9 questions from our users
What's a fair price for one 2 years old??
I would have thought not much as the technology and models have changed significantly so the second hand market is very thin
I’d guess somewhere between $100/200.00 would be a reasonable price subject to condition and is it still in warranty often extended warranty purchased when bought new
Hope this assists
Our new tv is not turning on from the remote, we have to turn off at power then try and its works. Any ideas of what the problem could be ?
Have changed batteries in remote
Which one should I choose? uk6540 vs um7600? Netflix friendly?
Hi Sophia not much difference between the two i picked the uk6540 because i was able to get it at cheap price.
you can get um7600 from https://www.buysmarte.com.au Model:55UM7600PTA for $980 delivered. also u can compare rating on https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare. hope this helps.
where is the audio output?
Whats the problem if the screen goes black but you still have sound? its the same on all inputs
How do I record a live program and watch a different channel without it stopping the recording?
I've heard that this TV does not have a screensaver setting and so can get screen burn after 2 hours. Does it have a timer which can be set to turn it off?
I just recently ordered this model tv, but I want to know how it compares to the LG uk7550 and is the extra $200 for that tv worth it? or just stick with this one? I’m primarily getting this tv for gaming and will be in my room for casual use.
The UK7550 has "nano cell technology" some sort of LG specific "fancy LCD tech".
Taken from the LG advertising: "Nano Cell Technology Nano Cell Technology with IPS provides breathtakingly vivid and eye catching colour even at wide viewing angles, for an amazing experience."...
Chances are this fancy image filtering is TURNED OFF when running PS4PRO or Xbox One X in the TV's 'game mode'. Many of these fancy visual technologies only apply to playing very specific UHD blu rays or Netflix 4K + HDR. However, the LG LCD tv's are miles ahead of the budget Hisense/TCL/Soniq/Bauhn/other generic brand. If you can afford the better TV, always buy it.
How is it for gaming? Is the input lag very low, and unnoticeable? Also how does the motion feel while playing games, is there any noticeable ghosting at all? Thank you
It seems to be fantastic for gaming. I play a lot of Diablo III and Dying Light, while my husband plays Halo and COD. Graphics are stunning, there is a very, very low rate of lag. I have found playing Dying Light I get a bit of motion sickness from time to time, but other than that, we've had no issues whatsoever. Happy gaming!
ProductReview.com.au has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence our content moderation policies in any way, though ProductReview.com.au may earn commissions for products/services purchased via affiliate links.