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LG Electronics 43" 43UH661V HDR Pro Smart TV - £360.00 + Postage (£3.90 in Mainland UK) @ BT Shop

£360.00 @ BT Shop
I have been looking for a good price on this TV for a while as I am looking for a TV with built in Freeview HD & Freesat HD, and BT Shop has recently brought this down to 399.99, which makes them … Read More
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I have been looking for a good price on this TV for a while as I am looking for a TV with built in Freeview HD & Freesat HD, and BT Shop has recently brought this down to 399.99, which makes them the cheapest beside Richer Sounds.

But they have a special Offer on certain LG TV's (incl. this one) giving you another 10% on top of the already discounted price. The code is SPRINGTV0417, valid until 10/04, and it brings the price down to £360. Postage to UK Mainland is 3.90 on top of that.

You can also get 4% Quidco on top of that, making it potentially less then £350. That's IMO a very good price. Most other places are still charging 449 for it right now.
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#1
HOT!
#2
How good is it. Too small, really
#3
Great Specs best operating system out there!
#4
Thanks OP 3 inch bigger than I wanted but much better price and features than ones I was looking at.
#5
Think id rather go for this which is similarly specced and save myself £30 - https://accessories.sky.com/catalogue/products/lg-43-tv-43uh603v?section=hardware&category=all

Edited By: futura on Apr 07, 2017 01:58
#6
got a 49 inch 4k Samsung for 40 more last week with the two tuners and smart features, seems like poor value in comparison
#7
futura
Think id rather go for this which is similarly specced and save myself £30 - https://accessories.sky.com/catalogue/products/lg-43-tv-43uh603v?section=hardware&category=all

Wouldnt personally recommend - sent two units back due to clouding issues in each corner

The Samsung I bought had no such issues.

Not sure on the unit the OP has listed though
#8
futura
Think id rather go for this which is similarly specced and save myself £30 - https://accessories.sky.com/catalogue/products/lg-43-tv-43uh603v?section=hardware&category=all


I got this one from sky accessories and it's a faulty one,screen are black after turn on once and it's a night mare to contact the customer service to get a replace,hope it's only me but remind the others if you want to buy something from sky accessories,it's impossible to reach them via phone!
And I'm still waiting for them to answer me about the replacement!

Edited By: dorothyhoggarth on Apr 07, 2017 06:47: Forget about something
#9
does this have free view play so you can record? what's the difference with this model from tesco?
#10
this one of the fake 4k RGBW panels from lg thats why so cheap sky still selling this one http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-43-43uh603v-uhd-4k-hdr-smart-tv-329-delivered-sky-2641120
#11
any mention of warranty length?
#12
just ordered
#13
I have this exact TV, bought it from John Lewis for £449. It will be going back, swapping for the Samsung 40 inch instead.

At this price (£360), it's acceptable I suppose. But don't expect miracles.

a) This is an RGBW panel and I had wondered why the colours looked so dull on it, now I know why.
b) There is a stuttering on Freeview HD channels. The signal from a television mast will switch between 1080p and 1080i at times, there's some technical reason for it. When this happens there is a stutter, as if several frames are missing and it jumps to the next frame. I seem to be one of the only few people in the UK who have noticed this issue... there is one single review Amazon saying the same. I saw a forum thread from previous LG TVs and LG seem to not care about fixing it.

If you won't be doing a lot of Freeview HD watching and don't care about it being an RGBW panel, everything else about the TV is fine. Decent sound, IPS so good viewing angles, and it has all the catchup apps.


Edited By: Sheza1 on Apr 07, 2017 18:29
#14
chrisredmayne
got a 49 inch 4k Samsung for 40 more last week with the two tuners and smart features, seems like poor value in comparison
49 INCH TOO BIG
#15
Sheza1
I have this exact TV, bought it from John Lewis for £449. It will be going back, swapping for the Samsung 40 inch instead.

At this price (£360), it's acceptable I suppose. But don't expect miracles.

a) This is an RGBW panel and I had wondered why the colours looked so dull on it, now I know why.
b) There is a stuttering on Freeview HD channels. The signal from a television mast will switch between 1080p and 1080i at times, there's some technical reason for it. When this happens there is a stutter, as if several frames are missing and it jumps to the next frame. I seem to be one of the only few people in the UK who have noticed this issue... there is one single review Amazon saying the same. I saw a forum thread from previous LG TVs and LG seem to not care about fixing it.

If you won't be doing a lot of Freeview HD watching and don't care about it being an RGBW panel, everything else about the TV is fine. Decent sound, IPS so good viewing angles, and it has all the catchup apps.

It's got Freesat
#16
mcormack
Sheza1
I have this exact TV, bought it from John Lewis for £449. It will be going back, swapping for the Samsung 40 inch instead.
At this price (£360), it's acceptable I suppose. But don't expect miracles.
a) This is an RGBW panel and I had wondered why the colours looked so dull on it, now I know why.
b) There is a stuttering on Freeview HD channels. The signal from a television mast will switch between 1080p and 1080i at times, there's some technical reason for it. When this happens there is a stutter, as if several frames are missing and it jumps to the next frame. I seem to be one of the only few people in the UK who have noticed this issue... there is one single review Amazon saying the same. I saw a forum thread from previous LG TVs and LG seem to not care about fixing it.
If you won't be doing a lot of Freeview HD watching and don't care about it being an RGBW panel, everything else about the TV is fine. Decent sound, IPS so good viewing angles, and it has all the catchup apps.
It's got Freesat

I don't have Freesat, thus I need Freeview HD to work properly.

I have just set up the Samsung 40 inch replacement (KU6400). Much better. Colours more vibrant!
#17
chrisredmayne
got a 49 inch 4k Samsung for 40 more last week with the two tuners and smart features, seems like poor value in comparison
Can you please tell me where did you get the 49" samsung for £40 more, I'm looking for a decent 40" inch for bedroom around £350. Thank you

Edited By: weaseled on Apr 09, 2017 19:46: typo
#18
weaseled
chrisredmayne
got a 49 inch 4k Samsung for 40 more last week with the two tuners and smart features, seems like poor value in comparison
Can you please tell me where did you get the 49" samsung for £40 more, I'm looking for a decent 40" inch for bedroom around £350. Thank you
Sorry its expired now :( £550 is the cheapest I can see the tv I got now

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