lG 50” UN 7300 deplorable image from the box, not properly calibrated.
I am a pro photographer 50 y.exp. I have only in use Panasonic TVs that were perfect picture and settings the easiest. I could calibrate them to Cinema Master Quality. I bought this model because of the reviews and the LG praising advertising, my mistake. as soon as I sketched it on i saw the horror quality picture, pinkish washed out pancake faces and flat coloration. I try all the presets that were worse. I tried to calibrated then it became a real nightmare. The Panasonic leaves LG dead on its track for longer life. The GG were not supportiv...e that they didn’t change for “Change of mind” before i even opened my mouth. I blew of my mind with the store manger. I called LG support that are in the Philippines. They started to be difficult I again ran out of patience but they decided to send the TECHNICIAN. I tried to calibrate the LG 43UN7300 PTC 50” for several hours it could not match any Panasonic image either a cheaper TV brand. Open the box in the store to have tested before delivery.
Purchased in March 2021 for $789.00.
Operating system clunky
Good value for money when purchased in November for under $700. Operating system laggy and not really up to the normal full Android standards of usability. Audio outputs for headphones requires additional D/A convertor and only the optical output available as no 3.5mm provided.
Purchased in November 2020 at JB Hi-Fi for $699.00.
Great value for money for a smart TV, with a couple of cons.
I originally bought a Sony Bravia tv and I was very happy with it until a persistent sound problem developed and I had to change it over within 2 weeks.
After experiencing the Sony, the LG was quite a bit different in the user interface. Not as intuitive, and a bit confusing at first but I have managed to install and work out how to use the features I need. It is not a full Android operating system, so it's a bit underdone in that department, but for me, what I want is first and foremost a TV, not another computer, so it's fine for us.
I ha...ve a JBL sound bar which integrates with the LG TV perfectly and sounds great. The TV speakers are adequate for a TV but for added depth and range of sound a sound bar is a nice addition with most TVs. What I REALLY like is the natural colours of the picture. The SONY colour pallette was very artificial and overly bright, but the LG looks natural. The sound quality is great too. Natural and undistorted. Overall, so far I really like the LG 43", but if you are really finicky about operating systems and being able to fully integrate your Android features with a TV, spend a bit more and go for a full Android Smart TV.
Purchased in October 2020 at JB Hi-Fi Retail Stores for $795.00.
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I am amazed at what I can do with this TV
I bought this LG TV a few months ago and have just been watching the free to air TV. A friend came to visit. She has one the same and introduced me to the wonders of the LG that I knew nothing about. I would recommend the LG to anyone who wants to watch pre programs.
Purchased in November 2019 at The Good Guys Physical store for $775.00.
- 43UN7300PTC (43")
Beautiful picture quality 10/10
I was replacing a 9 year old 32" Samsung that I was very happy with but had been damaged during a move, so decided I'd get a 43" and read all the TV reviews. I only have basic needs with a TV (don't need Alexa, or streaming etc) but did want access to Free View to watch catch up TV for Iview and SBS on Demand. I was surprised to find a lot of new TVs don't support this anymore, so decided on the LG, which does. As I have basic TV needs I was going to go with a TCL or Hisense but the stores were vague on whether they supported FreeView or not.... It's been difficult to actually find a smaller TV as local stores have no stock, and if they get anything in, they sell out immediately. For me, spending $900 is a big deal and I want to see the TV and compare it to other brands. I finally got to see the LG and found the picture to be excellent, and realised all I had been missing out on compared to my old TV. For example, there's a TV ad with a girl wearing yellow pants and I didn't realise the pants had stripes on them until now - there is such a big difference in picture quality. I have found that the sound is ok. Speech is fine, when watching the news for example but music and movie soundtracks are not as good, especially the bass. After a bit of experimenting I've settled on 'cinema mode'. If you watch a lot of movies or games you may want to consider a sound bar. The TV was easy to set up and tune the channels straight out of the box, and connect to the internet. The "magic" remote control is easy to use, with a pointer on the screen. It's easy to find everything on the 'aps' page with Netflix, Stan, Disney, Apple TV, Time Video, Google Play etc etc - if you use them - I don't. I've also enjoyed using 'airplay' where I display my laptop screen on the TV, to look at photos etc. So bottom line, I probably won't ever use all the features this TV has, and there are a lot, but on picture quality alone I'd give this a 10/10. I ended up purchasing this from Appliances Online that price matched and also helped with the research on TVs that support FreeView.
Purchased in May 2020 at Appliances Online for $895.00.
Questions & Answers
|Category||4K Ultra HD TVs|
|Type of TV||HDR Compatible and Smart TV|
|Energy Rating||4 star(s)|
|Wireless Options||Bluetooth and Wi-Fi|
|Number of HDMI Ports||3|
|Number of USB Ports||2|
|Dimensions (without stand)||572 x 973 x 85 mm|
|Dimensions (with stand)||623 x 973 x 216 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)|
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- MPN: 43UN7300PTC
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