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Costco Members: 75" LG 75UN8570AUD.AUS 4K UHD Smart LED TV EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: 75" LG 75UN8570AUD.AUS 4K UHD Smart LED TV for $899.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native)
  • Cinema HDR w/ Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos
  • a7 Gen 3 Intelligent Processor
  • Smart Platform: webOS
  • Works with: Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit & AirPlay
  • Magic Remote Included
  • Ports:
    • 2x HDMI 2.1
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Digital Optical Audio Input
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LG 75" Class (74.5" Diag.) - UN8570 Series - 4K UHD LED LCD TV

$899 from 1/17 - 2/7

Budget tv with current gen gaming console hdmi 2.1 goodness...
and "real" 120hz native refresh.

Rtings dropped the ball on the value of this tv, for its size and gaming input lag, and resolutions supported + price point.

even the 65" @ $629 was enticing me, plus the 82" and 86" are regularly discounted, but glad I waited for the 75". For gaming I love this size now on my Sony 850E and xbox one x / ps4 pro.

Now I'll be ready for the series X, ps4 pro, gaming video cards, etc with 120hz input @ 4k displayed natively whenever I get the source content.

And a reputable brand (been scared to buy a vizio M/P/PQ...) . Plus Costco warranty/return policy...for gaming/ganers, its like this tv was built with that in mind 1st and foremost.

Theres debate if VRR is supported but if not it likely will be. Still a badass 120hz @ 4k / 1440p / 1080p capable tv @ 75" for $899 is hard to beat...

FYI firmware notes mention freesync support
and RTX 30xx improvements:

https://www.lg.com/us/support/sof...CT30017666

https://www.costco.com/gear-up-fo...-time.html
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Its cheap which is the pro and has 120hz via hdmi 2.1. The cons are a lot however. No FALD, dim screen with low peak brightness, bad contrast, fake HDR, cant display 4k properly, no wide color gamut, cant display blacks and will have a cloudy screen whenever you try to watch any dark scenes.
Any recommendations at 1k price point? I have dish so a lot of channels are bad quality, and I watch a lot sports that are streaming on dish but that's it, I know very little about TVs thanks
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I have the 82UN8570 which is the VA panel in this lineup and am very happy with it (VA = much better blacks / worse viewing angle). Despite the firmware release notes mentioning FreeSync however my Xbox Series X does not detect the TV as VRR capable. I expect the 75UN8570 model will be the same.

Whether or not VRR comes later via FW update is questionable. I am hopeful but wouldn't buy this if VRR is a hard requirement for you.
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Any recommendations at 1k price point? I have dish so a lot of channels are bad quality, and I watch a lot sports that are streaming on dish but that's it, I know very little about TVs thanks
The LG IPS tvs do have fairly good motion handling, but it comes at the cost of poor overall picture quality. TCL 4 Series is a good sub $1k tv for $699 which will have better picture than this LG and still decent motion handling.
If you bump your budget up a bit you can get a really nice TCL 6 mini-led QLED for $1399 which will be a massive upgrade over either set and will actually do true HDR if you watch movies or play games

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/tcl-...Id=6424069

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/tcl-...Id=6424217
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I'll wait to get an oled instead when consoles are readily available
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Not really ... trusting vizio is Bold...all that gaming engine advertsing and havent seen many models that actually just work ...

This tv:
I read that Freesync works,
good to have for me

I see firmware updates explicitly mentioning AMD card improvements

it has hdmi 2.1, AND supports all res signals from 1080p to 4k @ 120hz AND can actually display them (harder trick than most think) without dropping frames...and at 5.2ms latency..

I'll take my chances at this price point and manufacturer who makes arguably the best tv's in the biz ...
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Tempting AF but the wife would kill me and all. Who needs a wife
You can't put a price on a wife. She's a best friend for life.
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You can't put a price on a wife. She's a best friend for life.
You can make new friends
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Does TCL usually have any good discounts? I was eying the 6 series 75" TCL but its $500 more in price. I wonder if it will drop to sub $1000 pricing ever?
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I have the 82UN8570 which is the VA panel in this lineup and am very happy with it (VA = much better blacks / worse viewing angle). Despite the firmware release notes mentioning FreeSync however my Xbox Series X does not detect the TV as VRR capable. I expect the 75UN8570 model will be the same.

Whether or not VRR comes later via FW update is questionable. I am hopeful but wouldn't buy this if VRR is a hard requirement for you.
Agreed. I dont have it now and my xbox one x or ps4 never make me feel like im missing out

My 850E has good motion handling / 120hz native and no other gaming or special features and whether im playing 4k @ 30 or 60p or 1080/1440p the gameplay is butter smooth and crisp with high level of detail. Gears 5 and the like look and play amazing

I suspect this tv will be the series x / ps5 gameplay equivalent and at this price & size im in...

Oled when its $1500 or less for 75" or bigger, otherwise not unhappy enough with my cheap 120hz 4k hisense or sony or my old 60' plasma to want anything that much more expensive

9.2.4 Atmos helps bring it all together, thats where i would recommend spending more ... real surround/atoms paired with a good fast response time / hi refresh rate tv that has no major glaring weknesses vs soend a ton on the current best tv and use built in audio or soundbar (if u have to choose...)
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Hmmm. Now or wait for super bowl to see if any better deals come up?!?
It says that it's a game day sale so I don't think I'd count on pricing getting any better
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Dang just got the Samsung q80t 65 for around 1000 should I cancel and get this
I wouldn't compare UHD screen with QLED screen.
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I bought this model this pass summer when it went on sale, just to let you know, it is really nice. Only complain is the wifi card, not great. cuts off whenever it feels like it. I had trouble shoot it with everything you can find on the internet, still does it today. Annoying as heck. Chromecast attached to it has no problem casting all day long. Overall, a good buy. And the wife, just get it, once she sees the size and gets use to it, she will love it. ;P
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I bought this on last BF deal and very satisfied with it.
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I bought this model this pass summer when it went on sale, just to let you know, it is really nice. Only complain is the wifi card, not great. cuts off whenever it feels like it. I had trouble shoot it with everything you can find on the internet, still does it today. Annoying as heck. Chromecast attached to it has no problem casting all day long. Overall, a good buy. And the wife, just get it, once she sees the size and gets use to it, she will love it. ;P

You might consider upgrading your router. I had similar issues with random WIFI devices (TV, lights, etc) dropping connection for no apparent reason. I looked at the number of devices I expected my router to juggle and realized I was overloading the router's ability to maintain all of those connections. I upgraded the router, and no problems maintaining all connections since then.
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