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LG 49UH770V 49 Inch SMART 4K Super Ultra HD TV with HDR use code TV10 £584.10 ARGOS

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Good price £584.10 use code TV10. LG 49UH770 LED HDR DOLBY VISION Super 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 49" With Freeview HD/freesat HD, Harman Kardon Sound & Bright Metal Design Read More
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Good price £584.10 use code TV10. LG 49UH770 LED HDR DOLBY VISION Super 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 49" With Freeview HD/freesat HD, Harman Kardon Sound & Bright Metal Design
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1 Like #1
Code TV10 works on TVS over £299
#2
Is this 10 bit?
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[quote=thejorbar]Is this 10 bit?[/quote not a true 10bit panel they cost£££ lgtvs are 8bit+frc http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/55d1483
1 Like #4
discoman2016
[quote=thejorbar]Is this 10 bit?[/quote not a true 10bit panel they cost£££ lgtvs are 8bit+frc http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/55d1483


Thanks mate. Voted hot :)
1 Like #5
discoman2016
[quote=thejorbar]Is this 10 bit?[/quote not a true 10bit panel they cost£££ lgtvs are 8bit+frc http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/55d1483

Great website. Thanks.
#6
Good price, I am considering either this or the Sony KD49XD8088. Want decent HDR for my ps4 pro. Yes I know that neither this nor that set are full fat 10 bit panels with 1000 nits peak brightness (the 49ks7000 samsung is too far out of my price range unfortunately) but I spoke to LG and asked them about the peak brightness of this set and they said it was 800 nits, which isn't far off at all. It also supports both HDR10 and Dolby Vision which is quite rare in these mid tier sets, so I am leaning towards this at the moment.
#7
ligerbomb
Good price, I am considering either this or the Sony KD49XD8088. Want decent HDR for my ps4 pro. Yes I know that neither this nor that set are full fat 10 bit panels with 1000 nits peak brightness (the 49ks7000 samsung is too far out of my price range unfortunately) but I spoke to LG and asked them about the peak brightness of this set and they said it was 800 nits, which isn't far off at all. It also supports both HDR10 and Dolby Vision which is quite rare in these mid tier sets, so I am leaning towards this at the moment.

Don't be too influenced by the white level or levels of brightness. These look good on the shop floor but with hours of gaming, will result in eye strain. What's probably more important is the black levels. Better black level also result in more contrast without the eye strain.
#8
Don't be too influenced by the white level or levels of brightness. These look good on the shop floor but with hours of gaming, will result in eye strain. What's probably more important is the black levels. Better black level also result in more contrast without the eye strain.

Are you advising to then not buy this TV? The primary use of the TV will be for gaming via ps4 pro so it needs to be a good 4k set with low input lag etc. I'm aware that the KS7000 is the best option but as I say, it is too much money. I could alternatively buy a refurb model which would be in my price range but then I'm looking at no or at best tenuous warranty which makes me a little uneasy, especially when you can get a 5 year one buying new.

I felt that this was the best bet given that it is, essentially, the next best TV that is cheaper than the ks7000 when it comes to HDR such are its peak brightness capabilities. I have read that the black levels are not ideal on this set but then it is always tricky to know what I will actually notice and what is just nitpicking from people who are more well versed in the intricacies of TV specifications than I am. Any advice would be appreciated as I am struggling to make a choice. Would a £600 ebay refurb ks7000 be a bad buy in comparison, assuming a new one is out of budget?
#9
Is this worth the extra cash compared to the LG 49UH610V ?
#10
ligerbomb
Don't be too influenced by the white level or levels of brightness. These look good on the shop floor but with hours of gaming, will result in eye strain. What's probably more important is the black levels. Better black level also result in more contrast without the eye strain.
Are you advising to then not buy this TV? The primary use of the TV will be for gaming via ps4 pro so it needs to be a good 4k set with low input lag etc. I'm aware that the KS7000 is the best option but as I say, it is too much money. I could alternatively buy a refurb model which would be in my price range but then I'm looking at no or at best tenuous warranty which makes me a little uneasy, especially when you can get a 5 year one buying new.
I felt that this was the best bet given that it is, essentially, the next best TV that is cheaper than the ks7000 when it comes to HDR such are its peak brightness capabilities. I have read that the black levels are not ideal on this set but then it is always tricky to know what I will actually notice and what is just nitpicking from people who are more well versed in the intricacies of TV specifications than I am. Any advice would be appreciated as I am struggling to make a choice. Would a £600 ebay refurb ks7000 be a bad buy in comparison, assuming a new one is out of budget?

It's very hard to find a professional review of this set but i found one using it's North American model number it gets a decent review but like most if not all sets that are not UHD Premium it's HDR performance is a let down it look's like this is of importance to you to get the best from your PS4 Pro,But after all that it probably is as good as you can get without going down the Samsung KS route and certainly much better than the Sony you have previously mentioned.

http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uh7700
#11
wikaman1
Is this worth the extra cash compared to the LG 49UH610V ?

Yes it has a far better specification.
#12
5yr warranty @ JL for £699
argos/LG = 1yr
#13
wikaman1
Is this worth the extra cash compared to the LG 49UH610V ?


word of warning LG use RGBW panels on some models which are inferior and not even proper 4k producing terrible UHD and HDR.
1 Like #14
woolymammoth8606
wikaman1
Is this worth the extra cash compared to the LG 49UH610V ?
word of warning LG use RGBW panels on some models which are inferior and not even proper 4k producing terrible UHD and HDR.

Thanks for the heads up
#15
The RGB panels are on their lower end models, this is pretty much their best set other than the oleds, so its not a concern with this panel.
#16
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?
1 Like #17
greenair
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?

I was concerned about the dimming issues as well but apparently you can turn it off in the settings.
1 Like #18
greenair
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?

This is a decent set and probably as good as you can get that is sub UHD Premium it would be worthwhile checking for any deals/pricedrops with the Samsung UE49KS7000 it is UHD Premium certified and would be a step up from this LG.
1 Like #19
greenair
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?


Panasonic DX700 gets good reviews
#20
gazman090970
greenair
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?
This is a decent set and probably as good as you can get that is sub UHD Premium it would be worthwhile checking for any deals/pricedrops with the Samsung UE49KS7000 it is UHD Premium certified and would be a step up from this LG.
Thanks for the recommendation, been looking around these models but all seem to have some sort of "flaws" that effectively encourage people to pay more for more expensive models.

What do you think of Hisense H55M7000, seems to be quite balanced good value for this price range. semi HDR 10 and overall good display and sound.
#21
millward84
greenair
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?
Panasonic DX700 gets good reviews
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-dx700b-50-inch-4k-uhd-smart-led-tv-584-10-with-code-tv10-argos-2614612
#22
greenair
gazman090970
greenair
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?
This is a decent set and probably as good as you can get that is sub UHD Premium it would be worthwhile checking for any deals/pricedrops with the Samsung UE49KS7000 it is UHD Premium certified and would be a step up from this LG.
Thanks for the recommendation, been looking around these models but all seem to have some sort of "flaws" that effectively encourage people to pay more for more expensive models.
What do you think of Hisense H55M7000, seems to be quite balanced good value for this price range. semi HDR 10 and overall good display and sound.

Not flaws the only thing that separates this LG and say the Hisense from a Premium set is the peak brightness all the other ingredients are there as for the Hisense they get solid reviews and the M7000 will be about on par with the LG posted and again according to some reviews i have seen HDR is it's weak point.
#23
discoman2016
millward84
greenair
Just read some mixed reviews for this model on Amazon. The criticisms are mostly about local dimming feature and the pure black screen, but most of the buyers who criticised the model bought their TV around 900 quid last year.
I'm now considering this one as it supports HDR 10 in case I buy a PS4 later.
Are there any alternative choice for a 49-50 inch HDR/4K TV around this price?
Panasonic DX700 gets good reviews
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-dx700b-50-inch-4k-uhd-smart-led-tv-584-10-with-code-tv10-argos-2614612

It does get decent reviews but for anyone who want's to use this set for gaming it's input lag times even in game mode are not the best from memory i think 55 milliseconds under 40 is reckoned to be ok and with newer Sony's and Samsungs they are around 20 milliseconds.

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