LG 55UF850V Smart 3D Ultra HD 4k 55" LED TV £829 @ Currys
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LG 55UF850V Smart 3D Ultra HD 4k 55" LED TV £829 @ Currys

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Found 16th Mar 2016
4k Ultra HD picture is up to 4 times the resolution of HD
Access content on Netflix 4k
Tuner: Freeview HD
Connectivity: HDMI 2.0 x 2
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johnjohn44

649.99 … 649.99 herehttps://www.discountavdirect.co.uk/55-lg-55uf850v-4k-ultra-hd-freeview-hd-smart-3d-led-tv-55uf850v


It's not new and it's out of stock. "Graded" televisions are items that High Street retailers can't sell on for various reasons. This may be because the TVs are surplus stock, end of line/discontined models, 30 day customer returns, unwanted gifts, or items with damaged packaging
2 hdmi?
thoughts on this TV? tempted to take the jump to 4k. I'm mainly interested in its picture quality, input lag and motion blur on Sky HD, Xbox one and blu rays.
I bought this 2 weeks ago was looking for 4K and 3D , 5 years warranty included and used the £50 o2 priority to bring it to £779.
Really impressed and the remote control made it for me!
Edited by: "DebtFreeWannaBeE" 17th Mar 2016
mrb30

2 hdmi?


No 4
How's the motion lag on this when watching fast paced shows? Football/gaming? Thanks!
watched quite a few games on it since I bought it last week. I've never noticed any lag or smearing. seems very good to me.
mrb30

2 hdmi?



​no there's three
I have this to and I have to say I'm impressed with it. I have 2 X 2.0 hdmi inputs and 2 X 1.4 hdmi inputs. Lag for me during sports etc is fine and the picture is silky smooth. I cannot say I'm a tv buff however so my 'fine' may be ok for others.

The picture quality out of the box (no pun intended) was disappointing, however after researching on t'interweb I came across some settings on a forum which improve things nicely.....

Expert1:
Backlight 95
Contrast 95
Brightness 50
H sharpness 30
V sharpness 30
Colour 60

Expert control:
DC low
SR high
CG wide
EE off
CF off
Gamma 2.2

White balance:
CT medium
Method 2 points
Pattern outer
Points high

Picture option:
Black level low
Led local dimming high
True motion clear
54.4 ms input lag
Cold, cheaper elsewhere (brand new item).
And the biggest selling point - it's not curved.
Terrible tv. Currys had mine back. Terrible blacks, terrible viewing angles, light bleed, clouding, ghosting. You name it, it's got it.
I've got the 48" of this and it's fab!
trickytree1984

Terrible tv. Currys had mine back. Terrible blacks, terrible viewing … Terrible tv. Currys had mine back. Terrible blacks, terrible viewing angles, light bleed, clouding, ghosting. You name it, it's got it.


You must have had a dud, mine doesn't have any of those issues.
Got the 65" on the wall and its the most beautiful TV ive ever owned. A joy to use.
No HDR support though?
sedwards77

No HDR support though?


The 860v which is the John Lewis version of the TV does, but it's more expensive.
rohitmkiller

Cold, cheaper elsewhere (brand new item).



Proof ?
g0z0

Proof ?



​rlrdistribution
No HDR, cold
i have had 49inch . its amazin tv i have ever seen. the only thing i want the bigger one now. and defenitely i know currys wont dont that. any one have any idea how i can get exchange for the bigger one. i want the 55inch
rohitmkiller

​rlrdistribution



But is only 12 months warranty, where in Currys you have 5 years
rohitmkiller

​rlrdistribution



rlrdistribution.co.uk/vie…688

£799 for the tv plus £285 for a 5 year guarantee that's included at Currys for £829 - not such a good deall....
Sharpharp

No HDR, cold



Wow....
g0z0

Proof ?



​eejit
I have the 49" version and I'm sure with the latest firmware is does have a HDR option for HDMI 1 will have to check now
779 with o2 priority
Buy it with currys vouchers purchased from morrisons & save 83p a litre on petrol, I'm buying one tomorrow & will save about £60 when I fill up
dhallam56

I have the 49" version and I'm sure with the latest firmware is does have … I have the 49" version and I'm sure with the latest firmware is does have a HDR option for HDMI 1 will have to check now



Did you find out if it had HDR support?
Down to £799 now
£749.99 now
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