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LG - 75" Class - LED - UK6190 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 860 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Took awhile to setup but now I'm very happy

    Posted
    BrooklynBuddy8
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I read a LOT of the reviews on this site and others because I have an atypical circumstance. I had a 75" Samsung purchased from Best Buy in 2015. By 2017 the screen started to have problems right after the warranty expired - one single thin red line that never went away, and then a series of progressively worse and worse dark, mottled areas. Lots of image burn issues. Now - in fairness, my TV is on a LOT. I have it in my living / dining room where my dining table is used as my desk and the tv is my computer monitor. I'm an interior and lighting and wall paper designer so even when I'm not watching TV or working on the computer I leave the TV on as a monitor streaming images that I create to make custom screensavers as art. The tv gets a lot of use. For that reason I decided against the newer technologies such as OLED. 1) image burn has been mentioned as not covered by their warranties and 2) they're expensive and I was mad that I had to shell out a few thousand dollars again just 3 1/2 years later. The $999 sale price on this unit got my attention. AND based on my atypical needs it seemed like this older technology might actually be the better choice for me. I did read the reviews where people say it's a dark screen. IT IS. And for the first few days I was stricken by how dark it is. As I said I'm a designer and I'm very specific about the lightscape in my pad. I keep light levels very bright in the day and very dim at night. So I like the TV being dark; honestly my old TV was too bright. But for the first few days of having this TV I played around with the settings over and over and over trying to find the right balances and I really wasn't happy until I finally figured out where the back light setting is. I didn't want it on because of energy use concerns. I'm in an apartment and the circuitry here leaves me in the position of having a LOT of electrical fixtures and devices all on one circuit covering several spaces. So keeping my wattage consumption low is critically important. I have lights EVERYwhere. Finally I found the back light in settings, and it does have 3 brightness levels (and different energy consumption levels) so I chose the middle, and separately turned up the brightness (which is also hard to find in the settings) and now it's all good. ------------------------------ So my message is - you've really got to play with the settings. A LOT. Be patient with yourself. It took me days to get it right. What I do really like is the settings can be customized independantly for each HDMI port. That's very nice. Now that I've got everything calibrated for my unique interior space and my very particular eyes I'm quite happy. And proud of myself for not breaking the bank. It's my first LG. I'll check back in a year and see if I need to clarify / retract anything here. Not that this exact model will be available then. If you have a chance to get this unit on sale I'd say DO IT. -------------------------------- One last thing - being a designer with a wall of upholstered panels behind the TV / computer monitor and my whole pad being very dark with lots of black I was very concerned about the grey frame on the TV. It looked very light in the product images and when I asked a question about it for community answers on another web site, I heard some answers that scared me into thinking I might not be happy with a gun-metal, silvery frame. I'm pretty color perceptive and persnickety and as far as I'm concerned this is a black frame. It's great. I'm relieved. *whew*

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Great Picture & features But Bad Warranty Service

    Posted
    Dan99
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I bought this TV on Nov/22/18 and in less than 3 months, the lines were all over the place. Also, there was an area that looked like cracked from inside. I reached out to the LG customer service, going back and ford, and they first decided to send a technician to take a look into it. I was OK with that, but they wanted to charge me over $100 for only the visit. I refused that and wanted to speak with a supervisor to give me a resolution for this issue. Therefore I eventually spoke with an executive supervisor and they kept telling me that, according to the pictures that I sent, because there is a crack in the panel, the ONE YEAR WARRANTY does not cover that. WHAT DOES THE ONE YEAR WARRANTY COVER THEN? I informed them that nothing touch the TV. This is again all from the inside panel; the outside screen is not broken or something. Also, I forgot to mention that when I got the TV, after couple days, I noticed that the outside screen is NOT installed properly. What I mean by that is if I pushed the outside screen from all the sides, left/right/up/down, by my finger, the screen will go inside and will leave a big gab; however, they said this is relevant to the issue. If it is relevant to the issue, it should be gab only on the area that looks like it is cracked, left-bottom side, not all the sides of the TV. I should have returned it when I saw the gap, but I unfortunately didn't, and I think I will be taking the long way to get a resolution for this issue. Finally, I want to say that the TV has a great picture with great features, and I just wanted to post my experience here, so everyone is aware of this.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      LGAnswers

      Oh no! I am sad to hear about your ill-fated TV experience. We would be happy to see what's going on. Drop us a line on Twitter at @LGUSSupport or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LGUSA/ or you can give us a call at 800-243-0000 so we can get more info and see what we can do. ^CP LG

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Can't beat this deal.....period.

    Posted
    Greg
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member

    I've been searching, researching and going back and forth whether I wanted to get a 70+ TV or not. The price scale jumps so dramatically once you get above 65. That being said, LG has had a great track record the past few years and after looking the past few months, this deal was bound to come. Folks, you're not going to get a better TV for the size, not to mention tech/features at 75inch for $999. As far as tech and features, this doesn't have the smart remote or other gimmicky sales tools of the higher priced models but it's essentially the same panel and processing power you're going to get before spending $1,600+. If you're going to use a smart device or alexa, it's not worth spending the extra cash for those. Full HDR support which was the main thing I was looking for, easy calibration and setup. I had it narrowed down to a Sharp at 75 and Sony at 70 (both inferior panels) for similar price points. No cons to report of other than if you want the gimmicky backlighting and shut-off of pixels with OLED, go ahead and spend the extra $1,000+, that price point within 1-1.5 years is going to be cut in half. The recent report out on OLED models is LED burn after limited hours/usage which doesn't fair well for any of the brands. You can also get this same model at 70 inches for $699 (ends black friday) which is an incredible deal that I promise you WON'T see again, for a long time. And no...I'm not a Best Buy sales person.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great TV, especially at sale prices!

    Posted
    EricL
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member

    I bought this set at the Thanksgiving 2018 price, and it was worth it! As others have stated, this TV's picture doesn't look great out of the box, but with some setting changes it looks stunning. Not OLED stunning, but then again it was at least $2000 cheaper than a comparably-sized OLED (or even Samsung QLED). As others have also mentioned, the UK6190 seems to be a Black Friday 2018 model that LG produced, and which other major electronics retailers also carried at a reduced price in late 2018. Because of that, if you want a good baseline for configuration, search the Google for "RTINGS LG UK6570 review". Near as I can tell, this set (75UK6190PUB) is basically the LG 75UK6570, just without Bluetooth, 1 less HDMI port, and no compatibility with LG's Magic remote. This set also uses RGBW and the 6570 doesn't, which probably doesn't matter unless you review TVs for a living. Anyway, since it is basically the same TV as the UK6570, if you go to that review mentioned, there is a section of their review that lists out all of their recommended calibration settings, which is a great place to start, and then tailor to your liking. I use mine with a 9.2-channel Dolby Atmos AVR (Onkyo TX-NR787) so I have no comment on the TV's built-in sound or the lack of more than 3 HDMI ports. Sorry, not sorry. :-) Overall, very happy with my purchase!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good solid TV

    Posted
    Crufflers
    • My Best Buy® Member

    So far it seems like a solid value for the price - I got the 75" model. BestBuy delivery was no-nonsense... guys brought it in and set the box where I wanted it and left. Good service. I had cleared out my old 73" DLP and set it up in another room. Using the same stand as my old tv, I already knew the side mounts on this 75" would not work so I had pre-ordered and assembled a square center mount that connects to the tv via VESA holes. I recommend these... for $60 awesome... heavy tempered glass base, solid back designed to hold up to 80" tv's... best thing about the mount is it rotates so the tv can easily be out of the way to access ports in back, etc... or different viewing angles. TV looks great. Only issue so far was HDMI2 seemed to go out and I had to UNPLUG the TV to reset it. Nothing else worked. Seems to be enough adjustments and custom settings to make it look the way anyone would want. Brightness is great... coming from a DLP that's the killer feature for me and also the crystal clear resolution. We will see if the motion is top notch. I believe I have only seen any stuttering when using the built-in APPS... which is fine for me... I usually run a super fast NVIDIA SHIELD TV... it was not working for a while due to the HDMI2 issue. Seems like a good tv that I love so far. We will see how it holds up. DLP cons or no, that DLP lasted forever and only ust started with the white dots which mean a $200 board needs replacing. It was time to update. Lucky guest has a 73" tv at the foot of bed now. Good enough for kids to watch shows on for sure. 75" looks about the same as the old 73" size wise though. GLAD I didn't go with the 70"

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great tv for the price

    Posted
    Eddie
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Member

    Great picture, HDR 10, plenty of setting and it has channel plus. This is a free service that adds 150 iptv streaming channels with guide to your lineup. I have a digital antenna and my tv hooked up to an indoor antenna and I have 180 plus channels. The best is that you just go thru your channels with no hassle of having to go in an other menu. I use it with my xbox one x and I can already see the difference from my sharp 4k tv. On the LG the picture is definitely better and in forza horizon 4 you can clearly see the metal flakes in my car paint. On my sharp roku tv 65" it looked like the car is wet and had like a rainbow effect over the cars black paint. The only downside are the 3 hdmi that cries out cheap but that is not the case. Even the back of the tv is aluminum not plastic (very thin tv) . Overall I dont think you can get a better tv for under 1000$

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Very happy with purchase

    Posted
    Mike
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I was looking for a bigger TV to replace my 55" Samsung that was close to 10 yrs old. I wanted another Samsung because I've had multiple and have been happy with the quality. I found this LG and wasn't sure at first, but after looking at the spec's and reading reviews. I made the decision to go for it and I'm happy I did. The other TV I wanted was 60% more expensive but I couldn't find any reason for it. My friend plays video games and said it's all about the refresh rate. I only play games occasionally so I wasn't too concerned. The size is great and the picture is really nice huge improvement over my old TV. Movies and TV shows look amazing colors are bright and vibrant. The only issue I've had is watching live mma ppv fights there seemed to be a little blurriness with fast movement. This is probably the refresh rate my friend was talking about but I don't think it's the TV's fault and I don't think spending $500+ more is worth it. I've only had the TV up a d running for a week but definitely like it for it's picture quality and at the sale price its hard to beat.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    My first 4K tv

    Posted
    Smagill81
    • My Best Buy® Member

    Bought this 11-10-18 for $999. My first 4k. Used to have a 55" Panasonic 3D but they just don't make 3Dtv's anymore. Not a fan of the feet being spread so far it's right at 60 inches foot to foot so make sure your stand handles that unless mounting it. Love the 75" size. I don't have a ps4 pro or a 4k bluray player but the tv does have Netflix if you want to upgrade to their 4k package but they pretty much just have their own tv series and both Ghostbusters movies to choose from. Meh. I do love that the tv has Plex in their apps that helps. Watching standard content is par for being pretty crappy looking. Blurays look awesome. With Plex it helps if you're streaming 1080p content. Navigating to the video/audio type settings isn't quick on the tv but I do like the amount of settings. Has HDR and the 4k looks amazing if its full-on 4k. Sound - speakers are actually pretty good. Older tv's always sounded super hollow.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing TV and Sound!

    Posted
    Meechmom
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    I cannot say enough about this TV. Bought this on the pre Black Friday sale for $999. We upgraded each room to a larger TV and this 75” replaced a 60” TV on the wall which went into the Master Bedroom. The picture is beautiful and crisp and the color is awesome. The sound is what is amazing. We have a great ZVOX Soundbar that we kept with the new TV because in past experience, big screen TVs have horrible sound like our other 2 TV’s do. We tested the sound on this TV before setting up the ZVOX because we had read this had very good speakers and Ultra Surround with 7 virtual channels plus there are 5 speakers in the front that face downward. The sound is incredible! Finally a big screen TV where you don’t need a Soundbar. If you get it set just right, you hear every little sound and it feels like sound is coming from all angles like a true surround system does. LG offers different sound adjustments so check each one out. You won’t need any additional sound bars or speakers for this TV which is quite unusual for a big TV.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Did not meet expectations

    Posted
    EngineerMan
    • My Best Buy® Member

    This TV is NOT a good fit for a basement/dark room. I purchased it in April for the explicit purpose of being the focal point of my newly renovated basement/home theater and i have been left disappointed. There seems to be an issue with the back lighting and contrast of this TV when viewing films comprised of dark settings (Game of Thrones+Chernobyl+anything that has a dark setting) in the dark of my basement. I have spent quite a lot of time playing with the picture settings to try and remedy this to no avail. I have noticed that the top left corner of the screen always seems to be back lit brighter than the rest of the screen making it look like cloudy and there are 3-4 distinguishable vertical lines approximately 1" thick (top to bottom) that have this same contrast in brightness that shows right through the picture, it is subtle but it noticeable and can really ruin the viewing experience for me. I should point out that the picture is good when viewing things that are bright or playing video games. I am unsure of what i plan to (or even can) do about this, i just thought i could save a fellow consumer from going through this disappointment.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Very Impressed

    Posted
    Johnboy
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I've been looking for a large TV for awhile. Spent a lot of time at Best Buy looking over their offerings in the 70-75 inch range. I'm coming from a 55 inch LG so I wanted a big size upgrade..Go big or go home. :) Anyway, I noticed that this model was listed in the Pre-Black Friday ad with a price reduction of $500 so it was the same price as the 70 inch (70UK6570PUB) and it had a better IPS panel (for my usage) as opposed to the VA panel on the 70 inch. I bought it on the 10th and had it delivered on the 15th and that was a long 5 days! Set it up, tweaked a few settings as recommended online and all I can say is.. WOW! Better picture than my 6 year old 55 inch and the larger screen make sports and streaming video a pleasure to watch. I would recommend this to anyone looking to upgrade or even as a first TV. Plenty bright in a well-lit room and even better at night. Best bang-for-the-buck TV deal out there right now!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Really good Tv for the price.

    Posted
    Aj90249
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Member

    This is a really good Tv. It has all the features your looking for, some you didn’t even know you needed. The good: Screen resolution, clarity, sharpness with 4K and 1080p signals. Refresh rate (no motion artifacts) Built in WiFi and wired Ethernet Built in web channels (lots of fun exploring them) Built in Hulu/YouTube/amazon video/vudu/ and more. Sound quality is very good (fake surround is, well, fake) Size is big, and big is good. And webOS is good enough for most of you web needs. The bad: Screen could be brighter Menus take a little getting used to Remote is basic, but does the job The ugly: Still haven’t been able to get Alexa to see/connect with the tv or visa vers. Overall this is worth the price (as long as it stays at or around 1k). It is big, it is clear, it is loud if you want. Has enough connections for the average user (3 hdmi, 2 component, 1 composite, 1 usb), the stand is a bit tall and takes up more space than needed, but if you use a sound bar, the height is a welcomed thing. The sound on the tv is good enough for the average living room (20x20 is mine). Your friends will be impressed when they see the big game or movie on the big screen. I have had several big screens and this is as good as any.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Not impressed

    Posted
    Oldgrouch
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Member

    Bought this tv to replace my 8 year old 55" lg tv ,I've wanted a 4k since they came out,I'm all about the picture quality and sound. We live in an area where unlimited internet isn't available so all the smart apps are not being used. Set up was simple and finding all the picture settings was simple,the sound is wonderful. That is where the pros stop and the cons begin,I am not impressed with the picture quality at all,I changed all the settings multiple times and the picture stays almost grainy looking and at times and during close ups the picture has a fuzzy out line around objects it jumps from fuzzy to clear over and over. Our old LG has a much better picture than the new one,also bought a 4k DVD player and several 4k movies and am not impressed with the picture quality of it. Our old LG and blueray player was just as good.I don't know what I was expecting but was hoping for more than this. We had the other one calibrated and that may be the differince,can you calibrate a 4k ?? Over all would rather have the old LG .

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      LGAnswers

      Hi, thank you for reaching out. I am sorry to hear you experienced this issue with your television. If there is anything we can assist you with please feel free to reach out to us via phone at 1-800-243-0000 or online on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LGUSSupport or Twitter @LGUSSupport so I can gather the necessary information from you and get this resolved. ^EJ LG

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome!!!

    Posted
    Steve
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I've always been skeptical of Black Friday TV deals. After reading the reviews on this tv I decided to buy it. 75" UHD LED 4k tv for $999, sight unseen, none the less!! I picked this TV and mounted it on our wall (definitely a 2 person job, even though it only weighs around 75 lbs. The setup was extremely easy. The remote is nothing fancy, but it's simple and serves its purpose. I set the picture mode to "ifs Black Room" and I think the colors are fantastic. I'd still like to see if I can find a forum where people have tweeked the different picture settings from the "standard", but I'm not sure it's really needed. To my eye, the picture is crisp and the colors are great. I watched football on it and didn't notice any lag issues when the ball was thrown. I wouldn't be afraid of the 60hz refresh rate (which I as a little leery of before). I have surround sound so I can't comment on the TV's speaker quality. I never expect that great of sound from a tv, hence the surround sound system. You can't go wrong with this TV or the price of $999.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Not even for the price

    Posted
    Megamark
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I have 3 75 inch TVs in my house. A 6 year old Sharp, a 3 year old 1080p Samsung and this recently bought unit. I was hopeful that the 60hz refresh would be ok....it is definately not good enough. Jittery, juttery and almost eye sore like is the best description. Even when movies pan from left to right you definately see the studdeering constantly. Black levels are pretty poor and the range you can control of calibration is genuinely laughable. I think my old CRT TVs gave me the option to change Red, Green, or Blue input. But this TV cant get the color right no matter how much you calibrate it. Yellows are pale with green being present. Red isnt vibrant and the blue is ok. My older 1080p sets have much more depth in color range and I can adjust easily for a more saturated vibrant color. This set is exactly what you are paying for. Low quality and not even worth its low price e tag. This is my first and very last LG product.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      LGAnswers

      Many times picture quality troubles can be resolved with a few tweaks to the settings. We have a help library article that recommends the settings for getting the best picture settings: https://www.lg.com/us/support/product-help/CT10000018-20150577528034-menu-settings If you're in need of some guidance with using your TV, please head to our support page at @LGUSSupport on Twitter or you can give us a call at 800-243-0000 so a specialist can help out. ^CP LG

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great tv for the price

    Posted
    MerryC
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I purchased this tv last night and installed this morning so please kee that in mind :). The tv is huge and the picture is really nice. I was scared because I couldn’t find any reviews and buying it online is not typically something I would do. I just couldn’t pass up the deal. We are watching Star Wars and I was impressed with everything I saw. Our living room is VERY bright. We have a two story wall off windows so the only downfall is there is a pretty big glare. It was on our old tv too but it seems larger. Guess larger tv so that could be why. Either way for the price, picture and sound I would definitely recommend buying. I’ll update this review in the future if I’m able.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Purchase so far

    Posted
    CBalds
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I purchased this model on the Black Friday preview for $999. This is the first TV I've ever purchased site unseen and so far, so great. Picture is amazing. Absolutely amazing actually, especially in 4K. Wow! Sports look pretty great. I watched a hockey game last night and it was flawless. The only exception would be football highlights that I've seen so far on ESPN. The grass looks fuzzy and not as clear. However, this could be because I haven't hung it on my wall and at the proper distance to where I'll be watching it. Regardless, it's still a fantastic tv that I'm completely satisfied with. It is enormous and I would definitely recommend this TV to anyone. Time will tell how reliable it is though. That's my only worry as this is my first LG TV.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Decent budget TV but avoid if you want good blacks

    Posted
    Erik
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    Had this TV for several weeks before exchanging it for a Samsung QLED. Honestly, it a decent TV but if you do value deep/dark blacks then you’ll probably want to avoid it. Blacks are especially bad when watching HDR content or playing HDR games. In order to take advantage of HDR, backlight levels need to be set to near maximum. When that happens, blacks start turning shades of dark gray. May not be an issue for some but for me it was the dealbreaker. SDR stuff looked pretty good on Directv and AppleTV. The set I had also had some pretty bad clouding on the entire top section of the screen. It was even worse when HDR stuff was showing (due to needing backlight turned up). However, after taking a soft towel and gently massaging the screen it mostly went a way. Couldn’t believe that actually worked! Honestly, it’s a decent set but I just couldn’t enjoy HDR content on it. As the old proverb says, you get what you pay for.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      LGAnswers

      Hi Erik, thank you for the feedback! I hate to hear you were not satisfied with your television. If we can assist you in any way, please reach out via phone at 1-800-243-0000 or online on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LGUSSupport or Twitter @LGUSSupport ^EJ LG

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great bargain 75” TV

    Posted
    v1rtu
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member

    Was surprised to find a 75” ultra 4K TV for under $1k so took the risk and ordered sight unseen. So far, so good. It’s not an OLED obviously but compared to the much higher-end 55” Samsung it is replacing I have no complaints. Great contrast, better black levels, much higher resolution, and the webOS apps actually work very well. The controls are intuitive, though the remote feels a little cheap. Not a big deal, will be using a Harmony remote anyway. 3x HDMI is plenty for my needs, and it has a LAN port if you’re a hardwire nut like me. So far it has been a good bargain.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good Buy

    Posted
    wb87
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    We purchased this TV on Black Friday sale and feel we got a good deal. It has a nice picture, not crazy though about the remote...too small and hard to find buttons on it in the dark room. The TV is a nice size, doesn't seem overly large (went up from a 60 but can't tell that much), but do notice a larger feel to it than our 60". Color is just OK...in some screens or shows seems very vibrant and others seem a tiny bit dull but it might be our settings also. Picture is very clear but some screens in shows have the credits/names etc. off the edges, so could also be a setting we haven't found. Has pretty good sound "on" the TV...actually turned off our sound bar and use the TV sound instead. In summary, no regrets, so far so good for the $1000.00 price tag we paid.

    I would recommend this to a friend