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LG 55UH605V 55 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV WebOS - £550 @ Amazon £544.39

£544.39 @ Amazon
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Price change. Now £544.39 down from £550
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#1
why it's cold? 55 inch UHD 4K for £550 very good price!
1 Like #2
HiSense for £459 seems a better deal
4 Likes #3
Rgbw so not really a 4k set, and then to really take the p1$$ they say its hdr pro, whatever the hell that is (sure ain't HDR!).

Run!
#4
I would choose lg anytime over hisense
1 Like #5
Jaydee what do you expect for £550? Not full 4K and not full price either. People paying this don't expect top of the range tv's. No one sells a Porsche for the price of an Astra
#6
Hdr pro is hdr10
#7
crazy_b
Hdr pro is hdr10
This will accept a hdr 10 signal, that's all it means.
1 Like #8
crazy_b
Jaydee what do you expect for £550? Not full 4K and not full price either. People paying this don't expect top of the range tv's. No one sells a Porsche for the price of an Astra
Well if I'm buying a 4k TV, i'd expect it to be able display 4096x2160 pixels.
And if I wanted HDR I wouldn't waste £550 on a TV that will just make a hash of it.
#9
So what does it do to the hdr10 signal? Still good price
1 Like #11
It's a 4K Tv so it has that many pixels
#12
Haha same year then. You wouldn't buy a 20 year old 4K Tv top of the range instead of a current low down Tv now
1 Like #13
crazy_b
So what does it do to the hdr10 signal? Still good price
It'll accept it, and then use its internal processing to convert it to what its screen will allow. Similar to the way the old HD ready plasmas with 1024x768 resolution and square pixels could accept a 1920x1080 input. If you're upgrading from a vestel it'll probably be an improvement, but don't kid yourself its a 4k set with HDR as the content provider intended.
3 Likes #14
crazy_b
It's a 4K Tv so it has that many pixels
Read up on how rgbw sets work. It'll become clear, and then it will make you angry at how LG can get away with it. Samsung sets never use rgbw and I don't believe Sony do either (although they are being awkward about not using hdr premium logos and have their own standard to make things even more confusing)
2 Likes #17
That explains it pretty well. That should be posted on every LG rgbw deal. 3k TV would be more accurate.
#18
If you want a 4k set that rules this out anyway.

The Samsung is pretty decent, will certainly give you a clean 4k image, theres also a decent hisense around the £600 mark, apparently 10bit (probably 8bit + fra as they've form for b*llsh1t) that'll give a decent stab at HDR, even if its pretty dull. Will try and find it.
#20
jaydeeuk1
If you want a 4k set that rules this out anyway.
The Samsung is pretty decent, will certainly give you a clean 4k image, theres also a decent hisense around the £600 mark, apparently 10bit (probably 8bit + fra as they've form for b*llsh1t) that'll give a decent stab at HDR, even if its pretty dull. Will try and find it.

Thanks, I don't really buy into the whole must have the newest tech tv, as much as I'd love too. 4K is not nessesarily a must have but I'd like as much as I can for my money.
The new set is to replace an old 46" toshiba LCD that is dying.

After looking about and watching deals pop up for a week or so I've decided I'd like a 55" around to £500-£600 mark.
Think I've settled on the Samsung 55KU6000 set or after looking round currys last night they have a Samsung 55KU6020 which seems to be the same spec and price but a terribly wobbly stand which has put me off a bit. I need to get round to another shop that sells the KU6000 to check the stand is not also wobbly as that could be a deal breaker with 3 young kids running around.
Thought about hisense which have good reviews regards the picture but some issues with reliability and quality. The brand being relatively new to the UK or at least new to my radar puts me off but I have read positive comments on here the hisense is a top selling 4k brand in China or Japan or something.
#21
jaydeeuk1
crazy_b
It's a 4K Tv so it has that many pixels
Read up on how rgbw sets work. It'll become clear, and then it will make you angry at how LG can get away with it. Samsung sets never use rgbw and I don't believe Sony do either (although they are being awkward about not using hdr premium logos and have their own standard to make things even more confusing)


Jesus. Get off your high horse
#22
I would always choose Samsung over lg but lg over hisense.

Just got Samsung ks8000. Had a 6700 once and decent. I would go for that 6020 at currys samsung
#23
crazy_b
So what does it do to the hdr10 signal? Still good price

hdr pro can read hdr10 and convert it because its only a 8bit panel,so isnt real hdr.
regarding LG,hdr super is 10bit i think.

the thing that annoys me in tvs is there should be a standard term for each thing,not there own.
its like the motion crap and they claim 200 or 400,yet its only a 50hz panel
#24
j2hot
jaydeeuk1
crazy_b
It's a 4K Tv so it has that many pixels
Read up on how rgbw sets work. It'll become clear, and then it will make you angry at how LG can get away with it. Samsung sets never use rgbw and I don't believe Sony do either (although they are being awkward about not using hdr premium logos and have their own standard to make things even more confusing)

Jesus. Get off your high horse


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPEnUcQEKd0

lg says one thing,samsung says another.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xBT-UDAHX8
i think the issue is that the sub pixel needs to have all 3 colours and if it hasnt then it isnt counted.


good article on it and a trusted one
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm

it does only appply the there cheaper tvs though,the 770 upwards are true 4k .but it still a trust issue with me


Edited By: ramiuk1 on Dec 31, 2016 09:27: i
#25
Look at john lewis online for £49.00 more but 49 inch you can get lg49uh770 which looks better spec but think is 749 instore am looking at getting this or if samsung are better at same price
#26
arturu
why it's cold? 55 inch UHD 4K for £550 very good price!
arrrr why it is me hearty

Edited By: quidstretchy on Dec 31, 2016 11:23
#27
jonetheridge
jaydeeuk1
If you want a 4k set that rules this out anyway.
The Samsung is pretty decent, will certainly give you a clean 4k image, theres also a decent hisense around the £600 mark, apparently 10bit (probably 8bit + fra as they've form for b*llsh1t) that'll give a decent stab at HDR, even if its pretty dull. Will try and find it.
Thanks, I don't really buy into the whole must have the newest tech tv, as much as I'd love too. 4K is not nessesarily a must have but I'd like as much as I can for my money.
The new set is to replace an old 46" toshiba LCD that is dying.

After looking about and watching deals pop up for a week or so I've decided I'd like a 55" around to £500-£600 mark.
Think I've settled on the Samsung 55KU6000 set or after looking round currys last night they have a Samsung 55KU6020 which seems to be the same spec and price but a terribly wobbly stand which has put me off a bit. I need to get round to another shop that sells the KU6000 to check the stand is not also wobbly as that could be a deal breaker with 3 young kids running around.
Thought about hisense which have good reviews regards the picture but some issues with reliability and quality. The brand being relatively new to the UK or at least new to my radar puts me off but I have read positive comments on here the hisense is a top selling 4k brand in China or Japan or something.
Great story. it's wonderful that you'd love too. happy new year.

Edited By: quidstretchy on Dec 31, 2016 11:20
#28
Surprised at all the Hisense bashing, depending on codes you could have a 55M3300 for £480, possibly less if GET40 is still active on AO with a two year warranty.

Lots of happy Hisense owners, including myself on this forum. I've owned a 65" M5500 and currently own a 58" K730, build quality on both has been excellent, the K730 especially. The only reason I'd choose this LG over the Hisense (M3300) would be for the webOS menu system and its thinner profile with it being edge lit, other than that the Hisense does the same or better for less.

Each to their own I guess.
#29
quidstretchy
jonetheridge
jaydeeuk1
If you want a 4k set that rules this out anyway.
The Samsung is pretty decent, will certainly give you a clean 4k image, theres also a decent hisense around the £600 mark, apparently 10bit (probably 8bit + fra as they've form for b*llsh1t) that'll give a decent stab at HDR, even if its pretty dull. Will try and find it.
Thanks, I don't really buy into the whole must have the newest tech tv, as much as I'd love too. 4K is not nessesarily a must have but I'd like as much as I can for my money.
The new set is to replace an old 46" toshiba LCD that is dying.
After looking about and watching deals pop up for a week or so I've decided I'd like a 55" around to £500-£600 mark.
Think I've settled on the Samsung 55KU6000 set or after looking round currys last night they have a Samsung 55KU6020 which seems to be the same spec and price but a terribly wobbly stand which has put me off a bit. I need to get round to another shop that sells the KU6000 to check the stand is not also wobbly as that could be a deal breaker with 3 young kids running around.
Thought about hisense which have good reviews regards the picture but some issues with reliability and quality. The brand being relatively new to the UK or at least new to my radar puts me off but I have read positive comments on here the hisense is a top selling 4k brand in China or Japan or something.
Great story. it's wonderful that you'd love too. happy new year.

i wouldnt get a 6000 series if you watch sport or 24p films,i hear the juddy is bad
#30
arturu
why it's cold? 55 inch UHD 4K for £550 very good price!


why you compare lg to hisense it's like compare Vauxhall to BMW
Lg is top of the range not like hisense.
probably hisense 4k is the same resolution HD LG
#31
freakstyler
Surprised at all the Hisense bashing, depending on codes you could have a 55M3300 for £480, possibly less if GET40 is still active on AO with a two year warranty.

Lots of happy Hisense owners, including myself on this forum. I've owned a 65" M5500 and currently own a 58" K730, build quality on both has been excellent, the K730 especially. The only reason I'd choose this LG over the Hisense (M3300) would be for the webOS menu system and its thinner profile with it being edge lit, other than that the Hisense does the same or better for less.

Each to their own I guess.


uuuaaahhhaaaa hhhaaahhhaaa
#32
Someone's wants a quantity but another is looking for quality so that why someone's buy hisens and another Lg

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