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LG - 55" Class - LED - UH6150 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR-Front_Standard
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  • Q: What is the refresh rate  (6 Answers)

    By Anonymous 

    • Best answerI asked multiple people at best buy this and they all hesitantly said 120 hz. Called Lg and they said the same thing, but no one sounded confident. I believe it is actually 60 hz , here is why... 1) crutchfield describes true motion 120 as 60 hz with backlighting. They don't have the same size for sale, but they do have the 60 inch version that lists the slower processor. Amazon describes the refresh rate as 120, but hedges that with the word effective, not actual. 2) The price, it is priced around the Samsung motion rate 120's which best buy will tell you is 60 hz. 3) lg also sells a tv with truemotion 240, yet I have heard there are no true 240 hz tv for sale this year. Ultimately it is up to your eyes. If you buy this tv, you have 15 days to put it to the test. Watch some blue rays and sports and decide for yourself

      By Peete 

  • Q: Is this a 2016 model?  (3 Answers)

    By DN 

    • Best answerThe LG - 55" Class - (54.6" Diag.) - LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K Ultra HD TV, Model # 55UH6150 is a 2016 model. The "UH" in the model number identifies it as a 4K UHD LED 2016 TV, last years models were identified by the "UF" in the model number...^IFV

      By LGAnswers 

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  • Q: What is the stand width from peg to peg?  (2 Answers)

    By Anonymous 

    • Best answerFrom the tip of one peg to the other peg is 37 1/2 inches. I wanted to know this question also so I knew if it would fit on my current stand. TV was delivered today so answering for others that may need to know.

      By Shannon 

  • Q: Explain the entire built in wifi, it makes no sense to me. Do I have to buy a plan for it to have Internet?  (5 Answers)

    By KingCobrahh 

    • Best answerThe short answer is yes, you will need an internet subscription. The wifi works just like your roku player or apple tv. You will connect the tv to your wifi network and then you can watch the apps like Youtube, Hulu and Nextfilx. You do not need this to watch standard tv however.

      By Christopher 

    • Best answerI had a little bit of blur out of the box but I was able to get rid of it simply by changing the tv off of the Vivid picture and making sure my cable box was set to 1080p instead of 720.

      By SitoriTenshi 

  • Q: Still not know what is better buy.Sony or Lg.Can you help ?  (3 Answers)

    By Anonymous 

    • Best answerI have had 4 LG TVs and never had a problem - everyone comments on the picture quality.

      By Tonyda 

  • Q: Does this tv come with the magic remote?  (4 Answers)

    By bleedinblu05 

    • Best answerI have been trying for a month now to get a magic remote and they are not available for this TV yet.

      By Gary 

  • Q: what are the best calibration settings?  (2 Answers)

    By kyrie2 

    • Best answerI'm not a calibration expert, but these are the settings that I am using: --Picture Picture Mode: Standard Energy Saving: Off Eye Comfort Mode: Off --Picture Mode Settings Backlight: 42 Contrast: 90 Brightness: 50 Sharpness: 12 Color: 68 Tint: 0 --Advance Controls Dynamic Contrast: Off Dynamic Color: Off -Preferred Color Skin Color: 3 Grass Color: 5 Sky Color: 3 Color Gamut: Extended Super Resolution: Off Gamma: Low --Picture Options Noise Reduction: Off MPEG Noise Reduction: Off Black Level: Low Real Cinema: Off Motion Eye Care: Off TruMotion: Off Hope this helps!

      By Eric 

  • Q: What is the side viewing quality like.  (3 Answers)

    By Anonymous 

    • Best answerGreat viewing without distortion from all angles in our living room

      By parasolDeb 

  • Q: Does it support Amazon, ,Netflix and HULA App? If other APPS are supported, which one's?  (2 Answers)

    By Curious 

    • Best answerThe LG 55 Class LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K Ultra HDTV supports Amazon, Netflex, and HULU apps.

      By CommunityAnswer 

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