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Huge 65 inch LG 4K Ultra HD, HDR TV. 65UK6300PLB. £599 including delivery at  Coop on eBay
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Huge 65 inch LG 4K Ultra HD, HDR TV. 65UK6300PLB. £599 including delivery at Coop on eBay

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Decent price for a mid range 65” TV. Just worth being aware that HDR is simply a tick in a box. You won’t get meaningful HDR with only 300 nits of peak brightness. TV also suffers from really bad image retention according to the rtings review: rtings.com/tv/…300
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chunk3rvd20/02/2019 10:05

Decent price for a mid range 65” TV. Just worth being aware that HDR is s …Decent price for a mid range 65” TV. Just worth being aware that HDR is simply a tick in a box. You won’t get meaningful HDR with only 300 nits of peak brightness. TV also suffers from really bad image retention according to the rtings review: https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uk6300


Image retention on an LCD?
It would be nice if nits were specified on all televsions.
Now is £ 649
Edited by: "boniek61" 20th Feb 2019
Common.Sense1 h, 3 m ago

Image retention on an LCD?It would be nice if nits were specified on all …Image retention on an LCD?It would be nice if nits were specified on all televsions.


“The LG UK6300 suffers from image retention, and it is quite noticeable with our test image. These results are disappointing, almost as bad as last year’s UJ6300. These results are among the worst image retention of any TV we have tested.”
Another TV 65” what don’t post to Northern Ireland.... United Kingdom - ( not Northern Ireland)
chunk3rvd16 h, 41 m ago

Decent price for a mid range 65” TV. Just worth being aware that HDR is s …Decent price for a mid range 65” TV. Just worth being aware that HDR is simply a tick in a box. You won’t get meaningful HDR with only 300 nits of peak brightness. TV also suffers from really bad image retention according to the rtings review: https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uk6300


Not mid range, more low end.
boniek6121 h, 23 m ago

Now is £ 649


So 10% or the £50 maximum makes it £599 still, Voted hot at that price.
To be fair, that is a lot of tacky looking plastic for your money
LG just trying to offload old models. You will see a lot come 1st March.
Avoid this model. I'm on my third replacement in 6 months.
Cold no flashing lights, doesn't percolate coffee and can't turn my lights off when I clap my butt cheeks!
Not cold voting this but it’s an average price for a mediocre set.You’re getting reasonable build quality, wishy washy milky grey IPS blacks, banding no doubt and probably a touch of dirty screen effect for good measure.You’ll get a better picture from one of the similarly priced Hisense models but I know they’re not to everyone’s taste on here.
chunk3rvd20/02/2019 10:05

Decent price for a mid range 65” TV. Just worth being aware that HDR is s …Decent price for a mid range 65” TV. Just worth being aware that HDR is simply a tick in a box. You won’t get meaningful HDR with only 300 nits of peak brightness. TV also suffers from really bad image retention according to the rtings review: https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uk6300


Indeed. If you want true HDR you'll be looking for nothing less than 1,000 nits.
FrugalFergal21/02/2019 20:56

Indeed. If you want true HDR you'll be looking for nothing less than … Indeed. If you want true HDR you'll be looking for nothing less than 1,000 nits.


Except for when you have infinite contrast. OLED’s max out at around 600-700 nits but the human eye will perceive highlights like that as being brighter when displayed next to true blacks. OLED’s win best HDR TV every year despite being up against LCD’s that can push 1000-1500 nits
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chunk3rvd21/02/2019 20:59

Except for when you have infinite contrast. OLED’s max out at around 6 …Except for when you have infinite contrast. OLED’s max out at around 600-700 nits but the human eye will perceive highlights like that as being brighter when displayed next to true blacks. OLED’s win best HDR TV every year despite being up against LCD’s that can push 1000-1500 nits


I've had an expensive 55" OLED and relatively cheaper 65" QLED.

OLED represents poor bang for buck and quite over rated in the grander scheme.
FrugalFergal21/02/2019 21:11

I've had an expensive 55" OLED and relatively cheaper 65" QLED.OLED …I've had an expensive 55" OLED and relatively cheaper 65" QLED.OLED represents poor bang for buck and quite over rated in the grander scheme.


Only QLED close to OLED performance is the 9 series and they are not cheap. Priced near identical to OLED. In a light controlled environment, Q6F-Q8F do not compare IMO
chunk3rvd4 h, 56 m ago

Only QLED close to OLED performance is the 9 series and they are not …Only QLED close to OLED performance is the 9 series and they are not cheap. Priced near identical to OLED. In a light controlled environment, Q6F-Q8F do not compare IMO


FrugalFergal5 h, 1 m ago

I've had an expensive 55" OLED and relatively cheaper 65" QLED.OLED …I've had an expensive 55" OLED and relatively cheaper 65" QLED.OLED represents poor bang for buck and quite over rated in the grander scheme.



Which models you referring to?
Don't bother low end lg picture quality is terrible. I had one swapped it for a Sony
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