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Frys has this 65" inch LG TV with webOS 4.0 smart TV. Use the daily email code (9/30 Sunday)for the price.

https://www.frys.com/product/9669183

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PM me for code, I have one. They are all individual unique codes and valid only for one time use. Other SDers also share their codes when requested.
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I also have a code if the universal one does not work. Don't need it so willing to donate. Happy Sunday, everyone
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Eww, IPS display Frown
Wait...beside oled, dont you want your tv to be IPS?
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Eww, IPS display Frown
Lol, I prefer IPS than TN Panel or VA Panel.
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IPS panels tend to have a wider viewing angle. VA panels tend to look better straight on. OLED is best of both worlds. So an IPS panel would be better for a living room or extra wide setup whereas a VA panel would be best for direct/straight ahead viewing setup.
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IPS panels tend to have a wider viewing angle. VA panels tend to look better straight on. OLED is best of both worlds. So an IPS panel would be better for a living room or extra wide setup whereas a VA panel would be best for direct/straight ahead viewing setup.
Yes but IPS panels also tend to have bad blacks and grey uniformity which means that they are not great for dark room viewing.

IPS is best for any room you will be doing regular viewing in a well lit room where you may not be sitting right in front of the TV. If you're folding laundry and cooking at the same time, IPS panels will be kinder to your eyes
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Yes but IPS panels also tend to have bad blacks and grey uniformity which means that they are not great for dark room viewing.

IPS is best for any room you will be doing regular viewing in a well lit room where you may not be sitting right in front of the TV. If you're folding laundry and cooking at the same time, IPS panels will be kinder to your eyes
But it seems everybody on SD want IPS panels in their laptops?
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Yes but IPS panels also tend to have bad blacks and grey uniformity which means that they are not great for dark room viewing.

IPS is best for any room you will be doing regular viewing in a well lit room where you may not be sitting right in front of the TV. If you're folding laundry and cooking at the same time, IPS panels will be kinder to your eyes
Yup. The best panel type is also influenced by where the TV will be located and what you will watch on it. Sports and streaming TV in a brightly lit living room with a wide viewing area is a different use case than watching The Godfather in a dark basement media room.
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But it seems everybody on SD want IPS panels in their laptops?
I haven't seen an OLED for a laptop.

Also, I think burn-in will occur on a laptop (regardless of OS) because you'll have static content most of the time.

Imagine always seeing the system bar when you watch a full screen movie.
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Wait...beside oled, dont you want your tv to be IPS?
Looking at my down-votes I see I'm in a mix of ignorant people.

People want IPS because for gaming. Most of the time its a different story for home media.

I'll echo what was already stated:
IPS is best if you will be sharing your TV viewing experience with folks not in front of the TV and/or with a lot of ambient light. Average about 35 degrees left and right. This isn't because its a better image with color and contrast but because VA panels will lost a lot of their benefit once viewed off center...

...as such, VA panels usually destroy IPS when viewed 20 degrees or less left to right. on average 1000:1 (IPS) vs 3000:1 (VA) concerning contrast and crushed blacks.

If its just you and another person watching, roughly straight on without a bright room - VA destroys IPS - On average.

I won't go into the reasons concerning PC gaming why IPS is preferred - They require more explanation that warranted here.
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I Agree..only IPS for this household (except for a 55p607, tcl in the bedroom which we watch head-on). Love our LG65uh8500(2016 model) and 60sj8000( which has the rgbw pixel configuration-but great picture). We watch with at least a living room lamp on, so the contrast and blacks are decent in comparison to watching in a pitch black room..
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Looking at my down-votes I see I'm in a mix of ignorant people.

People want IPS because for gaming. Most of the time its a different story for home media.

I'll echo what was already stated:
IPS is best if you will be sharing your TV viewing experience with folks not in front of the TV and/or with a lot of ambient light. Average about 35 degrees left and right. This isn't because its a better image with color and contrast but because VA panels will lost a lot of their benefit once viewed off center...

...as such, VA panels usually destroy IPS when viewed 20 degrees or less left to right. on average 1000:1 (IPS) vs 3000:1 (VA) concerning contrast and crushed blacks.

If its just you and another person watching, roughly straight on without a bright room - VA destroys IPS - On average.

I won't go into the reasons concerning PC gaming why IPS is preferred - They require more explanation that warranted here.
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Looking at my down-votes I see I'm in a mix of ignorant people.

People want IPS because for gaming. Most of the time its a different story for home media.

I'll echo what was already stated:
IPS is best if you will be sharing your TV viewing experience with folks not in front of the TV and/or with a lot of ambient light. Average about 35 degrees left and right. This isn't because its a better image with color and contrast but because VA panels will lost a lot of their benefit once viewed off center...

...as such, VA panels usually destroy IPS when viewed 20 degrees or less left to right. on average 1000:1 (IPS) vs 3000:1 (VA) concerning contrast and crushed blacks.

If its just you and another person watching, roughly straight on without a bright room - VA destroys IPS - On average.

I won't go into the reasons concerning PC gaming why IPS is preferred - They require more explanation that warranted here.
Yeah way back when I switched from a VA panel to an IPS, I was pretty disappointed with the blacks on the IPS. I can see why people prefer it overall, but if VA panels had improved a bit, there'd be no competition since OLED doesn't bother with monitors much.

I've gotten use to IPS with various monitors/TV's, but I still watch movies on my old Panasonic Plasma over newer TV's because of the blacks.

Just don't do what I did yesterday... Had all 3 monitors/panels side by side (TN 4k, IPS 1080, and my old VA 1050/16:10). If I had to pick one for videos, it's that beat up VA panel. Even with the crappy resolution.
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Does anyone know if the pixel structure of LG 65UK6090PUA is RGBW? RGBW TVs utilize a pixel structure called RGBW (or WRGB) differs from the RGB structure that 4K UHD TVs employ. This method converts some of the RGB sub-pixels to white (W) light, reducing the number of the pixels that can actually produce colors by 25 percent. This equates to a lower quality, less detailed picture on the screen. If this is one of these sets, its NOT a good deal. LG is known for OLED but their LED LCD sets have consistently rated at the bottom. Vizio, TCL, and low end Samsung would be a far better choice.
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