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We’re checking out some choice examples of LG’s 2017 4K TV lineup; we’re going to start with an entry level 4K TV, work our way up to a super UHD TV, then move on to a super UHD TV, and explain what that means, then finish it off with a stunning OLED TV.
First up is LG’s UJ6300 series, the gateway to LG’s 4K TV lineup. As far as entry-level TVs go, this TV is toward the top of the pack, with slightly above average performance. HDR performance brings noticeably better, brighter picture quality, but you’ll find that in dark rooms, your blacks will look sort of gray. There’s three HDMI inputs on the back, and LG’s WebOS system remains one of our favorite, but does not carry LG’s magic motion remote. Gamers will also love this TV, with the UJ6300 carrying low input lag.
Next, is the LG UJ7700, and it ‘s one step up from the UJ6300, whose local dimming we wish could have been better, but does have LG’s Magic Motion remote, superior HDR performance that the UJ6300, and more attractive design. Again, you’ll find extremely low input lag in game mode.
From the Super UHD Line, we have the LG SJ8500, and gets its “super” name from nano cell technology, which attempts to increase brightness and expand the color gamut so you get a wider array of colors. But with all those improved aspects about the SJ8500, you won’t find a huge increase of quality in the local dimming and black levels. But, in a well lit room, this shouldn’t bother you much, and with a low input lag, blur, and super smooth motion, this TV is also great for watching sports or playing games.
Finally, we have the LG E7 and C7 OLED TV, the flagships of LG’s OLED TVs, which have some design differences, but produce the same picture. We are happy to say that these TVs produce the best picture quality we have ever seen in a TV. If you’re looking for a premium TV, there’s no beating LG’s OLED line.
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