LG Electronics 43UJ6300 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2017 Model)
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Ultra HD 4K colour and clarity are now within reach, in a range of popular screen size. The UJ6300 series offers premium features including LG Smart TV with webOS 3.5 and HDR Active.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #764 in Home Theater
- Size: 43-Inch
- Color: BLACK
- Brand: LG
- Model: 43UJ6300
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 24.20" h x 7.40" w x 38.50" l, 18.50 pounds
- Battery type: Alkaline
- Display size: 43
- Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Effective)
- Backlight: LED
- Smart Functionality: Yes
- Dimensions (W x H x D with stand): 38.5" x 24.2" x 7.4"
- Inputs: 3 HDMI, 2 USB, 1 RF, 1 Component, 1 Composite, 1 Ethernet, 1 Optical
Most helpful customer reviews
97 of 105 people found the following review helpful.
Needed an upgrade for my 7yr old HDTV and decided to get the 43UJ6300. Going from my old tv to this one is like night and day. I have an Xbox One S and after I turned on the HDR in the settings Mass Effect Andromeda looks AMAZING!! I've watched some 4K videos on youtube and it feels like you are there in the video. I highly recommend this tv for anyone looking to upgrade to 4K. I do have one regret, I wish I'd purchased the 49 inch version but it's cool. If you're looking for an entry level 4KTV at a great price I would give this tv a chance. I think you will be very pleased. I know I am!!
38 of 41 people found the following review helpful.
Good Entry Level 4k TV
I purchased this through another retailer simply since it was in stock and easier to handle then hoping to wait for a delivery.
This is my first 4k TV that I picked up solely because I had recently also picked up an Xbox One S, so I figured, why not see what 4k was all about.
On its own, I will say its interface takes getting used too. There is no manual to quickly orient you with the functions, so for some this may be a sticking point, but overall it is not that hard to find everything once you start navigating the menus. It quickly and easily hooked up to my wifi and both my Xbox and PS4. The Xbox did all the hard work for me in recognizing the TV as 4k and adjusting as such. You will need to tweak picture settings, like all Tvs to your liking. Other than that it works great, even the apps on it load fast and are even more responsive than on my Xbox which I use heavily for streaming as well as gaming. While gaming I do use the Game Mode on the TV, which in my opinion makes the picture darker than it needs to be (this can be tweaked), but I didn't find this to be a bad thing while playing Overwatch to test it. If anything it makes the lighting seem more realistic.
Do note, TURN OFF ENERGY SAVING. This is on automatically even in Game Mode and it darkens the screen terribly and washes everything out. Also, with at least my Xbox as a 4k player, you will need to turn off the TruMotion that is automatically on, unless you like the "Soap Opera Effect". Which sometimes I like, but in movies with heavy CGI, it looks quite terrible.
Overall a good entry level 4k TV with decent sound (speakers are underneath the TV) and good picture. It could use a better remote and stand, but I wont knock any points off for that, since that too is also personal preference.
36 of 39 people found the following review helpful.
Bargain for the price!
I ordered this after an exhaustive online review and big box store comparison of mid range UHD/4K TVs, and I am not disappointed at my choice. For $700 I believe it was a great deal. The 55" screen is crisp and clear. The wide viewing angle is excellent, and it has all of the popular streaming app choices built in. It's not a Mercedes, but as close as I could get on my budget and have $$$ left over for a decent surround system. The only drawback to me is 3 HDMI ports, but it was not an issue because Amazon is built in and I didn't need my Fire stick!