Video Features
Ultra HD 4K Resolution w/ Upscaler: The LG Super UHD TV includes a display resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 (4K) and can display all video at that resolution through its built-in upscaler, irrespective of input signal. 4K provides four times higher resolution than current 1080p high-definition TVs with a complete of 8.3 million pixels. Its detail is indeed vivid and crisp, even though viewed from close distances; it’s practically impossible to discern an individual pixel, even from inches away. Enjoy incredibly flawless images, vivid colors, and picture details as nothing you’ve seen prior. More great things about Ultra-HD 4K include:

Greater Sense Of Depth: At 4K, distant objects in a scene could be rendered with greater clarity than at 2K, with an increase of nuances of light and shadow and focus for a larger sense of perceived depth.
Better Color: Because pixels are units of colored light, their greater quantity in 4K permits more layered transitions and subtler gradations of tones, therefore the hues we see through to screen will be truer from what we see in nature.
Sit Even Closer: 2K HD TVs carry a recommended viewing distance of 3 x (3X) it screen height, but with a 4K display you can move around in to one-and-a-half times (1.5X) screen height without exposing individual pixels. Sitting closer better fills your field of vision, assuring total immersion in whatever you’re watching.
HDR (High Dynamic Range) Video: The LG Super UHD TV supports a range of HDR technologies including HDR10, HLG HDR, and Dolby Vision. HDR reproduces a larger dynamic selection of luminosity or brightness levels, bringing greater contrast & wider color spectrum to the screen. This increased contrast reveals the subtle nuances of the image, from detailed blacks and shadows to the brightest whites and colors, plus greater depth. Previously hidden regions of dark shadow and sunlight are actually packed with clarity and detail.

Active HDR (for HDR10 & HLG): Active HDR analyzes and optimizes High Dynamic Range video content scene-by-scene for a far more striking, more breathtaking HDR video experience. This technique allows the TV to own best picture possible, even though playing HDR10 content which only contains static metadata, or HLG content which uses no metadata at all.
Dolby Vision: Unlike HDR 10 which contains static metadata and HLG which uses not metadata, Dolby Vision adjusts brightness, color, and contrast automatically for each and every scene. Dynamic metadata carries information that maps every image to your TV’s display capabilities, this is why more of what this content creator intended. Due to this fact, Dolby Vision gives incredible brightness, color, contrast, detail, and dimensionality.
HDR Effect: The TV’s new HDR Effect feature raises image quality for SDR content to near HDR quality. With the HDR Effect feature, SDR images are processed frame-by-frame to boost brightness in specific areas, enhance contrast ratios and render more precise images.
Local Dimming: IT provides sustained control of brightness & contrast through local dimming to provide deeper blacks, amazing clarity, and color detail. LG’s local dimming technology analyzes the signal of the input video by regions of the screen, and adjusts the backlight to increase the contrast ratio. This increased contrast ratio subsequently enhances overall display quality with greater clarity, plus bolder colors.

10-Bit Panel w/ IPS Technology: With a genuine 10-bit panel, LG’s Super UHD TV is with the capacity of displaying a billion colors with fine steps of gradation. With so much more colors to express, you will see a picture that’s more descriptive and natural in comparison with conventional 8-bit panels. LG’s IPS (In-Plane Switching) technology makes any seat the very best inside your home, with a clearer and more steady image at wide viewing angles in comparison to conventional screens. IPS gives genuine colors, almost identical to the initial image. Witness colors as true-to-life as nature intended, vibrant across even a sizable screen, with the gorgeous clarity of 4K resolution.

Ultra Luminance + True Color Accuracy: Ultra-HD display quality becomes a lot more dynamic with a protracted selection of brightness (up to 1000 nits), because of LG’s Ultra Luminance technology. By enabling higher peak brightness and an increased contrast ratio, Ultra Luminance makes 4K & HDR images a lot more striking. True Color Accuracy uses advanced color mapping technology to effectively correct color distortions and deliver an image that’s accurate, natural, and lifelike.

TruMotion 240Hz: The Super UHD TV employs LG’s proprietary TruMotion 240Hz backlight scanning system to improve the TV’s 120Hz native panel refresh rate to lessen blur and yield crisper details; even through the most high-action sequences – from sports to action movies.

Video Inputs: The LG Super UHD television set features HDMI 2.0a and Composite video inputs. All the television’s video inputs are displayed at 3,840 x 2,160 (4K).

HDMI 2.0a: The four HDMI 2.0a inputs encourage 4K (60/30Hz), 1080p (60/24Hz), 1080i, 720p, and 480p video signals. The HDMI inputs not merely enable you to hook up your Blu-ray/DVD player or Satellite/Cable receiver to it, but also a notebook computer or computer. The television’s HDMI inputs usually do not accept 480i video signals.
HDCP 2.2: HDCP 2.2 is supported by all the TV’s HDMI inputs. HDCP 2.2 is short for “High bandwidth Digital Content Protection” and is employed for 4K video copyright protection for compatibility with 4K Blu-ray players and 4K Satellite/Cable providers.
4:4:4 Color Subsampling: All the HDMI inputs will support up to 4:4:4 chroma subsampling for color data rendering of 4K video (30/60fps). With 4:4:4 color, luminance (brightness) and chroma (color) are sampled at the same rate, leading to an RGB color scheme as large as the video sampling rate for a video image with an increase of total colors, plus greater color accuracy and detail. You need to permit this feature in the menu. 4:2:2 (30/60fps) and 4:2:0 (60fps) are also supported by the HDMI inputs, by default.
Composite Video: There exists a single composite video input that may accept 480i only. The composite video input involves a 3.5mm AV minijack and includes a composite video/stereo RCA adapter. This TV will not include a component video input.
Note: The LG TV includes a built-in over-the-air HDTV (ATSC) and Clear QAM tuner, which means you don’t desire a separate set-top box to get and decode over-the-air HDTV/SDTV or unencrypted Digital Cable signals (up to 1080i); subscription still necessary to receive cable channels. An individual RF-type coaxial input is use to hook up an external indoor/outdoor antenna (sold separately).
Picture Settings: The LG Super UHD TV provides preset, user, and expert adjustment of the television’s picture settings.

Picture Size: You can decide on a different aspect ratio according to input source (analog broadcasting, digital broadcasting, video input).
16:9: displays an element ratio of 16:9
4:3: displays an element ratio of 4:3
Original: changes the aspect ratio to 4:3 or 16:9 depending after the input video signal
Vertical Zoom: adjusts the vertical dimension of the screen and aligns the screen vertically
All-Direction Zoom: adjusts the horizontal/vertical/diagonal dimensions of the screen and aligns the screen horizontally/vertically
Picture Modes: You can choose the picture mode that’s suitable to your viewing environment, preferences or video type.
Smart Picture: it will automatically adapt to the perfect picture settings predicated on data it receives on the genre of this program being played
APS (Auto Power Save): this Energy Saver mode changes the TV’s picture brightness to lessen power consumption
Standard: provides optimum viewing for general use
Vivid: maximizes the result of the video by strengthening the contrast, brightness, color, and sharpness
Cinema: optimizes video for watching movies
Sports: provides fast response speed for sports action
Game: provides even more quickly response speeds (21ms) for fast gaming
HDR Effect: like a more dynamic, clearer image by correcting the light and dark regions of the display
User: manually adapt the TV’s Backlight, Contrast, Brightness, Sharpness, Color, Tint, and Color Temperature