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- 65SM8600PTA (65")
- Verified purchase
Now owned for 8 months and very happy.
Great value at the $1370 I paid, even at the higher price quoted here still good. I haven't ever owned an LG product before because of the disastrous crap the used to put out under the name of Goldstar, some two decades ago. Only after numerous people told me how good they were now, I dared look at this manufacturer again and I am glad I did.
This TV is not the best of the best but the quality of picture along with loads of functions and ease of use make it GREAT BUYING. Anybody wanting better has too much money this one does the job for me and HIGHLY RECOMMEND it.
Purchased in February 2020 at The Goodguys for A$1,369.00.
Hi i bought this tv and all i can say it is excellent. i am so satisfied an LOVE the quality of the picture.. this tv is SO feature packed its hard to mention something it does not have best you follow the link and do your own research.. i also couple this with an LG soundbar and it gives me the option to run optical to it. built in web browser network NAS drive recognition.. most/all files recognised.. OSD magic remote etc etc etc.. really there is nothing more one can expect to buy in a tv short of 8K?..this comes in 55/65/75" i have the 55" and i am never tired of looking at it i often say to myself I LOVE THIS TV !!! buy with confidence
Purchased in January 2019 for A$900.00.
Great display, great remote, very easy to use
I decided on the LG after reading lots of reviews and store visits to compare and contrast. First of all the TV itself. It's light, it's slim and importantly the stand it comes with is centre focused. By that I mean that is doesn't sit on 2 wobbly legs right at the edge. I had budgeted another $100 or so for a stand, but found it wasn't needed at all. And all your cables can be hidden nicely in the pillared foot, no more spaghetti. When on standby mode it turned on in about a second. No long waits for for startup. The menu's themselves are intu...itive and it's easy to navigate your way around. Best of all the remote is brilliant. Including a pointer that makes navigating a breeze. And the remote works on RF rather than IR, no more pointing the remote at your set, no more making sure nothing is in front of the sensor. Without using the manual, I had it up and running TV, blu-ray and computer HDMI in less than 10 minutes. The sound is fantastic too. It's no Single Ended Triode, but offers a quality full range experience. Again I had budgeted another $200-$300 for a sound bar, which wasn't needed. If you want more sound, just connect it to your HiFi. The only thing I have had trouble with is setting up an external SSD recorder. It doesn't like drive formats such as ExFat or NTFC. But that could be my fault due to my limited knowledge of recording TV programs. So overall a very positive experience. I have no problem recommending the SM8600 to anyone. Much, much better than TCL, Kogan and other budget brands. It costs a little more but you will be well rewarded in the long run, and I did save $300-$400 because I didn't need a sound bar or a stand.
- 75SM8600PTA (75")
- Verified purchase
Really enjoying it
Is well built and great to view. I was looking at cheaper option but glad went for this model. I am a first time LG TV buyer so still learning but the TV was was easy to set up and intuitive. Enjoying experience so far. Great size and picture quality is excellent am really glad went to this model v the cheaper alternative.
- 75SM8600PTA (75")
- Verified purchase
Difficult not to find anything wrong with this 75 inch TV, as every function and setting on the remote seems fast and accurate after playing around with the TV settings when playing 4K bluray movie for example, while Panasonic 4K player HDMI setting is on RGB standard, TV settings are maximum for backlight, contrast and colour on cinema user mode for incredible cinema film quality picture and sound. Black bars above and below the movie can be removed by the TV's vertical zoom setting.
Super UHD is definitely better than standard UHD and I am g...
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Great tv for bright living room.
Happy with tv, bought for a bargain price of $1095 in the eBay 20% off sale. Bright picture, good content and webos very easy to use. I use it in a bright living room so picture is great. As it's an IPS panel at night time the blacks aren't super black but it's great for my needs. Limited apps in the lg app store for Australia. Missing Optus sports , kayo etc... Have used a Chromecast to get around this but would prefer more native apps. Sound is loud, rarely have the tv above 25 don't need a soundbar with this tv unless your want to fully utilise the Dolby Atmos features.
Netflix 4k and YouTube apps all work great. Even the standard fta channels are reasonable, the fta HD channels look great too.
Purchased in August 2019 at Ebay- videopro for A$1,095.00.
Such a big tv!!
The TV is so large and great! It has amazing sound and picture quality. Now having Netflix and Stan, it is so easy to watch. It was also very easy to mount on the wall.
Purchased in May 2018.
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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