thekooman Registered User
#1

http://www.harveynorman.ie/tvs-headphones/hd-tvs/lg-55-ultra-hd-4k-tv-55uj635v.html

not as cheap as the Argos offer before xmas but still a good price.

fmul9798 Registered User
#2

Not the same (or as good) a TV either - different specs on panel etc and doesn't have freesat

neacy69 Registered User
#3

thekooman said:
http://www.harveynorman.ie/tvs-headphones/hd-tvs/lg-55-ultra-hd-4k-tv-55uj635v.html

not as cheap as the Argos offer before xmas but still a good price.


the one on offer in argos was the 651v

Main difference is that the 651 has ultra luminance (?) and is edge lit where the 635 is direct lit

651 had 4 HDMI where 635 has 3

Thats the only differences so a good price.

dodzy Registered User
#4

At least is has a central stand as opposed to those ridiculous wide feet found on so many of the larger screens these days.

Cyrus Registered User
#5

dodzy said:
At least is has a central stand as opposed to those ridiculous wide feet found on so many of the larger screens these days.


whats wrong with the wide feet

Creamy Goodness Registered User
#6

Cyrus said:
whats wrong with the wide feet


You can’t pivot the tv in a corner with the wide feet. So unless you remodel your entire living room so that your couch is head on with the tv they’re difficult to work with.

Most Irish houses seem to build the living rooms to have the tv in the corner.

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Cyrus Registered User
#7

Creamy Goodness said:
You can’t pivot the tv in a corner with the wide feet. So unless you remodel your entire living room so that your couch is head on with the tv they’re difficult to work with.

Most Irish houses seem to build the living rooms to have the tv in the corner.


of course you can, you just need a wide enough corner

anyway my house has the tv straight ahead of the couch

bman1 Registered User
#8

Was actually gonna go look at this exact tv in Harvey Normans tomorrow. My old tv died the other day. What's people's opinions on this one. Worth the money? My old tv was a Cello from bout 10 years ago from tescos so as u can imagine any tv would be an improvement on it! Had wanted the lg one from argos before xmas but couldn't get one before the price went back up. Would the average joe notice the difference between this model and the one from argos mentioned earlier?

dodzy Registered User
#9

bman1 said:
Was actually gonna go look at this exact tv in Harvey Normans tomorrow. My old tv died the other day. What's people's opinions on this one. Worth the money? My old tv was a Cello from bout 10 years ago from tescos so as u can imagine any tv would be an improvement on it! Had wanted the lg one from argos before xmas but couldn't get one before the price went back up. Would the average joe notice the difference between this model and the one from argos mentioned earlier?
No, they are very similar sets.
It'll be a bit of a step up from the Cello though!

dodzy Registered User
#10

Creamy Goodness said:
You can’t pivot the tv in a corner with the wide feet. So unless you remodel your entire living room so that your couch is head on with the tv they’re difficult to work with.

Most Irish houses seem to build the living rooms to have the tv in the corner.
Thank you CG Combined with the fact that many people 'upgrading' would have the regular double tier glass stand that has been so popular over the years and would be more than capable of holding the new TV, but alas, the legs are too far apart for many, and further spend is required.

bazz26 Registered User
#11

Richer Sounds have the 55UJ630V for €599 + delivery also and it comes with a 6 year warranty:

http://euro.richersounds.ie/p-202986-400326.aspx?swapstore=1

The only difference I can see below is that the 635V has Ultra Luminance but not sure how important that is:
https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/12531938a

neacy69 Registered User
#12

bazz26 said:
Richer Sounds have the 55UJ630V for €599 + delivery also and it comes with a 6 year warranty:

http://euro.richersounds.ie/p-202986-400326.aspx?swapstore=1

The only difference I can see below is that the 635V has Ultra Luminance but not sure how important that is:
https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/12531938a


No ultra luminance listed on the lg site for the 635V

http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-55UJ635V

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bazz26 Registered User
#13

Seems a no brainer to buy the one with the 6 year warranty then.

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neacy69 Registered User
#14

bazz26 said:
Seems a no brainer to buy the one with the 6 year warranty then.


only difference seems to be that one has 2 feet and one has a central stand

Soarer Registered User
#15

Creamy Goodness said:
You can’t pivot the tv in a corner with the wide feet. So unless you remodel your entire living room so that your couch is head on with the tv they’re difficult to work with.

Most Irish houses seem to build the living rooms to have the tv in the corner.


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