LG - 60" Class - LED - UJ6300 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR

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Enjoy your favorite sports on this 60-inch LG LED television. Its IPS Ultra HD panel delivers rich colors that are consistent even from wide viewing angles. Channel Plus is integrated into this LG LED television, providing access to over 50 streaming sites.

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$699.99
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Overview

What's Included


  • Batteries
  • LG 60" 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 (634 out of 661)

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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.

59.9" 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.


Overall customer rating

4.6
96%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    LG 60inch 4K UHD

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

    This is a really nice TV and the picture is great. The smart feature is incredibly fast. I had to play with all the picture setting options to tweak it to our liking. The eye comfort was on and it made the picture way to warm. The size is perfect for a family room and it’s incredible for PlayStation: absolutely, no lag time in this TV at all. The sound is fine, but ours is hooked up to surround sound, I don’t think spending an extra 500 plus dollars is going to get you any better viewing experience. You just need to play with the settings. They say it’s not true HDR, but I’d beg to differ. It may not have 3 different HDR options, but it does have one. The HDR settling is nice, but we found that based on our messing with the color and contrast etc..., it looked best on the sports setting. The vivid setting is nice too. The remote is user friendly, atleast to us it is, and its nice having the steaming buttons on the remote ie nexfiix, Amazon, Hulu. We have a beautiful thin 50 inch plasma and tried to match the pictures color for color. It’s close. For the price you can’t go wrong. It’s crazy how cheap it is to buy a big smart UHD TV. I believe the top three TV manufacturers ( LG, Sony, and Samsung) make similar products in the 700 to 1400 dollar price range. They all have pros and cons. I found the reviews somewhat confusing. I did my research and made the decision and we don’t regret it. You won’t either! If you want a TV that is supposedly close to perfect....drop 4499.99 (55in) or 7999.99 (65in) on a SunBrite TV-Signature Series. As for us we’ll stick with the LG, gladly! :) Ps. The attached pictures are from regular cable channels. Side view was with movement on screen. This is a great buy! Thank you to the Best Buy sales support! You guys are amazing!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Budget TV Exceeds Expectations

    Posted
    Penguin

    It is challenging to pick a tv....and truth: store displays were weak in assisting. For us, it came down to this: finalists were Sony 60 inch ($800) LG 60 inch ($550) and Samsung 58 inch ($500). No doubt we would have been happy with any of these. But ended up choosing the LG and buying it at Best Buy (after earlier "research" at Costco and Target). Why? Best Buy had best price, nicest sales folks by a wide margin. Sony had (potentially) best picture, but not better enough to justify extra $250-$300. Samsung had (slightly) smaller screen...salesperson said LG had best wide angle viewing and smart TV integration (important to us); wife absolutely loves our recently purchased LG refrigerator so "brand loyalty" was also a factor. So: took it home, and how did it do? Fantastic, exceeds expectations on all fronts. Size: 60 inches is perfect from about 10 feet away (but note: large size and 4k resolution reveals production flaws in local tv news). Picture: "cinematic" - feels like you are watching film - way better than our old Panasonic 42 inch plasma (on basis of streaming content from Netflix, Amazon and Hulu). True, blacks could be blacker in dark scenes in a dark room, and maybe Sony would have been better in that regard (is better according to salesman) - but for us this is not enough of a problem to trigger buyer's remorse. Sports - picture really keeps up (no lag) with speed of professional basketball. Wide angle viewing - good enough - not quite at level of the old plasma at "outbound" seating (approx 130 degrees) so I'd hate to think how others would do if they are indeed worse. Quality of smart tv (streaming service) integration - couldn't be more intuitive/easy to use/effective - nailed it! Audio - biggest surprise - it is really good - returning the sound bar. Ease of setup- couldn't be improved. Remote - functional, buttons are very logical in the dark and design is reasonably ergonomic. Would we buy it again? Absolutely!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Size + Price = Value

    Posted
    ManMan

    Let's face it, this is an inexpensive UHD TV. You have to understand this going into the purchase. It's not going to be near the same level of picture quality as a $1,200 tv. That being said, it's good enough for what it costs. Overall it displays a decent (tweakable) picture. The smart features function as they should. The configuration is easy enough to navigate and figure out if you like to thumb through menus. Sound quality is good. The number of inputs is adequate and everything just flat out works as it should in a basic, no-frills manner. This TV is a family room TV in our home that is well lit. We use it mostly for streaming content (no cable), so: YouTube, Netflix, Antenna and Amazon. The picture quality can tend to lack depth of blacks, and it's difficult to get skin tone colors accurate. This tends to have images lose a little bit of their overall depth and gives it a slightly washed-out look, even after tweaking. I'm not going to beat it up too much though. It does what we need and want it to. You have to understand what this set is capable of going into this purchase. If this were going into a darkened movie room, it would not be acceptable, at all. Actually, it would be pretty bad. But in our general-use family room situation, it works as we had hoped. So many products today are up to the consumer to differentiate from one another. You can't wander into a store and pick out the first item you see, thinking that it's going to be exactly what you need. Research, understand what you're getting into, and then evaluate it from there.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great TV, Great Price

    Posted
    lakearea
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    We've had the TV for 8 months and we really like it. For under $700, I don't think there was a better option at that time. If something works as expected for the price I paid, I give it 5 stars. The sound quality is great, sounds solid and not hollow. Volume level is typically fine, sometimes (based on what we are watching) I do have to turn it all the way up though. Great Areas: Price, Picture, Smart features, Sound. I love the Netflix and Amazon shortcuts on the remote, need a WatchESPN button. Areas that could use some improvement: The app (smart) areas) of the LG interface are a little awkward, but do work fine once everything is setup. 1 thing that is completely lacking is an ESPN app, it is just not available at all. Netflix, Amazon, Youtube, etc. are available and work great, just need the ESPN app and then I'd be able to get rid of my ROKU completely. For the record, I feel the same about every Smart TV I've seen. Bad area: None really. Summary: Looks great, sounds great, works great. As expected. Only issue: Kept dropping network connection, called LG and they answered quickly and told me the shortcut to a hard reset. Happened a few times and got to be annoying. Then I switched the network from the 5.0 to 2.4 connection and voila, no issues. It was likely an issue with interference from other nearby networks, not necessary the LG.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    big screen but weak picture

    Posted
    Matt

    I am not a purist or a TV snob but this really doesn't have very good picture quality when you switch to live video streamed in on the HDMI input from HD DirectTV. The store demo of static photos looks fantastic but real world video is washed out with very poor dynamic contrast and grey foggy blacks. To see for yourself just turn on the tv and before "no signal screen demo" starts you will see an all black screen with the back light on. The black screen is a grey fog with the light bleeding through the LCD. I swapped HDMI cables and also verified the incoming stream using my old Panasonic Plasma TV that the DirectTV was good. I fought with every imaginable setting for 3 days before giving up. I can't believe this is truely a HDR receiver. I paid $600 for a door buster price and i don't think it is worth that. Returning for a higher priced smaller tv with better picture quality. I hate returning this tv because it is huge and has a decent picture but not what i expected from LG.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    TV Lasted Less Than 6 Weeks

    Posted
    DrEMD

    My first review I gave this set 5 stars and was very happy, now 6 weeks later the worst TV I have ever owned. After just 6 weeks this TV died, stopped working as if unplugged for no reason. LG has the worst customer service I have ever experienced. Wants to send a repair tech from Palm Beach Over 250 miles from where I live. No time frame and I was told by LG that the set would probably not be fixed on the first visit if it requires parts, How could it not require parts. LG has refused to exchange this defective 6 week old set for a new one. Best Buy has stepped up to help and will send a Geek Squad Tech in 6 days and will have most parts with them on visit. I am greatful to Best Buy although I think on a set this new they should offer an exchange as well not repair. Who knows how long this set will last after repair, very disappointed.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Solid TV so far

    Posted
    Jeff
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    There are really only three things I'd complain about. One is that turning the tv on and off and setting up are loud initially. Luckily you can turn off the voice and sounds with a little navigation through the settings menu. The 2nd thing (and this may really just be trivial) is that pandora is not supported. I don't know when this was a thing but the pandora app is not usable on this TV. Why would I need it? Just those times when you're cleaning the house or doing some work away from your desktop and you want to have some tunes playing. The last thing is Hulu. Didn't realize that a device this new with the Hulu app wouldn't support multiple profiles. Probably on the fault of Hulu for their design and support of the app, but you'd think by now we could have multiple profiles. As for the tv itself, the picture is great. I haven't gone into 4K viewing yet (as 1080P still looks great) and I haven't played any video games on it. Setup was easy and in no time you'll be accustomed to the new remote (if you're new to LG like I am). I've read complaints about Wifi but I'm hard wired in so I don't imagine connection issues should be a problem. Got it on sale for $599.99 so if it goes up in price I'll consider it a bargain.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    pic quality/set up

    Posted
    3xlgtvs

    i have 2 other lg tv's so i decided to purchase this one to replace a 720 plasma in my bedroom. when i first set up this tv, i was ready to put it back in the box, and put my old plasma back up and return the tv. but it bothered me that the other lg tv's i have had a exceptional picture. so i did some trouble shooting. tv's are not plug and play anymore, keep this in mind. each time i searched for a adjustment the tv would produce a much better pic.the strange thing that i found was when i went to you tube to view a 4 k video using my fios 5g network the tv would just buffer and not play, i then switched over to regular wifi, the tv started to show what i was looking for. here is the strange thing, when i went back to watching fios tv . the picture was incredible. only change was my tv was not connected to 5g fios anymore. i do not know if this has any effect on the tv and i hope lg reads these reviews and can answer this. in conclusion the tv is staying on the wall so before you give up on any tv check your setting.

    I would recommend this to a friend





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