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75" LG 75UN6950ZUD 4K UHD 2160P Smart TV (2020 Model) EXPIRED

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Walmart has 75" LG 75UN6950ZUD 4K UHD 2160P Smart TV (2020 Model) for $748. Shipping is free. Thanks delz4stelz

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Active HDR (HDR10, HLG), HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping
  • Filmmaker Mode
  • Smart TV (webOS + LG Channels) works w/ Google Assistant & Amazon Alexa, Apple Airplay 2, Apple Homekit
  • Wi-Fi 802.11ac
  • Ports:
    • 3x HDMI (HDCP 2.2)
    • 1x HDMI (ARC)
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x RF Input
    • 1x Digital Audio Out (Optical)
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LG TV UI's make me want to cry. Good deal if you're putting an Apple TV with it.
It's gotten better lately. I have an LG Sam's black Friday 70" 4k early gen hdr special from a few years ago in the bedroom, and the interface was slow and lacking apps and compatibility. It's WebOS alright, but it must be an old version. When I got my recent OLED I was planning on immediately hooking up my apple TV 4k, but the speed, ease of use, airplay and other casting abilities sure have made me delay hooking up my apple TV. Plex even runs great natively, albeit I haven't done anything too complicated (1080p hevc 10-bit). I probably will start using the Apple TV again at some point, but for 90 percent of people out there, it's pretty feature packed. I haven't even tried out the freebie TV stuff built in.
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I can't find any reviews for this thing. How does it compare to the TCL R615?
That's a TCL 6 series you're talking about. The TCL's picture quality would be significantly better. This TV is more of a competitor to the 4 series. Unless LG made major changes to the 2020 75" entry level models, I was less than impressed with the 2019 entry level models. I'd take a TCL 4 series over it. Most true HD and 4k content looked pretty good on the LG, but overall motion was rough at times and any sort of upscaling from regular TV or commercials were pretty bad sometimes.
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How does this compare to the one at Best Buy that is on clearance

75UK6190PUB $749.99

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/lg-7...Id=6290163

There seems the several 75" models from LG and I can't figure out the difference or which year models they are.

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There is also this one at BB
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/lg-7...Id=6363868
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That's a TCL 6 series you're talking about. The TCL's picture quality would be significantly better. This TV is more of a competitor to the 4 series. Unless LG made major changes to the 2020 75" entry level models, I was less than impressed with the 2019 entry level models. I'd take a TCL 4 series over it. Most true HD and 4k content looked pretty good on the LG, but overall motion was rough at times and any sort of upscaling from regular TV or commercials were pretty bad sometimes.
Thank you. I figured for the price point that that would be the case but wanted to be sure. Cheers!
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not a great price, BB has similar model for $800 and if there is an open box satisfactory near you, you can get it for under $500.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/lg-7...Id=6363868
The only open box that is under $500 at my location is in "fair" condition, no thanks. The "excellent" and "excellent - certified" open box listings are $750 and $775, respectively.

What makes the BB TV worth $50 more than this Walmart TV?
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Don't buy any TVs below 8000 series from LG.
Why? It would help to know why you made this general statement....just sayin'...
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It would end up costing you, the consumer, at least $700 in total for that "$8" processor.

There are no devices on the market that can output 120Hz over HDMI, which means you'll be buying a brand new console, video card, or BluRay player to view 120Hz natively.

And unless you're watching content shot or rendered at 120Hz (nothing is shot at 120Hz in 4k yet and you'll need an extremely expensive PC to do 120Hz gaming at 4k), it's as useless as the "120Hz" interpolation soap opera gimmick found on a lot of TVs.
Doesnt the xbox one x and s both do hdmi 2.1? And isnt there a slew of games out for xbox in 4k already?
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Is this rgbw panel? If it is, stay away even at this price. So pathetic they defend rgbw, and only use those panels in low grade models. Just look at the thumbs down on vid...

https://youtu.be/fPEnUcQEKd0
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It would end up costing you, the consumer, at least $700 in total for that "$8" processor.

There are no devices on the market that can output 120Hz over HDMI, which means you'll be buying a brand new console, video card, or BluRay player to view 120Hz natively.

And unless you're watching content shot or rendered at 120Hz (nothing is shot at 120Hz in 4k yet and you'll need an extremely expensive PC to do 120Hz gaming at 4k), it's as useless as the "120Hz" interpolation soap opera gimmick found on a lot of TVs.
Not to be argumentative, but the movie Gemini is in fact shot in 4K 120 fps. I think people are confusing hz with FPS here though. I would like a 120 hz panel just to minimize the ghosting seen in LED TVs. I currently have a Panasonic 50 in (I know... so tiny) plasma with a refresh rate of "600hz." No image ghosts.

Crazy how cheap TVs are getting though. This cost about as much as my 50 in TV less than 10 years ago.
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