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LG 49UK6200PLA 49" 4K Ultra HD UHD Smart LED TV £287.20 @ Hughes Direct eBay (Using code)
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LG 49UK6200PLA 49" 4K Ultra HD UHD Smart LED TV £287.20 @ Hughes Direct eBay (Using code)

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Posted 16th Jul

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A nice looking price for a 49" 4K TV You will need to apply the code "PARTY" at checkout to lower the price to £287.20 from £359.00


The 49UK6200PLA from LG allows you to have the perfect picture which is full of excellent features. You can really indulge yourself for hours on end with all of the content this TV has to offer all on a 49 screen and its resolution is perfect for bigger living rooms.

The awe inspiring 4K resolution comes with 8 million pixles this gives you a far greater detail than you have ever seen before. You will also have access to smart TV content and it will allow you to use a wide range of multimedia apps directly on your TV screen.

The integrated DVB-S2 tuner means you can easily pick up a satellite signal all for an exceptional coverage and a wide choice of programmes. Bluetooth mode means you can pair the television with any other device such as a mouse keyboard or mobile.

You can also use the USB port for you to enjoy all of favourite movies and photos all with an external disk or memory stick it also comes with USB recording all for added functionality.
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  • 4K Ultra HD
  • Smart TV
  • Dolby Digital Audio
  • Freeview HD Tuner
  • Quad Core Processor
  • TV Energy Efficiency Class A
  • Screen Size in 49
  • Screen Type LED
  • Smart TV
  • Wi-fi: Built-In
  • Screen Resolution 4K Ultra HD
  • Refresh Rate 50Hz
  • Sound Systems Dolby Digital
  • HDMI Connection 3
  • Remote Control L-Con
  • Wall Mountable: VESA: 300x300mm
  • USB Ports
  • Freeview Play Y
  • Model Year 2018
  • Voice Search Y
  • Guarantee 1 Year
  • OS webOS
  • Brand: LG
  • Model: 49UK6200PLA
  • Also Known As: 49UK6200

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26 Comments
Hmm Nice @reindeer333
Snapped this up as a similar TV I was going to purchase via Amazon at a similar price suddenly went out of stock. Plus got about a further £5 cashback using quidco and the Ebay app bringing in down some more.
Not Certified though.
Would you guys recommend this one or the 50 inch one by Linsar which is 70 pounds cheaper and has 5 Yr guarantee compared to 1 year provided by LG.
Linsar 50UHD520 50 4K Ultra HD LED TV
Of course its Linsar vs LG and can't find many reviews for the former.
mattster17/07/2019 18:14

Not certified HDR?


Maybe that it's not a 4K TV. It's using LG's RGBW panel which means every forth pixel is not used for displaying your imagine, meaning your missing a fourth the resolution compared to any other 4K TV.

Because of LG doing this, I'd never buy one but if your only ever going to watch 1080p content or its for someone who's not fussy, it's fine.
the_real_en17/07/2019 14:41

Would you guys recommend this one or the 50 inch one by Linsar which is 70 …Would you guys recommend this one or the 50 inch one by Linsar which is 70 pounds cheaper and has 5 Yr guarantee compared to 1 year provided by LG. Linsar 50UHD520 50 4K Ultra HD LED TVOf course its Linsar vs LG and can't find many reviews for the former.


Even though this is not a proper 4k panel, it's probably going to be better than the Linsar, which is just a bargain basement TV.

For this price, I'd probably go Hisense.
mattster17/07/2019 18:14

Not certified HDR?


True. Was down to a 28 inch TV so this is a massive upgrade for me. Thanks.
dsmliverpool17/07/2019 18:09

What do you mean?


Not certified UHd. If you look on say a Samsung you will see an icon saying ultra HD next to it to show its true 4k. Can't seem to post one for you.
Rgbw.....well I have one and the picture is fantastic....how much better do you all think it can look using a real uhd screen? Please explain ...just once, honestly? With pictures? With side by side comparisons with TVs of comparable value and spec? Hmmm maybe you cannot? I'm loving my rgbw tv by the way!
the_real_en17/07/2019 14:41

Would you guys recommend this one or the 50 inch one by Linsar which is 70 …Would you guys recommend this one or the 50 inch one by Linsar which is 70 pounds cheaper and has 5 Yr guarantee compared to 1 year provided by LG. Linsar 50UHD520 50 4K Ultra HD LED TVOf course its Linsar vs LG and can't find many reviews for the former.



Well i don't think i'll buy another LG tv as the past two ive had both screens went black after the logo appeared, you got voloume but no picture
buckiebull17/07/2019 19:52

Well i don't think i'll buy another LG tv as the past two ive had both …Well i don't think i'll buy another LG tv as the past two ive had both screens went black after the logo appeared, you got voloume but no picture


Last tv was a Samsung after 12 months the hdmi connection broke...Samsung told me the tv was basically scrap, true fact...never will buy another samsung, I like a bit of balance in reviews.!!
LG every time over lindsar, no contest....just the user interface is enough....I think the UI beats every other tv manufacturer by a mile.
Edited by: "filfee" 17th Jul
buckiebull17/07/2019 19:52

Well i don't think i'll buy another LG tv as the past two ive had both …Well i don't think i'll buy another LG tv as the past two ive had both screens went black after the logo appeared, you got voloume but no picture


You see I swear by LG, and after years of successful service from an older "fat" LG, bought three more flat LG TVs, LG Bluray and LG Sound Bar - never a problem with any of them.
Bit of balance for the reviews.
I have an LG rgbw 'pretend 4k' Tele. If you're coming from an older 1080p or less you'll still be impressed. But even the lowest priced proper 4k samsungs do look better IMO. My LG also has fairly dismal black (grey) levels, but this one is a lot more recent and hopefully better.
I just ordered (couple days ago) Philips 50PUS7303/12 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Android Smart TV with HDR Plus and Ambilight. It was £100 more than this and don’t think I’m too fussed about the ambilight. Am I better off with this?
filfee17/07/2019 19:26

Rgbw.....well I have one and the picture is fantastic....how much better …Rgbw.....well I have one and the picture is fantastic....how much better do you all think it can look using a real uhd screen? Please explain ...just once, honestly? With pictures? With side by side comparisons with TVs of comparable value and spec? Hmmm maybe you cannot? I'm loving my rgbw tv by the way!


I'm not fussed either way, but this shows the basic idea:



filfee17/07/2019 19:26

Rgbw.....well I have one and the picture is fantastic....how much better …Rgbw.....well I have one and the picture is fantastic....how much better do you all think it can look using a real uhd screen? Please explain ...just once, honestly? With pictures? With side by side comparisons with TVs of comparable value and spec? Hmmm maybe you cannot? I'm loving my rgbw tv by the way!


The main point is that they are lying to you. If they came out and honestly listed it as such, I wouldn't have a problem. I've no doubt it looks good but you will get issues of your want to plug in a PC for example, as it won't look right.
Alex_H18/07/2019 08:13

The main point is that they are lying to you. If they came out and …The main point is that they are lying to you. If they came out and honestly listed it as such, I wouldn't have a problem. I've no doubt it looks good but you will get issues of your want to plug in a PC for example, as it won't look right.


Wrong....I have a rgbw lg tv connected to my pc and it is absolutely superb picture wise....
filfee19/07/2019 09:15

Wrong....I have a rgbw lg tv connected to my pc and it is absolutely …Wrong....I have a rgbw lg tv connected to my pc and it is absolutely superb picture wise....


That's great to hear, I'm just going by the forums I'm reading of people's experiences so far. At the end of the day your not getting 4K but it's still going to offer a good picture if your happy with that.
Matt.J17/07/2019 23:57

I'm not fussed either way, but this shows the basic idea:[Image] [Image]


Means absolutely nothing in real world situations, get a samsung of same price and a lg rgbw together....and show me a massive quality difference....I have looked....and I dont see one .
filfee19/07/2019 09:18

Means absolutely nothing in real world situations, get a samsung of same …Means absolutely nothing in real world situations, get a samsung of same price and a lg rgbw together....and show me a massive quality difference....I have looked....and I dont see one .


Well as I mentioned I'm not fussed either way...everyone's balancing budget and priorities at this price range, people will come to their own conclusions...

Having said that I agree with @Alex_H . This reminds me too much of the "HD Ready" farce, it's opportunistic marketing and people will purchase in there belief they're buying something they simply aren't – so I'd pay a little more, even if picture quality is the same.
everytime a lg tv is put on this site....all the fake 4k quotes come flying out, awful pic if used with a pc! etc etc....im saying i have this tv ,its picture is really good. I have compared it againt a samsung and hisense tvs..in uhd, hd and sd ....and can see no difference in quality between all the sets, so where is the side by side picture evidence...there is non , its all manufacture bumpf. good price for a good tv, yep the hdr wont be its best feature at this price point, but hd will be superb plus the ui is the best on the market.
Edited by: "filfee" 19th Jul
I'm tempted by this one, but really I was looking for a 55". Does anyone have any recommendations. I see that Hughes Direct have a 55" LG on ebay also (LG 55UM7400PLB). How does this compare? Is this as good a deal?
Thanks.
This TV is 4k active HDR certified, or at least that's what the sticker on the TV says. The same is true on the LG website.Happy.
Edited by: "dsmliverpool" 20th Jul
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