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Key Features

  • Active HDR
  • True Colour Accuracy
  • AI TV
  • Ultra Surround

Stock List


Listen. Think. Answer.


A New Standard of Definition.

A new depth of detail. ULTRA HD 4K resolution is four times that of Full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close. This level of detail is well suited to modern home entertainment, sports and gaming; the resulting images will redefine your viewing experience.


A vibrant and vivid picture
from any angle

Our latest Ultra HD innovation is built into the unique IPS 4K panel meaning your entertainment is viewable from any angle without distortion.

*The conventional mentioned in this content is based on the previous LG model.


More power to process

To support the advanced picture processing required for bright, sharp 4K images there are 4 cores of processing power available at the heart of this LG TV. A fast and powerful brain to make sure you have the best possible picture.


The Ultimate HDR 4K Picture

This advanced HDR technology can adapt to
a variety of HDR formats and provides scene
by scene image mastering, delivering pinpoint
picture reproduction. Active HDR is better HDR.

Learn more about 4K Active HDR


LG UHD TV treats images frame by frame with dynamic adjustments.
SDR contents can be reproduced to HDR like picture quality through this sensible processing.


Multi-channel bringing encapsulating sound effect

Great television deserves great audio. This sound technology creates virtual multi channels which produce the ultra surround effect.


Masterfully modern design.

A stylish frame is wrapped around your television Complimented by an elegant sweeping stand. This sleek design adds a touch of real class to any living room.


Richer Sound for Your TV

AI TV (Artificial Intelligence)
Smart TV
Additional Feature
Broadcasting System
Weight (Kg)
Dimensions - WxHxD (mm)

What People Are Saying

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cracked when hardly moved Cracked screen after moving out to clean . Very disappointed
Date published: 2019-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent value for money I bought this instead of an OLED for two reasons. 1) Its price is way cheaper 2) its located in a sunny room which suits a backlit LED better so I'm informed on 'expert' websites. I have two issues. 1) It only has 3 HDMIs 2) HDMI 3 is located in an awkward location and is blocked off by a cross member from the wall mount. I've bought a L-connector which i hope will solve the problem.
Date published: 2019-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For The Price, Exceptional I'm currently running this TV now as a replacement for my old Panasonic 58" Plasma... and bought at £999 delivered on 6th January 2019... and it's spot on for the money (infact incredible value for money) BUT and this is a big BUT... you really have to turn all the processing off and spend literally hours configuring it to get the best out of it. I've spent 4 hours already tweaking to a point that I'm happy with the pictures on all 3 inputs... however I now want to run it through my 4k disc and tweak on top of that. The DNR and motion control functions as is the case with lots of 4k TV's basically make everything look false and IMHO, appalling like when I watched The Hobbit in 60fps at cinema. Films lose all their film like qualities... so turn all of that processing off. Incredibly as well, I'm finding to get the best 4k picture I'm using VIVID and then detuning... which is a first for me as VIVID is appalling BUT it enables the 100% backlight feature which I need to get the HDR pictures I want, the other options don't enable this... so, I enabled VIVID then work backwards to tone everything down and I'm not 4 hours of tweaking at a point that I'm 90% happy with now. As for the picture quality, SKYQ and their so called SKY HD films look poor now... they really do and really just shows how bad their bandwidth is and quality of their programs. I slap the same film on bluray and it looks sensational. 4k looks stunning through my Panny 4k player and SkyQ's UHD films and programs; Greatest Showman, Fortitude and TinStar all look superb and lovely colour palette. Down sides? Yeah, a couple but for the price you can't complain lets be honest... I'd say that every now and then I see a lighting changes in the background... it's ohhh so slight, but on certain things you see the TV change the brightness in a split second... like I say it's rare but it is there... as I've never owned an LED/LCD because of things like this, maybe I pick up on them more? Or it's the sheer size of the screen... SO IN SUMMARY: PROS: 1. Price, at £999 it really cannot be beaten for 75" 2. Looks nice, nice slim bezel and decent if not premium build quality. 3. HDR is really surprisingly good, a lot better than I expected from a budget panel. There really are scenes that borderline blind you in their brightness and little expense to the darker areas of the picture... (although you do have to tweak settings correctly) 4. Plenty of colour and the reds look like reds and blues are stunning... i.e. looking at snow scenes the whites are beautifully rendered with those blues you get with a cooler image setting looking sensational. 5. LG seem spot on with firmware upgrades, mine had one on the first evening CONS: 1. Could've done with more than 3 HDMI inputs i.e. 4 2. Ever so slight lighting anomalies now and again... doesn't really detract from the film etc. 3. Remote, flimsy and layout is dreadful especially when using Netflix and Amazon and controlling play/rewind etc... you need tiny fingers... 4. The processing additions as per usual are dreadful, turn off DNR and Motion Control on all inputs and you'll start seeing a cracking picture. 4. Turning the Sharpness function past 30 brings in all sorts of problems and grain so ensure that you keep below 30, I'm currently set to 29 for 4k and 25 for 1080p inputs. EDIT: I've now spent an additional few hours setting mine up. All I can say is the picture with the 4k Player is stunning... I'm watching Planet Earth 2 now after configuring the system with my own eyes, tweaking with a THX and then finish off with the DVS/HDR10 config stuff. Then a final tweak with my own eyes again and I'm there... for £999 I'm not flabbergasted that the picture especially with HDR pictures is this good... After tweaking I started Planet Earth 2 on Netflix... and that looked very good indeed, then thought hold on get the thing on 4k disc loaded and it was like night and day... Whatever you do guys, TURN ECO mode off, use standard and tweak settings. Turn all motion control and DNR off... absolute bargain of a TV. Just put some time and effort in! Only downside is, I'd say if anything is lacking, the black levels could do with a notch lower... but hey... it's not OLED
Date published: 2019-01-14
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