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LG 43 Inch 43UM7000PLA Smart HD LED TV £299 at Argos
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LG 43 Inch 43UM7000PLA Smart HD LED TV £299 at Argos

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Posted 25th Nov 2019

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  • LED TV Screen.
  • 4K Ultra HD Certified display resolution.
  • Motion rate 1600.
  • Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
  • Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
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It's a basic TV with a relatively good operating system and apps. Build quality and panel quality are Vestel home brand quality however.

Personally I'd get the £230 Toshiba VL5A from Curry's, as it has better motion processing than this TV, and get a Fire 4K stick if you can't stomach the basic Smart OS.
Edited by: "chancooluk" 25th Nov 2019
If the
chancooluk25/11/2019 22:08

It's a basic TV with a relatively good operating system and apps. Build …It's a basic TV with a relatively good operating system and apps. Build quality and panel quality are Vestel home brand quality however.Personally I'd get the £230 Toshiba VL5A from Curry's, as it has better motion processing than this TV, and get a Fire 4K stick if you can't stomach the basic Smart OS.


If the quality is as you describe surely one would be better avoiding this and getting the 50 inch Toshiba currently on offer for £50 less?
chancooluk25/11/2019 22:08

It's a basic TV with a relatively good operating system and apps. Build …It's a basic TV with a relatively good operating system and apps. Build quality and panel quality are Vestel home brand quality however.Personally I'd get the £230 Toshiba VL5A from Curry's, as it has better motion processing than this TV, and get a Fire 4K stick if you can't stomach the basic Smart OS.


When you talk about motion, do you mean gaming would be more smooth? I am looking to buy either one of these. Your input would be appreciated
Shuma_Begum25/11/2019 22:48

When you talk about motion, do you mean gaming would be more smooth? I am …When you talk about motion, do you mean gaming would be more smooth? I am looking to buy either one of these. Your input would be appreciated


Gaming motion will be similar on each TV. I'm talking more about film-motion, the LG has no motion processing so 24fps films will judder, the Toshiba has compensation/interpolation to combat the judder (although I'd it's set to high it will give the soap opera effect, where things look too smooth).
chancooluk25/11/2019 23:07

Gaming motion will be similar on each TV. I'm talking more about …Gaming motion will be similar on each TV. I'm talking more about film-motion, the LG has no motion processing so 24fps films will judder, the Toshiba has compensation/interpolation to combat the judder (although I'd it's set to high it will give the soap opera effect, where things look too smooth).


I thought the idea was to turn off motion processing. 24fps should be just fine without motion processing.

The Which? review didn’t identify a judder issue.
Edited by: "bixbarton" 25th Nov 2019
bixbarton25/11/2019 23:40

I thought the idea was to turn off motion processing. 24fps should be just …I thought the idea was to turn off motion processing. 24fps should be just fine without motion processing.


Only on high end TV's. My Samsung 55NU7400 has terrible judder with films, it's only acceptable with judder reduction turned up to 3.
chancooluk25/11/2019 23:41

Only on high end TV's. My Samsung 55NU7400 has terrible judder with films, …Only on high end TV's. My Samsung 55NU7400 has terrible judder with films, it's only acceptable with judder reduction turned up to 3.


How would it compare with

argos.co.uk/product/9182132
Edited by: "bixbarton" 25th Nov 2019
bixbarton25/11/2019 23:51

How would it compare withargos.co.uk/product/9182132


The 7400 and 7000 TV's are very similar. The actual panels and motion processing (or lack of) are identical, it's just the software, additional ports, and improved build quality that sets them apart.
Edited by: "chancooluk" 26th Nov 2019
chancooluk25/11/2019 23:58

The 7400 and 7000 TV's are very similar. The actual panels and motion …The 7400 and 7000 TV's are very similar. The actual panels and motion processing are identical, it's just the software, additional ports, and improved build quality that sets them apart.


Thanks chancooluk. I’ll be steering clear of these cheaper models then. I’m a bit of a 24fps purist.
chancooluk25/11/2019 22:08

It's a basic TV with a relatively good operating system and apps. Build …It's a basic TV with a relatively good operating system and apps. Build quality and panel quality are Vestel home brand quality however.Personally I'd get the £230 Toshiba VL5A from Curry's, as it has better motion processing than this TV, and get a Fire 4K stick if you can't stomach the basic Smart OS.


Please excuse my ignorance on this one. I had already dismissed the VL5A as it's only 50hz. Does this not matter?

Thanks in advance
squarehead9425/11/2019 22:38

If the If the quality is as you describe surely one would be better …If the If the quality is as you describe surely one would be better avoiding this and getting the 50 inch Toshiba currently on offer for £50 less?


Any reference to the 50' Toshiba £50 less?
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