio, the UH668V produces a truly immersive feel.

Seven virtual channels create a multi-channel Ultra Surround effect, to project outstanding audio from all angles.

The intuitive Magic Remote allows you to effortlessly browse through media using point, scroll, gesture and voice commands.

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#1
bought this last week at this price and it's a powerful tv for the price. it's true 4K as its 10bit and there's not many others about that are at this price.
plus the web os 3.0 system is damn quick.
you also get the magic remote with this which would set you back £50 to purchase on its own
#2
swanlake
bought this last week at this price and it's a powerful tv for the price. it's true 4K as its 10bit and there's not many others about that are at this price.
plus the web os 3.0 system is damn quick.
you also get the magic remote with this which would set you back £50 to purchase on its own


8 bit and a RGBW m+ panel, so more like 3K and not true 4k either, according to:-

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/42e149d

and

http://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590
#3
was just about to say great price if its 10bit but alas........................
#4
melted
swanlake
bought this last week at this price and it's a powerful tv for the price. it's true 4K as its 10bit and there's not many others about that are at this price.
plus the web os 3.0 system is damn quick.
you also get the magic remote with this which would set you back £50 to purchase on its own
8 bit and a RGBW m+ panel, so more like 3K and not true 4k either, according to:-http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/42e149d
and http://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590

ah well. I was misconceived
#5
Rgbw.. No thanks, 8bit no thanks, saw one of these in currys and the picture did not compare with similar priced Samsungs in there even if they where also 8bit.
#6
melted
swanlake
bought this last week at this price and it's a powerful tv for the price. it's true 4K as its 10bit and there's not many others about that are at this price.
plus the web os 3.0 system is damn quick.
you also get the magic remote with this which would set you back £50 to purchase on its own


8 bit and a RGBW m+ panel, so more like 3K and not true 4k either, according to:-

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/42e149d

and

http://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590


what do you mean by more like 3k?
#7
fileexit
melted
swanlake
bought this last week at this price and it's a powerful tv for the price. it's true 4K as its 10bit and there's not many others about that are at this price.
plus the web os 3.0 system is damn quick.
you also get the magic remote with this which would set you back £50 to purchase on its own
8 bit and a RGBW m+ panel, so more like 3K and not true 4k either, according to:-http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/42e149d
and http://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1459247590
what do you mean by more like 3k?

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm

This is where the definitions get murky. UHD resolution can be crudely defined as 3840×2160 pixels, which an RGBW LED TV will have no problem satisfying if only a black-and-white pattern is used as the passing criteria. But by replacing every fourth subpixel with a white one, the result is a 25% decrease in the number of separately addressable RGB subpixels. Detractors of this technology argue that RGBW LCD TVs shouldn’t even be sold as 4K TVs, since 3 out of 4 three-subpixel arrays (RGB, WRG, BWR, GBW) cannot express the full range of colour information found in RGB video.

Edited By: melted on Nov 19, 2016 21:18: Better quote from article
#8
LazybeatX
Rgbw.. No thanks, 8bit no thanks, saw one of these in currys and the picture did not compare with similar priced Samsungs in there even if they where also 8bit.


I bet their price wasn't comparable either. You get what you pay for. It's a good deal for the price.
#9
Is this TV comparable in pic quality and even in regards to being used as a gaming TV, to the KU6020 from SAMSUNG?

Edited By: Ryyy16 on Nov 24, 2016 21:35
#10
Just stop bickering you nob heads and think yourselves lucky you have £500 to spend on a shiny new television set. There are people in this world, on our planet dying of thirst and hunger on a daily basis!

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