LG 43UJ6300 (43")

LG 43UJ6300 (43")

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The LG Electronics 43UJ6300 is a 43-inches 4k Ultra HD LED smart TV that full access to streaming platforms thanks to the LG's WebOS 3.5, 3 HDMI inputs and 2 USB, among others. 

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  • Aaryan Singhal
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "The LG 43UJ6300 has a beautiful 43-inch screen with vibrancy and detail. In fact, it's one of the best features this smart TV will offer you. The things I dislike about LG involve a lack of consistency with quality, ads displayed within the UI of the menu, and energy save mode will dampen the vibrancy of the screen considerably. It has some issues. In the end, I strongly reconsidered my purchase."
    Aarav Rao
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "Forty-three inches of superb quality with the 4K resolution is probably the best you can get for watching movies and play video games. It also has support for apps such as Netflix, Hulu, and Crunchyroll. But, I found that the number of HDMI and USB slots was quite lacking for such a large television."
    Joseph Smith
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "This is an ultra HD LED tv, so this is an okay option, but as far as whether it's the best tv, that depends on what size room you're shopping for. This is a good tv for a small to medium sized room, but if you have a large living room, I would recommend one with a bigger screen. As most tvs go in living rooms, I'd say this is a decent solution but not the best."
  • Sergio Pineda
    Written on May 24, 2018
    "I don't know if the specifics on pixels are stern here, but this particular television is actually a 4k tv. So, the resolution is actually higher than that of a full HD television. That being said, I think that this particular model from LG seems to be a very good product. The price point also makes it very attractive in the arena of smart TVs. 4K and even 8k are the future of television so if you don't mind paying a little extra I think that this television will be worth the price in viewing pleasure."
  • Mary Gomez
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "In order to make the picture not looked washed out, you must turn off TruMotion setting. After doing this, the picture quality is great! Especially for the price, this TV is a great buy. The interface is slow at times, but having access to the various smartTV features makes up for the slowness. It even works as a computer monitor. "
  • Zachary Evans
    Written on February 13, 2018
    "The quality is awesome, very good bang for the buck. The interface can get a little slow and the materials could be better but it still is great and the 4k display is great"
  • Jane Nguyen
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "I love this TV! It's a great and affordable 4k smart TV. Does everything I expected it to. Sound and picture quality are great. The sound quality is better than I expected, usually newer TVs have pretty crappy sound quality, but this one is on point.All of the apps work well and have really great quality. All in all, I would definitely recommend this TV."
  • Mark Taylor
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "This TV is great - I can get all my favorite streaming apps on it. It's so good I got rid of cable."
  • John Riley
    Written on May 22, 2018
    "The LG Electronics 43UJ6300 is a 43-inches 4k Ultra HD LED smart TV that full access to streaming platform. Smart functionality gives you access to your favorite apps and content using webOS 3.5. Direct-lit LED produces great picture quality and TruMotion 120 allows fast moving action scenes too. "
  • Alexander Hunt
    Written on May 24, 2018
    "I really wanted to like this TV, but one of the HDMI ports was bad right out of the box. While I was waiting for warranty return, I realized there were far bigger TVs available at lower costs. Make your purchase decision accordingly."
  • Doris Schmidt
    Written on May 17, 2018
    ". There is so much misinformation when you go into a store. This tv was on sale so I was going to get whatever was on sale from Samsung, Sony, or LG, this week it was LG's turn for the big sale. The salesmen explained this was a good "entry level" or "beginners" tv whatever that means. Do you step up to a 70 inch 4k (I mean in price) next month atter youv'e mastered the beginners set? Honestly, I bought a used car from a dealership the week before and Best Buy was more difficult to navigate. But armed with info from my trusty Consumer Report app, I ventured in and did the deed. It was easy to set up, LG guided you through the setup and I was watching football in no time.. But the picture didn't wow me. (I have a Samsung 55 inch in another place and it's great.) So I went into the setup menu, switched around the picture type (sports, cinema, etc.) ok. Still wasn't wow. Went deeper into the setup and saw Power Saving mode. Went there and turned off Power Saver. Then it was WOW. So to those who say the screen isn't bright enough, turn off power saver. If you concerned about the environmental effects of turning it off, DON'T GET A TV! Listen to NPR or read a book and not on a Kindle. So new vocabulary for this set: Power Saving Mode = screen brightness. That's it. Laptop users know what this means. The "Active HDR" = contrast . That's it. My old tube tv had "Active HDR" and I didn't even know it. Consumer Reports hadn't prepared me for this term (I knew what HDR was) but the salesmen assured me you have to spent much more to get real HDR and they showed me an expensive tv which was demo ing real HDR. "Upscaling" - be very suspicious of this term. I remember Blu Ray players claiming to upscale a regular dvd into something wonderful. Sad. I was told only the expensive tv's do this whatever it is. Actually, the real cheap UDH tv's claimed to do this so you know this is bogus. Ok, this is a good tv as all the good brands are. A few minor annoyances: 1. No swivel stand. The legs are on the ends and seems flimsy but it does balance ok. 2. The remote is small and not back-lit. NFL players will not have fun with this remote. 3. LG uses their own interface rather than partnering with Roku or Amazon or someone who knows how to do this.. It's a bit confusing but you can get your basic apps. I only use Amazon and Netflix. 4. TV does not have a headphone jack. I wanted to plug in an old boombox with a single to double RCA jack. Will have to get a double RCA jack. No big deal, but.... If not for these minor annoyances, I would have given it 5 stars. But 5 is for perfection. If you are a beginner in UHD tv like me, here's something important - THERE AIN'T MUCH 4K CONTENT OUT THERE. In fact, most content over cable tv is 720 p including sports. Netflix has some 4k content (you have to pay 4 bucks more per month but you've come this far, your'e going to say no?) and it's good but not the wow factor from the old tube tv to 1080 p. (The INFO button on the remote tells you the pixel definition of the show you are watching - good feature.) If you want the best 4k viewing experience, just go to Best Buy or your favorite tv retailer and watch their tv demos. The price of 4k tvs has come down dramatically so you may as well get one especially if you are looking at 50" plus. You may not a better deal on the old 1080 p sets in this size. But if you do, it's ok to get it. You will not be a Luddite. "
    Yan Jiang
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "LG touts a couple of features of this TV. One is Energy saver mode and the other is Tru Motion, with is supposed to make fast moving scenes less blurry. Well, the Energy Saver mode just makes the picture look drab and not "lit up" enough, and Tru Motion just looks... weird. Turn both those so-called features off, and you'll have a much more enjoyable experience. Other than that, this TV is great. It even comes with Netflix built in."
    Arnav Saxena
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "I bought a smartTV LG 43UJ6300 (43"), and I'm having the most beautiful of times watching it! This TV allow me to access many streaming platforms with one click, and the quality of the images is simply superlative. I suggest it to everyone!"
  • Rafael Leal
    Written on May 25, 2018
    "The LG 43UJ6300 (43") is a relatively cost-effective option when WebOS is needed, the size of the TV is sufficient for most home, office or bedroom spaces, with a 4K resolution and an LED display, the TV can't go wrong for the price."

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