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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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transmit asked this question on 01-18-2021 at 09:14 PM
BubblesInSF asked this question on 01-28-2021 at 07:30 PM

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Quote from Galen_Erso :
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 ...
LG is recognized as the best only in the OLED world. The rest of its lineup has been widely reviewed as not quite matching up to the competitors.
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Quote from SpaceMan6969 :
You can't put a price on a wife. She's a best friend for life.
Or replace her with a dog
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Can someone share their thoughts? Watching old YouTube movies and vid in big screen unless video are HD they look terrible right with respect to clarity and resolution?

I watch YouTube's a lot from my bedroom 40 inch TV.... old videos that aren't HD look ok since it's the smaller screen.
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I think the TCL 65R635 6-series is a better option if you don't mind a 65" at this price. LG IPS have poor blacks and watching HDR movies on seems sucks,
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Reputable brand? Vizio and even TCL or Hisense make far superior TVs than LG, with the exception of their OLED line. Pretty much every LG IPS panel has bright grey "blacks" and an abysmal contrast ratio.
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I've got the 65" version and absolutely love it!

XSX is working like a champ. Dolby vision looks awesome on Netflix. Etc, etc...
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This is bottom of the line 120hz..... I'd take a top line 60hz wayyy before this.
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Used to have this set and bought it from Costco last July at 899. Costco seems to run this promo every few months. It's a little bit better than the 6 series and the cheapest way to get into 120z.

I prefer ips displays for their wide viewing angles.

Compared to a base model Samsung or Hisense, LG is the way to go!
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Our family likes to watch movies at night but we also need wide viewing angles.

TCL 75" 6 series or this LG posted here? Thank you.
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Quote from BravePartner763 :
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
Thanks!
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Wonder how much this guy weighs?
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One thing I'm not liking is the LG app store. Doesn't have tons of apps like samsung. HBO max is not in there nor Discovery+.
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One thing I'm not liking is the LG app store. Doesn't have tons of apps like samsung. HBO max is not in there nor Discovery+.
Disney+ is there though personally not sure about hbo max
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We bought this TV during BF. The picture was ok and we liked it. After a few weeks the WIFI started randomly disconnecting and you couldn't connect to the internet without a full TV reset. After troubleshooting with the concierge service they sent me to LG customer service. LG couldn't fix it and they were going to send a technician. Then the TV volume wouldn't work, again randomly it would go mute and you would have to power cycle the TV to fix it. At that point I contacted costco.com to come get the TV.

They came picked up my TV on 12/22/2020 and I have yet to receive my refund. I'll never buy anything again from Costco that I can't personally take to the store myself to return it.

My TV was a lemon and the delivery guys that picked it up said they've seen a bunch of those getting returned. But if you get a good one and don't have to deal with COSTCO returns, then you should be fine.
why couldn't you have brought the TV to Costco yourself to return?
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why couldn't you have brought the TV to Costco yourself to return?
Not speaking for myself, but not everyone has the means to lug around an 80 lb. 75" TV.
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