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LG 43" 4K Smart TV with 6 Year Guarantee £369 @ Richer Sounds
LG 43" 4K Smart TV with 6 Year Guarantee £369 @ Richer Sounds

LG 43" 4K Smart TV with 6 Year Guarantee £369 @ Richer Sounds

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43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview HD.

Fully spec'ed to meet the new high standards in video, this LG 43 inch, HDR-equipped TV at a bargain price.

HDR - High Dynamic Range for superb contrast
Taking 4K UHD one stage further, this LG 43 inch TV now boasts HDR (High Dynamic Range) compatibility. This extends the range of colours for enhanced realism. It also delivers brighter whites and darker blacks, helping to give this TV stunning levels of contrast.

4K Ultra HD TV - Ultimate Detail
With 4K UHD screen resolution, this 43 inch TV gives a stunning picture quality. The resolution is four times greater than the more conventional 1920 x 1080 Full HD TVs and it's a difference you can see clearly, with greatly improved realism and detail. Thanks to LG's 4K Resolution Upscaler, even standard FHD signals can be upscaled to near 4K clarity and detail - giving your Blu-rays a new lease of life.

The best smart interface is better than ever with webOS 3.0
Widely acclaimed as one of the best smart TV interfaces, LG's webOS 3.0 operating system is now better than ever. WebOS 3.0 uses superimposed icons, folders and side bars for clear and easy access to smart content without leaving the current screen image. New to webOS 3.0 is the ability for split screen viewing, letting you watch live TV and Blu-ray, for example, at the same time. Other new features include LG smart appliance control and access to the LG Music Player app playing through the TV's speaker system - even when it's turned off.

New "Magic" tech
Linking in with the new webOS 3.0 system is a range of "Magic" features. These include Magic Zoom for screen magnification without loss of image quality. The Magic Mobile Connection lets you stream apps from your smartphone, straight to the TV, for seamless big screen entertainment.

Smart TV that includes all your favourite apps
This 43 inch LG TV comes packed with useful apps that look great on the big screen. The BBC iPlayer, YouTube, Now TV, Demand 5 and Netflix are just some of the VOD (Video On Demand) services that come as standard with the LG. There's also easy access to music sites like Spotify and Napster plus social sites Facebook and Twitter.

DLNA and Wi-Fi make this TV part of your home network
DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) compatibility means this LG 43" TV will seamlessly blend with your home network. With DLNA you can stream music or video from your laptop, PC or NAS drive. Thanks to built-in Wi-Fi, even connecting up is a breeze

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Edited by: "dmcmsn" 30th Nov 2016

Which model is it?.

43UH603V I think

Why is the model number not visible on the page?

It is, you just have to look in the right place

Does this to have itv hub and 4od cheers

Neapa

Does this to have itv hub and 4od cheers



​no and no.

I've had this TV for over a year now. it's very good...great picture and sound. But be aware that there's only 2 HDMI sockets not 3 (lg always seem to lie about that)...and only one of them is hdr capable

Neapa

Does this to have itv hub and 4od cheers



Yes it does. It runs webOS 3.0 and is a 2016 UH series, which all have the full suite of catch up apps including UKTV Play (Dave etc)

Is there any confirmation about what model this is?

Original Poster

Yeah the model number is LG 43UH603V

Can someone tell me where the model number is on the page please, just want to be sure? Also does anyone know what the input lag is?

heaven72

Can someone tell me where the model number is on the page please, just … Can someone tell me where the model number is on the page please, just want to be sure? Also does anyone know what the input lag is?



If you look at the URL, the model number is the one given above. Slightly worrying comment in one of the reviews about being given the wrong (inferior) panel and having to swap it.

slacker

If you look at the URL, the model number is the one given above. Slightly … If you look at the URL, the model number is the one given above. Slightly worrying comment in one of the reviews about being given the wrong (inferior) panel and having to swap it.



Oh I see, just surprised that the model number is not on the page itself. I also read that review but the price does seem to be consistent with other online prices but obviously you also get the 6 year guarantee.
Edited by: "heaven72" 1st Dec 2016

So does this HDR work with PS4? Says HDR Pro on LG
website.
Edited by: "the_el_man" 1st Dec 2016

the_el_man

So does this HDR work with PS4? Says HDR Pro on LG website.


Technically it works but it is 8 bit colour rather than 10 bit colour so it will be of much lesser quality. Add £500 or more to get 'true' HDR.
Edited by: "heaven72" 1st Dec 2016

Anyway I've taken a gamble and ordered, hope the input lag is not 50ms or something daft.

heaven72

Anyway I've taken a gamble and ordered, hope the input lag is not 50ms or … Anyway I've taken a gamble and ordered, hope the input lag is not 50ms or something daft.



Can't specifically find this model but very similar LG models all report 40ms. That's pretty standard for LG panels. Only Samsung get as low as 20ms.

Seems to be £369 most places but obviously here you get the 6 year warranty. Cheapest does indeed seem to be ao.com at £359 with a voucher.

As for the TV itself, seems like a good solid entry level set.

heaven72

Technically it works but it is 8 bit colour rather than 10 bit colour so … Technically it works but it is 8 bit colour rather than 10 bit colour so it will be of much lesser quality. Add £500 or more to get 'true' HDR.



Thanks. I presumed "HDR Pro" is the 10bit, but no thats "Super HDR Pro" .... ridiculous. Where is the standardisation? 8bit to 10bit is a massive difference in number. 16.7m vs 1 billion colours (ish)

Question is do I go for this one, an LG43uh610v or an LG43uh620v as all can be bought for around the same price?

discoman2016

LG43uh610v has 8bit that can upscale to 10bit with fcr the LG43uh620v … LG43uh610v has 8bit that can upscale to 10bit with fcr the LG43uh620v does not have fcr http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/a0d951f



Basically what i'm after is a TV that will look good broadcasting Sky HD as well is SD channels with a good picture for the sport. Also I may be looking at the possibility of getting a PS4 in the near future so a good gaming TV will be an added bonus.
About time I upgraded from my 10+yr old 32' Panasonic Viera HD ready TV that I remember paying around £600 for...Its been a great set but time to retire that one to the bedroom I think

https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Home-Cinema-TV-Video/LG-43UH603V-inch-Ultra-Smart-WebOS-Model/B01LYHIZR3

There are a couple of really good reviews from Alan and pcman12 which are very positive. There is also a comment which says that playing 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is amazing' which I hope suggests that input lag is not too bad.

The reason for the lack of info and reviews on this set is that it's new which is why there is no input lag details - even when comparing 2 sets on displayspecifications input lag is just left blank for the LG.

goldenone

Question is do I go for this one, an LG43uh610v or an LG43uh620v as all … Question is do I go for this one, an LG43uh610v or an LG43uh620v as all can be bought for around the same price?



This TV is Edge Lit and the LG43UH620V is Direct Lit so depends which you prefer? I bought the 620V a couple of months ago for £349 and I was really surprised how good the picture was, took a bit of fiddling around with the options but there are so many ways to change the colour and brightness on the the 620V that you can get the perfect picture. The 620V definitely has 3 HMDI and I believe somebody has mentioned this only has 2?

Not real HDR Cold!

dmcmsn

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Websta

This TV is Edge Lit and the LG43UH620V is Direct Lit so depends which you … This TV is Edge Lit and the LG43UH620V is Direct Lit so depends which you prefer? I bought the 620V a couple of months ago for £349 and I was really surprised how good the picture was, took a bit of fiddling around with the options but there are so many ways to change the colour and brightness on the the 620V that you can get the perfect picture. The 620V definitely has 3 HMDI and I believe somebody has mentioned this only has 2?



http://www.product-reviews.net/2016/11/23/lg-43uh603v-review-with-8-bit-not-10-bit-hdr/

"Elsewhere, there’s Smart TV apps, Freeview Play, WebOS 3.0, Ultra Surround audio quality, Miracast, DLNA, WiDi, 3 HDMI 2.0a ports, 1 USB 2.0 port and built-in web browser."

"Somebody" reviewed a year + old TV.

Just an update from me that I've cancelled my order for this TV after reading the latest review on amazon. He is not completely negative but he does say that it's OK for content, but unacceptable for desktop use and for me desktop use would be my primary usage. All other reviews say that it's a really good TV but for me this review put me over the line into not buying.

discoman2016

43 inch tv for ur desktop?lol it a top monitor u need try amazon now i … 43 inch tv for ur desktop?lol it a top monitor u need try amazon now i see why u wondering about input lag comment 13?



discoman2016

43 inch tv for ur desktop?lol it a top monitor u need try amazon now i … 43 inch tv for ur desktop?lol it a top monitor u need try amazon now i see why u wondering about input lag comment 13?



I suspect you may not be capable of self-reflection but please read your comments and ask yourself whether being relentlessly critical is in the spirit of trying to decide whether something is a good deal or not? On a couple of occasions you repeated a flaw which I had pointed out (that it was an 8 bit) to illustrate that there were good and bad points about the TV. You also put in links to an old ao.com ebay page which seems to have been mispriced (its the same price as RS now) and then said that it was £10 cheaper with a voucher at ao without pointing out that there was no 6 year guarantee there. By the end I am afraid you did come across as rather trollish.

Also be aware that although my priority was my desktop I do watch TV and I do use a PlayStation and the input lag was more to do with the PS than the PC.

I bought this tv on Boxing Day and it's great. Richer Sounds guy recommended this over a Samsung and I am not disappointed at all and very easy to set up.

dmcmsn

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So basically what youre saying is this TV is **** and there are much better choices if you know what to look for. Thanks, I get it. You want me to be informed instead of going bahh bahh bah bahhi it love. :-)

heaven72

Just an update from me that I've cancelled my order for this TV after … Just an update from me that I've cancelled my order for this TV after reading the latest review on amazon. He is not completely negative but he does say that it's OK for content, but unacceptable for desktop use and for me desktop use would be my primary usage. All other reviews say that it's a really good TV but for me this review put me over the line into not buying.



Thanks, thats what I woukd need it for. Drop me a pm if you find something. Ta ;-)

Not voted hot or cold but I think there are mores choices floating about and will be over the next few days. Off to read some reviews, thanks for posting op.
Edited by: "Mrepg" 28th Dec 2016

43" LG 43UH603V TV Television £329 from Sky shop cheaper than I pad !!! Boom
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