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LG SK8000 75" 4K Super UHD AI Smart LED TV (75SK8000PTA) $3990 VideoPro, $3995 HN, Bing Lee, TGG, $3996 JB Hi FI (Was $5295)

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Huge price drop on this one … looks like offer is valid for this long weekend. Grab it from your nearest store and make use of any gift card if you have any.
Enjoy :)..

FYI- eBay links are not updated yet.. else it would have further 5% cheaper ;-)

$3990 Video Pro - https://www.videopro.com.au/p-11691-lg-75-75sk8000pta-ultra-...
$3995 Bing Lee - https://www.binglee.com.au/lg-75sk8000pta-75-super-uhd-led-t...
$3995 Harvey Norman - https://www.harveynorman.com.au/lg-75-inch-sk80-super-uhd-le...
$3996 JB Hi-FI - https://www.jbhifi.com.au/lg/lg-sk8000-75-4k-super-uhd-ai-sm...
$3995 TGG - https://www.thegoodguys.com.au/lg-75-inches189cm-super-uhd-l...

Price Compare : $5,690 @ Appliance Central ;-)

The LG AI ThinQ 75-inch SK80 Super Ultra HD LED LCD Smart TV offers stunning picture quality, multiple connectivity options, and voice controls, making it a great choice for your home entertainment system.

Key Features

  • With a 3840 x 2160 resolution, the LG AI ThinQ 75-inch SK80 Super Ultra HD LED LCD Smart TV renders images with impressive detail and clarity.
  • Thanks to this SK80 Super Ultra HD LED LCD TV’s 4K Cinema HDR* support with Dolby Vision, it produces images with vivid colours, enhanced contrast, and lifelike details.
  • This 75-inch SK80 Smart TV employs Nano Cell technology with IPS to deliver stunning picture quality with rich, vivid colours even at wide viewing angles.
  • For convenient, voice-activated navigation and management, this Super Ultra HD LED LCD Smart TV’s Al ThinQ feature utilises Natural Language Processing (NLP).
  • Dolby Atmos-enabled, this SK80 HD LED LCD Smart TV delivers rich surround sound to accompany your favourite media content.
  • Supports HDR10 format, via HDMI, USB and selected streaming services.

Description from JB Hi Fi

Overview

ThinQ ® LG ThinQ offers an enhanced interactive experience in the company’s new 2018 TV lineup by employing Natural Language Processing (NLP) to deliver intelligent voice-activated control. Nano Cell Technology Nano Cell Technology with IPS provides breathtakingly vivid and eye catching colour even at wide viewing angles, for an amazing experience. 4K Cinema HDR with Dolby Vision 4K Cinema HDR delivers a stunning high dynamic range picture, while Dolby Vision™ dramatically enhances the colour and contrast of content frame-by-frame, for a truly cinematic viewing experience. Dolby Atmos® Enter a new world of sound with Dolby Atmos®. You’ll feel like you’re inside the action as the sounds come alive with breathtaking realism. Dolby Atmos® is sound that creates a powerfully moving entertainment experience. webOS Smart TV Use your LG Magic Remote to control webOS Smart TV and access - Stan, Netflix and Amazon Video, by simply clicking, scrolling or by using the voice recognition technology.

Key Features

AI ThinQ
LG AI ThinQ offers an enhanced interactive experience in the company’s new 2018 TV lineup by employing Natural Language Processing (NLP) to deliver intelligent voice-activated control.

Nano Cell Technology
Nano Cell Technology with IPS provides breathtakingly vivid and eye catching colour even at wide viewing angles, for an amazing experience.

4K Cinema HDR with Dolby Vision
4K Cinema HDR delivers a stunning high dynamic range picture, while Dolby Vision™ dramatically enhances the colour and contrast of content frame-by-frame, for a truly cinematic viewing experience.

Dolby Atmos®
Enter a new world of sound with Dolby Atmos®. You’ll feel like you’re inside the action as the sounds come alive with breathtaking realism. Dolby Atmos® is sound that creates a powerfully moving entertainment experience.

Specifications

Picture and Display Quality
4K UHD (3840 x 2160)
α7 (Alpha7) processor
Nano CellTM Technology
4K Cinema HDR (High Dynamic Range)
Dolby Vision™

Convenience Features
Magic Remote
Intelligent Voice Control
Gallery
SmartShare (Miracast)
Time Machine Compatible

Smart Features
AI ThinQ
LG webOS Smart TV
Netflix, Stan, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube
Netflix Recommended TV
FreeviewPlus

Audio
40W (75") / 20W(65", 55") Total Output
Dolby Atmos®
Bluetooth Audio Playback

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closed Comments

  • +1 vote

    Super Ultra HD

    How does this differ to just standard Ultra HD?

    Samsung calls it SUHD. Sounds like marketing BS to me.

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      Samsungs SUHD just mean they have better colour range in them (better panels) LG is doing the same but has copywrited the "Super UHD" hence SUHD for Samsung and Hisense has QLED to sound cool

  • +5 votes

    I refuse to buy a new TV unless they perfect Super Duper UHD technology

  • -1 vote

    Pity its a LG

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      I have always had a better experience with LG TV than Samsung.

      Currently have LG OLED C6 and I simply love it.

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        Same here. I had nothing but problems with Samsung TV's. Now happy with my 2 LGs.

      • -1 vote

        Yep Samsung is absolute garbage when it comes to reliability apart from their smartphones of course. I've had two Samsung's all of which failed just outside the warranty period. Same with my brother as well. Meanwhile my LG plasma lasted five years before I upgraded and now my 2016 LG OLED is still working flawlessly. Short story: don't fall for Samsung marketing

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          I've had 7 Samsung TV's over 14 years. Currently have a 75 inch SUHD as our main piece and a 65 inch SUHD in the other sitting room.

          The only one I had a problem (very recently actually), was a 60 inch 3DLED TV that my best mate bought off me when I moved interstate a few years ago.
          It's over 5 years old now, but the screen died. They repaired the screen for free as long as I had the receipt from Harvey Norman.
          I was shocked that they still fixed it at that age but yeah, they did.

          I will be a Samsung lifer because of how good their TV's and phones have been to me.

          My parents had a 60 inch LG LED TV which gave them nothing but problems. It was cheaper than Samsung/Sony etc..at the time when they bought it.
          They now (after my advice) they've got 2 Samsung's. A 75 inch SUHD like mine and a 50 inch LED upstairs. Had no problems with either.

          Anyway, point is, you sound pretty unlucky if you had two TV's die and they didn't fix them. My mate's TV was literally 2 years out of warranty and they still fixed it. edit: I just asked him and it wasn't the screen, it was a new powerboard that was required.

          Funny tidbit, here's a copy/pasted part of our conversation regarding the repair dude's thoughts on TV's:
          "I asked the guy if he was gonna by a tv brand what would he by and he said Samsung for sure. He said Sony actually isn’t that good and he fixes all different tv brands".

          So take it for what it's worth…

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    Why do these $4k TV's not list specs like color gamut, no. of local dimming zones, brightness etc ?!? its mind boggling.

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      This has an IPS panel. So no local dimming zones. It does have a better viewing angle than vertical alignment panels.