love this model !!!
My wife and I purchased two of these 75UN8570PUCs on Thanksgiving 2020 and they arrived in early December. WE LOVE THEM! The picture is fantastic. They are intuitive and easy to operate. The internal speaker sounds just fine to us for watching the news and most DIY programming. We bought a matching LG Blu-ray player for one of them in our finished room over garage which we use as a home theater, along with a 2014 Onkyo TX-NR626 7.2 receiver and new Monoprice Caliber in-wall speakers. (One day we'll upgrade to a 5.2.2 ATMOS system). We mounted the other TV above our family room fireplace. My two wishes: 1. I wish LG would publish the Bluetooth CODEC(s) for all their TVs. Why? Because I was initially keen to sync Bluetooth headphones directly with the TVs. There is no latency with my JLAB JBuds when in Movie Mode, but I cannot find any manufacturer with the identical Movie Mode. I ordered Monoprice over-ear headphones with aptX, but they are not compatible so I returned them. While we can order a Bluetooth transmitter, we've become less interested in doing so since realizing our home theater is isolated enough from the rest of the house that we really don't need headphones for isolation purposes. 2. I wish LG's eARC audio return were compatible with my 2014 Onkyo TX-NR626 receiver HDMI output. It isn't. Instead, I must use the optical output from the TV to the receiver. This works fine, however, the incompatibility issue makes for only one effective audio output from the TV, so even if I wanted to connect a Bluetooth transmitter to the TV, I can't, unless I were to find some type of optical output splitter. The other solution for me would be to run the headphones out of the receiver. But some folks might not have a receiver ... I imagine many people aren't all that keen to hook up headphones and a full-up surround sound audio system. So I bet it is likely most people don't care about my two wishes. For those who do, I hope this commentary helps in your shopping process. The only other consideration regarding the TVs is simply that if you want pure black during the credits of your movies, you'll likely need to upgrade to OLED, for A LOT MORE $$. We have no problem overlooking this issue. We rarely watch all the credits anyway, save for really good movies. We're not into gaming whatsoever, so we've got nothing to share with those who are. In conclusion, we are really happy with these TVs.