LG 43UH603V review with 8-bit not 10-bit HDR

By Alan Ng - Nov 23, 2016

Everyone is looking for the best 4K TVs right now for the cheapest price, but still offering that quality as well to warrant upgrading the full 1080p HD that most of you will have right now in the living room.

We have another model for you to consider now, with one of LG’s new 4K TVs for 2016 which is the LG 43UH603V sold online at retailers such as Amazon.

This TV is packed with multimedia features and the 4K features are impressive too, as it includes 4K upscaling, HDR Pro and local dimming.

Elsewhere, there’s Smart TV apps, Freeview Play, WebOS 3.0, Ultra Surround audio quality, Miracast, DLNA, WiDi, 3 HDMI 2.0a ports, 1 USB 2.0 port and built-in web browser.

While the HDR 10 is available, we wanted to highlight that this isn’t true HDR support. This is due to the fact that the LG 43UH603V offers 8-bit colour, not the 10-bit wide colour gamut panel that gives you true HDR gaming in 4K.

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LG’s ‘Super’ UHD models offer this with the ‘Super HDR Pro’ branding that come with Dolby Vision, so make sure you are aware of that. The PS4 Pro and Xbox One S consoles are still compatible it just means that you won’t get the full experience.

This is a brand new LG 4K model going on sale this month and as a result there isn’t a lot of LG 43UH603V reviews online. However, we’re pleased to say that from the small number of users who have already purchased this model, the feedback has been very good – you can see the some user reviews for November 2016 over at Amazon here.

Amazon are currently selling this model for £400 which is a really good price for a 4K TV from a reputable brand. Are you tempted to drop your cash on this TV?

Let us know if the 8-bit vs 10-bit colour is a problem for you, or if you have any other questions about this model.

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