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LG 43UH610V 43-Inch 3840 x 2160 ULTRA HD 4K TV WebOS (2016 Model) £329 @ amazon deal of the day
LG 43UH610V 43-Inch 3840 x 2160 ULTRA HD 4K TV WebOS (2016 Model) £329 @ amazon deal of the day

LG 43UH610V 43-Inch 3840 x 2160 ULTRA HD 4K TV WebOS (2016 Model) £329 @ amazon deal of the day

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LG 43UH610V 43-Inch 3840 x 2160 ULTRA HD 4K TV WebOS (2016 Model)
Perfect harmony between ULTRA HD 4K Resolution and HDR technologies generates an incredibly rich and vibrant visuals.
ULTRA HD 4K resolution is four times that of Full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close.
True Black Panel, an anti-glare film within the panel reduces reflection rate by scattering harsh lights across the screen. This allows you to see new depths of darkness in your entertainment.

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PVAD17

Would you go for the Samsung Series 6 UE40K600 Curved also priced … Would you go for the Samsung Series 6 UE40K600 Curved also priced similarly instead although not 4K?



​ we still have a 21 inch telly in the bedroom and a 32 inch telly in our lounge, never understand these comments on huge telly's saying that they're only good enough for the bedroom or toilet X)
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Burn baby Burn!!
Edit: Just did a price comparison AO.COM the next cheapest at £369 and selling at £400 plus in other outlets.
Edited by: "PVAD17" 20th May

Can anyone comment about how it is for gaming in 4K?

Reviews say it has 10 bit HDR, that's the good one right?

If you can find one, they're £299 in Asda.

Jonnyblock

Reviews say it has 10 bit HDR, that's the good one right?



Not a chance. This is LG's entry level 4K TV and is not 10bit. Decent enough TV for someone on a tight budget or for a bedroom.

Jonnyblock

Reviews say it has 10 bit HDR, that's the good one right?

Update 09/30/2016: Our original test was showing an incorrect color depth … Update 09/30/2016: Our original test was showing an incorrect color depth of 8 bit due to some incorrect drivers on our system, but after some correction to our test apparatus, we tested again the color depth and we can confirm that the LG UH6100 does in fact have an 10 bit panel.



The rating page linked previously initially said it was 8-bit, then updated saying the following;



That said, the review doesn't seem too enthusiastic about the picture quality as a whole.

upscaling on this tv is supposed to be very poor. so unless you're streaming Netflix or amazon 4k etc it will "look" pixelated.

theyiddo

Not a chance. This is LG's entry level 4K TV and is not 10bit. Decent … Not a chance. This is LG's entry level 4K TV and is not 10bit. Decent enough TV for someone on a tight budget or for a bedroom.


Would you go for the Samsung Series 6 UE40K600 Curved also priced similarly instead although not 4K?

It's not a 10-bit panel, it uses 8-bit +FRC. It also uses the notorious RGBW pixel structure.
For £329 I still think it's decent buy.

Edited by: "MBeeching" 20th May

PVAD17

Burn baby Burn!! Edit: Just did a price comparison AO.COM the next … Burn baby Burn!! Edit: Just did a price comparison AO.COM the next cheapest at £369 and selling at £400 plus in other outlets.



​AO will price match but i'd prefer Amazon customer services anyway.

RGBW panel, so not even 4K really... better to buy Hisense for less

When the sony xd7005 one was going for £649 the other day.. it was apparently the best seller in 4k tv. Now this one says best seller too? Lol. Sales

8 bit? 10 bit? RGBW? So many pitfalls when buying 4k.

PVAD17

Would you go for the Samsung Series 6 UE40K600 Curved also priced … Would you go for the Samsung Series 6 UE40K600 Curved also priced similarly instead although not 4K?



​ we still have a 21 inch telly in the bedroom and a 32 inch telly in our lounge, never understand these comments on huge telly's saying that they're only good enough for the bedroom or toilet X)

Darkeru

The rating page linked previously initially said it was 8-bit, then … The rating page linked previously initially said it was 8-bit, then updated saying the following;That said, the review doesn't seem too enthusiastic about the picture quality as a whole.



They are most likely getting confused in that I believe the UH6100 can decode HEVC HDR10 but does actually not contain a 10 bit panel.

oddballjamie

If you can find one, they're £299 in Asda.



Thank you so much. Got the last 6 in asda Dudley at that price.

DudleyGuy

Thank you so much. Got the last 6 in asda Dudley at that price.


Lucky you. The Walsall Asda's both had stock midweek.

Smeeble

we still have a 21 inch telly in the bedroom and a 32 inch telly in our … we still have a 21 inch telly in the bedroom and a 32 inch telly in our lounge, never understand these comments on huge telly's saying that they're only good enough for the bedroom or toilet X)



You're missing out then and not a true hot dealer. Come back when you have at least 50 inches - I have a 65 incher. Looks great in my 10'x 12' lounge. And saves from decorating!

We looked excellent when we were on Jeremy Kyle. What they say about TV adding 10lbs is true though. My wife / sister / mum appeared around 19 stone. Not fair!!

As others have said RGBW panel do not even proper 4K, avoid and spend a little more on something decent.

theyiddo

Not a chance. This is LG's entry level 4K TV and is not 10bit. Decent … Not a chance. This is LG's entry level 4K TV and is not 10bit. Decent enough TV for someone on a tight budget or for a bedroom.


Someone on a tight budget shouldn't exactly be searching for a UHD TV...

I have the 43" and 49" version of this TV and I think the picture quality is great for the money. In fact both are better than my 4k Sony TV IMHO.

There is no way am I spending silly money on a TV until 4k content is widely available through Sky/Virgin/Freesat/Freeview and 4k/HDR standards have harmonised between manufacturers/content providers. By the time that happens I'll probably be able to pick up an OLED or Quantum Dot for a similar price.

I think this is a good deal and picked my 43" up from Amazon the last time it was this price. Heat from me.

4k + LG = 3k

turbo_c

4k + LG = 3k


TC+iq=D.H.

Jonnyblock

Reviews say it has 10 bit HDR, that's the good one right?

Update 09/30/2016: Our original test was showing an incorrect color … Update 09/30/2016: Our original test was showing an incorrect color depth of 8 bit due to some incorrect drivers on our system, but after some correction to our test apparatus, we tested again the color depth and we can confirm that the LG UH6100 does in fact have an 10 bit panel.

Jonnyblock

Reviews say it has 10 bit HDR, that's the good one right?

pavel76

RGBW panel, so not even 4K really... better to buy Hisense for less



They're not confused, rtings go by results not hardware. If it shows no banding with a 10-bit signal then they class it as 10-bit regardless of whether it acheives that through subpixels capable of 1024 shades or dithering.



No, it's the irrelevent one. For good HDR you need good backlight control, aka local dimming. The best LCDs TVs have hundreds of local dimming zones. This is a poor HDR TV not because it's 8+2 but because it doesn't support local dimming at all. Nothing else does at this price though, genuine HDR is still a fairly expensive technology.



It may an area of concern on the very biggest models (60"+) or for anyone using it really close (PC monitor use). On a 43" model like this at normal TV viewing distances you aren't going to see the slightest amount of difference in the amount of detail.

So you're left with the benefits like it being more energy efficient to manufacturer and run. For a budget model like this it's just one trade-off among many and not a significant one.

EndlessWaves

They're not confused, rtings go by results not hardware. If it shows no … They're not confused, rtings go by results not hardware. If it shows no banding with a 10-bit signal then they class it as 10-bit regardless of whether it acheives that through subpixels capable of 1024 shades or dithering.No, it's the irrelevent one. For good HDR you need good backlight control, aka local dimming. The best LCDs TVs have hundreds of local dimming zones. This is a poor HDR TV not because it's 8+2 but because it doesn't support local dimming at all. Nothing else does at this price though, genuine HDR is still a fairly expensive technology.It may an area of concern on the very biggest models (60"+) or for anyone using it really close (PC monitor use). On a 43" model like this at normal TV viewing distances you aren't going to see the slightest amount of difference in the amount of detail.So you're left with the benefits like it being more energy efficient to manufacturer and run. For a budget model like this it's just one trade-off among many and not a significant one.


...so better to buy nice Full HD model instead of this rubbish 4K with fat nasty bezel in this size

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I have looked at loads of reviews of uhd/hdr tv's lately with the view of buying one and have not found one that has no problems whether it be bleeding from back lights especially edge lit which 90% of them seem to be. Banding , Motion blur poor sd picture not much better hd picture and the fact there is very little uhd content at present and even less hdr content so i have decided to stay with my 1080 lg with superb picture no bleeding as it has direct backlighting no motion blur whatsoever and no banding and also superb passive 3d at the moment i wouldn't pay more than £400 for any of them until content is better and sd and hd is better on them as this is going to be the majority of content for some time yet
Edited by: "BUCKUM2" 20th May

thanks - I did find one in Asda Hulme Manchester big up to the helpful staff there.

Smeeble

we still have a 21 inch telly in the bedroom and a 32 inch telly in our … we still have a 21 inch telly in the bedroom and a 32 inch telly in our lounge, never understand these comments on huge telly's saying that they're only good enough for the bedroom or toilet X)



I won't be below 48 inches for my cupboards because you never know when you might get trapped in one for a few hours.

Does the freeview play work from the satellite EPG?

This or the Hisense 43m3000 for around the same price?

djc0367

This or the Hisense 43m3000 for around the same price?



​This

I got AO to price match the amazon price and then had a £30 Britains got talent discount code taking it down to £299.

djc0367

This or the Hisense 43m3000 for around the same price?


Hisense... or 49inch for only £349
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excellent!! cheers!!!

So. I bought this TV last week. I'm not at all impressed with it. Washed out colour palette and intermittent brightness. Netflix looks okay in 4K/FauxK but everything else is a step down from my 5 year old mid-priced HD Sony Bravia
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