LG 55UJ750V 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR10 Smart LED TV (2017 Model) @ Amazon deal of the day
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LG 55UJ750V 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR10 Smart LED TV (2017 Model) @ Amazon deal of the day

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Found 8th Oct
LG ULTRA HD represents the next level of picture quality and clarity, boasting a resolution four times higher than Full HD.

A new standard of high definition, Ultra HD is the future of TV. With a stunning 8.3 million pixels enjoy the incredibly vivid and flawless picture quality of ULTRA HD TV from LG.

Flagship LG UHD TV 4K. Advanced Multi HDR with Dolby Vision delivers incredibly lifelike picture canvassed on an IPS 4K Display. Ultra Surround and LG Smart TV webOS with Freeview Play controlled via a Magic Remote complete a fantastic television housed in an Aluminium Frame Design.

Built for Quality. See the Difference.
A vibrant and vivid picture from any angle. The latest Ultra HD innovation is built into a unique IPS 4K panel meaning your entertainment is viewable from any angle without distortion. With four times the resolution of Full HD a new depth of detail is within sight.

HDR 10 + Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG).
Television from the future. Advanced formatting technology enables LG TV to output both HLG and HDR 10 high dynamic range formats. Get the HDR experience, from a wider choice of sources.

Scale New Heights of Picture Quality.
Make the ordinary, extraordinary. Advanced picture processing produces an HDR effect for standard dynamic range content. Lift your ordinary entertainment to a new level of colour, contrast, depth and detail.

Brighter whites. Darker Blacks.
Expand your contrast range with ULTRA Luminance. Enjoy brighter whites and darker blacks thanks to local dimming technology which lifts the brightest scenes to brilliant new levels and the darkest shadows to life.

Scale New Heights of Resolution.
Take your entertainment to a new level with LG’s 4K Upscaler and advanced HEVC decoding technology. You can also lift your standard definition content to near 4K quality via LG’s unique 6 step 4K upscaler.

Immersive multi-channel sound effect.
Great television deserves great audio. This sound technology creates seven virtual channels which produce the multi channel ULTRA Surround effect. Your senses are surrounded by outstanding audio from all angles.

Classy Modern Finish.
Masterfully modern design. A high quality aluminium material is wrapped around your television providing a striking premium construction. This sleek housing adds a touch of real class to any living room.

LG Smart TV with webOS
The award winning LG Smart TV with Freeview Play : Enjoy catch-up TV from BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and Demand5, as well as movies and box sets on demand from Netflix, Amazon Video and Now TV.

Top comments

Use this TV guide first.

This one for checking the specs. display specs
Coupled together you'll know what to buy.
It's all down to, best for budget.
Edited by: "sucramco" 8th Oct
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Is this too cheap to be a fully 10-bit 4k tele? Going from what i've seen on other people's comments on tv deals on here in the past i assume this lg tv is about half the price of a fully capable 10-bit (full hdr) tv but it's worth asking still as it might be a 5000° deal that I've caught early haha!
Edited by: "prynolfc" 8th Oct

Anyone know the input lag in HDR mode?

prynolfc1 h, 15 m ago

Is this too cheap to be a fully 10-bit 4k tele? Going from what i've seen …Is this too cheap to be a fully 10-bit 4k tele? Going from what i've seen on other people's comments on tv deals on here in the past i assume this lg tv is about half the price of a fully capable 10-bit (full hdr) tv but it's worth asking still as it might be a 5000° deal that I've caught early haha!



Too cheap for a fully 10-bit 4K tele? I got a Sony one off amazon for £550 in 2015. This is about correct for this type of TV. I would wait for Black Friday, and get one sub £600 mark.

Spec shows 10 bits, 8 bits + FRC. Bargain but want 65"

Good price for a rubbish TV (comparitively), not voting either way. Ok if you can make do with the poor resolution, contrast, lag etc. Wasn't very impressed by this TV
Edited by: "decanay" 8th Oct

decanay22 m ago

Good price for a rubbish TV (comparitively), not voting either way. Ok if …Good price for a rubbish TV (comparitively), not voting either way. Ok if you can make do with the poor resolution, contrast, lag etc. Wasn't very impressed by this TV



Compared to what? Also - poor resolution?
Edited by: "pidgin" 8th Oct

Is this another FAKE 4K TV from LG?

pidgin23 m ago

Compared to what? Also - poor resolution?


This is technically only a 3k resolution due to the RGBW structure.

yep Faux-K - RGBW = not 4K, adds a white subpixel, colours washy, cannot produce proper 4K
IPS panel = lower colour and contrast
8 bit + FRC = not 10bit HDR
not the best for input lag
Adds up to don't buy me. Existing LG owners will say it's great. But they don't know any better.
Edited by: "sucramco" 8th Oct

sucramco3 m ago

yep Faux-K - RGBW = not 4K, adds a white subpixel, colours washy, cannot …yep Faux-K - RGBW = not 4K, adds a white subpixel, colours washy, cannot produce proper 4KIPS panel = poor viewing angles, less colours and contrast8 bit + FRC = not 10bit HDRnot the best for input lagAdds up to don't buy me. Existing LG owners will say it's great. But they don't know any better.


For this money what would you pick then ?

jackr110 m ago

For this money what would you pick then ?

Samsung KS series.

Use this TV guide first.

This one for checking the specs. display specs
Coupled together you'll know what to buy.
It's all down to, best for budget.
Edited by: "sucramco" 8th Oct

Panasonic 50

Best spec for price.

MVA panel
22 Ms input lag
Still 8bit + FRC HDR, but you wont get full HDR at this price.
50"

Waiting patiently for a deal on the 850 55” (proper panel, not RGBW as I understand it).

£965 most other places so has to be a good deal!

sucramco23 m ago

Use this TV guide first.This one for checking the specs. Display …Use this TV guide first.This one for checking the specs. Display SPECSCoupled together you'll know what to buy.It's all down to, best for budget.

Useful guides. Thanks. Both the links in your post go to the same page though.

agitatedclimax9 m ago

Useful guides. Thanks. Both the links in your post go to the same page …Useful guides. Thanks. Both the links in your post go to the same page though.


Yip, just beat me to it. Thanks for posting the links Sucramco but any chance of giving us the second link. Need to do my research before Black Friday or buyer's remorse will strike immediately after i press 'buy'.

The 49SJ800V is £699 at Richer Sounds, with 6 year warranty. Is it a better deal? Thanks

sucramco22 m ago

display specssorry


much appreciated

prynolfc4 h, 43 m ago

Is this too cheap to be a fully 10-bit 4k tele? Going from what i've seen …Is this too cheap to be a fully 10-bit 4k tele? Going from what i've seen on other people's comments on tv deals on here in the past i assume this lg tv is about half the price of a fully capable 10-bit (full hdr) tv but it's worth asking still as it might be a 5000° deal that I've caught early haha!


HDR 10 + Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG)

sucramco1 h, 22 m ago

yep Faux-K - RGBW = not 4K, adds a white subpixel, colours washy, cannot …yep Faux-K - RGBW = not 4K, adds a white subpixel, colours washy, cannot produce proper 4KIPS panel = poor viewing angles, less colours and contrast8 bit + FRC = not 10bit HDRnot the best for input lagAdds up to don't buy me. Existing LG owners will say it's great. But they don't know any better.


So based on that would you say that a tv like This Sony one would be just as good for things like sky HD channels, Netflix, prime instant video etc (all at 1080p), plus the odd bit of PS4 gaming?

sucramco2 h, 23 m ago

yep Faux-K - RGBW = not 4K, adds a white subpixel, colours washy, cannot …yep Faux-K - RGBW = not 4K, adds a white subpixel, colours washy, cannot produce proper 4KIPS panel = poor viewing angles, less colours and contrast8 bit + FRC = not 10bit HDRnot the best for input lagAdds up to don't buy me. Existing LG owners will say it's great. But they don't know any better.


Sorry but i think you are wrong about IPS panel having poor viewing angles its the VA panels that have poor viewing angles article here rtings.com/tv/…lcd

prynolfc6 h, 30 m ago

Is this too cheap to be a fully 10-bit 4k tele? Going from what i've seen …Is this too cheap to be a fully 10-bit 4k tele? Going from what i've seen on other people's comments on tv deals on here in the past i assume this lg tv is about half the price of a fully capable 10-bit (full hdr) tv but it's worth asking still as it might be a 5000° deal that I've caught early haha!


HDR is a rewrite of the picture standards designed with room to grow. Nothing on the market right now, not even the studio reference screens costing tens of thousands, can reproduce anything like the full range. I don't think they're even close to half way.

So the question 'is it full HDR' is a pointless one right now as the answer is always no.

The more informative question is 'How much range does it have'?

If you want it in numbers then I'd focus on colour volume, brightness range and (for LCDs) local dimming zones.

The first two affect how bright the TV can get in each colour and white while the latter determines how well the TV can apply those capabilities to a picture with a wide range of brightnesses.

(dimming zones are only for LCDs are OLEDs are always able to apply the full brightness range to each pixel).


I don't know of anywhere that's done those measurements on this UJ750 but rtings tested the UJ770 which I'd expect to be very similar.

Assuming it is then this TV doesn't have much ability to reproduce the extra HDR information because of the poor local dimming system that has few zones that are slow to react, as well as it's limited ability to reproduce colours at the brightness levels it can handle (the normalized DCI-P3 volume figure).

Of course that's not to say it's a bad picture in HDR mode. It's still a high quality normal picture, but anyone looking to be an early adopter of HDR should be looking at TVs twice the price as you say, like the XE90.


Incidentally, the DCI-P3 colour volume coverage is very similar to non-wide gamut, non-RBGW screens like the Samsung MU6300/MU6500 (North American versions of our MU6100 and MU6200).

Now colour volumes are 3D shapes so a simple percentage doesn't tell you which colours it can reproduce, but it certainly raises the possibility that the desaturated colours which were the main real world downside with 'RGBW' aren't an issue for SDR on the wide gamut screens like this.

Felipe.Lopes2 h, 57 m ago

The 49SJ800V is £699 at Richer Sounds, with 6 year warranty. Is it a …The 49SJ800V is £699 at Richer Sounds, with 6 year warranty. Is it a better deal? Thanks



HDR 10 good,
IPS panel not so good
RGBW not good at all.
input lag 15ms brilliant
I would for the Panasonic, even though it lacks the colour depth of the LG, it is not RGBW. So is not handicapped by that.
Edited by: "sucramco" 8th Oct

zba782 h, 41 m ago

So based on that would you say that a tv like This Sony one would be just …So based on that would you say that a tv like This Sony one would be just as good for things like sky HD channels, Netflix, prime instant video etc (all at 1080p), plus the odd bit of PS4 gaming?



Yes. Looks good.

I got the 43" version of this and got it refunded.
Maybe I got a bad panel, but the backlight uniformity was terrible. Worst I've seen on an LED tv.

BUCKUM21 h, 42 m ago

Sorry but i think you are wrong about IPS panel having poor viewing angles …Sorry but i think you are wrong about IPS panel having poor viewing angles its the VA panels that have poor viewing angles article here http://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/ips-led-vs-va-lcd



Yes IPS have better viewing angles but colour better on VA. Most AV enthusiasts wont sit at angles. I messed up there. doh

sucramco25 m ago

Yes IPS have better viewing angles but colour better on VA. Most AV …Yes IPS have better viewing angles but colour better on VA. Most AV enthusiasts wont sit at angles. I messed up there. doh


Yes but if you are a family of four or five somebody is going to be sitting at an angle ok if it is just you and one other

sucramco53 m ago

HDR 10 good,IPS panel not so goodRGBW not good at all.input lag 15ms …HDR 10 good,IPS panel not so goodRGBW not good at all.input lag 15ms brilliantI would for the Panasonic, even though it lacks the colour depth of the LG, it is not RGBW. So is not handicapped by that.


which tv reviews not very good for the panasonic 50ex700B rated only 59% which.co.uk/rev…iew where as the lg 55uj750v is a best buy rated 73% which.co.uk/rev…50v and the lg 49SJ800v is also a best buy rated 72% which.co.uk/rev…00v
Edited by: "BUCKUM2" 8th Oct

Thanks for this, just ordered. I’m no TV geek but the 49” is £759 so this is a deal. Bigger screen and smaller price! 60” is almost £1,200. For the normal tv user I won’t notice the difference with the minor details the tv fanatics pick out!

Is there any way I can get a 5 year warranty against physical damage?

got last years 850v from currys and its a great all rounder, especially the 3d which you wont get on most other tv's including this one. After using it for a few weeks, the price dropped a bit and I bought another one for the bedroom (yes, a 55'' in the bedroom you wusses!). Its horses for courses as they say and the best bang for your buck.

Couldn't resist ...4 left!

Gone now.... Gutted!

BUCKUM25 h, 5 m ago

Yes but if you are a family of four or five somebody is going to be …Yes but if you are a family of four or five somebody is going to be sitting at an angle ok if it is just you and one other



depends where the tv is in the room. We are a family of 4 and often have extra people. No odd viewing angle hear. But if there was, with my tv it wouldn't matter... OLED

johnwillowlfc1 h, 44 m ago

Cheaper like new at warehouse deals …Cheaper like new at warehouse deals https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B06XW6DKWZ/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used

7% off to get an used item... I wouldn’t pay 50% less...

Original Poster

Felipe.Lopes19 m ago

7% off to get an used item... I wouldn’t pay 50% less...


Good for you, i was trying to help somebody, I dont need to know what you would do thank you
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