LG 65UH7700 TV: Watch your favorite movies and channels in vivid colors and crisp details with this LG Super UHD smart TV. Its revolutionary HDR Plus technology provides sound-enhancing features and four times more pixels than 1080p TVs. This LG Super UHD 4K smart TV comes with the new webOS 3.0, which lets you view two different channels simultaneously.
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Best TV Right Now
Posted by: eric from: on
I bought the first 4K TV LG put out in 2014 and have been very happy with it and still use it in another room after I replaced it with this new one. I had been holding out to get my next 4K until something that supported HDR10 and Dolby Vision was available and this TV does not disappoint. I also have the Samsung Ultra HD Blu-Ray player to get the best 4K content possible on this thing.
I have watched the 4K Blu Rays; LIFE OF PI, SALT, X-MEN, MAD MAX, THE MARTIAN and a few others and they all look spectacular. THE MARTIAN looks the best in my book, and LIFE OF PI comes in a close second. I have watched several regular Blu-Rays and they all looked good too and noticeably better in some cases. Not all regular HD content looks better and sometimes the flaws are more obvious on this TV, but in general everything looks better.
The picture doesn't look its best when it comes out of the box and I recommend some tweaking to get it the way you like it. Turn of the Motion blur stuff and adjust HDR to way you prefer it and definitely turn of local dimming.
It took a few days of tweaking for me to get it were I like it for different content. In general the picture seems much darker than most screens and that I believe is do to the deeper blacks, higher contrast rates and HDR compatibility. The blacks on this TV are darker than anything you have ever seen on a TV and they add a depth and level of detail that isn't there on even the best non-HDR 4K televisions. The picture is also brighter in a much different way than we are used to with most televisions, you have to see it to appreciate it.
As with other LGs their interface is very easy to use and has some nice features the other interfaces don't. This TV also does a great job detecting your equipment and automatically selecting the right input for whichever active port you are using.
I have a 4K DirecTV geni attached to this TV too, and while the picture doesn't look enhanced, it is very clear. I was worried the higher resolution would make the 720 1080 content on the TV look bad, but it doesn't. It looks just fine. Great TV.
Also, looks great with streaming 4K content... I have watched Netflix and YouTube and been happy with it.
I had been waiting for this TV to come out since it was one of the first to support the latest and greatest specs and it doesn't disappoint.
33 out of 33 found this review helpful.
Posted by: RC27 from: on
I have only had the tv for a few days. For me the magic remote and the webOS3.0 are the nicest features. The webos 3.0 is very snappy and very much like the webos 2.0 with a refreshed look. You have all of the usual smart features like netflix. I do wish LG would have the Plex app but you can still view plex movies through the videos and pictures via DLNA. I think the picture is great and remember to turn off the energy saving features otherwise the picture gets to dark. I don't use the sound on the tv as I have it hooked up to a sound system. I don't use the wifi on the tv either as I hard wire it in. The way my room sits there are some very sharp side views and the TV picture still looks good.
22 out of 26 found this review helpful.
Great Super UHD TV
Posted by: JohnH from: on
Picture quality is absolutely amazing. No issues with motion blur with a few slight changes to the Tru Motion setting. Went from a Vizio P series to this TV and am happy I made the switch. The magic remote is also a huge plus.
11 out of 11 found this review helpful.
Great tv, beautiful picture
Posted by: Jenny from: on
I bought this tv before it was in the store, based on previous LG tv ownership. This LG tv did not disappoint, the color is amazing! Absolutely love it. Easy to navigate. Purchased a sonos sound bar to enhance the sound.
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
So far so good!
Posted by: RGX2016 from: on
This TV while watching 4k videos is excellant! I only gave 4 stars due to a few things, I am trying to iron out.. some may be user error, wifi error, or the TV itself, I will update when I know!
I get a blurriness in 4k around heads of people... I have read this could be due to higher settings... I have had redbox shut down, which will hard reset the tv... I am not sure as of now if this is due to internet or the tv itself... The black is dark... but I always have some very light spots too... mouse pointer leaves a light bar of sorts that's a third of the tv... I am pretty sure this is something I have in settings... the picture however is excellant... the tv remote, while i was skeptical ... I love it... the apps fire right up, easy to find... and the apps section is way better than Samsung's... I have owned Only Samsung TV's for the last 15-20 years... LG just stole my business!!
9 out of 10 found this review helpful.
So Far, So Good!
Posted by: Hot2Trot from: on
I bought this TV in-store before I read any of the reviews online and honestly if I had read the reviews 1st I might have not bought it... BUT I'm so happy I did. It has great picture quality. Good sound without having to purchase a soundbar. And I love the live tv magnify feature and how easy it is to switch from HDMI1 to HDMI2. I would recommend this if you are looking for a big screen.
9 out of 10 found this review helpful.
Wow What a Picture!
Posted by: jkpm98 from: on
While we were completing the finishing of our basement, I began to review the different brands of 4K TVs from LG, Samsung, Sony and Vizio. There were positive reviews on each brand, but when I looked at the TV in the store, the LG just jumped out at me so I made the purchase. I am glad that I did! The picture quality is amazing, especially when you have a 4K movie to view. Watching a baseball or football game looks amazing! The colors just seem to jump right out of the TV. The interface to switch between the TV, APPs and TV configuration is seamless. LG even gives you the ability to switch between different levels of HDR depending on what you are watching, I have used this feature only a few times as most movies and shows that I watch look great on the default setup. The remote is a little different, as it like a mouse. It is a little strange at first, but easy to use and you get use to it. The only thing that is a problem with the TV, is that the picture isn't as crisp when the picture is dark with a lot of black. The picture quality at those times is average, but it is tolerable. Overall, I am very well pleased with the TV and I am glad that I purchased it.
10 out of 13 found this review helpful.
Posted by: tony from: on
I purchased a 65 inch LG 4K HD Smart TV . Outstanding picture quality. Overall this TV is definitely a 5 star . I highly recommend this product and Best Buy for there superior service and dynamic sales associates.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Satisfied picture quality
Posted by: Vonstein from: on
I purchased this LG 65" 4K TV because I needed a replacement for an older Samsung I'd given away. 4K is the future and all I've heard and read is that more content is just around the corner. I was also interested in 240kz vs 120 or less hz. There is plenty of confusing conversations about this subject. I decided to buy this one based on reviews and that for a few hundred more I would get the 240hz. Even though I don't have 4K shows yet on my Direct TV, I can tell a difference in the regular broadcasts. The color is deeper and on some shows you get more of a sense of picture depth than I'd had on my 1080P hi-def Samsung. I will search for some internet 4K programs and wait for programming to begin to appear. I'm happy with this TV and would buy it again and recommend it.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Not a bad set but has some fatal flaws
Posted by: Amalgamate from: on
I really wanted to like this TV and there are certain aspects of it that are outstanding, but unfortunately screen uniformity was a major issue in the set I purchased. I noticed the "dirty screen" effect and screen uniformity issues immediately when watching a movie with this television set. Any pans of the camera across a consistent color (i.e. against the sky, a field, ice rink etc), were very inconsistent. Another thing I didn't like was the brightness of the television set. It just doesn't get very bright and in my living room with a large picture window, it wasn't ideal for daytime viewing even though the IPS screen did have nice viewing angles. I also wonder how good HDR content would look on this television considering it does not have good brightness capabilities. The final nail in the coffin for the TV for me was the bezel on it. It was highly reflective and distracting. I prefer something much more understated.
I ultimately spent an extra $200 and went with the KS8000 from Samsung. While I preferred the LG WebOS 3.0 and smart remote pointer over the Samsung Tizen interface, the screen & picture quality on the Samsung is what ultimately made my decision.