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How do you check for a software update? I have a smashing curved sound bar, what do I have to do to set this up? I've tried every setting and can't seem to get it. I am connecting the sound bar via hdmi. Also what are the best settings for gaming?
The tv auto searches for an update once wifi is configured, otherwise you can update manually. Settings/general/about this tv.

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My personal settings for gaming is
standard
OLED light - 80
Contrast - 95
Brightness - 45 (might have to raise a tad for some really dark black crush)
Sharpness - 0
Color - 55
Temp - W1
Dynamic Contrast - Medium
Gamma - Medium
Black level - low
all image processing off
Is lag improved with those settings?
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Is lag improved with those settings?
you mean input lag? No I just set it there because I like the saturated look of it. I have had no problems with noticing input lag. It's supposed to be about 50ms no matter what mode you set it in.

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Chris who do you think is the better option? (not so much deal but better service). LG or ST? I was impressed LG had a tech by the next day when I complained about something.
LG's ext. warranty plans are contracted out, so the manuf. warranty service you received may have no correlation with what happens outside of 1 year.
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LG's ext. warranty plans are contracted out, so the manuf. warranty service you received may have no correlation with what happens outside of 1 year.
Ok thanks. I am still deciding I still have time for the ST but either of those is way better than throwing money at best buy. No more. Heck I could almost buy that 49KS8500 I have my eye on for best buy's geek squad warranty price for 5 years.

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Got my 55EG9600 from AWD today and it was a UB model . Box was pretty banged up but the tv inside was brand new and flawless..pretty sweet for $1175.
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Is lag improved with those settings?
you mean input lag? No I just set it there because I like the saturated look of it. I have had no problems with noticing input lag. It's supposed to be about 50ms no matter what mode you set it in.
Gotcha ok. The input lag seemed a lot better when I switched the picture mode to game from standard.
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What do you guys think, does it look good or tacky with the LED light strips attached to the back of the TV? (Not my TV, just giving an idea of what it'd look like. And yes, can put any color I want.)
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I just purchased my tv today and did the latest software update. Is there a reason Netflix and Amazon don't show HDR?
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What do you guys think, does it look good or tacky with the LED light strips attached to the back of the TV? (Not my TV, just giving an idea of what it'd look like. And yes, can put any color I want.)
I have bias lighting on my ST60 plasma, I only have the top back of the tv not all the way around. Looks pretty cool, everyone that comes over comments how nice/cool it looks.

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What do you guys think, does it look good or tacky with the LED light strips attached to the back of the TV? (Not my TV, just giving an idea of what it'd look like. And yes, can put any color I want.)
it looks cool, but you have an OLED now. Absolute blacks. What the hell you need bias lighting for?

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It looks cool, but you have an OLED now. Absolute blacks. What the hell you need bias lighting for?
Agreed although I didn't need it for my plasma either, it was for pure cool factor only. When having a party, playing music with xbmc (kodi) gives it a nice touch.

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Ok thanks. I am still deciding I still have time for the ST but either of those is way better than throwing money at best buy. No more. Heck I could almost buy that 49KS8500 I have my eye on for best buy's geek squad warranty price for 5 years.
BB warranties where better at one time because if your item failed they gave a 100% credit...Those days are over. There policies just cost to much. Buying an extended warranty is like picking auto insurance. All decent. Nothing to rave about.


Costco used to have a unlimited return policy on electronics, no time frame, never herd of such a thing. Those days are over too.
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BB warranties where better at one time because if your item failed they gave a 100% credit...Those days are over. There policies just cost to much. Buying an extended warranty is like picking auto insurance. All decent. Nothing to rave about.


Costco used to have a unlimited return policy on electronics, no time frame, never herd of such a thing. Those days are over too.
Yeah the first TV I got the full $2400 back, and even got a tad of the policy price back. This last time after only 16 months I only got $1800 out of $2400 tv purchase price. At least I got $360 back out of the $500. But now their policies are in the $700+ range for $3k tvs at 5 years. At one time I made out pretty well, but now I'm happy to go with LG or ST.

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I have bias lighting on my ST60 plasma, I only have the top back of the tv not all the way around. Looks pretty cool, everyone that comes over comments how nice/cool it looks.
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it looks cool, but you have an OLED now. Absolute blacks. What the hell you need bias lighting for?
Pretty much just for looks.
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I get it, I remember when first finding out about bias lighting. I love the fact that I don't ever have to worry about them. Oh I love owning an OLED.

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So I tried out some basic calibration settings found out there on the web and they don't seem to be working out too well for me. I realize every set will be slightly different, but I was expecting something with a little more pop than the standard built in settings.

Is it just me or does calibrating TV's make the picture look more dull? I've never liked the picture to be on the warm side and it also seems very dark overall.
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So I tried out some basic calibration settings found out there on the web and they don't seem to be working out too well for me. I realize every set will be slightly different, but I was expecting something with a little more pop than the standard built in settings.

Is it just me or does calibrating TV's make the picture look more dull? I've never liked the picture to be on the warm side and it also seems very dark overall.
First off, how many hours are on the TV? It takes a couple hundred for these to break in. Also what are your settings?

Calibrated settings are meant to look dull. They are meant to look "pure" and "normal". Personally, I don't want that on my fancy new expensive 4K OLED, or LED. I want some pop and oversaturation.

Go to this website and download the LG Chess and LG Chicago demo onto a USB and play it on your TV
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Set your TV to standard mode. Backlight 100, Contrast 100, Brightness 45, Dynamic contrast high, Gamma medium, black level low. You should see some pop. If you are happy, continue to make small adjustments back to not as high backlight, not as high dynamic contrast, until you get a picture that is to your liking. Personally I keep those settings, only difference is I just have dynamic contrast medium and backlight to 80. I like the saturation of the picture that way.
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it looks cool, but you have an OLED now. Absolute blacks. What the hell you need bias lighting for?
I've used bias lighting again for a few months and it seems to reduce eye strain and I recommend it (I haven't used it again until recently because there were few ways to fit lights behind my display). I bought a cheap string of LED lights that can be dimmed and even change colors via remote. Adjusting the light output depending upon the room light level is really the smarter way to do it. I've read about back-lighting displays maybe 15, maybe more, years ago and I think there are several advantages although I can't remember all of them now.

On my 65EG9600 I personally perceive a much more pleasant viewing experience as I really do experience no eye strain when the room is dark, obviously mostly at night. I'm sure a lot of this is totally subjective but I have to say I don't watch the set without backlighting now because it just doesn't seem right. If interested, you could try throwing a small lamp behind the screen and see what you think. If there isn't room for a lamp, I suppose you could invest in a cheap set of string lights for the trial. I actually keep mine kind of bright but, as I recall, it's supposed to be more of a "glow" type of lighting.

Anyway, I think it may be worth trying if you haven't before.
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I've used bias lighting again for a few months and it seems to reduce eye strain and I recommend it (I haven't used it again until recently because there were few ways to fit lights behind my display). I bought a cheap string of LED lights that can be dimmed and even change colors via remote. Adjusting the light output depending upon the room light level is really the smarter way to do it. I've read about back-lighting displays maybe 15, maybe more, years ago and I think there are several advantages although I can't remember all of them now.

On my 65EG9600 I personally perceive a much more pleasant viewing experience as I really do experience no eye strain when the room is dark, obviously mostly at night. I'm sure a lot of this is totally subjective but I have to say I don't watch the set without backlighting now because it just doesn't seem right. If interested, you could try throwing a small lamp behind the screen and see what you think. If there isn't room for a lamp, I suppose you could invest in a cheap set of string lights for the trial. I actually keep mine kind of bright but, as I recall, it's supposed to be more of a "glow" type of lighting.

Anyway, I think it may be worth trying if you haven't before.

Ambient light setups have advantages even when using OLED. The pundits are spewing subjectivity.
I have a Philips ambient light setup behind my 65EG9600 and it's works nicely for many viewing scenarios.


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Does my panel look ok? On the left side of the screen there is a yellow tint, when you closer to the middle it's more of a blue tint, and then to the right side the blue tint goes away. I have my pictures settings on the TV set to standard with the color tone to warm 10, and Oled light to 65. When watching the set, their are times that it'll have a slight gray tint to the picture.
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Standard setting is not an optimum setting to use. ISF or cinema will give you a more accurate picture. But than again whatever looks best to people eyes is what they should use.

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Standard setting is not an optimum setting to use. ISF or cinema will give you a more accurate picture. But than again whatever looks best to people eyes is what they should use.
Yeah that's what I've read. To me it just don't look very crisp at all. That is looses detail.
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Yeah that's what I've read. To me it just don't look very crisp at all. That is looses detail.
Everybody has different views, I don't think it looses detail whatsoever, on the contrary I think it gives a very crisp clear picture, with brilliant colours.

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LG's ext. warranty plans are contracted out, so the manuf. warranty service you received may have no correlation with what happens outside of 1 year.
All warranties are subbed including the original 1 year warranty. Sure you may be in a area where a manufacturers' employee actually shows up, but in other areas it is subbed out to a local repair center to people who are authorized to work on said product. Who cares as long as it is fixed and fixed right
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I use the "GAME" setting and think its perfect.

Everyone that sees my TV ends up going home shortly after to change their underwear.
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Ugh. Got my tv from Amazon Warehouse deals a few days ago. Everything was fine at first, but just noticed a thin vertical line developed on the left hand side of the screen. They don't do replacements, so I have to return for a refund. Very disappointed as I used the 20% coupon they had going last week.
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Ugh. Got my tv from Amazon Warehouse deals a few days ago. Everything was fine at first, but just noticed a thin vertical line developed on the left hand side of the screen. They don't do replacements, so I have to return for a refund. Very disappointed as I used the 20% coupon they had going last week.
why not have lg replace the panel under warranty ? You wont find another at that awesome price.
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why not have lg replace the panel under warranty ? You wont find another at that awesome price.
That would awesome if possible. Would LG cover me even though I purchased through Warehouse deals?
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That would awesome if possible. Would LG cover me even though I purchased through Warehouse deals?
They will not ask, just what the serial number is. If they do, just say got it from amazon. They do not ask for receipt or anything.
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