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Summary: This TV is awesome! The only problem with it is the fact that is doesn't have HDMI 2.0 which is necessary for almost all 4k content. If you live in certain areas you can pay $500 to upgrade, but only in certain places does LG have trained technicians. Other than that a great TV!
Will Never Buy LG Again (They lie through their teeth)
Jason B., Amazon
7 October 2014
Summary: Bought this with understanding it would be up-gradable to HDMI 2.0. As you can see here in this article John Taylor promised there would be a solution for early adopters...like me: http://www.cnet.com/news/hdmi-2-0-upgrade-path-where-do-the-manufacturers-stand/ "In the meantime, we are reassuring the early-adopter consumers who have purchased LG's first-generation Ultra HD TVs that we'll have a solution to handle 60Hz 4K content in the future.
Summary: Had the TV for almost a year now so thought it was time for a review. The screen still looks big, even after looking at it for a year. Still works like new. My biggest gripe is the remote, you have to shake it to activate it and then scroll left to right, and up and down to get the control to point correctly. I was expecting 3D effects like in the theaters, but it is not nearly as powerful. I would buy again, but not if my primary purpose was for 3D.
But the deal of getting something worth $20K for $6K was just too good to pass up
27 August 2014
Summary: Well I just got my new LG 84LM9600 TV and it is awe inspiring. For one thing owning a $20K TV is something I never would have imagined no matter how much money I had. It just seems wrong. But the deal of getting something worth $20K for $6K was just too good to pass up. I’m still in wonderment about the market forces that permit this to be. Particularly since I see Sears and others still has this TV listed for over $20k and LG’s site continues to show an MSRP of $19K.
Summary: Excellent HD picture, Excellent Blu-ray 3D picture, very good 2D to 3D. Sound is very good. Do not like the remote. No analog outputs at all. Cannot go back and forth between channels. No channel direct select. Maybe they will up grade the software and offer a direct access remote for an accessory option. I would like that.
Summary: The second I saw this beauty on Amazon I knew I had to have it. I mean I only have to take out another mortgage on the house to afford it, but what's another 20 years worth of debt? Sadly my wife disagrees and after purchasing the item she insisted that I returned it. Unfortunately I had misplaced the receipt, lost my job and am living on the street.
Summary: All around a great TV cant find any faults....only downfall I see has to do with available content as of now there aren't a lot of movies and almost no tv shows broadcast in 4K....hopefully this changes soon and the price drops to a consumer friendly price!!!