LG - 55" Class - LED - UJ6300 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR

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Watch multimedia in stunning clarity with this 55-inch LG smart TV. Its 4K Ultra HD resolution delivers crisp, detailed images, and it has in-plane switching technology for increased color accuracy. Three HDMI inputs let you connect PCs and accessories to this LG smart TV, and the built-in Wi-Fi lets you access a full range of apps to stream content easily.

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    What's Included


    • Batteries
    • LG 55" Class - LED - UJ6300 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR
    • Owner's manual
    • Power cord
    • Remore control
    • Stand

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1129 out of 1182)

    Included Free


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    Features


    True Color Accuracy

    Uses advanced color mapping technology to effectively correct color distortions and deliver a picture that is accurate and natural.

    IPS technology

    The IPS panel in this LG TV uses in-plane switching to deliver rich colors and strong contrast ratio that remain consistent at wide viewing angles.

    webOS Smart Platform

    webOS brings together popular streaming video apps, such as Netflix, and gives you access to more than 70 free premium Internet channels through the LG Channel Plus app.

    54.6" screen (measured diagonally from corner to corner)

    Large enough to provide an immersive experience for everyone in the room.

    2160p resolution for breathtaking HD images

    Watch 4K movies and TV shows at 4x the resolution of Full HD, and upscale your current HD content to gorgeous, Ultra HD-level picture quality.

    Watch high dynamic range (HDR) content on your TV

    With an HDR-compatible 4K TV, you can enjoy HDR movies and TV shows, in addition to all your current content.

    Smart TV with access to streaming services for countless entertainment options

    Stream shows, movies, games and more with the TV's built-in Wi-Fi and integrated apps.

    LED TVs perform well in all lighting conditions

    They also deliver plasma-like deep blacks and rich colors.

    Advanced TV sound

    Two 10W main channel speakers, ULTRA Surround.

    3 HDMI inputs for the best home theater connection

    High-speed HDMI delivers up to 2160p picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable. HDMI cable not included.

    TruMotion 120

    Enjoy high-speed action with good motion clarity.

    2 USB inputs

    Easily connect your digital camera, camcorder or other USB device.

    Web-based services and content require high-speed Internet service. Some services may require a subscription.


    Customer rating

    4.7
    96%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      My 2-cents

      Posted
      Toicat
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Sometime back in the 1990's we replaced our television in the living room with a 27" 720i Magnavox from Sears. Recently, it completely shut down and was retired to the city dump. I wanted to upgrade our TV and enjoy some of the technological improvements that I had heard about. All within a reasonable amount of money. I read about this 55' LG and went to Best Buy in Palm Beach Gardens to look at it closer. We both liked the picture and it had substantially all of the features that you can have. The sound was lacking, so I also purchased an LG sound bar for about $150. We have owned it for about 3-weeks now, and are both pleased with the picture and sound quality. We are both over 55 and are not interested in the absolute best picture. Value was essential. The LG TV and sound bar make for a very acceptable combination. Our living room is kind of small, and these fit in nicely. The set up was quick and simple. Both devices work fine, and we would recommend these to anyone. Know that this model of the LG TV and sound bar are not the absolute best available. You can spend into the thousands of dollars more to get a sharper picture with more expansive sound and bigger (even curved) screen. That is why I am rating this as a 4-star purchase although in my situation it is really a 5-star fit, and a 7-star value. The downside to the TV is that we have it sitting on a console. The two "feet" used to support this TV are not well engineered. They are 100% plastic and the TV could be toppled over under certain conditions. We have two cats, so those "conditions" are very possible. Next, the remote controls assume that your fingers are those of a 9-year old child, not a man with big and heavy hands. It's similar to holding a pencil and just feels delicate in your hand. I don't like the remotes at all. Everything else, I'm good with. This TV is priced right, and will give you a decent picture. We're all-in with sound bar and sales tax for under $900. By the way, there were several young folks that helped us with this purchase by answering a whole bunch of questions, and did not rush through any of it. That counts for something too, and I wanted the store to know that they have some fine people on the floor working for them.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Best quality TV on a Budget

      Posted
      LGFAN4LIFE

      I am a die hard Hockey Fan, love most sports and movies. I wanted to treat myself to a big tv, a 4K tv. I spent many hours researching and educating myself on tvs. I have a bias to LG, That bias is I have never owned anything by LG that has been less that amazing and reliable, washer and dryer and previous 43” hdtv we had for 9 years. I wished I could have afforded a 70” or even a higher series 55” like the 8500 series, which had better speakers and truer hdr and higher refresh rate but was $400 more than the 6300 series. I did have a problem with Best Buy delivering my tv, they didn’t deliver on the day they said because tv was out of stock. I went down in person and they apologized and loaded the one they said they had two days earlier into my truck and knocked $40 off my price so $459. I got it home and placed it where I wanted, I also bought an Apple TV 4K to stream to the tv. I had to see the 4K resolution. There was no manual for the tv, you get a tutorial on screen, it is a smart tv and will walk you through it’s capabilities. I think the sound is ok, maybe my 9 year old tv may be better but I also am nine years older now and my hearing may be going a bit but it is sufficient, Buy a sound bar if you feel it is necessary but wait on that until you hear the 20 watt speakers. The picture is wonderful and when I saw the 4K on smithsonian earth on my tv, I thought “ it looks just as amazing as it did at the store” I had read reviews about people not getting the picture they thought they were going to when they got tv home. Well, go through all the settings, set the hdr mode on, it enhances basic cable tv programming and my sporting events look great and one day they will be in 4K. I only decided to settle for a 55” 6300 series because I have to help my wife get brakes and tires for her truck. But if you are like me and have other obligations and work hard for their money then believe me you cannot go wrong with this excellent tv. If you are wealthy and watch tv 18 hours a day in your mom’s basement, buy an OLED and sound bar and all the bells and whistles. But I cannot say enough but to trust me, you can’t find a better deal right now on a quality 55” 4K hdr tv than this one. I am again pleased with LG, they make great TVs and appliances. I am watching my baseball team right now as I write this review. If you are on the fence about this tv, hop off and buy it. It is beautiful and people will compliment it when they see it and they don’t have to know you paid under $500, they will think for sure you spent over $1000. Trust me, Buy this tv.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Faulty Wi-Fi

      Posted
      Oryx
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I haven't had a smart TV before, my current TV is an old 47" 1080p LG, we've had it for coming on 10 years now and still really like it, it works as well as it did the day we bought it. We wanted to upgrade a little bigger and go 4k & Smart and figured LG would be a solid choice. (Read reviews on this and many other brands). The picture was really nice on anything 1080 and above, the TV set up was easy. The problem was probably just this particular set, but the WiFi kept dropping. The first night it worked fabulously. The next morning the kids tried opening Netflix, via the Netflix button- which they and I thought was so cool - but a show wouldn't load, just sat at 20%. I reconnected to our WiFi and it worked again perfectly. Later in the day, turned it on again and pressed the Netflix button, the movie took a while to load but it did - however at the worst resolution throughout the entire movie. This has happened in the past with a Fire Stick, but the picture would resolve itself fairly quickly. It didn't with this TV - watched the entire movie (kid movie and the kids didn't care). I followed the troubleshooting steps on the LG website the next day and it worked perfectly again. But in the middle of the movie (on Netflix again) the signal was dropped. I went to settings to try to reload the WiFi connection, because I'm aware the TV takes a lot of WiFi bandwidth, and I was starting to think we'd have to connect it directly, but the TV couldn't locate any WiFi networks at all. Not ours, not the long list of neighbors'. It just sat there searching and searching. So I returned it after 3 days of trying. It likely was a faulty WiFi connector in the TV, The Best Buy return employee agreed, and maybe if I exchanged it for another it would be fine. I didn't want to deal with it though. I don't mind using a Fire Stick and my old LG TV is still great.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Decent LED 4K TV

      Posted
      500indy
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This LED is a great LED 4K because it has features that are nice for the average or above average user. I wholeheartedly feel that for my needs that this unit has everything. .ost importantly, I needed Prime and Netflix on the apps available. I was pleasantly surprised that both buttons appear on the remote control. That is a huge plus! The screen quality is very nice. I compared this side by side to Sharp, Insignia, and Hisense and found this to be the best. There are dark regions in the lower left and right corners of Insignia and Hisense that are glaringly apparent when viewing next to an LG. I never thought that would make a difference, but it does make a huge difference when seeing a black screen. I should note that this LG does pretty well with blacks, but it does need to be calibrated to Expert Dark mode and change brightness to 52. The apps load fast and no trouble connecting to the WiFi signal at home. I am connected to 5G and not 2G. The only thing that really surprised me was the distance between the supports under the TV. If you have a media stand or other stand, make sure that you measure the stand to see if this unit will fit. The feet extend almost to the edge of the screen. Maybe 2 inches from the edge. I had to build an extension on my stand to support this TV.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great TV but has Wi-Fi connection issue

      Posted
      Williams
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      We purchased the TV 10/17/17. It was lightweight compared to our plasma & very easy to set up. Great picture, love the netflix button on the remote. Great TV for the money if you do not use the netflix or chromcast feature. We have been watchiing 4 or 5 shows on netflix on this tv at least 3 -5 nights per week. No problem with the TV in anyway until 1/3/2018. While watching a Netflix show on this TV , the picture locked up. I had no idea what happen and had trouble exiting out of netflix. Through trial & error I found that the tv has lost the connection to our Wi-Fi. Rebooting the wi-fi nor turning off the tv with the remote made any difference. I finally unplugged the tv from the power outlet, waited a couple of mins. & plugged it back in. I turned on the TV and it was connected to our wi-fi. I click the netflix button on the remote and netflix started up. I began to watch the netflix show and 10-15 mins in to watching it the screen froze again. I checked wi-fi connection on the tv and it was lost once again. I called LG tech support & they suggest unplugging tv from power outlet and holding down on/off button on the tv for 20 secs. this is suppose to clear the board for the tv. I have not performed this task as of yet but am concerned this issue will reoccurr and consider it a flaw in this model

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Awesome TV!!

      Posted
      YungVibe
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Just purchased the LG 55” tv during Black Friday, and I have to say, I really enjoy it! One thing to note, it does come with HDR, but to my understanding, the display itself is not HDR but can produce the HDR-like feature. Much like how you can adjust contrast and color, it can produce HDR-like, even if the display isn’t “true” HDR. The HDR feature is only available on select third-party products like Apple TV 4K. Other than that, it will try its best to provide HDR-like qualities on cable or dish tv. There are third-party apps available for iOS devices (iPhone & iPad) such as LG TV Plus or Smartify - which will allow you to control you tv via wifi. My only gripe is the OS(operating system). It crashes, it will sometimes launch the webOS feature so that you browse online, but it’s not a great experience without having a keyboard on the actual remote, and it will say “there’s not enough memory” which makes no sense since we’re using it to go online and not saving anything to the tv. 4-Stars based upon LG’s OS for their smart tv features. Ended up getting an Apple TV 4K to pair with this TV to give a way better “smart tv” experience.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Nice 4K LED

      Posted
      Indy500
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This LED is superb for the price. I was talking with the tech guy at the store and he said that for the money, you can't beat the quality. I have an older 1080p LG that is 5 years old and still has an excellent picture. It always looks great with minimal adjustments. This LED was perfect for my needs, with Netflix and Prime buttons on the remote. Not many LEDs have the both buttons on remote. Also, it has a superb miracast or chromecast app that connects to my phone easily. There are channel plus apps to stream news and other videos. Youtube videos looks and work great on this TV. The only thing you have to be aware is the feet spacing on this TV is wider than normal. The feet that support the LED almost reach the edge of the screen. I had to make a solid wood shelf to support the TV because the media center I had wasn't wide enough. Just be sure to measure your media stand. Of course, you can just mount it to the wall.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Sound, app, and Wifi issues, but great remote

      Posted
      XianLewis
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      If you buy this television and you watch movies or shows where they tend to whisper or talk in British accents, you should just go ahead and buy a soundbar to go with it. Before you do that, just go ahead and save the $100 by purchasing the Samsung JU6400 instead. Among Smart TVs, this one has all the features. The old-school remote is fantastic. The screen is crisp (if you adjust the settings - we found the standard Eco-friendly mode a bit dark). However, for whatever reason, the Hulu app performed terribly for us. The adds buffered, and buffered, and buffered. I turned off the "stay in sleep mode" setting and the buffering was fixed, but there was still a little lag. And the SOUND...we started watching a show at level 10, but when a scene featured dialog, we had to up the setting to 50 just to make it out!!! I tried all sorts of settings, but to no avail. I would have thought the television was "fine," but we ended up buying the Samsung JU6400, and the difference was quite distinct. There is a "voice boost" mode on the Samsung that makes the dialog quite easy to hear. The apps work perfectly, especially Hulu.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend






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