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LG Electronics 65UB9800

 

LG  Write 10 bit Color but in the user guide Write support - 12 bit
But the web is registered only 10 bit

I did not know whether this screen 10 or 12 bit?

 

http://oi62.tinypic.com/214bbk5.jpg

 

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1028752-REG/lg_electronics_65ub9800_65_4k_led_smart.html#WhatsInTheBox

 

do the tv support 12 bit 4:2:2 

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With all due respect I am disappointed from Toshiba

3D models worldwide

 

The U.S. has become a third world type for Toshiba

No three-dimensional

 

It is very offensive

 

All excuses are a joke

Three dimensional costs pennies

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I just checked out this model today at the Video and Audio Center in Santa Monica. I have no idea if the TV was just horribly horribly configured or if the TV just sucks but it looked terrible. The colors were ridiculously over saturated, the upscaling was terrible and motion was stunningly bad. I have a 65" 4K Sony and I don't think I could purposely make it look as bad as that LG.

I was really hoping to be impressed by it as I wanted a new 79" flat panel 4K TV for my living room but it looks like I'll have to wait until next year as the sony comes with great big side speakers that are thick and permanently attached and the Samsung top of the line model has a curved screen.

I drove all the way down to that store just to look at and nothing else. I just wish I had put a nickel in the meter instead of a quarter as I was in and out of there in 1 minute.
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Quite often tv's in demo mode look terrible. It's really hard to accurately judge a tv in a show room.
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It's true but this had to be the worst demo unit I'd ever seen. Considering LG sold their entire first batch to that company (if rumors are true) you'd think they'd have someone calibrate it for them.
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Show room televisions are rarely calibrated. Too much time involved and surprisingly, a lot of folks don't like a calibrated tv, they'd rather fiddle the dials until they get what they like. Personally, I think they should have one new tv calibrated in a room somewhere and display a dedicated blu-ray movie or something that is not on shared distribution to show off the potential of the tv.
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Anyone see the screen  ?

do LG 65UB9800  support  x.v coloer ?

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Show room televisions are rarely calibrated. Too much time involved and surprisingly, a lot of folks don't like a calibrated tv, they'd rather fiddle the dials until they get what they like. Personally, I think they should have one new tv calibrated in a room somewhere and display a dedicated blu-ray movie or something that is not on shared distribution to show off the potential of the tv.

Plus, I assume that people messing with the dials all the time would undo the very expensive calibration work.
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http://www.ledsmarttvreviews.com/reviews/lg-65ub9800-review-premium-65-inch-4k-ultra-hd-3d-smart-led-tv/

 

Review  Not the best site but it gives a general idea  

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the picture that displayed on the screen of 65UB9800 is absolutely amazing. The black level looks very dark and the white peak looks very bright. Additionally, the picture also looks more details and color appears naturally and more vibrant. So it is undoubtedly if the picture that produced by LG 65UB9800 is the one of the best that ever.

 

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passive 3D technology. And the resulting, you will watch 3D picture with rich color, great contrast, and the amount of depth on the screen of 65UB9800. But at the wide viewing angle, the 3D picture seems a little dim and it is not as well as 2D contents. 

 

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The Pros

  • With IPS panel, the degradation color at wide viewing angle can be minimized
  • Tru-Ultra HD Engine Pro allows you to watch UHD picture quality from SD or HD video source
  • 3D glasses is cheap and widely available in the market
  • WebOS make the load in time of apps and selection apps faster and easily
  • HD Streaming is well not like last year models

The Cons

  • The price is not cheap
  • The contrast looks a little dim at side viewing angle in 3D mode
  • The finger gesture control has limited function

 

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Anyone know if passive 3D  in 65UB9800  is       3840 x 1080 or  1920 x 1080  ? 

I could not find a word in the user

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Sound Design by Harmon Kardon  What gives? Which space for?
 

  • Tru ULTRA HD Engine Pro  - This 4 cores like Samsung?
     
  • Just Scan (1:1 Pixel Matching) 0% OverScan HDMI, Component, RF: 1080i, 1080p, 720p  - why not 2160p ?

 

 

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Why  anyone answering  ?

There are not representatives of LG  ?

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Does it come indicate on the 9800 screen? It does not look good

LG 55UB950V 

2D Quality

 

7/10

 

3D Quality

 

6/10
 

http://www.trustedreviews.com/lg-55ub950v_TV_review#tr-review-summary

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Does it come indicate on the 9800 screen? It does not look good

LG 55UB950V 



2D Quality



 
7/10


 

3D Quality



 
6/10


 


http://www.trustedreviews.com/lg-55ub950v_TV_review#tr-review-summary

Maybe the saw it the same show room I did - or maybe the picture just sucks smile.gif
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LG 49UB850V 4K Ultra HD TV Review

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/49ub850v-201406033786.htm

 

"The LG 49UB850V is not only the worst 4K TV we’ve tested"

 

 

 

LG seems worse this year

I give up on 9800

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First of all Sorry about my bad English!
I had chance to make side by side test with LG65UB980 (European version) and 65HU8500 (Eurpoean version of HU9000) today. All Pure RGB test patterns and bright condition contrast levels seems even to me but when I tried Mark Widdrington Motion resolution test LG results almost worst results for an LCD I have seen ... Samsung was very close to perfect even I tried HU7500 (Flat one) it was even better... Its kind a torture test for tv's but IMHO LG can not pass even 300lines out of 1080 lines motion resolution tests . Also I tried 55UB970 (European version of 9700) better but not even close to Curved Samsung.
You can find this test video on youtube....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAKRghIfKJM
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You know Samsung UH 9000 is 8 bit color 

It does not sound serious

 

http://hdguru.com/4k-content-a-status-report/

 

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Netflix is that it’s supposedly not just about extra pixels—the company has stated that it will eventually support 60 fps streams along with 10-bit color

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