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LG 65SM9500PUA 65 inch 4K HDR Smart LED NanoCell IPS TV w/ AI ThinQ (2019 Model) $999

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65" LG 65SM9500PUA 4K HDR Smart LED NanoCell IPS TV w/ AI ThinQ on sale for $999. Shipping is free. FREE - Includes 2 HDMI Cables and Wall Mount

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https://www.buydig.com/shop/produ...2019-Model

Specs:
Resolution: 3840x2160
Refresh Rate: TruMotion 240 (Native 120Hz)
Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG
ThinQ AI, a7 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor
WiFi 802.11ac + Bluetooth 5.0
Inputs:
4x HDMI (HDMI 2.1, 4k @ 120Hz)
3x USB
1x Composite

RTINGS Review: Mixed Usage 7.7
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/sm9500

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oof... this or $1850 for the LG OLED 65" CX in a week for a mixed use gaming/movie TV?

Both are 4K 120Hz
Both support VRR/Nvidia (the 9500 isn't official, but RTings says yes)
Both have HDMI 2.1/eARC
Both have decent input lag

Will be in a very dark room (basement)...

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Quote from NightHawk55
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oof... this or $1850 for the LG OLED 65" CX in a week for a mixed use gaming/movie TV?

Both are 4K 120Hz
Both support VRR/Nvidia (the 9500 isn't official, but RTings says yes)
Both have HDMI 2.1/eARC
Both have decent input lag

Will be in a very dark room (basement)...
I use this tv in a mostly dimly lit room, and it's fantastic; the mediocre IPS contrast ratio isn't noticeable. Though the contrast ratio is very good for an IPS panel, the blacks will look darkish grey in a dark room environment and there's some uniformity issues, as with most IPS panels. The uniformity on mine is pretty good, and the high brightness makes HDR content really pop. The local dimming helps better the contrast ratio quite a bit, but at the expense of some blooming/haloing. Though this is the best IPS panel I have ever experienced, it is not well suited for a dark movie-room experience. It all comes to comes down to cost against uses.
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Quote from NightHawk55
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oof... this or $1850 for the LG OLED 65" CX in a week for a mixed use gaming/movie TV?

Both are 4K 120Hz
Both support VRR/Nvidia (the 9500 isn't official, but RTings says yes)
Both have HDMI 2.1/eARC
Both have decent input lag

Will be in a very dark room (basement)...
Do not buy an IPS tv for a dark room, very bad combo. Blacks will looks extremely gray, also this tv has very bad blooming according to RTINGs. That's a few huge turn offs for using a tv like this in a dark room. LG has honestly just kind of given up on their 4k LCDs it seems like. This was their flagship there last year and it really got outperformed by a lot of other sets with ease.
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