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LG 65UJ6300 65" Class (64.5" Diag.) 4K Ultra 2160p HD IPS HDR Smart LED TV Micro Center In-Store only - $699.99+tax

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Micro Center In-Store only. Next cheapest is $799

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...-_WebOS_35

True Color Accuracy
Uses advanced color mapping technology to effectively correct color distortions and deliver a picture that is accurate and natural.

IPS technology
The IPS panel in this LG TV uses in-plane switching to deliver rich colors and strong contrast ratio that remain consistent at wide viewing angles.

webOS Smart Platform
webOS brings together popular streaming video apps, such as Netflix, and gives you access to more than 70 free premium Internet channels through the LG Channel Plus app.

64.5" screen (measured diagonally from corner to corner)
Large enough to provide an immersive experience for everyone in the room.

Built-in Wi-Fi Smart TV means a huge world of entertainment
Stream movies, videos, music, and more.

LED TVs perform well in all lighting conditions
They also deliver plasma-like deep blacks and rich colors.

2160p resolution for breathtaking HD images
Watch 4K movies and TV shows at 4x the resolution of Full HD, and upscale your current HD content to gorgeous, Ultra HD-level picture quality.

Wireless Connectivity
Provides fast and reliable streaming with Wi-Fi.

Advanced TV sound
Two 10W main channel speakers, ULTRA Surround.

3 HDMI inputs for the best home theater connection
High-speed HDMI delivers up to 2160p picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable. HDMI cable not included.

TruMotion 120
Enjoy high-speed action with good motion clarity.

2 USB inputs
Easily connect your digital camera, camcorder or other USB device.
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seems like a decent deal but it's soooo close to Black Friday now. wonder how much more the price might drop?
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Isn't this one of the Faux-4K TV's LG makes

With tax, it would be about $750, It is an ok deal close to BF
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Here's the Rtings review:
http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uj6300
I'd be tempted but I'm in the market for a 55" TV.
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Won't drop it . Acceptable
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Note the Rtings:

http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uj6300

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RECOMMENDED IF UNDER (USD):
Mixed Usage $770
Overall rating for Mixed Usage: 6.8.
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The less accurate RGBW pixel structure causes some artifacts when viewing some 4k content (such as PC text) from up close.
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Although 4:4:4 color is displayed properly, the screen's RGBW pixel structure produces artifacts when showing fine color detail, artifacts like jagged lines and missing pixels.
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These artifacts aren't a huge problem but they are noticeable at times when using the TV as a PC monitor.
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i bought the TCL recently from target. Came out to be $630 after tax. Is this a better TV? Don't mind spending a little extra, if it is.

Here is the link:

https://slickdeals.net/f/10691420-target-in-store-cartwheel-offer-10-29-11-4-10-off-most-tv-brand-models-lg-oled-excluded-65-tcl-4k-uhd-hdr-roku-smart-led-tv-630-10-29-11-04?src=SiteSearch
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best tv on the market.
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best tv on the market.
Clearly it isn't... do you mean for this price point?
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Anyone know if this has HDR10? not even sure what that is honestly but i hear its good to have, haha, I don't see it in the specs.
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Anyone know if this has HDR10? not even sure what that is honestly but i hear its good to have, haha, I don't see it in the specs.
Yes! According to the Micro Center site specs, it is HDR10 compatible.
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Isn't this one of the Faux-4K TV's LG makes

With tax, it would be about $750, It is an ok deal close to BF
i have a 49UH model and it is. i heard/read (i think) that models that start with a "U" are Faux-4K
although mine isint an HDR upscaler it does play HDR content. picture adj was a Challenge, luckily Google for that. 4K off of Xbox and streaming are pretty good. Imho.
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End of 2017 - Probably best to buy minimum level HDR-10 or Vision as we move into 2018. I remember having to use a WD External 2TB HD just to download UHD Movies from M-GO) now Fandango. Now via physical media or streaming/digital download by dozens of sites, UHD is easy. Atmos has gone from a few choices mid-2015 - to hundreds. Now buying movies with HDR and Atmos - or some various combo such as DTS:X or Vision is growing fast! This is a great value but since we keep TV's for multiple years - this is a quick ticket to remorse. If budget is the main attraction - maybe try TCL - don't knock em till you try em! Best Buy has the P Series 55" ending is a slightly different number (exclusive) - Amazon has em marked up right now due to demand; but Best Buy has the P-Series 55" with UHD/4k and HDR + VISION + local dimming for $599. At the store they display the lesser model without HDR/Vision and I swear they have all the colors toned down. The Magnolia Guy tried like he was on commission (which to my knowledge most BB Crew aren't) to get me to upgrade but I just wanted it as oversized Monitor (not gaming but office/movies) on my electric PC Desk - using it now! Gotta tell you - I have a large place - Crestron Smart Home with Video Distribution - the works - have some fancy TVs around the place; but this little TCL will hang will every one of them and more. The TCL isn't the brightest in terms of NITS - if you want to start comparing it to OLEDs and the like - more power to ya! But Dollar vs. Quality - smokes everything. Other than day time with an abundance of light encroaching - I would put it up against another I spent $9k on. Sorry for long message - but don't turn your back to HDR/Vision so easily - its amazing with Sports, Movies and Documentaries; and if you're photo-editing or managing digital video/image storage - it will get the job done with flying 'colors'. PS - just previewed the Dell BF Ad here on SD; first thing I noticed was an LG UHD/HDR 60" for $699 with a underwhelming Dell $200 Gift Card; definitely shop - definitely buy with at least HDR Basic - in my layperson's opinion HDR (and the levels therein such as Vision + Native and Dynamic Refresh Rates are just as important as SIZE and PRICE - the more obvious big factors Smilie
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end of 2017 - probably best to buy minimum level hdr-10 or vision as we move into 2018. I remember having to use a wd external 2tb hd just to download uhd movies from m-go) now fandango. Now via physical media or streaming/digital download by dozens of sites, uhd is easy. Atmos has gone from a few choices mid-2015 - to hundreds. Now buying movies with hdr and atmos - or some various combo such as dts:x or vision is growing fast! This is a great value but since we keep tv's for multiple years - this is a quick ticket to remorse. If budget is the main attraction - maybe try tcl - don't knock em till you try em! Best buy has the p series 55" ending is a slightly different number (exclusive) - amazon has em marked up right now due to demand; but best buy has the p-series 55" with uhd/4k and hdr + vision + local dimming for $599. At the store they display the lesser model without hdr/vision and i swear they have all the colors toned down. The magnolia guy tried like he was on commission (which to my knowledge most bb crew aren't) to get me to upgrade but i just wanted it as oversized monitor (not gaming but office/movies) on my electric pc desk - using it now! Gotta tell you - i have a large place - crestron smart home with video distribution - the works - have some fancy tvs around the place; but this little tcl will hang will every one of them and more. The tcl isn't the brightest in terms of nits - if you want to start comparing it to oleds and the like - more power to ya! But dollar vs. Quality - smokes everything. Other than day time with an abundance of light encroaching - i would put it up against another i spent $9k on. Sorry for long message - but don't turn your back to hdr/vision so easily - its amazing with sports, movies and documentaries; and if you're photo-editing or managing digital video/image storage - it will get the job done with flying 'colors'. Ps - just previewed the dell bf ad here on sd; first thing i noticed was an lg uhd/hdr 60" for $699 with a underwhelming dell $200 gift card; definitely shop - definitely buy with at least hdr basic - in my layperson's opinion hdr (and the levels therein such as vision + native and dynamic refresh rates are just as important as size and price - the more obvious big factors Smilie
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. The TCL isn't the brightest in terms of NITS - if you want to start comparing it to OLEDs and the like - more power to ya! But Dollar vs. Quality - smokes everything. Smilie
While the TCL is a good value for the money....there are much higher performing TV's
Granted they cost more...but such is the way of any manufactured product
After the average( mid point level) the prices go up quickly and not proportionately

A couple of comments I will make
If you truly like HDR video
1. You cant beat one of the top of the line LCDs
2. A disc offers significantly better HDR performance than a streaming source does
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