LG 43UJ630V 43 inch 4K Wi-Fi Smart TV + 6 Year Guarantee £329 @ Richer Sounds
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LG 43UJ630V 43 inch 4K Wi-Fi Smart TV + 6 Year Guarantee £329 @ Richer Sounds

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Found 1st Jun
Good price considering the amount of guarantee here (6 Years) It's a 10bit (8bits + FRC) Panel, but for those going for a lower priced 4K TV, it seems rather good. Amazon did have it for £10 less not long ago BUT that had 12 months cover, so for the extra cash I don't think you can go far wrong.

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Pixel Resolution - 3840 x 2160
USB - x2
Wall Mount Required - VESA 200 X 200
Wireless Connection - Yes
Freeview Play - Yes
HDR - Yes
HDMI - x3
HDMI 2.0 - Yes

HDR now with HLG and HDR10 compatibility
This 43" LG TV is compatible with HDR10 and HLG for greater HDR playback potential. HDR extends the range of colours for enhanced realism. It also delivers brighter whites and darker blacks, helping to give this TV stunning levels of contrast. HDR10 and HLG formats are both covered. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

4K Ultra HD TV - Ultimate Detail
Thanks to 4K UHD screen resolution, the LG 43UJ630V offers stunning realism.The resolution is four times greater than the more conventional 1920 x 1080 Full HD TVs and it's a difference you can see clearly, with greatly improved realism and detail. Thanks to LG's 4K Resolution Upscaler, even standard FHD signals can be upscaled to near 4K clarity and detail - giving your Blu-rays anew lease of life.

webOS 3.5 - the critics' choice
Widely acclaimed as one of the best smart TV interfaces, LG's web OS 3.5 operating system is more refined than ever. Updates to the hardware means that web OS is 40% faster than before, making using it a seamless experience. Web OS 3.5 uses superimposed icons, folders and side bars for clear and easy access to smart content without leaving the current screen image.

Freeview Play for catch-up TV
Freeview Play makes catch-up TV easy. Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, the ITVHub, All4 and Demand 5 sitting alongside over 60TV Channels and up to 15 HD channels. Simply scroll back in your TV guide to watch shows you missed from the last 7 days. Just make sure your TV is connected to the internet and you're good to go.

Smart TV that includes all your favourite apps
The LG 43UJ630V comes packed with useful apps that look great on the big screen. The BBC iPlayer, YouTube, Now TV, Demand 5 and Netflix are just some of the VOD (Video On Demand) services that come as standard with the LG. There's also easy access to music sites like Spotify and Napster plus social sites Facebook and Twitter.

DLNA and Wi-Fi make this TV part of your home network
DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) compatibility means the 43UJ630V will seamlessly blend with your home network. With DLNA you can stream music or video from your laptop, PC or NAS drive. Thanks to built-in Wi-Fi, even connecting up is a breeze.
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Had price match for 49 inch 349 at john lewis
This or Samsung UE43MU6100? I've read that this LG has very bad blacks with them almost looking grey.
marshall_0991 h, 14 m ago

Had price match for 49 inch 349 at john lewis



Where did you price match it from? Which Retailer? Do you have a link you can share please?
sAmeri3 h, 47 m ago

This or Samsung UE43MU6100? I've read that this LG has very bad blacks …This or Samsung UE43MU6100? I've read that this LG has very bad blacks with them almost looking grey.


Got one of these , black is fine for me
Think this has RGBW pixel structure, so you dont get 3840 x RGB across the screen.
Is this better or worse than the one Sky are offering in the Sky Q deal? Looking for a budget 4K TV for the world cup under £400, my old 1080p is on the blink
Edited by: "craigthackerx" 1st Jun
CaptainKremmen2 h, 1 m ago

Think this has RGBW pixel structure, so you dont get 3840 x RGB across the …Think this has RGBW pixel structure, so you dont get 3840 x RGB across the screen.


wow what a con, just looked up RGBW and found this:
avsforum.com/for…tml
sAmeri1st Jun

This or Samsung UE43MU6100? I've read that this LG has very bad blacks …This or Samsung UE43MU6100? I've read that this LG has very bad blacks with them almost looking grey.


Samsung, all day long
marshall_0991st Jun

Had price match for 49 inch 349 at john lewis


I can’t find that deal , help me out
appletondan2nd Jun

I can’t find that deal , help me out


It was on bank holiday on rgb direct and had price match on JL
malhal1st Jun

wow what a con, just looked up RGBW and found …wow what a con, just looked up RGBW and found this:http://www.avsforum.com/forum/166-lcd-flat-panel-displays/2398506-rgb-vs-rgbw-lcd-4k-ultra-hd-designation.html


Interesting read - as you say, it's a complete con!
mattharvey222nd Jun

Samsung, all day long



Funny I'm a Samsung fan but the 6000 range has problems.. a quick google search will show them. Obviously not every TV but more than expected for Samsung
I got this TV around Christmas for £279 and honestly, I wish I hadn't. It's just that it's pretty dull, and the RGBW pixel arrangement is definitely noticeable to me when viewing 4K content. HDR on this set is pointless as you won't get the proper dynamic range, however it does support it anyway. It's not all bad though, the latency is super low so it's great for gaming, and the smart features are very good. YouTube, Netflix and other Entertainment apps load so quickly and you can map them to buttons on the remote, so one press of a button and you're there.

If you want a cheap TV that gets the job done and looks okay, go for this. But if you want great image quality, I'd advise you to get a different model.
Ok for a kids bedroom then?
greggwatson6 m ago

Ok for a kids bedroom then?


Yeah it's fine, I use it in my bedroom, if wanting it for a lounge or games room I'd go Samsung all day long
GamerBaz3 h, 8 m ago

I got this TV around Christmas for £279 and honestly, I wish I hadn't. I got this TV around Christmas for £279 and honestly, I wish I hadn't. It's just that it's pretty dull, and the RGBW pixel arrangement is definitely noticeable to me when viewing 4K content. HDR on this set is pointless as you won't get the proper dynamic range, however it does support it anyway. It's not all bad though, the latency is super low so it's great for gaming, and the smart features are very good. YouTube, Netflix and other Entertainment apps load so quickly and you can map them to buttons on the remote, so one press of a button and you're there.If you want a cheap TV that gets the job done and looks okay, go for this. But if you want great image quality, I'd advise you to get a different model.


GWYPF
Anyone picked up one of these? My old 42" Phillips packed in last week and I'm looking for something to use in the spare room for my Xbox One.
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