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Wayne M

Wayne MHunter Region, NSW

  • 16 reviews

Wow what a difference

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Easy set up, easy remote and a fantastic screen.. Netflix and Apple TV are so clear, excellent power consumption. Net integration is simple and it has all the features I wanted. The connection is simple and navigation is easy, update to the OS was very quick and channel setup was painless.
Very happy with the purchase.

Date PurchasedJan 2019

Lauri

LauriSouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 3 reviews
  • 1 like

Black is not black

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Really disappointed in this TV. On a dark screen there are several patches of white light regardless of what setting it is on. When the picture is colourful it is spectacular. For a home movie theatre I wouldn't recommend this tv as you aren't getting what you paid for. Sadly LG keep giving me the runaround and all their suggestions don't fix this problem.

Date PurchasedOct 2018
chris

chrisSouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 3 reviews
  • 1 like

Enjoying the TV

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It's a great TV smart. I've had a little trouble navigating with the laser pointer and it does use batteries quite quickly. We ran it through a smart Eco electricity board, that switches on and off all other peripheral appliances and have had a few issues with the tv going on and off which then turns the sound bar on and off. This also seems to effect the subtitle going off, have rectified that with no help from LG services, by running the tv through a stable power board. Other than that lovely pictures Also if the tv does an upgrade to its computer ,you then have to completely turn the power off so that the upgrades can take place.

Date PurchasedJul 2018
Review Queen

Review QueenSydney

  • 16 reviews
  • 13 likes

Kick-ass TV in every way! LG SK8000PTA 55 inch

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Date PurchasedSep 2018

bcc

bccAU

  • 11 reviews

Great picture quality for the price

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Having bought a 65" OLED from LG earlier in the year, we needed a slightly smaller 55" TV & we were so impressed by the LG OLED that we bought this LG LED TV. Now we're wondering why we bought the OLED since this TV picture quality is so close the OLED in our bright rooms! Sound is decent for the room size but won't win any awards. Operating system & remote are easy to use & we prefer them to Android-based ones.

Questions & Answers

Michelle Excell

Michelle Excellasked

Hi we have this tv and it will not stay connected to the internet!!! I have tried everything!! And looking at your reviews everyone seems to be having the same problem please help!!

2 answers
chris
chris

If you are using Bluetooth, then maybe you should run a cable between the modem and the tv. Otherwise cant help

Wayne M
Wayne M

no issue on tv connection mine is connected via cable to modem, so I do not need to use wifi. check firmware etc is updated and you have good signal strength if using wifi


Trevor Blaylock

Trevor Blaylockasked

what size processor

2 answers
chris
chris

No idea

Wayne M
Wayne M

55, 65 and 75" all include the alpha 7 processor, running at 200 MHz, if this is what you mean by size.


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