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LG UQ81 Review & Rating

Decent 4K TV at an affordable price?
Tobias

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LG UQ81 β€” Reasonably priced UHD TV with really great colors

Despite the comparatively low price rating, you get a well-made 4K TV that delivers an amazingly great picture in terms of color reproduction and can also be used well for extended group evenings. However, the picture quality of this model is limited by its comparatively low contrast.

The poor luminance of about 300 nits isn’t really enough to bring bright details to the panel with final consequence and to give the colorization an extra helping hand at this point. If the content gets too dark, there is a risk that the picture loses details.

You won’t find any gaming features on the UQ81 that would allow you to play next-gen titles. LG would have to provide an HDMI 2.1 interface and 120 hertz for that. But this is simply not part of the specifications. You will also have to do without three-dimensional surround sound and sometimes show some patience when navigating through webOS 22.

So, if you are willing to spend comparatively little money for an just acceptable performance, the LG UQ81 might be just the right TV for you. If you want a well-rounded picture quality with rich, lossless blacks and a good HDR experience, you probably won’t like this low-budget TV very much.

Pro
  • Pleasingly well finished
  • Beautiful color reproduction
  • Viewing angle stabile panel
  • Comparatively low priced
  • Wide range of screen sizes
Contra
  • Moderate contrast range
  • True HDR brilliance is missing
  • Not ideal for bright surroundings
  • Loss of detail in dark scenes
  • Few gaming features
  • No 3D sound
  • Stand allows wobbling
  • Somewhat sluggish navigation
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Reflections
22%
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Viewing Angle
60%
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SDR Image Quality Icon
SDR Image Quality
40%
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HDR Image Quality Icon
HDR Image Quality
13%
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Movies & Series
40%
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Gaming Icon
Gaming
62%
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Sports Icon
Sports
45%
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Equipment
71%
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Reflections
22%
Viewing Angle
60%
SDR Image Quality
40%
HDR Image Quality
13%
Movies & Series
40%
Gaming
62%
Sports
45%
Equipment
71%
Rating v2.5

The LG UQ81 and the alternative options worth mentioning

For a comparatively low surcharge, you get the LG QNED81 with better HDR performance and greater color coverage. Samsung’s QLED Q60B offers a much higher contrast range and therefore a deep black with less detail loss. A quality league above is the Sony X90J. This TV is superior to the UQ81 in all aspects and is a really interesting device in terms of price.

LG QNED80
4K / UHD
120 Hz
2x HDMI 2.1
Sony X90J
4K / UHD
120 Hz
2x HDMI 2.1

Good manufacturing quality is demonstrated by the LG UQ81

At just over 21 kilograms, the 4K TV lifts comparatively lightly out of the shipping box onto our test table. We quickly mounted the two-piece stand – the same one as LG’s QNED81, by the way – and could already take a closer look at the budget model. At first glance, our 65-inch test device with the label 65UQ810009LB makes a good impression.

As expected, the TV’s crescent-shaped base attracts our attention a bit negatively. As with the step-up model, the base does not make a very stable impression and leaves quite a bit of room for wobbling. The slightly lower total weight compared to the QNED is also not really noticeable here.

  • Good build quality
  • Sufficient space even for larger soundbars
  • Cable routing through the base possible
  • Portfolio of numerous sizes
  • Weak stand
  • No connector covers

Despite its plastic, the LG UQ81 doesn't look cheap

However, the material impression only reveals that the back, the frame and also the stand are largely made of plastic when you take a closer look and place your hand on it. However, this is not a problem at all in our opinion and is of course due to the comparatively low sales price of the LG UQ81.

As with the model from LG’s slightly more expensive QNED family, the UQ also leaves you enough space to the upper edge of the casing and can thus also be placed behind higher soundbars without covering the lower edge of the screen.

LG UQ81 Front Logo
From a visual point of view, the TV makes a good impression.

Possibility to store your cables

The cable routing also goes through the middle of the base and allows you to route all cables cleanly from the plug to the third-party device or the power connection.

Using the VESA 300 x 200 standard, you can attach the TV to a suitable wall mount and thus position it even more easily.Β If you are not yet familiar with this topic, we recommend you to take a look at our guide for selecting and installing a suitable TV mount.

In terms of screensizes, you have a somewhat broader range of options than usual. In addition to the classic frames of 50″, 55″, 65″ and 75 inches, LG also offers an intermediate size of 70 inches for the UQ81, as well as a 43-inch screen diagonal for PC gamers. Thus, you can choose from a total of six different variants.

LG UQ81 β€” A convincing color performance

Of course, you should not expect a real picture miracle in this price range. Nevertheless, the LG UQ81 can leave one or two positive impressions in terms of display quality. But what do you actually get when you buy this TV? Technically speaking, you would be placing a so-called IPS panel with a Direct LED base without local dimming, which means multi-zone illumination, in your room.

This has some advantages but also disadvantages. One of them is the natural display of colors. Image content makes a great impression and does not appear oversaturated or washed out.

  • Natural color reproduction
  • IPS panel provides viewing angle stability
  • Contrast is comparatively low
  • Small color gamut
  • Below average luminance
  • Lack of brilliance in HDR
  • Loss of detail in dark scenes

If you look at the screen from an angle, the picture remains of good quality for the most part. The saturation only decreases at a comparatively wide perspective, and only then does a slight pallor appear. The screen clearly shows its advantages here, but of course we cannot enjoy the typical OLED level.

At first glance, the LG UQ81 can even hold its ground against much more expensive models. However, the contrast range shows why this is not really the case at the end of the day. Although this reads worse on paper than the display makes the impression in reality. This is partly due to the Direct LED backlight and partly due to the device’s rather weak peak brightness.

LG UQ81 Tile picture bright
We especially notice the low luminance in bright light.

Poor brightness prevents real brilliance

Image content in HDR is displayed on the screen, but it is really not brimming with brilliance. A luminance of 300 nits at most is the end of the line. This performance level is simply not enough for real highlights.

Thus, bright details quickly fall under the table. At the other end, the panel is so dark that details and outlines are lost in dark content, which leads to a so-called black crush.

LG UQ81 owl bright
The color reproduction is definitely one of the LG UQ81's benefits.

Blooming is also present, but it is less noticeable due to the overall dark picture. As a result of the missing brightness, the panel does not deal well with reflections. Our studio light is of course an extreme example of this.

Nevertheless, the TV is not ideal for an illuminated environment. The performance of a uniform gray screen also reveals noticeably darker edges on the panel.

LG UQ81 Pyramids dark
The picture is overall very gloomy and a black crush cannot be avoided.

If you take a closer look, you can also discover additional light spots on it. Overall, the display of our tested device tends to look slightly dirty.

Good response time with slight shadows

The content in the UQ81 is rendered on a 60 Hertz panel. In addition, it is equipped with the currently weakest Alpha5 Gen5 AI processor from the 2022 lineup. Therefore, the motion handling is not on the level of TVs that can natively display up to 120 hertz on the screen. Without interframe calculation, fast scene changes can sometimes lose sharpness and fine details in the picture drop in detail.

  • Response time on a decent level
  • Smooth calculation of intermediate images
  • Blur possible without interframe calculation
  • Jerky when interpolation is switched off

If you enable interpolation, the processor starts working and supports the display during rendering. This works smoothly and compensates stutters well. The disadvantage of the activation is – as so often – the occurrence of the Soap Opera effect. Our internal measurement of the response time repeatedly showed a result of 10 ms. This value is slightly above the manufacturer’s specification and thus could not be confirmed by us.

LG UQ81 Our reaction time measurement
Our own measurement is well over 4 ms above the manufacturer's specification.

No next-gen gaming possible on the LG UQ81

If you are looking for a model that fully supports the features of the current console generation, you will quickly encounter various equipment limitations with the LG UQ81.

The HDMI standard already reveals that there is nothing to be gained from this TV in terms of 120 hertz at 4K. An additional feature like a variable synchronization rate, VRR via AMD FreeSync, or the usual G-Sync compatibility are also not available.

  • Cloud Gaming
  • Game Optimizer shows functions at a glance
  • ALLM for reduced input lag
  • No 120 hertz gaming
  • Without Dolby Vision
  • VRR support not available

At least the budget model offers an ALLM Feature to improve the delay during controller inputs and will make friends of the cloud gaming front happy.

You can play your favorite games completely console-free via GeForce Now – assuming you have a good Internet connection. The only additional peripheral you will need is a compatible Bluetooth controller, which you can connect directly to the TV.

LG UQ81 Overwatch bright
For gaming, the UQ81 is only suitable to a limited extent.

Apart from that, the LG UQ81 features HGiG for displaying HDR content and offers you the Game Optimizer, which is already known from more expensive devices.

This allows you to see which settings the TV is currently using immediately and you do not have to search through the menu for them first.

However, we are not really convinced by the TV. Although the color reproduction is also on a high level for gaming content, the moderate contrast and the moderate peak brightness are not enough for us to give a real recommendation for a well-rounded gaming experience.

Instead, you will find more worthwhile TV devices on the market for a relatively small surcharge, which you should look for. So, we do not see the LG UQ81 as a real gaming TV.

LG UQ81 Xbox Details
Features of the current console generation are hardly supported.

The LG UQ81 is only equipped with a basic specification set

Unless a soundbar is part of the package, the audio reproduction of modern flat-screen TVs never really has the prerequisites to reasonably cover all disciplines in this area. We knew from the start that the LG UQ81 would not perform any miracles in this area considering the low price. So that was more than expected.

Generally, voices from the downward emitting speakers sound clear and can be understood sufficiently well. This puts the performance on the usual level for everyday use. True cinema atmosphere is – unsurprisingly – a foreign word for the 2.0 sound system with 20 watts of output.

Even the simulated 5.1 AI processor sound, which LG offers us as compensation, does not replace the quality of a good home theater system or a high-quality soundbar at this point. The same sound picture is present when playing loud music. The frequency range cries out for a rich bass, but the speakers cannot provide us with it. Even the somewhat thicker case is of little use here.

You also have to do without real 3D surround sound ex-factory. Neither DTS:X nor Dolby Atmos are available. Support for WiSA-compatible sound sources also falls by the wayside. However, you can still enjoy uncompressed surround sound via HDMI using eARC. In addition, there is also the option to connect via optical digital output.

  • eARC connection via HDMI
  • No three-dimensional surround sound
  • WiSA support not available
  • Lows are missing

Few features for little money

Due to the price, the South Korean manufacturer also cuts back on some of the specifications and reduces the range of features a bit.

Although the LG UQ81 comes with a preinstalled webOS 22 interface, navigation is not quite as fast as in the more expensive models due to the slower Alpha5 processor. You will also have to do without Watch & Record if you get the signal directly from the TV’s single tuner.

  • Up-to-date webOS 22 operating system
  • The usual wide range of apps
  • Several voice assistants selectable
  • Watch & Record not available
  • Without Hands Free Voice Control
  • Somewhat slow navigation

The Hands Free Voice Control, which allows you to send voice commands directly to the TV, is also limited to the premium segment of the portfolio. Fortunately, the popular Magic Remote has not fallen victim to the cutback, but it comes in a simpler version without NFC.

However, nothing changes in the choice of your voice assistant. You can still choose between ThinQ AI, Google’s voice assistant or Alexa. You will also not have to do without Airplay and Homekit. As usual, you will find a wide range of apps in the extensive store. If necessary, you can also record directly via USB.

LG UQ81 Magic Remote Control
You also get the popular Magic Remote in the low-priced model segment.

HDR calibration

Out of balance before start of calibration

After we had Calman check the actual state of our test device, we were astonished when we received the evaluation. Luminance gradations are partly reproduced by the TV with more than 4 points being too brightΒ across the entire performance level of the display.

Especially in bright levels, the screen demonstrates a proper red cast and moves almost 10 points above the target value. The blue portion of the picture is exactly the opposite and is more than 9 points below the standard. This makes the RGB balance appear visibly uneven.

LG UQ81 vor der Helliglkeitskalibrierung
Abweichende Werte

The gamma value shows a deviation of up to 0.14 and is almost beyond the prescribed value of 2.2 over the entire measuring range. The color representation is also quite noticeable as being imprecise.

Especially blue is relatively far off with almost three and red with clearly more than 2 error points. Accordingly, the transition colors cyan and yellow are also affected. A homogeneous result looks different.

LG UQ81 before color calibration
No exact representations of the colors.

Noticeably better, but not perfect after calibration

Based on the values we measured, we completely readjusted the LG UQ81. Even though we were not completely satisfied with the final result, we could still get some precision out of the panel.

Brightness levels are now consistently displayed with a significantly lower average error, which settles at around 1.7 points. The gamma value is also much better now and mostly within the default, except for minor inconsistencies.

LG UQ81 after brightness calibration
We get a more balanced final result afterwards.

Although there has also been a significant improvement in color balance, we would have wished for a bit more residual precision, especially for blue. The color fidelity tolerance has also shown considerable progress.

However, there is still some room for improvement in this area, since the deviations are still too large for us. Nevertheless, we can conclude that image content now appears considerably better on the LG UQ81’s display.

LG UQ81 after color calibration
Better but still not quite enough.

LG UQ81 Datasheet

43UQ8100 technical specifications

Screen diagonal43 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)967 x 564 x 57 mm
Weight without stand8,9 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)967 x 629 x 249 mm
Weight with stand10 kg
Footprint (WxD)739 x 249 mm
VESA Norm200 x 200 mm
Panel typeIPS Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratio1200 :1
Color space coverage33 %
REC 202017 %
Average brightness220 Nits
Maximum brightness300 Nits
BacklightingDirect LED
Local dimming
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 6 ms
Input Lag< 10 ms
Frequency60 Hz
VRRN/A
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby VisionN/A
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption SDR54 W
Energy efficiency clas SDRG
Energy consumption HDR77 W
Energy efficiency clas HDRG
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-pictureN/A
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin TunerN/A
Audio Channels2.0
Power (W)20 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.03
HDMI 2.1
HDMI ARC
USB 2.02
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.4
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50UQ8100 technical specifications

Screen diagonal50 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1121 x 651 x 57 mm
Weight without stand12,1 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1121 x 703 x 249 mm
Weight with stand13,2 kg
Footprint (WxD)739 x 249 mm
VESA Norm200 x 200 mm
Panel typeVA Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratio4000 :1
Color space coverage33 %
REC 202017 %
Average brightness220 Nits
Maximum brightness300 Nits
BacklightingDirect LED
Local dimming
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 6 ms
Input Lag< 10 ms
Frequency60 Hz
VRRN/A
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby VisionN/A
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption SDR65 W
Energy efficiency clas SDRF
Energy consumption HDR89 W
Energy efficiency clas HDRG
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-pictureN/A
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin TunerN/A
Audio Channels2.0
Power (W)20 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.03
HDMI 2.1
HDMI ARC
USB 2.02
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.4
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55UQ8100 technical specifications

Screen diagonal55 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1235 x 715 x 58 mm
Weight without stand14 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1235 x 787 x 260 mm
Weight with stand15,4 kg
Footprint (WxD)819 x 260 mm
VESA Norm300 x 300 mm
Panel typeIPS Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratio1200 :1
Color space coverage33 %
REC 202017 %
Average brightness220 Nits
Maximum brightness300 Nits
BacklightingDirect LED
Local dimming
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 6 ms
Input Lag< 10 ms
Frequency60 Hz
VRRN/A
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby VisionN/A
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption SDR81 W
Energy efficiency clas SDRG
Energy consumption HDR109 W
Energy efficiency clas HDRG
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-pictureN/A
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin TunerN/A
Audio Channels2.0
Power (W)20 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.03
HDMI 2.1
HDMI ARC
USB 2.02
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.4
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65UQ8100 technical specifications

Screen diagonal65 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1454 x 838 x 58 mm
Weight without stand21,5 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1454 x 909 x 340 mm
Weight with stand23 kg
Footprint (WxD)784 x 340 mm
VESA Norm300 x 300 mm
Panel typeIPS Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratio1200 :1
Color space coverage33 %
REC 202017 %
Average brightness220 Nits
Maximum brightness300 Nits
BacklightingDirect LED
Local dimming
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 6 ms
Input Lag< 10 ms
Frequency60 Hz
VRRN/A
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby VisionN/A
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption SDR100 W
Energy efficiency clas SDRF
Energy consumption HDR141 W
Energy efficiency clas HDRG
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-pictureN/A
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin TunerN/A
Audio Channels2.0
Power (W)20 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.03
HDMI 2.1
HDMI ARC
USB 2.02
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.4
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70UQ8100 technical specifications

Screen diagonal70 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1562 x 907 x 60 mm
Weight without stand28,5 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1562 x 986 x 378 mm
Weight with stand31,7 kg
Footprint (WxD)895 x 378 mm
VESA Norm400 x 400 mm
Panel typeVA Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratio4000 :1
Color space coverage33 %
REC 202017 %
Average brightness220 Nits
Maximum brightness300 Nits
BacklightingDirect LED
Local dimming
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 6 ms
Input Lag< 10 ms
Frequency60 Hz
VRRN/A
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby VisionN/A
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption SDR124 W
Energy efficiency clas SDRG
Energy consumption HDR169 W
Energy efficiency clas HDRG
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-pictureN/A
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin TunerN/A
Audio Channels2.0
Power (W)20 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.03
HDMI 2.1
HDMI ARC
USB 2.02
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.4
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75UQ8100 technical specifications

Screen diagonal75 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1678 x 964 x 60 mm
Weight without stand31,4 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1678 x 1045 x 378 mm
Weight with stand34,6 kg
Footprint (WxD)895 x 378 mm
VESA Norm400 x 400 mm
Panel typeIPS Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratio1200 :1
Color space coverage33 %
REC 202017 %
Average brightness220 Nits
Maximum brightness300 Nits
BacklightingDirect LED
Local dimming
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 6 ms
Input Lag< 10 ms
Frequency60 Hz
VRRN/A
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby VisionN/A
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption SDR135 W
Energy efficiency clas SDRG
Energy consumption HDR184 W
Energy efficiency clas HDRG
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-pictureN/A
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin TunerN/A
Audio Channels2.0
Power (W)20 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.03
HDMI 2.1
HDMI ARC
USB 2.02
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.4
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Frequently asked questions about the LG UQ81

Models with IPS panels provide a generally better color quality and ensure a comparatively stable picture even when viewed at an angle. This comes at the expense of a pale black value. VA panels quickly lose quality when viewed from an angle and have disadvantages in color reproduction. In return, this technology scores with a significantly higher contrast range and a deeper black.

OLED devices light up independently because the individual pixels are capable of doing so. LED-LCD TVs need a backlight because the LCD layer inside cannot light up by itself and therefore has to be illuminated from the back.

So-called UHD stands for Ultra High Definition and features four times the number of pixels compared to Full HD. Thus, the display is generally perceived as sharper. Especially small image details benefit here.

HDMI eARC is the abbreviation for Enhanced Audio Return Channel and ensures that you can transmit the audio signal in native quality – meaning lossless – using a dedicated HDMI 2.1 port.

The 65UQ8100 has 3 HDMI 2.0 inputs but no HDMI 2.1 input, an HDMI eARC, 2 USB 2.0 ports, a digital optical TOSLINK output

The LG UQ81 is dimensioned without stand as follows (WxHxD):

  • 43 Inch: 967 x 564 x 57 mm
  • 50 Inch: 1121 x 651 x 57 mm
  • 55 Inch: 1235 x 715 x 58 mm
  • 65 Inch: 1454 x 838 x 58 mm
  • 70 Inch: 1562 x 907 x 60 mm
  • 75 Inch: 1678 x 964 x 60 mm

The LG UQ81 is compatible with the following wall mounts:

  • 43 Inch: 200 x 200 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 50 Inch: 200 x 200 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 55 Inch: 300 x 300 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 65 Inch: 300 x 300 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 70 Inch: 400 x 400 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 75 Inch: 400 x 400 mm
    Flat Pivotable
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