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LG Nanocell Smart LED TV UHD 4K – 49″

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LG Nanocell Smart LED TV UHD 4K – 49″
LG Nanocell Smart LED TV UHD 4K – 49″
LG Nanocell Smart LED TV UHD 4K – 49″




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Color Dark Steel Silver/Black
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6 reviews for LG Nanocell Smart LED TV UHD 4K – 49″

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  1. Avatar of Baustin


    My previous TV was 32inches, so this 49 inch was a bit of a “shock to my system”, (I’m a pensioner in my 70s).I unpacked it myself, but I am quite fit. I set it onto the existing TV table and plugged it in. The Magic remote came with the TV and I fitted the batteries. I have internet and wired the TV direct to my router. Switched on the TV, and played with the remote. I followed the on screen instructions. All worked well.WHAT I DON’T LIKE.1 All these “permissions” impingeing on my privacy, and some might not even be necessary. e.g. registration for the guarantee. the LG site would not recognise my TV model. I phoned the help line and was told that registration was not necessary!!!2 The feet on the TV set are VERY, VERY wide appart, (95cm) and I couldn’t set it at a convenient viewing angle on the TV Table. I had to make up a shelf to allow one of the feet to slightly overhang the rear of the table and also the front of the table. With a bit of thought by the designers, I’m sure that 80cms would be adequate and achievable, as well as being more convenient for most, who have to set the TV in a corner of the room.Overall, I am very happy and am still experimenting with all the settings and capabilities, including bluetooth for my earphones. Great TV

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    I originally bought the Hisense H55U7AUK 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD, which I returned within 24 hours because the picture quality was extremely poor. I decided to spend the extra £200 on this LG model and boy I am glad I did.The picture quality straight out of the box is excellent and requires very little adjusting to achieve the optimal settings. Sound is also very good, even without a sound bar.The magic remote is also a nice touch. The voice recognition and mouse like pointer that appear on the screen makes the TV even easier to use.Extremely easy to set up, the TV goes through everything step by step and helps you all the way.Overall excellent TV, I would definitely highly recommend.

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    Mark Beaumont

    I needed a quality second TV for our Games/Kids room. The TV gets used for Xbox one and a number of Films e.t.c. My main TV is a LG 960 OLED which is nothing short of stunning. Being a second TV, I didn’t have the budget for another OLED so looked at alternatives.After reading a number of reviews this TV ticked all of the boxes, Game Mode has a very low LAG, Magic Remote, same tech as used in the OLEDs for black, the fantastic LG WebOS, Dolby Atmos, and Vision.My only concerns were that a number of people have commented on dark scenes, the IPS/LED shining through to almost a gray, I believe Linus Tech Tips also covered this TV in one of their shows but did put it next to a Premium top end OLED (Over 3k)I’ve received it and very impressed. I’m impressed with the blacks, they look really good and not to much backlight bleed. The standard out of the box picture settings are on the ECO side, so will need playing around with but very impressed considering owning an OLED. I believe the increased backlight bleed maybe possibly from the Dolby Vision was I tested on Netflix.Sound wise, it’s actually not bad – using two 10w speakers the sound actually does travel quite well where I have it setup. I would recommend a sound bar or a set of decent speakers for the main TV though, but perfectly adequate – just nothing special.Fantastic premium TV, along with WebOS and the Magic remote – it’s a pleasure to use.

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    Pete Owen

    Easy to set-up TV with fantastic picture quality when viewed from straight on. The picture quality does drop off if viewed from more than 30 degrees! Sound quality is OK, but I may need a Sound Bar as speech is sometimes difficult to understand! I’ve easily tuned in on both Freeview and Freesat but I have to go deep into the settings to switch from one to other, weird. The TV inputs in HD display brilliantly. Switching from TV to HDMI inputs is however simple with the controller. The smart functions work OK and delivers a good picture. I only have Sky HD and BlueRay HDMI inputs which are crystal clear to view.

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  5. Avatar of Meme


    Remote difficult to use, we use our old remote which is much easier. One major dislike is tv turns itself off and we have not been able to reset it.

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    Sarah Brambleby

    It has been 10 years since I bought my last tv and spent sometime researching the advances in technology. I was attracted to LG as it had a tuner that would work with either Freesat or Freeview. I felt it was worth paying a bit more for NanoCell as it improved the picture quality and widened the viewing angle. I like the stand which is fixed but makes it feel more elegant and sturdy. My family & I have been using it for a few weeks now and we are very happy with it. My teenage son plays games on it and he was also impressed. Overall its good quality & value.

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