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LG 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV 65UJ6300 UHD TV - W/ Free $250 DELL Promo Gift card $899.99

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Active HDR analyzes and optimizes HDR10 content sceneby-scene for an even more striking, more breathtaking High Dynamic Range experience.
The IPS 4K panel in LG TV uses in-plane switching to deliver rich colors

Note: The $250 Gift Card will be added automatically in cart. $250 Dell Promo e-Gift Card Arrives in 10-20 days via email, 90 Day Exp. Terms at Dell.com/giftcard [Dell.com]

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What's the general consensus on this tv?
I was under the impression that the cheaper LG's use a crappy panel or something like that?
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I paid $400 for my LG 55UH6030, which was apparently a 2016 Black Friday model. It had much of the specs this one has, like 'HDR Pro'
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"So, I called their customer support number and escalated my call until I was able to find someone who was willing to contact one of their engineers, and he confirmed that, while the TV is capable of processing 12-bit color, it only officially supports HDR10 content, not Dolby Vision, as it doesn't have the proprietary Dolby Vision processor. Their HDR Pro designation means support for the HDR10 standard only, and their HDR Super-designated TVs support both HDR10 and Dolby Vision." -http://www.avsforum.com/forum/166-lcd-flat-panel-displays/2425914-lg-marketing-what-does-hdr-pro-mean.html
So from what I can gather the biggest difference between a cheaper LG 4k and a $2000 one would be a 10-bit panel vs a 12-bit panel (so no Dolby Atmos on this), faster apps with better memory (mine only has 500 mb after installing Netflix and Amazon....sometimes force closes to free up more memory...annoying quirk.

The colors on myIPS display are gorgeous and the 4k resolution is fantastic. 1080p content looks great with the up-conversion it does...blurays look almost as good as Netflix's UHD streaming. There is noticeable glare, though.
I love LG, I think they make great products
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Last edited by NoahFTW January 8, 2018 at 05:35 PM. Reason: forgot a word
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Neither the price nor the gift card reflect from Dell's site (at least not anymore). It's now $1,400 with no $250 gift card offer... unless someone can prove me wrong.
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