LG 49UH770V 49" 4K Super UHD Smart (Ultra HD Premium HDR 10) TV £739 delivered @ Wesellelectricals - HotUKDeals
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LG 49UH770V 49" 4K Super UHD Smart (Ultra HD Premium HDR 10) TV £739.00 delivered @ Wesellelectricals

£739.00 @ WeSellElectricals (WSE)
Ultra HD Premium HDR 10 TV - Probably the cheapest (with warranty) TV for those looking for proper HDR10 support. This Premium supported version HDR 10 will offer as much future proofing as you can g… Read More
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Ultra HD Premium HDR 10 TV -
Probably the cheapest (with warranty) TV for those looking for proper HDR10 support. This Premium supported version HDR 10 will offer as much future proofing as you can get at the moment and this TV also supports Dolby HDR as a bonus.

http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/ultra-hd-premium

Key Features:
IPS 4K Quantum Display
Billion Rich Colours
ULTRA Luminance
HDR Super with Dolby Vision™
Smart TV with webOS
ColourPrime Plus
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#1
Would John Lewis price match?
#2
Great price. Think LG are one of the few manufacturers that will support dolby hdr and hdr10.

The 55" version looks very tempting...
#3
edwin29
Would John Lewis price match?

Have to be bricks and mortar for JL to price match I think
#4
Actually reviews have now put me off. Shame.

Edit - the higher range 55uf950V looks like the one to go for, £250 more but upscaling a hell of a lot better, 3d and its bigger.

http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/55uf950v/lg-55uf950v



Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Aug 30, 2016 15:26: oops
#5
I think I would rather pay the extra £100 and get the next model up from Currys.
49UH850V from Currys.

This set has passive 3D and better dimming. Also comes with 5 year warranty
#6
edwin29
Would John Lewis price match?

Yes...ive already bought this TV 3 weeks back when another electrical website had it for £749 and JL were selling at £899 at that time...I got it price matched to £749 + got the 5 year warranty and JL had an offer on sound system back then so got the JL Soundbar and subwoofer for half price at £99
#7
jaydeeuk1
Actually reviews have now put me off. Shame.
Edit - the higher range 55uf950V looks like the one to go for, £250 more but upscaling a hell of a lot better, 3d and its bigger.http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/55uf950v/lg-55uf950v

If you read the reviews some state a downside in the supposed up-scaling, in practice though this works very well. For its main purpose which is 4k the picture is excellent.

if your going to look to pay more the Samsung 7000 range may be better option, although these are a few hundred more. Problem as always with any TV - "for a few hundred more i could get ......"
#8
can anyone recommend a good bargain for a 65 inch TV with the specs listed above ?
#9
TBH I wouldn't rush to get JL to price match anything anymore. Certainly not the company they were, just look on trust pilot. The reviews are shocking.
#10
Bought this last week, loving it so far. Although I was coming of a 10 year old 1080i 37 inch Samsung!
2 Likes #11
Hot deal and extra hot for the description as it's important to know the actual HDR standard employed. Too many TV sets state HDR and don't indicate any standardisation such as Hisense TVs for example.
banned#12
Haven't purchased one, but am looking into buying one, just maybe waiting for the price to drop a bit, but this TV is definitely a fantastic product, I have several friends who own it and have no faults against it, hands down the best tv they've ever owned. I came across this model in Self-ridges and fell in love with!
#13
jaydeeuk1
Actually reviews have now put me off. Shame.

Edit - the higher range 55uf950V looks like the one to go for, £250 more but upscaling a hell of a lot better, 3d and its bigger.

http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/55uf950v/lg-55uf950v




£250 more if you can find a RS store that has stock, otherwise about £450 more...
#14
I could be wrong but this UH model is more recent than the UF model being compared. This comes with ultra HD spec Freesat and freeview, plus free play for catch up services. I have the UH770v and can highly recommend it!
#15
Can someone please recommend a 40-43inch TV for gaming and sports? Not looking to spend much, 300quid tops probably. Dont care much for 4k or smart features, just a good picture and reliability mostly.

Also, should I only look at those with 100hz refresh rates and above, as lots of the entry level TVs have only 50hz.

Edited By: MARFW on Aug 30, 2016 21:39
#16
MARFW
Can someone please recommend a 40-43inch TV for gaming and sports? Not looking to spend much, 300quid tops probably. Dont care much for 4k or smart features, just a good picture and reliability mostly.
Also, should I only look at those with 100hz refresh rates and above, as lots of the entry level TVs have only 50hz.

Please seem my post here regarding refresh rates rates on TV: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-kdl-48wd655-48-full-hd-smart-tv-wi-fi-black-led-tv-2016-model-for-384-99-delivered-2458124?p=28138978

In short, 100hz and 50hz are 2 different things entirely and should not be compared.
#17
Anyone tried the xbox one S with this TV to see if HDR works?
1 Like #18
Thank you for that explanation, it makes more sense now. But, if I do intend to find out whether they can support more than 50Hz for sports and low input lag on gaming, how can I do that? This is very rarely mentioned in the specs, even the full detailed manuals dont always have this information.

Please seem my post here regarding refresh rates rates on TV: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-kdl-48wd655-48-full-hd-smart-tv-wi-fi-black-led-tv-2016-model-for-384-99-delivered-2458124?p=28138978
In short, 100hz and 50hz are 2 different things entirely and should not be compared.


Edited By: MARFW on Aug 30, 2016 22:43
#19
jaydeeuk1
Actually reviews have now put me off. Shame.
Edit - the higher range 55uf950V looks like the one to go for, £250 more but upscaling a hell of a lot better, 3d and its bigger.http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/55uf950v/lg-55uf950v

By the way as long as HDR 10 is not something you require would be OK. I think having the industry standard on new TV essential if you can.
1 Like #20
mif
I think I would rather pay the extra £100 and get the next model up from Currys.49UH850V from Currys.
This set has passive 3D and better dimming. Also comes with 5 year warranty

I'd rather pay even more to buy from anywhere else than Currys....
1 Like #21
chrisvenn
Anyone tried the xbox one S with this TV to see if HDR works?
It's HDR10 so it will 100% work.
#22
is this 8 bit panel or 10 bit???????????????????????????????
#23
10bit or it wouldn't be HDR10
#24
My son just bought the 55" version of this TV for £770 last night from Costco.
Just saying and won't post it as a deal, as people complain that Costco is only for members and not for the general public
#25
You sure it was same model, I didn't see it in there today or online.
#26
yes, positive, it is not online I think it was on offer last week and my sin took a photo of it on his phone. It was the last one on shelf in Aberdeen/ Westhill store.
#27
davieg3
yes, positive, it is not online I think it was on offer last week and my sin took a photo of it on his phone. It was the last one on shelf in Aberdeen/ Westhill store.


correction , I was wrong it was the 750 from Costco not the 770 :(
#28
X) thought I was going mad
#29
applepieman
10bit or it wouldn't be HDR10


According to this site it's an 8 bit panel http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/55d1483
#30
No a very good site then ;)
http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-49UH770V
1 Like #31
fishmaster
Hot deal and extra hot for the description as it's important to know the actual HDR standard employed. Too many TV sets state HDR and don't indicate any standardisation such as Hisense TVs for example.
They're all at it and LG are no different - on lower range models they use a term called 'HDR Pro' whatever the hell that's supposed to mean.
#32
Bought this today and the quality is amazing. Thanks OP. guy in the shop is a nice geezer too 8)
#33
so tempted but it's a lot of money !
#34
Just can't do it this close to Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

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