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LG 60UH650V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 60" with Freeview HD & Ultra Slim Metallic Design £799.00 (was £999) + 5 YEAR GUARANTEE @ John Lewis

£799.00 @ John Lewis
£200 off this 4k HDR 60" LG TV LG’s eye-popping ColourPrime Pro goes hand-in-hand with their HDR Pro to deliver something simply extraordinary. Deep, bright and wildly colourful, this 4K panel’s to… Read More
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£200 off this 4k HDR 60" LG TV

LG’s eye-popping ColourPrime Pro goes hand-in-hand with their HDR Pro to deliver something simply extraordinary. Deep, bright and wildly colourful, this 4K panel’s top-line TV tech will give your media an unprecedented makeover. Use LG’s award-winning webOS 3.0 Smart platform to stream shows from such apps as Netflix, and with Ultra Surround sound you’ll be immersed in impressive audio for all your content. From Blu-Ray to broadcast, this set is the super-entertainment-hub your household needs.
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3 Likes #1
http://www.bitfeed.co/page/lg-ready-to-launch-the-smart-tv-lcd-ultra-hd-uh650v-with-hdr

RGBW panel, will never buy an LG tv as they don't feel the "need" to tell you about the inferior panel you may be getting.

And yet the stock of their "4K" TV's is being snapped up by people thinking they are getting a 4K tv.

Sheep everywhere :D
2 Likes #2
cyclonus10
http://www.bitfeed.co/page/lg-ready-to-launch-the-smart-tv-lcd-ultra-hd-uh650v-with-hdr

RGBW panel, will never buy an LG tv as they don't feel the "need" to tell you about the inferior panel you may be getting.

And yet the stock of their "4K" TV's is being snapped up by people thinking they are getting a 4K tv.

Sheep everywhere :D


people don't do the research then there fools ...always read up on your tv ..takes me about 4 months to make up my mind :D
2 Likes #3
cyclonus10
http://www.bitfeed.co/page/lg-ready-to-launch-the-smart-tv-lcd-ultra-hd-uh650v-with-hdr

RGBW panel, will never buy an LG tv as they don't feel the "need" to tell you about the inferior panel you may be getting.

And yet the stock of their "4K" TV's is being snapped up by people thinking they are getting a 4K tv.

Sheep everywhere :D


It might not be 4K but £799 + 5yr guarantee for a 60" tv that I'm sure is quite enjoyable to watch 1080p content on ain't bad, and the Web interface for LG in my opinion is the most user friendly

I challenge you to find a TV the same price, true 4K, HDR and 10bit at this size. Oh and a half decent warranty too.
#4
I feel ignorance is bliss with TVs, this in your front room alongside your favourite show would look awesome

Anyway your buying 4k and it's only 3840p, so technically that's you being sold an inferior panel to what's advertised.
1 Like #5
callumfraser4912
I feel ignorance is bliss with TVs, this in your front room alongside your favourite show would look awesome
Anyway your buying 4k and it's only 3840p, so technically that's you being sold an inferior panel to what's advertised.

My fave show atm is The Grand Tour, which is 4K HDR, although i am not seeing "real" HDR on my 8-bit panel either.
Even with the HDR firmware update my TV received.

But these LG RGBW panels are only able to show the full range of colours in 2880 of the 3840 pixels, so its a 3K tv in my eyes. And in the eyes of many others. Can't believe LG are able to advertise it as 4K. The other 1000 pixels are limited in the colour they can reproduce.

HDR on these RGBW panels?? They can't even show you a normal 4K image. :D
3 Likes #6
It is indeed criminal that LG are allowed to do this. HDR is a joke on almost any TV under £1K anyway, particularly those that are below 500 nits brightness and with 8-bit panels (ROFL), but to not even be capable of displaying 4K properly is genuinely absurd. LG truly hold the crown when it comes to taking the p*ss. It is the antithesis of false advertising, by any and all definitions of the term.

Edited By: Jams80 on Jan 19, 2017 18:32
2 Likes #7
Hisense 65M5500 bigger & better £749 + 6 year guarantee @JL.
#8
shariifi
Hisense 65M5500 bigger & better £749 + 6 year guarantee @JL.


It's the same size. Not that much better. And not a 6, it's a 5 year guarantee.
2 Likes #9
callumfraser4912
shariifi
Hisense 65M5500 bigger & better £749 + 6 year guarantee @JL.
It's the same size. Not that much better. And not a 6, it's a 5 year guarantee.

It's 5" bigger.
#10
I think he meant at Richer Sounds, not JL: http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/hisense/65m5500/hise-65m5500

Edited By: Triggster on Jan 21, 2017 10:30
#11
Every inch counts, just ask any female..
#12
Somebody should list TV's that are real 4K with 10 bit panels then us sheep!! Would have a Shepherd to follow
#13
cyclonus10
callumfraser4912
I feel ignorance is bliss with TVs, this in your front room alongside your favourite show would look awesome
Anyway your buying 4k and it's only 3840p, so technically that's you being sold an inferior panel to what's advertised.
My fave show atm is The Grand Tour, which is 4K HDR, although i am not seeing "real" HDR on my 8-bit panel either.
Even with the HDR firmware update my TV received.
But these LG RGBW panels are only able to show the full range of colours in 2880 of the 3840 pixels, so its a 3K tv in my eyes. And in the eyes of many others. Can't believe LG are able to advertise it as 4K. The other 1000 pixels are limited in the colour they can reproduce.
HDR on these RGBW panels?? They can't even show you a normal 4K image. :D

A firmware update can't update the hardware in your TV, it's impossible to make an 8 bit panel HDR compatible, you need a 10 bit panel to display HDR.
#14
HAT
1 Like #15
I vouch for this TV as I have owned the 850V 49" for 2 years now and the quality is fantastic, the smart User Interface is really intuitive. However, my next TV has to be OLED 4K without a doubt
1 Like #16
fishmaster
cyclonus10
callumfraser4912
I feel ignorance is bliss with TVs, this in your front room alongside your favourite show would look awesome
Anyway your buying 4k and it's only 3840p, so technically that's you being sold an inferior panel to what's advertised.
My fave show atm is The Grand Tour, which is 4K HDR, although i am not seeing "real" HDR on my 8-bit panel either.
Even with the HDR firmware update my TV received.
But these LG RGBW panels are only able to show the full range of colours in 2880 of the 3840 pixels, so its a 3K tv in my eyes. And in the eyes of many others. Can't believe LG are able to advertise it as 4K. The other 1000 pixels are limited in the colour they can reproduce.
HDR on these RGBW panels?? They can't even show you a normal 4K image. :D
A firmware update can't update the hardware in your TV, it's impossible to make an 8 bit panel HDR compatible, you need a 10 bit panel to display HDR.

I never said it was possible for a true HDR image. Jesus ******* Christ.

Edited By: cyclonus10 on Jan 21, 2017 19:55
#17
cyclonus10
fishmaster
cyclonus10
callumfraser4912
I feel ignorance is bliss with TVs, this in your front room alongside your favourite show would look awesome
Anyway your buying 4k and it's only 3840p, so technically that's you being sold an inferior panel to what's advertised.
My fave show atm is The Grand Tour, which is 4K HDR, although i am not seeing "real" HDR on my 8-bit panel either.
Even with the HDR firmware update my TV received.
But these LG RGBW panels are only able to show the full range of colours in 2880 of the 3840 pixels, so its a 3K tv in my eyes. And in the eyes of many others. Can't believe LG are able to advertise it as 4K. The other 1000 pixels are limited in the colour they can reproduce.
HDR on these RGBW panels?? They can't even show you a normal 4K image. :D
A firmware update can't update the hardware in your TV, it's impossible to make an 8 bit panel HDR compatible, you need a 10 bit panel to display HDR.
I never said it was possible for a true HDR image. Jesus ******* Christ.

Time to chill out I think, go back and look what you wrote. You said "Even with the HDR firmware update my TV received." So reading that what's anyone to think but that you thought a firmware update would change things.
1 Like #18
cyclonus10
callumfraser4912
I feel ignorance is bliss with TVs, this in your front room alongside your favourite show would look awesome
Anyway your buying 4k and it's only 3840p, so technically that's you being sold an inferior panel to what's advertised.
My fave show atm is The Grand Tour, which is 4K HDR, although i am not seeing "real" HDR on my 8-bit panel either.
Even with the HDR firmware update my TV received.
But these LG RGBW panels are only able to show the full range of colours in 2880 of the 3840 pixels, so its a 3K tv in my eyes. And in the eyes of many others. Can't believe LG are able to advertise it as 4K. The other 1000 pixels are limited in the colour they can reproduce.
HDR on these RGBW panels?? They can't even show you a normal 4K image. :D

I don't think it's a big deal at this point in time. As long as people are aware of the facts. I would challenge someone to be able to tell/resolve the difference between a real 4K panel and 'LG's fake 3K' panel, even if they were side by side and while HDR isn't fully supported, next year there will be another big thing we must have.

I guess for £799, to get a branded, 60" TV with a decent interface even if it is faux 4K is still a bargain. And there are people will choose an LG over a Hisense by the brand, even if the Hisense is technically better.
#19
Gone up to £999. Got one from Lighting deal from amazon £714.

Edited By: shariifi on Feb 12, 2017 11:24: Incorrect link removed

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