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LG 75UK6200PLB 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £999 @ Currys
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LG 75UK6200PLB 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £999 @ Currys

£999£1,79944%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 4th Dec 2018

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Product features

4K HDR Ultra HD Certified with HDR10
Catch-up TV & 4K Streaming with Google Assistant
Picture quality: TruMotion 100
Freeview HD with Freeview Play / Freesat HD
HDMI 2.0b x 3


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Top features:

- Detailed entertainment with a 4K HDR IPS screen

- ThinQ AI & Google Assistant brings voice control to your TV

- Sounds as good as it looks with Ultra Surround

- webOS smart TV means there's plenty to watch

- 4K movies and upscaled content provides high resolution viewing

Detailed entertainment

The LG 75UK6200PLB 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV gives you a great view no matter where you're sitting - the IPS panel has a 4K resolution, packing plenty of pixels onto the 75" screen. Even when you're sitting off-centre, the image won't be distorted, so you can pack everyone into the room for film night.

Advanced HDR technology helps to boost the contrast of your screen, so you can see the details normally lost in bright or dark scenes. It's compatible with a variety of HDR formats, giving you plenty of options. With scene-by-scene image processing, every moment looks just the way it should.

ThinQ AI & Google Assistant

When you've been binging on Prime Video's latest series you don't always want to navigate to the app each time. LG's smart voice assistant makes it that bit easier. Using the Magic Remote (sold separately) you can ask the TV to play the Grand Tour and it'll load it up for you. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. It'll search for content across multiple platforms, switch modes, control the TV, and much more.

And with Google Assistant built-in you can do even more. Find out what's in your calendar, how long your commute will take, check the weather, control your smart home devices, and much more. All you need to do is ask.

If you've got an Amazon Alexa speaker you can use voice commands to control the TV too. Let the kids know it's bedtime by switching off the TV using your voice, even if you're in the kitchen.

Sounds as good as it looks

No matter how good it looks, it's hard to enjoy a movie if you can't hear what's going on. That's why the UK6200PLB has Ultra Surround technology, creating seven virtual channels, so you'll feel like you're surrounded by sound.

webOS

Got home from a long day and not sure what to watch? There's a whole range of content available on the webOS smart platform. You'll can browse popular catch up TV services, or stream 4K content from services like YouTube. You can also download more apps onto your TV.

Whether you're settling down for a boxset or catching up on a show you've missed, you're never far away from your favourite content. And with Freeview Play, you can catch-up from the last week straight from the TV guide.

4K movies and upscaled content

As well as being able to stream 4K content with HEVC decoding, the 75UK6200 can upscale standard content to almost 4K quality. The siz-step upscaling works with online content, terrestrial programmes or catch up TV, so no matter what you're watching, you can get the very best detail.

Effortless installation

For setup without the squabbles, our Team Knowhow experts can connect your new TV to your Blu-ray player, sound bar, and other devices. They'll even get you online so you can put your feet up and start watching straight away. Pass the popcorn.


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rev604/12/2018 17:33

75" but still such wide stand legs.


Describes half the women at my local Gala bingo hall.......
I recommend the sandstorm HDMI cable with it, only £100
Dropping 5 inches and going for the 70UK6950PLA is a better buy in my opinion. It uses a quality VA Sharp Panel which will be 100/120Hz native so it wont be so bad on the motion blur front compared with the IPS used in the 75UK6200PLB. The Vestel clones (the 75" Toshiba for example) also use the same IPS panel which is an indicator that it's one of LG's low end cheaper panels. Nothing wrong with this though, dirt cheap for a 75 incher but I would have a look at the 70" first and compare both in the flesh if you can.
Edited by: "freakstyler" 4th Dec 2018
Deviant.13 m ago

Beware.... https://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-75uk6200plb.2200295/


Most people here say good things about it apart from the 1 year warranty and that it might use older parts.
Considering it's a 75 inch sub 1000 it's a pretty good deal.
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That’s a lot of tv for the money heat from me
75" but still such wide stand legs.
older crt panels must have a lot more quality than this one
Deviant.13 m ago

Beware.... https://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-75uk6200plb.2200295/


Most people here say good things about it apart from the 1 year warranty and that it might use older parts.
Considering it's a 75 inch sub 1000 it's a pretty good deal.
75 inch for under a grand? I wonder what it was made with
I recommend the sandstorm HDMI cable with it, only £100
bobo5316 s ago

I recommend the sandstorm HDMI cable with it, only £100


Good deal
rev604/12/2018 17:33

75" but still such wide stand legs.


Describes half the women at my local Gala bingo hall.......
zx636r2 m ago

Describes half the women at my local Gala bingo hall.......


nothingmuch04/12/2018 18:06

75 inch for under a grand? I wonder what it was made with


Plastic, metal,glass and a bit science
Dropping 5 inches and going for the 70UK6950PLA is a better buy in my opinion. It uses a quality VA Sharp Panel which will be 100/120Hz native so it wont be so bad on the motion blur front compared with the IPS used in the 75UK6200PLB. The Vestel clones (the 75" Toshiba for example) also use the same IPS panel which is an indicator that it's one of LG's low end cheaper panels. Nothing wrong with this though, dirt cheap for a 75 incher but I would have a look at the 70" first and compare both in the flesh if you can.
Edited by: "freakstyler" 4th Dec 2018
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This or OLED? Is there even a contest?
MrFlux00137 s ago

This or OLED? Is there even a contest?



Picture quality wise, no. But 55" vs 75". What a difference
Edited by: "rev6" 4th Dec 2018
freakstyler04/12/2018 20:29

Dropping 5 inches and going for the 70UK6950PLA is a better buy in my …Dropping 5 inches and going for the 70UK6950PLA is a better buy in my opinion. It uses a quality VA Sharp Panel which will be 100/120Hz native so it wont be so bad on the motion blur front compared with the IPS used in the 75UK6200PLB. The Vestel clones (the 75" Toshiba for example) also use the same IPS panel which is an indicator that it's one of LG's low end cheaper panels. Nothing wrong with this though, dirt cheap for a 75 incher but I would have a look at the 70" first and compare both in the flesh if you can.


Wouldnt touch a VA panel with a barge pole. I bought one once. Straight back. Can now spot them a mile off. LG ips panels far superior to any VA panel
Edited by: "alexfn" 4th Dec 2018
Deviant.4 h, 21 m ago

Beware.... https://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-75uk6200plb.2200295/


I think I did this with my Sony last year...
rev604/12/2018 17:33

75" but still such wide stand legs.


The legs are easy to remove
rev604/12/2018 22:05

Thanks for that. Very useful.


Anytime!
Deviant.4 h, 28 m ago

Beware.... https://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-75uk6200plb.2200295/


I don't see too much to be worried about.
alexfn23 m ago

Wouldnt touch a VA panel with a barge poll. I bought one once. Straight …Wouldnt touch a VA panel with a barge poll. I bought one once. Straight back. Can now spot them a mile off. LG ips panels far superior to any VA panel


Each to their own. Personally, I like inky blacks and for the reason alone I wouldn't entertain an IPS panel. Plus, you have other issues to deal with such as IPS glow and the poor QC at LG factories, some of their panels are shockingly bad when it comes to dirty screen effect and banding especially on their direct LED backlit panels.
alexfn4th Dec 2018

Wouldnt touch a VA panel with a barge poll.


Which do you think is best? Vote now, results will be posted tomorrow

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55" tv has an area of 1292.58 inches², this has an area of 2403.56 inches². Near enough twice as big.
Dam. An extra £1 and could have got £70 cashback through quidco
Stock appears to be in a status of

'Dispatched for FREE delivery as soon as we get stock from our suppliers'

In all seriousness at 1K this looks like a great price. Does anyone know how long Currys take to receive stock from suppliers?
Deviant.6 h, 10 m ago

Beware.... https://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-75uk6200plb.2200295/


interesting. i have never come across the term "derivative model" before!!! it does explain quite a lot actually...

though a LG derivative is still going to be better than a budget normal right?
i ordered this [thanks blk friday op] and im now using this. it came on 2nd dec, ordered on black friday . picture was jittery on fast moving things until i selected hdr mode then its smooth as anything . i went from 49">75" and the size is unreal ! amazing for £999, really happy. weighs really heavy , and for the size it isnt too power hungry . monster !
Expired. Price gone up by £400
Edited by: "_Jay_Kay_" 5th Dec 2018
Just be wary Currys are a nightmare to deal with I ordered one of these and it came damaged, I ordered a replacement (which involved a few phone calls on hold) and received another damaged one after a couple of weeks of hassle I finally managed to get a 2nd replacement.
bozkurt188112 h, 37 m ago

Plastic, metal,glass and a bit science


But no English judging from your comment
MIDURIX10 h, 9 m ago

55" tv has an area of 1292.58 inches², this has an area of 2403.56 …55" tv has an area of 1292.58 inches², this has an area of 2403.56 inches². Near enough twice as big.



tvsizecalculator.com/ Put the sizes in to compare.
Back up to £1399
Nice price for a 75 inch tv but unless your room is extremely large then this will look silly. They always say a standard living room should have at the maximum 55 to 60 inch tv otherwise you dont see the benefit and it will dominate the room and look a bit daft in there.
freakstyler13 h, 39 m ago

Dropping 5 inches and going for the 70UK6950PLA is a better buy in my …Dropping 5 inches and going for the 70UK6950PLA is a better buy in my opinion. It uses a quality VA Sharp Panel which will be 100/120Hz native so it wont be so bad on the motion blur front compared with the IPS used in the 75UK6200PLB. The Vestel clones (the 75" Toshiba for example) also use the same IPS panel which is an indicator that it's one of LG's low end cheaper panels. Nothing wrong with this though, dirt cheap for a 75 incher but I would have a look at the 70" first and compare both in the flesh if you can.



60hz
rev612 h, 11 m ago

I bought some bread and I don't like crusts. What do I do?


Don’t let it go stale like your humor
Edited by: "DavidKElshall" 5th Dec 2018
Gone up to £1399
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