LG 43UJ630V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) - £349 @ Amazon
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LG 43UJ630V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) - £349 @ Amazon

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Found 28th Dec 2017
Are you looking for an affordable 4K Smart TV that is latest and has the latest features in it? Then you might want to check out LG’s latest 4K Smart TV from their 2017 model lineup, the LG 43UJ630V. It’s an UltraHD 4K Smart TV that features the latest trend and technology on 4K TVs such as HDR, Smart TV, IPS, Upscaling, and much more.

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I bought this and wish I hadn't. The backlight is poor, so unless you have it set to 100% the screen is very dark. Colour reproduction is also poor in my opinion. Compared to my old Samsung it was like watching tv whilst wearing a pair of sepia tinted sunglasses. You will see some reviews complaining that the image has no 'pop'. That's a pretty accurate description. The positioning of the feet means you need a very wide tv stand if not wall mounting, and the position of the speakers on the underside of the chasis makes the sound quite poor if on a stand as well. It's a shame because the spec is otherwise very good for the money, and the WebOS is fantastic. I sent mine back and have ordered the Samsung UE40MU6120 instead.
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I bought this and wish I hadn't. The backlight is poor, so unless you have it set to 100% the screen is very dark. Colour reproduction is also poor in my opinion. Compared to my old Samsung it was like watching tv whilst wearing a pair of sepia tinted sunglasses. You will see some reviews complaining that the image has no 'pop'. That's a pretty accurate description. The positioning of the feet means you need a very wide tv stand if not wall mounting, and the position of the speakers on the underside of the chasis makes the sound quite poor if on a stand as well. It's a shame because the spec is otherwise very good for the money, and the WebOS is fantastic. I sent mine back and have ordered the Samsung UE40MU6120 instead.
Zero_Zuul28th Dec 2017

I bought this and wish I hadn't. The backlight is poor, so unless you have …I bought this and wish I hadn't. The backlight is poor, so unless you have it set to 100% the screen is very dark. Colour reproduction is also poor in my opinion. Compared to my old Samsung it was like watching tv whilst wearing a pair of sepia tinted sunglasses. You will see some reviews complaining that the image has no 'pop'. That's a pretty accurate description. The positioning of the feet means you need a very wide tv stand if not wall mounting, and the position of the speakers on the underside of the chasis makes the sound quite poor if on a stand as well. It's a shame because the spec is otherwise very good for the money, and the WebOS is fantastic. I sent mine back and have ordered the Samsung UE40MU6120 instead.


Interesting, did you configure the settings of the tv too? I went into store to look at an LG yesterday and it was dull looking until I played around with the settings, yet it still didn’t look as good as a Sony though.
What would be a better option 40-43’ same price range £300-ish?
Yeah! That is interesting DannyBoy. Friend of mine has LG but 49'' image from Xbox games was stunning! Only his 49" in small room was too big. As all ways we have choices and mine choice would be LG.
Beware, this has terrible viewing angles. If you're not sat right in front, picture appears very dark, specially from the sides. Returned mine.
Edited by: "no_Sunshine" 28th Dec 2017
I returned my 43” LG a few months ago, wasn’t impressed at all with the picture. Exchanged for a Samsung, although like khy50 says no where near as good as a Sony
darecy57 m ago

What would be a better option 40-43’ same price range £300-ish?


Samsung 40mu6400; posted here for £349 from PRC Direct. Can get price matched as well
Is it worth paying £60 more for the MU6400 over the mu6120 from RGB direct. Got John Lewis to price match the £289 price
Edited by: "jona77" 28th Dec 2017
Well these comments have put me off
Was really tempted. This has everything I'm looking for..... freeview/Freesat. Nowtv, netflix and Amazon and the ability to load plex. But the comments have put me off massively.
Edited by: "rich139luck" 28th Dec 2017
£279 via AO retail on eBay with 20% off code.
I didn't think the picture was too bad really after messing with the settings, it was what I expected of a TV around this price range. However as I mentioned in another deal for this model - the one I got had a big problem with image retention - the rtings review seems to mention it too rtings.com/tv/…300. Consequently I don't recommend this to anyone who wants to use it for gaming, I went with a Samsung UE40MU6400 instead.
Edited by: "Zafir" 28th Dec 2017
khy504 h, 56 m ago

Interesting, did you configure the settings of the tv too? I went into …Interesting, did you configure the settings of the tv too? I went into store to look at an LG yesterday and it was dull looking until I played around with the settings, yet it still didn’t look as good as a Sony though.


Yeah, I followed a couple of online guides on how to get the best image quality, but none of them really worked for me. Better than it was out of the box, but still looked rubbish compared to my 7 year old Samsung.
got mine from richersounds black friday, and im very happy with it plus it has emby app and that makes things better.

i think some people expect too much for too little remeber this is only a entery level model and i watched 4k blueplante it was awesome
Im happy with mine havent watched much on my g-sync monitor since getting this, although i would never dream of gaming on it
jona779 h, 37 m ago

Is it worth paying £60 more for the MU6400 over the mu6120 from RGB …Is it worth paying £60 more for the MU6400 over the mu6120 from RGB direct. Got John Lewis to price match the £289 price


Personally couldn't see any difference in the picture quality when I looked at them both in Currys, hence why I went for the cheaper one. But there is a recent deal post elswhere on HUKD for either the 6400 or 6120 where someone listed the difference in the features in case any really matter to you.
Edited by: "Zero_Zuul" 28th Dec 2017
Zero_Zuul28th Dec 2017

Personally couldn't see any difference in the picture quality when I …Personally couldn't see any difference in the picture quality when I looked at them both in Currys, hence why I went for the cheaper one. But there is a post elswhere on HUKD for either the 6400 or 6120 where someone listed the difference in the features in case any really matter to you.

cheers for reply but ended up buying a Sony 43” 4K hdr off eBay using the 20% code
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