LG 42UB820V 42-inch Widescreen Ultra HD LED TV with Freeview (discontinued by manufacturer)

July 8, 2015 - Comment

This stunning 4K Ultra HD TV from LG Electronics brings unbelievable picture performance to your living room. It comes loaded with Smart features like catch up TV and with Freeview HD is on hand to keep you entertained. With a superior fast frame rate, moving action like sports and gaming come into their own. Along

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This stunning 4K Ultra HD TV from LG Electronics brings unbelievable picture performance to your living room. It comes loaded with Smart features like catch up TV and with Freeview HD is on hand to keep you entertained. With a superior fast frame rate, moving action like sports and gaming come into their own. Along with an overhauled interface and voice\/motion control this TV is as easy to use as your smart phone or tablet.

This technology gives you four times the detail of regular Full HD, so images are sharper and more vivid. LG’s IPS LED panel pushes this further by improving colour contrast and balancing brightness levels. As a bonus, this TV can also boost regular HD to Ultra HD , bringing all of your media up to date.

Product Features

  • 24P: MOVIE
  • 3D TV: N
  • Audio Output: 20Watts
  • Buuilt-in DVD: N
  • Camera: No

Comments

Alex Clarke says:

Ultra HD at 42 inches… Still looks good! I was originally in search of a decent Full-HD TV, but came across this one when browsing through Amazon’s rather extensive catalogue! The first thing that struck me was the price – I had no idea a 4K TV could be had for under £500 (I purchased mine in a Black Friday deal). Upon reading the few reviews I could find online, I couldn’t find anything bad, so decided to snap one up, future-proof and find out for myself! I still however had a few questions in my head which I couldn’t find answers to on any of the reviews I read. Having received the TV and playing around with it for a few hours now, I shall attempt to clear them up for anyone else who might be wondering…— How good does Ultra HD look on a 42″? —Well put it this way, I popped into my local store and had a look at a few of the UHD sets of all sizes they had on sale. When I received this 42″ model, I was just as blown away as I was by the much larger TVs in the store. I’ve fed it both…

bob says:

LG 42UB820V Ultra HD TV I bought this TV after initially wanting to change a 4 yr old Samsung for one of the latest thin bezel model. I went for a Sony Bravia KDL-42W829B. The Sony developed a power PCB fault within 6 months and so I got a refund and looked to replace that with the LG 42UB820V. At first I wasn’t keen to try LG but was tempted by the UHD spec at a price within my reach.Build impression:Out the box I noticed the build quality felt high. The matt finish plastic feels stronger that what I had seen on my previous tvs. The Matt finish also looks better and easier to keep clean than the high gloss style plastic I had on my Samsung (which I cleaned with a microfibre cloth but it marked very easily).I was a bit worried about the plastic protective film on the screen which another reviewer mentioned, but you can only see this if you look really closely in the corners, it goes right up to the edge and didnt bother me. I only noticed it because I was looking for it…

R. Collins says:

Fantastic TV – thoroughly recommended I bought this TV (LG 42UB820V) 10 days ago – I am so impressed with it I felt compelled to write a review. I have read loads of reviews, and the vast majority are highly positive. I agree – this TV is absolutely fantastic. I spent a long time deciding when to upgrade from my old LCD TV, and I am so pleased that I finally chose this one – I can genuinely say that this is *perfect* for me. Even the wife is impressed!So what I can I add? Well, to try to be helpful to others, I will just highlight what I consider to be the most interesting/important/surprising things:GOOD:1. The TV comes with two remotes – a standard one and a ‘magic remote’. The latter is similar to a Wii remote, and acts *brilliantly* as an easy-to-use ‘mouse’ for the TV. Before I bought the TV, I thought it would be a gimmick, but I was wrong. I never knew how useful the magic remote would be until I started using it. It is so intuitive and helpful!2. The sound is surprisingly good…

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