Picture on picture
Istg it worked fine 10 minutes ago.
Hi guys. im in the process of purchasing an LG TV.
i concluded on some models and i need your help as the information on the net is confusing and misleading. i was looking these 2 similar models:
the one is
link hidden, please login to view which in my country is advertised as 65NANO826QB and the other one is this which here is also advertised as 65NANO786QA. My first questing is the 766 is Direct lid which from what i have read is better than Edge lid of 816 but 816 is more expensive. im i missing something ? the only thing 816 has is local dimming which from some reviewers that is plain awful on this TV.
My other question is that those TVs are advertised in Europe as 50Hz. How will they cope with YouTube's and Netflix's 60 fps content. I have read somewhere that they can also do 60Hz natively but because of the region they are advertised as 50 but the panel is the same.
Also i came across this one which is about 200 euros more expensive. Does it worth it? im no gamer. The only thing i do is watching movies preferably 4K, sports and racing will it benefit from the 100/120Hz panel and QNED technology?
I have chosen to get rid of my cable tv due tp increase in prices but I cannot get any local channels. I get the IP but nothing will work after today I need help plzzzz
I updated the software on this LG TV and now no option to turn off WiFi
I need to the WiFi to turn off since they do not want WiFi connected here. I hope there is a way to turn off WiFi.
I have tried Factory Default settings, and when they failed I dived into setting individual adjustments to obtain a better picture. The problem is simply that when the picture is adjusted to provide deep blacks in dark scenes, as well as a healthy brightness for faces in a studio news broadcast, the faces in the darker scenes are muddy and too dim to see; on the other hand, if controls are set to render viewable faces in dark scenes, the news broadcast pictures are so overly bright that they hurt my eyes i.e. unviewable. I have read tech advisories and tried many different settings over the last four months since purchasing this new TV and there appears to be no solution. I am disabled and cannot bring the TV outside my home for outside professional calibration or testing. Is there any way to get a technician to help at home under the LG Warranty?
I have a 4 yo 77" LD OEL TV. I was wondering if you can view picture on picture withthis set. Also I have a lot of streaming problems with Kayo and intermittent cut of when listening through my hearing aids using blue tooth. Any help would be apprecioated. Cheers Phil
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