LG Nano 8 Series 75SM8670PUA 75″ TV

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LG Nano 8 Series 75SM8670PUA 75″ TV
LG Nano 8 Series 75SM8670PUA 75″ TV

$2,558.50

LG Nano 8 Series 75SM8670PUA 75″ TV Price comparison

LG Nano 8 Series 75SM8670PUA 75″ TV Price History

Price History for LG Nano 8 Series 75SM8670PUA TV, 75" 4K UHD Smart LED NanoCell, 2019 model

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Current Price $2,469.95 June 22, 2024
Highest Price $2,469.95 January 26, 2024
Lowest Price $2,469.95 January 26, 2024
Since January 26, 2024

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$2,469.95 January 26, 2024

LG Nano 8 Series 75SM8670PUA 75″ TV Description

Display Quality of LG Nano 8 Series TV

This LG 8 series NanoCell TV offers stunning cinematic visuals on its generous 75″ display. Featuring a 4K ultra high-definition resolution, IPS technology and Nano Color, this TV ensures brilliant colors and ultra-realistic imagery. Its Nano Accuracy ensures the brightest whites and deepest blacks deliver an exceptional level of realism for the ultimate viewing experience. The UHD dimming produces vivid colors, sharp details and precise image reproduction for stunning picture quality.

Spectacular Audio Quality

Enjoy complete audio immersion with the LG 8 series NanoCell TV. This high-performance TV is engineered with ultra-premium speakers and Dolby Atmos audio technology that create 3D soundscapes for a truly captivating listening experience. This audio system is designed for enhanced bass and increased volume to deliver powerful and impactful sound quality that elevates your enjoyment of movies, TV shows and video games.

Premium Smart TV with AI Technology

This LG 8 series NanoCell TV comes with integrated AI technology that provides access to an impressive selection of streaming services and options. Through the LG ThinQ AI processor, you can access your favorite streaming content sources like Netflix, YouTube and more. Stream content directly to your TV with the development of LG’s signature webOS platform, providing an intuitive and easy-to-use interactive menu for a seamless viewing experience.

Advanced Picture Quality

This LG Nano 8 series TV features AI Picture, a technology that optimizes your TV’s picture quality instantly based on the type of content you’re viewing. With full array local dimming, the TV’s backlight is divided into several distinct zones, resulting in deep blacks and sharper contrast. HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision and Advanced HDR by Technicolor deliver exceptional luminance, producing vivid colors that will make every scene come to life.

LG Nano 8 Series 75SM8670PUA 75″ TV Specification

Specification: LG Nano 8 Series 75SM8670PUA 75″ TV

Brand Name

‎LG

Item Weight

‎85.54 Pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14.6 x 66.3 x 41.1 inches

Country of Origin

‎USA

Item model number

‎75SM8670PUA

Batteries

2 AAA batteries required.

Color Name

‎Black

Special Features

‎Flat

Standing screen display size

‎75 Inches

LG Nano 8 Series 75SM8670PUA 75″ TV Reviews (8)

8 reviews for LG Nano 8 Series 75SM8670PUA 75″ TV

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  1. Mat

    I purchased this tv primarily because web os has an open api. I used to be strictly a Samsung user but their “smart” TV’s are lacking, there’s no way that I was able to find to control the tv through a local API to enable scripts of some sort to automate local control without having to reach out to a cloud service. I even returned a Samsung tv last year because it wasn’t open to local communication. The LG webos does not disappoint, there are a lot of local platforms that have used the LG developer tools to create ways to control the tv locally and not use cloud apis.

    It’s taken a good bit of tweaking to get a real good picture across the board through the devices I have plugged into it, the LED dimming is a little weird but good in some situations.

    I gave 4s on the smart features because I can’t seem to currently control the live TV source with the automation application I use called home assistant. It’s either a bug in the current tv firmware or the home assistant api to the web os. Haven’t looked into it much yet because apparently it used to work for other home assistant users.

    Gaming with a PS4 pro, everything looks absolutely beautiful..

    Disclaimer, I’m coming to this 4k god from a 46″ 1080 Samsung model from 2009… But web os and the features this thing has are awesome. I couldn’t find the presidential debates tonight on local over the air channels, nor on the IP channels on the LG channels streaming (which blows my mind how much free content there is) so I pulled up the webos browser, loaded CNN.com and am now watching the debate live streaming in the webos browser on CNN.com with a pretty fantastic picture for what it is.

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  2. Kindle Customer

    The picture quality is great in the middle of the screen. On the edges, it tends to be dark when a new scene cuts in. It then begins to brighten. It doesn’t stutter when the picture pans left/right like our old television did. The dark scenes show up well. Our old TV was blotchy in dark scenes.
    The physical quality is OK. It is plastic. So, it feels weak. I worried that I might break it just laying it down to put the stand on it. But, it appears to work OK.
    The settings and smart features are hard to get used to. They are fragmented. I have to press two or three buttons each time to try and find what I want. It doesn’t have some apps I want, like NBC and Fox.
    The sound is good. I have no need for an external sound system.

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  3. Marty B

    Great tv

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  4. James Mason

    This thing has everything built in. It is smart as hell and has a great remote and voice command system. Picture is very good and the blacks are pitch black. Picture quality is better than my 2018 Samsung Q8. This was cheaper than a 75 inch Q8 and has image quality at least as good as the Q9 with the dynamic back lighting. I am very happy with this choice.

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  5. Crowd Control

    I award this tv 5 stars for the superb picture, the features, and easy setup. The picture is vibrant, and the sound, for built in speakers, is extremely adequate. If you want thundering sound for gaming, then a sound bar might be in order.
    The remote control, however, is not totally intuitive, and there is not much in the way of instructions. There is no fast forward or rewind buttons. The logic behind this device needs to improve. I have had to call customer service a few times with questions about operating this remote. They have always been prompt and helpful. Learning the remote is a 3.0 star experience. There is, however, a unique feature that I find helpful. It has a mouse that projects onto the screen to make selections easier for operation and setup. Except for the learning curve with the remote, this is a fine unit. Overall 4.75 stars

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  6. Phil

    First of all it’s heavy! You probably want to have someone around to help lift if your placing it up high. It’s just so wide and awkward to pick up by yourself without touching the screen and potentially damaging it

    Picture quality is excellent and I’m surprised by how good the sound is compared to other LG TVs I’ve owned. Using the remote as a gyroscopic mouse is a little awkward at first but it gets the job done. The ability to have both google assistant and alexa is a nice touch.

    TV comes packed really well with instructions to get it out of the box and stand attached. READ THOSE INSTRUCTIONS. It’s actually really slick how they have you do it and makes it possible to get unboxed and assembled by yourself.

    Definitely a great affordable upgrade when considering the size.

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  7. Old Austin

    I upgraded from a Sony 55″ HD Bravia bought 10 years ago to this lovely 75″ 4K piece of art. I had previously bought an LG 34-inch HD curved monitor with the same stand style. In my LR, I have a Design Within Reach 4-foot-long Sapporo shelf — two shelves tall, exactly the right height to hold a TV. But most stands for 75″ TV required more than a four-foot-long base. This stand, on the other hand, fit perfectly — moreover, it opens in the back to hide cables. So my TV is not only at the perfect height for my 30×15 foot LR, it looks super clean with no cables showing.

    The picture quality is unmatched, with super dark blacks and no motion problems at all. The Smart TV aspects are truly smart, and it updates my software (including LG, Netflix, Apple TV, and all the rest) behind the scenes and with no problems. I love the remote, which acts like a 3D mouse making selections and even entering passwords super easy.

    I got lucky and bought my TV over a weekend in the summer when it was offered on Amazon at $1399, much less than the price now, many months later. It is one of my best TV bargains ever.

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  8. Chris C.

    arrived broken

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