LG - 43" Class - LED - UJ6200 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR

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Marvel at Ultra HD content with this 43-inch LG smart TV. Its webOS 3.5 platform lets you access your favorite streaming apps and enjoy free premium IP channels via the LG Channel Plus app. Connect high-definition components to the three HDMI inputs of this LG smart TV.

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What's Included


  • Batteries
  • LG 43" Class - LED - UJ6200 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR
  • Owner's manual
  • Power cord
  • Remote control
  • Stand

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1885 out of 1948)

Features


webOS Smart Platform

webOS brings together popular streaming video apps, such as Netflix, and gives you access to more than 70 free premium Internet channels through the LG Channel Plus app.

IPS technology

The IPS panel in this LG TV uses in-plane switching to deliver rich colors and strong contrast ratio that remain consistent at wide viewing angles.

True Color Accuracy

Uses advanced color mapping technology to effectively correct color distortions and deliver a picture that is accurate and natural.

42.5" screen (measured diagonally from corner to corner)

Large enough to provide an immersive experience for everyone in the room.

2160p resolution for breathtaking HD images

Watch 4K movies and TV shows at 4x the resolution of Full HD, and upscale your current HD content to gorgeous, Ultra HD-level picture quality.

Watch high dynamic range (HDR) content on your TV

With an HDR-compatible 4K TV, you can enjoy HDR movies and TV shows, in addition to all your current content.

Smart TV with access to streaming services for countless entertainment options

Stream shows, movies, games and more with the TV's built-in Wi-Fi and integrated apps.

LED TVs perform well in all lighting conditions

They also deliver plasma-like deep blacks and rich colors.

Advanced TV sound

Two 10W speakers, ULTRA Surround.

3 HDMI inputs for the best home theater connection

High-speed HDMI delivers up to 2160p picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable. HDMI cable not included.

TruMotion 120

Enjoy high-speed action with good motion clarity.

2 USB inputs

Easily connect your digital camera, camcorder or other USB device.

Web-based services and content require high-speed Internet service. Some services may require a subscription.


Overall customer rating

4.7
97%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic TV!

    Posted
    Smoker65
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Bought an XBOX One X - Needed a 4K TV with HDR (to replace the 8-year-old TV I had) but with the price of the XBOX One X already high I didn't want to spend any more than I had to to get a 4K HDR TV to go along with my new toy. Plus, I had seen what 4K looks like in the store and I was just blown away at the picture. So, this being Black Friday month, I looked, and looked, and looked, and the cheapest TV I could find, with HDR, was around 450.00. Bummed. Was going to have to wait. Had a budget and needed to stick to it.So, I went to the store itself and decided to just look around and see if I could find something. I happened to see a couple of folks carrying this TV down the aisle and noticed, right on the front of the box, Active HDR. I ran around looking for the TV and found the last one they had and out the door was under 300.00 (with Tax)! Sold! I got the TV home and hooked it up and was just stunned at the picture quality. Just regular 1080p TV looks SO much better! The WEB OS on the TV has all the normal stuff you need right from the click of a button on the remote (Home). Netflix, Amazon, Flix, etc. LG has a "store" you can browse on the TV and even add applications if you so desire. Just for kicks, I flipped on my XBOX One (non-X) and it even looked better! I was truly surprised at the level of detail I was now seeing. Some of the background stuff, in a couple of games, I didn't see at all with my old TV. After playing around with the TV for a while, I ended up in the Help Menu (I wanted to change the order of the Web OS Menus) I found that LG has an app for this TV called LG TV Plus (Apple and Google) that (if your TV is connected to your local home network) add's a MOUSE cursor to the TV and a keyboard input for logging into all the accounts (Netflix, Amazon, etc...). It comes in SO handy. It makes things SO much easier and it's FAST! I was really surprised at the cursor movement speed as I moved my phone around the screen. So, now the real test. The XBOX One X. OMG...I am so happy! Everything played terrifically and was just gorgeous! The sync was perfect and just seeing all these games I had played for months look so much better, I am pleased beyond belief. I know there are other, more expensive tv's, on the market, that can do more and have better this and that, but for under $300.00 with HDR and 43in of georgiousness this TV cannot be ignored. I highly recommend this TV if you are like me and love to get a good, solid, product at a terrific price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    4.25/5 stars

    Posted
    rjrj
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    These are the optimal picture settings for this TV: aspect ratio: 16:9 just scan: on energy saving: off eye comfort mode: off picture mode:standard backlight:100 contrast:95 brightness:60 sharpness:25 color:55 tint:0 color tempature:C20 Advanced controls: dynamic contrast:off dynamic color:meduim prefered color skin color:0 grass color:0 sky color:0 color gamut:auto super resolution:off gamma:meduim picture options noise reduction:off MPEG noise reduction:off black level: low real cinema:off motion eye care:off trumotion:off sound mode settings:cinema also make sure you update firmware under general about tv The picture out of the box is really poor because of the settings. This TV requires a lot of tweaking the settings. I would recommend using my optimal picture settings. Once I changed the settings the picture was excellent. A big plus to this TV is the dynamic color settings. Turning on the dynamic color really makes the picture look way better the colors are deeper and richer, I was watching over the air 720p NFL game and the dynamic color setting made the picture way better, the NFL field(grass) had a much more realistic deep and rich green color. I had a 1080p HIsense TV and when you have the dynamic color turned on this LG looks better than the hisense. The screen cast from phone to the TV works excellently. With my hisense tv the screen cast would skip and lag and I would have to reset my router each time I wanted to do screen cast. With this TV the screen cast works perfectly every time and never lags and I do not have to reset my router to get it to work properly. One thing to mention is when I use the screen cast the sound output is quieter than when using the antenna or cable, in screen cast the volume is still loud enough I just have to turn the volume all the way up. I don't have any 4k content so i can't speak to picture on 4k but, with SD,720p, and 1080p the picture is excellent. If you were to compare this TV vs a 1080p TV both displaying 1080p content this TV would have better picture quality because of the dynamic color setting. The biggest con of this TV is the sound, the sound is not very good on this TV, I actually think my 39in 1080p hisense had better sound than this TV. This tv's sound is very hollow sounding. I have a soundbar though so I was not concerned with sound quality. I tried playing a movie(MKV file) and music(mp3) from USB from my phone connected to TV's usb but it did not work, the TV did not recongize the file formats, when I went into the folders on the TV it just did not show the files. This is not an android TV. There are basically 2 types of smart tvs right now android tvs and "smart tvs." 99% of the tvs on the market right now are "smart tvs" not android tvs. This tv is a "smart tv" not an android tv which means you can screen cast from your phone to the tv, tv has wifi, tv has a web browser, tv has a few built in apps like netflix and amazon prime. This tv does not have the google play store and it does not run on android so you will not be able to download your own apps like showtime,hbo,etc, to get this option of downloading your own apps from playstore you need to get a TV which runs on an android operating system, right now android tvs are insanely expensive, cheapest android bestbuy sells is a sony 43 in for $600. Rather than buying an android tv your better off buying a "smart tv" like this tv and then buying an amazon firestick. With the firestick you can plug it into your hdmi port and it basically turns your tv into and android tv, you will be able to get all the streaming apps like sling,netflix, hbo go, etc. When you use this TV on over the air antenna(free tv) you actually get a TV guide which is really cool. You can view whats on tv several days in advance, the tv guide is pretty much identical to what you would see on a cable plan tv guide, you do need to have the tv connected to wifi to use this future. You can also get free content if the tv is connected to wifi from IPTV from channels like msnbc,fox sports, and some others but, it’s not live tv, it’s just replays of already aired shows like morning joe and skip and shannon undisputed. 0.5 off for poor sound quality from the tv's speakers and 0.25 off for not having optimal picture settings out of the box and needing so much tweaking of the settings. Total 4/5 stars

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A GREAT UPGRADE TV!

    Posted
    leeboy

    I received this 43" TV on 11/14, did not unpack/set up until the next day and have been familiarizing with since.The screen is perfect for my viewing area, but others may want larger screens - no change in performance, but just with a bigger screen. The specific is 43UJ6200 (first two numbers to denote the screen size), though there is no difference with the 6300 series that is more broadly available. Review: It lives up to every definition of being a 4K UHD (ultra high definition) smart TV, that happens to capture over the air TV broadcasts. It is mostly menu driven via the remote, making it sort of critical to this TV's functionality (thinking about getting a backup remote, for 'just in case.) The menu items that come with it are non-intutive 'symbols' with definitions of what they do attached to them to explain what they do. Very much worth the time to explore them and 'tinker' with settings. If you overdo something, you can always reset the TV to the factory defaults (which are pretty good to begin with). I tweaked my TV 's colors a bit from 1st placing it in 'cinema mode) and then adjusting the colors from there, particularly green tones and red tones. These came out a little too vivid, particularly grass and Caucasian flesh. A bit too green (for plants) and a bit too pink flesh tones. Toned down, they view as realistic as I gets when seeing in real life! I also turned on the dynamic contrast control to account for room lighting and increased it for movie watching. As to the latter, one can discern detail from dark scenes that are slightly brighter than a normally dark area. As to darkness, where it is supposed to be black, it is VERY dark/black. No complaints here as to what the much more expensive OLED contrast is supposed to provide. This TV will also surf the web too, via a built in browser. Any necessary typing is via a 'point and click on screen keyboard.' It simply 'screams' for the ability to plug in a an external keyboard that you might buy at some computer store for fast typing. That might work too, but have not tried yet. All in all, a GREAT TV upgrade!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Xbox One X HDR Compatible!

    Posted
    RC10GT
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Bought this TV on sale for $279 after google searching for an inexpensive 4K HDR10 TV for My XBOX One X. That led me to YouTube where I saw someone reviewing this TV, and saying at $400 this was a great 4k TV for people who didn't have alot of extra cash and wanted to spend under $500. I really must agree whole heartedly! I can absolutely confirm this is fully compatible with XBOX One X HDR 10 requirements, I'll post a picture to show that you'll have all green check marks. The picture is beautiful, and Netflix looks amazing! Build quality seems awesome, and the web OS interface it pretty cool. Again this TV retails around $400 and Best buy has it on sale for $279. If your looking for an inexpensive 4k HDR10 TV to start your 4k experience and don't want or have lots of money to drop on a TV, give this a try. You won't be disappointed! **Note make sure to use the HDMI cable that came with your XBOX One S/X as it's a high speed HDMI cable, also make sure you set up the input on the TV for HDR deep color (I think that's what it's called) , and make sure your Xbox One S/X is set for 4k 10bit. **

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Very good picture with HDR for little money

    Posted
    Bori22
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Coming from a 720p TV, this is like a night and day difference. So I saw this during the early black Friday deals and picked it up. Initially I was not very impressed with the picture. I spent hours in the settings trying to adjust everything but I wasn't very satisfied. After some research, I saw that a software update was available. So I updated the software and that made a huge difference. Much clearer and brighter. Streaming 4k content really brings the best out of the TV. HDR works great, makes the picture very bright and colors saturated. It does upscale regular content but it does get pixelated and blurry at times watching sports or fast moving content when not in 4k. I know part of the problem is that Spectrum Cable does not support 4k content. So the TV can only do so much with the strength of the signal it receives. Blacks on this LG are meh. Samsung TV's do much deeper blacks but not a huge issue. The apps work great. The webOS is good, no complaints there. Sound is good too. Overall this is a very good TV. Of course this TV will be outdone by higher end models but for a broke college student like myself, this an amazing product for the price under $300 during black Friday. I love it and would recommend it. Just don't expect it to look like a $1000+ TV. Please update the software asap for better picture

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Update the firmware!! Before you get started...

    Posted
    Willy
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    My 2 Yr. old Samsung T.V was starting to go on the fritz, so I decided to look into my Geek Squad coverage and lo and behold!! I saw this T.V on sale for $279.00!! Coincidence? I think not?, more like a no brainer!. So I immediately ordered one for pick-up before they sold out. After setting it up for the first time and hooking my Xbox One S to it and fiddling around with the settings on my Sat receiver and my Xbox , I was starting to become a little bit disappointed with the results I was getting. Then it occurred to me? Maybe I should check to see if the T.V needed to be updated? Duh!! After a little googling, I found out on how to up date. Go into settings Menu - Go to "Genera"l - then "About T.V" and check the software Version. (Mine was 03.60.25). It updated to Version 04.70.03. After updating there was a huge difference with the picture!! Everything looked great!! So overall I'm very impressed with this T.V so far. For the price point you can't go wrong. Hope this saves everybody from some frustration.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely LOVE This TV

    Posted
    Delizy
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I was in the market for a new TV this holiday season, as my older 1080p Vizio was starting to have issues. I came across this one on an early Black Friday sale for only $279! I had it shipped to my home and it came perfectly packaged and in flawless condition. Set up was a breeze and I love the operating system and remote. The picture quality is a HUGE step up from 1080p. The depth of color and clarity are absolutely beautiful. I found that tweaking the Standard Mode a bit worked best for my living room/choice of shows and movies, and I turned off TruMotion and updated the firmware right away. The update improved the picture quality. To do it, go to the main settings menu, then select "General," then "About This TV," and check for updates. The sound quality is good too, though I may end up purchasing a soundbar since I watch quite a few shows where the accents are thick and higher audio quality is needed. Since it's a smart TV and has all the apps I need, I'm happy that I'll be able to use my Apple TV on my old Vizio until the Vizio kicks the bucket for good. Overall, I'm just thrilled with this purchase! I didn't expect to be able to afford a top brand 4k TV this year, so I couldn't be more pleased. I would say it's worth buying at full price, but if you can get it discounted, don't hesitate!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Will be returning this t.v.

    Posted
    Ruthe
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I purchased this t.v. from best buy for 279.99. I had recently purchased a Vizio 39 inch HD Smart t.v. from best buy and a week after buying the Vizio, this LG tv went on sale. I was so excited and thought for 279.99 I could get a bigger size tv from 39 to 43 inch and the fact it has 4K with HDR was a sign that this tv was meant for me especially since I was still within my 15 day return period, and also I have a LG phone and tablet, so I thought this was the tv for me. Well I will tell you I was wrong and I am mad that I returned my Vizio which by the way was far better than this LG. I'll just say this tv loses my wi-fi connection on a daily basis, then when I try to simply connect the wi fi again it never finds my connection and I end up having to unplug my tv from the socket to reset the Wi-Fi signal. This is a no no and a problem that never happened with my Vizio. The installed apps on this tv absolutely suck and the system updates for every app installed always has to go through an update almost every time I turn my tv off at night and back on in the morning. Vizio had great apps that worked seamslessly and I guess updated updatedehind the scenes. I will say the picture quality is great on this tv especially in 4K HD. So since I have until Jan 28, 2018 to return this tv, I will exchange this one for a 43 inch Vizio 4K HD. The cost is more but clearly you do get what you pay for. This was my first big tv purchase in 13 years. Its ironic that I still have my 42 inch Vizio and it worked flawlessly for all those years. Now I know to always stick with Vizio for my tv purchases. No more LG for me.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      LGAnswers

      This is far from what we expect in regards to the performance of our TV. We would be more than happy to look into this issue for you. Our support team is available via Twitter @LGUSSupport or Facebook www.Facebook.com/LGUSA ^CP LG






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