LG 43" Ultra HD 4K HDR TV - 43UJ651V - £279 at Sky accessories
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LG 43" Ultra HD 4K HDR TV - 43UJ651V - £279 at Sky accessories

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Found 7th Jun
This is my first post on here so I hope its a worthy deal! I have been looking for a new 43 inch tv for a few days now. I was looking at this particular model and was ready to buy it from Argos when I stumbled across Sky selling it for £70 cheaper. It's reviewed very well!
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robmclarenfan51 m ago

It's not big enough


And what did she think of the size of the TV?
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Hi @stufordham thanks for taking the time to share your first deal post on the forum
good deal, I just wish it had a central stand
this is an absolute steal
Looks like the 1 they have been offering for £250 with Q package.
AJ922 m ago

Looks like the 1 they have been offering for £250 with Q package.


NO this is the 43UJ651V worth £349 elsewhere. Previous TV offer was the 43UK6300PLB
Great find voted hot!
warranty?
Review - wobbly on the stand apparently:

Edited by: "tawse57" 7th Jun
sAmeri3 m ago

This or UE43MU6100? So difficult to choose.


Samsung for sure, these budget LG tvs aren't actually full 4k due the their RGBW panels.
Even though at everyday use you wouldn't really be able to tell, but I'd go Samsung over LG at this range of TVs
Anyone know if the Netflix app does 4K?
wozwebs39 m ago

Anyone know if the Netflix app does 4K?


the tv doesnt do 4k lol
Anyone know how this is for gaming?
ijwia1 h, 6 m ago

the tv doesnt do 4k lol


Well it does say Ultra HD 4K.....
ciaranmcw9231 m ago

Well it does say Ultra HD 4K.....


It has an RGBW panel though. So not a full 4k resolution using RGB pixels etc etc.
*i have a small 4k lg tv. I'm really happy with the picture in almost every aspect.

It has a God awful backlight though which I've just had to accept as it's what my budget and room size allow! Turning off the backlight isn't an option as it impacts the contrast levels massively
aboody3 h, 26 m ago

good deal, I just wish it had a central stand


Agree
£10 Quidco
Just sending one back as the picture leaves a lot to be desired. It is dull, lacks detail and doesn't look 4K. Don't waste your money.
Might pull the trigger on this does it have a freesat connection? Looking for one for the bedroom
ses6jwg1 h, 27 m ago

Might pull the trigger on this does it have a freesat connection? Looking …Might pull the trigger on this does it have a freesat connection? Looking for one for the bedroom


Yes it has Freesat connection
wozwebs6 h, 27 m ago

Anyone know if the Netflix app does 4K?


Tv support uhd Netflix and hdr
I’ve just ordered one plus £10 Quidco cashback. Bargain! Free delivery within 7 days. Will it come in time for the World Cup? Matches streamed in 4K UHD via BBC iPlayer. I’ve read u need to adjust display settings (contrast/colour etc) to get a good picture. Freesat/Freeview Play and webOS apps. Is there a BT Sport app for webOS does anyone know? Stick a USB portable drive in to record programmes.
It's not big enough
This or the 40 inch panasonic on there for same price
robmclarenfan51 m ago

It's not big enough


And what did she think of the size of the TV?
This is MAD. Funny knowing I got my 4k TV for around 700 a few years ago and now can get this for this price.
The 630 has freesat and some places online say this one does also, but does anyone know for sure? Guess Sky won't really be interested in mentioning it has freesat
Cheers
balluji6 h, 55 m ago

you can always buy a vesa mount tv stand for about £15-£20


Could you recommend where to get one from and is it possible to know what size stand is required without buying the TV first?
As mentioned, this features an RGBW panel. Literally ANY other 4K TV is going to be superior for this reason, and I'm fed up with people saying RGBW doesn't matter. IT DOES!!

Every fourth subpixel of the normal RGB count has been replaced with a white one. The result is a major reduction in color saturation, a reduction in black level depth and, even more crucially a reduction in perceived resolution. The only reason they can get away with calling them 4K is because their total number of pixels and subpixels remains the same, but by cutting out that crucial fourth subpixel for either R, G or B and replacing it with a white one, they have made the screens weaker in how they deliver the fine multicolored details of image resolution. Side by side comparison with a regular 4K set highlights the inferiority very clearly.

You're paying for something you're simply not getting, but hey, if you're happy with that then go nuts. Makes no sense to me though, and more to the point, you're only encouraging LG to continue this shady practice.
Edited by: "Jams80" 8th Jun
MIDURIX8 h, 54 m ago

The 630 has freesat and some places online say this one does also, but …The 630 has freesat and some places online say this one does also, but does anyone know for sure? Guess Sky won't really be interested in mentioning it has freesat



Click on the OP's link and look at the pictures, they clearly show a Freesat connection
Jams8039 m ago

As mentioned, this features an RGBW panel. Literally ANY other 4K TV is …As mentioned, this features an RGBW panel. Literally ANY other 4K TV is going to be superior for this reason, and I'm fed up with people saying RGBW doesn't matter. IT DOES!!Every fourth subpixel of the normal RGB count has been replaced with a white one. The result is a major reduction in color saturation, a reduction in black level depth and, even more crucially a reduction in perceived resolution. The only reason they can get away with calling them 4K is because their total number of pixels and subpixels remains the same, but by cutting out that crucial fourth subpixel for either R, G or B and replacing it with a white one, they have made the screens weaker in how they deliver the fine multicolored details of image resolution. Side by side comparison with a regular 4K set highlights the inferiority very clearly.You're paying for something you're simply not getting, but hey, if you're happy with that then go nuts. Makes no sense to me though, and more to the point, you're only encouraging LG to continue this shady practice.


This matters and it's good to know... Thanks for the heads up. If you're just going to watch tv ok but if you want to game or watch 4k content I would spend a bit more.
Edited by: "markhh_uk" 8th Jun
Dillz_11 h, 25 m ago

This is MAD. Funny knowing I got my 4k TV for around 700 a few years ago …This is MAD. Funny knowing I got my 4k TV for around 700 a few years ago and now can get this for this price.

Name something that doesn't half in price over 2 years.. Got my laptop for 1600 2 years ago. Now same spec laptops cost 700-800
Is it for sky customers only?
Having sent the LG back I put my 7 year old 6000 series Samsung back up on the wall. Brighter, clearer, sharper and more detailed picture than the LG and the Samsung is "only" 1080 resolution.
Is this a smart tv ? Thanks
AJ927th Jun

Looks like the 1 they have been offering for £250 with Q package.


Snap! My TV table is not nearly big enough. Heat though, it's ane excellent deal. Just paid £349 for a similar central stand model.
AJ927th Jun

Looks like the 1 they have been offering for £250 with Q package.

Jams8020 h, 18 m ago

As mentioned, this features an RGBW panel. Literally ANY other 4K TV is …As mentioned, this features an RGBW panel. Literally ANY other 4K TV is going to be superior for this reason, and I'm fed up with people saying RGBW doesn't matter. IT DOES!!Every fourth subpixel of the normal RGB count has been replaced with a white one. The result is a major reduction in color saturation, a reduction in black level depth and, even more crucially a reduction in perceived resolution. The only reason they can get away with calling them 4K is because their total number of pixels and subpixels remains the same, but by cutting out that crucial fourth subpixel for either R, G or B and replacing it with a white one, they have made the screens weaker in how they deliver the fine multicolored details of image resolution. Side by side comparison with a regular 4K set highlights the inferiority very clearly.You're paying for something you're simply not getting, but hey, if you're happy with that then go nuts. Makes no sense to me though, and more to the point, you're only encouraging LG to continue this shady practice.


Calm down mate. It doesn’t matter to some people. I know people who still say they can’t see any difference between Full HD and SD so it doesn’t matter to everyone.

The information you’ve provided is great but no point being fed up when another person is simply voicing his/her personal opinion. Just smile and wave
Jams8020 h, 33 m ago

As mentioned, this features an RGBW panel. Literally ANY other 4K TV is …As mentioned, this features an RGBW panel. Literally ANY other 4K TV is going to be superior for this reason, and I'm fed up with people saying RGBW doesn't matter. IT DOES!!Every fourth subpixel of the normal RGB count has been replaced with a white one. The result is a major reduction in color saturation, a reduction in black level depth and, even more crucially a reduction in perceived resolution. The only reason they can get away with calling them 4K is because their total number of pixels and subpixels remains the same, but by cutting out that crucial fourth subpixel for either R, G or B and replacing it with a white one, they have made the screens weaker in how they deliver the fine multicolored details of image resolution. Side by side comparison with a regular 4K set highlights the inferiority very clearly.You're paying for something you're simply not getting, but hey, if you're happy with that then go nuts. Makes no sense to me though, and more to the point, you're only encouraging LG to continue this shady practice.


Thanks for explaining this. I had no idea about rgbw.
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