LG 43UH610V 43" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black £339 w/ code @ AO
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LG 43UH610V 43" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black £339 w/ code @ AO

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Found 17th Apr 2017
I realise this TV isn't for everyone.

The tech brigade will most certainly point out it is not full 4K due to the use of RGBW.

Also worth noting the TV uses an 8bit panel which of course means the HDR will not be all that (duh..)

Still, it's a decent TV for the money and you won't get much better in this price range.

Old deal thread below was expired. However code MEGA30 still works and still gets you the same TV for the same price. (And £30 off any other item on the site if you spend £299+)

hotukdeals.com/dea…009
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Nice one, you can't expect everything at this price.
I know it's more expensive, but it's £369 at John Lewis, and comes with a 5 year warranty. You could try a price match.
johnlewis.com/lg-….ds
Pretty much the same TV as this one. But for £10 more you get a 6 year warranty. hotukdeals.com/dea…626
thanks for the head up. But the page does not say RGBW at all? Amazon also doesn't specify it. How would buyer find out?
fransky

thanks for the head up. But the page does not say RGBW at all? Amazon … thanks for the head up. But the page does not say RGBW at all? Amazon also doesn't specify it. How would buyer find out?



It should be listed in the spec sheet on the manufacturers website.
fransky

thanks for the head up. But the page does not say RGBW at all? Amazon … thanks for the head up. But the page does not say RGBW at all? Amazon also doesn't specify it. How would buyer find out?

displayspecifications.com/en/…51f
Edited by: "discoman2016" 18th Apr 2017
Thanks OP. Considering this, as I need Freesat in my area, as no Freeview signal.

It really annoys me that sites seem to have stopped including images of the back of the TV to show the port layout.
Not sure if it does have freesat. Might want to check.
TwotoYou

Not sure if it does have freesat. Might want to check.



It does. [img]i.alza.cz/Img…shx?fd=FotoAddOrig&cd=WK608g0d-04[/img] Same on the product here too: hotukdeals.com/dea…626
buddn07

Thanks OP. Considering this, as I need Freesat in my area, as no Freeview … Thanks OP. Considering this, as I need Freesat in my area, as no Freeview signal.It really annoys me that sites seem to have stopped including images of the back of the TV to show the port layout.



[img]i.alza.cz/Img…shx?fd=FotoAddOrig&cd=WK608g0d-04[/img]
[img]i.alza.cz/Img…shx?fd=FotoAddOrig&cd=WK608g0d-05[/img]
Edited by: "SteamyWee" 19th Apr 2017
The richer sound site says no freesat and can't see it mentioned on the LG site, 3 humus though and inbuilt now tv app.
HDMI! Dang autocorrect
TwotoYou

The richer sound site says no freesat and can't see it mentioned on the … The richer sound site says no freesat and can't see it mentioned on the LG site, 3 humus though and inbuilt now tv app.



I can confirm it's in the menu setup and that in the past LG's have received Freesat. I don't have a dish to try, but I think it's safe to assume it will work.
Cheers. I'll ask at a showroom. I have freesat, so it'd be great if it has it already.
I think most people will be aware of true 4k by now Basically if it's £750+ it's probably 4K. This is not a bad price though. I'll give it some heat.
MEGA30 no longer works - expired
Where the OP says "Also worth noting the TV uses an 8bit panel which of course means the HDR will not be all that"

Am I correct in assuming that coming from a 42" 1080p LCD that's over 5 years old, I'd notice a difference?
buddn07

Where the OP says "Also worth noting the TV uses an 8bit panel which of … Where the OP says "Also worth noting the TV uses an 8bit panel which of course means the HDR will not be all that"Am I correct in assuming that coming from a 42" 1080p LCD that's over 5 years old, I'd notice a difference?



You'd notice a difference for sure, this is still a bump on standard HD. I made that statement almost in jest, but it would be true that an 8 bit panel would not be giving out the same level of HDR capability as a more expensive 10 bit equivalent.
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