LG 49js800v HDR 4k £584.10 @ Argos
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LG 49js800v HDR 4k £584.10 @ Argos

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Found 29th Oct
LG 49 js800v 4k HDR TV £584.10 with tvsave code . I believe it is HDR Dolby vision and 10 bit panel which makes this a great buy correct me if I'm wrong

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Smadmad4 m ago

Your wrong

My wrong what? Sentence does not compute.
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That stands is my only problem with this set.....

Original Poster

827mm between feet for people with that question

It's £649... Is there a code?

Yes read the description!

RGBW panel in case anyone is wondering.

Original Poster

add code tv save
Jabeat15 m ago

It's £649... Is there a code?


add code tvsave on check out

zebedee4ever3 m ago

RGBW panel in case anyone is wondering.

Is this a better or worse thing?

Those in the know would say it's a bad thing but you need to factor in the price. Only LG use this as far as I'm aware.

And unless someone is looking at the screen with a microscope, you'd not tell the difference at viewing distance most users will have with this size TV.

Good price for a 10 bit panel

HertzVR14 m ago

And unless someone is looking at the screen with a microscope, you'd not …And unless someone is looking at the screen with a microscope, you'd not tell the difference at viewing distance most users will have with this size TV.

Your wrong

HertzVR15 m ago

And unless someone is looking at the screen with a microscope, you'd not …And unless someone is looking at the screen with a microscope, you'd not tell the difference at viewing distance most users will have with this size TV.


This sounds like something that only an owner of an RGBW TV would make to alleviate buyer's remorse. (Not saying that's you, just an observation.)

There are plenty of comparisons online that make it clear that the drop in picture quality is quite evident in these displays, regardless of size.

Smadmad4 m ago

Your wrong

My wrong what? Sentence does not compute.

HertzVR5 m ago

My wrong what? Sentence does not compute.

You saying you need a microscope to see a difference between a rgb and rgbw. A rgbw panel isnt a native 4k panel it cheats. The difference is very obvious with the quality of a 4k picture between the 2.
Edited by: "Smadmad" 29th Oct

Noct1 h, 9 m ago

This sounds like something that only an owner of an RGBW TV would make to …This sounds like something that only an owner of an RGBW TV would make to alleviate buyer's remorse. (Not saying that's you, just an observation.)There are plenty of comparisons online that make it clear that the drop in picture quality is quite evident in these displays, regardless of size.


Having had this very TV for a few weeks before I returned it for something else I can say that you can't really tell an RGBW panel from a RGB one. What you can definitely notice though (if you're bothered about this sort of thing) is the poorer contrast of the IPS panel compared to a VA panel.

How much worse than a Samsung q7 is this ?

I like how people rip budget tvs apart.

How are they managing to suppress the poor reviews of this tv, everywhere I've seen has been overwhelmingly positive. The only negatives seem to be from people who don't own it, apart from the user above re: poor contrast. Has anyone got any official reviews or user reviews that say this TV is poor?

soulio18 m ago

Having had this very TV for a few weeks before I returned it for something …Having had this very TV for a few weeks before I returned it for something else I can say that you can't really tell an RGBW panel from a RGB one. What you can definitely notice though (if you're bothered about this sort of thing) is the poorer contrast of the IPS panel compared to a VA panel.

What do you have to compare it to? How can you tell there is no difference? Have you watched a 4k movie on this tv?

Spacevsgravity10 m ago

I like how people rip budget tvs apart.

I don't I'm understand the need for budget tv's but other manufacturers offer actual 4k panel tv, instead of cheating the paying public with substandard product.

I've just had to return a 4K LG tv today as the picture quality was really poor and appeared almost hazy despite trying various settings. My mums older non 4K LG appears much crisper 😞

This panel is real 10 bit, it's the 810v that's the 8 bit + FRC

Smadmad26 m ago

I don't I'm understand the need for budget tv's but other manufacturers …I don't I'm understand the need for budget tv's but other manufacturers offer actual 4k panel tv, instead of cheating the paying public with substandard product.

What is an actual 4k panel called? Im a noob and in search of a new TV so need to know what im looking for
Edited by: "skunkbcfc" 29th Oct

skunkbcfc9 m ago

What is an actual 4k panel called? Im a noob and in search of a new TV so …What is an actual 4k panel called? Im a noob and in search of a new TV so need to know what im looking for

If your looking for a 4k tv, just make sure firstly it's not a rgbw panel. A native 4k panel will display a rgb( red green blue) a rgbw includes white to try fool the eye into the amount of pixels on display. There is a lot more lol to buying a 4k tv.

Smadmad4 m ago

If your looking for a 4k tv, just make sure firstly it's not a rgbw panel. …If your looking for a 4k tv, just make sure firstly it's not a rgbw panel. A native 4k panel will display a rgb( red green blue) a rgbw includes white to try fool the eye into the amount of pixels on display. There is a lot more lol to buying a 4k tv.

Ok cool thanks im looking at a TV to go along with a Xbox one x .. Iv Been told about a q7 and xe90 so far

skunkbcfc3 m ago

Ok cool thanks im looking at a TV to go along with a Xbox one x .. Iv Been …Ok cool thanks im looking at a TV to go along with a Xbox one x .. Iv Been told about a q7 and xe90 so far

Both are good tv's I do like the xe90. Really good picture.

this lg 49inch or the 49inch sony for same price argos argos.co.uk/pro…109 or at co-op with free 5 year warranty

max1479 m ago

this lg 49inch or the 49inch sony for same price argos …this lg 49inch or the 49inch sony for same price argos http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6871109 or at co-op with free 5 year warranty

The sony

if anyone wondering what LG TV's have an RGBW panel and which dont

HDGURU

The whole article is worth reading, but a short snippet here, as it appears others use LG panels (Samsung incl) but don't disclose the RGBW ones like LG do.

Tim Alessi, LG Electronics home entertainment marketing director, told HD Guru prior to the show that RGBW panels will be used this year in all but two series of 4K Ultra HD LED LCD TVs, encompassing 14 core-line models.

“That’s everything except for the SJ8500 and SJ9500 series,” Alessi said.

LG has yet to announce model pricing for the 2017 TV lines, so we can’t point out specific price savings the use of RGBW will bring this year, though its use last year resulted in more affordable entry to mid-range 4K UHD price points in LG’s assortment.

The 2017 4K Ultra HD LED LCD TV series using RGBW panels include: the UJ6300, UJ6500, UJ7700 and SJ8000. The SJ8000 is part of LG’s premium Super UHD LED LCD assortment offering its advanced new Nano Cell LED LCD technology.

Kojo_Segu3 h, 50 m ago

That stands is my only problem with this set.....


I agree I prefer the middle ones

Any one seen the “TV police” on the comments??
Edited by: "skyebluebirch" 29th Oct

skyebluebirch4 m ago

Any one seen the “TV police” on the comments??

No don't think they have been in here.

Oh great another rgbw Faux K screen.

skyebluebirch19 m ago

I agree I prefer the middle ones


try the panasonic 4k tvs u can move the feet to suit stand

Ballsy1803 h, 47 m ago

Is this a better or worse thing?


Worse because it physically can't display 4K properly and it also means HDR means nothing as it can't do HDR properly anyway not according to the specification laid down for HDR. So it's entirely correct to say this TV fails to ratify itself as 4K and HDR capable, as it does neither.

4K and HDR is a massive pull the wool over the consumers eyes mess and LG are lapping it up.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 29th Oct

zebedee4ever4 h, 0 m ago

Those in the know would say it's a bad thing but you need to factor in the …Those in the know would say it's a bad thing but you need to factor in the price. Only LG use this as far as I'm aware.


I don't believe this is necessarily true, I'm sure I've heard some people say that some Samsung TVs also have this

I own this TV great sound and more than happy with the picture.

Smadmad2 h, 21 m ago

What do you have to compare it to? How can you tell there is no …What do you have to compare it to? How can you tell there is no difference? Have you watched a 4k movie on this tv?




I returned it and managed to get a second hand as new Samsung KS7000. It's got way better contrast than the LG but the viewing angles are certainly worse. The LG had good picture quality and 4K looked great on it. 4K HDR on The Tick on Amazon Video looked really good and I imagine a lot of people would be very happy with that TV. The worst thing about it is the overactive local dimming. I couldn't recommend it if you are the sort of person that will read too many articles and reviews and opinions and never be happy with it but I reckon the vast majority of people would actually think this TV is really good.
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