LG 43UH610V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with HDR - £449 - Very
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LG 43UH610V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with HDR - £449 - Very

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Found 19th Sep 2016
Good price for a HDR TV for this size in my opinion. Doesn't include delivery. Specs are below:

Energy Class: Class A+

Power Consumption (On mode): 53 W

Energy Consumption per Year: 77 kWh

Platform: webOS 3.0

Resolution: 3840 x 2160

Display Format: 4K UHD (2160p)

Motion Enhancement Technology: 1200 Hz Picture Mastering Index

Video Interface: Component, composite, HDMI

HDMI Ports Qty: 3 ports

Connectivity: Wi-Fi, LAN

Technology: IPS

LCD Backlight Technology: LED backlight - local dimming, direct-lit LED

Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Digital TV Tuner: DVB-C, DVB-S2, DVB-T2

Internet Streaming Services: Smart World

Features: Integrated web browser, sleep timer, Smart Energy Saving, time-shift, Simplink, Eco Flower, Smart Share, Quick Start, Wi-Fi Direct, Intel Wireless Display (WiDi), Miracast support, E-Manual, Dynamic Color Enhancer, 4K Upscaling, My Channel, Ultra Luminance, True Black, Active Noise Reduction, Magic Zoom, HDR Pro, UHD Mastering Engine, Color Prime Pro, Magic Mobile Connection, 3D Color Mapping, Channel Advisor

Speaker System: 2 speakers

Sound Effects: ULTRA Surround

14 Comments

seems a good television, nice find

hi all, does anyone know which is the newer model between this one and the 43UH661v ?

I would assume by the numbers that the 661v would be the newer model ?

Cheers

They say it has hdr but I doubt it will display it well. since hdr tv's are supposed to be really bright. the content is mastered in 1000 nits brightness. a bit of digging shows this tv is 400 nits brightness. same as my 4 year old 1080p set. No where near enough to show the bright sunshine images they tell us about.

Also it's £50 less at Vaughans

if the UH661V is the newer version then it is only £429 at John Lewis.

Does anyone know the difference between the 2 ?

Or can someone tell me why I should not yet the UH661V over the UH610V please ?

Cheers

jimmymcmahon1

if the UH661V is the newer version then it is only £429 at John … if the UH661V is the newer version then it is only £429 at John Lewis.Does anyone know the difference between the 2 ?Or can someone tell me why I should not yet the UH661V over the UH610V please ?Cheers


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jimmymcmahon1

hi all, does anyone know which is the newer model between this one and … hi all, does anyone know which is the newer model between this one and the 43UH661v ?I would assume by the numbers that the 661v would be the newer model ? Cheers


43uh661v is the newer and slighter better version. and also cheaper and you get 5 year warranty with free delivery so win win for the 43uh661v.

HUKD link here hotukdeals.com/dea…330

urm how is this better than this http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/price-drop-lg-43uh661v-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-with-freeview-hd-freesat-2513330

explain please!

two8tone

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​thanks mate

iz123456789

43uh661v is the newer and slighter better version. and also cheaper and … 43uh661v is the newer and slighter better version. and also cheaper and you get 5 year warranty with free delivery so win win for the 43uh661v. HUKD link here http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/price-drop-lg-43uh661v-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-with-freeview-hd-freesat-2513330



​Cheers mate. Order placed for the UH661V from John Lewis. Arrives on Thursday.

Can someone explain this to me. People on this site keep saying these LG tvs are not proper HDR10, but on the LG website it clearly states that HDR10 is called HDR Pro by them. Read it yourself. lg.com/us/…hdr So what is it then? Is this a true HDR 4k TV or not?

ChronosChris

Can someone explain this to me. People on this site keep saying these LG … Can someone explain this to me. People on this site keep saying these LG tvs are not proper HDR10, but on the LG website it clearly states that HDR10 is called HDR Pro by them. Read it yourself. http://www.lg.com/us/experience-tvs/hdr/4k-hdr So what is it then? Is this a true HDR 4k TV or not?



​I understand that this TV supports HDR10 in that it can process the 10 bit signal however it is only an 8 bit panel so you will not get the full benefit of HDR10 (you would need a 10 bit panel for that). I am by no means an expert however so someone with more knowledge on the topic may be able to elaborate.

jimmymcmahon1

​I understand that this TV supports HDR10 in that it can process the 10 b … ​I understand that this TV supports HDR10 in that it can process the 10 bit signal however it is only an 8 bit panel so you will not get the full benefit of HDR10 (you would need a 10 bit panel for that). I am by no means an expert however so someone with more knowledge on the topic may be able to elaborate.


your pretty much right!

How LG uses fuzzy math to label some of its LCD TVs as 4K

By replacing every fourth red, green, or blue subpixel with a white one, LG boosts the brightness of its 6100-, 6500-, and 6800-series models. The trick works, but it sacrifices resolution.
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