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Yes, it has 1 HDMI 2.0 Input See this text on the page -- Inputs: 1 HDMI 2.0, 3 HDMI 1.4 (click on 'view more technical details'). Yes, it meets the new codec requirement for 4K streaming See this text on page "4K video uses HEVC, and so the built-in HEVC decoder on this LG ULTRA HD television makes it ready to display 4K content."
HDMI 1.4 is 4K @ 30Hz (has 3 of them), HDMI 2.0 is 4K @ 60Hz (has one of them), but the 120Hz thing is the TV's refresh rate, not the input from the HDMI.
I just bought this TV and there is reflection like you would see on a LCD. Is that LED technology or did I get a wrong item? Jul 24, 2014
LCD and LED tech are two different things. LED is a BACKLIGHT technology. LCD is a display technology. The backlight shines through the LCD layer. LED tech is a lower power usage than CCT tech (Cold Cathode Tube) or Florescent Tube Tech. What you are seeing is the effect of a GLOSSY set vs a MATTE set. GLOSSY is a very smooth glass like screen look. It improves blacks, however it also increases reflection. Matte being a rougher texture on the screen itself negates most of the reflection but also reduces black depth.
What is the story with HDMI Port 3 and needing to be deep color for it to work, I am confused about this, Thanks! Feb 4, 2015
HDMI port 3 will always work, just like any other HDMI Port, you don't have to worry about it being a strange port, aside from whatever it may say "In your owners manual". I have been told by others that the tv has been updated to where all ports are 4k capable. But in my own personal owners manual, it says that on my tv, the only HDMI port capable of 4k is port 3. Now, when the person said to me that all ports were now 4k capable, he did so by saying that the tv he got was an American version or model number, but when I got mine, it had some added characters which to me suggest I was sent a foreign model when I ordered mine from Amazon, and not the US model. I think my model numbers end in AU, so I don't want to have to find the book at the moment, but regardless, HDMI port 3 in the owners manual "I" got said that it was the 4k port. I know I use it myself for 4k on my PC. I don't use a small Monitor for my pc, just my tv, and everything I do is from the TV, so it was simply easier to use this port, knowing it was the fastest port, whether or not it was 4k capable, because I would prefer the highest FPS from the Pc, vs the 30FPS that may be possible on the slower ports, if they in fact are slower. So don't worry, the tv is great, and the 3d is some of the best I've ever seen. The tv can manage your pc gaming, you won't need a small monitor anymore. If your worried about anything, don't. A great TV:) From an avid gamer, and lover of Movies in 3d, this is a fantastic model television.
I want to know if the shippig weight of 144 pounds it is correct? other similar brands TVs weigh a half. Nov 17, 2014
No, Approx 80 Pounds/38Kg.
What TV Mount Kit would be ideal for this TV? I have never mounted a TV before, are there certain requirements I need to look for? Length, weight? Feb 17, 2015
It's vesa 400x400. All the HDMI ports are flush with the TV so you can go as slim as you want with the mount and get it pretty close to the wall.
From what I understand comcast only deliveres a refresh rate of 60hz. The tv up converts it to 120 so we are getting the 120 refresh rate of 120.
on the 55" model can anyone tell me the width of the stand, one stand to the other? (not the width of the tv) Nov 10, 2014
the with of the stand is 45" that is end to end.