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Does it have blue tooth?
Asked by Dazza
on 6th Jul 2018
Can I wall mount this Tv?
Asked by Deepak
on 19th Jan 2018
Does this Tv come with a wall mount?
Reply by Anar
on 1st Feb 2018
No it does not come with a wall mount, you can buy it separately. It's vesa 300x300 compatible. I'm using Cinemount A43A wall mount and it works perfect.
Does this TV have a Bluetooth if so what is bluetooth version?
on 27th Dec 2017
Does this TV have a Bluetooth come with built in bluetooh? if so what is bluetooth version?
Does the TV support Wifi Direct ?
with the lg store can i install any browser ex: Google chrome?
Hi.Does it definitely have HLG?
Asked by Alex
on 3rd Dec 2017
Product spec on Curry's doesn't say, yet it does for other LG TVS. Would like to have this feature if BBC starts to use this system in future live broadcasts. Thank you.
How can I connect a Xbox 360 to this tv?
Asked by Stressed
on 20th Nov 2017
I can't seem to connect a Wii or a xbox360 to this tv.
Reply by Ken
on 11th Dec 2017
Are you kidding me? This TV has 4 HDMI inputs.
How do I tune TV other than through Virgin connection?
Asked by Ken Archer
on 7th Oct 2017
Connected this TV to Virgin box. Canít seem to tune channels through TV although I can get channels through Virgin box which is connected to HDMI port. LG LG55SJ810V wall mounted with Virgin set top box connected to HDMI 1.
Not sure to go for the LG55SJ810V or the LG55SJ850V?
Asked by Ruairi
on 18th Aug 2017
Can get the SJ810V for £899 or the LG55SJ850V for £1149. Is it worth paying the extra £250 for the 850V?? Thanks.
Reply by Mark
on 20th Aug 2017
Just bought the 49" SJ810V after looking for a TV at Currys. Talking to a guy there and seeing it for myself, No huge difference to be fair, think the only real difference is the 850v and infact 950v both have an upgraded speaker system with a sub woofer which might I add for a flat screen TV is mighty impressive. Clear highs and deep bass. Other then that maybe ever so slightly thinner and better build quality? I don't know and neither did the staff.
Side by side you can not tell and if you have a speaker system already the go for the 810v. One area the 850v might perform better is in low light. After playing around with the picture settings I managed to get it just about perfect except for one thing - Black/Dark. As with a lot of mid range TV's and LG in particular, Edge lit means blacks will not be quite as dark and deep as others but it is no way a poor TV and you only really notice if you watch in a dark room with no lights. Get an OLED if you can.