LG Electronics 65UK6300PUE 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV (2018 Model)

This LG 4K TV supports premium content choices, plus LG ThinQ AI, LG Sound Sync, with a immersive rich Ultra Surround sound. A Slim Unibody design that surrounds 4K screen with a barely-there bezel on all four sides.

Product Features

  • Dimensions (Wx H x D): TV without stand 57.8″ x 33.6″ x 3.5″, TV with stand: 57.8″ x 36.1″ x 10.6″
  • Smart functionality gives you access to your favorite apps and content using LG ThinQ AI which is compatible with Amazon Alexa (sold separately) Connectivity Wi-Fi Built In 802.11ac
  • The multi-format 4K high dynamic range (HDR) support includes HDR10, both with lg’s advanced tone Mapping technology that provides scene-by-scene optimization
  • The IPS technology in LG TV uses in-plane switching to deliver rich colors and a strong contrast Ratio that remain Consistent at wide viewing angles
  • Inputs: 3 HDMI, 2 USB, 1 RF, 1 Composite in shared with component, 1 Ethernet, 1 Optical and Audio Return Channel Support via HDMI. Smart TV Operating System: LG ThinQ AI

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3 thoughts on “LG Electronics 65UK6300PUE 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV (2018 Model)”

  1. Impressed Just set it up yesterday and so far so good. I am coming from a Samsung and just didn’t want to spend a lot. Like other reviewers said, the legs aren’t the best. I wouldn’t want them for a larger heavier model. I do intend to mount it on the wall in the future but I think it would do fine on the legs. I like the settings menu, it jumps out from the side. You have several presets and can adjust all the usual settings: brightness etc. the sound is great, 10 is too loud. Pretty light as expected…

  2. Love this TV! This is a great TV for the money. It has a great piture and lots of features. Keep in mind this is not an OLED TV so it doesn’t have the best contrast or super deep blacks like all LED/LCD screens. If you set up the picture settings correctly you will have a great picture. There are lots of videos and articles that explain how to do this online. You also have to be using the correct cables. You can’t use regular old HDMI cables. You have to use cables that support the latest and greatest…

  3. The TV looked good, but died on the second day. LG support is lacking. I purchased this TV as well as an LG soundbar and 4K Blu-ray player to replace a six year old LG plasma 60″ TV that is dying. The TV looks good and was easy to set up including connection to the soundbar. I liked the features, ease of use, picture and user interface and app improvements compared to my old LG. The mounts for tabletop use work, but they are quite minimal. Sadly, this TV started having problems on the second day starting with purple vertical bars on the screen that progressed…

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