LG 58 Inch 58UH635V Ultra HD 4K Web OS Smart LED TV. - £549.00 @ Argos
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LG 58 Inch 58UH635V Ultra HD 4K Web OS Smart LED TV. - £549.00 @ Argos

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Found 2nd Aug 2017
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
The LG UH635V 58'' Smart LED TV lets you enjoy 4 times the detail of full HD, with an easy to navigate webOS platform. Its ColourPrime Pro guarantees brilliant picture quality while its Ultra Surround sound offers realistic audio. It comes with built-in Wi-Fi for all your online content and also supports USB recording and playback, so you never have to miss your favourite shows.

BBC iplayer, Now tv, Netflix, Demand 5, Amazon, Wuaki.

Television picture quality:

  • LED TV Screen.
  • 4K Ultra HD display resolution.
  • Screen size: 58 inches.
  • Motion rate 1500.
  • Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
  • Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Connectivity:

  • 2 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
  • Smart TV.
  • Component video socket.
  • Composite socket.
  • Optical connection.
  • Headphone socket.
  • Wi-Fi enabled.
  • Ethernet connection.
  • DLNA compatibility.
  • Miracast.
  • Open browser.
  • Suitable for wall mounting 300 x 300 bracket.
Sound quality:

  • 2 channel sound system.
  • 20 watt RMS power output.
Digital features:

  • Features USB recording and video playback.
  • Micro dimming technology improves the contrast by dimming individual sections of the TV screen.
  • Freeview Play digital tuner.
  • Saorview digital tuner (Saorview can only be received in the Republic of Ireland).
Additional features:

  • Sleep timer.
  • Parental controls.
  • Size of TV H77, W129.8, D5.4cm.
  • Weight of TV 22.3kg (unpackaged).
  • Size of TV with stand: H82.8, W129.8, D25.8cm.
  • Weight of TV with stand: 22.8kg.
Energy efficiency information:

  • Energy efficiency rating: a+.
  • Energy efficiency index (EEI) 0.21.
  • On mode power consumption 87 watts.
  • Annual power consumption 127kWh.
  • Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
  • This product contains lead.
EAN: 8806087673203.
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90 Comments
Link says £879
i just bagged one good specs on lg website hdr pro etc..paid 549 5 day collection )))
this tv has freesat and freeview like the hisense models
Is this a decent TV then? noticing it goes through checkout at £549 also
has hdr pro...just got to find somewhere to put it....reviews are good....good old argos can allways take it back )))
odd hass gone down to £549 on link now ))))
i don't think HDR counts for much on an 8 bit panel like this from what I've read. Although I'm not looking for anything amazing, just a decent TV for watching sports and playing PS4 with mates
Shame about 1 yr guarantee only though
also you can run kodi and exodus on web os )))
RGBW so fake 4k.
Was about to order on prc direct yesterday, glad I didnt. Finally bought myself a tv.
Also it isn't rgbw, it's not an ips panel, it's one of the very few LG mva panels. Full 4k rgb.
batman158 m ago

also you can run kodi and exodus on web os )))

Not sure that's possible from just doing a quick google on the subject
Trund02311 m ago

RGBW so fake 4k.


Check first before making stupid comments...
How does this compare to the Samsung UE50MU6100? Would be required for PS4 use and watching sports on sky.
mdentz14 m ago

How does this compare to the Samsung UE50MU6100? Would be required for PS4 …How does this compare to the Samsung UE50MU6100? Would be required for PS4 use and watching sports on sky.

Very similar, though the Samsung has a bit more hdr capability. Nothing in this price range will have "great" hdr though, not enough nits.

You will notice hardly any difference other than software, controls, menus and the extra 3". And size DOES matter.
i stand corrected kodi wont install on webos (
Seems like a good price. Does anyone else have this TV? Does not having IPS hurt it or are the viewing angles good enough?
mdentz4 h, 10 m ago

i don't think HDR counts for much on an 8 bit panel like this from what …i don't think HDR counts for much on an 8 bit panel like this from what I've read. Although I'm not looking for anything amazing, just a decent TV for watching sports and playing PS4 with mates




HDR doesn't have much to do with the LCD panel, whether it's 8-bit or 10-bit has very little impact.

HDR is all about the backlight, the key hardware aspects being a the ability to show more extreme colours (wide gamut), a higher brightness range and the ability to adjust the brightness on different areas of the screen independently (local dimming).

This TV has no local dimming and a normal brightness range (less than some competitors in non-HDR mode even). The only thing it does have is a very slightly wider colour gamut.

Basically like every other TV this price any HDR support should be considered minimal and shouldn't be a factor in your buying decision. It's simply an expensive technology currently, although prices should come down over the next few years.
Just bought the Samsung 55mu6400 wondering if this may have been a better buy??? (I paid £749 and can claim back £100)
Yeah, it seems it's a good price for such TV, but I cannot find a professional reviews on it.
Out of interest how does this compare to a panasonic TX58DX700?
I'm finding conflicting information about the distance between the legs. LG's own site says 101cm but I'm seeing 117cm (or higher) elsewhere.

Existing AV unit is 110cm, so does anybody here have this set and knows the distance? Thanks!
EndlessWaves37 m ago

HDR doesn't have much to do with the LCD panel, whether it's 8-bit or …HDR doesn't have much to do with the LCD panel, whether it's 8-bit or 10-bit has very little impact.HDR is all about the backlight, the key hardware aspects being a the ability to show more extreme colours (wide gamut), a higher brightness range and the ability to adjust the brightness on different areas of the screen independently (local dimming).This TV has no local dimming and a normal brightness range (less than some competitors in non-HDR mode even). The only thing it does have is a very slightly wider colour gamut. Basically like every other TV this price any HDR support should be considered minimal and shouldn't be a factor in your buying decision. It's simply an expensive technology currently, although prices should come down over the next few years.


Thanks for providing that information, as I don't have any device that supports HDR at present, just a PS4 slim and one of the new fire sticks, I guess it's not something I should be worrying about? I'm just concerned how this TV would preform for gaming and if there would be issues in regards to juddering when sports like football are being displayed.
batman153 h, 44 m ago

i stand corrected kodi wont install on webos (


It has plex. Similar functionality
Edited by: "daskapital" 2nd Aug 2017
Will kodi not install from an apk running es file explorer on this tv?
HINEMUSIC1 m ago

Will kodi not install from an apk running es file explorer on this tv?

Webos is not android.
Oh ok so no way to install kodi? It's a big thing for myself
HINEMUSIC52 s ago

Oh ok so no way to install kodi? It's a big thing for myself


Can pick up a amazon fire stick and do it that way?
That's true just wanted to keep things all in one
Dependent on what you use kodi for the there are alternative apps available but paid for options. Ie plex can be used for media ie films and tv series. Some people will share there library's for a fee. There is also iptv available yet again for a fee. I use smart iptv app on my LG tv.
Reviews are fantastic, hmm to sell my agin Panasonic Plamsa!!!!
EndlessWaves1 h, 31 m ago

HDR doesn't have much to do with the LCD panel, whether it's 8-bit or …HDR doesn't have much to do with the LCD panel, whether it's 8-bit or 10-bit has very little impact.HDR is all about the backlight, the key hardware aspects being a the ability to show more extreme colours (wide gamut), a higher brightness range and the ability to adjust the brightness on different areas of the screen independently (local dimming).This TV has no local dimming and a normal brightness range (less than some competitors in non-HDR mode even). The only thing it does have is a very slightly wider colour gamut. Basically like every other TV this price any HDR support should be considered minimal and shouldn't be a factor in your buying decision. It's simply an expensive technology currently, although prices should come down over the next few years.


The LG info for this TV confirms it does have local dimming.
tallphilc5 m ago

Reviews are fantastic, hmm to sell my agin Panasonic Plamsa!!!!


Where are you looking for them? I've not seen very many bar a few on Amazon etc.
I know this isn't the best HDR/UHD TV but for the money this looks like a stonking price. I'm coming from a 4-5 year old plain old HD TV so the difference will be huge and I'm really finding it hard to resist this - can someone please convince me not to.
Has an Innolux panel. Decent for the price though.
no actual stock i ordered first thing this morn..says collection instore only in 5 days but it accepted my card and gave order number...have had this before and never got tv just refund (((
On paper this seems good. How does it compare to other TVs in the same price range? Against the Samsung MU6100 or the Sony Bravia X800D that was £599 on Amazon prime day?
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