LG 65UJ630V 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) £899 @ Amazon
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LG 65UJ630V 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) £899 @ Amazon

£899£979 8% Amazon Deals
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Found 26th Nov
Plus 5 year warranty

Deal of the day

Next cheapest I can see is reliant at £979. Please correct me if there is cheaper!

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Original Poster

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Just seen this - is it any good?

eta, no good for me - just read reviews - the feet are fixed at the corners and it wont fit on an already large glass table!
Edited by: "mattr" 26th Nov

IB4TTB............ In before the(is this) ten bit.

8+2 but is backlit not side ....... I wouldn't buy it ... I would pay extra and get a better tv .... A Hisense 65" would be better

Tempting, we have LG’s in every room. I can’t see why everyone likes Hisense, have you got a Hisense Chris

Go through smile.amazon.co.uk, select your charity, then 0.5% of what you spend is given to charity on all eligable purchase, including this one

chriskautz47 m ago

https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/939ab53


So many errors on that site really wish people would stop taking what has been posted on there as the defacto answer. The colours it is able to reproduce is wrong on there because the TV is rgbw, so it can't possible produce the same amount of colours as a normal rgb structure TV.
Edited by: "MIDURIX" 26th Nov

MIDURIX7 m ago

So many errors on that site really wish people would stop taking what has …So many errors on that site really wish people would stop taking what has been posted on there as the defacto answer. The colours it is able to reproduce is wrong on there because the TV is rgbw, so it can't possible produce the same amount of colours as a normal rgb structure TV.



When you consider that OLED is a RGBW .. you really need to learn the difference . Just do a little research . I only use that site to give some idea , yes it has errors , but not as many as you make

Hey guys.. clearly you are all clued up on all of this, would you mind helping me and letting me know what the difference is and which you would buy out of 65UJ630V or the 65SJ810V - the 810 is more expensive by 100 pounds.. but is it worth it?

chriskautz12 m ago

When you consider that OLED is a RGBW .. you really need to learn the …When you consider that OLED is a RGBW .. you really need to learn the difference . Just do a little research . I only use that site to give some idea , yes it has errors , but not as many as you make


OLED TVs are not rgbw in the way that these cheaper LG led tvs are. The led ones have less red, green and blue pixels than a normal 4k TV and white pixels are put in their place to try to generate similar colours. You can't tell me the OLED TVs do the same.

Are you getting confused between OLED subpixels. Each pixel is made up of a white, red, green and blue.
Edited by: "MIDURIX" 26th Nov

Thomas.Muir1 h, 8 m ago

Tempting, we have LG’s in every room. I can’t see why everyone likes His …Tempting, we have LG’s in every room. I can’t see why everyone likes Hisense, have you got a Hisense Chris



Hi Thomas .. No .. I have had LG's now for 17 years , can't fault them , then again I always buy the top models for everyday viewing and a lesser for the bedroom . Hisense are better than the low end Tv's of many manufacturers . The reviews from people that own and from professional TV calibrators say they are indeed excellent value for money . I am not a professional reveiwer , I just like to research my next TV and compare the fearures and the picture quality , so that I am getting the best TV for a set budget .

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Ok this is SUHD with Top Cash back - 999 and has 5 years warranty..

But i dont actually know if it is better.. it is edge lit not direct lit but has better frame interpolation at 2800 and frequeny at 200Hz... what does that actually and does anyone know which is better value or what the above means?
Reviews seem to favor the UJ630V.. but the tech "sounds" better in the SJ810V... 🤔🤔
Edited by moderator: "trimmed link" 26th Nov

dwattsy212 h, 27 m ago

Go through smile.amazon.co.uk, select your charity, then 0.5% of what you …Go through smile.amazon.co.uk, select your charity, then 0.5% of what you spend is given to charity on all eligable purchase, including this one


wish it would do this once you log in but it doesn;t it reverts back to the original amazon website so the charity doesn't get anything this way. whenever i do a search of a item on google it does show similar smile products which is good.

hotdealsuk19731 h, 12 m ago

wish it would do this once you log in but it doesn;t it reverts back to …wish it would do this once you log in but it doesn;t it reverts back to the original amazon website so the charity doesn't get anything this way. whenever i do a search of a item on google it does show similar smile products which is good.


It shouldn't do, it works fine for me. If you go to smile.amazon.co.uk and activate it and select your charity, then always start at smile.amazon.co.uk before you search for items then it should work
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