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Last Edited by widgit September 23, 2016 at 05:08 PM
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  • resolution: (3840x2160)
  • WiFi, Smart, HDR 10bit Panel
  • Inputs:
    • 3x HDMI 2.0a
    • 3x USB
    • 1x composite/component
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HDR Super with Dolby VisionĀ¹

LG Super UHD TVs support both HDR10 and Dolby Visionā„¢, delivering the look that filmmakers intended, while assuring full playability of current and upcoming HDR streaming content, such as Netflix.

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#3
I just bought the UN70KU6300... maybe not too late to back out...
Is this LG 65" a better deal? I see it has a true 120 refresh vs. the 60 refresh of Samsung's 70"?
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Not getting these prices at checkout. Both TV's are $200 more than listed here. Is there a coupon code missing?
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Quote from Ehlacore View Post :
I just bought the UN70KU6300... maybe not too late to back out...
Is this LG 65" a better deal? I see it has a true 120 refresh vs. the 60 refresh of Samsung's 70"?
According to rtings:

The LG UH7700 is a higher end model and in many aspects, it is better than the Samsung KU6300. But there is a big difference in the type of screen panel it uses. The LG use a IPS panel and the Samsung use a VA panel and this, in many cases, it is more important to the picture quality than the fact that the LG is a higher end model.

IPS maintains good color accuracy at an angle, but has a poor contrast ratio when viewed straight on. VA has good picture quality in front, but loses saturation at an angle. This mean that if you are going to watch TV in a dark room, where you will be sitting straight in front of the TV, The Samsung KU6300 will provide a better picture quality, even if in some aspect, it may be behind the LG UH7700. But, in a situation, where you would be watching TV in a room with a lot of light and where you will be sitting on the side, and not in front of the TV, The LG would be a much better choice.

Personally, looking at both tvs in store, I think I liked the LG more, but they were showing two different videos.
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Anybody confirm this price actually works? I dont want the hassle of going through checkout to verify.
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How does this compare to the KS8000 ?
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How does this compare to the KS8000 ?
It doesn't. KS8000 is way better than even LG's UH8500.
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Quote from Wildcard36qs View Post :
It doesn't. KS8000 is way better than even LG's UH8500.
The UH8500 is not very good either. Per RTINGS

"The LG UF8500 4k UHD LED TV has worse picture quality than average, especially in a dark room"

LG OLED TVs are really nice but other than those I would avoid LG's current models.

I do own an LG plasma TV that is great. Hope it lasts for a long time.
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Quote from vietannamese View Post :
According to rtings:

The LG UH7700 is a higher end model and in many aspects, it is better than the Samsung KU6300. But there is a big difference in the type of screen panel it uses. The LG use a IPS panel and the Samsung use a VA panel and this, in many cases, it is more important to the picture quality than the fact that the LG is a higher end model.

IPS maintains good color accuracy at an angle, but has a poor contrast ratio when viewed straight on. VA has good picture quality in front, but loses saturation at an angle. This mean that if you are going to watch TV in a dark room, where you will be sitting straight in front of the TV, The Samsung KU6300 will provide a better picture quality, even if in some aspect, it may be behind the LG UH7700. But, in a situation, where you would be watching TV in a room with a lot of light and where you will be sitting on the side, and not in front of the TV, The LG would be a much better choice.

Personally, looking at both tvs in store, I think I liked the LG more, but they were showing two different videos.
Ha I was the one who asked rtings that question on there sight
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Quote from wgwrigel View Post :
Ha I was the one who asked rtings that question on there sight
What did you end up getting?
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For 1 more day Dell has the 65 uh7700 for $1499 with $400 gift card, $150 cash back if you finance and 4% cash back from extrabux.com! In total I'm getting $610 back from buying it at Dell with cash back site
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#13
price shows @ final checkout just confirmed.

very tempted on grabbing the 60 inch for $999.
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Last edited by Beatz September 24, 2016 at 04:37 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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Good find.

Still hoping for the EF9500 to show up on Slickdeals some day.
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What did you end up getting?
I bought the 65 uh7700 from dell
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