LG 65 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV - Carbon Titan £1124.98 @ Amazon
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LG 65 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV - Carbon Titan £1124.98 @ Amazon

£1,124.98
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Found 9th Feb
Seems a pretty good deal for a 65" 4k TV. Sold and dispatched from amazon

This high quality television supports 4K resolution which enables standard definition to upscale to near 4k like quality and is navigated via the award winning Smart TV webOS.

ULTRA HD 4K resolution is four times that of Full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close.

Combining colour packages and light filtering technology ColourPrime Pro delivers a wider range of colour spectrum. What you are watching is more vibrant and vivid with colours and shades that you never knew existed.

When something is shown in HDR there is a dynamic range on display that is closer to the huge range of colours and shades that your eye can process. HDR gives your eye more to see, sun glistens off water, stars shine brighter in the sky, the lights of the city glow stronger at night.

Stream 4K UHD programmes from your favourite providers thanks to advanced HEVC decoding technology. 4K UHD content available exclusively through Smart TV webOS from selected providers only. Minimum standard of internet connection and subscription may be required.

Item model number: 65UH661V
- Voyager

10 Comments

but not really 4k as it's a rgbw screen guys! it's 2.8 k at best!

Hisense 65M7000 cheaper and better.

scaredpassenger

but not really 4k as it's a rgbw screen guys! it's 2.8 k at best!



At best? 2.8K is the worst figure you can contrive if you focus on a single row and assign a white subpixel to every pixel, and even that comes to 2.88 so you have to be miserly with your rounding too.

For TV use I haven't seen any complaints about it lacking in sharpness compared with other screens. The colours may be an issue but not being '4K' isn't.

shariifi

Hisense 65M7000 cheaper and better.



I'd expect a better picture yeah, but the LG does have a SmartTV system.

If it isn't really 4k, why is it being advertised as such? Wouldn't that be false advertising?

This was £999 on Amazon the other day.

Rob_1304

If it isn't really 4k, why is it being advertised as such? Wouldn't that … If it isn't really 4k, why is it being advertised as such? Wouldn't that be false advertising?



Yes, its either got a resolution of 3840 × 2160 or it hasn't.

well as luck would have it my local pc world had both this and the 60uh850v on display right next to each other, running off the same 4k feed, this TV was bloody awful in comparison to the 850v! as far as I'm aware the manufacturer is being looked into with regards to them labeling it as 4k as it isn't truly a 4k set due to the fact a quarter of all the image is made up of white only unlike proper 4k sets.

to be fair just go and have a watch of one and compare it to any other 4k set, you'll see the difference!

Rob_1304

If it isn't really 4k, why is it being advertised as such? Wouldn't that … If it isn't really 4k, why is it being advertised as such? Wouldn't that be false advertising?

scaredpassenger

4k as it isn't truly a 4k set due to the fact a quarter of all the image … 4k as it isn't truly a 4k set due to the fact a quarter of all the image is made up of white only unlike proper 4k sets.

scaredpassenger

well as luck would have it my local pc world had both this and the … well as luck would have it my local pc world had both this and the 60uh850v on display right next to each other, running off the same 4k feed, this TV was bloody awful in comparison to the 850v! as far as I'm aware the manufacturer is being looked into with regards to them labeling it



Not quite, it can display 3840 pixels horizontally or 2160 pixels vertically. Does that make it 4K?



Uh...

Much 4K content, for example Blu-ray UHD, is 4:2:0 compressed. That means that three quarters of the colour information has been removed. Are they not truly 4K videos?



The 850V is a higher end model with a whole host of other picture quality improvements so of course it look better. You have to compare it to similarly positioned TVs like a Samsung KU6000, Philips 6401, Sony XD70 or Panasonic DX600.

This is a mid-range TV and every mid-range TV has compromises that mean it can't reproduce a picture as faithfully as a high end TV. This is just one of many and I don't see any evidence that it has a much bigger effect than others.

Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 11th Feb
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