LG 55UJ635V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play & Crescent Stand, Black £579 @ John Lewis
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LG 55UJ635V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play & Crescent Stand, Black £579 @ John Lewis

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Edited by:"iz123456789"Found 18th Oct
Mobile so bear with me on this one!



Saw this at John Lewis and though it was a decent price for a 55"



Don't think it comes with their magic remote!



But it comes with 5 year warranty



LG 55UJ635V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play & Crescent Stand, Black



Note: Thing with all 4K TV is doesn't matter how expensive or cheap standard 720p channel will look sh*t

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Before anyone moans about it not being 10bit, not real 4K or RGBW, it's a 55" TV for £579 so shut up!

I emailed them yesterday asking to price match it as it was in Argos for £579. Yay
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"Note: Thing with all 4K TV is doesn't matter how expensive or cheap standard 720p channel will look ****"

Yeah, now isn't a good time to buy a TV if you can avoid it. Although I don't think there are many 720p channels being broadcast in the UK, they tend to be either SD or Full HD.

I emailed them yesterday asking to price match it as it was in Argos for £579. Yay

I disagree with your statement about 720p.

I really want a 4K TV, but I'm not sure why. I can't honestly say that any I've seen in the shops have blown me away (other than the OLEDs but I'm not ready to spend that much just yet...)

Before anyone moans about it not being 10bit, not real 4K or RGBW, it's a 55" TV for £579 so shut up!

You can get a 55" TV for less than 579. Doesn't mean its any good

Yes same price at Argos but you dont get 5 years warranty with them, you do with John Lewis,
Edited by: "Bobby_999" 18th Oct

Just to reiterate what I said on another similar post:

After much mulling over, I picked up the LG 55UJ750 about a month ago. Aware of the 'fake 4k' issue that the AV specialists crow about, but I've found it extremely good and the LG interface is especially sweet.

People complain about the 'trumotion' motion processing, but I've never been keen on this - makes it too home video-ey - so the general recommendation seems to be to turn this off anyway.

You have the alternative option of either (a) paying more for a 'true 4k' picture, which may be slightly sharper than this, or (b) pay around the same for a lesser brand with slightly better picture but worse interface and user facilities (Hisense)....horses for courses.

My only gripe is that I've struggled to find any perfect picture settings out there - if anyone finds a decent forum then let me know.

PS - the picture on 4k HDR, based on a few examples on Youtube, is awesome.

Not bare, it's bear, unless you're inviting people to an orgy.

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furber3 h, 12 m ago

Not bare, it's bear, unless you're inviting people to an orgy.


I thought I was

Out of stock

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mrrichardnero19th Oct

Out of stock


Back in stock, hurry though won't last long with that free 5 year John Lewis warranty
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