LG 65UN71006LB 65 Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart LED TV with Freeview HD/Freesat HD – Ceramic Black colour (2020 Model) with Alexa built-in [Energy Class A]

£544.40

  • Stunning 4K Ultra HD picture quality with sharp and detailed images
  • Immersive sound quality (Ultra Surround)
  • Stylish design and minimalist two feet stand
  • Award-winning easy to use smart platform LG webOS
  • To use Voice control, this requires the LG Magic Remote, which is sold separately
  • Size With Stand : 1468 x 917 x 269 cm, Weight (TV + Stand) : 21.4 kg
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Product Dimensions

27.9 x 146.8 x 91.7 cm, 21.4 Kilograms

Date First Available

13 April 2020

Manufacturer

LG

Item model number

65UN71006LB.AEKD

Average Rating

4.80

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  1. 05

    by Gee Gee

    I’m thoroughly glad I ignored the negative reviews I saw about this tv. My mum has a 2019 version of a very similar tv and I love it. I was looking to find one similar with all the fantastic features of smart tv, Netflix, prime, YouTube etc. This tv has far exceeded my expectations. The picture is clear, the remote has the double function of mouse and an ordinary remote and the tv is mountable. This last part was particularly important for me as I have very inquisitive and naughty little hands that belong to some tiny humans and who actually destroyed my last tv after pushing it over.
    The sound quality is fair if a little quiet at times but this does not bother me much as I tend to have sound on fairly low anyway so as not to disturb my neighbours.
    This tv is a must if you are looking for all the reliability of LG TVs without the massive price tag. It’s expensive enough for you to know it isn’t fake but cheap enough to be affordable for the average household. Well worth the money.

  2. 05

    by Thibault

    I got this TV to replace a 2017 LG panel which had sadly developed the common backlight LED strip problem, leading to the image turning blue. Saw this one available and good reviews for it for gaming (which mine is used for regularly) and went for it.

    I was pleased to see this one comes with the magic remote, not something that has come with my previous LG’s (inc the 2020 model I got for the bedroom earlier this year). It is a bluetooth remote that adds pointer capability to the remote, making for a slicker and easier experience.

    As with other WebOS models, this comes with a range of built in apps and the LG content store with a ton of extra apps. One flaw from my bedroom TV was it missing All 4 and the 5 player (due to some contract mistake from LG last year apparently when they hadn’t renewed it)… All 4 is still not on that 2020 model. Please to say they have addressed it here and I have a range of apps on and running smoothly inc Disney, Netflix, Apple +, Prime, Iplayer, All 4 , Pluto etc.

    The picture quality is good , backlights, contrast, brightness , res and HDR all good and more than good enough to provide a quality experience for Gaming and Movies/TV.

    Overall I’m very pleased, a good TV for the price. My only reservation will be if it has a shortish life like the 2017 models and only time will tell on that one.

  3. 05

    by Kevin Trebell

    Have had the TV for a month as an upgrade from an old Sony HD TV without smart functions. The quality of the build is good and the unit looks good. The picture quality is good (seeing 4k for the first time takes some getting used to), but can be a little dark in some circumstances despite the range of picture options available.

    The smart functions are pretty good, but would have benefited from the following:

    – Additional satellite input enabling the recording of one channel whilst watching another (a function my Humax foxsat HDR box has)
    – Lack of catch-up TV services. Whilst the system supports BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Amazon prime etc, it doesn’t have (nor can you install) ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5, etc. Which are all available on earlier LG smart TVs. Although I can plug in a Chromecast to get these apps…. It defeats the object of having a Smart TV.

    My favourite features are:

    – 4K – just wow!!
    – Magic Remote (not included with the TV, but worth the extra £25) and excellent Android app (free) to replace the bog standard remote.
    – Google assistant and Alexa both available with integration to other Google and Amazon services. With voice control through the magic remote.
    – The smart menu allows you to pin your favourite YouTube channels so they’re easy to find.
    – Great sound quality.
    – Capability to connect to other smart home systems are services.

    Despite my disappointment about the catch-up services, this is still a great TV and certainly provides value for money.

  4. 05

    by Mr Simon Taylor

    I had been indecisive for ages about wanting a new 4K smart TV as I wasn’t sure if it would be much of an investment or not. I got this TV in a sale for just over £300, however after having it for 2 months now I can happily say that I would have paid for price for it. The image on the TV is crystal clear to the point were sometimes you forget you are watching a TV.

    As a gamer myself I would highly recommend it due to it’s in built AI that detects and adjusts TV settings to always give you the best result. Alongside that the speaker system is fantastic and really helps immerse you in whatever you are doing. A small feature I also love is it’s ability to detect new inputs and give a quick and easy change prompt (A small thing, but useful non the less)

    Finally the smart element of the TV. This TV allows you to have every streaming service you desire and some music services as well. As I traditionally was streaming off my PlayStation that used more power than this TV, so an added bonus is that it has saved me money on my electric bill.

    I would highly advise that if you are looking for a new TV pick this one.

  5. 05

    by Thibault

    We had Toshiba everywhere in the flat before investing in my first ever OLED LG CX for the living room few months ago. I was so pleased with the quality of the TV and the brand that I decided to replace our Toshiba in the bedroom that fell and broke after I moved the furniture it was on. My girlfriend thinks I did it on purpose so we could get an LG for the bedroom too.

    Pros:
    – Great picture quality
    – Supports 4K and HDR content
    – Fast Quad Core processor
    – Sound is very good – so much that I got rid of the speakers I was using on the Toshiba
    – Great interface, same as premium TV models (although I can’t comment on the apps as I’m using Nvidia Shield TV Pro which already has all UK apps except All4)

    Cons:
    – Doesn’t support Dolby Vision
    – Remote is pretty bad and not very responsive but don’t mind too much as I’m using the Shield TV remote most the time

    Very pleased with this TV and recommend it to others.

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LG 65UN71006LB 65 Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart LED TV with Freeview HD/Freesat HD - Ceramic Black colour (2020 Model) with Alexa built-in [Energy Class A]

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