LG 65UQ76506LF is a mid-range television that offers remarkable features at a more than reasonable price. What it offers us is enough to do everything today and allows us to get it without our pocket being resentful.
Technical characteristics of the LG 65UQ7500
|LG 65UQ76506LF – LG 65UQ7650
|65″ (126cm), flat
|Ultra HD (3840 x 2160p)
|50Hz (up to 60)
|Yes, webOS 22
|20W (2.0ch) RMS
|Dimensions without stand (Height x Width x Depth)
|850 x 1463 x 87.8mm
|Dimensions with stand (Height x Width x Depth)
|910 x 1463 x 255mm
|Weight (Without / With stand)
|21.3kg / 21.5kg
|Category G (108W)
|Content / Accessories
Design and connectivity of the LG 65UQ76506LF
LG 65UQ7650 is a very simple television in terms of its design. It ‘s all black, with a highly polished finish and thin bezels on the panel. As in almost any model, the lower edge, where the LG logo is located, is somewhat thicker, although nothing remarkable.
As you can see in the gallery above, his stand is also basic. It is made up of two very open V legs with the same color and finish that give uniformity to the entire piece.
This 65-inch television measures 910 x 1463 x 255 mm and weighs 21.5 kilos . It is not too much but, in my opinion, this type of support is not the most suitable for a panel that already has a certain size.
The option to perfectly secure the panel is to remove its legs, leaving only the panel, which is 850 x 1463 x 87.8 mm and weighs 21.3 kilos . You have, yes, to buy a VESA that is compatible with 300 x 300 mm .
Tuning and connectivity
LG 65UQ7650 has a consistent tuning CI+ v2.0, NTSC/PAL/SECAM for analog, DVB-T2/S2/C as digital and HbbTV , although we don’t know its version.
To be able to carry it out there is a CI slot, an antenna and a satellite .
The rest of the connections would be an output for digital audio, an RJ 45 plug for cable connection to your network, a USB 2.0 port prepared to record content from TV, double HDMI 2.0 that allows ARC to be enjoyed on the television, eARC, ALLM and HDCP 2.3.
We finish with its wireless connectivity, which is based on a WiFI 5 and bluetooth also v5.0 .
Image quality and general functions
Being larger, LG has preferred to include an IPS panel in this size , although its brothers have a VA, yes, like these, it is 8-bit deep and the matrix is 24 . With this we do not reach the ideal and almost standardized number of faithful colors, which is 1073 million, but we are left seeing, yes, perfectly, 16.7 million .
Its resolution is Ultra High Definition , with 3840 x 2160 pixels, the backlighting is basic direct LED and its native frequency base is 50 Hz , although it is true that it can reach 60 in some situations.
We include support for HDR content that is HLG or HDR 10 Pro or even for displaying HGiG in games.
Finally we have Dynamic Tone Mapping , which is the technology with which we try to improve the image quality a little more. It is about working by mapping the panel into 576 zones for each frame, thus providing them, one by one, with particular values for each area.
LG 65UQ75006LF, although it has, like almost all mid-range TVs, 20 W in two bass reflex speakers, it can virtualize, with its AI, 5.1.2 surround sound . In the same way, it is capable of scaling the sound as it is done with images. The native support for audio is Dolby Digital and, like almost all of the brand’s models, it has a system to clarify dialogues ( Clear Voice Pro ).
LG 65UQ7650 software/smartTV review
webOS is a great operating system that, in its latest version, webOS 22 , has nothing to envy. So much so, in fact, that LG offers it to other manufacturers to include in their models.
This is, of course, the one included in the LG 65UQ75006LF.
The main novelty that it presents with respect to its previous versions is that, with it, you can now create your own profile . So you can have your favorite apps on the main interface as shortcuts, continue watching anything where you left off, know what you’ve seen and what you haven’t, receive personalized recommendations… And the best thing is that there is no profile limit; you can do as many as you want.
Already in your profile you have the freedom to go from web to web thanks to the browser freedom offered by LG or download your favorite applications from the store that LG has that are not already installed by default.
Like Samsung, LG now also incorporates a series of channels . Its content is not its own, but, meh, there it is as an alternative to the conventional grill.
With Screen Share you have the possibility of launching what you see on the mobile to the TV. And if you have an iPhone, more of the same, because now LG has support for AirPlay 2.
As for gaming, LG promises a latency always less than 19 ms . Now, in addition, their televisions have a specific menu to play values that only affect the games according to the genre (not to mess it up too much). For this, this year they have won an award. But, without a doubt, the best thing is that with HGiG support you can play in HDR the titles that incorporate it. And if you use or are thinking of using Google Stadia , know that you can do it from TV just like from your computer.
Ah, the system has another small novelty, that of sports announcements so that you are notified and do not miss anything.
You can improve some options such as intelligent voice recognition or the use of AI and if you use your specific LG Magic Remote.
Anything you can think of doing you can ask the voice assistant you have chosen. LG lets you choose between Alexa and Google Assistant . With them you can turn off the television, increase the volume of the linked sound bar, change the channel, continue playing content from a platform… Also, as we do with the mobile, we can use them to ask them questions.
TV LG 65UQ75006LF: Pros and cons
- updated webOS
- updated IQ+
- Updated HDCP
- 5.1ch simulated
- Energy label G
- Thick and unattractive profile without base
- stand too light