LG 43UJ630V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £369 @ Amazon
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LG 43UJ630V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £369 @ Amazon

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Found 15th Nov
Probably not the best telly in the world, but it’s the cheapest I’ve seen it.

Edit: Just got a bit cheaper. Was £369 now £359.

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fattyuk9 m ago

43inch? what is this 2005?




Not even close, mate. 43 inches equates to 1092.2 millimetres.

PS Same price at Richer sounds with an extra year's warranty.

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Edited by: "bellboys" 15th Nov
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“ probably not the best telly in the world “

For those that buy it they’ll probably tell you it is.

Heat added

Any good for Xbox would anyone say?

Worth mentioning that it comes with 5 years breakdown cover.

Is this really HDR?

There's obviously better TV's, that's always going to be the case, but it all depends on your budget. Not everyone wants to or can afford to spend over £500 and is just after a decent quality 4K TV that does what they need it to. I've seen a few deals that have been posted recently... between an LG and an Hisense, generally speaking, which has the better picture/build quality? Or does it all depend on the model?

Seems a good price and I'd personally buy this rather than a Hisense as I've had a few LG screens and they've all been reliable.

43inch? what is this 2005?

fattyuk1 m ago

43inch? what is this 2005?

Haha well its a great size for a bedroom tele which I'm currently after.

fattyuk9 m ago

43inch? what is this 2005?




Not even close, mate. 43 inches equates to 1092.2 millimetres.

PS Same price at Richer sounds with an extra year's warranty.

richersounds.com/lg-…tml
Edited by: "bellboys" 15th Nov

amazon.co.uk/His…T8/

Seems pretty similar (Description says it has HDR too). The main differance i can find is Energy Class B compared to Class A. Anyone got reccomendations on which one to buy considering this is £40 cheaper?
Edited by moderator: "trimmed link" 15th Nov

I won't buy LG tv again they are not very good unfortunately. I prefer Samsung

Have they fixed the overheating issue which make them crash and reboot ?

You never see these things prior to buying a set, even when you look at the reviews.

emrahsener5417 m ago

I won't buy LG tv again they are not very good unfortunately. I prefer …I won't buy LG tv again they are not very good unfortunately. I prefer Samsung


LG are well known for making the best LED TVs right now. In fact they are only of the only ones. Toshiba, Panasonic, Sony and Philips TVs are all LG panels. Samsung are not really working on LED despite it being the future, they are trying to push their own QLED tech, which is not actually LED at all IIRC.

If you have the chance, always for LG over the others, they make the best LED TVs.

garyjewula156 m ago

Is this really HDR?


That's not the best question to ask as all HDR support is partial, some TVs just have a wider colour and brightness range than others. Where 'real' HDR starts is rather subjective. The first noticable difference in some scenes? The first noticable difference in all scenes? The UHD Premium certification? The 100% DCI-P3 and 4000 nit portion of the HDR range that the best current content is being mastered to?

Having said all that, with any but the broadest of definitions the answer for this TV would be no.

ElRed9 m ago

LG are well known for making the best LED TVs right now. In fact they are …LG are well known for making the best LED TVs right now. In fact they are only of the only ones. Toshiba, Panasonic, Sony and Philips TVs are all LG panels. Samsung are not really working on LED despite it being the future, they are trying to push their own QLED tech, which is not actually LED at all IIRC. If you have the chance, always for LG over the others, they make the best LED TVs.



I had one same as this sold it after 2 mo this use I wasn't impressed with the quality bought 4k curved samsung pretty happy with it.

Surely LG does good tvs but not at this price range.

jordo32111 h, 36 m ago

Any good for Xbox would anyone say?

I think the refresh rate is poor

ElRed38 m ago

LG are well known for making the best LED TVs right now. In fact they are …LG are well known for making the best LED TVs right now. In fact they are only of the only ones. Toshiba, Panasonic, Sony and Philips TVs are all LG panels. Samsung are not really working on LED despite it being the future, they are trying to push their own QLED tech, which is not actually LED at all IIRC. If you have the chance, always for LG over the others, they make the best LED TVs.


I don't agree with that. I have an LG TV (850v) and its great, but they're pushing the rgbw panels in most of their 2017 lines and the quality of them is shocking compared to previous years, poor colour reproduction, crap uniformity, naff backlighting. Only peak brightness has improved. None of the rgbw panels would meet HDR premium specifications, even budget screens from Sony last year are superior.

LG Display make fantastic oled screens, hence why Philips and others are now using them (much to LGs annoyance), but tbh you're better off with a hisense set than something like this. Will be 4k capable for a start.

malcster13 m ago

I think the refresh rate is poor

60hz is all you need for a console.

ElRed15th Nov

LG are well known for making the best LED TVs right now. In fact they are …LG are well known for making the best LED TVs right now. In fact they are only of the only ones. Toshiba, Panasonic, Sony and Philips TVs are all LG panels. Samsung are not really working on LED despite it being the future, they are trying to push their own QLED tech, which is not actually LED at all IIRC. If you have the chance, always for LG over the others, they make the best LED TVs.

You mean OLED panels are made by LG. (you're missing the 'O') Samsungs QLED screens are lcd LED (Quantum dot)panels.

jaydeeuk115th Nov

I don't agree with that. I have an LG TV (850v) and its great, but they're …I don't agree with that. I have an LG TV (850v) and its great, but they're pushing the rgbw panels in most of their 2017 lines and the quality of them is shocking compared to previous years, poor colour reproduction, crap uniformity, naff backlighting. Only peak brightness has improved. None of the rgbw panels would meet HDR premium specifications, even budget screens from Sony last year are superior. LG Display make fantastic oled screens, hence why Philips and others are now using them (much to LGs annoyance), but tbh you're better off with a hisense set than something like this. Will be 4k capable for a start.


I'm not sure how annoyed LG would be considering they're the ones supplying the panels.

jrk451 m ago

I'm not sure how annoyed LG would be considering they're the ones …I'm not sure how annoyed LG would be considering they're the ones supplying the panels.


Not the same company.

jaydeeuk138 m ago

Not the same company.


Who else makes large OLED panels?

jrk41 h, 6 m ago

Who else makes large OLED panels?


LG display make the panels, LG electronics puts them in and sells the TVs. LG electronics are unhappy that LG Display are allowing panasonic, philips et al to purchase their OLED panels.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 23rd Nov

jaydeeuk13 h, 9 m ago

LG display make the panels, LG electronics puts them in and sells the TVs. …LG display make the panels, LG electronics puts them in and sells the TVs. LG electronics are unhappy that LG Display are allowing panasonic, philips et al to purchase their OLED panels.


oh ok. I didn't know that, thanks. So, in a way, LG are annoyed at themselves (or are they entirely separate companies?)
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