LG 55SJ810V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £659 Currys
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LG 55SJ810V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £659 Currys

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LG 55SJ810V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV
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4K Ultra HD with HDR10
Catch-up TV & 4K Streaming with webOS
Picture quality: 200 Hz
Freeview HD with Freeview Play / Freesat HD
HDMI 2.0b x 4
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49 "55 "
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Top features:

- 4K Nano Cell screen displays impressively sharp and detailed pictures

- HDR supports the widest colour range currently available on a TV

- Comprehensive Smart functions cover all your catch-up and streaming needs

- Harman Kardon audio delivers improved depth, detail, and overall sound quality

4K Nano Cell technology

LG's Nano Cell technology allows the screen's pixels to be placed much closer together. This gives you an exceptionally smooth picture, particularly when you're watching 4K and HD videos.

It helps to display consistent colours across the whole screen, which can be uneven when you're watching bright animation or playing computer games.

The 4K screen delivers stunning picture quality from any compatible source, including 4K Blu-ray players, games consoles, and the built-in 4K streaming apps.

Active High Dynamic Range (HDR)

Active HDR gives your pictures deeper contrast and brighter colours for more natural colour reproduction.

You'll notice it in films and TV shows more, with blacks appearing much darker without muddying the screen and making it hard to see.

Comprehensive Smart

The SJ810 has all of the terrestrial catch-up TV services - BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, and Demand 5, so don't need to plug anything else into it to catch up on all your new and favourite programmes.

There's also 4K versions of Netflix, Amazon Prime, and YouTube to help you take advantage of the TV's impressive picture quality.

Harman Kardon audio



The TV's two built-in stereo speakers have been engineered by premium home audio brand Harman Kardon for clear, detailed sound quality.

An optical audio cable on the back of the TV makes it easy to connect it to a home theatre kit or soundbar if you want more power for films and games.

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Check out our range of HDMI cables to connect your input devices and to make sure your new TV has a perfect picture with improved transfer speeds.

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ChrisPalmer5 m ago

I've never understood why so many people write something along the lines …I've never understood why so many people write something along the lines of "be kind, it's my first time". Do HotUKDeals secretly hand out cards suggesting people write this?


Be kind, this is my first time quoting someone.

.... Maybe they are nervous of haters hating. maybe they're afraid of replicating a post and being chastised by regulars or theyre anxious of highlighting something that to the rest of us is a rubbish price and not in fact a HotUkDeal !!
... The mind boggles at the possibilities.
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A ‘Which’ Best Buy set 76% (rated slightly higher than Samsung’s MU7000 at 74%, probably due to Freeview Play). I think its been slightly cheaper, but in the absence of a time machine, good price!
Currently looking at this TV from Curry's, reckon this is the best one sub-700 there?
Matholwch47 m ago

A ‘Which’ Best Buy set 76% (rated slightly higher than Samsung’s MU7000 at …A ‘Which’ Best Buy set 76% (rated slightly higher than Samsung’s MU7000 at 74%, probably due to Freeview Play). I think its been slightly cheaper, but in the absence of a time machine, good price!


Most reviews put the mu7000 ahead of the sj850, those %s are probably based off the rrp.
I think the LG 55SJ850V for an extra £20 is a better buy. At least it'll be a 'true' 4k tv.
MIDURIX53 m ago

Most reviews put the mu7000 ahead of the sj850, those %s are probably …Most reviews put the mu7000 ahead of the sj850, those %s are probably based off the rrp.



Not sure, the top rated are the QED ones, at their £1k+ prices. The 850v scores lower than 810v but that may be based on price comparison.
tomreece_1 h, 54 m ago

Currently looking at this TV from Curry's, reckon this is the best one …Currently looking at this TV from Curry's, reckon this is the best one sub-700 there?


Only put it up last night, but a great picture for the football and all other channels. 4k content is amazing!! The sound from the integrated speakers is really really good too! More than happy.
Heat I paid 899 last year, great tv. It is side lit which isn’t clear in the specs
850v is an RGB panel and has 40w 2.2ch Harmon Kardon speakers 810v is RGBW and 20w speakers

It's worth the £20 extra for the 850v at John Lewis for the upgraded specs, between the 2 TV's
Edited by: "sotv" 18th Jun
I've never understood why so many people write something along the lines of "be kind, it's my first time". Do HotUKDeals secretly hand out cards suggesting people write this?
ChrisPalmer5 m ago

I've never understood why so many people write something along the lines …I've never understood why so many people write something along the lines of "be kind, it's my first time". Do HotUKDeals secretly hand out cards suggesting people write this?


Be kind, this is my first time quoting someone.

.... Maybe they are nervous of haters hating. maybe they're afraid of replicating a post and being chastised by regulars or theyre anxious of highlighting something that to the rest of us is a rubbish price and not in fact a HotUkDeal !!
... The mind boggles at the possibilities.
heathead8 h, 25 m ago

I think the LG 55SJ850V for an extra £20 is a better buy. At least it'll …I think the LG 55SJ850V for an extra £20 is a better buy. At least it'll be a 'true' 4k tv.



^This^
heathead9 h, 3 m ago

I think the LG 55SJ850V for an extra £20 is a better buy. At least it'll …I think the LG 55SJ850V for an extra £20 is a better buy. At least it'll be a 'true' 4k tv.


To Clarify what the user posted. This model, the 810V series uses RGBW structure for LEDs. That means there are 2880 RGB pixels and 960 W pixels per line.

The 810V series can technically be called a 4K Television because there are the same number of pixels, approximately 8 million, however TV's that use a RGBW structure are losing 25% of the detail because of the white pixels which cannot display colour.

The 850V has 3840 pixels per line that are RGB and should (everything else being equal) produce a far sharper and detailed picture.
Edited by: "coolhotcold" 18th Jun
Chickenlipz6910 h, 19 m ago

Only put it up last night, but a great picture for the football and all …Only put it up last night, but a great picture for the football and all other channels. 4k content is amazing!! The sound from the integrated speakers is really really good too! More than happy.


Hi mate, have you seen the backlight bleed and poor grey levels a poster complained of last week,?
hcc273 m ago

Hi mate, have you seen the backlight bleed and poor grey levels a poster …Hi mate, have you seen the backlight bleed and poor grey levels a poster complained of last week,?


I've seen that a few times on here, people considering buying an OLED and then either go for a sj850 or mu7000, have seen the ones who get the sj850 be very unhappy and the mu7000 ones be a lot happier with the compromise.
coolhotcold2 h, 54 m ago

To Clarify what the user posted. This model, the 810V series uses RGBW …To Clarify what the user posted. This model, the 810V series uses RGBW structure for LEDs. That means there are 2880 RGB pixels and 960 W pixels per line. The 810V series can technically be called a 4K Television because there are the same number of pixels, approximately 8 million, however TV's that use a RGBW structure are losing 25% of the detail because of the white pixels which cannot display colour.The 850V has 3840 pixels per line that are RGB and should (everything else being equal) produce a far sharper and detailed picture.


Just curious, but where do you find this information? I've been looking at both tv's and on the surface the specs look the same aside from the sound, but obviously RGB vs RGBW will make quite a difference.
LG 55SJ850V delivered yesterday. I went for that slightly more expensive due to the sound. So glad we did. Watching the England Game on iplayer on Bbc UHD. Wow
I tried finding specs on these 2 TV's 850 and 810. So I rang LG and was told the panels are the same the only difference is the internal speakers hence the small difference in price. I have the 810 and the picture is awesome on all levels from different inputs. The blacks in a dark room are not the best. But I watch during the day and normally have lamps on in the evening and can't fault it. I've played all different 4k video from blu rays. The best picture I've come across for 4k show case is Blue Plant 2. Unless ur gonna spend over the 1k mark. The LG 810/850 and Samsung MU7000 are best choice. LG OLED are the best I'm just not that rich 😔. This TV at that price is spot on.
To give my two bits, I've got the 60 inch of this tv. Really happy with it. Watched a world Cup game in 4k the other day. Really nice. Everything else looks crap now.
robbo1065 m ago

I tried finding specs on these 2 TV's 850 and 810. So I rang LG and was …I tried finding specs on these 2 TV's 850 and 810. So I rang LG and was told the panels are the same the only difference is the internal speakers hence the small difference in price. I have the 810 and the picture is awesome on all levels from different inputs. The blacks in a dark room are not the best. But I watch during the day and normally have lamps on in the evening and can't fault it. I've played all different 4k video from blu rays. The best picture I've come across for 4k show case is Blue Plant 2. Unless ur gonna spend over the 1k mark. The LG 810/850 and Samsung MU7000 are best choice. LG OLED are the best I'm just not that rich 😔. This TV at that price is spot on.


Thanks for giving the comment with the most common sense advice. Enjoy your new TV! I'm enjoying my 810 also
tanny811 h, 18 m ago

Just curious, but where do you find this information? I've been looking at …Just curious, but where do you find this information? I've been looking at both tv's and on the surface the specs look the same aside from the sound, but obviously RGB vs RGBW will make quite a difference.


Had the back panel off mine for an LG repair in my house. The panel sticker inside my 850v is this one panelook.com/LC5…tml

Not seen a panel sticker for 800/810v but plenty of people have done tests on them and it is an RGBW from what I have read.

The 810V is just a Currys rebadged 800V with a different stand so they could get out of price matching the 800v when it came out.

If people want to believe LG and the 2 TV's have the same panels, then fair enough. But until somebody confirms the panel sticker on the 800/810v then the tests people have done on them, are what I would believe personally, I would choose the 850V because I know it is an RGB panel, dubious about the 800/810v is.Happy to be proved wrong though.

But whatever model people choose, they are great TV's overall and worth the money. Watching the World Cup on the UHD Iplayer matches BBC have been showing. Absolutely brilliant picture, switching back to normal terrestrial HD gets a little disappointing after.
Edited by: "sotv" 18th Jun
tanny811 h, 15 m ago

Just curious, but where do you find this information? I've been looking at …Just curious, but where do you find this information? I've been looking at both tv's and on the surface the specs look the same aside from the sound, but obviously RGB vs RGBW will make quite a difference.


DisplaySpecifications.com

Here are the two links to the 55" versions of the 810V and 850V

displayspecifications.com/en/…ae4
displayspecifications.com/en/…adf

Aside from the 810 being listed as RGBW, the Rec2020 is 55% on the 810V while 71% on the 850V, and the contrast being massively different highlight the fact it isn't the same panel in both TV's.


Don't get me wrong, if you're upgrading from a 1080P TV to anything new, it will look miles better. but if the difference is £20 between the 850V and 810V, then it really is a no brainer.
Mabbs5 h, 26 m ago

Be kind, this is my first time quoting someone..... Maybe they are nervous …Be kind, this is my first time quoting someone..... Maybe they are nervous of haters hating. maybe they're afraid of replicating a post and being chastised by regulars or theyre anxious of highlighting something that to the rest of us is a rubbish price and not in fact a HotUkDeal !! ... The mind boggles at the possibilities.


My point is not that they are anxious, nervous etc. (though one really has to wonder about the mental state of these precious individuals if they can't take a bit of criticism...) but the fact that they almost always come out with the exact same phrasing. It's almost as if it were scripted...
If you're going to spend the extra £20 on the 55SJ850V, John Lewis are doing a free blue ray player bundle at the moment worth £69.
johnlewis.com/lg-…199
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