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65" LG 65UK6300PUE 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV w/ AI ThinQ

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Walmart has 65" LG 65UK6300PUE 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV on sale for $599.99 -> now $616.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks NRC

Note, availability for store pickup may vary by location.

Alternatively, P.C. Richard and Son has 65" LG 65UK6300PUE 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV on sale for $616.96. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits.

Note, availability for store pickup may vary by location.

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • WiFi, HDR10, webOS, Bluetooth 4.2, LG ThinQ AI
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz TruMotion (60Hz native)
  • Ports
    • 3x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Composite/Component
    • 1x Digital Audio
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  • While this TV is also available at Best Buy (store pick-up only), it's an excellent price for the specs. See our forum thread for additional details.
  • P.C. Richard & Son only collects sales tax in select states. -oceanlake

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Walmart [walmart.com] has the LG 65" Class 4K (2160) HDR Smart LED UHD TV with AI ThinQ 65UK6300PUE for $600. Has 3 HDMI ports.

Regular list price is $1,200. Current reseller prices:See price in cart. Other sizes are also on sale at Walmart:https://www.walmart.com/ip/LG-65-.../468142396
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Why is it that it's a sub 2k or even a 1k TV and everyone craps on it. What do people expect for this price. People tend to forget there are three things to every purchase, quality, price and how fast you can have it/service. You get two, you dont get three. You want a good quality TV, you either pay for it or wait for the price to come down. Issue with waiting is then everyone expects it to be the next best thing and then it's out dated.
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rtings review here:
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uk6300

>> The LG UK6300 is a decent RGBW IPS TV with wide viewing angles, so it remains accurate when viewed at an angle. It also has low input lag so feels responsive. Unfortunately, when viewed in a dark room, blacks appear gray due to the low native contrast ratio, but when viewed in a bright room, this isn't noticeable. The out of the ordinary "RGBW" pixel structure also can cause smaller details and straight lines to lose sharpness, especially when used as a PC monitor.
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How poop is this TV? That price seems really good for a 65".
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Another shit RGBW TV. So fake 4K.

Will look terrible.
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Do your research on this potential buyers, very mediocre TV better alternatives at this price certainly Vizio and TCL.
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rtings review here:
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uk6300

>> The LG UK6300 is a decent RGBW IPS TV with wide viewing angles, so it remains accurate when viewed at an angle. It also has low input lag so feels responsive. Unfortunately, when viewed in a dark room, blacks appear gray due to the low native contrast ratio, but when viewed in a bright room, this isn't noticeable. The out of the ordinary "RGBW" pixel structure also can cause smaller details and straight lines to lose sharpness, especially when used as a PC monitor.
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ABT has ~$200 shipping ?
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What does 60hz native mean? Is it 120 or no?
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I keep seeing these not real 4k TV comments and rgbw with this model of TV. I just got the 6 series tcl 65" and love it so far. Is that real 4k?
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How poop is this TV? That price seems really good for a 65".
O bought Samsung 65 4k tv smart tv from Wally world for 629.95 this a okay price for me, but it made the 4 Samsung tv( I've got MS so my memory is $hit) LG is decent brand. Though it does have quality issues. Based pixels and tinny sound.
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What does 60hz native mean? Is it 120 or no?
It's a 60hz panel. LG's software emulation(TruMotion) inserts fake frames to mimic120hz experience but you will see the infamous "Soap Opera Effect"
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Why is it that it's a sub 2k or even a 1k TV and everyone craps on it. What do people expect for this price. People tend to forget there are three things to every purchase, quality, price and how fast you can have it/service. You get two, you dont get three. You want a good quality TV, you either pay for it or wait for the price to come down. Issue with waiting is then everyone expects it to be the next best thing and then it's out dated.
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So true on that. So is this slick deal to pay $600?
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So the best part about this tv is the wide viewing angle relative to almost every other TV you see on slick deals anywhere near this price range. Of course, in exchange for wide viewing angles you get terrible blacks and a mediocre picture.

This is a pretty good option in some limited situations, like a basement rec room where people will be watching while they're playing pool from across the room with the lights on. If you're going to be sitting in front of it really watching it, you can do better even for the price.
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65s405 is a far better panel than this for barely much more money. The "only" use i see is a situation like a bar or restaurant where viewing is always at angels and long distances.
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