LG 49UH750V 49 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV webOS (2016 Model) £599 @ Amazon (Lightning deal) - HotUKDeals
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LG 49UH750V 49 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV webOS (2016 Model) £599.00 @ Amazon (Lightning deal)

£599.00 @ Amazon
Lightning deal. Cheaper than the 43" model and down from £799. - This high quality television supports 4K resolution which enables standard definition to upscale to near 4k like quality and is navi… Read More
Frank30uk Avatar
7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Lightning deal. Cheaper than the 43" model and down from £799.

- 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.
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
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Thanks Frank!

http://i.imgur.com/qNqk2BT.gif
banned 2 Likes #3
The extra inch makes a big difference ;)
1 Like #4

I have one and the Sony is so slow to load and change channels. Really regret buying it.
2 Likes #5
Great deal, heat added :)
2 Likes #6
Just be aware it's not 10bit so it's HDR claims are a bit sketchy. Good price for that model though.
#8
moneysavingkitten
Just be aware it's not 10bit so it's HDR claims are a bit sketchy. Good price for that model though.
i see that everywhere on hukd now, what is 10bit hdr?
#9
i have the same question too
#10
iz123456789
moneysavingkitten
Just be aware it's not 10bit so it's HDR claims are a bit sketchy. Good price for that model though.
i see that everywhere on hukd now, what is 10bit hdr?

Simplest way to put it is that a standard 8bit screen can display millions of colours. A 10bit screen can display billions of colours.

HDR stands for high dynamic range. So kind of a much greater range of contrast. TV's have to be much brighter than standard TV's to pull this off properly.

Edited By: moneysavingkitten on Aug 27, 2016 14:35
#11
moneysavingkitten
iz123456789
moneysavingkitten
Just be aware it's not 10bit so it's HDR claims are a bit sketchy. Good price for that model though.
i see that everywhere on hukd now, what is 10bit hdr?
Simplest way to put it is that a standard 8bit screen can display millions of colours. A 10bit screen can display billions of colours.
HDR stands for high dynamic range. So kind of a much greater range of contrast. TV's have to be much brighter than standard TV's to pull this off properly.
ok, but i havent come across any tvs on HUKD posts that is 10bit? if you know any can you link it? thanks
#12
moneysavingkitten
iz123456789
moneysavingkitten
Just be aware it's not 10bit so it's HDR claims are a bit sketchy. Good price for that model though.
i see that everywhere on hukd now, what is 10bit hdr?
Simplest way to put it is that a standard 8bit screen can display millions of colours. A 10bit screen can display billions of colours.
HDR stands for high dynamic range. So kind of a much greater range of contrast. TV's have to be much brighter than standard TV's to pull this off properly.
Having 10bit versus 8bit doesn't increase the contrast (which is the difference between white and black levels) but does help reduce banding (more colours) when you have higher levels of contrast in HDR pictures:

HDR TV: What is it and should you care?
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iz123456789
moneysavingkitten
iz123456789
moneysavingkitten
Just be aware it's not 10bit so it's HDR claims are a bit sketchy. Good price for that model though.
i see that everywhere on hukd now, what is 10bit hdr?
Simplest way to put it is that a standard 8bit screen can display millions of colours. A 10bit screen can display billions of colours.
HDR stands for high dynamic range. So kind of a much greater range of contrast. TV's have to be much brighter than standard TV's to pull this off properly.
ok, but i havent come across any tvs on HUKD posts that is 10bit? if you know any can you link it? thanks
http://www.trustedreviews.com/lg-65g6-signature-oled-tv-review
#14
brookheather
moneysavingkitten
iz123456789
moneysavingkitten
Just be aware it's not 10bit so it's HDR claims are a bit sketchy. Good price for that model though.
i see that everywhere on hukd now, what is 10bit hdr?
Simplest way to put it is that a standard 8bit screen can display millions of colours. A 10bit screen can display billions of colours.
HDR stands for high dynamic range. So kind of a much greater range of contrast. TV's have to be much brighter than standard TV's to pull this off properly.
Having 10bit versus 8bit doesn't increase the contrast (which is the difference between white and black levels) but does help reduce banding (more colours) when you have higher levels of contrast in HDR pictures:HDR TV: What is it and should you care?

I didn't say it did. I said it increases the amount of colours that can be displayed.
#15
iz123456789
moneysavingkitten
iz123456789
moneysavingkitten
Just be aware it's not 10bit so it's HDR claims are a bit sketchy. Good price for that model though.
i see that everywhere on hukd now, what is 10bit hdr?
Simplest way to put it is that a standard 8bit screen can display millions of colours. A 10bit screen can display billions of colours.
HDR stands for high dynamic range. So kind of a much greater range of contrast. TV's have to be much brighter than standard TV's to pull this off properly.
ok, but i havent come across any tvs on HUKD posts that is 10bit? if you know any can you link it? thanks

It's pretty much top end Samsungs etc which do. If it has the Ultra HD Premium badge on it, it's 10bit.
#16
Is this tv worth it then ?
banned#17
Is this TV RGBW? I.e. fake 4k?

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