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LG 4K HDR Smart TV's: 86" 86SM9070PUA $2499, 75" 75SM9070PUA EXPIRED

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They say super bowl time is the best time to buy a new tv. For $1500 for 75", looks very tempting...
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I was looking at the $700 version last month at Walmart but hold out due to the reviews, this is obviously better with more smart features... tempting indeed but tax in CA 😢
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Why no deal on 65 inch?
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I'm seeing $1796 and $2796 on mobile website after clicking through from SD.

EDIT: Just saw note about having to use coupon code.
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Why no 82"???....
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SM9000's are really nice, but with a couple things you might not like. The halo effect when viewing white letters on a "black" (ish) background is annoying. Oh, and the fact that blacks only look black in a well lit room. In a dark room, it's really annoying. I watch a lot of movies, and like a dark room. This is the limitation of the IPS panel. The other LED TVs use a VA panel which looks much better, but you don't get a good view from the side.
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What's the difference between this 75" and the 75SM8670AUA at Costco for $1270


https://www.costco.com/lg-75%22-c...89043.html
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I've done extensive research on this model. I went a different way with my purchase.

But knowing what I know, $1,500 for a 75-inch, for the 9070 series, I think it's too much money.

Every set has its drawbacks. This set as a horrible contrast. like stated before, bright room performance is going to look good. Dark room performance is a totally different story.

That kind of money, I would look to the Sony 900f, or the X950g for a little bit more. I think those two television sets I just referenced are much much better than this LG nano cell model.

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I forgot to mention brightness. The other two sets from Sony are probably twice as bright as this one. And you need brightness for HDR.

but if you want accurate colors and a wide viewing angle, and don't plan on watching in a dark room or HDR material, then the 75" set is fine... well though for about the same money and the Sony, you have options of watching HDR material and watching a dark room.
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I have been looking at that 950g, I want to replace the TV above our Fireplace as our Samsung UN65KS8000 has lines bleeding on the bottom (possibly caused by the fireplace heat?) and love the idea of Android TV built in since our other TVs have NVIDIA shield, but I have been reading a lot of bad things about it. Do you have it? Costco has a great deal on it, plus 5 year warranty + extra 2 year warranty. It's gonna be uses in a pretty well lit room during the day.
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I've done extensive research on this model. I went a different way with my purchase.

But knowing what I know, $1,500 for a 75-inch, for the 9070 series, I think it's too much money.

Every set has its drawbacks. This set as a horrible contrast. like stated before, bright room performance is going to look good. Dark room performance is a totally different story.

That kind of money, I would look to the Sony 900f, or the X950g for a little bit more. I think those two television sets I just referenced are much much better than this LG nano cell model.

Edit;
I forgot to mention brightness. The other two sets from Sony are probably twice as bright as this one. And you need brightness for HDR.

but if you want accurate colors and a wide viewing angle, and don't plan on watching in a dark room or HDR material, then the 75" set is fine... well though for about the same money and the Sony, you have options of watching HDR material and watching a dark room.
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I have the 86 and it's amazing
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I have been looking at that 950g, I want to replace the TV above our Fireplace as our Samsung UN65KS8000 has lines bleeding on the bottom (possibly caused by the fireplace heat?) and love the idea of Android TV built in since our other TVs have NVIDIA shield, but I have been reading a lot of bad things about it. Do you have it? Costco has a great deal on it, plus 5 year warranty + extra 2 year warranty. It's gonna be uses in a pretty well lit room during the day.
I thought Costco had the 850g, not the 950g.
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I thought Costco had the 850g, not the 950g.
850 is all I've ever seen at Costco and on Costco.com
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SM9000's are really nice, but with a couple things you might not like. The halo effect when viewing white letters on a "black" (ish) background is annoying. Oh, and the fact that blacks only look black in a well lit room. In a dark room, it's really annoying. I watch a lot of movies, and like a dark room. This is the limitation of the IPS panel. The other LED TVs use a VA panel which looks much better, but you don't get a good view from the side.
I already had my eyes on this one so I went to my local Best Buy today that had one on display. They had it in the Magnolia section where the lights were darker. I thought it looked pretty good actually. It's no OLED or Samsung QLED. But it does check a lot of boxes for features, including eARC, which I like for future-proofing. Unfortunately, they aren't running a lot of demos that allow you to test black performance but I really didn't see any issues. It's darker in the Magnolia section but obviously not theater dark - which is probably closer to how my room will be. I think I'll probably still get it at Costco though. The coupon code here is the best price I've seen, but in my mind doesn't make up for extended return period and warranty benefits.
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