LG 49SJ800V 49-Inch Super UHD Premium 4K HDR Smart LED TV £606.11 @ buyur
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LG 49SJ800V 49-Inch Super UHD Premium 4K HDR Smart LED TV £606.11 @ buyur

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Found 31st Jan
####UPDATE####

******Do NOT buy from BUYUR***

Well I bought one from them and they are a nightmare should have taken notice of trust pilot. Luckily I paid via PayPal and am claiming my money back from them

You’ve been warned!!!


Almost the cheapest its been and a highly recommended TV judging by the reviews.

Buyur have limited stock (called and confirmed) and looking at reviews on trustpilot they have struggled with stock in the past. You are protected with Paypal however. Since placing my order - they called and confirmed my address for delivery tomorrow so looking good!

Couldnt find anywhere that would do the pricematch (tried richersounds, no stock in JL, tried a couple of others too).

Note - there is a new site "rawgadgetltd.co.uk" which is advertising this one for £545 (and the 810v version for £500). Site is really new, based out the states and has a very short DNS life (according to whois). Only takes credit card payments. I called them and just went through to an answer phone saying the "customer" wasnt available. Emailed them and no reply (not even a "you're enquiry has been received"). Sounds a bit suspicions to me so I didnt take the chance

Product information

Bask in the astonishing colours of LG's Super UHD 4K TV, the SJ800. Hyper-detailed 4K UHD resolution combines with Dolby Vision HDR to produce a billion rich colours that will blow you away. LG's Nano Cell display ensures a stunningly lifelike picture of pin-point colour accuracy and contrast, from any angle. Use LG’s award-winning webOS 3.5 Smart platform to stream shows from such apps as Netflix, the intuitive Magic Remote to navigate, and bring a touch of elegance to your living room with its ultra slim design. Whatever you are watching, it will get a Super UHD 4K makeover on this masterpiece of modern entertainment.
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I have the 810 version from Curry's and it's a real great Tv. Probably not as HDR as some as its only 8bit, but the picture is fantastic and the webos interface is much better than the alternatives
RGBW Panel on this which is a big let down at this price point IMO.
Pepp7736 m ago

RGBW Panel on this which is a big let down at this price point IMO.


Yup, not even 4K resolution when you factor this.

LG are deceiving with their marketing IMO.
beret4breakfast3 h, 19 m ago

I have the 810 version from Curry's and it's a real great Tv. Probably not …I have the 810 version from Curry's and it's a real great Tv. Probably not as HDR as some as its only 8bit, but the picture is fantastic and the webos interface is much better than the alternatives


No, it's 10-bit like all other HDR TVs advertised today. It was only some of the early 2015 HDR that only accepted an 8-bit signal.

(it's probably got an 8-bit LCD panel, but that's not a significant factor for HDR at this level).
EndlessWaves1 h, 30 m ago

No, it's 10-bit like all other HDR TVs advertised today. It was only some …No, it's 10-bit like all other HDR TVs advertised today. It was only some of the early 2015 HDR that only accepted an 8-bit signal.(it's probably got an 8-bit LCD panel, but that's not a significant factor for HDR at this level).


See from the arguments I've seen on here the consensus seems to be it's 8bit. I don't care as the picture is great
According to richer sounds its 10 bit
TV is ready for most of your devices as well. It’s also ready for any more advanced (and future) devices with the screen being comprised of a 10-bit panel and 4K capable with support for all three forms of HDR (HDR10, Dolby Vision and HLG), making it an excellent option to watch your 4K Blu-Rays on
blog.richersounds.com/pro…tv/
beret4breakfast1 h, 31 m ago

See from the arguments I've seen on here the consensus seems to be it's …See from the arguments I've seen on here the consensus seems to be it's 8bit. I don't care as the picture is great


An 8-bit LCD panel yes but as I say that's not a significant factor in HDR. The important hardware changes for HDR are the backlight, not the LCD panel. It's colour gamut and local dimming system.
EndlessWaves1 h, 59 m ago

An 8-bit LCD panel yes but as I say that's not a significant factor in …An 8-bit LCD panel yes but as I say that's not a significant factor in HDR. The important hardware changes for HDR are the backlight, not the LCD panel. It's colour gamut and local dimming system.


Fair enough. That said, the local dimming on this only has like 16 sections so is not great, I just turn it to low.
A 10-Bit panel is a significant factor in HDR as without it you cannot get the extra range of colour reproduction that makes the HDR have the High Dynamic Range it's letters stand for.
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