Loving it so far, but I have some work to do. The bright is great, and blacks better than expected, but finding the right settings has eluded me in the first week.turning down the bright seems to leave it a bit muddy, or foggy. And although the blacks are black, I cannot tweak a setting that allows me to see definition at those levels. Maybe they are there, I have a calibration unit I will try. Biggest disappointment (although I knew it going in) is the motion blur. I expected it during sports but not on close up faces turning quickly. Still do not understand the APP thing. It has all the majors, Netflix, amazon,YouTube,AirPlay etc, but why not have cbsnow?? What are the barriers? Money, technology? Overall, not disappointed, great tv. If I was not so concerned about burn in, I would have an OLED however
Pros: Size, value, quality viewing experience
Cons: Motion blur Having trouble with screen settings
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Very nice picture. Satisfied!
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Great picture. Easy setup and learning curve. Hooked up to my Surface with ease. Very nice LG apps for a variety of uses.
Pros: Easy to use. Great picture
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Great TV, extremely clear resolution, it has good sound too...we have a Bose soundbar, but this TVs sound made me think twice about hooking it up.
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This TV is plain awesome. I upgraded from a 65" 4K 2015 Samsung and this LG looks so much better. Crutchfield customer service knocked it out of the park as well, my first set showed up crack in about 10 spots, a phone call to support had me a new set a few days later. Now I'm just waiting for the HomeKit / AirPlay 2 firmware update and I'll be even happier. : )
Pros: Great Picture Quality, Thin, Small Bezel, Dolby Vision
Cons: Not a big fan of the magic remote
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