LG 49SJ810v 4k TV £599 Currys eBay 5 year warranty 5% cashback TCB
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LG 49SJ810v 4k TV £599 Currys eBay 5 year warranty 5% cashback TCB

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Found 11th Dec 2017Edited by:"FlahertyDeals"
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i recommend the 49SJ800V if it can be found for the same price.This is a 10bit (8bit+frc) the 800v is full 10bit
Rockboy2474 m ago

i recommend the 49SJ800V if it can be found for the same price.This is a …i recommend the 49SJ800V if it can be found for the same price.This is a 10bit (8bit+frc) the 800v is full 10bit


It's not man. They're both the same except a different stand
Edited by: "BraddersJ" 11th Dec 2017
Rockboy2474 m ago

i recommend the 49SJ800V if it can be found for the same price.This is a …i recommend the 49SJ800V if it can be found for the same price.This is a 10bit (8bit+frc) the 800v is full 10bit


They're identical in picture quality, this is just the Currys PC World exclusive variant with a different coloured case or whatever.
I also recommend 800v and own it but I’m sure it’s also 8+2 rather than than full 10 bit. Nice TV though, has its picture quirks but generally good for the money.
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Rockboy2477 m ago

i recommend the 49SJ800V if it can be found for the same price.This is a …i recommend the 49SJ800V if it can be found for the same price.This is a 10bit (8bit+frc) the 800v is full 10bit


Found for £649 with 5 year warranty at Crampton and Moore. Unfortunately, for me at least, shipping to Northern Ireland is an eye watering £79!!!
njdavis1034 m ago

I also recommend 800v and own it but I’m sure it’s also 8+2 rather than tha …I also recommend 800v and own it but I’m sure it’s also 8+2 rather than than full 10 bit.


I don't know why people are so keen on something that makes so little difference. If you want to buy a TV on it's stats then go for something important like it's contrast.
EndlessWaves3 m ago

I don't know why people are so keen on something that makes so little …I don't know why people are so keen on something that makes so little difference. If you want to buy a TV on it's stats then go for something important like it's contrast.


Well if you want to display HDR properly you idealy need a 10 bit display, 8 bit does not cut it.
BraddersJ11 m ago

It's not man. They're both the same except a different stand


I'm really curious on this as want 10 bit if possible.
EndlessWaves11 m ago

They're identical in picture quality, this is just the Currys PC World …They're identical in picture quality, this is just the Currys PC World exclusive variant with a different coloured case or whatever.


Didn't avforums run a load of tests and confirmed the 800 as 10bit but the 810 as 8bit+ ? I saw that linked on an older 800 post
Wouldn't be so sure about 5 years warranty if bought via ebay ...
pavel766 m ago

Wouldn't be so sure about 5 years warranty if bought via ebay ...


Says in description . eBay and PayPal guarantee and credit card section 75 protection
FlahertyDeals7 m ago

Says in description . eBay and PayPal guarantee and credit card section 75 …Says in description . eBay and PayPal guarantee and credit card section 75 protection


This is only description copied from Currys website, extended warranty is usually not offered if bought via ebay shop... better ask them first and make sure about this as dealing with Currys might not be your best experience in future
super hot deal if you get the cashback!
JeffsterRule2 m ago

Before people ask if it is really 4k then No tis …Before people ask if it is really 4k then No tis RGBW.https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3ab4b16


Is the lgsj800v do you know ?
ben19791 h, 36 m ago

Found for £649 with 5 year warranty at Crampton and Moore. Unfortunately, …Found for £649 with 5 year warranty at Crampton and Moore. Unfortunately, for me at least, shipping to Northern Ireland is an eye watering £79!!!


I get when some items are alot more and the seller has to use a courier (couriers charge alot for such destinations), but im sure i could send the tv with parcelforce for around £12 + insurance (maybe £20? all in) so theres not much of an excuse for such charges.
FlahertyDeals44 m ago

Is the lgsj800v do you know ?


You need to buy at least sj850v for true 4k tv
Raven_crow4 h, 0 m ago

Well if you want to display HDR properly you idealy need a 10 bit display, …Well if you want to display HDR properly you idealy need a 10 bit display, 8 bit does not cut it.


Sure, but what's that got to do with a 10-bit LCD panel?

This is a serious question, I'm not being silly.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 11th Dec 2017
Hello. I am reading a review of the other 800V here:

topuptv.co.uk/rev…tv/


And it says it can do 120hz. So i look on the currys page and the 810V does not advertise that feature. So does it have that too or not?
Both the 800V and the 810V are exactly the same panel. 8+FRC (10bit) and 120Hz. The only difference is the stand.
Gabriel95944 m ago

Both the 800V and the 810V are exactly the same panel. 8+FRC (10bit) and …Both the 800V and the 810V are exactly the same panel. 8+FRC (10bit) and 120Hz. The only difference is the stand.



you are wrong according to compare displayspecifications.com/en/…044
As others have said, the 800 is the one you want.
JeffsterRule3 h, 4 m ago

Before people ask if it is really 4k then No tis …Before people ask if it is really 4k then No tis RGBW.https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3ab4b16



JeffsterRule3 h, 4 m ago

Before people ask if it is really 4k then No tis …Before people ask if it is really 4k then No tis RGBW.https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3ab4b16


not if you cant accomidate the feet....
Raven_crow4 h, 28 m ago

Well if you want to display HDR properly you idealy need a 10 bit display, …Well if you want to display HDR properly you idealy need a 10 bit display, 8 bit does not cut it.


HDR isn't just about colour.
barylkaq46 m ago

you are wrong according to compare …you are wrong according to compare https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/fef518044



The displayspecifications site is wrong.

This is what LG had to say when I emailed them a while back.

Thank you for your query regarding your LG TV; I would be more than happy to assist you with this query today.

We have it listed as a 8bit+FCR panel. However we have recently noticed a decent number of reviewers and external technical websites stating this is a true 10 bit panel. This is a mistake on their end. This should be an 8+2 FCR panel."
Is there much difference between a 10bit and a 8+2bit?
SkilledNutter14 h, 8 m ago

Didn't avforums run a load of tests and confirmed the 800 as 10bit but the …Didn't avforums run a load of tests and confirmed the 800 as 10bit but the 810 as 8bit+ ? I saw that linked on an older 800 post


My post. Outcome was: Nothing concrete to suggest one is 10 bit & other 8+2. Both pretty much the same, just psychological IMO for some to suggest that one is 10 bit, because they bought it. This pattern is the reason why 800 is 50 quid more expensive.... Sellers knocked price up due to the misconception spread by some people on different forums/this one, after Black Friday.

810V will come down in price very soon. Currys needs to get rid of the stock they have, which is plenty as sales were poor because of what I said in the paragraph above
Edited by: "no_Sunshine" 12th Dec 2017
I bought the 65" version of this TV, it had horrific backlight bleed in the bottom right corner, I returned it the next day and bought an OLED instead. This was from Currys.

Just a heads up.
muttonman10 h, 30 m ago

Is there much difference between a 10bit and a 8+2bit?


Theoretically a native 10-bit LCD should show less banding without the side effects of dithering. In practice the dithering is too small to see with 4K pixels on a TV this size and the amount of banding is dominated by other causes.

It seems to be a difference only relevant to the engineers designing the TV, and not a large enough to have any improvement on the output compared with TVs that differ in other respects.

Except by proxy of course, 10-bit LCD panels are more expensive so they're generally fitted to more expensive TVs, and more expensive TVs are generally better overall.
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