LG 75UJ675V 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - £500 off today only - £1999 @ Currys
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LG 75UJ675V 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - £500 off today only - £1999 @ Currys

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Found 31st Aug 2017Edited by:"blue_eyes777"
Looks a fantastic deal for a 75 incher! The Hisense was this much money just a few weeks ago and got very hot!

Top features:

- 4K screen displays stunning pictures with impressive detail and clarity

- HDR supports the widest colour range currently available on a TV

- Comprehensive Smart functions cover all your catch-up and streaming needs

- Freeview Play makes catching up on missed programmes simple

4K
display

The 4K screen delivers stunning picture quality from any compatible source, including 4K Blu-ray players, games consoles, and the built-in 4K streaming apps.

From nature documentaries to sports, you can expect sharp detail on everything you're watching.

Active High Dynamic Range (HDR)


Active HDR gives your pictures deeper contrast and brighter colours for natural and realistic colour reproduction.

You'll notice it in films and TV shows more, with blacks appearing much darker without muddying the screen and making it hard to see.

Comprehensive Smart


The UJ67 has all of the terrestrial catch-up TV services - BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, and Demand 5, so don't need to plug anything else into it to catch up on all your new and favourite programmes.

There's also 4K versions of Netflix, Amazon Prime, and YouTube to help you take advantage of the TV's impressive picture quality.

Freeview Play

Freeview Play lets you scroll back through a week's worth of programmes and play them in your catch-up apps.

You don't need to open your app and search through them all to find something you've missed, just look back through the programme guide and click.

Don't forget your HDMI cables


Check out our range of HDMI cables to connect your input devices and to make sure your new TV has a perfect picture with improved transfer speeds.

Look out for the Sandstrom Silver Series HDMI cables with their lifetime warranty.

Wall mount your TV

Wall mounting is a great way to save floor space and accent your living room décor. If you want to wall mount this TV, browse our TV accessories to find the right 600 x 400 VESA mount.
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Bigdiv31st Aug 2017

If you don't know what RGBW means you shouldn't be posting TV deals.


The requirement for posting deals doesn't include being an expert in the product field. This is a general community forum, if you want to make smart comments head over to avforums.
Edited by: "Jinkz" 31st Aug 2017
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i would love to watch forest lose to the Rams on one of these beasts .

Think it's still a bit pricey - but boy is it big!
Lol. It's the cheapest 75inch around
Shame that its not 3D as well
Don't waste your money, get the OLED!
Agreed. Manufacturers seem to have abandoned 3D
Oled 77 inch is 20 grand
blue_eyes77721 m ago

Lol. It's the cheapest 75inch around


75inch RGBW panel - not so great really
Meaning?
Is this a much better tv then? currys.co.uk/gbu…tml?intcmpid=display~RR
blue_eyes7774 m ago

Is this a much better tv then? …Is this a much better tv then? http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/samsung-ue75mu6100-75-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-led-tv-10162626-pdt.html?intcmpid=display~RR


If its anything like the 49 / 556400 inch then no. They have been having some terrible light bleed problems check out the thread on avforum, loads of people with issues
herby24727 m ago

Don't waste your money, get the OLED!


If you are meaning a 75inch OLED dont be ridiculous
However if you mean spend them same money on a 55inch OLED then I agree
Pay a little but extra and get an Optoma UHD60. You can watch 4K on a screen over 100 inches like it should be viewed.
pavel768 m ago

This is not 4K Tv


Well your comment lacks any scientific detail or analysis. It appears that full UHD is available on the monochromatic and luminance . See this link:
hdguru.com/lg-…ch/ which explains that:
"Critics of the LCD approach to RGBW say the unusual sub-pixel arrangement prevents the panels from achieving full UHD color resolution, and therefore the displays do not meet the Consumer Technology Association’s (CTA) definition of a 4K Ultra HDTV – this requires 3840×2160 active pixels with 8-bit color (each pixel needing to carry a separate R, G and B subpixel across the screen). But LG has countered that its RGBW displays achieve full UHD monochromatic resolution and full resolution on the luma (brightness) channel, which is all that some other international standards organizations require for a 4K UHD designation."
Personally I wouldn't drop nearly two grand on a LCD based LG, OLED yes and take a 10 inch screen cut on a 65" but this is overpriced in my opinion especially if its using RGBW and not Full 4K. Every recent example of an LG TV I've seen that uses an IPS panel has had noticeable issues, as someone mentioned above backlight bleed being one of them - exacerbated by the lack of contrast IPS is known for.

If the curve doesn't bother you, a 78" Samsung ue78ku6500 can be had from Crampton and Moore for £2400.
Wow that's a good price, especially when coupled with Edenred vouchers giving you 6.5% off - making it about £1870!

(Edenred is childcare voucher scheme).

I'm highly tempted to get this - it's HDR 10. My room will only suit a 92" projector and this saves a lot of hassle, plus its 4k!

Only concern is no one has tested it!
pavel7612 m ago

This is not 4K Tv


Actually this is a 4K tv. It's also HDR. The only issue is that it is an edge-lit TV rather than full-array or OLED. Personally I opted for a 65" OLED rather than a 75" LCD and couldn't be happier with my choice.

Size is important for the immersive aspect, but I couldn't justify it over the pure quality of the OLED. Look into the OLED65C7 which is what I went for and highly recommend.
Let me see - pay the plumber to install a new boiler - or a nice new big screen tv...hmmm
mastablasta21 m ago

Pay a little but extra and get an Optoma UHD60. You can watch 4K on a …Pay a little but extra and get an Optoma UHD60. You can watch 4K on a screen over 100 inches like it should be viewed.



Totally agree with this.

Even 75" isn't big enough for watching films.

Better off getting a 50-60" screen for every day use and a projector & screen that'll project a 100+" images for films.
For all those tempted on this because of the size only, then projection is 100% the way to go.

You can spend £450-500 for the Benq w1070 and have a 120" inch screen from under 4 meters away. My personal fav purchase last year and when paired with a cheap projection screen you've got a decent 1080p home cinema. Of course if you have £2000 to spare you can get a considerably better image, but I've been over the moon with mine for movies and gaming.
Bigdiv31st Aug 2017

If you don't know what RGBW means you shouldn't be posting TV deals.

Errr... I do and I explained it. Rude twit
You responded with 'meaning?' Then came back with what looks like a half hour Google lesson

"But LG has countered that its RGBW displays achieve full UHD monochromatic resolution and full resolution on the luma (brightness) channel, which is all that some other international standards organizations require for a 4K UHD designation.

Note: LG Display, which manufactures the LCD panels with RGBW technology for LG Electronics, is one of the world’s largest suppliers of LCD TV panels. It sells RGBW panels to other television manufacturers and brands. So far, none of those panel customers have called out the use of RGBW panels in their 4K Ultra HDTVs in 2016, and most have refused to disclose whether they use RGBW panels or not".

LG is using 'some other international standards organisations' to claim UHD.

Another case of manufacturers trying to bamboozle customers into believing what they claim.
Edited by: "Bigdiv" 31st Aug 2017
blue_eyes77713 m ago

Errr... I do and I explained it. Rude twit


Not rude at all... 75inch RGBW screen doesn't make any sense... well, at least don't get too excited. Better spend 2k on 55inch OLED than 75inch RGBW which is not able to display full colours correctly.
Bigdiv31st Aug 2017

If you don't know what RGBW means you shouldn't be posting TV deals.


The requirement for posting deals doesn't include being an expert in the product field. This is a general community forum, if you want to make smart comments head over to avforums.
Edited by: "Jinkz" 31st Aug 2017
uk_lawyer55 m ago

Actually this is a 4K tv. It's also HDR. The only issue is that it is an …Actually this is a 4K tv. It's also HDR. The only issue is that it is an edge-lit TV rather than full-array or OLED. Personally I opted for a 65" OLED rather than a 75" LCD and couldn't be happier with my choice. Size is important for the immersive aspect, but I couldn't justify it over the pure quality of the OLED. Look into the OLED65C7 which is what I went for and highly recommend.


I am looking at Oled65c7 how much did it set you back?
Anyone know what the response time is likely to be on this? Any good for 4K gaming in HDR10?
pavel7651 m ago

Not rude at all... 75inch RGBW screen doesn't make any sense... well, at …Not rude at all... 75inch RGBW screen doesn't make any sense... well, at least don't get too excited. Better spend 2k on 55inch OLED than 75inch RGBW which is not able to display full colours correctly.


But it's horses for courses - some folk are happy enough with a monster for the same price. And it is rude to tell somebody not to post a deal. If it wasn't for posters, there would be no HUKD
blue_eyes7778 m ago

But it's horses for courses - some folk are happy enough with a monster …But it's horses for courses - some folk are happy enough with a monster for the same price. And it is rude to tell somebody not to post a deal. If it wasn't for posters, there would be no HUKD


You are right
Sir_Deadpool_of_Awesome1 h, 26 m ago

For all those tempted on this because of the size only, then projection is …For all those tempted on this because of the size only, then projection is 100% the way to go.You can spend £450-500 for the Benq w1070 and have a 120" inch screen from under 4 meters away. My personal fav purchase last year and when paired with a cheap projection screen you've got a decent 1080p home cinema. Of course if you have £2000 to spare you can get a considerably better image, but I've been over the moon with mine for movies and gaming.



How noisy is that Benq? I've been wanting to get a projector again, but I had an Optoma years ago and the noise bugged me a lot!
Great deal. Been wondering what to do with this spare £2000 I had in my back pocket.
jaypr1 h, 41 m ago

Totally agree with this.Even 75" isn't big enough for watching films. …Totally agree with this.Even 75" isn't big enough for watching films. Better off getting a 50-60" screen for every day use and a projector & screen that'll project a 100+" images for films.



Nonsense, it depends how close you are, I sit about 8 feet away from my 65 inch Samsung QLED and the picture is plenty big. If it's a movie I really want to see I would go to my local IMAX.
lucyferror2 h, 38 m ago

Shame that its not 3D as well


3D died a while ago. VR is next to die.
Aldnoah6 m ago

3D died a while ago. VR is next to die.


What do you mean by dead? Plenty of people still go and see 3D movies at the cinema, even with the silly premium charge.

And VR is excellent but very much in it's infancy. Give it several years to develop and it will become mainstream.
Gormond16 m ago

What do you mean by dead? Plenty of people still go and see 3D movies at …What do you mean by dead? Plenty of people still go and see 3D movies at the cinema, even with the silly premium charge.And VR is excellent but very much in it's infancy. Give it several years to develop and it will become mainstream.


I agree. I still watch Blu-ray/play games in 3D. LG seem to be the only company still releasing 4k passive 3D tv's. I've not looked too much into them but I believe they are both 55".

The one feature nobody ever took advantage of is dual play. Such a good concept!
Edited by: "Dookie1985" 31st Aug 2017
Thats hot
Few months ago I saw Hisense 65" for around £800
Gormond27 m ago

What do you mean by dead? Plenty of people still go and see 3D movies at …What do you mean by dead? Plenty of people still go and see 3D movies at the cinema, even with the silly premium charge.And VR is excellent but very much in it's infancy. Give it several years to develop and it will become mainstream.


There's a difference between commercial 3D at the cinema and 3D in the home. 3D in the home has been a fail. It didn't take off like they thought it would. People don't care about it. 4K w or w/o HDR is where it's at. And VR has been around for a long time. It comes and goes like a fad and never works out.
Aldnoah37 m ago

3D died a while ago. VR is next to die.

Yet films are still being released in 3D. And VR isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
Quidco is £70 for Tvs over £1k
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