LG 49UF695V Smart Ultra HD 4k 49" £489 @ Appliance Electronics
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LG 49UF695V Smart Ultra HD 4k 49" £489 @ Appliance Electronics

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Found 29th Dec 2015
Offering the Ultra HD 4k resolution for stunning viewing, the LG 49UF695V Smart Ultra HD 4k 49" LED TV delivers high quality entertainment. It includes built-in WiFi to make connecting to the internet a breeze.

Ultra HD 4k resolution

The 49UF695V boasts the Ultra HD 4k resolution that packs an impressive 8.3 million pixel onto its 49" screen. This provides you with the best possible detail - up to four times the resolution of Full HD.

The IPS technology means that everyone gets a great view of the screen, wherever they're sitting. It delivers stunning true colour from any angle, so you can enjoy all of your content.

It also includes a 4k upscaler that converts lower resolution entertainment to near 4k standard. It uses a six-step image processing technology to upgrade the images, so you can enjoy everything in high detail.

Smarter viewing

The LG webOS Smart TV platform means that you can enjoy the best internet content on the 49UF695.
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this is a different model number when you go to site
Thanks for pointing that out its actually the 49UF695V not the 49UF680V
1 year warranty on a tv is very poor
wozukSilencer

1 year warranty on a tv is very poor



​That's good it comes with a 5 year one then.
is this a better model than the currys one that is already upto 800 degrees on here
Zatos

Here u go for the 5 years but it's actually £10 … Here u go for the 5 years but it's actually £10 more.http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/ProductQuickViewMobile.asp?SKUNumber=126853&Model=49UF695V


This is Hot but Cold for Appliance Electronics for 1 yr joke warranty.
Zatos

​That's good it comes with a 5 year one then.


http://s21.postimg.org/4ugg60pxz/image.jpg
Edited by: "wozukSilencer" 29th Dec 2015
princeprecious

This is Hot but Cold for Appliance Electronics for 1 yr joke warranty.



​Worth the extra tenner for sure.
Just to add you also get a free 1.5m hdmi cable of you buy with 5 years warranty. Just click package saving and add the hdmi
Zatos

​Worth the extra tenner for sure.


This is £10 cheaper
its worth it!
This TV seems to have it all. No reviews on Amazon but found plenty of positives here:

pricerunner.co.uk/pr/…ews

4.5 out of 5 stars on Price Runner from 35 reviews !!

And I'd defo go for the same TV with the 5 year warranty for £10 more!

rgbdirect.co.uk/Pro…95V

I'm surprised there's not more buzz around this deal - maybe I'm missing something ?!!
How does this compare to the Hisense HE50KEC315UWTS here?

amazon.co.uk/gp/…s00
Edited by: "strocky" 30th Dec 2015
grajac123

is this a better model than the currys one that is already upto 800 … is this a better model than the currys one that is already upto 800 degrees on here



​as far as I can tell this one has an extra HDMI and USB port according to this kagoo.co.uk/TVs…tml
I bought this TV from John Lewis in October and initially I was very disappointed with the picture and colour rendering out of the box and with the various standard settings. Motion blur and washed out colours didn't impress me especially given that at the time I paid upwards of £600 for it - after *a lot* of tweaking with the motion blur and colour settings it's fine now (although still not as natural a picture as the Samsung plasma it replaved) so I personally can't justify the 4* plus ratings I've seen left on John Lewis and others. Don't get me wrong the HD picture quality is much better on a 4k TV than a HD TV alone but I just wasn't prepared for the crap out-of-box experience. On the flip side it's a good TV overall with Smart features plus the ability to record TV (using an external hard drive or USB stick) and this price is particularly good, so heat added for that.
In addition, I'm finding the viewing angles are poor also - fine if you're looking directly at the panel and your eyeline is at the same level, but any lateral or vertical movement for instance viewing at a slightly elevated and angled position has the effect of looking a sort of sheen on the display - something like looking at a cheap computer laptop display with similarly poor viewing angles. Truth be told I wish I'd kept the packaging as by now if it wasn't so much of a hassle looking for a replacement I would have used the John Lewis 90 day return policy and sent it back - I guess however unless I spend much more on an OLED TV all 4k LED/LCD TVs have some problem or other. Sorry if this sounds negative - the deal itself looks good, but forewarned is forearmed.
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