LG 49UJ630V 49" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £399 @ prc
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LG 49UJ630V 49" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £399 @ prc

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Found 25th Nov
A vibrant and vivid picture from any angle
Our latest Ultra HD innovation is built into the unique IPS 4K panel meaning your entertainment is viewable from any angle without distortion


Multi HDR – see more of the HDR picture
Advanced formatting technology enables LG UHD TV to output many recognised High Dynamic Range algorithms, such as HLG and HDR 10. Get the HDR experience from more HDR sources.


Scale new heights of resolution
Take your entertainment to a new level with LG’s 4K Upscaler and HEVC decoder for 4K streaming.


LG Smart TV with webOS
The award winning LG Smart TV with Freeview Play : Enjoy catch-up TV from BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and Demand5, as well as movies and box sets on demand from Netflix, Amazon Video and NOW TV.


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9 Comments

Beware, this TV has very poor picture. If you're not sat right in front & in line, pic is dark & not clear. Returned mine.

no_Sunshine1 m ago

Beware, this TV has very poor picture. If you're not sat right in front & …Beware, this TV has very poor picture. If you're not sat right in front & in line, pic is dark & not clear. Returned mine.


Tv is class! What are you talking about!! Learn how to use it before you give bad feedback.

scott_summerfield18 m ago

Tv is class! What are you talking about!! Learn how to use it before you …Tv is class! What are you talking about!! Learn how to use it before you give bad feedback.


Hehe, really? Then I must be crazy that I sent this back.

This TV has the worst viewing angles one can get on an IPS panel. IPS is supposed to be 178 degrees of clear viewing either side of the TV, but the view starts deteriorating on this one after abt 120, 130 degrees; which means if you're not sat right in front of TV and in line of TV, picture is dark & fuzzy at the corners.

Do a test, look at TV screen from the sides & from the top & bottom and then look from straight in front (of course when TV is turned on).

Good luck!!

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no_Sunshine56 m ago

Hehe, really? Then I must be crazy that I sent this back.This TV has the …Hehe, really? Then I must be crazy that I sent this back.This TV has the worst viewing angles one can get on an IPS panel. IPS is supposed to be 178 degrees of clear viewing either side of the TV, but the view starts deteriorating on this one after abt 120, 130 degrees; which means if you're not sat right in front of TV and in line of TV, picture is dark & fuzzy at the corners.Do a test, look at TV screen from the sides & from the top & bottom and then look from straight in front (of course when TV is turned on).Good luck!!



these tvs are totally dependant on the lighting of the room as well I didn't see you mention that

imamod16 m ago

these tvs are totally dependant on the lighting of the room as well I …these tvs are totally dependant on the lighting of the room as well I didn't see you mention that


Most difference I noticed was in the night time, when room was pitch black. Personally found lighting during the day a bit less than adequate. But, the main issue was uneven lighting, i.e. you view tv from front & in line with your eyes = it usually looked fine. If you got up or were sat on the side (like our lounge is set up, sofas on either sides of TV), it was always noticeable that the middle of screen was bright but the sides very dark.

Hope this helps!

Better than Sony FHD Triluminos display model kdl49we753? ??

danflorin327 m ago

Better than Sony FHD Triluminos display model kdl49we753? ??


Not if the wide gamut is important to you, this is only standard gamut.

EndlessWaves24 m ago

Not if the wide gamut is important to you, this is only standard gamut.

I read a bit on some websites

"Some other TV technologies, like Sony's Triluminos or LG's Nano cell TVs, can also display WCG..."

I'm alright with this... thank you

I got this TV last week in the Co op deal and it’s great, so impressed and glad I got it. No issue viewing it from any part of the room.
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