LG Electronics 49UB8200 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD 60Hz Smart LED TV

LG Electronics 49UB8200 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD 60Hz Smart LED TV

Product Features

  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz (Native); Ultra Clarity Index: 1080 (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED (Direct)
  • Smart Functionality: Yes
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 43″ x 25.4″ x 1.5″ , TV with Stand: 43″ x 26.9″ x 9.8″

3 responses to “LG Electronics 49UB8200 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD 60Hz Smart LED TV”

  1. rainabba says:

    Great TV overall and for the price, a good 4k monitor. I’m torn here. If I had purchased this solely for TV use, it would be 5 stars all the way. As it is, I purchased it as a PC monitor and here there are trade-offs, hence the 4-stars.Yes, this will do 4k@60Hz BUT not at 4:4:4 color. For the PC folks, 4:4:4 is effecively 24bit color. I’m not a pro so I’m not sure if it’s 4:2:2 or 4:2:0, but the yellowish fringing al ALL the single-pixel lines tells me that it’s not 4:4:4. Basically, if 4:4:4 where 24bit (8bits red, 8bits green, 8bits blue), 4:2:0 would be more like 12 bits red, 6 bits green, 1 bit blue except that HDMI uses YUV which is luminosity (how bright), hue (what color) and saturation (how washed out is the color). This is because we are MOST sensitive to brightness, less to hue and less still to saturation. The trouble here is that there isn’t an equal amount of data provided per color/sub-pixel and it can cause funny effects for computer graphics that aren’t noticed on video because video adjusts for these variables…

  2. Omar Niazi says:

    Great value, but a few issues This is definitely a solid TV, and probably the best value you can get for a 4k TV right now. I’m happy with my purchase, but not totally happy with everything. First, the fact that it sits on two legs instead of a center stand is a little problematic. It requires you to have a TV Console that is at least the width of the TV, if not bigger. We either had to replace our current TV console or purchase a Universal TV stand to make it work in our current setup. Not a huge problem, but a bit annoying that LG doesn’t offer a center stand option for this model. Additionally, the two legs make it sit sort of low, so if you plan on placing a soundbar directly in front of it, which you may want with this TV given its average speakers, it might block a thin bottom portion of the screen. For me that’s intolerable, so another reason to get a Universal TV stand.The picture quality is great, but it definitely requires some tweaking. The default settings are okay, but I think you get the…

  3. F. Qi says:

    Key specs for those of you looking at the price 0

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