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LG 4K HDR Smart LED HDTV: 65" 65UJ7700 $879 or 60" 60UJ7700 EXPIRED

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  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Effective)
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To sum up this t.v. it's a better LG UJ6300.

- Both are 60hz refresh rate
- Both are RGBW IPS panels, meaning they are not really true 4k, and have poor black levels, but great viewing angles
- Both have VERY low input lag, less than 13ms
- The UJ7700 comes with a wide color gamut, where as the UJ6300 does not, it is still not as good as the colors on the SJ8500 which has nano cell
- The UJ7700 has local dimming where as the UJ6300 does not, although the local dimming feature on the UJ7700 is so bad it is NOT worth using
- Both the UJ6300 and UJ7700 read HDR10, the UJ7700 also can read Dolby Vision
- The UJ7700 gets about twice as bright as the UJ6300, making it a much better tv, combined with the wide color gamut, to get the most out of HDR content in comparison


For the price, it's a good set if you can get past the poor black levels. It's priced appropriately considering the competition. Closet thing to this is the Vizio M series which is $1150 on a deal @ 65" right now.

This set kind of competes on the level of:
Samsung MU7000 - $1200ish @ 65"
Sony doesn't have a direct competitor at this level for 65"
Vizio M Series - $1200ish @ 65"
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Bought the 55" on Dell yesterday for $799, with $200 coming back in promo. Almost bought the Sony they had on sale, but did some research and this is probably the best TV in this price range. Heard the viewing angles are really good on this and the picture is amazing.
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This vs the Vizio P65-E1?
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This vs the Vizio P65-E1?
Ofcourse the p65, wayy better than this. How much are you getting p65 for?
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Well it's like 1100 + shipping on eBay. I am assuming it will come down on BF
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I'm surprised there's not much love for this deal. It seems as if this TV has very similar qualities as the Sony XBR-65X750D that was sold on Ebay via BuyDig a couple weeks ago and that one was $20 more than this LG (comparing 65"). Plus this supports both HDR formats for better future proofing. Am I missing something? Is Sony that much better of a brand?
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If you are a serious online gamer (Especially fighting or FPS, games where reaction time are needed) this is the best set for low input lag. It runs the lowest time at 12ms... Displaylag.com

It's not the greatest in terms of picture, thou it's no slouch either. But when it comes to those who are into gaming, it just might be the best set right now.


Deal is a good deal, been following it. But just a hair lower then Amazon been selling it's lately. I have the last year's 6550 which basically seems the same and almost as low lag... Still thinking this or wait to see if they lower that input lag even more for 2018?
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I'm tempted, but I think I'll wait for a deal on the Vizio M Series. This LG has a lot of issues. The brightness isn't great, and reviews say it isn't good for movies. They also use a non standard pixel structure that makes details look strange. The local dimming feature barely works due to the edge lit nature of the display.

Check the rtings review:
http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uj7700

It still looks like a great display for the money, but I'm going to hold out for a Vizio M65-E01, hopefully for less than $1000.
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This is interesting.. If you don't "need" a TV until the end of October, is the 65 worth jumping on? Thx
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I bought one- for 879 with no tax I think this is a sweet deal. Cheers OP, thx
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I'm surprised there's not much love for this deal. It seems as if this TV has very similar qualities as the Sony XBR-65X750D that was sold on Ebay via BuyDig a couple weeks ago and that one was $20 more than this LG (comparing 65"). Plus this supports both HDR formats for better future proofing. Am I missing something? Is Sony that much better of a brand?
For only $20 more that Sony was a much better deal check the reviews.
The LG is not the worst you can buy but there's better.
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Are these actual 4k or like the 'fake' 4k through RGBW sets that LG was selling last year around this price point?
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This is interesting.. If you don't "need" a TV until the end of October, is the 65 worth jumping on? Thx
You also waiting until Xbox one x comes out too upgrade?
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Is this also HDR-compatible? I do like the fact that it's native 120hz.
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