LG 43UJ750V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV  - NOW £419  AMAZON
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LG 43UJ750V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV - NOW £419 AMAZON

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Found 20th Mar
Same TV as hotukdeals.com/dea…755 which was £449 yesterday.

Now £419 - HOT HOT HOT !!!


  • Multi HDR with Dolby vision - television from the future; formatting technology enables LG TV to output all recognised high dynamic range algorithms, such as HLG, HDR 10, Dolby vision and technicolour; get the HDR experience, no matter what entertainment you're enjoying
  • Dolby vision - Dolby vision transforms your TV viewing experience with astonishing brightness, contrast and colour, with enhanced image enhancement and scene by scene optimisation you will see there is more to the HDR story with Dolby vision
  • Ultra luminance - expand your contrast range with ultra luminance; enjoy brighter whites and darker blacks thanks to local dimming technology which lifts the brightest scenes to new levels and the dark shadows to life
  • Aluminium frame design - masterfully modern design; a high quality aluminium material is wrapped around your television providing a striking premium construction; this sleek housing adds a touch of real class to any living room
  • Magic remote - access a growing world of entertainment on your LG Smart TV with the intuitive magic remote using point, scroll, gesture or voice commands
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Search in here earlier same model with 55 inches was shared it was £485 something in curry get 55 inches one
bozkurt18812 m ago

Search in here earlier same model with 55 inches was shared it was £485 …Search in here earlier same model with 55 inches was shared it was £485 something in curry get 55 inches one


Yeah right more pixelation with that size. 43 is near perfect.
Great deal
idrishussainw76 m ago

Yeah right more pixelation with that size. 43 is near perfect.


Yes you are right, I got last year Sony Xd800 43 series TV with hdr for my consoles, I regret after that, I wish I could have got 55 inches, just it is my felling and experience I would go with 55 inches
Edited by: "bozkurt1881" 20th Mar
i think you are saying the opposite. I was suggesting 43 to 49 inch should be ideal for 4k content. So by that standards the above posted is still a great deal. I have 32 inch sony 1080p 2013 model near perfection but i just ordered 49 inch sony xe900... model after 5 years for a change. Here in UK peeps and their bedroom sizes I doubt it anything over 43 is suitable, just my opinion ofcourse.
bozkurt18819 m ago

Yes you are right, I got last year Sony Xd800 43 series TV with hdr for my …Yes you are right, I got last year Sony Xd800 43 series TV with hdr for my consoles, I regret after that, I wish I could have got 55 inches, just it is my felling and experience I would go with 55 inches

Edited by: "idrishussainw7" 20th Mar
bozkurt18811 h, 47 m ago

Search in here earlier same model with 55 inches was shared it was £485 …Search in here earlier same model with 55 inches was shared it was £485 something in curry get 55 inches one


Problem with comments like that (and not just from you, many people do this) is that they forget to take into consideration where the TV is going to be installed.

I am after one for a bedroom. I wouldn't be able to put a 55" TV in that bedroom. I would however be OK with 40" and maybe 43".
That's a bloody good price.
No idea why people are voting cold (was at minus 54 when I wrote this) other than mistakenly thinking that the 55" version would be a better purchase for all scenarios.
As I said to the guy above, not everyone can stick a 55" TV in a bedroom, in which case a smaller TV is needed.
Right now, this is the best price for this model of TV and as I understand it, it is the best of the cheaper range (non-SUHD and non-OLED) of LG TVs.

This is a hot deal.
It always makes me chuckle that people comment 'go for 55", go for the biggest size'. As has been said, not everyone's requirements are the same. Not everyone can fit a massive TV in a room without it looking ridiculous and dominating.
I still have a 32 inch TV in my living room. Will be upgrading at some point, but probably won't go any bigger than 43". Horses for courses.
WRGB. Just saying 😋
Eldi44 m ago

WRGB. Just saying 😋


Shhhhh, don't confuse the 4K noobs even more
Bestard1 h, 44 m ago

That's a bloody good price.No idea why people are voting cold (was at …That's a bloody good price.No idea why people are voting cold (was at minus 54 when I wrote this) other than mistakenly thinking that the 55" version would be a better purchase for all scenarios.As I said to the guy above, not everyone can stick a 55" TV in a bedroom, in which case a smaller TV is needed.Right now, this is the best price for this model of TV and as I understand it, it is the best of the cheaper range (non-SUHD and non-OLED) of LG TVs.This is a hot deal.


Do you think it's better than the 40mu6400? Only curious as I'm shopping for one. Everything I read points me to Samsung.
Eldi1 h, 4 m ago

Do you think it's better than the 40mu6400? Only curious as I'm shopping …Do you think it's better than the 40mu6400? Only curious as I'm shopping for one. Everything I read points me to Samsung.


Dunno.
The Samsung has a VA panel which would suit me but the LG is larger.
I think the RGBW argument is probably irrelevant at this screen size.
Bestard1 h, 13 m ago

Dunno.The Samsung has a VA panel which would suit me but the LG is …Dunno.The Samsung has a VA panel which would suit me but the LG is larger.I think the RGBW argument is probably irrelevant at this screen size.


Maybeguess it depends how close you sit
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