LG 55UJ750V - 55inch 4K UltraHD HDR Smart LED TV in Silver £652.99 Member Price Del with code @ Co-op Electrical (Non Member £752.99)
229°Expired

LG 55UJ750V - 55inch 4K UltraHD HDR Smart LED TV in Silver £652.99 Member Price Del with code @ Co-op Electrical (Non Member £752.99)

9
Found 10th Mar
LG 55inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Member price: £649
Non member price: £749

Enter your Membership number and use promo code: MLG100

£3.99 delivery
Community Updates

Groups

9 Comments
I purchased this TV from the co-op, though returned 3 times as there was a white line from top to bottom on black backgrounds.
Ended up getting a refund. The customer service was very good
33413214-6e76T.jpgustomer service was very good.
liam79796 h, 27 m ago

I purchased this TV from the co-op, though returned 3 times as there was a …I purchased this TV from the co-op, though returned 3 times as there was a white line from top to bottom on black backgrounds.Ended up getting a refund. The customer service was very good[Image] ustomer service was very good.


Jeez that is pretty bad light bleed. I bought the 701v model (would love to know the difference) and the edge lighting is very disappointing (extremely noticeable with black scenes) but as with everything you get used to it after a week. Apart from that its a top TV and thankfully after a year Spotify is finally back and available to download.
liam79797 h, 49 m ago

I purchased this TV from the co-op, though returned 3 times as there was a …I purchased this TV from the co-op, though returned 3 times as there was a white line from top to bottom on black backgrounds.Ended up getting a refund. The customer service was very good[Image] ustomer service was very good.


Unfortunately, all back lit LCD TVs are prone to suffer some back light bleed. With the advent of HDR and higher brightness levels that HDR requires, this can make the problem even more noticeable. In my experience, every TV is affected differently, even if it's the exact same model. Some are better or worse than others, but yours is definitely unacceptable in my opinion. I returned my Quantum Dot KS9000 twice, and finally got one that was acceptable to me (after a bit of arguing with the supplier, who said 'they' will check if it's acceptable or not. I refused this as I'm the one who will be watching it, not them, and it has to be satisfactory quality to me, not them). But yeah, even on Samsung's 2016 flagship, there is still a level of bleed. If you're fussy with your viewing experience like me, you may need to try different models, and return more to get the picture you want. Either that, or eliminate the problem altogether and go OLED. Personally I prefer Quantum Dot to OLED for HDR content and the more vibrant viewing experience, but it can be a pain to get what you want.
I have the 43in of this model and the back lighting is really bad too. It's not like the picture above thankfully! I've got used to it and it seems to be less awful depending on the source.
Apart from this I am very happy with the TV.
Dekard972 h, 1 m ago

Unfortunately, all back lit LCD TVs are prone to suffer some back light …Unfortunately, all back lit LCD TVs are prone to suffer some back light bleed. With the advent of HDR and higher brightness levels that HDR requires, this can make the problem even more noticeable. In my experience, every TV is affected differently, even if it's the exact same model. Some are better or worse than others, but yours is definitely unacceptable in my opinion. I returned my Quantum Dot KS9000 twice, and finally got one that was acceptable to me (after a bit of arguing with the supplier, who said 'they' will check if it's acceptable or not. I refused this as I'm the one who will be watching it, not them, and it has to be satisfactory quality to me, not them). But yeah, even on Samsung's 2016 flagship, there is still a level of bleed. If you're fussy with your viewing experience like me, you may need to try different models, and return more to get the picture you want. Either that, or eliminate the problem altogether and go OLED. Personally I prefer Quantum Dot to OLED for HDR content and the more vibrant viewing experience, but it can be a pain to get what you want.


Thanks for the info, thought I was being fussy. Decided on a OLED though will now look at quantum dot.
liam79791 h, 26 m ago

Thanks for the info, thought I was being fussy. Decided on a OLED though …Thanks for the info, thought I was being fussy. Decided on a OLED though will now look at quantum dot.


No problem. The newer model Quantum Dot displays are referred to as QLED. But I believe Samsungs MU range is also Quantum Dot, albeit lower spec.
I'm lost with these LG TVs now,why so many model numbers for the 55",what's the difference between the TV shown and another 55" LG at approx £1000 and one at £1700,I'd be glad of any advice as I'm looking one soon,which is the best one with a central base/stand,not the stupid feet at each end... lol
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 10th Mar
BattleBeast11 h, 31 m ago

I'm lost with these LG TVs now,why so many model numbers for the …I'm lost with these LG TVs now,why so many model numbers for the 55",what's the difference between the TV shown and another 55" LG at approx £1000 and one at £1700,I'd be glad of any advice as I'm looking one soon,which is the best one with a central base/stand,not the stupid feet at each end... lol


The higher the Nigel number the more features they have! This model is the highest of the low range group!
If you can afford and justify a better model then don't get the low range models!
The models numbers above this one should all be actual 4k screens. Don't quote me on that though- I could only afford this!
Game mode on these TV sucks. Stay away for gaming. Away like the plague
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text