LG 55UH770V 4k Super UHD HDR 10 Bit TV reduced to £949 @ richer sounds
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LG 55UH770V 4k Super UHD HDR 10 Bit TV reduced to £949 @ richer sounds

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Found 25th Aug 2016
Purchased this tv the other day in store from the Nottingham branch.

This is one of the cheapest entry level Super UHD HDR 4K televisions on the market at present. 10 bit panel and local dimming also. web OS 3, magic remote and it's an IPS panel for great viewing angles. Comes with a brushed steel bezel. There aren't many reviews yet as its not long been released.

now reduced further to £949
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description via link says 10bit panel
mrb30

description via link says 10bit panel



​Even better! Thanks
Do the freeview HD channels look fab on this tv ??
LOUGHBORO GUY

Do the freeview HD channels look fab on this tv ??



​the picture on this TV is amazing compared to our old LG.

Can't understand the cold votes. If you can find this set cheaper with the same warranty and customer service I'd like to know where?!
It's not SUHD. That's a Samsung specific term.
pottercarl1

It's not SUHD. That's a Samsung specific term.



​so it's not a good deal because I've shortened the terminology.....
Is this better than the sony 55x8509? Is this also edge-lit?
How is it with motion handling like football and cricket and fast scenes?
tom6195

Is this better than the sony 55x8509? Is this also edge-lit?



​im not sure if the Sony has local dimming and it's definitely not super UHD. still a damn good tv for the money but for less that £200 more you can get this with better specs. I think the LG will come into its own once the reviews start coming in. Or so I hope
mattu

​im not sure if the Sony has local dimming and it's definitely not super U … ​im not sure if the Sony has local dimming and it's definitely not super UHD. still a damn good tv for the money but for less that £200 more you can get this with better specs. I think the LG will come into its own once the reviews start coming in. Or so I hope



Aw man, it does look like a good tv with true 10 bit HDR whereas the Sony I just purchased is HDR-lite. £200 more than the Sony but I look at TVs as 5 year investments so I wouldn't have minded spending the extra if getting more bang for my buck.
Why is this going cold?
I need a 4K, HDR, 10bit panel, smart tv
and this TV seem like a bargain!!
so my question is...
WHY IS THIS POST GOING COLD????????????
actually having look at this link it states that its 8 bits so im confused with all the technical terms
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/75d0423

anyone help!
straight question is this a 10 bit panel or 8 bit panel?
iz123456789

actually having look at this link it states that its 8 bits so im … actually having look at this link it states that its 8 bits so im confused with all the technical termshttp://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/75d0423anyone help! straight question is this a 10 bit panel or 8 bit panel?



​i originally thought it was an 8 bit panel but was pulled up on it earlier. just been on LG's website and found this http://imageshack.com/a/img921/5224/jXIOjF.png

which does state that it's a 10 bit panel as far as I'm aware.
Edited by: "mattu" 26th Aug 2016
still dont understand why people voting cold?
iz123456789

still dont understand why people voting cold?



​Die hard black Friday blaupunkers?
mattu

​i originally thought it was an 8 bit panel but was pulled up on it e … ​i originally thought it was an 8 bit panel but was pulled up on it earlier. just been on LG's website and found this http://imageshack.com/a/img921/5224/jXIOjF.pngwhich does state that it's a 10 bit panel as far as I'm aware.



That is for the uh model not the uf
And now I've just noticed that I've put the wrong code in! I'll update it. It's definitely the UH not UF. oO thanks
It can say 10 Bit HDR but when you look in the specs it’s 8bit +FRC
It's a trick used by Lg, it says that it's an 10 bit process panel, which means 8bit+FRC
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