LG 60UH7700 TV: Browse the Web or watch television while enjoying the crisp 4K resolution and intuitive SmartShare features of this 60-inch LG Ultra HDTV. The built-in upscaling capabilities create rich, realistic images, and the Launcher program manages and selects apps and broadcasts in response to simple voice commands. This LG Ultra HDTV's Ultra Surround system provides immersive sound quality.
Nice tv for the price!
Posted by: HdTvFan from: on
First, I have been looking at 60"-65" 4K tvs for a few months so I was not in a rush to purchase. I did read a lot of customer reviews and made quite a few visits to Best Buy to look at products. Best Buy folks were always helpful and never pushy. After much gathering of not too technical information, I concluded that I was going to have to make my own decision on which tv to purchase based on my needs ( movie and sports watching) and at my price point. I decided this LG product was it. I can say I am satisfied with its performance ( one month of ownership). Picture quality is very good, no blur on my Golden State Warrior games, and best of all, I don't feel the need for a sound bar to make up for loudness. At 1/4 the volume output, the lg 7700 is comfortable for my ears in a medium sized family room! I fooled around with customizing picture settings and found a suitable output for me. Not sure what the fuss is about light bleeding? I don't usually watch a completely black screen to notice that. Anyway, I am happy with my purchase and have trusted LG products. I have a LG washer and dryer set, purchased from Best Buy still going strong for 12 years.
Secondly, I want to mention the fact that I didn't want any stress about returning a tv if I was dissatisfied with a product. Free delivery and haul away of my old, defunct 200 lb rear projection tv was a plus!
I am a member of the big warehouse stores and they seem to carry mid level tv products, at best. The only other tv I considered was a Samsung and their price points were $300-$500 more for the equivalent level LG product. So, I believe I can save you a lot of time searching when I recommend this tv!
Lastly, you want a 5 star rating from your next tv purchase? Then purchase an OLED tv from LG. Peace out!
45 out of 54 found this review helpful.
Save time on Research Just Buy
Posted by: Iceebear from: on
I researched a long time on what tv to get. I went with the LG brand for three reasons, sound, picture and web browser. I used this as a wall mount TV for our staff room. The magic remote makes using the web very easy and the picture is great. The 2016 web 3.0 is easy to use and there are several apps including the one to beam your phone to the tv which is easy to function. Stop the headache of trying to decide, forget the other TV's out there and do yourself a favor and get this one. I did the research for you and this is a great option. You will not regret it.
43 out of 52 found this review helpful.
Great HDR TV
Posted by: Pico from: on
LG is one of the first to provide HDR 4K at a reasonable price. I picked LG over any other brand as they support The more common HDR10 format that the UHD Alliance has backed but it ALSO supports Dolby Vision which some major studios have backed. I didn't want to pick one over the other so LG simply supports both. The quality of the image is amazing and is great for gaming as the lag is almost none.
24 out of 29 found this review helpful.
Excellent TV for price.
Posted by: Mwise from: on
This TV produces excellent color and clarity. Also does a great job with blacks. I mainly use HDR user level medium. It works best for me. I personally disable the LED local dimming. Caused a lot of shadowing and brightness level variations when viewing at night. Bezel around TV is slim and looks great on the wall. 4K content pops and looks great so does regular HD programming. 4 stars for me die to not being Dolby Vision capable yet, should be coming in next firmware upgrade. Not sure about negative reviews this TV is loaded and picked this up for 1699.00 on sale.
15 out of 17 found this review helpful.
Absolutely great, except for one major area
Posted by: Dustin from: on
Went to BB with the intention to buy the Samsung 55KS8000. Seen this LG, which was on sale for around $400 cheaper and was 5" bigger. The remote looked cool and the TV they had on display, which showed how vibrant and smooth the screen was, quickly convinced me to take it home. Once home and hooked up, everything was great. Beautiful TV, on or off. The remote is by far my favorite part and makes typing on a TV way easier. The OS was also great, making source changes and/or settings changes effortless.This was around 4 o'clock while the sun was out and the room was fairly bright. Then the sun goes down and so did my feeling for this great TV. The light bleed that others have talked about reared its ugly head. This wasn't just a little light bleed, it was horribly noticeable. It ended up being all that me or my girlfriend could look at, mostly on the bottom and especially in the lower right side corner. Then when the credits started rolling, the whole center of the screen where the words are scrolling up turns to a bright dark gray, if that makes any sense. This was a huge deal breaker for an otherwise amazing TV, and that really sucks because the remote is totally the best one ever. Returned it and got the Samsung I initially wanted. It's been great all around, but I sure do miss the magic remote.
15 out of 17 found this review helpful.
Very Happy with Purchase
Posted by: BigBen from: on
Before I decided on the tv, I did several weeks of research in store and online, and it really came down to three tvs; LG 7700, Samsung ks 8000, and Sony 850 XBR 850. Being new to 4k, I decided on the features I wanted first, then went looking for tvs that matched that. 1. HDR (both standards hdr 10 and dolby vision) 2. Motion rate 3.Quantum display. (each manufacture has their own name for it but basically the same thing) My idea was to future proof it for as long as possible and I wanted to stay as close to $1000 range as I could. Quick Summary for those who don’t want to read the entire review.
Great picture, Excellent sound for a flat screen tv, lots of streaming options through smart apps, constant tweaking of picture setting made me crazy until I found the factory set options were good with some small changes for personal preference. Here are a couple of best practices I've found so far, and I thought it may be good to share.
1. After setting up tv, make sure to change the picture setting off the default setting of APS. The APS setting is the power saving mode and personally, I feel like it's totally unnecessary. I'm sure it's there to get it the Energy Star approval, but it darkens the screen so much that it's almost unwatchable. My personal favorites are Standard, Cinema and Sport mode.
2. Let the screen run for a day or so of normal viewing before judging the screen. I ran the Dynamic mode for the first day or so, then started playing with the other modes. It seemed to me like the screen got better the longer it ran. So much so, that I just started using the Standard mode after day 2. I also tried setting the TV to some of the online recommendations from 3rd party sources and I was disappointed. Luckily, you can reset the picture to factory presets. At some point I may try a calibration program, but for now I'm using factory settings with some minor tweaks. (turned off LED dimming at night)
3. The screen only looks as good as the source material. I have Dish Network and they don't offer 4k content yet, but the 1080 channels look pretty darn good with the LG upscaling. Hook up a Blu-ray, and the quality jumps up to a whole other level. We put in Capt. America Civil War and Frozen and they felt like they jumped off the screen. The Xbox S looked amazing, as did the 4k videos from You Tube and Netflix. We'll be investing in a few 4k Blu-rays, so we can really see what the tv can do.
There have been some small annoyances, especially when the room is really dark. The local dimming tends to get under my skin, as it's really visible in a dark room with dark scenes. Quick fix is to turn it off and it eliminates the issue. There is also some tweaking needed for motion blur on different sources. I’d prefer to find a good setting and leave it on that, so I’m not constantly changing the picture modes when I switch between the Blu-ray, Satellite, and Xbox. It would be great to have 4 HDMI ports instead of 3 and I also wish the HDR was turned on from day one, as you have to turn it on for each input (hidden under General Settings vs. Picture settings). Finally, the remote takes some getting used to, but we all love it now that we have been playing with it for a few days.
Overall, I feel it’s a great tv for the money.
11 out of 11 found this review helpful.
Great 4k TV
Posted by: Usmcfredawg from: Mississippi on
I recently purchased this TV yesterday along with a Xbox One S to watch 4k movies, which I purchased the Shallows movie in 4k as well. Set up was pretty easy, a total of 8 screws and the TV was connected to the stand. The remote for the TV works like a laser pointer/ mouse, that at first felt laggy, I assume it was from the angle I was standing at, but after sitting down in front of the TV it worked fine. When I hooked the Xbox up to it, the picture seemed grainy until the Xbox recognized that it was a 4k TV and asked if I wanted to adjust the settings to compliment the 4k and when I clicked yes, the picture lit up and looked crisp. There is multiple picture options to choose from ( vivid and sports seem to be the brightest and show off more detail, but there is options for cinema, gaming which I will test out later tonight, HDR etc...) As for sound, I never really expect TVs to produce quality sound but I have to say this one does quite well. I only had to turn it up a little over a quarter of the way and was able to hear the movie I watched just fine. I haven't had a whole lot of time to fully test out this TV, but so far I do like the picture and sound. I will mainly be using it for gaming and streaming so I will update this later after I get more time with the TV.
11 out of 11 found this review helpful.
Great TV for the price
Posted by: Techman from: on
I purchased this TV about a month ago for $1,397.00 as an upgrade to my old LG 55" LED 3D TV. My previous LG TV was five years old and had an excellent picture and we never had any issues with it. So when I decided to upgrade to the 4K model I was leaning toward LG again. I read reviews and talked with geek people at Best Buy and the LG 60UH7700 had all the options of the more expensive models but was a lot less expensive so that is what I went with and I have not been disappointed. The picture is awsome and right after my purchase it went on sale for another $100 less. I took my reciept by the store and they gave me a credit for the $100 no questions asked. I am very pleased with my TV and the service at Best Buy, you can't beat either one!
19 out of 25 found this review helpful.
Nice Tv But....
Posted by: Yangman88 from: Selma,NC on
Ok I'm going to put this as plain as possible, this TV is beautiful hands down, the Apps, the motion rate, the way it turns on and switches inputs, BEAUTIFUL!! However, being that this is a Quantum Dot display to me it is not perfected and is not worth the price, The issue that I have with this TV was the back panel lighting. It was terrible, Especially during dark movies like Batman or John Wick ,you can see the TV lighting in the background, in which it looks likes lines. If you are a hardcore LG fan to each its own but this is by far the worst idea of a LCD/LED lighting I've ever seen. Get a Sony or Samsung and be done with it, even VIzio, if you have perfect vision like I do this will be extremely noticeable and you might NOT want to buy this. But if you have the average eyesight and you have no issues with detail or have this for a big room than this might be perfect for you, all i can say it keep your receipt! Just in case!
7 out of 9 found this review helpful.
Great 4K Ultra HD TV
Posted by: CDT68 from: on
Went to Best Buy to look at new TVs. Was looking at a Samsung TV that was same size. Ended up speaking with the LG salesperson. He was very helpful in showing me the better features that this LG had compared to the Samsung. So glad I went with this one! Easy set up, beautiful picture, especially when watching Netflix which broadcasts in 4K. Love this TV and LG!