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LG 43UK6400PLF 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £399 from £549 @ Richer Sounds
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LG 43UK6400PLF 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £399 from £549 @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 9th Aug 2018
Seriously considering this or LG 49UJ630V for the same price, any suggestions which one I should go for ? 6 year warranty as standard
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is it me or does it look a bit chunky
Well I already had an older 3D LG and was more concerned about their previous reflective screens, not near a RS to see it.
mr_waazo09/08/2018 15:03

is it me or does it look a bit chunky


It's you. If you think that's clunky looking then check my big border Samsung 1080p out from about 5 years ago
34662497.jpgIt's a relic but still a good picture though

Edited by: "David_Livesey" 9th Aug 2018
David_Livesey09/08/2018 16:04

It's you. If you think that's clunky looking then check my big border …It's you. If you think that's clunky looking then check my big border Samsung 1080p out from about 5 years ago [Image] It's a relic but still a good picture though



i thought it was a mirror
balf1181182 m ago

i thought it was a mirror


It doubles as one when it's switched off
sorry guys let me rephrase that. a big backside!!
David_Livesey09/08/2018 16:04

It's you. If you think that's clunky looking then check my big border …It's you. If you think that's clunky looking then check my big border Samsung 1080p out from about 5 years ago [Image] It's a relic but still a good picture though


I think we have the same TV and Stand lol

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this or the non 4k version posted earlier for £200 more.
Toon_army1 h, 4 m ago

I think we have the same TV and Stand lol[Image]


I have the 43UK6300PLC when it was £249. What's the difference between this and that model? Other than the model number of course.
sangheili0809/08/2018 19:36

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I'm not sure if you're joking, but in case you're not they are the same thing
muscle2117 m ago

I'm not sure if you're joking, but in case you're not they are the same …I'm not sure if you're joking, but in case you're not they are the same thing


Ok, thanks
Seems to be the same price in Argos and John Lewis too, so not a an exceptional deal by any means.
idealstandard2 h, 30 m ago

Seems to be the same price in Argos and John Lewis too, so not a an …Seems to be the same price in Argos and John Lewis too, so not a an exceptional deal by any means.


I think the richer sounds 6 year warranty made it a hotter deal
Carson_Official09/08/2018 18:35

I have the 43UK6300PLC when it was £249. What's the difference between …I have the 43UK6300PLC when it was £249. What's the difference between this and that model? Other than the model number of course.


I got that myself but sold it on a week later. Brightness was poor and whites had kind of a blue hue. Couldn't calibrate it for the life of me. Shame as it was a bargain price
My sister wants a new 43” TV, so we looked at this in JL and then looked at the Samsung alongside it. Much better picture on the Samsung but it’s over £100 more expensive. As she has an older 32” Samsung and love the picture, she didn’t buy the LG.
Norman-B10/08/2018 07:11

My sister wants a new 43” TV, so we looked at this in JL and then looked a …My sister wants a new 43” TV, so we looked at this in JL and then looked at the Samsung alongside it. Much better picture on the Samsung but it’s over £100 more expensive. As she has an older 32” Samsung and love the picture, she didn’t buy the LG.


Any idea on which model the Samsung was as I'm looking at various Samsung one's?
David_Livesey8 h, 55 m ago

I got that myself but sold it on a week later. Brightness was poor and …I got that myself but sold it on a week later. Brightness was poor and whites had kind of a blue hue. Couldn't calibrate it for the life of me. Shame as it was a bargain price


Ah I knew it was only going to be entry level. It's just the bedroom TV so knowing it would be better than all no name TV's around that price I went for it.

I only have a Fire TV 4K connected to it and it's been great for 1080p / 4K content.
David_Livesey09/08/2018 16:04

It's you. If you think that's clunky looking then check my big border …It's you. If you think that's clunky looking then check my big border Samsung 1080p out from about 5 years ago [Image] It's a relic but still a good picture though



Relic? Really. I'm still happily running my Panasonic 32" @ 720 from 2006 and even I wouldn't call that a relic
Guardsmon2 h, 58 m ago

Relic? Really. I'm still happily running my Panasonic 32" @ 720 from 2006 …Relic? Really. I'm still happily running my Panasonic 32" @ 720 from 2006 and even I wouldn't call that a relic


Yeah I'm joking really. My Samsung is still a good tv. It's just looks dated next to these with the slim bezels and they are so thin
David_Livesey10/08/2018 07:46

Any idea on which model the Samsung was as I'm looking at various Samsung …Any idea on which model the Samsung was as I'm looking at various Samsung one's?


I was looking at the lg 6300 vs the Samsung 7200. Just took delivery of the Samsung yesterday and happy with it. It’s about £100 more but Was an open box tho so bought it down to the same price.
casual33348 m ago

I was looking at the lg 6300 vs the Samsung 7200. Just took delivery of …I was looking at the lg 6300 vs the Samsung 7200. Just took delivery of the Samsung yesterday and happy with it. It’s about £100 more but Was an open box tho so bought it down to the same price.


I'm looking at Samsung series 6 & 7. Will wait till some good offers come up for the 7 series i think. I know the picture will be good on both but i need it good for fast motion and gaming
David_Livesey09/08/2018 16:04

It's you. If you think that's clunky looking then check my big border …It's you. If you think that's clunky looking then check my big border Samsung 1080p out from about 5 years ago [Image] It's a relic but still a good picture though


Iv got that TV and its at least 10 years old if not more. One of the first 1080p tvs. Still going strong after a bang to the top left to get the picture back
jamesturner28078314 m ago

Iv got that TV and its at least 10 years old if not more. One of the first …Iv got that TV and its at least 10 years old if not more. One of the first 1080p tvs. Still going strong after a bang to the top left to get the picture back


Yeah when i think about it i guess it would be older than 5 years. I'd like to upgrade it but i know that a lot of 4k TV's even the top brands (at my price point £500) display poor overall images. As i remember this Samsung required very little calibration out of the box whereas the lg i got in January required serious calibration and i got fed up with it after a week hence i sold it on
Guardsmon6 h, 18 m ago

Relic? Really. I'm still happily running my Panasonic 32" @ 720 from 2006 …Relic? Really. I'm still happily running my Panasonic 32" @ 720 from 2006 and even I wouldn't call that a relic


I'very got a 26" 720p Panny from '06 which is still going strong.
muscle2109/08/2018 19:53

I'm not sure if you're joking, but in case you're not they are the same …I'm not sure if you're joking, but in case you're not they are the same thing



No, they are not. UHD is not "full" 4k (i.e., DCI 4k) (which is what I guess the person meant).

UHD is 3840 X 2160
Full DCI 4k is 4096 x 2160
Edited by: "gizmo2501" 10th Aug 2018
Sorry, I didn’t look at details of Samsung as it was more than she wanted to spend. The Samsung picture was so much better though
Looks decent for the money, might swing by RS and check it out thanks.
gizmo250110/08/2018 20:44

No, they are not. UHD is not "full" 4k (i.e., DCI 4k) (which is what I …No, they are not. UHD is not "full" 4k (i.e., DCI 4k) (which is what I guess the person meant).UHD is 3840 X 2160Full DCI 4k is 4096 x 2160


UHD and 4K are one of the same and that's what you'll be buying at the shops, 3840 x 2160. Full DCI is a cinema resolution.
muscle2112/08/2018 18:02

UHD and 4K are one of the same and that's what you'll be buying at the …UHD and 4K are one of the same and that's what you'll be buying at the shops, 3840 x 2160. Full DCI is a cinema resolution.



Yes, but "full" 4k and UHD are not the same, which is what he was asking. He just didn't know that "full 4k" is called "DCI 4k".
Edited by: "gizmo2501" 13th Aug 2018
gizmo250113/08/2018 06:08

Yes, but "full" 4k and UHD are not the same, which is what he was asking. …Yes, but "full" 4k and UHD are not the same, which is what he was asking. He just didn't know that "full 4k" is called "DCI 4k".


We are talking about buying a tv in a shop. DCI 4K isn't in the shops. UHD has a 4K resolution and is referred to as 4K for easy reference. The poster simply didn't know the meanings, but actually when you pop into Currys 4K and UHD will buy you the same telly. What makes display DCI 4k?
muscle212 h, 53 m ago

We are talking about buying a tv in a shop. DCI 4K isn't in the shops. UHD …We are talking about buying a tv in a shop. DCI 4K isn't in the shops. UHD has a 4K resolution and is referred to as 4K for easy reference. The poster simply didn't know the meanings, but actually when you pop into Currys 4K and UHD will buy you the same telly. What makes display DCI 4k?


The guy asked if this was full 4k. If there are two versions of 4k, which there are, then the one which is smaller is not "full" 4k. It does not matter what Curry's are selling as "4k", it matters what he asked, and he asked if it was "full 4k".

There is a difference, and that is what I was pointing out. Yes, the vast majority of units will be UHD, not DCI. But that does not mean they are "full" 4k. ... Which is what he asked about.

Thanks.
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