- 65SK8000PTA (65")
Wow what a difference
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.
Black is not black
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.
Kick-butt TV in every way! LG SK8000PTA 55 inch
My old LG LED LCD TV is still going strong after 13 years, but when choosing a new TV recently, I was open minded about brands. I had a cheap brand that lasted 2 years so I was not making that mistake again. I went to various shops and looked at all the displays and compared TVs to the point I was so well versed in all the specifications I could sell them! I went with the LG SK8000PTA 55 inch. My last cheap TV was a 65 inch. The salespeople say if you are unsure of size, always go one bigger. I disagree with this as the 65 inch was way to...o big, even viewing from 4.5 metres away, but this is a personal choice. This 55 inch LG is very clear to view in bright or dark conditions. The picture quality is excellent. I absolutely love the magic remote. If you loved the WII, then you will love this "controller". Logging into Netflix, Catch up TV, etc has never been so easy. The next logical step in TV innovations is touch screen, but as this is not yet available, the magic remote is hands down a great innovation. Gaming is a big deal in our house and this TV has performed brilliantly. It does not lag! The only thing I did consider for a while was whether to get the next model up, SK85000, which has 40watt speakers instead of 20watt. The sound was good on both in the shop. I did not notice much of a difference. (But check this out for yourself as I have come from one old TV with exceptional sound quality and one crappy TV that sounded tinny.) For the same price I did like the Samsung picture and the sound was OK. Salespeople try and sell you a soundbar by saying all TVs these days slimmer, and therefore, do not have room for good sound, they assume you will buy a soundbar at the same time. I didn't like the Samsung remote control on the TV. What I mean is, you push the controller then navigate to the next channel/s on the screen. I like to push 2, 3, 7, 9, 99, 10, 11 and just go straight to it, without having to scroll on screen. My neighbours have a Samsung and I think the picture is poor. Salespeople say the picture is only as good as what is being broadcast by the networks. On their old TV, the picture quality was was fantastic. They have regretted their purchase. They have also reported flickering, but this can potentially happen on any TV.
- 55SK8000PTA (55")
Great picture quality for the price
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.
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Questions & Answers
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!!
If you are using Bluetooth, then maybe you should run a cable between the modem and the tv. Otherwise cant help
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
I have the answer to wifi problems on the LG tv. My 55 “ LG was not picking up wifi or if it did was very weak and dropping out or freezing. Also my smart remote was unresponsive at times
I got this from the LG community US and it works.
Unplug the power, remove the stand and remove the back off the TV. You will see the ribbon wires that go to the wifi module are taped with yellow tape and folded over. Cut this tape carefully and flatten out the folded wires as best you can, taking out the crease in the wires. Fit the cover back on and your wifi should work again. This worked for me and apparently many others.
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|Category||4K Ultra HD TVs||4K Ultra HD TVs||4K Ultra HD TVs|
|Type of TV||HDR Compatible and Smart TV||HDR Compatible and Smart TV||HDR Compatible and Smart TV|
|Energy Rating||5.5 star(s)||5.5 star(s)||5 star(s)|
|Wireless Options||Bluetooth and Wi-Fi||Bluetooth and Wi-Fi||Bluetooth and Wi-Fi|
|Number of HDMI Ports||4||4||4|
|Number of USB Ports||3||3||3|
|Weight||38.8 kg||24.5 kg||16.1 kg|
|Dimensions (without stand)||973 x 1681 x 35.1 mm||844 x 1456 x 37.2 mm||721 x 1237 x 63.3 mm|
|Dimensions (with stand)||1044 x 1681 x 350.3 mm||916 x 1456 x 318.5 mm||794 x 1237 x 63.3 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)||1 year(s)||1 year(s)|
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