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75" LG 75SM9070PUA 4K HDR Smart LED Nanocell TV w/ AI ThinQ

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Game of Thrones S08E03 is the new benchmark for dark contrast on TVs and projectors. Someone play it on these TVs and let us know if you can tell what the hell is going on! Big Grin
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I haven't tracked large TV prices lately but this seems reasonable for 86" wow
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Fr. I've seen these in the store and it's tempting
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The only thing I don't like about the LG big screen tv is it's thickness compared to Sony and Samsung..

This panel is 3.7" inch thick. Samsung and sony is around 2.5" thick
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HDR performance is very dark on the 86.

Still tempting.
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This seems too new for any reviews. Anyone know if this is an improvement over last year's model (86UK6570)?
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HDR performance is very dark on the 86.

Still tempting.
Have you seen the LG 86UM8070PUA in person? It's an LCD IPS panel so the contrast must be much lower as compared to the LG OLED or Samsung QLED or Sony X900F or Vizio PQ series. But 86" at this price range is undeniably very tempting! There are no substitutes for size and size matter!
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Have you seen the LG 86UM8070PUA in person? It's an LCD IPS panel so the contrast must be much lower as compared to the LG OLED or Samsung QLED or Sony X900F or Vizio PQ series. But 86" at this price range is undeniably very tempting! There are no substitutes for size and size matter!
I've seen these nanocell tvs in person and can not fathom how these are going to sell in 2019. I don't know the nanocell technology but the closest thing I can relate it to is viewing an old CRT TV. When viewing the picture in person you can notice a distinct "grid" that forms all the pixels/picture. It might disappear the further away you are but by gosh it's quite apparent.
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I've seen these nanocell tvs in person and can not fathom how these are going to sell in 2019. I don't know the nanocell technology but the closest thing I can relate it to is viewing an old CRT TV. When viewing the picture in person you can notice a distinct "grid" that forms all the pixels/picture. It might disappear the further away you are but by gosh it's quite apparent.
Yeah LG led tvs don't get great reviews from rtings, think they put all their effort into their oleds and just slap together the leds to get some of the budget people to buy.
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I've seen these nanocell tvs in person and can not fathom how these are going to sell in 2019. I don't know the nanocell technology but the closest thing I can relate it to is viewing an old CRT TV. When viewing the picture in person you can notice a distinct "grid" that forms all the pixels/picture. It might disappear the further away you are but by gosh it's quite apparent.
Thanks for the feedback, that's now much less tempting Smilie

LG nanocell technology only comes with the 8 series SM8670 and the 9 series SM9070. I think that the 86" UM8070 is just an IPS LED TV as the 2019 model that replaces the 2018 UK6570 series. Based on your feedback, I would cross it from my list and would now just keep an eye on the Sony 85X850F (which PQ reportedly very close to the X900F series) to go on sale, hopefully under the $2K mark...
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i'm debating over this or a 2500$ laser 4K projector..i need large and the 86" will fill a nice void.
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i'm debating over this or a 2500$ laser 4K projector..i need large and the 86" will fill a nice void.
If you can control the light in your room, then get the projector. All the lights need to be off for a good picture on the projector.

If you do go the projector route, get the biggest screen you can fit. I have a 135" screen and thats the biggest size that can fit in my theater room. I control the light in my room with ceiling rail with black curtains
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If you can control the light in your room, then get the projector. All the lights need to be off for a good picture on the projector.

If you do go the projector route, get the biggest screen you can fit. I have a 135" screen and thats the biggest size that can fit in my theater room. I control the light in my room with ceiling rail with black curtains
Really check the specs on the projector too. I have an Epson Home Cinema 1040 and I can have all basement lights on and still easily enjoy the picture. No windows in the area. I like the brighter 3200 lumens I went with so I could entertain family with lights on and still see the picture.
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