LG 65 “-UF950V Review – Top model with pluses and minuses




The UF950V LG has made a UHDTV which many people will be happy. The finish is of a high standard, the sound is very good and the service is very simple thanks to webOS. In addition, the TV responds quickly to commands. Furthermore, the 3D display works extremely well and is called the color just fine. However, the TV also has less positive aspects, particularly with regard to quality. So we are less enthusiastic about the uniformity of the backlight and the contrast of the UF950V.

Good sound
Nice finish
WebOS works fast and simple
Prima 3D view
Low contrast
Excessive uniformity of the backlight
Tweakers zegt: 7
Price for publication: € 3600, –
Available from: € 3495, –
Tested version: LG 65UF950V Black
In this review we look at the 65 “-UF950V from LG. This UHDTV LCDTV is the flagship of the Korean brand. Above this model will still uhd-OLED models are coming, but not yet available and are also expected to be more expensive . The UF950V is available in sizes 55 “and 65”, with the smallest model at the time of writing for some 3,500 euros PriceWatch state and the large 65 “model, which we viewed, costs about 4,500 euros.

These are firm prices, but LG has spared no effort to optimize picture and sound quality of this TV. For example, the display panel can display a wider color range than normal due to the use of a backlight having thereon a film with quantum dots. The sound is handled by the audio specialists Harman Kardon, specifically for this TV have developed a loudspeaker system despite its modest dimensions should produce a big sound.

LG UF950

For displaying 3D images, LG has included two passive glasses that deliver a very quiet play, because the glass does not blink as active in the competitive system is the case. The UF950V runs on the second version of LG’s webOS; the operating system for televisions that is very simple and works perfectly cooperates with the Magic Remote aanwijsafstandsbediening. This now includes a large amount of buttons, so that the most important functions all have their own button, making you less by having to navigate menus.

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