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LG 60 Inch 60UM7100 Smart 4K UHD TV 2019 Model - £579 @ Argos (Free C&C)
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LG 60 Inch 60UM7100 Smart 4K UHD TV 2019 Model - £579 @ Argos (Free C&C)

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Posted 5th Aug 2019

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Think this is the cheapest I've seen an LG TV 2019 which is larger than 49 inch
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4K Active HDR technology utilises an Advanced Colour Enhancer and Ultra Surround sound to deliver mesmerising film experiences. The state-of-the-art Quad Core processor supports the advanced picture processing required for bright, sharp images. Hear dialogue with crystal clarity - Clear Voice III minimises background noise and enhances vocals so you can clearly understand what’s being said.

UHD 4K resolution is 4 times that of Full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amazes, even when viewed up close. Suited to modern home entertainment, sports and gaming; the images will redefine your viewing experience.

Model number: 60UM7100PLB.

Television picture quality:

LED TV Screen.
4K Ultra HD display resolution.
Motion rate 1600.
Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Dimensions:

Screen size: 60 inches.
Size of TV H79.6, W136.8, D8.91cm.
Size of TV with stand: H86.2, W136.8, D26.9cm.
Weight of TV 19.4kg (unpackaged).
Weight of TV with stand: 19.8kg.
Footprint of TV 1348cm.
Suitable for wall mounting 300 x 300 bracket.
Length of cable: 1.5m.
Packaged size H880, W1492, D190cm.
Packaged weight 25.5kg.
Sound quality:

DTS sound system.
20 watt RMS power output.
Connectivity:

2 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
Component video socket.
Composite socket.
Optical connection.
Built in Wi-Fi.
Ethernet connection.
Bluetooth.
DLNA compatibility - allows you to wirelessly send content from devices like laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Smartphone remote.
Remote control included.
Smart TV features:

Smart TV.
Web OS operating system.
Compatible with the following smart apps: Netflix, BBC iPlayer, iTV, demand 5, 4od, Amazon Prime, youTube.
Internet browser.
Miracast.
Digital features:

Features USB recording and video playback.
Freeview HD and Freesat HD digital tuner.
Freeview HD (UK) and Saorview (ROI).
Saorview digital tuner (Saorview can only be received in the Republic of Ireland).
Quad core processor.
CI plus slot.
Aerial required.
In the box: Manual, Remote, Screws.
Additional features:

Sleep timer.
Parental controls.
Energy efficiency information:
Energy efficiency rating: A.
Energy efficiency index (EEI) 0.28.
On mode power consumption 136 watts.
Annual power consumption 189kWh.
Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
This product contains lead.
EAN: 8806098396450.
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I purchased this TV from Argos around 6 weeks ago go which cost me £649. All I have to say is that this TV is absolutely amazing it has everything one could possibly imagine. Incorporation of Google assistant and also Alexa is a massive added bonus. There's lots of on demand content and also a dedicated Netflix and Amazon on Prime time video button. You can also look up Bluetooth devices such as soundbars external speakers and also Bluetooth headphones.the sharpness of the picture is mind-blowing especially when watching something in ultra HD mode or 4K mode. It's a very light TV panel weighing around 17 and a half kilos which is probably one of the lightest for TV this size and also it is super duper slim. For the price you really can't go wrong LG is a good brand and most of all their customer service is all based in the UK.
If this was from richer sounds or John Lewis with 5+ year warranty I'd go for it.
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That description is bold 49" I am sure some 55" models have been on here for £500
pendrive200105/08/2019 20:04

That description is bold 49" I am sure some 55" models have been on here …That description is bold 49" I am sure some 55" models have been on here for £500


It’s actually a 60” per link but OP’s description is certainly incorrect
pendrive200105/08/2019 20:04

That description is bold 49" I am sure some 55" models have been on here …That description is bold 49" I am sure some 55" models have been on here for £500


Just taken a look and I think you're right. However not for a 2019 model. I cant find a 2019 model 49" and up for cheaper.
Kojo_Segu05/08/2019 20:07

It’s actually a 60” per link but OP’s description is certainly incorrect


Apologies. I've just amended it.
Kojo_Segu05/08/2019 20:07

It’s actually a 60” per link but OP’s description is certainly incorrect


I know the TV he/she is posting is a 60" it was more in the description about the best price of a TV above 49".
What a lorra lorra TV for the money!

Fully AI loaded as well, so one click to get to Google Assistant & Home Automation from an LG magic remote

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Edited by: "bitcoin5" 5th Aug 2019
If this was from richer sounds or John Lewis with 5+ year warranty I'd go for it.
The 60" and 70" versions of the UM7100 use RBG VA panels, so this TV should be pretty good.

The other sizes in the UM7100 range are RBGW IPS panels, which have dithered colours, and poor black levels.
Is it Alexa compatible?? I was thinking of getting. 50" philips with ambilight for £400..is this worth the extra money and size and losing ambilight? Thanks
Thank you, OP! going to take a look
Free sat as well have some heat
chancooluk05/08/2019 22:49

The 60" and 70" versions of the UM7100 use RBG VA panels, so this TV …The 60" and 70" versions of the UM7100 use RBG VA panels, so this TV should be pretty good.The other sizes in the UM7100 range are RBGW IPS panels, which have dithered colours, and poor black levels.


Are you sure about that? I thought LG only used their own IPS panels.

If this and the 70" are VA then they will be Sharp panels.
Wasn't £599 anyway!
Been looking at this for few days
Misslovely06/08/2019 08:20

Wasn't £599 anyway! Been looking at this for few days


Was looking at 60 inch TVs earlier in the year as that is about the right size but could only find cheaper ones and thought the LG TVs were IPS. If it is in fact VA then I probably would have bought it if I hadn't already bought a 55" which is not quite big enough.
Cremoso9906/08/2019 08:27

Was looking at 60 inch TVs earlier in the year as that is about the right …Was looking at 60 inch TVs earlier in the year as that is about the right size but could only find cheaper ones and thought the LG TVs were IPS. If it is in fact VA then I probably would have bought it if I hadn't already bought a 55" which is not quite big enough.


TVs look small because they have removed the side panels.
My dad still has the 1st gen 50" plasma tv and its huge. Would be considered 70" these days i bet
Usual question from me. Will this show as 10bit to my sky q box? Thanks
LG do this from time to time I bought a 58" 635v in 2016 that is also a VA panel has been a great set only gave £550 for it at the time from Argos too.

This new 60" seems to have a VA panel too so should have half decent contrast and decent blacks
displayspecifications.com/en/…997
Will this tv have the air play 2 and Apple TV features with a firmware upgrade as this article suggests?

theverge.com/201…-tv
its a good size I think 65 inch is to big if I change my mu7000 65 inch TV I would buy a better 55 inch set. though it is in my bedroom.
It really annoys me when all the video reviews are foreign I wonder if they take advantage of the exchange rate and buy loads of foreign designated TVs then flog em here
There's not much info about this tv on google. Looks like a Slovenian model.
tom619506/08/2019 11:30

There's not much info about this tv on google. Looks like a Slovenian …There's not much info about this tv on google. Looks like a Slovenian model.


It's part of their 2019 line up, their cheapest 4K TV.

The 60 and 70 inch sizes look to be unique to this model.
loofer06/08/2019 11:23

How does this LG compare to the following:Philips 65PUS6523 for £599 at AO …How does this LG compare to the following:Philips 65PUS6523 for £599 at AO Hisense H65AE6100uk for £529 at AOToshiba 65U5863DB for £529 at AO5" more screen for more or less same price. Not sure how rest of spec comparesAll claim to be HDR10 etc.Prices might be cheaper with any available AO codes or with other retailers.EDIT: hopefyully this is a unique link for comparsion of all 4 unitshttps://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/5ecec427b



LG TVs have got a better OS than those, and a wider range of apps.

Toshibas are made by Turkish budget manufacturer Vestel.

Hisense TVs are not that reliable and are owned by the Chinese government.

Philips TVs seem to be hit and miss depending on the model.

BIggest problem for me with the LG would be how far apart the legs are, I'd need a new stand, or sideboard or something.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 6th Aug 2019
as a previous LG owner, you can't go wrong, wouldn't waste time with Toshiba and Phillips as these aren't the brands they were decades ago
Cremoso9906/08/2019 12:43

LG TVs have got a better OS than those, and a wider range of apps.Toshibas …LG TVs have got a better OS than those, and a wider range of apps.Toshibas are made by Turkish budget manufacturer Vestel.Hisense TVs are not that reliable and are owned by the Chinese government.Philips TVs seem to be hit and miss depending on the model.BIggest problem for me with the LG would be how far apart the legs are, I'd need a new stand, or sideboard or something.


The biggest problem with LG is that the majority of their TV's use RGBW IPS panels.

The colours are wonky and the blacks are blue or grey.

I would always go for a VA panel TV, unless wide viewing angles are your main requirement, or if you can afford OLED.

I'm looking forward to Hisenses dual-layer LCD TV's for next year. They could be proper competition for OLEDs.
Edited by: "chancooluk" 6th Aug 2019
thefinest106/08/2019 13:18

as a previous LG owner, you can't go wrong, wouldn't waste time with …as a previous LG owner, you can't go wrong, wouldn't waste time with Toshiba and Phillips as these aren't the brands they were decades ago


Philips TV's are still good, especially at the higher end. They dipped a couple of years ago because they used Vestel to manufacture their TV's (same as Tosh), but their recent TV's have been pretty good.
chancooluk06/08/2019 13:33

The biggest problem with LG is that the majority of their TV's use RGBW …The biggest problem with LG is that the majority of their TV's use RGBW IPS panels. The colours are wonky and the blacks are blue or grey.I would always go for a VA panel TV, unless wide viewing angles are your main requirement.I'm looking forward to Hisenses dual-layer LCD TV's for next year. They could be proper competition for OLEDs.


This is a VA panel, looking at the comparisons in the post above, this looks a bit power hungry compared to the others also it's 5 inches smaller. Comes with magic remote which you can sell on eBay if you don't like it.
looking for a "70 tv does the model 70UM7100 come with an IR remote as i have a Harmony IR remote i want to use this with the TV thanks. I know further above somebody said it uses a magic remote is that bluetooth technology or IR
I bought one, gave in, only just fit in the back of a skoda superb estate lol
mbh6906/08/2019 15:21

I bought one, gave in, only just fit in the back of a skoda superb estate …I bought one, gave in, only just fit in the back of a skoda superb estate lol


what's it like? On the fence about this one, close to pulling the trigger.
Shakil88806/08/2019 15:33

what's it like? On the fence about this one, close to pulling the trigger.


I'v not opened the box but I just thought my last 2 tvs were lg from richer sounds and never needed the warranty so went for it, I'll install it later
mbh6905/08/2019 22:06

If this was from richer sounds or John Lewis with 5+ year warranty I'd go …If this was from richer sounds or John Lewis with 5+ year warranty I'd go for it.


Get them to price match it?
chancooluk06/08/2019 13:33

The biggest problem with LG is that the majority of their TV's use RGBW …The biggest problem with LG is that the majority of their TV's use RGBW IPS panels. The colours are wonky and the blacks are blue or grey.I would always go for a VA panel TV, unless wide viewing angles are your main requirement, or if you can afford OLED.I'm looking forward to Hisenses dual-layer LCD TV's for next year. They could be proper competition for OLEDs.



Not the 60 and 70 inch ones though apparently and Display Specs say the same.

displayspecifications.com/en/…997

I thought LG made IPS panels in this size but if not then they can only be Sharp panels as they are the only other manufacturer who makes panels that size. Sharp panels in an LG set should be pretty good as the problem with Sharp TVs is not the panel but everything else.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 6th Aug 2019
chancooluk06/08/2019 13:33

The biggest problem with LG is that the majority of their TV's use RGBW …The biggest problem with LG is that the majority of their TV's use RGBW IPS panels. The colours are wonky and the blacks are blue or grey.I would always go for a VA panel TV, unless wide viewing angles are your main requirement, or if you can afford OLED.I'm looking forward to Hisenses dual-layer LCD TV's for next year. They could be proper competition for OLEDs.


Really???? Can you prove that? I have a lg rgbw...its picture is superb.......and I can prove it!!!!! here is my pc screen in 4k
Chancool.....you are are a lg tv troll why are you miss informing people? Work for hisense maybe?
Edited by: "filfee" 6th Aug 2019
Hdmi 2.1????
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