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15 Reasons For
4K Ultra HD HD Type
The display resolution of the this television is 4K Ultra HD, which is the most commonly found HD type on similar spec televisions that are a comparable age to it. 4K Ultra HD TVs have a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
4K Ultra HD TVs have a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Based on 5,462 expert and user reviews, LG has good reviews for its TVs. LG also has good reviews specifically for its large TVs.
Easy to Use
One LG 65UH770 owner thought it was easy to setup. In August S. J. Blake mentioned in their review of this TVs “It was easy to set up, recognised my Sky+HD box”. One LG 65UH770 reviewer considered that this TVs was easy to use. S. J. Blake said in August this year “The Web OS is amazingly intuitive and easy to use and I've had no issues whatsoever” in their review of the LG 65UH770.
Good Remote Control
One LG 65UH770 owner who reviewed the LG 65UH770 concluded that it had a good remote control. S. J. Blake wrote “Set it up to work through the magic remote”.
Good High Def TV
One LG 65UH770 owner who purchased it concluded that it was good at displaying high definition TV. S. J. Blake mentioned on Amazon this month “Been absolutely fantastic, 4K upscaling on HD content is incredible” in their review of this TVs.
Good Smart TV
One customer considered that it had good apps. This month Stevieb mentioned “It is however smart enough to shut down apps by itself when it runs out of RAM”.
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Good Sound Quality
One LG 65UH770 owner who bought the product mentioned that it had good sound quality. Amazon Customer wrote in their review of this TVs a few weeks ago “There is still sound (sometimes).” however only rated it 20 out of 100.
One customer who purchased this TVs concluded that it was good value for money. Mr. G. S. H. Limbrick said “I really expected better for the price”.
Good Product Quality
One customer who purchased it thought it was good quality. Jon said on Amazon this year “I came across this model in Selfridges and fell in love with! Got to have one, Will have one! The quality is just phenomenal!” in his review of the LG 65UH770.
Very Fast Refresh Rate
Across all the TVs of this type and age the refresh rates range from 50Hz to 3,000Hz. With a refresh rate of 2,500 hertz, the 65UH770 has a very fast refresh rate compared to most of the other comparable spec televisions that were released around the same time as the 65UH770.
Has a WiFi Connection
Like most of the other large TVs that were launched around the same time as the 65UH770, the 65UH770 has a WiFi connection.
It may also be worth also looking at one of the other TVs with a WiFi connection currently available including because of it's better review score, the Sharp LC-60UD20, the Sony KD-65S8005 (£1,699.00), or the Samsung UE65JU7000 (£1,449.00).
Like most of the other large TVs that have been available for more than a year, the 65UH770 is Smart TV.
It may also be worth also looking at one of the other Smart TVs currently available including because of it's better review score, the UE65JU7000 (£1,449.00), or the UE60JU6450 both from Samsung or the Sony KD-65S8005 (£1,699.00).
2160p Video Mode
The 65UH770 supports a better video mode than most TVs of a comparable age and type to it. This LG TV supports a 2160p video mode, whereas most similar spec TVs that were released one year ago support a 1080p video mode.
A 2160p video mode is in fact the best supported video mode amongst all large TVs that came out around the same time as the 65UH770.
The worst supported video mode across comparable types of TV is 480i.
Features One Video App
The number of video apps featured on the LG 65UH770 is more than most TVs of a similar type and age to it. This LG TV features a NetFlix video app, which is the most frequently featured video app featured on comparable spec TVs that are a similar age to the 65UH770.
Supports One Analog Signal Format System
The 65UH770 has a greater number of analog signal format systems than most TVs of a similar spec and age to it. The most commonly supported analog signal format system is NTSC, but this analog signal format system is not supported by this television. The analog signal format systems PAL|PAL I|SECAM|SECAM B/G|SECAM D/K|SECAM L are also supported by this TV.
8 Reasons Against
User Reviews Are Average
This TV has an average user rating of 68% based on 8 user reviews.
Price Has Recently Increased by £100.17
In the last 39 days the price of the 65UH770 has increased by £100.17.
Not 3D Compatible
Most TVs of this age and spec are not 3D compatible. The 65UH770 is no exception to this as it too is not 3D compatible.
The 65UH770 does not have a built-in camera, although it is worth keeping in mind that most of the other televisions of this age and spec also do not have a built-in camera.
There are a number of alternative TVs which also have a built-in camera that you might also want to look at including the Samsung UE55HU8500 (£1,599.00) which also has a higher Rating.
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Not Cheap for a Television of a Similar Spec and Age
We thought that this TV looks expensive compared to other large TVs that were released more than a year ago. The cheapeast large TVs that were released more than a year ago that we found costs £212 and the most expensive costs £5,558.
Only Has Eight Smart Modes
The number of smart modes found on the 65UH770 is more than most TVs that have been available for more than a year. The most commonly found smart mode is Personal, but this smart mode is not found on this TV. The smart modes Cinema, Energy saving, Game, Photo, Sports, Standard, Vivid and Store are also found on this LG TV.
Does Not Feature OLED Technology
Like most of the other TVs of a comparable type and age to the 65UH770, the 65UH770 does not feature OLED technology.
We compared all the other TVs which also feature OLED technology to this television and we think the 55EG920 (£1,499.00), the 55EG960 (£2,245.98), or the 55EA870 (£1,799.00) all from LG which also has a higher Rating is also worth considering.
The weights of large TVs that have been on the market for a comparable time to the 65UH770 range from 1.8kg to 48kg, and the average weight is 20kg. With a weight of 27 kilograms, the LG 65UH770 is one of the heavier televisions of a comparable age and type to the 65UH770 amongst similar spec TVs of this age.
3 Other reasons to consider the LG 65UH770
Average Running Costs
The energy efficiency classification of this large TV is A+, and the 65UH770 is typical compared to the other 288 large TVs that have been around for more than a year that we have analysed for running costs. Based on average energy prices and usage levels, we estimate the 65UH770 will cost £170 over 5 years to run.
Released Over a Year Ago
It was over a year ago when LG released the 65UH770.
With a thickness of 56.3 millimeters, the 65UH770 has a fairly typical thickness compared to most of the other televisions of this age and spec.
If you are not bothered about having a thicker thickness then you might want to consider the 55LY960 (£1,414.77) (55.1mm), or the 55UF772 (£1,248.53) (56.7mm) both from LG or the Panasonic TX-55CXW684 (£1,302.75) (56mm) which also has a higher rating.
I have owned the 55 inch model for a couple of months and havehad a chance to get to know it's capabilities. I know some are some complaints regarding dark moving bands on dark scenes. This is a... Read more…
I haven't encountered local dimming issues with this model. I bought the 49" version. I have to say it wipes the floor with 2 other sets I bought ,but had to send back - Samsung & Panasonic, both... Read more…
Bought this television 2 weeks ago.
Been absolutely fantastic, 4K upscaling on HD content is incredible, the Web OS is amazingly intuitive and easy to use and I've had no issues whatsoever.
It was... Read more…
This isn't opinion, this is a serious design flaw. The TV has "local dimming" which turns off the backlight to reduce light bleed, but the "local dimming" zones are split into 5 vertical strips... Read more…
I bought this from Amazon less than 2 months ago. The picture has always been odd, but I put that down to it not using a 4K source. However, a couple of nights ago the screen went black with no... Read more…
I came perilously close to returning this set. I was blown away initially and then spotted that there was some kind of issue with the way dark scenes are handled. It resulted in two vertical black... Read more…
Havent purchased one, but am looking into buying one, just maybe waiting for the price to drop a bit, but this TV is definitely a fantastic product, I have several friends who own it and have no... Read more…
The zapper is poor; spongy often failing to communicate. A replacement was provided promptly as if it was a known problem, but it made no difference. Perhaps the response angle is too narrowly... Read more…
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