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LG 86UM7600PLB 86" A7 Gen 2, Active HDR, 4K TV £2,499 at Reliant Direct
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LG 86UM7600PLB 86" A7 Gen 2, Active HDR, 4K TV £2,499 at Reliant Direct

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Posted 9th Mar

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I passed on the Samsung 82 at £1,700 due to lower spec and poor viewing angles (which I need), and this seems to be really ticking the boxes and a few more inches to boot!

Wherever you sit this IPS 4K panels wide viewing angle keeps you entralled with spetacular realism, displaying almost 100% colour accuracy, even from a 60 degree angle. Active HDR can adapt to a variety of HDR formats and provides scene by scene image mastering, delivering pinpoint picture reproduction.

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Display Type
UHD
Screen Size (in.)
86
Resolution
3840 x 2160
IPS Panel
Yes
Viewing Angle
Wide Viewing Angle
Wide Colour Gamut
Wide Colour Gamut
BLU Type
Direct
PMI (Picture Mastering Index)
2,200
Video
Picture Master Processor
α7 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor
Deep Learning AI Picture
Yes
AI Brightness
Yes
HDR
4K Cinema HDR
Dolby Vision
Yes
HDR10 Pro
Yes
HLG
Yes
Advanced HDR by Technicolor
Yes
HDR Effect
Yes
Dynamic Tone Mapping
HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping
4K HFR
Yes
2K HFR
Yes
Motion Pro
Yes
Object/Active Depth Enhancer
Object Depth Enhancer
Colour Enhancer
Advanced Colour Enhancer
Colour Accuracy
True Colour Accuracy
Upscaler
4K Upscaler
Noise Reduction
Quad Step NR
Sharpness
Frequency based Sharpness Enhancer
HEVC
Yes
VP9
4K@60p, 10bit
Instant Game Response
Yes (ALLM)
Picture Mode
Yes, 10 modes ((Vivid, Standard, Eco, Cinema, Sports, Game, HDR Effect, technicolor Expert, (ISF)Expert(Bright Room), (ISF)Expert(Dark Room))
Audio
Output
20W (10W per channel)
Channel
2.0ch
Direction
Down Firing
Simultaneous Audio Output
Yes
Dolby Atmos
Yes
AI Sound
Yes
One Touch Sound Tuning
Yes
Surround Mode
Dolby Surround / ULTRA Surround
Clear Voice
Clear Voice III
WiSA Speakers
Yes
LG Sound Sync
Yes
Auto Notification
Yes (Bluetooth easy paring)
Bluetooth Audio Playback
Yes
DTS Decoder
Yes
Audio Codec
AC4, AC3(Dolby Digital), EAC3, HE-AAC, AAC, MP2, MP3, PCM, DTS, DTS-HD, DTS Express, WMA, apt-X (Refer to manual)
AI TV (Artificial Intelligence)
LG ThinQ AI
Yes
Intelligent Voice Recognition
Yes
Speech to Text
Yes
LG Voice Search
Yes
Google Assistant
Yes
Amazon Alexa Compatible
Yes (19.5 MR)
AI UX
Yes
AI Home
Yes
AI Recommendation
Default: off
Intelligent Edit
Yes
Home Dashboard
Yes
Auto Device Detection
Yes
Smart Speaker Compatible
Yes
Google Home Compatible
Yes
Amazon Echo Compatible
Yes
LG Smart Speaker
Yes
Apple HomePod
Yes
Mobile Connectivity
Yes
LG TV Plus App
Yes
Smart ThinQ App
Yes
Apple AirPlay 2
Yes
Smart TV
Operating System (OS)
webOS Smart TV
Number of CPUs
Quad
Magic Remote Control
Built-In
Quick Access
Yes
Universal Control
Yes
360 VR
Yes
Magic Link
Default: off
Audio Guidance(Text To Speech)
Yes
Gallery
Yes
LG Content Store
Yes
Multi-view
Yes
DIAL
Yes
Web Browser
Yes
Music Player
Yes
Mobile TV On
Yes
Wi-Fi TV On
Yes
Bluetooth Low Energy On
Yes
Network File Browser
Yes
Block access to harmful site
Yes
Live Plus (ACR-based Bilateral Service)
Yes (with Samba TV App)
Additional Feature
Auto Calibration
Yes
OSD Language
36 Languages
Time Machine (DVR)
Yes
Digital Recording
Yes
Analog DVR
Yes
Time Shift
Yes
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13 Comments
In the market for a big TV Was sold on a 75. Then saw the 82 a few weeks ago. Now 86.

Where does the madness end?
markianedwards09/03/2020 18:58

In the market for a big TV Was sold on a 75. Then saw the 82 a few weeks …In the market for a big TV Was sold on a 75. Then saw the 82 a few weeks ago. Now 86.Where does the madness end?


Here's my logic (and I half posted this deal so people would confirm or rip apart my decision)

You can get good/meh 75s for £1000 nowadays. So going to £1,600-1,800 for the 82... But the 82 isn't top spec, has trash reviews for viewing angles. So *if* I'm going £1,800... Then another £700 to get all the spec and 4 more inches... Seems "Okay".

5 year warranty too. Which is worth a bit of cash off the top too.
I've been looking at these recently, they seem to be this price at quite a few places and until a couple of days ago you could have also got another £300 cashback on this price from Currys

Also... I'm not sure I would describe this set as having 'all the spec', I think it's more of a mid-level set, if you have another grand to spend then you can get yourself the nanocell LG 86SM9000PLA
Edited by: "rossington" 9th Mar
rossington09/03/2020 20:16

I've been looking at these recently, they seem to be this price at quite a …I've been looking at these recently, they seem to be this price at quite a few places and until a couple of days ago you could have also got another £300 cashback on this price from CurrysAlso... I'm not sure I would describe this set as having 'all the spec', I think it's more of a mid-level set, if you have another grand to spend then you can get yourself the nanocell LG 86SM9000PLA


I've been watching them a while and haven't seen a £300 offer. They had the free sound bar that sells on ebay for around £140...

Apologies, didn't mean to oversell that bit, but compare it to the Samsung 82 8000 (£1,700) and I think it beats hands down on everything except the weight.
Anyone seen any reviews?
AlanGordonisgod10/03/2020 12:39

Anyone seen any reviews?


They are really good, 90% of them just lay into the fact its super heavy (46kg), but I bought a "upto 100inch" bracket the other day and it takes up to 100kg, so it shouldn't be a problem.

The reviews for the Samsung 82 were pretty bad in terms of they viewing angle, and blacks too. When some of the review sites show you screenshot comparisons of dark scenes, it was black as night on some, but a real bright grey on the 82.

The technical reviews for this were all 60-80, scoring high on a lot of the "Gamer" categories which is what I look for.

Also, they said its near perfection once properly tuned/adjusted. Just a shame I have no idea what those perfect settings are!
Silhouette11/03/2020 08:42

They are really good, 90% of them just lay into the fact its super heavy …They are really good, 90% of them just lay into the fact its super heavy (46kg), but I bought a "upto 100inch" bracket the other day and it takes up to 100kg, so it shouldn't be a problem.The reviews for the Samsung 82 were pretty bad in terms of they viewing angle, and blacks too. When some of the review sites show you screenshot comparisons of dark scenes, it was black as night on some, but a real bright grey on the 82.The technical reviews for this were all 60-80, scoring high on a lot of the "Gamer" categories which is what I look for.Also, they said its near perfection once properly tuned/adjusted. Just a shame I have no idea what those perfect settings are!


Do you have a link?
AlanGordonisgod11/03/2020 14:06

Do you have a link?


It was something like this, but this is a model down.

rtings.com/tv/…300

But a straight score out of 10 for a bunch of bits and it scored a solid 7.5something. Best in Gaming, lower on Movies which is a killer, but apparantly get the settings right - and you can just flip to Movie Mode and you're laughing.

I don't mind pressing a button once in a while.
not sure about it being ips panel tho - lot of dosh and rating says this

Sadly, like most IPS panels, it has a mediocre contrast ratio and it doesn't have a local dimming feature that can improve it. Although this TV supports HDR, it can't display a wide color gamut and its peak brightness in HDR mode isn't able to bring out highlights as intended
Just mounted it... I'm actually thoroughly impressed. Only tested really the ease of use for Netflix (dedicated button), Amazon Video (dedicated button), and the settings etc but I've had a little fiddle, jazzed it up to "Vivid" picture setting and it's pretty punchy.

Will give it the full shebang when all the cables arrive.

Point to note, only 1 USB and 2 HDMI are visible from the side. So when wall mounted you lose 2 HDMI and 2 USB unless, like me, you fork out for some right angle cables
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That's as close as I can get my phone to the wall, to then shoot down the side.

Note: Coax is also on the back, so you need to order a right angle one of those too (£9 Amazon)
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