|Item Weight||110.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||66.2 x 13.4 x 40.2 inches|
|Item model number||75SJ8570|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
LG Electronics 75SJ8570 75-Inch 4K Smart LED TV (2017 Model)
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- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 66.2" x 37.8" x 2.2", TV with stand: 66.2" x 40.2" x 13.4"
- Smart functionality gives you access to your favorite apps and content using webOS 3.5. CONNECTIVITY : Wi-Fi® Built In 802.11ac
- Pairs 4K Ultra HD picture clarity with the contrast, color, and detail of High Dynamic Range (HDR) for the most lifelike picture
- Full-array LED backlighting and local dimming produces excellent picture quality
- TruMotion 240 (Refresh Rate 120Hz) allows fast moving action scenes to be seen with virtually no motion blur
- Inputs: 4 HDMI, 3 USB, 1 RF, 1 Composite, Component Shared w/ Composite, 1 Ethernet, 1 Optical, 1 RS232C (Mini Jack). Smart TV Operating System-webOS 3.5
- Recommended sound bars: SJ7, SJ8, and SJ9
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From the manufacturer
Colors like you’ve never seen
With over a billion rich colors, LG Super UHD TV delivers lifelike picture quality with smoother, more subtle and more precise gradations.
Super UHD Cinematic Experience
LG Super UHD TVs deliver an experience that rivals the local theater. webOS streams the finest entertainment in just a few clicks, looking bold and rich thanks to Active HDR with Dolby Vision. And the premium Harman Kardon audio system fills the room with deep, nuanced sound.
Enjoy The Most HDR Content
From brilliant brights to deepest darks, LG Super UHD TV offers the ultimate expression of high dynamic range. Unlike some other 4K televisions, LG Super UHD TVs support Dolby Vision, optimizing the picture scene-by-scene, as well as the new backward-compatible HLG HDR standard so viewers get more options for premium content.
The compatibility for HDR playback may vary by the format and country.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Dolby Vision is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories.
webOS 3.5 Smart TV
webOS brings together all of the most popular streaming video apps, including Netflix, brought to life in 4K, HDR or enhanced with HDR Effect. And webOS gives you access to more than 70 free premium Internet channels through the LG Channel Plus app.
Please check with content providers for required bandwidth to stream videos. Smart service on product is subject to change. Some apps that appear on the screen image may not be preinstalled; internet connection is required for download.
Channel the Internet
Get 100 free IP channels including Got Talent Global, Outside TV Shorts, Just for Laughs, and more integrated right into the television. Discover premium new entertainment, sports and lifestyle programming or enjoy old favorites any time.
Available on 4K UHD TVs. Please check with content providers for required bandwidth to stream video.
Introducing A La Carte TV, the only live TV service that lets you personalize your channel lineup and save. Customize with your favorite extras like Sports, Comedy, Kids, News, Hollywood, Lifestyle and more. Watch 7 Days Free! Restrictions apply.
Gorgeous Picture No Matter How You Look At It
From the front or from the side, every seat in the TV room gets a clear, vibrant picture without washed out tones. Thanks to IPS technology, LG Super UHD TVs ensure any view is a great one, not just those front and center.
Recommended Sound Bars: SJ7, SJ8 and SJ9
Set up your home theater without fuss with the range of wireless and Bluetooth connectivity-enabled sound bars that are not only beautiful in design, but offer encapsulating surround sound for perfect movie audio.
|Screen Size Class/Display Type||55" 65" / Nano Cell Display||65" / Nano Cell Display||75" / IPS 4K Display||86" / IPS 4K Display|
|Design||Floating Screen Design||Ultra Slim Floating Screen Design||Minimal Design||Minimal Design|
|Billion Rich Colors||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Wide Color Gamut||Yes||Advanced||Yes||Yes|
|HDR||Active HDR with Dolby Vision + HDR10 + HLG||Active HDR with Dolby Vision + HDR10 + HLG||Active HDR with Dolby Vision + HDR10 + HLG||Active HDR with Dolby Vision + HDR10 + HLG|
|Smart TV/Magic Remote Included||Yes with webOS 3.5 / Yes||Yes with webOS 3.5 / Yes||Yes with webOS 3.5 / Yes||Yes with webOS 3.5 / Yes|
|Number of USB Ports/HDMI Ports||3/4 (HDCP 2.2)||3/4 (HDCP 2.2)||3/4 (HDCP 2.2)||3/4 (HDCP 2.2)|
|Audio||Sound Designed by Harman Kardon 2.2 Ch. 40W (20W Woofer)||Sound Designed by Harman Kardon 2.2 Ch. 40W (20W Woofer)||Sound Designed by Harman Kardon 4.2 Ch. 60W (20W Woofer)||Sound Designed by Harman Kardon 5.2 Ch. 80W (30W Woofer)|
Boasting support for Active HDR + Dolby Vision, this LG Super UHD TV can display over a billion rich colors on a 75-inch-class screen in stunning 4K Ultra HD, straight-on or off-angle. Dolby, Dolby Vision and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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I’ve always liked the good blacks that Panasonic plasmas produce. Various reviews of LG’s IPS panels had scared me before buying this TV .. especially regarding the blacks. However, after tinkering with the set a bit, I was able to adjust Gamma and Black Level to a pretty satisfactory level. I’ve not tried an OLED, but I’m pretty happy with where the black levels have landed for this TV. The other LG/LED/IPS drawbacks pointed were backlight bleed, uneven screen brightness and dark corners. Thankfully, I have not been able to observe those on this set yet … at least not at a level where these become a concern. (I'm posting a picture of a bright image with all four sides with black bars. The bands looked pretty black with no discernible glowing/bleeding ... The slight bluish tinge on the black bars in the image is more of an iPhone camera artifact versus actually visible in reality). However, I know this type of stuff can vary quite a bit across sets even for the same model.
After some basic settings (switching off Energy Saving, Power Saving, Store Mode etc.), the TV looked gorgeous. It directly plays 4k videos from YouTube, and Dolby Vision and HDR videos from Netflix. Those of course look great, but what impressed me was the upscaling of 720p and 1080i OTA content from various network channels like NBC etc.
I can totally see why some folks will be disappointed by this TV as it offers a very wide range of settings, and until you adjust those to your liking, it may not look good. The biggest decision that you have to make is whether you want “natural” looking picture or “pop”. (Pop is mostly a function of contrast and when folks see TVs in the store .. depending upon the pop may categorize the TV as beautiful or dull). The key setting that you have to I have to play with is “Dynamic Contrast”. Enthusiasts will tell you to switch it off (along with all other artificial enhancements) since it messes with the natural look of the picture. However, if you like picture with pop, you may want to choose medium or at least low dynamic contrast versus off. Below are my settings along with some comments. (I agree with the experts around switching off various artificial enhancements … except for Dynamic Contrast since I do like the picture to pop a bit – and trust my eyes on what looks better).
Picture Mode Settings: Standard (User)
Energy Saving: Off (If not off, this will make the picture dull automatically)
Eye Comfort: Off
Sharpness: 20 (Observed that sharpness above 25 starts to introduced artifacts)
Color Temperature: C20
Dynamic Contrast: Medium (Can adjust to low if picture is too shiny/oversaturated. This adds pop/shine e.g. adding “make-up” to faces making them more pink, saturating colors making landscapes a bit more colorful etc. The dynamic contrast has been implemented well in this TV as it does not crush the details/shadows like some older TVs used to)
Dynamic Color: Medium (Does not have much impact … just noticed once changing maroon dress of a newsreader into brighter red)
Color Gamut: Wide
Super Resolution: Off (Supposedly it can help content less than 1080p by enhancing sharpness via some dynamic post processing but I just couldn’t tell the difference)
Gamma: High1 (This is for the darkest blacks – all other gamma options lead to more of a greyish black versus true black)
Noise Reduction: Off
MPEG Noise Reduction: Off
Black Level: Low (For darkest black)
Real Cinema: On (Greyed)
Motion Eye Care: Off
LED Local Dimming: Medium
True Motion: User (De-Judder: 0; De-Blur: 10) (Hard to see the difference across various options but just followed expert opinion on avsforum etc.)
Power Saving (HDD Power Saving Mode): Off
Home/Store Mode: Home Mode
Each set is different – so the above settings may not apply to you. Also, your liking may be different than mine. Furthermore, most of my normal (Network TV) watching happens via Windows Media Center with TV tuner. So my video card (AMD) may impact the source picture a bit as well, and depending upon how much pre-processing your source is doing, you may have to adjust the TV settings accordingly. Though, in general, I’ve found that these settings to work okay even if the source is my Blu-Ray player, xBox or Wii U. I do change these settings once in a while depending upon the broadcast (some shows/games are way too bright/dark/shiny … so have to tweak things accordingly)
Overall, I’m very happy with the TV. It’s joy to watch, and looks really nice on the wall. The thin bezel has a white outline which somehow makes the bezel look even more thin and sleek. The magic remote provided is pretty impressive with pointer functionality. However, I rarely use it since prefer my harmony elite given my other devices/lights and Alexa compatibility. (Though I really wish Logitech will add pointer capability to its remote … but that a review for another time). Another nice to have is Harman Kardon speakers, but I’m sure most folks use external speakers with a set of this size. It has both ARC and optical cable for sound output (I use ARC via the input HDMI to pass through sound to my 5.1 receiver).
As you can see from my posted photos, the picture from side angles looks equally good. This is important for me as many times we sit on the side couches or on the floor. Also, the room has a lot of windows – and during the day when the sun is out, I’m so glad I got rid of my Plasma .. it was practically unwatchable in daylight. Now I just hope this TV will last for a few years until OLEDs become a norm and much cheaper – so I’ve bought extended warranty via squaretrade just to be safe.
One of the cons of this TV is the absence of 3D. It’s not a deal breaker as I have a projector that I can view 3D content on (which I only do occasionally). Anyway, most brands/models this year have dropped 3D – so relatively not a disadvantage for LG. Another thing I wish this TV had is a continuous scale for Dynamic Contrast .. say 0 to 100 like many other settings. It only has Off, Low, Medium and High. The Low is too low and the Medium sometimes becomes a bit over-saturated. It would be nice to be able to do something in the middle. I am though able to compensate for this by tweaking other settings e.g. contrast, color etc. Finally, I wish the screen was slightly more anti-reflective. (I’ve heard the nano cell technology in some of the other 2017 LG models helps in this area). The reflection of room lights is visible especially in dark scenes. I had to change the set-up of my lights so that the lamps no longer face the TV (I switch off the fan light and instead use light fixtures). The other couple of cons are more relative versus competition e.g. this TV is heavier than its counterparts from Samsung, and finally it will be unfair to not mention that OLED TVs are supposedly better in Color Rendition / Accuracy, Black Level/Contrast and Screen Uniformity ... but you have to pay quite a bit more for the ‘upgrade’ which I do not know if it’s worth it.
Here are my picture setup:
Picture Mode: Standard
Aspect Ratio: 16:09
Energy Saving: off
Noise Reduction: off
MPEG Noise Reduction: off
Black Level: Auto
LED Local Dimming: off
Real Cinema: on
Motion Eye Care: off
Dynamic Contrast: off
Super Resolution: off
Color Gamut: Wide
Dynamic Color: Med
Gamma: Hight1 (for highest black level)
Color Temperature: C20
Smart Picture Mode: off
Eye Comfort Mode: off
The picture quality is insane, though content can be hard to find. Netflix 4K content didn't blow me away, but then I fired up the TV's YouTube app, searched for 4K HDR videos and was giggling like a schoolboy at how good it looked.
I've paired it with an Apple TV 4K: the Dolby Vision output makes everything look stunning. I tried several of the picture modes and settled on the Dolby Vision Cinema Home option as it seems to make all content look more movie-like. The color palette shifts in a way rather like the difference between watching a Star Trek movie and a Star Trek TV episode. The Standard mode is a little too vivid/soap opera-like for me, but YMMV.
I have it wall-mounted, which looks great, but beware this thing is HEAVY. Whereas I could pretty comfortably mount/unmount my previous Samsung 65" on my own, I wouldn't have a chance with this one (not to mention not having the armspan to pick up it). So, find or make a friend to give you a hand; even if you don't wall mount it you'll almost certainly need help even installing the stand and lifting it into position.