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LG 55SK9000PUA Pro's vs. Cons

I have searched high and low on AVS and can't find a thread that discusses this TV specifically. I have gone into BestBuy to see the TV off angle and it looks good. The colors pop and the clarity edge to edge seems spot on.



Are there any connectivity issues or calibration settings that the group could recommend for a new purchaser of this TV?



I'm looking at this TV and the comparable VIZIO P55-F1 series model. My pockets are not deep enough for OLED.

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I have this TV (55sk8500 in Europe) for use in living room.
Gaming, Film, Sports. It's a good TV.
Light bleeding is still visible and the local dimming is not fast but the picture Is very bright and the colour pop.
Pro: Wide viewer angle, good HDR, vibrant color, low input lag angle.
Cons: low contrast, FALD isn't reactive, the algorithm isn't fast enough.
This is a picture of the my TV in dark room with the youtube video "ball bouncing around the screen for 10 hours"


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I have this TV (55sk8500 in Europe) for use in living room.
Gaming, Film, Sports. It's a good TV.
Light bleeding is still visible and the local dimming is not fast but the picture Is very bright and the colour pop.
Pro: Wide viewer angle, good HDR, vibrant color, low input lag angle.
Cons: low contrast, FALD isn't reactive, the algorithm isn't fast enough.
This is a picture of the my TV in dark room with the youtube video "ball bouncing around the screen for 10 hours"


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What would be considered an acceptable FALD response?
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What would be considered an acceptable FALD response?
More dimming zones, at least 72.
Here's 36.
The dimming isn't reactive. Zones turning on/off too late (0,5 sec after).
Accetable: 0,1 sec.

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More dimming zones, at least 72.
Here's 36.
The dimming isn't reactive. Zones turning on/off too late (0,5 sec after).
Accetable: 0,1 sec.

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