LG 55UH850V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" LED TV - £899 @ PC World - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
88Expired

LG 55UH850V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" LED TV - £899.00 @ PC World

£899.00 @ PC World
Seems lowest price to me as far as I can find. Good specs. £50 off using voucher code 50LSTV £849 after applying voucher code and 1% Quidco as well. Read More
Dinjyo65 Avatar
2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
Seems lowest price to me as far as I can find.

Good specs.

£50 off using voucher code 50LSTV

£849 after applying voucher code and 1% Quidco as well.
Deal Tags:
More From PC World:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
Dinjyo65 Avatar
2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
Options

All Comments

(12) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
not bad as it's been £899 since before xmas
#2
I am dubious though as i think it's a currys exclusive model
#3
10 bit panel or 8+Frc?
#4
Pokkai
10 bit panel or 8+Frc?

Who cares? They're close enough in practice that any differences are lost behind the much bigger differences in HDR performance.

In terms of more important HDR hardware it has good colour space coverage for a 2016 model, but limited local dimming ability. Ten or so full height local dimming zones that the TV doesn't manage to control very well causing noticeable brightness bands even on the low setting.
#5
EndlessWaves
Pokkai
10 bit panel or 8+Frc?

Who cares? They're close enough in practice that any differences are lost behind the much bigger differences in HDR performance.

In terms of more important HDR hardware it has good colour space coverage for a 2016 model, but limited local dimming ability. Ten or so full height local dimming zones that the TV doesn't manage to control very well causing noticeable brightness bands even on the low setting.


I care don't buy it is 8bit wait for few months 10bits models price will drop
#6
Any codes for the LG 49UH850V?
#7
this seems to tick all the boxes for my new TV requirements. kids wanted 3D passive TV, i want 4k.
i currently have a 52" plasma LG smart TV that i live but this does seem like a great upgrade.
#8
doggboy10
this seems to tick all the boxes for my new TV requirements. kids wanted 3D passive TV, i want 4k.
i currently have a 52" plasma LG smart TV that i live but this does seem like a great upgrade.

Yes its 4K and passive 3D which should be game set and match. However, on the LED's, the 3D filter is too sensitive to vertical angle. In the real world this mean you always get a great 3D picture with no crosstalk on 75% of the screen but suffer awful crosstalk on 25%. You then adjust your viewing position up or down and the same happens but vice versa.

The OLED's on the other hand don't suffer this issue. Its almost like LG have purposely done a bad job to make you pay the extra for the OLED. (Worth it though)
#9
is this model one of the RGBW 'fake 4K sets?
#10
I have this tv bought in October, the 3d is much worse than the LG it replaced and maybe it's just my panel but the screen uniformity is appalling, watching football really causes a dirty screen effect. Yes the colours in dolby vision are great and the uhd is decent but the back light undermines everything!
1 Like #11
specialoffers
EndlessWaves
Pokkai
10 bit panel or 8+Frc?
Who cares? They're close enough in practice that any differences are lost behind the much bigger differences in HDR performance.
In terms of more important HDR hardware it has good colour space coverage for a 2016 model, but limited local dimming ability. Ten or so full height local dimming zones that the TV doesn't manage to control very well causing noticeable brightness bands even on the low setting.
I care don't buy it is 8bit wait for few months 10bits models price will drop

Buying a TV based on whether it's 8-bit or 10-bit is like buying a car based on whether it has 5 gears or 6.

It's a difference and worth considering between two otherwise very similar models, but generally you'd concentrate on more influential elements like the engine.

And much like a gearbox a lot depends on the implementation, a 10-bit set can have more banding if the equivalent of gear ratios are badly chosen.

dave859
is this model one of the RGBW 'fake 4K sets?

No, the UH770, UH850 and UH950 use the standard RGB pixel structure.
#12
smudger81
I have this tv bought in October, the 3d is much worse than the LG it replaced and maybe it's just my panel but the screen uniformity is appalling, watching football really causes a dirty screen effect. Yes the colours in dolby vision are great and the uhd is decent but the back light undermines everything!

I agree, I had the model before this for a week I also suffered from DSE.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!