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View Poll Results: 65" Sony A95K or LG G2?
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Old 03-03-2023, 04:51 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by grodd View Post
LG G2 at the 65 in size has an issue with uniformity and will have one side of the screen pushing magenta. I would stay away from that size on the LG.
Can anyone elaborate on this? is this exclusive to the 65? is the 77 better or worse?
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Old 03-03-2023, 05:05 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Talal86 View Post
Can anyone elaborate on this? is this exclusive to the 65? is the 77 better or worse?
LG has a major uniformity issue with the G2 in the 65 inch size.
Much more so than any of the other big 3 TV models. (LG, Sony, Samsung) The right side of the screen has a pinkish tint. It's also slightly apparent on the left as well. Yes the 77 in size is better with off and on axis tinting.

A good example is here where the G3 is making improvement from the G2 model.

The tinting is still there but it's made some big improvements. You can read more about the tinting problem at or watch various videos on youtube.

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