LG 43" £369 (43" now expired) / 49" £469 / 55" £569 Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR @ Argos
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LG 43" £369 (43" now expired) / 49" £469 / 55" £569 Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR @ Argos

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Found 31st Jan
Some nice price drops on these LG 4K Tv's with HDR. Had a quick search around and this seems to be a great price for all sizes. Deal link is for the 43", but you can find links for the others below.

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LG 49UJ651V 49 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR

LG 55UJ651V 55 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR


The slim design of the LG 55UJ651V Smart TV, paired with the latest Ultra HD innovation and HDR picture technology, means that it looks good from every angle. HDR gives you incredibly clear blacks and natural contrast, for a true-to-life picture. With 4K upscaling you'll get the best experience from all your content. To match the stunning picture quality, you'll also enjoy multi-channel ultra-surround sound from seven virtual channels.

For entertainment, look no further than the built in, award winning Smart TV webOS. Connect quickly to Netflix 4K HDR content or catch-up on TV with Freeview Play. Easily plug in any extras with 4 HDMI and 2 USB ports.

Miracast, dlna, widi.

Television picture quality:

  • LED TV Screen.
  • 4K Ultra HD display resolution.
  • Screen size: 55 inches.
  • Hz.
  • Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
  • Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Connectivity:

  • 2 USB ports and 4 HDMI sockets.
  • Smart TV.
  • Component video socket.
  • Composite socket.
  • Optical connection.
  • Wi-Fi enabled.
  • Ethernet connection.
  • DLNA compatibility.
  • Miracast.
  • Open browser.
  • Suitable for wall mounting 300 x 300 bracket.
Sound quality:

  • 20 watt RMS power output.
Digital features:

  • Features USB video playback.
  • Micro dimming technology improves the contrast by dimming individual sections of the TV screen.
  • Freeview Play digital tuner.
  • Saorview digital tuner (Saorview can only be received in the Republic of Ireland).
  • Quad core processor.
Additional features:

  • Sleep timer.
  • Parental controls.
  • Size of TV H71.8, W123.7, D6.4cm.
  • Weight of TV 16kg (unpackaged).
  • Size of TV with stand: H77.8, W123.7, D23.3cm.
  • Footprint of TV 1191cm.
  • Weight of TV with stand: 16.2kg.
Energy efficiency information:

  • Energy efficiency rating: a+.
  • Energy efficiency index (EEI) 0.21.
  • On mode power consumption 85 watts.
  • Annual power consumption 118kWh.
  • Standby power consumption 0.3 watt.
  • This product contains lead.
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It's not worth calling them TVs with HDR. The HDR support is for compatibility only, the dynamic range increase is virtually non-existent on models like this.
C3P04 h, 35 m ago

Sorry for being dumb, but shouldn't there be a number next to the 'Hz' on …Sorry for being dumb, but shouldn't there be a number next to the 'Hz' on the spec? I've been looking for a new TV and I'm baffled as some are in double figures and some are in quadruple figures on the Hz and then some don't have Hz listed at all. I thought that the Hz figure told you the refresh rate, are some TVs measured differently now?


Refresh rate can be measured in hertz, but it's also used for various manufacturer specific picture quality ratings which is what the three and four digit figures are at this price. The cheapest 100/120hz TV this year is generally the LG SJ800/SJ810 models, although other brand's motion interpolation is often rated more highly.

In other ranges the minimum would be the Sony XE85, Samsung MU7000 (except 49"), Philips PUS7502, Panasonic EX750 & DX802 and Hisense NU8700.

Be aware that HDMI 2.0 doesn't have the bandwidth to run 4K at more than 60hz, so if you want it for a connected PC 120hz is only usable at lower resolutions (and only some models support that).
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 31st Jan
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Go via the ebay webshop and grab an additional 10% off until 1/2. Code is PAYDAY10
Edited by: "helpingabrotherout" 31st Jan
Might want to recheck, payday10 is still active and these TVs are available new on the eBay Argos page, the 55 comes in at 512.10
It's not worth calling them TVs with HDR. The HDR support is for compatibility only, the dynamic range increase is virtually non-existent on models like this.
369 gets you a Samsung. Prepare for a wave of cold voters. I’m afraid they’re right with this one.
Sleightbuzz3 m ago

369 gets you a Samsung. Prepare for a wave of cold voters. I’m afraid t …369 gets you a Samsung. Prepare for a wave of cold voters. I’m afraid they’re right with this one.


You got a link please?
300 quid for 55 inch black Friday 2018?
Edited by: "aliboy86" 31st Jan
Sorry for being dumb, but shouldn't there be a number next to the 'Hz' on the spec? I've been looking for a new TV and I'm baffled as some are in double figures and some are in quadruple figures on the Hz and then some don't have Hz listed at all. I thought that the Hz figure told you the refresh rate, are some TVs measured differently now?
Trosity1 h, 47 m ago

Arnt all these cheaper on amazon? …Arnt all these cheaper on amazon? https://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-49UJ630V-Ultra-Smart-Model/dp/B06XVMKXZY/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1517409603&sr=8-3&keywords=43UJ651V


Amazon range is the 630v model, argos is 651v. Difference is frame/stand, and the 651v range has Ultra Luminance, so have brighter displays. 651v also has 4 x hdmi, compared to 3 on 630v.
C3P04 h, 35 m ago

Sorry for being dumb, but shouldn't there be a number next to the 'Hz' on …Sorry for being dumb, but shouldn't there be a number next to the 'Hz' on the spec? I've been looking for a new TV and I'm baffled as some are in double figures and some are in quadruple figures on the Hz and then some don't have Hz listed at all. I thought that the Hz figure told you the refresh rate, are some TVs measured differently now?


Refresh rate can be measured in hertz, but it's also used for various manufacturer specific picture quality ratings which is what the three and four digit figures are at this price. The cheapest 100/120hz TV this year is generally the LG SJ800/SJ810 models, although other brand's motion interpolation is often rated more highly.

In other ranges the minimum would be the Sony XE85, Samsung MU7000 (except 49"), Philips PUS7502, Panasonic EX750 & DX802 and Hisense NU8700.

Be aware that HDMI 2.0 doesn't have the bandwidth to run 4K at more than 60hz, so if you want it for a connected PC 120hz is only usable at lower resolutions (and only some models support that).
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 31st Jan
EndlessWaves1 h, 8 m ago

Refresh rate can be measured in hertz....


Many thanks for taking the time to explain that, EndlessWaves.
EndlessWaves2 h, 3 m ago

Refresh rate can be measured in hertz, but it's also used for various …Refresh rate can be measured in hertz, but it's also used for various manufacturer specific picture quality ratings which is what the three and four digit figures are at this price. The cheapest 100/120hz TV this year is generally the LG SJ800/SJ810 models, although other brand's motion interpolation is often rated more highly. In other ranges the minimum would be the Sony XE85, Samsung MU7000 (except 49"), Philips PUS7502, Panasonic EX750 & DX802 and Hisense NU8700. Be aware that HDMI 2.0 doesn't have the bandwidth to run 4K at more than 60hz, so if you want it for a connected PC be aware that 120hz is only usable at lower resolutions (and only some models support that).


Hey dude! You seen to know your stuff!...Ive been reading about TV's for the last few weeks...on here and various sites.

Im just after the best quality 55" TV for £600/700 ish.....Im not a massive TV person but buying a new place an figured id treat myself (current TV would be laughable to most)

I've been looking at Samsung mostly 55MU7000
LG SJ800V/810V

What do you think? I was only looking at Samsung but then ventured onto LG.

Would REALLY appreciate your input x
EndlessWaves7 h, 12 m ago

It's not worth calling them TVs with HDR. The HDR support is for …It's not worth calling them TVs with HDR. The HDR support is for compatibility only, the dynamic range increase is virtually non-existent on models like this.


Got one for about this price on Black Friday to go with my PS4 Pro and One X. Sure, it's not as impactful as a £1500 T.V, but there is a very noticeable improvement to both games and HDR Netflix shows with HDR on compared to off. Seems a bit snobbish to write it off, as it is a pretty fair improvement given it's an entry level TV.
jennyscott8856 m ago

Hey dude! You seen to know your stuff!...Ive been reading about TV's for …Hey dude! You seen to know your stuff!...Ive been reading about TV's for the last few weeks...on here and various sites.Im just after the best quality 55" TV for £600/700 ish.....Im not a massive TV person but buying a new place an figured id treat myself (current TV would be laughable to most) I've been looking at Samsung mostly 55MU7000LG SJ800V/810VWhat do you think? I was only looking at Samsung but then ventured onto LG.Would REALLY appreciate your input x


55" mu7000 is the best bang for buck at the moment. Next price bracket would be the B7 but they're around £1300. I got my mu7000 on the 27th of Dec when it was price matched by JL.
Was a very good choice I must admit.
jbrickstock14 m ago

55" mu7000 is the best bang for buck at the moment. Next price bracket …55" mu7000 is the best bang for buck at the moment. Next price bracket would be the B7 but they're around £1300. I got my mu7000 on the 27th of Dec when it was price matched by JL.Was a very good choice I must admit.


THANK YOU xxx
RGBW set so I'd avoid and get a similar priced Samsung TV. These sets are technically 3k. I've seen these side by side with a cheap Samsung set and you can tell the LG is less sharp especially with text. They aren't bad TVs but LG need to stop these RGBW sets.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 1st Feb
teddy159051 m ago

Got one for about this price on Black Friday to go with my PS4 Pro and One …Got one for about this price on Black Friday to go with my PS4 Pro and One X. Sure, it's not as impactful as a £1500 T.V, but there is a very noticeable improvement to both games and HDR Netflix shows with HDR on compared to off. Seems a bit snobbish to write it off, as it is a pretty fair improvement given it's an entry level TV.


The trouble with tests like that it's often not like for like. For one thing I know that these LGs offer a higher brightness in HDR mode than in normal mode so you could be benefiting from that (e.g. improved contrast in a well lit room).

Does that matter if it's still better? Well yes, because if it's something that's not HDR then you could well get the same improvement for all your content and not just the HDR minority by choosing an alternative TV.

I would be interested to hear what the picture differences are though.

jennyscott881 h, 37 m ago

Hey dude! You seen to know your stuff!...Ive been reading about TV's for …Hey dude! You seen to know your stuff!...Ive been reading about TV's for the last few weeks...on here and various sites.Im just after the best quality 55" TV for £600/700 ish.....Im not a massive TV person but buying a new place an figured id treat myself (current TV would be laughable to most) I've been looking at Samsung mostly 55MU7000LG SJ800V/810VWhat do you think? I was only looking at Samsung but then ventured onto LG.Would REALLY appreciate your input x



What sources of content are you watching? How much 4K stuff in particular.
This 43inch or the Hisense H43N5300 ?? TY
This T.V is fantastic @ this price. Bought one myself and couldn't be happier.
The 651v is a specified model made for the likes of Argos and Curry's probably no better than 630v as regards with the 810v that was the latest model made last year and if you have the extra £300+ you may as well buy it. Depends if you think it's worth the extra buck over the 630v. Also do check if the magic remote is included as you may want it and about £30-40 if you have to buy from a 3rd party as LG was not selling them last year.
Edited by: "Bigfoot600" 31st Jan
I got the 49" for £318 off amazon warehouse deals and its not the best picture to be honest. Not impressed. My previous HD tv i get rid of for this one was prob a better picture quality i dont understand why this is getting so hot
Edited by: "stevo6105" 31st Jan
EndlessWaves4 h, 22 m ago

The trouble with tests like that it's often not like for like. For one …The trouble with tests like that it's often not like for like. For one thing I know that these LGs offer a higher brightness in HDR mode than in normal mode so you could be benefiting from that (e.g. improved contrast in a well lit room).Does that matter if it's still better? Well yes, because if it's something that's not HDR then you could well get the same improvement for all your content and not just the HDR minority by choosing an alternative TV.I would be interested to hear what the picture differences are though.What sources of content are you watching? How much 4K stuff in particular.


In all honesty, i watch catch up everything and stream documentaries...just want an awesome clear vivid image...4k may be lost on me but i would potentially watch a 4k film now an again x ........I chromecast everything! .....im not sure what that makes me haha
Edited by: "jennyscott88" 1st Feb
EndlessWaves51 m ago

I would be interested to hear what the picture differences are though.


Better lightning for one, noticeable in Netflix shows. I can see someone's face whilst they stand partially in shadow, whereas with HDR off it's just a shadowy mess. Also with gaming, wider range of colours. Flames and torches in Assassin's Creed Origins look much more realistic and seem brighter with HDR on than off. With regards to where the T.V is located, it's in my bedroom which usually has no light on when I'm watching a movie, or a lamp if I'm gaming. Hardly a well lit room.

I tweaked around with settings, and lowered the back-lighting and brightness because it blew out alot of the detail with default settings. I'm not saying it's the best TV out there, it's not, but you seem to be implying that cheap HDR is as good as no HDR. I disagree.
EndlessWaves9 h, 13 m ago

It's not worth calling them TVs with HDR. The HDR support is for …It's not worth calling them TVs with HDR. The HDR support is for compatibility only, the dynamic range increase is virtually non-existent on models like this.


That's a complete guess by you. I got a similar model and there's a very noticeable improvement in watching TV and with my PS4 with the HDR.
Can anyone recommend a good value 43” 4K TV for gaming? TIA
jennyscott885 h, 47 m ago

Hey dude! You seen to know your stuff!...Ive been reading about TV's for …Hey dude! You seen to know your stuff!...Ive been reading about TV's for the last few weeks...on here and various sites.Im just after the best quality 55" TV for £600/700 ish.....Im not a massive TV person but buying a new place an figured id treat myself (current TV would be laughable to most) I've been looking at Samsung mostly 55MU7000LG SJ800V/810VWhat do you think? I was only looking at Samsung but then ventured onto LG.Would REALLY appreciate your input x


I think it comes down to personal preference. Go to a store and ask to try both out with the remote. My workplace has a few Samsungs and LGs installed and I personally like the webOS UI of the LG more.
Could a 4K TV be used as a 2nd pc monitor I'm thinking of getting one, mainly for gaming.
Is this a good investment if I only have the bog standard Xbox one and PS4?
I bought the 635v 49 Inch from John Lewis and it's rubbish.
LG have destroyed their reputation using RGBW panels and calling it 4k. Compared them to other TVs like the Panasonic 700b and Samsung 6120 - LG doesn't compare
I have LG and don't recommend as mine NOT compatible with ITV PLAYER. You can't install the app if the TV is smart. Double check this
Shakeyyy42 m ago

LG have destroyed their reputation using RGBW panels and calling it 4k. …LG have destroyed their reputation using RGBW panels and calling it 4k. Compared them to other TVs like the Panasonic 700b and Samsung 6120 - LG doesn't compare


I thought they also had a reputation for making the best OLED screens.

Of course this isn't an OLED screen, can anyone confirm if it has a naff RGBW panel with borked 4k resolution?
I purchased this before christmas for 379... So I am a bit perplexed why they are claiming a £30 discount as I didn't buy it in a sale.

Just an FYI but the app store/prime/netflix is painfully slow. Can't fault the picture quality. But for sound it might be worth getting a mid range soundbar to accompany this screen (I opted for the LG SJ5...)
kiechi14 h, 11 m ago

This T.V is fantastic @ this price. Bought one myself and couldn't be …This T.V is fantastic @ this price. Bought one myself and couldn't be happier.


Same here.
Trosity21 h, 11 m ago

Arnt all these cheaper on amazon? …Arnt all these cheaper on amazon? https://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-49UJ630V-Ultra-Smart-Model/dp/B06XVMKXZY/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1517409603&sr=8-3&keywords=43UJ651V



That's the 630 not this one is 631? and 49" 630 model is £399 here.. electricaldiscountuk.co.uk/49u…fb5
teddy159014 h, 11 m ago

Better lightning for one, noticeable in Netflix shows. I can see someone's …Better lightning for one, noticeable in Netflix shows. I can see someone's face whilst they stand partially in shadow, whereas with HDR off it's just a shadowy mess. Also with gaming, wider range of colours. Flames and torches in Assassin's Creed Origins look much more realistic and seem brighter with HDR on than off.


Yet objective measurements show that it's not capable of producing any more colours than any other TV, and not capable of providing any more differentiation between shadows and highlights. There's a good likelihood those are failings in the way it displays SDR content which wouldn't be manifested on another TV.

Certainly the director's intention in a top notch 4K netflix video wasn't to make a scene look like a 'shadowy mess'.

jennyscott8814 h, 13 m ago

In all honesty, i watch catch up everything and stream …In all honesty, i watch catch up everything and stream documentaries...just want an awesome clear vivid image...4k may be lost on me but i would potentially watch a 4k film now an again x ........I chromecast everything! .....im not sure what that makes me haha


If you're not watching much 4K I'd personally go for a Samsung M5510 or M5500 instead. I find the 4K TVs make SD/HD overly soft and I'd rather go for the best TV right now then buy something that might be better in the future.
Bargainz9993 h, 28 m ago

Could a 4K TV be used as a 2nd pc monitor I'm thinking of getting one, …Could a 4K TV be used as a 2nd pc monitor I'm thinking of getting one, mainly for gaming.


These LGs aren't an optimal choice for PC use because their unusual pixel structure has an impact on small coloured text, but 4K TVs works fine generally.

With the caveat that it's a huge amount of pixels, so it'll impact game performance hugely and larger sizes work best. I'd be looking at 55" for ~1m viewing distance and 65" for ~1.5m to avoid any scaling issues with stuff looking too small.
Londoner206 h, 12 m ago

I bought the 635v 49 Inch from John Lewis and it's rubbish.


Did you have the energy saving on or off?
HD stands for High Dynamic
Good product and very good price
Does smart IPTV run on these models ?
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