LG 58UH635V 58 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV with FreeviewPlay HDRPRO & webOS 3.0 & Freesat £799 rgbdirect
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LG 58UH635V 58 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV with FreeviewPlay HDRPRO & webOS 3.0 & Freesat £799 rgbdirect

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Found 31st Oct 2016Made hot 31st Oct 2016
chepeast ,
Just got reply from JL that they r happy to price match with this . Happy days ?

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Not bad, Im still going to wait till November 25th.

what is HDRPRO, is this HDR10 or just another gimmick to make it sound like it has HDR10

johnthehitman

what is HDRPRO, is this HDR10 or just another gimmick to make it sound … what is HDRPRO, is this HDR10 or just another gimmick to make it sound like it has HDR10



​i believe its just their HDR10 . i was wondering this too.

I have the 50UH635V and it's definitely not HDR10 - it will recognise an HDR source but you won't get "proper" HDR.

not ultra hd premium

so no deal

malachi

Not bad, Im still going to wait till November 25th.



whats happening on 25th Nov?

peympeym

whats happening on 25th Nov?


Black Friday I'm guessing?!

peympeym

whats happening on 25th Nov?


http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/11/28/23910AEA00000578-0-image-16_1417170894110.jpg

brookheather

I have the 50UH635V and it's definitely not HDR10 - it will recognise an … I have the 50UH635V and it's definitely not HDR10 - it will recognise an HDR source but you won't get "proper" HDR.



​Just spoke to LG support through live chat and they confirm that it is HDR10.

What makes you think that it is not. interested as I'm thinking of buy this.

johnthehitman

​Just spoke to LG support through live chat and they confirm that it is H … ​Just spoke to LG support through live chat and they confirm that it is HDR10.What makes you think that it is not. interested as I'm thinking of buy this.



8 bit panel
displayspecifications.com/en/…504

Wait until Jan 5-8th when all the major manufacturers announce their new sets.

Edited by: "powerbrick" 31st Oct 2016

powerbrick

8 bit panelhttp://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/28c4504



​Thank you, just shows you can't trust the manufactures.

johnthehitman

​Thank you, just shows you can't trust the manufactures.



but according the the LG website HDRPro is HDR10, its all way too confusing at the moment, HD ready all over again 8bit, 8+2bit, 8bit+FRC WTF ???

powerbrick

but according the the LG website HDRPro is HDR10, its all way too … but according the the LG website HDRPro is HDR10, its all way too confusing at the moment, HD ready all over again 8bit, 8+2bit, 8bit+FRC WTF ???



​lmao, it really is a mine field. All manufacturers, should be made to use the same terminology. HDR10 is HDR10 anything else is not full / the full HDR standard.

powerbrick

but according the the LG website HDRPro is HDR10, its all way too … but according the the LG website HDRPro is HDR10, its all way too confusing at the moment, HD ready all over again 8bit, 8+2bit, 8bit+FRC WTF ???


Where does it state that?

brookheather




Looks like Jungle residents at Calais

Usual comments about 10bit panel anyone paying this amount of money isn't going to pay £500 to even the same price again for full fat HDR.

brookheather

Where does it state that?


State which part?
The hdr10=hdrpro if so
lg.com/us/…hdr
Edited by: "powerbrick" 31st Oct 2016

powerbrick

State which part?


The LG website states:

Select LG 2016 4K televisions support HDR10, which we call HDR Pro, because they provide full compatibility with this new standard while also delivering outstanding LG picture quality.

Yes the TV "supports" HDR10 in that it will accept and process the 10-bit signal but the display itself is NOT 10-bit so it will use dithering or some other approximation to display the fine colour gradients and also as it doesn't have the 1000nit brightness it won't really look any different.

johnthehitman

​lmao, it really is a mine field. All manufacturers, should be made to u … ​lmao, it really is a mine field. All manufacturers, should be made to use the same terminology. HDR10 is HDR10 anything else is not full / the full HDR standard.



That's the point of the UHD Premium certification isn't it? That guarantees that all aspects of HDR specs are met.

josephallen

That's the point of the UHD Premium certification isn't it? That … That's the point of the UHD Premium certification isn't it? That guarantees that all aspects of HDR specs are met.



Not really it guarantees the TV can accept the signal thats about it.

I love HDR it reminds me of a hot sunny day with sun glasses on feeling the breeze, way to cool.

Think I'll get one of these for the guest room in case anyone staying wants to watch morning news.

gazman090970

Not really it guarantees the TV can accept the signal thats about it.



That's not my understanding based on reading articles such as whathifi.com/adv…-it

Where have you got that info from?

malachi

Not bad, Im still going to wait till November 25th.



Fancy a Polaroid set do you?

josephallen

That's not my understanding based on reading articles such as … That's not my understanding based on reading articles such as http://www.whathifi.com/advice/ultra-hd-premium-what-are-specs-which-tvs-support-itWhere have you got that info from?



By quite simply seeing the large volume of TV's at this moment claiming to be S-UHD like the one on this post but in reality they can never be as they are 8 bit screens,also these regulations are arbitrary not mandatory which lets the manufacturers get away with what is tantamount to false advertising.The reality is if you want a set that is actually S-UHD and of the same size as the LG here be prepared to spend at least double the £800 it costs.

Can't see if it's 3d!

ezzer72

Fancy a Polaroid set do you?



I will be queuing outside Asda, ready and waiting

brookheather

The LG website states:Select LG 2016 4K televisions support HDR10, which … The LG website states:Select LG 2016 4K televisions support HDR10, which we call HDR Pro, because they provide full compatibility with this new standard while also delivering outstanding LG picture quality. Yes the TV "supports" HDR10 in that it will accept and process the 10-bit signal but the display itself is NOT 10-bit so it will use dithering or some other approximation to display the fine colour gradients and also as it doesn't have the 1000nit brightness it won't really look any different.



​I had an email response from LG as I thought I'd see what they would come back with (see if I could catch them out). Again they have come back confirming it's HDR10. I've now gone back asking how this can be from an 8-bit processor.

I'll let you know what they come back with.

gazman090970

By quite simply seeing the large volume of TV's at this moment claiming … By quite simply seeing the large volume of TV's at this moment claiming to be S-UHD like the one on this post but in reality they can never be as they are 8 bit screens,also these regulations are arbitrary not mandatory which lets the manufacturers get away with what is tantamount to false advertising.The reality is if you want a set that is actually S-UHD and of the same size as the LG here be prepared to spend at least double the £800 it costs.


Pray tell, what does the "S" stand for?

mcormack

Pray tell, what does the "S" stand for?



Too many abbreviations for the same thing(10 bit HDR) it's Samsung that use S-UHD it probably stands for super but if you need clarification by all means contact them.

anyone got this? what's it like for sd playback and watching sport

anyone got this? what's it like for sd and sport

gazman090970

Not really it guarantees the TV can accept the signal thats about it.


Nope it means it can receive the signal. UHD premium means it can display it too. That's proper HDR

gazman090970

By quite simply seeing the large volume of TV's at this moment claiming … By quite simply seeing the large volume of TV's at this moment claiming to be S-UHD like the one on this post but in reality they can never be as they are 8 bit screens,also these regulations are arbitrary not mandatory which lets the manufacturers get away with what is tantamount to false advertising.The reality is if you want a set that is actually S-UHD and of the same size as the LG here be prepared to spend at least double the £800 it costs.



UHD Premium is not the same as what LG are calling S-UHD
. This TV is not a UHD Premium TV, nor does it pretend to be. All UHD Premium certified sets conform to full range of HDR specs. Go and have a read of what the specs involved in gaining UHD Premium certification are.

gazman090970

Too many abbreviations for the same thing(10 bit HDR) it's Samsung that … Too many abbreviations for the same thing(10 bit HDR) it's Samsung that use S-UHD it probably stands for super but if you need clarification by all means contact them.



LG use "S-UHD" to indicate a TV featuring 4 k resolution and quantum dot technology; that's all.
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