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Good colors but black bleeding is an issue
Its a good TV if you are watching bright pictures. When the dark (Night scenes/darker indoor scenes) needs displaying, TV fails miserably. For a ~ $2000 TV, I think it is unacceptable. Black bleeding is an issue when you try to enjoy a movie. All dark areas are covered with white lighting it is painful to watch.
On a positive note, colors are vibrant and its has a nice display. OS is very good and easy to use. Dolby ATMOS and Dolby Vision works a treat ! If you are looking for a media room TV, then I suggest to look elsewhere as the darker th...e room, worst the darker scenes look. I have contacted LG to investigate the issue and it is under review at the moment. I will post an update when I hear back from them. The tech came to look at the TV agreed it is an issue. Updated on the 06/01/2020 According to LG, the TV is within the manufactures standards. This confirms my worst fears of poor quality of the TV. Please refer to the pictures and make your own judgement. IF that is acceptable,I wont be touching another LG product with a 10m pole. Poor customer service and even poorer quality products according to LG standards. Please dont wast your money, if you want a TV buy a Sony or similar quality TV. My 7 year old Sony TV and the new TLC 4K TVs I have at home dont have any of these issues.. I am extremely disappointed with the outcome.. Final Update 02/03/2020
Purchased in July 2019.
Questions & Answers
Does it have 120hz refresh rate
Is there any way of getting Dolby Atmos from this TV onto Sounbar?
Just bought new TV today for my wife - early Mum's day gift. We were looking for a big TV and wanted to enhance with a Dolby Atmos compatible soundbar. I am about to fork out $1450 for a Samsung q90r soundbar but when I was checking the audio settings on the tv the menu indicated Atmos not for external speakers. I'll be disappointed if we can't get the full potential out of this TV. Seems like a reasonable TV picture but standard sound whilst being clear, lacks any punch.
I was thinking of buying the 75 inch Ultra HD TV but saw a very poor review where the buyer experienced poor blacks with white streaks , ghosting (?) which forded them to get a refund from JBHiFi. But other reviews seemed OK ?. So can you comment please. Thanks, Steve
Similar issues with my 55” although it doesn’t bother as much as it’s in my sons room. I’d get the Samsung equivalent if purchasing again.
Which Samsung model would you recommend ?. I’ve done so much on-line research given the amount of cash needs to pay out nowadays I’m becoming a tad confused !
|Category||4K Ultra HD TVs||4K Ultra HD TVs||4K Ultra HD TVs|
|Type of TV||Smart TV||Smart TV||Smart TV|
|Energy Rating||5.5 star(s)||5 star(s)||5.5 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||24.1 kg||17.2 kg||38.8 kg|
|Dimensions (without stand)||840 x 1451 x 64 mm||716 x 1232 x 64 mm||974 x 1683 x 65 mm|
|Dimensions (with stand)||910 x 1451 x 324 mm||786 x 1232 x 263 mm||1043 x 1683 x 370 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)||1 year(s)||1 year(s)|
|Release date||Apr 2019||Apr 2019||Apr 2019|
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