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65" LG 65UK6090PUA 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV

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Best Buy has 65" LG 65UK6090PUA 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV on sale for $499.99. Shipping is free, otherwise you may select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks LO6932

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  • Resolution: 3840×2160
  • Refresh Rate: TruMotion 120
  • HDR, Smart TV, WiFi
  • Ports:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x Component/Composite
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Digital Optical
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Who posts this kind of question? This is worthy of a LMGTFY link (if only that was still a thing). Don't be so lazy, you person you.
Fair enough. But I actually tried looking on their website and could not find. I should have phrased it better, but what I wanted to ask was that if the same panel comes in different model number, which is reviewed by rtings.
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The TV deals the last week have been slick as heck. I want to wait until the PS5 releases next year to upgrade, but these deals are going to be hard to resist.
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Love the picture quality.
I bought this TV last week. I bought the 60 and 65 for two different rooms of the house. IMO, the picture is somewhat dark. I put it on the vibrant setting, and that seems a little artificial. Maybe it's just me, but I just wish the screen had a little more brightness to it.
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Not just the picture quality, but these TVs just aren't made to last. Yep, still sour our 6400 only lasted 3 years. Such a waste to throw out a TV because the HDMI are bad, but repairing it costs as much as a new one, and who knows what else will fail.
i've fixed several tv's with parts from ebay.It's easier than most people think.
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Fair enough. But I actually tried looking on their website and could not find. I should have phrased it better, but what I wanted to ask was that if the same panel comes in different model number, which is reviewed by rtings.
I got you. Lots of lazy/dumb questions here. The way you originally phrased your query did make me lump you in with the other slackers. Apologies.
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LG has better viewing angle but bad HDR. Hisense has terrible viewing angle but better HDR. Pick your poison.

But Hisense in made by a Chinese company, so you get crummy QA\quality control and spied on all as a bonus lol.
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I bought this TV on sale around 475. For the price, even at 500, its a spanking deal. Has built in hulu, slingtv, prime video, netflix; the works. UI is snappy, and its a big TV! To 80% of folks that have seen it at my place, "dude, thats a nice f****ing TV, put the game on!" I recommend it.
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Looks like the 2 and 5 year geek squad protection plan coincides with the manufacturer warranty. So if I buy the tv with my Chase credit card, I already get the 1 year manufacturer + 1 year Chase extended warranty. So the 2 year protection plan is basically a waste of money and with the 5 year plan, I'd basically be paying for 3 years? Did I get that right?
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How are the Apps speed? My biggest concern with the lower models years ago is they were slower than a roku box or my Xbox one. Netflix and Hulu were painfully slow. How are they now in comparison and can you get YouTube tv app?
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How are the Apps speed? My biggest concern with the lower models years ago is they were slower than a roku box or my Xbox one. Netflix and Hulu were painfully slow. How are they now in comparison and can you get YouTube tv app?
UI is snappy and yes, the youtube TV app is built in as well!
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Does anyone know what the difference is between this and LG UM6900PUA? I can't find any differences, at all, when comparing based on info provided from BB and LG sites. UM6900PUA is currently $30 more but I've noticed that last week the UM6900PUA was $500 and the UK6090PUA was $530.
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I pulled the trigger on this TV... Being delivered on Friday. Upgrading from a 14 year old 50 inch Sony that is still alive and kicking.
Thinking of making the jump too, i have the same 14 year old sony and it still works! Applause
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Fake 4k TV. Uses a 4th white only pixel. Consider to violate 4k standards..... no way anyone should participate in this sham

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rssh8FqMI_8

update to my previous response: LG finally answered my email. Per LG; "we truly value your patience and cooperation towards the resolution of your case. We are more than happy to assist you further. In response to your inquiry, upon further verification of the specifications of the 60UK6090PUA TV, this unit has been designed with and IPS Display and uses an RGBW panel."



Many of the Lower LG models use the RGBW structure, and not the standard RGB structure. You will get whiter whites, but all other colours are less brilliant. This is why in the Bestbuy showrooms they usually show you scenes of snow, but not scenes of the sky/forests.

LG has three main tiers of TVs
OLED
SUHD
UHD

A detailed explanation is here.
http://4k.com/news/lthree-of-lgs-4k-tvs ... 800-16649/

The lowest level UHD 4K tvs are not true 4K TVs. Before spending $1000 on such a machine, buyers beware.
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Bought this TV last thanksgiving for $589 at Costco. It's working great for me!
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Fake 4k TV. Uses a 4th white only pixel. Consider to violate 4k standards..... no way anyone should participate in this sham

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rssh8FqMI_8

update to my previous response: LG finally answered my email. Per LG; "we truly value your patience and cooperation towards the resolution of your case. We are more than happy to assist you further. In response to your inquiry, upon further verification of the specifications of the 60UK6090PUA TV, this unit has been designed with and IPS Display and uses an RGBW panel."



Many of the Lower LG models use the RGBW structure, and not the standard RGB structure. You will get whiter whites, but all other colours are less brilliant. This is why in the Bestbuy showrooms they usually show you scenes of snow, but not scenes of the sky/forests.

LG has three main tiers of TVs
OLED
SUHD
UHD

A detailed explanation is here.
http://4k.com/news/lthree-of-lgs-4k-tvs ... 800-16649/

The lowest level UHD 4K tvs are not true 4K TVs. Before spending $1000 on such a machine, buyers beware.


According to Rtings, the only downside is some character artifacts when you connect a PC.

For this price, RGBW is still acceptable for 99% of the population and most will never notice the artifacts.

However, if you are tied up in the specs and only care about what is written down, then you should pass.
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