(Price Drop) LG 43UH661V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" With Freeview HD/freesat HD & Metallic Design LG £429.00 @ John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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(Price Drop) LG 43UH661V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" With Freeview HD/freesat HD & Metallic Design LG £429.00 @ John Lewis

£429.00 @ John Lewis
price drop from £499.00 got some heat in previous post by leemet123 1 month, 2 weeks ago http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-43uh661v-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-with-freeview-hd-freesat-…
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5m, 2d agoFound 5 months, 2 days ago
price drop from £499.00

got some heat in previous post

by leemet123 1 month, 2 weeks ago

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-43uh661v-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-with-freeview-hd-freesat-hd-metallic-2490128

lets get this out of the way quickly!

no its not a 10 bit panel (this is a £429.00 tv not a £1000+ TV)

no it doesn't run full HDR (this is a £429.00 tv not a £1000+ TV)

and if your not watching a Native 4K definition then your probably going to get a **** quality! so yes be ready to suffer because buying a 4K TV that is less than £1000 most probably hasn't got the best upscaling/conversion software! so e.g. watching daytime telly like Eastenders/The Jeremy Kyle Show then your probably going to hate it. (again im going to repeat this for the last time "this is a £429.00 tv not a £1000+ TV")

good luck people!

oh yeah 5 year guarantee included! which should help you when your deciding to buy or not!



£419 Price matched by Richer Sounds & 6 Yr Warranty
- simon-c
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#1
I'll put this on my Christmas list, next to the ps4 pro and ps vr.
6 Likes #2
menacedude
I'll put this on my Christmas list, next to the ps4 pro and ps vr.
if you have money for ps4 pro & the playstation VR
then you should just spend little more on a decent "proper 4k hdr" tv
2 Likes #3
Nice, heat added.
1 Like #4
cold

not 10 bit panel

no hdr

not oled
9 Likes #5
ashmac
cold
not 10 bit panel
no hdr
not oled

lol, can you read my description on the post^^ please! thanks!
1 Like #6
This tv does not come with a magic remote control and its very hard to find one that is compatible.

however if you want one with a magic remote included in the box with the TV then your going to have to spend little bit more money on curry's version of this TV
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/lg-43uh668v-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-43-led-tv-10144769-pdt.html?
1 Like #7
Good find. Heat added.
2 Likes #8
rather get the hisense mm3300 now that it's finally getting the hdr update
#9
Average deal considering I just paid £530 for a 50 inch 4K Samsung, 10 bit full HDR that upscales 1080p content brilliantly. Still a good tv nonetheless but certainly wouldn't of paid £499 for this.
2 Likes #10
Roger1002
Average deal considering I just paid £530 for a 50 inch 4K Samsung, 10 bit full HDR that upscales 1080p content brilliantly. Still a good tv nonetheless but certainly wouldn't of paid £499 for this.


​Link?
#11
Would you really notice the difference between an 8 bit picture and a 10 bit and can you justify the extra £600+ you'd pay for it? I doubt it very much, great find, heat added!
1 Like #12
Roger1002
Average deal considering I just paid £530 for a 50 inch 4K Samsung, 10 bit full HDR that upscales 1080p content brilliantly. Still a good tv nonetheless but certainly wouldn't of paid £499 for this.


​Link?
1 Like #13
Roger1002
Average deal considering I just paid £530 for a 50 inch 4K Samsung, 10 bit full HDR that upscales 1080p content brilliantly. Still a good tv nonetheless but certainly wouldn't of paid £499 for this.
can you send us (all of us) a link or the model number of your 10 bit panel, full HDR TV that you got for £530?
we are desperate over here!
#14
Roger1002
Average deal considering I just paid £530 for a 50 inch 4K Samsung, 10 bit full HDR that upscales 1080p content brilliantly. Still a good tv nonetheless but certainly wouldn't of paid £499 for this.


Model number? Retailer?

Edited By: thefunkfosho on Sep 17, 2016 23:53
#15
Roger1002
Average deal considering I just paid £530 for a 50 inch 4K Samsung, 10 bit full HDR that upscales 1080p content brilliantly. Still a good tv nonetheless but certainly wouldn't of paid £499 for this.
link
#16
skyarsenal
rather get the hisense mm3300 now that it's finally getting the hdr update


Software HDR is pointless it just lets it decode HDR source and display it without true HDR, like watching a 4K Bly ray on a 1080p tv in comparison
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Roger1002
Average deal considering I just paid £530 for a 50 inch 4K Samsung, 10 bit full HDR that upscales 1080p content brilliantly. Still a good tv nonetheless but certainly wouldn't of paid £499 for this.


Post it as a deal
#18
Your text here
#19
Very misleading - whilst it's described as with 'freesat' I can't find any mention of a built-in freesat controller - seems you still need a set-top box for freesat
#20
Roger1002
Average deal considering I just paid £530 for a 50 inch 4K Samsung, 10 bit full HDR that upscales 1080p content brilliantly. Still a good tv nonetheless but certainly wouldn't of paid £499 for this.
Link please .. Thnx
#21
Roger1002
Average deal considering I just paid £530 for a 50 inch 4K Samsung, 10 bit full HDR that upscales 1080p content brilliantly. Still a good tv nonetheless but certainly wouldn't of paid £499 for this.

Pic of invoice held up in store by the manager please
#22
Roger1002
Average deal considering I just paid £530 for a 50 inch 4K Samsung, 10 bit full HDR that upscales 1080p content brilliantly. Still a good tv nonetheless but certainly wouldn't of paid £499 for this.
eurmm LINK?
#23
has anyone bought this tv set online from john lewis yet? quick review?
i wanted to know what//how their return policy is?
#24
hisense have started to roll out there hdr update out on there mm3300 tvs if anyone wants hdr on the cheap

https://www.avforums.com/threads/hisense-55-m3300.2028817/page-25
#25
Just purchased this at Richer Sounds for £419 Price matched with £10 discount & 6 Yr Warranty
Great set & actually smaller than my old LG 42LK530T, due to the frame
Only neg is no Magic remote


Edited By: simon-c on Sep 18, 2016 19:40
#26
simon-c
Just purchased this at Richer Sounds for £419 Price matched with £10 discount & 6 Yr Warranty
Great set & actually smaller than my old LG 42LK530T, due to the frame
Only neg is no Magic remote

what is the image quality like on daytime telly coronation street?
#27
So every cheap TV I see on here is always met with "it's not true HDR", "It's not real 4k". So question is what TV in the £500-600 does have real HDR and proper 4k? Does such a thing even a exist? I just want a bloody 4k hdr tv for my PS 4 Pro.
#28
ChronosChris
So every cheap TV I see on here is always met with "it's not true HDR", "It's not real 4k". So question is what TV in the £500-600 does have real HDR and proper 4k? Does such a thing even a exist? I just want a bloody 4k hdr tv for my PS 4 Pro.

good luck finding one between £500-600 with real 4K & HDR.

Remember to post on HUKD when you find one!

lol
#29
COLD for the reverse psychology self deprecating crap in your description.
#30
trd
COLD for the reverse psychology self deprecating crap in your description.
english?
#31
No one is giving this TV at £429.....it's at 499
#32
After all the Comparisons - made a decision to buy this TV from Richer Sounds @£489 (Incl £10 Marketing Promo) - so far experience in last 3-4 Hrs has been great. Setting was very quick and easy. Thanks to the Courteous staff at RicherSounds.
#33
Shijokingo
After all the Comparisons - made a decision to buy this TV from Richer Sounds @£489 (Incl £10 Marketing Promo) - so far experience in last 3-4 Hrs has been great. Setting was very quick and easy. Thanks to the Courteous staff at RicherSounds.

did you get RicherSounds to price match John Lewis.. because they do that. and on top of that they give you £10 extra for price matching! and with your £10 voucher you got this it could of been a hot deal!
#34
at that time price was same in both stores

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