LG 49UF840V WHITE 4K UHD TV 49 inches £589 Sold by Tvsandmore and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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LG 49UF840V WHITE 4K UHD TV 49 inches £589 Sold by Tvsandmore and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Anyone watch this week's BBC Click? HDR (uses 10-bit colours rather than 8-bit, I believe) seems like must-have technology where 4k TVs are concerned. Is this one 4k HDR?

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EDIT: And link doesn't seem to be working for me:

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This link should work: amazon.co.uk/49U…NS/
Edited by: "3guesses" 16th Apr 2016
yeah I saw Click, and no this doesn't have HDR
3guesses

Anyone watch this week's BBC Click? HDR (uses 10-bit colours rather than … Anyone watch this week's BBC Click? HDR (uses 10-bit colours rather than 8-bit, I believe) seems like must-have technology where 4k TVs are concerned. Is this one 4k HDR?3gEDIT: And link doesn't seem to be working for me:This link should work: http://www.amazon.co.uk/49UF840V-LG-4K-UHD-TV/dp/B018XH78NS/



there's hardly any HDR content available though, i bought this TV recently, by the time there is a decent amout of HDR content i'll be ready for a new TV (2 or 3 years)
Rayza

there's hardly any HDR content available though, i bought this TV … there's hardly any HDR content available though, i bought this TV recently, by the time there is a decent amout of HDR content i'll be ready for a new TV (2 or 3 years)


As I understand it, there is very little 4k content full stop. I can't help but think that any 4k content that is produced from now on will be in HDR. Also, I believe they said on Click that the BBC are in a joint venture to deliver 4k HDR content (possibly next year?), but I was half asleep when I was watching it. As such, I would liken non-HDR 4k to "HD Ready" (as opposed to Full HD) a few years ago.
3guesses

As I understand it, there is very little 4k content full stop. I can't … As I understand it, there is very little 4k content full stop. I can't help but think that any 4k content that is produced from now on will be in HDR. Also, I believe they said on Click that the BBC are in a joint venture to deliver 4k HDR content (possibly next year?), but I was half asleep when I was watching it. As such, I would liken non-HDR 4k to "HD Ready" (as opposed to Full HD) a few years ago.



There is plenty of 4K content on Netflix but only one HDR video i believe. It really depends how often you get a new tv, i buy one every couple of years so it wasn't worth the extra money now but if you want the same tv for a long time then it's probably worth it.
Rayza

There is plenty of 4K content on Netflix but only one HDR video i … There is plenty of 4K content on Netflix but only one HDR video i believe. It really depends how often you get a new tv, i buy one every couple of years so it wasn't worth the extra money now but if you want the same tv for a long time then it's probably worth it.


Yes, horses for courses 8-)
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