In this post we will go through the LG 65UN6950ZUA review. The LG 65UN6950ZUA review is structured in five sections.
Screen Size: 65”
Display Type: Real 4K Display
Display Resolution: 4K Ultra HD (3,840 x 2,160)
IPS Technology: Yes
Backlight Type: Direct
Picture Processor: Quad Core Processor 4K
Refresh RateTruMotion: 120 (Native 60Hz)
HDR (High Dynamic Range): Active HDR (HDR10, HLG), HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping
Clarity: Double Step Noise Reduction, Sharpness Enhancer
Color: Advanced Color Enhancer, True Color Accuracy
Resolution Upscaler: 4K Upscaler
Gaming Auto Low Latency Mode: Yes
LG ThinQ® AI: Yes
Google Assistant: Yes
Alexa Built-In: Yes
Apple Airplay 2, Apple Homekit: Yes
Home Dashboard: Yes
Intelligent Voice Recognition: Yes
Operating System: webOS
Magic Remote Control: Not Compatible
LG Content Store (App Store): Yes
Full Web Browser: Yes
Speaker System: 2.0 Channel
Output Power: 20W
AI Sound: Yes
Surround Mode: Ultra Surround
Wi-Fi® Standard: Wi-Fi Certified 802.11ac
IP Control: Yes
HDMI-CEC (Simplink): Yes
TV Tuner: ATSC, Clear QAM
Smart Phone Connectivity: Yes
HDMI Input (HDCP 2.2): 3
HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC): ARC (HDMI 2)
USB Ports (v 2.0): 2
RF Connection Input (Antenna/Cable): 1
Composite Input (AV): 1
Ethernet Input: 1
Digital Audio Output (Optical): 1
LG 65UN6950ZUA has a very good picture quality thanks to the 4k resolution which is four times greater than full HD. The most important display feature is the 4K Active HDR which brings the content to life thanks to the beautiful colors it displays and it is very useful when watching nature documentaries or even when playing games. However, we have some bad news for the movie lovers because this TV doesn’t support local dimming. Local dimming technology dims the backlight of the screen where the colors are black thus providing darker blacks. We are not saying that the blacks on this TV are lousy but they are not as good as they would be if the TV would support local dimming. The colors are also very good thanks to the color accuracy technology. We will give 4/5 points for the LG 65UN6950ZUA review part of the picture quality.
LG 65UN6950ZUA is a smart TV so you can connect it to the internet and browse online content. You can find some useful apps in the app store and you can stream movies from the biggest streaming companies. LG takes pride on its new artificial intelligence called ThinQ. It is helpful but it because this TV isn’t compatible with magic remote which makes the browsing and the general use of the TV much easier than conventional remotes. It also has Google assistant and is compatible with Google home and Alexa devices. So as far as the AI goes this TV is well equipped. We will give 4.5/5 point for the LG 65UN6950ZUA review part of the features.
LG 65UN6950ZUA has two built-in speakers with 10W power each. The total output of 20W is usually enough, unless you are standing too far from the TV. If that is the case, you should consider buying external speakers that will turn your room into a home theater. The ultra-surround mode is good, especially if you buy external speakers. The sound is also clear but that depends on the content quality. We will give 4/5 points for the LG 65UN6950ZUA review part of the sound.
LG 65UN6950ZUA has a very good design overall and the color looks good. The build quality isn’t the best out there but isn’t bad either. The frame is quite thin which will make the TV look good if you wall mount it. Also some of the connection ports are on the side so shouldn’t be a problem if you wall mount it. We will give 4/5 points for the LG 65UN6950ZUA review part of the design.
The LG 65UN6950ZUA price was $498 as of July 2020 which is not that bad for a 4K TV. We will give 5/5 points for the LG 65UN6950ZUA review part of the price.
LG 65UN6950ZUA Review Conclusions
LG 65UN6950ZUA is a very good TV in general. The picture quality is very good thanks to the 4k resolution and active HDR technology. It also comes with new features like Google home and Alexa devices compatibility. The sound is also loud and clear but that also depends on the content quality. Design is also very good and so is the price. We hope our LG 65UN6950ZUA review has been helpful to you.
Should you buy LG 65UN6950ZUA?
We made the LG 65UN6950ZUA because this is a good TV for its price and if you are on a budget you should go for it. However we also recommend taking a look at this other TV Samsung UN65TU7000 Review.
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