LG 60UH650V 60 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV HDR £678.05 @ Argos
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LG 60UH650V 60 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV HDR £678.05 @ Argos

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Found 30th Apr 2017
25% off at Argos to £749. Use promo code 'TV10' for further reduction to £678.05. Price includes Delivery
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wasn't entirely sure, was hoping someone would be along to point these things out lol. To be honest I am stuck between this Tv and the LG 55UH850V which is obviously smaller, but presuming is the better panel of the two
Real tempted by this but not sure if there is a better deal or better tv at same price!
Such a big decision
good price
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decent price for 60" by any means
A very good set. I have one myself! Really recommend buying the magic remote too if this screen does not come with one, otherwise it's a real nightmare to use. The magic remote is basically a mouse with a scroll wheel. You just point it to the area on the screen and the mouse moves.

I'm still finding new features, connectivity is excellent, particularly with network content, bluetooth support etc.

The only real downside with these is that the IPS panel has a great viewing angle, but at the cost of getting muddy blacks. The local dimming does help, but the reality is that the local dimming is also a big distraction. You don't really ever get used to it so always noticing.
That said, I wouldn't want to swap it for another set, and will do me until OLED becomes a bit more affordable at this feature level and price point.

Mine was cheaper though, it was an amazon warehouse deal and ultimately only cost me around £400 + £50 for the magic remote.

The interface on these is particularly snappy, and there are continually updated apps so you can throw away the fire tv stick.
I have this TV, not bad for PS4 XB1s HDR 4k and UHD Bluray. Paid 675.00 from Very when they had 10% off TV's. It only had 1 USB port and 3 hdmi. The apps are not great. Android is slightly better as you can install kodi.
FamGuy

A very good set. I have one myself! Really recommend buying the magic … A very good set. I have one myself! Really recommend buying the magic remote too if this screen does not come with one, otherwise it's a real nightmare to use. The magic remote is basically a mouse with a scroll wheel. You just point it to the area on the screen and the mouse moves. I'm still finding new features, connectivity is excellent, particularly with network content, bluetooth support etc.The only real downside with these is that the IPS panel has a great viewing angle, but at the cost of getting muddy blacks. The local dimming does help, but the reality is that the local dimming is also a big distraction. You don't really ever get used to it so always noticing. That said, I wouldn't want to swap it for another set, and will do me until OLED becomes a bit more affordable at this feature level and price point. Mine was cheaper though, it was an amazon warehouse deal and ultimately only cost me around £400 + £50 for the magic remote.The interface on these is particularly snappy, and there are continually updated apps so you can throw away the fire tv stick.


I did not have the magic remote. I installed the LG app on my phone. Had the TV a week and my Puggle ate my remote.oO
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FamGuy

A very good set. I have one myself! Really recommend buying the magic … A very good set. I have one myself! Really recommend buying the magic remote too if this screen does not come with one, otherwise it's a real nightmare to use. The magic remote is basically a mouse with a scroll wheel. You just point it to the area on the screen and the mouse moves. I'm still finding new features, connectivity is excellent, particularly with network content, bluetooth support etc.The only real downside with these is that the IPS panel has a great viewing angle, but at the cost of getting muddy blacks. The local dimming does help, but the reality is that the local dimming is also a big distraction. You don't really ever get used to it so always noticing. That said, I wouldn't want to swap it for another set, and will do me until OLED becomes a bit more affordable at this feature level and price point. Mine was cheaper though, it was an amazon warehouse deal and ultimately only cost me around £400 + £50 for the magic remote.The interface on these is particularly snappy, and there are continually updated apps so you can throw away the fire tv stick.



That's good to know FamGuy. That was my plan also to wait until the OLEDs come down in price. unfortunately my trusty 8 year old LG 50ps3000 1080p plasma got smashed at the weekend so have to make do with offers at the moment. was pretty gutted to be fair, reckon that had a good few years left in it still lol
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dusktilldawn

I have this TV, not bad for PS4 XB1s HDR 4k and UHD Bluray. Paid 675.00 … I have this TV, not bad for PS4 XB1s HDR 4k and UHD Bluray. Paid 675.00 from Very when they had 10% off TV's. It only had 1 USB port and 3 hdmi. The apps are not great. Android is slightly better as you can install kodi.



Not to much of an issue for me in regards to apps etc as I have my pc hooked up for all media purposes. Was that offer just recently?
dusktilldawn

I did not have the magic remote. I installed the LG app on my phone. Had … I did not have the magic remote. I installed the LG app on my phone. Had the TV a week and my Puggle ate my remote.oO



This is the one you need for this series of TV's

amazon.co.uk/LG-…ote
balmain89

Not to much of an issue for me in regards to apps etc as I have my pc … Not to much of an issue for me in regards to apps etc as I have my pc hooked up for all media purposes. Was that offer just recently?


I think it was in February and the cashback was confirmed in April.
FamGuy

This is the one you need for this series of … This is the one you need for this series of TV'shttps://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-ANMR650-Remote-Control-selected/dp/B01KSYCYHO/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1493577981&sr=8-2&keywords=LG+Magic+remote


Thanks for the link. I am not sure that the magic remote is compatible. The original remote still works but the top left was chewed to the pcb. Luckily she did not bite the power button. There are no buttons on the TV either. Not even a power button. The app on my phone works just as well as the magic remote. As you use the touch screen as a mouse. I may even install on to my tablet thinking about it.
Edited by: "dusktilldawn" 30th Apr 2017
balmain89

Not to much of an issue for me in regards to apps etc as I have my pc … Not to much of an issue for me in regards to apps etc as I have my pc hooked up for all media purposes. Was that offer just recently?


The media player works quite well. Hook up a USB full of movies or TV and it runs pretty well.
dusktilldawn

Thanks for the link. I am not sure that the magic remote is compatible. … Thanks for the link. I am not sure that the magic remote is compatible. The original remote still works but the top left was chewed to the pcb. Luckily she did not bite the power button. There are no buttons on the TV either. Not even a power button. The app on my phone works just as well as the magic remote. As you use the touch screen as a mouse. I may even install on to my tablet thinking about it.




I have the same set, and this is the correct remote control. It essentially runs on Bluetooth and will work on any of the 2016 webOS lineup with an integrated Bluetooth radio.
Bare in mind that using a tablet or phone means that if your broadband goes down, you have neither internet or the ability to turn your tv on or off without dipping in to your phone's data plan.
Do you have Sky tv? You can program the sky remote to at least turn on and off, switch channels etc.

Edited by: "FamGuy" 1st May 2017
lg make good panels for tv as good if not better than samsung
dusktilldawn

Thanks for the link. I am not sure that the magic remote is compatible. … Thanks for the link. I am not sure that the magic remote is compatible. The original remote still works but the top left was chewed to the pcb. Luckily she did not bite the power button. There are no buttons on the TV either. Not even a power button. The app on my phone works just as well as the magic remote. As you use the touch screen as a mouse. I may even install on to my tablet thinking about it.



​Yes, there is a button under lg logo. That enables you to power on/off and channel +/-
balmain89

wasn't entirely sure, was hoping someone would be along to point these … wasn't entirely sure, was hoping someone would be along to point these things out lol. To be honest I am stuck between this Tv and the LG 55UH850V which is obviously smaller, but presuming is the better panel of the two


get the 55UH850V, as 60" panels are not premium panels, get 55 or 65, never a 60
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TwistedNerve

get the 55UH850V, as 60" panels are not premium panels, get 55 or 65, … get the 55UH850V, as 60" panels are not premium panels, get 55 or 65, never a 60



​looking at the 55uh850v as we speak. currys doing them for £724 with a promo code. also 5 year guarantee with it. think will have to sleep on this one lol
Personally looking for a 55'' LG 4K TV for around £500, would appreciate suggestions if possible, mostly for movies and sports. Argos, Currys do have some but just not sure if they are the latest range and many of them seem to be identical yet the prices vary £100 in difference in some cases.
balmain89

looking at the 55uh850v as we speak. currys doing them for £724 with a … looking at the 55uh850v as we speak. currys doing them for £724 with a promo code. also 5 year guarantee with it. think will have to sleep on this one lol



Do it, it's superb, and somewhat future proof with Dolby vision, hdr10 and will have HLG too. Doesn't reach HDR premium standards in terms of brightness and is 8 bit FRC instead of 10 bit (not that you'd notice) but it's a damn fine set. 3d on it is amazing, only bettered by oled.
l33tpilot

Personally looking for a 55'' LG 4K TV for around £500, would appreciate … Personally looking for a 55'' LG 4K TV for around £500, would appreciate suggestions if possible, mostly for movies and sports. Argos, Currys do have some but just not sure if they are the latest range and many of them seem to be identical yet the prices vary £100 in difference in some cases.



If you have to have LG then make sure it has a VA panel not IPS as their budget sets use rgbw panels.

Does it have to be LG? Hisense do some decent sets.

Mate bought this and seems to rave about it

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5389805?cmpid=COJUN&utm_campaign=11553376&cjsurferid=178603750761232379%3AeYWCBBjWBxxT&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_content=Future+Publishing+Ltd&utm_source=CJ&catalogId=10001&storeId=10151&_%24ja=tsid%3A11674%7Cprd%3A6361382&utm_term=3486349&referredURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fproduct%2F5389805&referrer=COJUN

Ambilight is cool, have the 1080 version in our office
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 1st May 2017
I'm in the same boat do I go big 55/60 or stick to 49.
I wanted to stick to LG for the NOW TV support, I think I want to keep 3D too so heading down the 49/850 option, it states that that one comes with the magic remote. I do use the app at the minute on my older 47~LG and its been a great set.
Argos also has an offer to save 50% on bush HDMI cables when bought with any TV. Discount applied at checkout, no code needed.
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golfgti

lg make good panels for tv as good if not better than samsung

hdtvtest.co.uk/new…htm
dusktilldawn

I have this TV, not bad for PS4 XB1s HDR 4k and UHD Bluray. Paid 675.00 … I have this TV, not bad for PS4 XB1s HDR 4k and UHD Bluray. Paid 675.00 from Very when they had 10% off TV's. It only had 1 USB port and 3 hdmi. The apps are not great. Android is slightly better as you can install kodi.


You can put IPTV on these TV's :-)
discoman2016

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rgbw-201510084189.htm



Yawn. You forgot to mention LG's 7/8/9 series models, and OLED, in your response.
With 5 year warranty at John Lewis for £749 delivered. No brainer buy from JL.
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ezzer72

Yawn. You forgot to mention LG's 7/8/9 series models, and OLED, in your … Yawn. You forgot to mention LG's 7/8/9 series models, and OLED, in your response.


see comment no.1 and try this LG OLED deal hotukdeals.com/dea…108 or this LG TV hotukdeals.com/dea…198
l33tpilot

Personally looking for a 55'' LG 4K TV for around £500, would appreciate … Personally looking for a 55'' LG 4K TV for around £500, would appreciate suggestions if possible, mostly for movies and sports. Argos, Currys do have some but just not sure if they are the latest range and many of them seem to be identical yet the prices vary £100 in difference in some cases.



Get the hisense 55m7000 from Johnlewis using price match for £599 so you have 5yo guarantee.
Is this the best 60" tv price wise?
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jaydeeuk1

Do it, it's superb, and somewhat future proof with Dolby vision, hdr10 … Do it, it's superb, and somewhat future proof with Dolby vision, hdr10 and will have HLG too. Doesn't reach HDR premium standards in terms of brightness and is 8 bit FRC instead of 10 bit (not that you'd notice) but it's a damn fine set. 3d on it is amazing, only bettered by oled.



Went into Currys today to see the tv on your recommendation and was quite impressed with it, so it's being deliverd tomorrow. Happy days (_;)
This or the other 60ku6000 samsung deal?
balmain89

looking at the 55uh850v as we speak. currys doing them for £724 with a … looking at the 55uh850v as we speak. currys doing them for £724 with a promo code. also 5 year guarantee with it. think will have to sleep on this one lol




Would you be good enough to share the promo code for the £75 extra duscount please. All the codes I have tried seem to have expired. Thanks
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ashleyh

Would you be good enough to share the promo code for the £75 extra … Would you be good enough to share the promo code for the £75 extra duscount please. All the codes I have tried seem to have expired. Thanks



LSTV75A it still works just bought this tv with code a couple of hours ago​
How long is the warranty? 1 year would be a joke.
discoman2016

LG4K? RGBW panel http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/ea1c500



In English?
reckoning

In English?


It doesn't have the full 4K amount of coloured sub-pixels. Okay, maybe that wasn't plain English enough haha.

Each pixel on a display is made up of three sub-pixels: red, green, blue. You get the idea...those primary colours together make the rainbow, so to speak. So on a 4K display you would expect to see 3840 × 2160 pixels, each comprising 3 sub-pixels.

On an LG RGBW TV, each third red, green, or blue pixel is replaced with a white one, i.e. not a colour one. This is different to LG's OLED TVs that use an ADDITIONAL white sub-pixel (so that each pixel is made up of four sub-pixels).

It's basically replacing a quarter of the sub-pixels in the display with white ones. This means colours look dull and washed out, and fine text looks weird when you hook the TV up to a PC.

I might add that the primary reason I returned my 43 inch LG TV was because it stuttered when viewing Freeview HD, but the RGBW scandal definitely helped me decide to return it...
I am after a decent 65" 4K ULTRA HD TV for under a 1k.....any suggestion!!!



Sheza1

It doesn't have the full 4K amount of coloured sub-pixels. Okay, maybe … It doesn't have the full 4K amount of coloured sub-pixels. Okay, maybe that wasn't plain English enough haha.Each pixel on a display is made up of three sub-pixels: red, green, blue. You get the idea...those primary colours together make the rainbow, so to speak. So on a 4K display you would expect to see 3840 × 2160 pixels, each comprising 3 sub-pixels. On an LG RGBW TV, each third red, green, or blue pixel is replaced with a white one, i.e. not a colour one. This is different to LG's OLED TVs that use an ADDITIONAL white sub-pixel (so that each pixel is made up of four sub-pixels). It's basically replacing a quarter of the sub-pixels in the display with white ones. This means colours look dull and washed out, and fine text looks weird when you hook the TV up to a PC.I might add that the primary reason I returned my 43 inch LG TV was because it stuttered when viewing Freeview HD, but the RGBW scandal definitely helped me decide to return it...



​My reply was a little obtuse but I didn't expect that level of explanation thanks
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