Price Drop LG 43UJ630V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) £344.90 Amazon  sold by Tvsandmore
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Price Drop LG 43UJ630V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) £344.90 Amazon sold by Tvsandmore

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Found 22nd Jan
I know its not 'True' 4k but for a moderate sized tv and a decent brand I think you can't go wrong, especially delivered from Amazon.

  • Ultra HD 4K resolution - a depth of detail; Ultra HD 4K resolution is four times that of full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close; this level of detail is well suited to the life like colour of IPS 4K display; the resulting images will redefine your viewing experience.
  • Multi HDR - television from the future; enhanced Formatting technology enables LG TV to output both HLG and HDR 10 high dynamic range formats; get the HDR experience, from a wider choice of sources
  • Ultra surround sound - television deserves flawless audio; this Sound technology creates seven virtual channels which produce the multi channel ULTRA surround effect; your senses are surrounded by audio from all angles
  • Smart TV webOS with Freeview play; enjoy your favourite channels and catch up TV services with no monthly cost; the smart way of watching live TV and on demand services, with no additional devices required
  • Two pole stand - stand your television on this two pole swallow stand; this sturdy construction lifts the design of your TV and provides secure placement in any room


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The 49" model is a good deal
£399
I have had this TV and its great for the price, only issue is if you're not eye level with the TV i.e. looking from above as you have a low TV stand then it can look really dark. There seems to be a HDR mode specific to bring out better colours and a game mode so less input lag which is usefull for gaming I guess.
I think this is the same model I paid £250 for around new year time.
ImyR852 m ago

I think this is the same model I paid £250 for around new year time.


Took the words out of my mouth! No time machine but regulary <£300

hotukdeals.com/dea…664
I would get the 49" version from hughes.co.uk/pro…30v 374.00 if you use the code Jan25.
Yep I too got this for £249 around new year. I think that price was a mistake. Pretty good TV, picture isn't the crisper but my mum is happy with it and it's pretty future proof
ImyR852 h, 8 m ago

I think this is the same model I paid £250 for around new year time.


Yeah, I got it then - really nice TV, very happy with it.

WebOS seems really nice, and the picture quality is pretty decent on Amazon video and NowTV .
25% of reviews of this are bad. It is cheap for a reason and that probably is because it is manufactured to a price point. There doesn't appear to be anything wrong with the screen image or the way that it works - it is that for the unlucky people, the screen broke down after 2 months or earlier.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 22nd Jan
£344.90???
I paid 299 for the 670 version a few weeks back. Just been delivered. Decent for price. Few minor backlight issues on edge but don’t care for the price.
Trust me get the lg has Magic remote it's air mouse remote and it's awesome
Why isn't it 'true' 4k? Is it true HDR?
HereKittyKitty14 h, 44 m ago

Why isn't it 'true' 4k? Is it true HDR?


This uses an 8 bit panel - the following is from an extract taken from dgit.com/4k-…05/


‘8-bit HDR’

Some manufacturers will label their televisions as HDR even if they only support 8-bit color. This is because there are 2 different specifications that can classify a TV as having HDR compatibility: contrast and color depth.

Contrast is the specification we’re looking at here. Contrast is the difference between the blackest black a panel can produce and the whitest white. Technically, the more nits produced by a panel the whiter is can be, so often times manufacturers will meet a certain contrast level and stick the ‘HDR’ sticker on their TV. While this is not going to look as good as something with a 10-bit panel, it will still look quite a bit better than your standard ‘non-HDR’ 8-bit TV.
HereKittyKitty19 h, 58 m ago

Why isn't it 'true' 4k? Is it true HDR?


It uses a RGBW panel. Basically its 3k as every 4th pixel is substituted with a white pixel.

That's how I've read. Please correct me if I'm wrong...

4k.com/lgs…-2/
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