Further Price Cut Upto 50% Discount LG 4K 49" 49UB820V Ultra HD IPS Screen Television down from £1199 to £624.90 FURTHER PRICE CUT - Buy it on Pixmania or Pricematch on Currys/PC World plus TCB/Quidco Cashback
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Further Price Cut Upto 50% Discount LG 4K 49" 49UB820V Ultra HD IPS Screen Television down from £1199 to £624.90 FURTHER PRICE CUT - Buy it on Pixmania or Pricematch on Currys/PC World plus TCB/Quidco Cashback

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Found 29th Oct 2014
Reposting my own older post as the price is cut further down by around £30+

LG 4K 49" 49UB820V Ultra HD IPS Screen Television down from £1199 to £659 - Buy it on Pixmania or Pricematch on Currys/PC World plsu TCB/Quidco Cashback - 45% Discount

Pixmania Link:
pixmania.co.uk/led…tml

Currys Link:
currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

Pricematch contact number 0344 561 0000

One of the rep told me they do not pricematch - but then offered callback from the manager after argument. I got call within 10 mins and hurray order placed and accepted.

Also got cashback

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HDMI 2.0 x 1

only 1 4k 60fps input. still, content is waaay off unless you connect a pc to that port.

When a 4K TV of this size is this lowly priced do you wonder if there is anything wrong with it when 1080p TVs are around this price?

is anything broadcast in 4k yet?

If I had known Currys match Pixmania I would have had the 55" 950 model as it's down to £1150!

How do you get currys to price match pixmania?

roitorb

How do you get currys to price match pixmania?



Pricematch contact number 0344 561 0000

Thanks sky kid very much appreciated.

skykid3

is anything broadcast in 4k yet?



Nah, best bet though is netflex, stream in 'super 5.1' which is 4k

i will be upgrading my st60 to a 4k set in the future ...

this will not be my 3rd 4th ir 199th choice

DsK

When a 4K TV of this size is this lowly priced do you wonder if there is … When a 4K TV of this size is this lowly priced do you wonder if there is anything wrong with it when 1080p TVs are around this price?


Maybe this TV is using an 8bit chip not 10bit.

Bought a tv online before and I was disappointed because even though 1080p is 1080p almost every tv is different and the panel quality varies from excellent to terrible, best bet is find a tv on display then take the model number and look for it online for the best price.

Called up on the above number but they won't price match with Pixmania. Also,they mentioned Currys, PC World , Pixmania part of same group...

ashmac

i will be upgrading my st60 to a 4k set in the future ...this will not be … i will be upgrading my st60 to a 4k set in the future ...this will not be my 3rd 4th ir 199th choice



I wouldn't. Not now anyway.

I had my VT65 properly calibrated a couple of days back. Nothing out there to touch the Panny plasma's yet as far as calibration guy is concerned. Even OLED - mainly due to panel consistency. He's calibrated 4 OLED's so far. All the same model (LG). All with wildly different results and only one of which he'd be happy with. But then, he also didn't rate LG full stop. Mainly due to panel inconsistency/quality.

I'll be keeping my VT65 for a long time yet I think.

paulpso

HDMI 2.0 x 1only 1 4k 60fps input. still, content is waaay off unless you … HDMI 2.0 x 1only 1 4k 60fps input. still, content is waaay off unless you connect a pc to that port.

Be nice to try BF4 on it. At 4k you would struggle to get 60fps unless you have weakened many settings or have a top sli/crossfire setup.

I went to the shop to buy the Samsung Curved TV at the weekend and the guy was honest enough to tell me there simply isnt any content that is UHD to really push this TV. Blurays etc are UHD in reality (according to him) and are upscaled to UHD so you will never ever actually see the kind of quality pic they show toy in the shops so its a bit pointless to get a UHD TV yet.

So I saved myself £2k and didnt buy one.

msharif911

I went to the shop to buy the Samsung Curved TV at the weekend and the … I went to the shop to buy the Samsung Curved TV at the weekend and the guy was honest enough to tell me there simply isnt any content that is UHD to really push this TV. Blurays etc are UHD in reality (according to him) and are upscaled to UHD so you will never ever actually see the kind of quality pic they show toy in the shops so its a bit pointless to get a UHD TV yet.So I saved myself £2k and didnt buy one.


curved TVs seem like a gimmick anyway.

Wait at least a year before you buy a 4k TV

1) The prices will be sensible

2) The content will be more readily available

3) Most with have more than one hdmi 2.0

Will the 7.5% off posted in a recent curry's deal stack with this?

paulpso

HDMI 2.0 x 1




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Misleading title. No UK supplier will price match this.

tommbailey

Will the 7.5% off posted in a recent curry's deal stack with this?

tommbailey

Will the 7.5% off posted in a recent curry's deal stack with this?



Sorry, 5%.
5% Off Large Screen TVs - LARGESCREEN5UNI24T 

struggling to find reviews on the 20, but hdtv test reviewed the 49UB850V (at £1500) as not only the worst 4k TV, but the worst performing TV they'd reviewed.

they've updated the rating recently, as LG issued new firmware, to a recommendation with qualifications.

still, not entirely relevant but that is supposedly a higher model. the panels are the same but the 20 uses picture wizard III (II on the 50) and only does 4k/30p for hevc and h.264 video (against 60p on the 50) so it could well be that the 20 tries to do less on a newer processor and gets more consistent results.

I'd still consider getting a 1080p set with better contrast and black levels, and reduced input lag than a 4k panel at the moment though.

I'm so tempted by this, but not 100% sure!

£625 for a 4K is a good price, but is it worth it? Any opinions?

Currys don't pricematch Pixmania do they? This is what it says on their site:

"We won’t be beaten on price
We offer much more than just great prices, but we don’t want price to be a reason you shop elsewhere.

If you find Argos, Asda, John Lewis, Tesco or AO.com has the same product at a cheaper price, we’ll match it - even up to 7 days after purchase."

No wonder you had to argue to get them to price match.

I still can't see the difference between SD and HD, this would be useless to me

skykid3

is anything broadcast in 4k yet?



Only on netflix "house of cards" at the moment but this model doesn't have the netflix app, only mid to high range Samsung models - not the 6900 unit. I read the review on this LG and it wasn't too favourable but it's cheap for the price I suppose.

uktottys

I still can't see the difference between SD and HD, this would be useless … I still can't see the difference between SD and HD, this would be useless to me



football matches are the best example, night and day.

ryansonic

football matches are the best example, night and day.



Totally.

Anyone who can't see the difference between those (at least on my TV anyway) needs glasses!

There just isn't any point chasing 4K TVs right now. The TV ones aren't good enough for gaming on a PC. There isn't anything to watch on them. Plus the cheap 4K TVs are rubbish, and you'll have to upgrade again later on anyways. This all happened when 720p/1080p TVs came out. When it comes to TVs, you're better off waiting until the market settles down, and the makers make actual good tellies!

paulpso

HDMI 2.0 x 1only 1 4k 60fps input. still, content is waaay off unless you … HDMI 2.0 x 1only 1 4k 60fps input. still, content is waaay off unless you connect a pc to that port.


Does it? The specs say 30 Hz only.

Matty1255

Bought a tv online before and I was disappointed because even though … Bought a tv online before and I was disappointed because even though 1080p is 1080p almost every tv is different and the panel quality varies from excellent to terrible, best bet is find a tv on display then take the model number and look for it online for the best price.



You could not be further from the truth, the sets on display typically are over-bright, because peoples perception of a good picture is a bright screen.

Best to read a few reviews relevent for the budget you have, and try and seek out the best deal.

In my experience LG are one of the world's premier panel makers.
Do not try and and judge 1080i by watching sky tv, because all is not how it seems.

The probable reason for this cheap price is likely the specification short comings of recent legislation regarding specific UHD wording.

listerdude

curved TVs seem like a gimmick anyway.



Gimmick or not, I fancy one but had my sensible head on.

sparky1983

Only on netflix "house of cards" at the moment but this model doesn't … Only on netflix "house of cards" at the moment but this model doesn't have the netflix app, only mid to high range Samsung models - not the 6900 unit. I read the review on this LG and it wasn't too favourable but it's cheap for the price I suppose.



Hmmm, has HEVC supporting 4k30p and the LG store which has Netflix. And the LG product page shows this with the Netflix app...
lg.com/uk/…jpg

Along with the text "as well as instant access to movies on demand via Sky Movies on NOW TV, Netflix, Amazon Instant and Blinkbox."

still, I remain unconvinced it's worth it.

We used to have one of these on display at work, it was a version one 4K tv. The LG rep told us the hdmi ports did not support 4k properly and if was rushed through production by LG to compete with samsungs offerings... Hands on with the product was a very very buggy user interface, the USB ports were extremely intermittent and quite often the tv had to be turned off and on again because the tv would just lock up... Certainly put us colleagues off LG 4K TVs!

Apparently not very good for console gaming. Bad lag etc.
I just got me a 55 inch 1080p 3D LG which is very good for gaming.
Took an age to set it to look right for gta v on xbox 360 but now looks great. Even better on xbox one games.
lg webos user interface is so so and the apps aren't worth a jot.
3D is top notch if you actually can be bothered with the gimmick it really is.

For me I decided to stay clear of 4k until it actually develops a standard across the board.
I'm quite happy with my LG 1080p but really think about if you need this limited 4k just yet as for the money you can get a fantastic deal on non 4k LGs.

Currys says it has 4K netflix

LG 49UB820V

I've took the dive. Will let you know how it is.
Was looking for a new TV anyway to replace a 7yr old 40" Samsung 1080p LCD

ryansonic

football matches are the best example, night and day.



serious ??!! ........you sound like my g/friend ..i feel like saying are you blind !!!

How much did you have to pay to get this from Currys?

Weegro

Currys says it has 4K netflixLG 49UB820VI've took the dive. Will let you … Currys says it has 4K netflixLG 49UB820VI've took the dive. Will let you know how it is.Was looking for a new TV anyway to replace a 7yr old 40" Samsung 1080p LCD

MrPuddington

Does it? The specs say 30 Hz only.



Looks like looking at the official page, this set will only have the processing power to do 30 fps on 4k

pavanto

Called up on the above number but they won't price match with Pixmania. … Called up on the above number but they won't price match with Pixmania. Also,they mentioned Currys, PC World , Pixmania part of same group...



Pixmania are not the same - Dixons sold it off.
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