LG 55UJ670V 55inch 4K UltraHD HDR Smart LED TV in Silver - £539 Delivered with code @ Co-op Electrical
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LG 55UJ670V 55inch 4K UltraHD HDR Smart LED TV in Silver - £539 Delivered with code @ Co-op Electrical

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Perfect harmony between an IPS 4K Display and Multi HDR technologies generate incredibly rich and vibrant visuals.This stunning picture is complimented by outstanding audio, all housed in a cutting edge construction.

This high quality TV supports 4K resolution and upscales standard definition pictures to 4K like quality.

To find entertainment, movies and sport for this TV you need to look no further than the built in, award winning Smart TV webOS.


  • 55” 4K Ultra HD screen gives you four times the detail of a standard Full HD TV
  • Higher contrast, vibrant glowing colour and brighter images thanks to upscaling High Dynamic Range (HDR). Brighter whites and darker blacks thanks to local dimming technology
  • Access catch up apps including BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Now TV and YouTube using the webOS, while Freeview Play gives you 7 day scroll back so you can watch all of your favourite programmes
  • Multi-channel sound effect technology creates 7 virtual channels so you can enjoy perfect sounding audio

Top comments

chriskautz1 h, 12 m ago

If you care to actually took a little time , you will see that they are …If you care to actually took a little time , you will see that they are RGBW panels . Even the Tech guys at LG telling me they are not native 10 bit panels




I did take the time - more than a litle time you patronising git. There is a huge thread over on AV Forums about this with people arguing yes and no. But in the thread there are emails from LG technicians pointing out which panels are 10 bit and which ones are not.

Give yourself a life lesson here - you may have something important to say in life, you may be right about something when everyone else is wrong, but if you write like a smug person, or talk like a smug person, then people's backs are immediately going to be up.
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I have a feeling this will go further down very soon.

Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of a £1000 did want a oled but guess I can’t quite stretch to that. Want it for 4k just got Xbox one x and have a nvidia shield. So was looking for a hdr10 set. Thanks in advance

jasonowlse14 m ago

Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of …Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of a £1000 did want a oled but guess I can’t quite stretch to that. Want it for 4k just got Xbox one x and have a nvidia shield. So was looking for a hdr10 set. Thanks in advance


Same here any suggestions on a decent 4k TV (with 10 bit panel..?) for an Xbox one x would be greatly appreciated!

I am looking for a 4K TV now...but would like 60 inch plus. Was thinking about that Hisense from yesterday but that looks to have gone now...lets see what comes up over the next two weeks

jasonowlse30 m ago

Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of …Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of a £1000 did want a oled but guess I can’t quite stretch to that. Want it for 4k just got Xbox one x and have a nvidia shield. So was looking for a hdr10 set. Thanks in advance


Sony's XE90 has the most HDR ability in that budget, with Samsung's Q7 being second place.
wardi6916 m ago

Same here any suggestions on a decent 4k TV (with 10 bit panel..?) for an …Same here any suggestions on a decent 4k TV (with 10 bit panel..?) for an Xbox one x would be greatly appreciated!


If you can spend a bit more then there are some cracking models around £1500 like the Sony XE93 and LG B7.

EndlessWaves22 m ago

Sony's XE90 has the most HDR ability in that budget, with Samsung's Q7 …Sony's XE90 has the most HDR ability in that budget, with Samsung's Q7 being second place. If you can spend a bit more then there are some cracking models around £1500 like the Sony XE93 and LG B7.


Thank you for the suggestion, but i cant possibly find the XE90 for £1000 and the Q7 for nowhere less than £1500.

If you want something less than £1000 for a 10 bit panel, you can very well get these:
LG 850V

jasonowlse1 h, 10 m ago

Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of …Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of a £1000 did want a oled but guess I can’t quite stretch to that. Want it for 4k just got Xbox one x and have a nvidia shield. So was looking for a hdr10 set. Thanks in advance


49'' Sony xe9005

Edit: seen the 55'' at debenhams £1175. The 49'' seems about the same price at the moment, so expect it to drop very soon.
Edited by: "Pure_Evil" 15th Nov

abhijitdash12323 m ago

Thank you for the suggestion, but i cant possibly find the XE90 for £1000 …Thank you for the suggestion, but i cant possibly find the XE90 for £1000 and the Q7 for nowhere less than £1500.


You didn't say you were in a hurry and the XE90 will likely drop to £1k in the sales of the next few weeks.

abhijitdash12323 m ago

If you want something less than £1000 for a 10 bit panel, you can very …If you want something less than £1000 for a 10 bit panel, you can very well get these:LG 850V


The extra range in HDR is not coming from the LCD, a 10-bit panel doesn't do much.

The trouble with the SJ850 for HDR is that it's native dynamic range is low and the local dimming system is ineffective. It's debatable whether it's worth the extra in HDR terms over a plain old wide gamut panel without any local dimming system that is hundreds of quid cheaper. It does offer other benefits like a 120hz panel for better motion interpolation and a less reflective finish so it's a decent enough TV for £800. It's probably not the place to look if you're after maximum HDR for minimum cost.

Think I going to hold out for the xe90 or q7 to hit £1000 Mark. Like others have said it will probably do that over the next week or two. Thanks for all the comments

EndlessWaves1 h, 8 m ago

Sony's XE90 has the most HDR ability in that budget, with Samsung's Q7 …Sony's XE90 has the most HDR ability in that budget, with Samsung's Q7 being second place. If you can spend a bit more then there are some cracking models around £1500 like the Sony XE93 and LG B7.


I agree with Wardi, the Samsung QE49Q7F QLED HDR 1500 4K Ultra HD Smart TV is rated at one of the best and nearest to your budget. JL have it for a little more at £1299.00 but at least you will get a good 5 year Warranty. Maybe wait for the sales.
jasonowlse1 h, 39 m ago

Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of …Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of a £1000 did want a oled but guess I can’t quite stretch to that. Want it for 4k just got Xbox one x and have a nvidia shield. So was looking for a hdr10 set. Thanks in advance



jasonowlse1 h, 39 m ago

Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of …Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of a £1000 did want a oled but guess I can’t quite stretch to that. Want it for 4k just got Xbox one x and have a nvidia shield. So was looking for a hdr10 set. Thanks in advance

jasonowlse2 h, 13 m ago

Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of …Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of a £1000 did want a oled but guess I can’t quite stretch to that. Want it for 4k just got Xbox one x and have a nvidia shield. So was looking for a hdr10 set. Thanks in advance


You whant keep eye out for Sony ex900 55 inch best tv you will
Get for 1k

I've never seen so many deals on HUKD for tellys. Is there a telly mountain somewhere?

I need a new tv so welcome the amount of tv deals being posted!

jamgin43 m ago

I've never seen so many deals on HUKD for tellys. Is there a telly …I've never seen so many deals on HUKD for tellys. Is there a telly mountain somewhere?



yep ive heard its in south ease asia

Hi what's the difference between this TV and the LG uj701 TV? I'm looking for the best quality for my xbox one x but struggling to pick a TV I have a budget of 500 but I'm only looking for a 43". Some tvs say 10bit ( 8bit + fr) what's this?

I would suggest looking on AV Forums for reviews and pros/ cons on tvs . They has esperts on there and unbiased reviews of many TV's

jasonowlse4 h, 8 m ago

Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of …Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of a £1000 did want a oled but guess I can’t quite stretch to that. Want it for 4k just got Xbox one x and have a nvidia shield. So was looking for a hdr10 set. Thanks in advance


Possibly a Sony XE90 or Samsung KS8000 both 55".

2016 models but better than the current Samsung MU models from 2017. Hoping to pick one of them up myself in the next few weeks.

Jamie_Adams-117323089200233 m ago

Hi what's the difference between this TV and the LG uj701 TV? I'm looking …Hi what's the difference between this TV and the LG uj701 TV? I'm looking for the best quality for my xbox one x but struggling to pick a TV I have a budget of 500 but I'm only looking for a 43". Some tvs say 10bit ( 8bit + fr) what's this?



You will not get a native 10 bit panel under £1000 .... On a good note LG does support more formats than any other manufacturer ... So don't get suckered in , google the model number and spend some time looking at reviews etc . That goes for any TV

Just another LG Tv with RGBW panel...

chriskautz2 h, 0 m ago

You will not get a native 10 bit panel under £1000 .... On a good note LG …You will not get a native 10 bit panel under £1000 .... On a good note LG does support more formats than any other manufacturer ... So don't get suckered in , google the model number and spend some time looking at reviews etc . That goes for any TV




The SJ models 800V and 850V are listed as 10 bit on the LG site. They are about £660ish to £800 I believe.

displayspecifications.com/en/…cc7

displayspecifications.com/en/…adf

displayspecifications.com/en/…b16

tawse571 h, 18 m ago

The SJ models 800V and 850V are listed as 10 bit on the LG site. They are …The SJ models 800V and 850V are listed as 10 bit on the LG site. They are about £660ish to £800 I believe.https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/c85dcc7https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/ac33adfhttps://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3ab4b16



but they are 8bit + 2bit frc it has been documented that lg responded telling folk that they are not 10bit

If you care to actually took a little time , you will see that they are RGBW panels . Even the Tech guys at LG telling me they are not native 10 bit panels

jasonowlse16 h, 48 m ago

Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of …Sorry to butt in but can some one recommend me a tv I have set a budget of a £1000 did want a oled but guess I can’t quite stretch to that. Want it for 4k just got Xbox one x and have a nvidia shield. So was looking for a hdr10 set. Thanks in advance


This LG would showcase the Xbox One X just fine, you don't need to go crazy and spend over 1K. Currys demo'd a few for me in store and they looked stunning, they were £500 TV's.

chriskautz1 h, 12 m ago

If you care to actually took a little time , you will see that they are …If you care to actually took a little time , you will see that they are RGBW panels . Even the Tech guys at LG telling me they are not native 10 bit panels




I did take the time - more than a litle time you patronising git. There is a huge thread over on AV Forums about this with people arguing yes and no. But in the thread there are emails from LG technicians pointing out which panels are 10 bit and which ones are not.

Give yourself a life lesson here - you may have something important to say in life, you may be right about something when everyone else is wrong, but if you write like a smug person, or talk like a smug person, then people's backs are immediately going to be up.

Goood video here about best settings for this TV.

I'm in the market for a new TV for the Xbox One X.

Basically 60"+
HDR 10? (Would settle for a 8+2 compatible I think, will I really notice the difference)
Quick Response

Awaiting suggestions.

chapchap21 h, 56 m ago

I am looking for a 4K TV now...but would like 60 inch plus. Was thinking …I am looking for a 4K TV now...but would like 60 inch plus. Was thinking about that Hisense from yesterday but that looks to have gone now...lets see what comes up over the next two weeks


I'm gutted to have missed that one too

Jamie_Adams-117323089200222 h, 32 m ago

Hi what's the difference between this TV and the LG uj701 TV?


I think the UJ701 gets the slightly upgraded speakers with the fancy branding attached.
Chiptivo8 h, 29 m ago

I'm in the market for a new TV for the Xbox One X.Basically 60"+HDR 10? …I'm in the market for a new TV for the Xbox One X.Basically 60"+HDR 10? (Would settle for a 8+2 compatible I think, will I really notice the difference) Quick ResponseAwaiting suggestions.


You're mixing your technologies there. HDR10 is a content format and doesn't have anything to do with the LCD panel being 10-bit or 8bit & FRC. It's true that HDR uses 10-bit colour depth, but it maps onto a different range than the LCD panel's colour depth.

The key hardware to reproduce HDR well is anything that increase the LCD's dynamic range. A wide colour gamut, a high contrast or a local dimming system.

You don't give a budget so it's hard to suggest anything but Sony's XE93 is probably the HDR TV of choice at 65", maybe a ZD9 or OLED if you can stretch to £3k.

EndlessWaves34 m ago

I think the UJ701 gets the slightly upgraded speakers with the fancy …I think the UJ701 gets the slightly upgraded speakers with the fancy branding attached. You're mixing your technologies there. HDR10 is a content format and doesn't have anything to do with the LCD panel being 10-bit or 8bit & FRC. It's true that HDR uses 10-bit colour depth, but it maps onto a different range than the LCD panel's colour depth.The key hardware to reproduce HDR well is anything that increase the LCD's dynamic range. A wide colour gamut, a high contrast or a local dimming system.You don't give a budget so it's hard to suggest anything but Sony's XE93 is probably the HDR TV of choice at 65", maybe a ZD9 or OLED if you can stretch to £3k.


Like Given thanks..

Budget is very end to end.
The recent Hisense 65" looks good value at around £620 (I get 9% off at Argos) or alternatively, if the right Black Friday deal comes along, I'd pay £2k for a good bargain top TV.

Priorities in order..

Standard Vesa wall mount
Quick Response times
Good for Xbox one X
SkyQ upscaling
Netflix 4k maybe at a push

+2% top cash back on tvs at coop electrical. best price nice find - I'm looking to buy this TV. hoping it will come down a bit more this black Friday hehe!

the CP60 code works making it £539 + 2% topcashback

Netflix 4K is standard, and all TVs do a good job with HD upscaling.

I'd definitely look at a Sony given your high priority of minimising ghosting as they're often very good there offering BFI in game mode and so on. Anything from the XE85 up, although it's the top four models that do the best job with the highlights in HDR (XE93, XE94, A1 and ZD9).

tawse5722 h, 24 m ago

I did take the time - more than a litle time you patronising git. There is …I did take the time - more than a litle time you patronising git. There is a huge thread over on AV Forums about this with people arguing yes and no. But in the thread there are emails from LG technicians pointing out which panels are 10 bit and which ones are not.Give yourself a life lesson here - you may have something important to say in life, you may be right about something when everyone else is wrong, but if you write like a smug person, or talk like a smug person, then people's backs are immediately going to be up.


So is the 850v 10bit or not? I didn’t think you could do Dolby Vision on 8bit which lead me to believe this is a 10bit (as per displayspecification web site).

Ben

benih59 m ago

So is the 850v 10bit or not? I didn’t think you could do Dolby Vision on 8 …So is the 850v 10bit or not? I didn’t think you could do Dolby Vision on 8bit which lead me to believe this is a 10bit (as per displayspecification web site).Ben




The best I can suggest is to read the below AV Forum thread and make your own mind up. In short, it appears that the SJ models sold by the likes of JL, Amazon and others is 10 bit but the versions sold by Currys are not.

avforums.com/thr…e-3

Ordered with CP60 code, heat added thanks OP

benih3 h, 43 m ago

So is the 850v 10bit or not? I didn’t think you could do Dolby Vision on 8 …So is the 850v 10bit or not? I didn’t think you could do Dolby Vision on 8bit which lead me to believe this is a 10bit (as per displayspecification web site).Ben


It really doesn't matter.

JL are happy to price match + you get 5 year Guarantee

Thank you for your email.

I have investigated your Price Match further and found that the LG 55UJ670V 55inch 4K UltraHD HDR Smart LED TV in Silver is priced at £599.00 on the Co-Op website. Including the £60.00 discount this brings the total to £539.00 which has been accepted.

Regrettably I cannot take your Co-Op membership discount into account when applying your Price Match. Voucher codes or offers must be publicly available to all customers and not just members, VIP members or new account holders.
Edited by: "ilikedeals21" 21st Nov

So with the discount and cashback wats the lowest price this tv deal can be?

Fizzl34 m ago

So with the discount and cashback wats the lowest price this tv deal can …So with the discount and cashback wats the lowest price this tv deal can be?


If cashback pays
539 Minus 5pc top cashback if pays minus 5 percent coop cashback is approx £485
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