LG  43UJ630V  43" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV - £349 Online and £379 in store @ Currys PC World
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LG 43UJ630V 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV - £349 Online and £379 in store @ Currys PC World

£349£3798%Currys Deals
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Found 19th Feb
4K Ultra HD HDR
Catch-up & 4K Streaming with web
OSPicture quality: 100 Hz
Tuner: Freeview HD & Freesat HD with Freeview Play
Connectivity: HDMI 2.0.b x 4

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AJ923 m ago

£348.21: … £348.21: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B06XW3Z78R/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_3?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&psc=1


That works too, but my description gives you an extra £10 off.
Dillz_4 m ago

That works too, but my description gives you an extra £10 off.


So it would be £339?? If so should change title/price and add link to voucher.
Edited by: "AJ92" 19th Feb
AJ921 m ago

So it would be £339?? If so should change title/price and add link to …So it would be £339?? If so should change title/price and add link to voucher.


Well, it gives you a £10 voucher for Currys. So technically like a cash back to spend on them.
vouchercodes.co.uk/cur…608
Current selling price at all major retailers - not a deal... including Richersounds with 6 years warranty
Edited by: "pavel76" 19th Feb
pavel761 h, 1 m ago

Current selling price at all major retailers - not a deal... including …Current selling price at all major retailers - not a deal... including Richersounds with 5 years warranty


Samsung gives a default 5 year.
Dillz_16 m ago

Samsung gives a default 5 year.


Not true
Bought it for 240 from the eBay currys website with the 20% off code
Sqqqq4 m ago

Bought it for 240 from the eBay currys website with the 20% off code

Wow
Recently?
Neighbour has this with Netflix in 4K amazing oicture
Dillz_1 h, 54 m ago

Samsung gives a default 5 year.


Your post is for an LG and it doesn't seem to come with 5 years.
Edited by: "rapid111111" 19th Feb
rapid1111115 h, 37 m ago

Your post is for an LG and it doesn't seem to come with 5 years.


Apologies, forgot that
Shinobei10 h, 36 m ago

WowRecently?


the 20% off deal was recent. maybe a month or so ago, I wish I jumped on it because I saw it go live.
Shinobei19th Feb

WowRecently?


Yeh with the eBay 20% off code from the currys outlet on eBay. Came just like normal
I have this tv and its the best tv ive ever had the only thing i can say about it is the lay out of the up.down.left and right buttons i go to press up and a lot of the time i press the smart button because they are so close its only minor compared to all the good points and im enjoying netflix movies and shows in 4k plus the upscaling is great on all SD channels i would recommend this to anyone wanting a great picture on their tv
Edited by: "mickey_brock" 22nd Feb
Got a one month sub to Which? Before Christmas and this tv just misses out on a Best Buy. Best in its class according to them. I paid £379 tho. No brainier if your looking for a brilliant telly
mickey_brock2 h, 16 m ago

I have this tv and its the best tv ive ever had the only thing i can say …I have this tv and its the best tv ive ever had the only thing i can say about it is the lay out of the up.down.left and right buttons i go to press up and a lot of the time i press the smart button because they are so close its only minor compared to all the good points and im enjoying netflix movies and shows in 4k plus the upscaling is great on all SD channels i would recommend this to anyone wanting a great picture on their tv

What's the distance between the two stands? Thanks
mickey_brock4 h, 6 m ago

I have this tv and its the best tv ive ever had the only thing i can say …I have this tv and its the best tv ive ever had the only thing i can say about it is the lay out of the up.down.left and right buttons i go to press up and a lot of the time i press the smart button because they are so close its only minor compared to all the good points and im enjoying netflix movies and shows in 4k plus the upscaling is great on all SD channels i would recommend this to anyone wanting a great picture on their tv


Phew, PLEASE use full stops and apostrophes, here are a few for free..........................''''''
How does this compare against the UE40MU6400 in terms of picture quality?
Its going to be hooked up to a HTPC & virgin set top box so i dont need all the smart features.
How does this compare against the UE40MU6400 in terms of picture quality?
Its going to be hooked up to a HTPC & virgin set top box so i dont need all the smart features.
Teknikality23rd Feb

How does this compare against the UE40MU6400 in terms of picture …How does this compare against the UE40MU6400 in terms of picture quality?Its going to be hooked up to a HTPC & virgin set top box so i dont need all the smart features.


I have the UE40MU6400 and I must say it's a seriously impressive TV. Picture quality is fantastic, HDR albeit 8bit is a remarkable improvement in Netflix when compared to being switched off, and the OS and Apps are all very snappy. And the panel is a true 4k rather than 2.8K. Having said that, there are many people happy with this TV, WebOS is supposed to be very snappy and polished and importantly, you'll definitely notice the increase in screen real estate as three extra inches in the diagonal is a markedly higher square area. This also has Freeview Play which the Samsung lacks.

I still have an LG 47LH3000 from 6 years ago, used every day, and still running fine, touch wood. Hope the Samsung is equally reliable.
Edited by: "hcc27" 24th Feb
hcc2718 h, 58 m ago

I have the UE40MU6400 and I must say it's a seriously impressive TV. …I have the UE40MU6400 and I must say it's a seriously impressive TV. Picture quality is fantastic, HDR albeit 8bit is a remarkable improvement in Netflix when compared to being switched off, and the OS and Apps are all very snappy. And the panel is a true 4k rather than 2.8K. Having said that, there are many people happy with this TV, WebOS is supposed to be very snappy and polished and importantly, you'll definitely notice the increase in screen real estate as three extra inches in the diagonal is a markedly higher square area. This also has Freeview Play which the Samsung lacks. I still have an LG 47LH3000 from 6 years ago, used every day, and still running fine, touch wood. Hope the Samsung is equally reliable.


To be honest, i'm just waiting for a good deal to pop up to buy the MU6400, the wife said the biggest TV i can get is a 40" so its pretty much perfect, we are coming from a 7 year old 32" samsung with a huge bezel so its going to be a big step up.

I just saw this one and wondered if it was better, but i'm a big fan of samsung.
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