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LG 49UB850V 49-inch Widescreen Ultra HD Smart TV with Freeview HD

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  • LG ULTRA HD 4K TV - The best picture quality there is, with four times the detail of Full HD wherever you sit to watch.

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LG 49UB850V 49-inch Widescreen Ultra HD Smart TV with Freeview HD + LG NB4540A 320W 4.1 Channel Bluetooth Soundbar with Additional Wireless Subwoofer
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Important Information

Energy efficiency class
B

On-mode power consumption
123 Watts

Energy consumption
180 Kilowatts per year, based on the power consumption of the television operating 4 hours per day for 365 days. The actual energy consumption will depend on how the television is used.

Visible screen diagonal
49" / 124 cm

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.7 x 109.3 x 68.1 cm ; 18 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 24 Kg
  • Item model number: 49UB850V
  • ASIN: B00K2TFQLW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 April 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,227 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

49" LG ULTRA HD 4K TV

The Best View In The World


ULTRA HD 4K

LG ULTRA HD 4K TV gives you the best picture quality there is, with four times the detail of Full HD. Our unique IPS Panel allows you to experience perfect clarity, wherever you sit to watch.

CINEMA 3D

Enjoy CINEMA 3D in greater comfort with light, battery-free, and affordable 3D glasses.

Ready for the future

LG ULTRA HD 4K TV delivers the next generation of digital broadcasting with a built in 4K HEVC Decoder that will be the future standard for 4K video compression. Now you can enjoy 4K quality content via internet streaming or USB without requiring support from any extra device. Enjoy 4K content through external devices with HDMI 2.0 compatibility.

Magic Remote

Access a growing world of entertainment on your LG Smart TV with the intuitive Magic Remote using point, scroll, gesture or voice commands. *Magic Remote included on selected models.

IPS Panel

With LG’s unique IPS panel enjoy perfect colour, clarity and contrast, from every seat in the room.

CINEMA Screen

A sleek minimalistic frame that brings cinematic viewing to your home without any obstruction from what you are watching.

Box Contains

LG TV
TV stand
Remote control
Magic Remote control

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By margesimpson VINE VOICE on 4 Aug 2014
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straight out of the box this tv is a breeze to set up and begin using the stand on the bottom makes the flat panel very stable and it doesnt wobble so much like my last one did.
the 4k i can obviously reveiw as at present there is no 4k input to be had , a demo disc would have been nice if included. the tv itself looks very sleek and stylish and it is nice to have a glass front instead of the more usual plastic screen. the frameless picture also means it is not much bigger/if at all in total size than my old 46 inch.
the 2d to 3d is ok but not really all that different the picture seems clearer with more depth but overall not much change, however if you also purchase one of these
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B009AP9D40/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
asi did then 3d blue ray will be astounding, it is just like the cinema at one point we had bubbles in the front room a must see in my opinion, really good and you dont really notice the glasses at all , i also purchased these
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B007XQQ79C/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
as im a glasses wearer and the clip ons are just perfect.
the magic remote is great for surfing the web and the apps installed for streaming ect are simple and easy to set up and use with the onboard wireless connection i had it connected in minutes and connected it to my amazon prime streaming easily. the picture is great and you can share all those funny you tube videos with the family at a much greater picture resolution.
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65 of 69 people found the following review helpful By R. Wright on 16 Jun 2014
I recently purchased this tv after seeing it running in a shop and was blown away by its crystal clear picture..... However I was fooled by the old shop window display technique. I know 4K tv is not available as such at the moment but all the blurb states that it upscales regular HD tv to a near 4K picture, so I thought at £1250 it must be pretty good, I couldn't have been more wrong. Picture quality is actually worse than my old LCD from 5 years ago that cost £500 back then. I watched football on a HD channel and it was almost unrecognisable as HD. I ran sky through my TV and pretty much every channel had a grainy look to it. 3D viewing is passive 3D which unbelievably had ghosting, which is usually a problem for Active 3D not Passive 3D. The smart TV side of things is probably the best feature about this TV hence the 2 star score.

I was absolutely gutted about this TV as it took me quite a while to save for it, I only purchased it 2 days ago and I'm definitely pushing to exchange it for another tv. I'm no tech geek but if a TV that's nearly £1000 cheaper and 5 years old looks better then there's definitely a problem......

Update............

I took my tv back to richer sounds, where the chap kindly spent over an hour changing settings etc. I now have a stunning picture. My advice would be with this tv is to sit down and really spend A LOT of time playing with the settings. It really does pay off. It's hard work getting it right but well worth it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Henry on 9 Nov 2014
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It comes with all the bells and whistles – 49 inches, 4K with a great upscaling algorithm that I’m enjoying on a lot of non-4K content, a Smart OS that natively supports a Netflix app (and I strongly recommend the upgrade to Netflix 4K – whether or not you’ve seen House of Cards or Breaking Bad, you’ll want to watch them again) and comes with all sorts of fancy bells and whistles. Long gone is the day where you needed an extra UPnP device to plug in to your TV to stream to it, the TV itself now replaces the Raspberry Pi that I used to use to do that exact job

The LG49UB850V has a few cool features I want to mention. The base is extremely well designed compared to bases I’ve used on TVs previously, and feels excessively stable. Trying to ‘wobble’ the TV in situation had no give in it and I feel confident that this TV isn’t going to drop and fall on its face at any point.

On top of this, it has an ultra-thin bezel at the edge, giving a really immersive cinematic experience. It ships with polarisation (i.e. passive) 3D out of the box too, and the 4K is really immense.

I bought an LG 5.1 surround sound home cinema system too which I will review once I’ve had the chance, and will update on that as well.

Personally, I’m stunned by the LG49UB850V – the picture quality isn’t just amazing, its unprecedented. Equally mind-blowing is the fact that this TV is available for less than £1000, when 4K TVs were more than double that just a few months ago. Cutting edge TV at a not-cutting edge price. The only feature you could want on top of this is a curved TV… but they are restrictively expensive.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By M. Price TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 4 Aug 2014
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Out of the box the TV worked perfectly apart from trying to get Netflix to show me a 4K stream, initially I couldn’t update as the button required to do so was greyed out, this was fixed by changing the TV to think it was elsewhere (“Greece”) and then do a full firmware update. Problem resolved and Netflix then loaded, my only issue then was that after 5 seconds the picture would go green and the 4k content struggle. A restart of the entire TV the next day seemed to fix the issue and I have happily viewed most of the Netflix 4K content and also Youtube content without issue since. This is very impressive and you’ll be left disappointed having to view some SD content.

Initial setup was a breeze, with Coaxial cables plugged in from the house aerial and direct old Sky satellite dish the TV found some 500 channels for TV and radio, this took about 10 minutes, the on screen animated character during all the setup screens for home network and so forth is a breath of fresh air, displays beautiful crisp imagery showing off your new TV whilst getting you used to the new magic remote.

The remote controls, and yes there are two…. The magic remote is capable of mimicking several other remotes with sheer simplicity built right in, you tell it what device your wanting to assign to a HDMI or component input for example and then it gives you a couple of choices as is manufacturer and device type, for each there are a few remote control pairings but for everything I tried it was correct initially so no messing around. Using the standard remote control did lack a little switching from BBC 1 to BBC 1 HD, the pressing of the buttons was slower than using the WebOS interface and I feel like I really have to take my time not to rush the input else it doesn’t cope.
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