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LG 49UH770V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 49" LED TV £549.98 Currys with code
LG 49UH770V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 49" LED TV  £549.98  Currys with code

LG 49UH770V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 49" LED TV £549.98 Currys with code

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Looks like a good price for this tv

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Better price with Samsung same spec at very
http://www.very.co.uk/samsung-ue49ku6400-49-inch-certified-ultra-hd-premium-4k-freeview-hd-led-smart-tv/1600078939.prd

Worth to open new account makes it £456

nihir

Better price with Samsung same spec at … Better price with Samsung same spec at veryhttp://www.very.co.uk/samsung-ue49ku6400-49-inch-certified-ultra-hd-premium-4k-freeview-hd-led-smart-tv/1600078939.prdWorth to open new account makes it £456



The spec of the LG is way better than the Samsung you have mentioned not close to "same spec"

gazman090970

The spec of the LG is way better than the Samsung you have mentioned not … The spec of the LG is way better than the Samsung you have mentioned not close to "same spec"


Not that better to shell out nearly £95 more, just my opinion.

nihir

Not that better to shell out nearly £95 more, just my opinion.




Sorry but more than worth the extra by a long way LG refresh rate 120 Hz Samsung 60 Hz,LG has local dimming the Samsung has none,Thr LG is a 8 bit plus FRC panel giving it the colour pallete of a 10 bit panel the Samsung is 8 bit, if the LG had a peak brightness of 1000 nits it would be a UHD Premium set as all the other ingredients are there.

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gazman090970

Sorry but more than worth the extra by a long way LG refresh rate 120 Hz … Sorry but more than worth the extra by a long way LG refresh rate 120 Hz Samsung 60 Hz,LG has local dimming the Samsung has none,Thr LG is a 8 bit plus FRC panel giving it the colour pallete of a 10 bit panel the Samsung is 8 bit, if the LG had a peak brightness of 1000 nits it would be a UHD Premium set as all the other ingredients are there.


+ Harman Kardon speakers in LG... different league overall

Have to agree...LG way better

gazman090970

Thr LG is a 8 bit plus FRC panel giving it the colour pallete of a 10 bit … Thr LG is a 8 bit plus FRC panel giving it the colour pallete of a 10 bit panel the Samsung is 8 bit



The KU6400 does have dithering.

EndlessWaves

The KU6400 does have dithering.



According to the displayspecification site it hasn't but i know it's been wrong before and your knowledge of Tv's at least on this site is second to none so i'll happily take your word.

gazman090970

Sorry but more than worth the extra by a long way LG refresh rate 120 Hz … Sorry but more than worth the extra by a long way LG refresh rate 120 Hz Samsung 60 Hz,LG has local dimming the Samsung has none,Thr LG is a 8 bit plus FRC panel giving it the colour pallete of a 10 bit panel the Samsung is 8 bit, if the LG had a peak brightness of 1000 nits it would be a UHD Premium set as all the other ingredients are there.



​you sound like you know what your on about so a quick question. looking to spend around 600-£700 but for 55" or bigger on richer sounds they have the LG 55UH770V for £769 is this a good tv/deal or do you recommend anything else. we're a big Samsung lover but a few people have said LG is the way to go for a 4k tv

tovtm

​you sound like you know what your on about so a quick question. looking t … ​you sound like you know what your on about so a quick question. looking to spend around 600-£700 but for 55" or bigger on richer sounds they have the LG 55UH770V for £769 is this a good tv/deal or do you recommend anything else. we're a big Samsung lover but a few people have said LG is the way to go for a 4k tv



The UH770 is probably as good as you can get that is sub UHD Premium certified if you could stretch a little further there is a deal posted here for the Samsung 55KS7000 for £849 it's entry level Premium certified and would be a step up from the LG,by the way i found the LG a bit cheaper here it comes with a five year warranty.

tovtm

​you sound like you know what your on about so a quick question. looking t … ​you sound like you know what your on about so a quick question. looking to spend around 600-£700 but for 55" or bigger on richer sounds they have the LG 55UH770V for £769 is this a good tv/deal or do you recommend anything else. we're a big Samsung lover but a few people have said LG is the way to go for a 4k tv



If you're spending OLED money then absolutely, and LG's cheaper models are often very attractively priced too.

Their high end LCDs like the 770, 850 and 950 don't stand out though. They're good TVs, especially at the current prices, but have one or two rough edges such as their local dimming implementation compared to similar TVs like the DX750 or M7000. They do excel in some areas like viewing angles though, so will be they will be the right choice for some people.

If you're interested in HDR then spend the extra £200 on a KS7000 (or £400 on an XD93). If you're not the Philips PUS6561 is worth a look too.

699 even better. is there a simple answer for what is uhd premium. I thought there was 4k then suhd that this LG Is. or is that the bits 8 and 10? the staff in John Lewis said unless you got 60" or bigger your eyes would be hard pushed to know the difference between 8 and 10 bit put side by side. but that are sales reps.

I just want a new tv to replace my 50" plasma that you can see absolutely every detail and almost lifelike image about like when you go into pc world Samsung have two tv's one 4k and one suhd side by side and one has incredible details

tovtm

is there a simple answer for what is uhd premium.



UHD premium is a badge a TV can display if it meets some of the requirements for a good HDR picture. Not all manufacturers use it.

tovtm

I thought there was 4k then suhd that this LG Is.



LG markets this as Super UHD. SUHD is a Samsung marketing term. Neither mean anything except denoting a range of TVs from that manufacturer.

tovtm

or is that the bits 8 and 10?



That's a complicated subject as it applies to different parts of the process. The important bit is that the TV accepts a 10-bit signal but as far as I'm aware all TVs available that advertise HDR do so.

Some people want to know whether the TV can display the full range of shades on a per-pixel basis or has to use multiple pixels of slightly different shades to produce it through dithering (FRC). As the JL staff say there's not a lot of difference between them for common sizes due to the excessive amounts of pixels a 4K TV has. I would suspect you'd need to go a lot bigger than 60" at common viewing distances.

tovtm

I just want a new tv to replace my 50" plasma that you can see absolutely … I just want a new tv to replace my 50" plasma that you can see absolutely every detail and almost lifelike image about like when you go into pc world Samsung have two tv's one 4k and one suhd side by side and one has incredible details



That's down to the quality of the TV and not a specific technology. A more expensive TV is typically better at fine details.
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