LG 55UH605V 55 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV WebOS (HDR Pro, Local Dimming, ColorPrime Pro, Ultra Surround) - Silver - £550.05 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Pretty good price for a decent 55" 4k UHD TV
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#1
same price on tesco direct with free delivery to store

http://www.tesco.com/direct/lg-55uh605v-smart-4k-ultra-hd-55-inch-led-tv-with-freeview-hd/197-7305.prd?source=others

Edited By: spoony100 on Dec 24, 2016 14:35
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I have the 60" model.
Very pleased with it, but one minor issue is that the blacks are a little washed out if you're the kind to enjoy movies in a dimly lit room. There is local dimming, but in the form of around 8 vertical sections in bands from top to bottom, so it does become a bit of a distraction, but it's better than 100% back light all of the time.

Web OS3 is superb with 4k netflix and Amazon prime built in, and faster than an actual fire stick.
#3
Nice...
#4
Ive not bought a tv in a couple of years so a little confused on the HDR minefield.
Intend to get a PS4 pro for bedroom and a new 4K tv.
Everyone goes on about 10bit HDR, can anyone tell me if this ticks that box.
Thanks

Edited By: callum84 on Dec 24, 2016 15:28
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0zone
I have the 60" model.
Very pleased with it, but one minor issue is that the blacks are a little washed out if you're the kind to enjoy movies in a dimly lit room. There is local dimming, but in the form of around 8 vertical sections in bands from top to bottom, so it does become a bit of a distraction, but it's better than 100% back light all of the time.
Web OS3 is superb with 4k netflix and Amazon prime built in, and faster than an actual fire stick.

lol anything is faster than a firestick
banned 1 Like #6
BigCheeseGlenni
0zone
I have the 60" model.
Very pleased with it, but one minor issue is that the blacks are a little washed out if you're the kind to enjoy movies in a dimly lit room. There is local dimming, but in the form of around 8 vertical sections in bands from top to bottom, so it does become a bit of a distraction, but it's better than 100% back light all of the time.
Web OS3 is superb with 4k netflix and Amazon prime built in, and faster than an actual fire stick.
lol anything is faster than a firestick
no 4K though.
these sets have quad core awesome sauce.
#7
callum84
Ive not bought a tv in a couple of years so a little confused on the HDR minefield.
Intend to get a PS4 pro for bedroom and a new 4K tv.
Everyone goes on about 10bit HDR, can anyone tell me if this ticks that box.
Thanks
I wouldn't worry too much, this will be obsolete before you get a chance to properly use those features! ;)
Particularly true if you 'need' a new tv every few years. How long do people keep TVs?
#8
callum84
Ive not bought a tv in a couple of years so a little confused on the HDR minefield.
Intend to get a PS4 pro for bedroom and a new 4K tv.
Everyone goes on about 10bit HDR, can anyone tell me if this ticks that box.
Thanks
This is 8bit HDR so not true/full HDR.

Also to the comment above I've had my current Samsung PS51D550 for over 5 years now and still struggling to find a new one that will be more than marginally better at a decent price.
My main options are OLED which is too expensive at present. Likewise although 4k appeals to me for films there just isn't the content at the moment.
#9
I'd guess as these have feet they are manufactured for lg.
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damadgeruk
callum84
Ive not bought a tv in a couple of years so a little confused on the HDR minefield.
Intend to get a PS4 pro for bedroom and a new 4K tv.
Everyone goes on about 10bit HDR, can anyone tell me if this ticks that box.
Thanks
I wouldn't worry too much, this will be obsolete before you get a chance to properly use those features! ;)
Particularly true if you 'need' a new tv every few years. How long do people keep TVs?
I just buy one when the old one dies.

6 year old panasonic 50" plasma in the bedroom didnt wake up last week.
Was devastated.
I wanted to bury it at back of garden but she would have none of it. We compromised on a few drinks and memorial service.
#11
Nimitz46
I'd guess as these have feet they are manufactured for lg.
I have no idea why you seem to think all LG sets with 'feet' for stands are not made by LG!

This is an LG Display panel.

As far as I know, as only LG are doing the 'fake' 4K with RGBW panel layout, all of their 2016 4K 6xx series are LG Display panels.
#12
Can anyone tell me whether this or the Hisense 7000 series is better?
#13
callum84
damadgeruk
callum84
Ive not bought a tv in a couple of years so a little confused on the HDR minefield.
Intend to get a PS4 pro for bedroom and a new 4K tv.
Everyone goes on about 10bit HDR, can anyone tell me if this ticks that box.
Thanks
I wouldn't worry too much, this will be obsolete before you get a chance to properly use those features! ;)
Particularly true if you 'need' a new tv every few years. How long do people keep TVs?
I just buy one when the old one dies.
6 year old panasonic 50" plasma in the bedroom didnt wake up last week.
Was devastated.
I wanted to bury it at back of garden but she would have none of it. We compromised on a few drinks and memorial service.
There's a known fault, grans tv suffered too though was fixed with a replacement part(cost £10.18). Tesco had already sent me £120 to cover the repair cost(tv was 2.5yo 50" Panasonic plasma). :)

Edited By: damadgeruk on Dec 25, 2016 10:35: Correctly
#14
Plus 550 clubcard points.
#15
Bought it for £495 from Tesco! Arriving on Friday

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