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#233384 14-Apr-2018 00:12
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There's some very good TV deals on at the moment! (There were some Friday 13th sales at Harvey Norman, but I literally refreshed the page at 12am and they all increased by just $30.

 

Sony 55" X9000E 4K Smart TV @ Harvey Norman for $1871 (Bonus $200 HN Gift Card)

 

Sony 65" X7000E 4K Smart TV @ Harvey Norman for $1798 (Bonus $200 HN Gift Card)

 

LG 60" UJ654V 4K Smart TV @ Heathcotes for $1537

 

What do people think of the LG TV? Is the picture quality on par, below or above the Sony TVs? Sounds pretty darn good for a 60" 4K Smart TV! 

 

At the moment, it seems I'm tossing up either a bigger screen or better features. Hmmm.

 

X9000E Pros: Android TV, better image processor apparently (X1)

 

X9000E Cons: Smaller screen size.

 

X7000E Pros: Bigger screen for cheaper price.

 

X7000E Cons: Less features, uses older image processor.

 

UJ654V Pros: Big screen, cheapest price, Have heard good things about WebOS 3.5 and it's got the magic remote.

 

UJ654V Cons: Unknown picture quality. How does it handle upscaling etc.





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  #1995847 14-Apr-2018 06:21
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I've just changed from a 55" Sony Android TV to a 65" LG WebOS tv.

 

Picture is very nice, only complaint is that it won't play Netflix in 5.1 over the ARC HDMI. The amp tries to play it but I just this garbled static sound, only fix is to either use the optical cable or put it to 2.1 sound.


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  #1995877 14-Apr-2018 08:24
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How do you find WebOS compared to Android TV? Does it get updates to apps like Lightbox, TVNZ etc?

 
 
 
 


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  #1995882 14-Apr-2018 08:46
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I've got no problems with it, I don't know how often apps get updated as I've had the TV for a month but no updates so far.

 

It has the Freeview ondemand app which the Android TV didn't.


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