LG 55UJ750V 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) at Amazon for £699
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LG 55UJ750V 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) at Amazon for £699

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Found 26th Aug
  • £300 price drop!
  • Multi HDR with Dolby Vision
  • Smart TV webOS with Freeview Play
  • Magic Remote
  • Ultra Surround

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Is this 10bit, RGBwhatever, has ghosting issuesetc? And do I need to care? I want a new TV but every time I see one I like, it gets slammed for one thing or another?

Not slating anyone here and I know very little about tv's but every time I look on a tv thread their are always people saying it is best to wait for this tech to come down in price or that.
Is it not normally the reason why tv's have 'significant' reductions is because it has been replaced by something better.
so working on that theory you are never going to get the best tv's on the market at a bargain price unless it is a mis-price.
So you either go out and pay top dollar for the latest tech. Or buy something like this with a big saving of what it was originally worth and then live with the fact that you haven't got the best tv in the world, but still a very good one.
Feel free to shoot me down in flames as I am no expert.

jayjayuk12347 m ago

Just FYI, you won't be finding a decent 4k panel for £700 quid, you need …Just FYI, you won't be finding a decent 4k panel for £700 quid, you need to pay at least 1k

This TV is a grand with all others sellers so does that mean if we buy from them the picture will be better lol
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Is this 10bit, RGBwhatever, has ghosting issuesetc? And do I need to care? I want a new TV but every time I see one I like, it gets slammed for one thing or another?

Displayspecification says rgbw and 10 bit.
Edited by: "Alteisen" 26th Aug

Anybody please share your experience with LG RGBW TV?. Does it really matters??

I have the 49" version and it's outstanding. I have not seen a single issue with it, Sky Sports UHD and Netflix 4k look amazing. FYI, it currently comes with 6 months Netflix premium for free

just ordered thanks, this is £1000 with everyone else. i was looking for 60" but i think 55" should be fine hopefully this comes with the 6 months netflix sub to like all the others.

Bovrilontoast8 m ago

I have the 49" version and it's outstanding. I have not seen a single …I have the 49" version and it's outstanding. I have not seen a single issue with it, Sky Sports UHD and Netflix 4k look amazing. FYI, it currently comes with 6 months Netflix premium for free


Cheers, I think that every non OLED set seems to have some issue or another, I guess it's about how much you can tolerate? Our current LCD set is OK, it's just a bit small (40"..... small, how things have changed!!! ), at night when you have the lights off its like a night light, surely this would be visiblybetter?

Ajeeth19 m ago

Anybody please share your experience with LG RGBW TV?. Does it really …Anybody please share your experience with LG RGBW TV?. Does it really matters??


It depends whether you want true 4k or not. The RGBW panel means it's not, as a quarter of the sub pixels are white rather than RGB. Put the TV next to an LG that isn't (I think it's big brother the 55SJ850V isn't an RGBW panel) then you'll notice the difference in motion. However, on it's own in your front room I still think you'd be happy with the picture it gives. Personally, I'd wait for a few months for the non RGBW models (or ideally an OLED but that will be a longer wait) to come down in price and go for one of those.
Edited by: "ca8msm" 26th Aug

ca8msm7 m ago

It depends whether you want true 4k or not. The RGBW panel means it's not, …It depends whether you want true 4k or not. The RGBW panel means it's not, as a quarter of the sub pixels are white rather than RGB. Put the TV next to an LG that isn't (I think it's big brother the 55SJ850V isn't an RGBW panel) then you'll notice the difference in motion. However, on it's own in your front room I still think you'd be happy with the picture it gives. Personally, I'd wait for a few months for the non RGBW models (or ideally an OLED but that will be a longer wait) to come down in price and go for one of those.


Damn, that was NOT the answer I wanted to hear!!!! I kind of guessed that was the best way forward for me, but when OLED comes down there's going to be something else that makes that look crap...... and I've got the new TV bug now!!!

frakison3 m ago

Damn, that was NOT the answer I wanted to hear!!!! I kind of …Damn, that was NOT the answer I wanted to hear!!!! I kind of guessed that was the best way forward for me, but when OLED comes down there's going to be something else that makes that look crap...... and I've got the new TV bug now!!!


Haha sorry! Maybe go and see the TV in the flesh and see what you think? The picture is still very good it's just that the specs mean it doesn't have the required number of RGB sub-pixels that a 4k UHD TV should have.

frakison14 m ago

Damn, that was NOT the answer I wanted to hear!!!! I kind of …Damn, that was NOT the answer I wanted to hear!!!! I kind of guessed that was the best way forward for me, but when OLED comes down there's going to be something else that makes that look crap...... and I've got the new TV bug now!!!


He didn't answer your question, he was just going over the ways that you might theoretically notice it (although Motion is a new one on me, I'm not sure by what mechanism fewer pixels means worse motion, I've never noticed a problem on Full HD TVs with a three quarters of the pixels missing).

frakison22 m ago

Damn, that was NOT the answer I wanted to hear!!!! I kind of …Damn, that was NOT the answer I wanted to hear!!!! I kind of guessed that was the best way forward for me, but when OLED comes down there's going to be something else that makes that look crap...... and I've got the new TV bug now!!!


Just FYI, you won't be finding a decent 4k panel for £700 quid, you need to pay at least 1k

I have the sj850v and use it in a conservatory in a bright room it's very good, the webos is brilliant no lag and everything seem to just work unlike older smart TV the magic remote is excellent with voice commands. But in a dark room the blacks are not so black but only noticeable when the whole screen is black or you have bars at the top and bottom. I have to give it 10/10 for features, and 7.5 for picture but that's only because of the low light picture, in a bright room 8.5 hope this helps. Oh and for the rgbw thing, unless you are going to be watching the pixels under a microscope I think you will be fine.
Edited by: "rudeboyraz" 26th Aug

jayjayuk12347 m ago

Just FYI, you won't be finding a decent 4k panel for £700 quid, you need …Just FYI, you won't be finding a decent 4k panel for £700 quid, you need to pay at least 1k

This TV is a grand with all others sellers so does that mean if we buy from them the picture will be better lol

Banned

jayjayuk12348 m ago

Just FYI, you won't be finding a decent 4k panel for £700 quid, you need …Just FYI, you won't be finding a decent 4k panel for £700 quid, you need to pay at least 1k


£900 with code TVSAVE argos.co.uk/pro…511 real 10 bit panel

frakison1 h, 10 m ago

Is this 10bit, RGBwhatever, has ghosting issuesetc? And do I need to care? …Is this 10bit, RGBwhatever, has ghosting issuesetc? And do I need to care? I want a new TV but every time I see one I like, it gets slammed for one thing or another?


frak I am looking for a new 55 ins 4k I think you're best waiting for black Friday on the 24 of November you will get lots of deals then, am holding of till then

frakison48 m ago

Damn, that was NOT the answer I wanted to hear!!!! I kind of …Damn, that was NOT the answer I wanted to hear!!!! I kind of guessed that was the best way forward for me, but when OLED comes down there's going to be something else that makes that look crap...... and I've got the new TV bug now!!!


The prices are getting better all the time.
You will need to wait until next year to get a 2017 set for a steal, as many did with the 2016 B6 & C6.
There's nothing better than OLED out there.

stemac12318 m ago

frak I am looking for a new 55 ins 4k I think you're best waiting for …frak I am looking for a new 55 ins 4k I think you're best waiting for black Friday on the 24 of November you will get lots of deals then, am holding of till then



I think I'll do the same, the prices are very fluid at the moment and in all honesty theres nothing wrong with my current 40" Sony.. little in will be a bit miffed though as they have their eyes on it!!

ca8msm50 m ago

Haha sorry! Maybe go and see the TV in the flesh and see what you think? …Haha sorry! Maybe go and see the TV in the flesh and see what you think? The picture is still very good it's just that the specs mean it doesn't have the required number of RGB sub-pixels that a 4k UHD TV should have.


In all seriousness, I appreciate your advice, you cant ask in places like Currys as they just want to sell them so its good to speak to people who will help without motive

EndlessWaves40 m ago

He didn't answer your question, he was just going over the ways that you …He didn't answer your question, he was just going over the ways that you might theoretically notice it (although Motion is a new one on me, I'm not sure by what mechanism fewer pixels means worse motion, I've never noticed a problem on Full HD TVs with a three quarters of the pixels missing).



This is what I mean, its like "analysis paralysis", I ALWAYS over research and over think things, it took me 6mths to buy a new bike!!!

collectorcol7 m ago

The prices are getting better all the time.You will need to wait until …The prices are getting better all the time.You will need to wait until next year to get a 2017 set for a steal, as many did with the 2016 B6 & C6.There's nothing better than OLED out there.



....yet!!! (there will be when I start looking next year I bet, probably UOLED or SupadupaOLEDHD8k )

collectorcol32 m ago

This deal is already posted …This deal is already posted here...https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/updated-amazon-bank-holiday-deals-some-great-discounts-on-tvs-fitness-trackers-earphones-champagne-plus-bottles-of-pink-gin-1849-2773311


Where it says thanks to Shauli (i.e. the original poster of this deal).

Good deal, but picked up the 2016 model at Argos on ex display clearance for £360 2 weeks ago! Worth keeping an eye out 👀

Can we just clearer a few things up...

When some one is looking to buy a 4K TV what exactly are we supposed to be looking for????

RGB? HDR? RGB?

If it is saying 4K surely it's 4K and we are not talking about OLED!

Returning a samsung 55mu6400 to JL today wondering if this may be ideal solution ?

frakison26th Aug

Cheers, I think that every non OLED set seems to have some issue or …Cheers, I think that every non OLED set seems to have some issue or another, I guess it's about how much you can tolerate? Our current LCD set is OK, it's just a bit small (40"..... small, how things have changed!!! ), at night when you have the lights off its like a night light, surely this would be visiblybetter?

All I will say is, it's really good! What some ppl notice others won't. It is a 10 bit panel, it shows Sky 4k, Netflix 4k and Amazon Prime HDR really well and Webos is excellent and slick. At this price it's worth a punt and if u find u notice issues u can return it. I got my 49" one for 469 quid when Tesco mispriced it but to be honest I would happily have paid 700 plus for it as I thinks a great tv. Appreciate all the models have one slight difference to another, but in real every day use u wouldn't know what yours does and doesn't have.
Edited by: "Bovrilontoast" 28th Aug

Absolutely awful television set.
Purchased the 65 inch version last week and I've sent it back.
Rubbish picture even 4k movies.

frakison2 h, 43 m ago

This is what I mean, its like "analysis paralysis", I ALWAYS over research …This is what I mean, its like "analysis paralysis", I ALWAYS over research and over think things, it took me 6mths to buy a new bike!!!


Go down to your local AV shop and pick the one that you feel offers the best picture for the money. Job done. The internet is a lousy way to make the final decision on purchases like a mid-range TV. Familiarise yourself with the market online, but picture quality in TVs at this price comes down to the best balance of compromises and not how advanced the technology is.
skyebluebirch1 h, 54 m ago

Can we just clearer a few things up...When some one is looking to buy a 4K …Can we just clearer a few things up...When some one is looking to buy a 4K TV what exactly are we supposed to be looking for???? RGB? HDR? RGB? If it is saying 4K surely it's 4K and we are not talking about OLED!


That depends on why they're buying a 4K TV, what they want from it and which trade-offs in picture quality bother them.

It's like cars. There's no single best car model out there. They're all good and there are some models that will be the best choice for more people than other models, but no single model you can point to and say 'this one suits all buyers'.

I'd expect this TV to suit people who want a rounded television with reasonable interface and sound that's mostly used in a well lit room. It's not a TV for home theatre setups due to it's relatively low contrast and it's not a TV for those who want to be early adopters of HDR due to it's slow and coarse local dimming system. The former group have alternatives at this price, the latter group should be spending more, waiting or reassessing what they want.

I have this model 55" and it's outstanding 4k movies blow you away and as for your Xbox one s and PS4 especially if the game has hdr unbelievable quality 🎮

RobertMcClymont16 m ago

I have this model 55" and it's outstanding 4k movies blow you away and as …I have this model 55" and it's outstanding 4k movies blow you away and as for your Xbox one s and PS4 especially if the game has hdr unbelievable quality 🎮

Good to know I have both Xbox one s and PS4 which will be going on this badboy.

Not slating anyone here and I know very little about tv's but every time I look on a tv thread their are always people saying it is best to wait for this tech to come down in price or that.
Is it not normally the reason why tv's have 'significant' reductions is because it has been replaced by something better.
so working on that theory you are never going to get the best tv's on the market at a bargain price unless it is a mis-price.
So you either go out and pay top dollar for the latest tech. Or buy something like this with a big saving of what it was originally worth and then live with the fact that you haven't got the best tv in the world, but still a very good one.
Feel free to shoot me down in flames as I am no expert.

RobertMcClymont26 m ago

I have this model 55" and it's outstanding 4k movies blow you away and as …I have this model 55" and it's outstanding 4k movies blow you away and as for your Xbox one s and PS4 especially if the game has hdr unbelievable quality 🎮


Hows the SD picture look on this?

Are there any problems with motion judder, clouding, banding.. etc?

whaleshark1 h, 43 m ago

Is it not normally the reason why tv's have 'significant' reductions is …Is it not normally the reason why tv's have 'significant' reductions is because it has been replaced by something better.


Not really.

The TV world operates on a yearly model schedule. TVs are launched at a high price, reduced over the year and then the cycle starts again with a fresh batch of models a year later.

The best TV on the market right now is either the Sony ZD9 or LG B7 depending on requirements. The smallest 65" ZD9 launched at £4000 and currently goes for around £3300 while the smallest 55" B7 launched at £3000 and currently goes for around £2000.

Neither have been surpassed by anything and short of a surprise announcement for a ZD9 replacement at IFA next week neither are going to be surpassed until March 2018. Going by the pattern of previous years both will decrease in price further before then.

So yes, from a value for money perspective there's definitely a right time of year to buy even a cutting edge TV.

This typically means that below the top of the range older TVs are better as a single year's advancement is far smaller than the price premium on new models. The previous years models are usually sold out before the new ones match them in value.

thanks - just bought it.

could anyone recommend a wall bracket for this tv please?

whaleshark1 h, 49 m ago

Not slating anyone here and I know very little about tv's but every time I …Not slating anyone here and I know very little about tv's but every time I look on a tv thread their are always people saying it is best to wait for this tech to come down in price or that.Is it not normally the reason why tv's have 'significant' reductions is because it has been replaced by something better.so working on that theory you are never going to get the best tv's on the market at a bargain price unless it is a mis-price.So you either go out and pay top dollar for the latest tech. Or buy something like this with a big saving of what it was originally worth and then live with the fact that you haven't got the best tv in the world, but still a very good one.Feel free to shoot me down in flames as I am no expert.


There's always something bigger and better coming along but it's about trying to find the best quality you can get for your budget. As TV's come along on a yearly cycle it's often best waiting for a sale or for a new model to come out to grab the one you have been looking at for a cheaper price. Most people keep their TV's for a few years so if it means waiting x months to get a better panel and deal then I think it's worth it. For example earlier this year, if you could actually find them in stock, a lot of 2016 models were being sold off due to the 2017 ones coming out, but it meant you could get one from higher up the range that would be better specs than the 2017 one that you could buy for the same budget.

Plaecd the order...quick check about the web can't find anything within £200 of the price, and seems to be a very decent quality 'full 4k' tv. Would prefer a decent review but I'll chance my arm for now..with my luck it'd go up £300 if I leave it a day. Cheers OP

is the 43" at £499 worth it?

whaleshark2 h, 38 m ago

Not slating anyone here and I know very little about tv's but every time I …Not slating anyone here and I know very little about tv's but every time I look on a tv thread their are always people saying it is best to wait for this tech to come down in price or that.Is it not normally the reason why tv's have 'significant' reductions is because it has been replaced by something better.so working on that theory you are never going to get the best tv's on the market at a bargain price unless it is a mis-price.So you either go out and pay top dollar for the latest tech. Or buy something like this with a big saving of what it was originally worth and then live with the fact that you haven't got the best tv in the world, but still a very good one.Feel free to shoot me down in flames as I am no expert.


My 2016 55B6 says you're wrong

EndlessWaves1 h, 2 m ago

Not really.The TV world operates on a yearly model schedule. TVs are …Not really.The TV world operates on a yearly model schedule. TVs are launched at a high price, reduced over the year and then the cycle starts again with a fresh batch of models a year later.The best TV on the market right now is either the Sony ZD9 or LG B7 depending on requirements. The smallest 65" ZD9 launched at £4000 and currently goes for around £3300 while the smallest 55" B7 launched at £3000 and currently goes for around £2000.Neither have been surpassed by anything and short of a surprise announcement for a ZD9 replacement at IFA next week neither are going to be surpassed until March 2018. Going by the pattern of previous years both will decrease in price further before then.So yes, from a value for money perspective there's definitely a right time of year to buy even a cutting edge TV.This typically means that below the top of the range older TVs are better as a single year's advancement is far smaller than the price premium on new models. The previous years models are usually sold out before the new ones match them in value.

many thanks for that info.

i suppose it also depends on how much disposable cash you have. For example would you be better off paying £3300 for a ZD9 and for myself not having the money to update the set for several years. Or buy something like this deal and then being able to upgrade in maybe 2-3 years??
it is food for thought...
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