The uh9500 review is LG’s flagship LCD TV for this year. It’s part of the brand’s Super UHD line, which also includes the less expensive UH8500 and the more premium OLED 65EF9500 model.
The UH9500 offers LG’s most advanced IPS panel, with a number of new and refined technologies to improve the picture quality. For example, 'True Black Panel' minimises reflections for a more comfortable viewing experience, while 'Contrast Maximizer' delivers more depth and contrast by separating objects from their backgrounds. The TV can even display HDR content with ULTRA Luminance processing.
Picture quality is excellent on the uh9500, with a very wide colour gamut and great detail. There’s a clear improvement in colour saturations and brightness over previous LG LCDs, making the pictures look more realistic and vivid. Skin tones and subtle blends are especially impressive. The TV supports HDR10 and Dolby Vision, with the latter allowing for more precise color reproduction. The TV can even analyze and optimize HDR content on a scene-by-scene basis.
The TV uses LG’s latest iteration of their smart platform, WebOS 3.0, which is a breeze to navigate and use. It comes with a universal remote and support for popular streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Video out of the box. There’s also access to the brand’s content store, which includes free and paid apps. The smart platform is stable and fast, although more competitive gamers may notice a little input lag when playing games at higher frame rates.