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LG 55UM7100PLB 55 4K Ultra HD Smart HDR LED TV £339.15 delivered @ eBay
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LG 55UM7100PLB 55 4K Ultra HD Smart HDR LED TV £339.15 delivered @ eBay

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Posted 21st Dec 2019

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The LG 55UM7000PLB 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV has an IPS 4K display so you can watch your favourite shows in vibrant details and vivid colours. Take in the beauty of nature with BBC's latest documentary series, or switch on a blockbuster, and see how even fantastical characters look clear and realistic.

4K Active HDR


The UM7000 takes HDR even further with adaptable advanced HDR which adjusts each image so you always get the best contrast and the richest colours. Even older favourites get upgraded to the HDR levels – classic dramas never looked so good.

Smart webOS

There's always something on TV with the UM70. LG's webOS is packed with apps to keep everyone happy. Catch that must-see comedy series from Channel 4, settle down for a Netflix boxset bonanza in 4K, or rent a movie from the Sky Store.

And with Freeview Play you can leap right in from the TV guide. Catch up on anything you might have missed by scrolling back through the week.
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africanspeed21/12/2019 19:51

Entry level at £300+? Are you kidding me?


It's a 55" 4K LED TV. Yes, this is an entry level model.
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This or the UE55RU7100? Help please
Good price for an entry level TV. Heat added.
leannenaidoo5621/12/2019 09:18

This or the UE55RU7100? Help please


Hmm. I think they're fairly similar in terms of specs. Samsung is slimmer but more expensive. Given the price difference I'd go for the LG.
leannenaidoo5621/12/2019 09:18

This or the UE55RU7100? Help please


Isn’t one IPS and one VA. Different panels effecting viewing angles etc. I went with the LG for better viewing angles but slightly poorer blacks.
the legs turn out to be a problem. as it over hangs the TV unit! which as used for the old 55" HD tv. with NP.
the fix come from amazon
RFIVER Universal Table Top Pedestal TV Stand
£11.99
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something like this
also pickedup LG Electronics AN-MR19BA Magic Remote Control £27.04 edit infact its £24.99 my bad.
Edited by: "EMBASSY" 21st Dec 2019
EMBASSY21/12/2019 13:06

the legs turn out to be a problem. as it over hangs the TV unit! which as …the legs turn out to be a problem. as it over hangs the TV unit! which as used for the old 55" HD tv. with NP.the fix come from amazonRFIVER Universal Table Top Pedestal TV Stand£11.99 [Image] something like thisalso pickedup LG Electronics AN-MR19BA Magic Remote Control £27.04


The magic remote is £24.99 at Amazon and Argos
Seems like a good price for a decent TV. Have bought one for PS4 gaming.
After a year lenses disattach from led backlight. LG quality. Read about it
JammXLIV21/12/2019 09:26

Good price for an entry level TV. Heat added.


Entry level at £300+? Are you kidding me?
africanspeed21/12/2019 19:51

Entry level at £300+? Are you kidding me?


It's a 55" 4K LED TV. Yes, this is an entry level model.
Warranty?
JammXLIV21/12/2019 20:11

It's a 55" 4K LED TV. Yes, this is an entry level model.


Entry level with an LG badge? Really?? 4K, HDR etc.
How would you class brands like Hisense, JVC, Logic and Digihome tvs of this size? Sub-Entry Level?
africanspeed22/12/2019 09:27

Entry level with an LG badge? Really?? 4K, HDR etc.How would you class …Entry level with an LG badge? Really?? 4K, HDR etc.How would you class brands like Hisense, JVC, Logic and Digihome tvs of this size? Sub-Entry Level?


Entry level from LG as in the cheapest they can make it.
Nikon or Canon have entry level DSLRs too.
Just my 2 cents
africanspeed22/12/2019 09:27

Entry level with an LG badge? Really?? 4K, HDR etc.How would you class …Entry level with an LG badge? Really?? 4K, HDR etc.How would you class brands like Hisense, JVC, Logic and Digihome tvs of this size? Sub-Entry Level?


Yes, it's an entry level LG 4K model. A mid level LG would be the Nanocell TV sets and high level would be the OLED. So, for an entry level LG it is a good price.

The other brands you listed are budget brands that also have entry, mid and high level 4K sets, not necessarily entry level brands.

Hope this helps.
It's RGBW and yes you can tell the difference. That's why its that cheap
leannenaidoo5621/12/2019 09:18

This or the UE55RU7100? Help please


I was between the two and went for the 65 LG instead.

If you research a bit in forums you will soon realise that Samsung is not very much recommended in Europe for their cheaper models because you will find different panels used even in the same TV models. You may buy two entry level samsung tvs from the same store and the panels may be different because they source them from numerous other suppliers. So for the sake of knowing what you are being go with the LG who make their own ips panels and their models are mostly standard worldwide. This is for their entry level models.

What you need to have in mind if you watch in the dark, Samsung and pretty much all other brands use va panels who have much better contrast and blacks but terrible viewing angles. If you only watch with the lights own and/or watch even at a slight angle (20o) definitely go for the LG, you won't see the difference in contrast in a room with lights on but you will definitely see the positives of the IPS panel in viewing angles compared to the VA. They also have a much better os and their active hdr will be pretty useful. Their 24fps motion is also much better.

Hope this helps as I have spent lots of time researching and this may save you some time. If you want to compare go to rtings and compare the 7300 lg (same tv with some minor differences in the settings) with the 7100 samsung
Edited by: "styjp" 23rd Dec 2019
samson198222/12/2019 18:05

It's RGBW and yes you can tell the difference. That's why its that cheap


This UM model is RGB, not RGBW


My mistake, it seems you are correct on this! The 65UM7100PLA is RGB.
Edited by: "styjp" 24th Dec 2019
styjp23/12/2019 11:19

I was between the two and went for the 65 LG instead. If you research a …I was between the two and went for the 65 LG instead. If you research a bit in forums you will soon realise that Samsung is not very much recommended in Europe for their cheaper models because you will find different panels used even in the same TV models. You may buy two entry level samsung tvs from the same store and the panels may be different because they source them from numerous other suppliers. So for the sake of knowing what you are being go with the LG who make their own ips panels and their models are mostly standard worldwide. This is for their entry level models. What you need to have in mind if you watch in the dark, Samsung and pretty much all other brands use va panels who have much better contrast and blacks but terrible viewing angles. If you only watch with the lights own and/or watch even at a slight angle (20o) definitely go for the LG, you won't see the difference in contrast in a room with lights on but you will definitely see the positives of the IPS panel in viewing angles compared to the VA. They also have a much better os and their active hdr will be pretty useful. Their 24fps motion is also much better.Hope this helps as I have spent lots of time researching and this may save you some time. If you want to compare go to rtings and compare the 7300 lg (same tv with some minor differences in the settings) with the 7100 samsung


"Samsung is not recommended in Europe"?? Who the hell told you that?
Samsung are the leading brand in Europe!
Good luck with the LG web OS updates.
africanspeed23/12/2019 11:27

"Samsung is not recommended in Europe"?? Who the hell told you that? …"Samsung is not recommended in Europe"?? Who the hell told you that? Samsung are the leading brand in Europe! Good luck with the LG web OS updates.


why do you take offence? just read the avforums to see what I am talking about, and yeah, their cheaper models are not recommended due to the non standardisation of the production. Its up to you what you do with the information. I am just sharing knowledge.

The only way to know the panel is to buy the tv and open the box, or through the serial number of the tv in the serivce menu. The lottery of the samsung panels in europe is a well known issue in forums.

Some of us like to research things before we make an informed decision.
Edited by: "styjp" 23rd Dec 2019
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