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LG - 77" Class - OLED - C8 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.9 out of 5 stars with 36 reviews

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Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 2 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great TV!

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    LuluAmber
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    Wonderful, vivid picture, with great TV apps and easy setup.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    best television as of now

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    jojo
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    excellent picture. easy installation. worth the money(not cheap @@@@@@@

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    best picture on any tv

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    rockymgh
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    LG is the expert on OLED tvs. 77" is a giant tv; add to that perfect black and infinite contrast and you've the best picture you've ever seen on a tv. Expensive, but worth it. Good service from Best Buy for delivery and set up, also.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Top of the line TV!

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    Carl
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    Since the early days of flat panel TV's I've been a 100% Samsung loyalist. Heading into a 2018 Black Friday TV purchase I was fully expecting to go with a Samsung QLED around the 80" range. This all changed upon a visit to my local Best Buy store. First and foremost, the hype is real, I've never seen a better picture on a TV than this OLED. From a personal rank order perspective, I'd say QLED is a half step above all other types of TV's, and this OLED is a full step above QLED. When set up properly, nothing comes close. Some obvious disclaimers, your picture is only as good as the quality of your source. In playing 4K content off a dedicated 4K UHD player with UHD discs, this TV is truly in a class by itself. The picture is incredibly sharp, reproduced all colors accurately, and has none of the old school motion blur. I'd chalk those up in the "pros" column obviously. My utilization revolves primarily around sports in HD, movies in UHD, and gaming in HD. Simply, you will not be disappointed, there is no better TV out there. In terms of cons, I picked up this 77" LG OLED as a Black Friday price match special to a major online retialer, and picked up for almost half off of retail. Even with that, this TV is not cheap. With that said, you get what you pay for and there is truly no better picture out there. A second con, as one would expect, is that you really don't want to rely on the built in speakers for sound. I picked up the TV about a week before I started putting together my theater room sound system, and I had to set the sound to 70 out of 100 for what I'd consider normal TV viewing. The strong recommendation here is a AV receiver and some sort of external speaker system set up. Worth noting, and hoping in saving some folks some grief, there is only one Audio Return Channel (ARC) which is built into HDMI 2. What this means is that HMDI 2 is the only input where sound can be transmitted via the HDMI cable itself. Maybe it's a con that there is only one ARC channel, however, if using a home theater receiver you really only need the one. My receiver has an HDMI cable running from HDMI out on the receiver to HDMI 2 on the TV. All external devices (PS4, Xbox, UHD player, satellite, etc) all have an HDMI running from the source itself to the receiver. I'd assume most people know this, however, I initially assumed that audio return worked on all HDMI inputs for the TV and it initially cost me about ten minutes of head scratching and checking my connections until I caught my error. All in all, if you can handle the sticker shock, there is simply no better TV out there for picture quality. It is best in class, in a class by itself.

    I would recommend this to a friend