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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: TruMotion 120Hz
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Active HDR w/ Dolby Vision, Harman Kardon Audio System, Smart TV (webOS 3.5), Web Browser, Local Dimming
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    • 1x RF
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since tv's have gone flat there is a better sweet spot.

first it was 42"

then it was 50"

then it was 55"

and now it seems to be 65"

when you went above the sweet spot you paid significantly more, but if you want to go that big there's really no choice. if someone wants a behemoth 86", this is a decent deal on a decent set.

but yes, it's outside of the sweet spot.
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one question...
where's that 1500$ 86'' 4K 10bit TV you got Smilie


i hear ya though... it's all about how much disposable cash you have.
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FYI the 83" MU8000 is for sale at $2600 on samsung EPP
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seems like a decent price for a monster.

lowest i can find on cam elx3
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Seems pretty good.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uh9500

TEST RESULTS
Design 9.5
Picture Quality 7.5
Motion 7.3
Inputs 8.1
Sound Quality 6.4
Smart Features 9.0

HDR10/Dolby Vision

1080p @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4 - yes
1080p @ 120Hz - No
4k @ 30Hz @ 4:4:4 - yes
4k @ 60Hz - yes
4k @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4 - yes

Input lag - 27 ms

"The LG UH9500 has good input lag and can accept most of the usual PC resolutions. Traditional gamers will find it responsive enough for fast paced games. HDR gaming is a bit less responsive, but will still be good enough for the casual gamers out there. When used as a PC monitor, it will still be a good choice, since it can easily display the most demanding resolutions with maximum details without any problems."

Picture Quality

"The UH9500 provides good picture quality in a brighter room, but unfortunately can't get deep blacks to improve dark scene performance. It is limited by the low native contrast ratio. Although it has local dimming, it doesn't work well enough to improve dark scenes. Like most LED TVs it has poor gray uniformity. The wide color gamut and 10 bit panel are very good for HDR content, and when viewed at an angle the picture quality is retained well."
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Seems pretty good.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uh9500

TEST RESULTS
Design 9.5
Picture Quality 7.5
Motion 7.3
Inputs 8.1
Sound Quality 6.4
Smart Features 9.0

HDR10/Dolby Vision

1080p @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4 - yes
1080p @ 120Hz - No
4k @ 30Hz @ 4:4:4 - yes
4k @ 60Hz - yes
4k @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4 - yes

Input lag - 27 ms

"The LG UH9500 has good input lag and can accept most of the usual PC resolutions. Traditional gamers will find it responsive enough for fast paced games. HDR gaming is a bit less responsive, but will still be good enough for the casual gamers out there. When used as a PC monitor, it will still be a good choice, since it can easily display the most demanding resolutions with maximum details without any problems."

Picture Quality

"The UH9500 provides good picture quality in a brighter room, but unfortunately can't get deep blacks to improve dark scene performance. It is limited by the low native contrast ratio. Although it has local dimming, it doesn't work well enough to improve dark scenes. Like most LED TVs it has poor gray uniformity. The wide color gamut and 10 bit panel are very good for HDR content, and when viewed at an angle the picture quality is retained well."
So pretty much the same conclusion on every non-OLED LG TV.

Still, hell of a value on a 86"

If the 77" OLED goes on a sale, I think Slickdeals might melt down.
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So pretty much the same conclusion on every non-OLED LG TV.

Still, hell of a value on a 86"

If the 77" OLED goes on a sale, I think Slickdeals might melt down.
what would be a "meltdown" sale price?
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what would be a "meltdown" sale price?
$5K would do the trick. It was a sarcastic post to begin with but I truly think at $5K (which will never happen anytime soon), people would scoop them up like hotcakes.
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My argument is still that its better to spend $1500 every 2.5-years on a new TV, and cycle that unit to another part of the home, getting rid of your oldest unit on craiglist for cheap, than to spend $3000 and stretch it to 5-years.

Of course, if you have the money, one could argue its better to get something like this for $3500 and upgrade it in 2.5 years, than to buy a $7000 TV to use for 5yrs, heh! But I don't work at McDonalds and have the cash for that.
since tv's have gone flat there is a better sweet spot.

first it was 42"

then it was 50"

then it was 55"

and now it seems to be 65"

when you went above the sweet spot you paid significantly more, but if you want to go that big there's really no choice. if someone wants a behemoth 86", this is a decent deal on a decent set.

but yes, it's outside of the sweet spot.
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My argument is still that its better to spend $1500 every 2.5-years on a new TV, and cycle that unit to another part of the home, getting rid of your oldest unit on craiglist for cheap, than to spend $3000 and stretch it to 5-years.

Of course, if you have the money, one could argue its better to get something like this for $3500 and upgrade it in 2.5 years, than to buy a $7000 TV to use for 5yrs, heh! But I don't work at McDonalds and have the cash for that.
Not a bad point...but some people likes to taste the fresh and latest high end models...
Rather than changing every 2 years for $1500...i ll spend $3000 good model for 5 years...personal point of view...
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My argument is still that its better to spend $1500 every 2.5-years on a new TV, and cycle that unit to another part of the home, getting rid of your oldest unit on craiglist for cheap, than to spend $3000 and stretch it to 5-years.

Of course, if you have the money, one could argue its better to get something like this for $3500 and upgrade it in 2.5 years, than to buy a $7000 TV to use for 5yrs, heh! But I don't work at McDonalds and have the cash for that.
one question...
where's that 1500$ 86'' 4K 10bit TV you got Smilie


i hear ya though... it's all about how much disposable cash you have.
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$5K would do the trick. It was a sarcastic post to begin with but I truly think at $5K (which will never happen anytime soon), people would scoop them up like hotcakes.
I'd be first in line at that price for sure
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This would be amazing to have.
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