LG 65UJ630V 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) £849 Amazon
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LG 65UJ630V 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) £849 Amazon

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And compatible with the blue planet 2 4k hdr that the BBC will be previewing. Unlike my LG 4k TV 👿

Same price at AO and Currys(for 634v model)... so looks like an average price for tv this size with RGBW panel...

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pavel767 m ago

Same price at AO and Currys(for 634v model)... so looks like an average …Same price at AO and Currys(for 634v model)... so looks like an average price for tv this size with RGBW panel...


You're welcome.

steven5watson3 h, 6 m ago

And compatible with the blue planet 2 4k hdr that the BBC will be …And compatible with the blue planet 2 4k hdr that the BBC will be previewing. Unlike my LG 4k TV 👿


Compatible yeah, although you won't see much benefit from a HDR on a TV like this. You'll definitely notice the higher bitrate though.

How good is the 43 inch version of this tv? worth the money? Also is it 10bit panel?
Edited by: "Ughari" 7th Dec

Ughari2 h, 14 m ago

How good is the 43 inch version of this tv? worth the money? Also is it …How good is the 43 inch version of this tv? worth the money? Also is it 10bit panel?


Generally speaking this is a cheap and cheerful mid-range TV for people who don't watch a lot of SD channels and would benefit from the HDCP 2.2 support (Netflix UHD/Sky Q 4K) compared with the Full HD TVs at the same price.

At this price it's as much about the quality of the implementation than the hardware.

10-bit panels are just a minor refinement found on high end TVs after more influential hardware has been added. I think in LG's LCD range it's only the two one or two models that have one. It's certainly not worth looking at as a buyer. If banding worries you particularly then you need to look at tests as there are other causes of it too.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 7th Dec

EndlessWaves2 h, 53 m ago

Generally speaking this is a cheap and cheerful mid-range TV for people …Generally speaking this is a cheap and cheerful mid-range TV for people who don't watch a lot of SD channels and would benefit from the HDCP 2.2 support (Netflix UHD/Sky Q 4K) compared with the Full HD TVs at the same price.At this price it's as much about the quality of the implementation than the hardware. 10-bit panels are just a minor refinement found on high end TVs after more influential hardware has been added. I think in LG's LCD range it's only the two one or two models that have one. It's certainly not worth looking at as a buyer. If banding worries you particularly then you need to look at tests as there are other causes of it too.

Thanks for the in depth answer. For a tv roughly in the budget of around £500 what would you recommend? You seem to know alot more than me and I don't want to buy a bad tv

Ughari4 h, 48 m ago

Thanks for the in depth answer. For a tv roughly in the budget of around …Thanks for the in depth answer. For a tv roughly in the budget of around £500 what would you recommend? You seem to know alot more than me and I don't want to buy a bad tv


It's a pretty competitive market as you'd expect with 6-7 manufacturers so when it comes to core functionality like image quality bad TVs are few and far between, it's mostly just finding the trade-offs that suit you best. The only real areas where some TVs could be said to be outright bad compared to comparable models is secondary functionality such as available apps.

What size are you after on that budget? 40/43"? Are you going to be watching mostly 4K or HDR sources?

EndlessWaves35 m ago

It's a pretty competitive market as you'd expect with 6-7 manufacturers so …It's a pretty competitive market as you'd expect with 6-7 manufacturers so when it comes to core functionality like image quality bad TVs are few and far between, it's mostly just finding the trade-offs that suit you best. The only real areas where some TVs could be said to be outright bad compared to comparable models is secondary functionality such as available apps. What size are you after on that budget? 40/43"? Are you going to be watching mostly 4K or HDR sources?

I'd like to get a 43inch tv max id spend is £550 to be honest I just want an all rounder good tv and something that will work well with a PS4 pro.

Ughari11 h, 38 m ago

I'd like to get a 43inch tv max id spend is £550 to be honest I just want …I'd like to get a 43inch tv max id spend is £550 to be honest I just want an all rounder good tv and something that will work well with a PS4 pro.


I'd probably opt for a Panasonic EX700 or 40" MU6400 then.

I'll take a look at them thanks? How do them tvs compare with the xe80 43 inch?

good deal
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