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3.6 from 25 reviews

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25 reviews
  • Build Quality
    3.2 (11)
  • Value for Money
    3.2 (11)
  • Picture Quality
    4.3 (11)
  • Software
    3.0 (10)
  • Sound Quality
    3.8 (11)

jswcSydney, NSW

  • 16 reviews

Great value, picture and functionality


Purchased this 65” TV for my father. Great value, picture quality and functionality. SMART TV function works well with easy access to apps like Netflix. Movement is not quite as good as our old Panasonic Viera plasma (this LG LED is still a bit “soap opera” like). The more expensive OLED version would probably have better and smoother motion.

Date PurchasedJul 2018


  • 9 reviews

Love this TV


Why didn’t I buy a UHF tv earlier. It’s picture quality is fantastic. It’s turns on quickly and responds fast. I am quite impressed with its sound quality also. Only criticism I have is it’s pointer sensitivity. It’s seems a bit too sensitive so makes a little difficult to navigate freely.

Date PurchasedJul 2018



Please everyone share this so that no one else has to go thru this.
Dear lg australia i would like to say that your new UK65 inch tv's are absolute rubbish. I brought mine 3 weeks ago and it was replaced after the first week due to half the screen going white. Now the replacement tv is doing the same thing and you are now trying to tell me that that is how the tv is meant to be.....
I want my money back as this tv is absolutely terrible.
LG (lifes good) no its not i have had 3 weeks of running around trying to get this sorted out its not good enough.

Date PurchasedAug 2018
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  • 22 reviews

Excellent TV - A First Time LG Buyer

Date PurchasedAug 2018


  • 9 reviews

Yet another fantastic TV from LG


I bought this TV after years of using an older WebOS tv, and loved that system so much that I refused to even consider switching to another brand.
This particular TV is easy to set up and use, and very quick to turn on, with an option available to make it even quicker.
The remote includes a very useful Netflix button, and another for AmazonPrime. The TV will remember your most recent applications and switching between any application is as easy as it gets.
The HDR settings make games seem more detailed and life like then ever, while movies and TV shows in UHD are as clear and crisp as you could hope for.

I've only had it for a few months, but so far have had no issues.

Date PurchasedJun 2018
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Questions & Answers


Ruth asked

43UK6540PTD (43")

What's a fair price for one 2 years old??

2 answers

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


thanks...prices are all over the place..from $200 up to $800!!!



55UK6540PTD (55")

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

No answers
Sophia V.

Sophia V.asked

UK6540 Series

Which one should I choose? uk6540 vs um7600? Netflix friendly?

2 answers
Not me
Not me

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.

Sophia V.
Sophia V.

Thanks a lot..

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