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LG 43UK6500PLA 43-Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart LED TV with Freeview Play - Steel Silver/Black (2018 Model) [Energy Class A]
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- IPS 4K display; the latest ultra HD innovation is built into a distinct IPS 4K panel meaning your entertainment is viewable from any angle
- ThinQ AI; an intelligent television that brings convenience to your home: ThinQ AI TV can listen, think and give answers to your questions
- 4K active HDR; this HDR technology can adapt to a variety of HDR formats and provides scene by scene image mastering, delivering pinpoint picture reproduction: Active HDR is better HDR
- Dimensions with stand: 97.5 x 21.6 x 62.5 cm. Dimensions without stand: 97.5 x 57.1 x 8.6 cm. No of HDMI: 2 Rear and 2 Side. Vesa dimensions - 200 x 200 mm
- True colour accuracy; allows viewers to see vivid, rich and life-like colour on TV screens
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|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth, HDMI, USB||WIFI||Wireless||—||Bluetooth||—|
|Display Resolution Max||4K Ultra HD||4K Ultra HD||4K Ultra HD||4K Ultra HD||4K Ultra HD||4K Ultra HD|
|Display Size||43 inches||40 inches||43 inches||43 inches||43 inches||43 inches|
|Image Aspect Ratio||16:9||1.78:1||16:9||—||unknown_aspect_ratio||—|
|Item Dimensions||97.5 x 21.6 x 62.5 cm||53.2 x 5.9 x 91.4 cm||33.18 x 97.02 x 64.8 cm||20.7 x 97 x 60.5 cm||8.03 x 97.5 x 57.4 cm||22.5 x 97.5 x 63.1 cm|
|Item Weight||9.1 kg||8.8 kg||100 kg||9 kg||8.3 kg||10 kg|
|Special Feature||smart / internet||smart / internet||smart / internet||4K TV; UHD TV; Smart TV||Smart 4k UHD; Webos; Full HD||—|
|Tuner Technology||Freeview Play||DVB-T2C||DVB-T2CS2||Freeview HD||Freeview Play||Freeview Play|
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Energy efficiency classA
Energy consumption98 Kilowatt Hours Per Year 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 diagonal43" / 109 cm
Size Name: 43 Inch | Style Name: TV Only | Colour Name: Steel Silver/Black
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Stunning picture is complimented by outstanding audio, all housed in a cutting-edge construction. These high-quality televisions support 4K resolution and upscale standard definition pictures to 4K like quality.
LG UHD TV with IPS 4K Display and Active HDR for superb picture quality. ThinQ AI brings intelligence to your TV, responding to your questions and bringing convenience to your home while Ultra Surround makes your viewing more immersive than ever. Packaged in a cutting-edge metallic design and with the award-winning Smart TV webOS this set is a great reason to stay on the sofa.
To find fantastic entertainment, movies and sport for these TVs you need to look no further than the built in, award winning Smart TV webOS. Access your favourite channels and catch up services plus the very best subscription providers; you will never be short of something to watch. So what are you waiting for? Step into LG UHD TV today.
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Masterfully modern design
A stylish metal frame is wrapped around your television. Complemented by an elegant sweeping stand. This sleek design adds a touch of real class to any living room.
More power to process
To support the advanced picture processing required for bright, sharp 4K images there are 4 cores of processing power available at the heart of this LG TV. A fast and powerful brain to make sure you have the best possible picture.
Enjoy brighter whites and darker blacks thanks to local dimming technology which lifts the brightest scenes to brilliant new levels and the darkest shadows to life.
Multi-channel bringing encapsulating sound effect
Great television deserves great audio. This sound technology creates virtual multi channels which produce the ultra surround effect.
A New Standard of Definition
A new 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 modern home entertainment, sports and gaming; the resulting images will redefine your viewing experience.
A vibrant and vivid picture from any angle
Our latest Ultra HD innovation is built into the unique 4K panel meaning your entertainment is viewable from any angle without distortion.
The Ultimate HDR 4K Picture
This advanced HDR technology can adapt to a variety of HDR formats and provides scene by scene image mastering, delivering pinpoint picture reproduction. Active HDR is better HDR.
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Overall a decent TV. Picture quality is very good, but definitely looks better in a darker room as the brightness can suffer somewhat when in a brighter room. For built in speakers, the sound quality is surprisingly good, if lacking a little bass. HDR isn't automatically enabled, so make sure you check the settings and enable 'HDMI ULTRA HD Deep Colour' (LG's over complicated name for HDR). The user interface seems unnecessarily complicated (and slow... despite LG's boasting of "A fast powerful brain..." with "...4 cores of processing...") at least compared to the TV this one is replacing. For picture settings, for example, you have to press the setting button which brings up a mini menu from the right of the screen, but from there you can only change presets. To adjust individual settings, you then have to scroll to the bottom of the menu to bring up the full settings menu. LG appears to have just added unnecessary steps to what should be a simple process. I have noticed a small bit of burn-in after I paused a film for about 15 minutes, but it was only noticeable on block-colour screens and quickly faded. Small bit of advice, invest in some £10 USB LED strip lighting to stick to the back of the TV. In very dark rooms (such as using at night) the black levels will appear quite bright and washed out, but with a bit of 'bias lighting from those LED strips, the black levels appear much darker, improving the overall contrast and picture. Despite offering lots of settings to adjust the picture, after about 5/6 hours adjusting and using my own preset settings, I found myself reverting the picture to factory settings and just using the Standard preset (with a couple post-processing rubbish, such as Dynamic Colour, Noise Reduction and TruMotion turned off) because the LG default settings are actually pretty decent overall. Overall, quite pleased with it.
Good image and sound quality (But could be better). Freeview Play is not working at all.