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Shopping for new TVs is one of my favourite things to do as a consumer. Comparing technologies and evaluating how different manufacturers try to differentiate their products with smart features and hardware extras is like catnip to me. Of course, like most people, I don’t get to shop for TVs very often. However, in a quest to fill a new three-floor house after living in an apartment for the better part of two decades (a subject for another post), I recently had opportunity to shop for a pair of 4K TVs. After plenty of browsing and research I settled on a curved 55-inch Samsung Tizen and a giant (but curiously cheap) 65-inch Vizio. I’m pretty happy with both, but the one key technology in which I didn’t invest is HDR, or high dynamic range. This relatively new tech is meant to delivers deeper blacks, brighter whites, and richer colours. And after testing an Xbox One S over the last couple of weeks – which supports both 4K resolution and HDR (the latter of which I couldn’t test with my TVs) – I was wondering if maybe I made a mistake. Then LG offered to loan me one of its HDR sets: The 55-inch 55UH85, a 4K LCD IPS with 240Hz refresh rate. It’s in some ways inferior to the South Korean manufacturer’s premium OLED sets, which are known for their inky blacks, but it’s far from a budget panel, retailing for a suggested $2,999. 99 (though at the time of this writing I found it at big... It is undeniably chic, eschewing the traditional black bezel, stand, and rear panel of most modern TVs in favour of curved aluminum and white plastic. Even the power cord is white rather than black. It’s an obvious play for consumers concerned about how a big TV will impact the look and feel of their living space, and I suspect it will be somewhat successful. The black wood effect remote is a little less stylish, but its layout makes sense and the button in the centre of the direction pad doubles handily as a scroll wheel. It also acts a bit like a Wii remote, allowing you to point it at the screen and click to select and adjust settings through a series of visually oriented menus. Add in loads of worthwhile webOS 3. 0 smart features – Netflix (a good source for native 4K content), YouTube, and a web browser, plus some Canadian-specific apps in the form of the Cineplex Store and Rogers Anyplace – and you should feel like... Gradation isn’t quite as smooth as I’d have liked – I could sometimes detect subtle lines demarcating shifts in hue when presented a broad swath of a single colour (though it’s worth noting this isn’t nearly as apparent as it is on my Vizio set) –... The effect of HDR – the 55UH85 supports both HDR10 and Dolby Vision – was a little harder to get a handle on. The first thing you need to do is turn HDR on for each individual HDMI input. It’s not as easy as it should be. I found this setting buried pretty deep in the configuration menu (strangely located far down under general settings rather than in picture settings). And it’s not called HDR, but rather Ultra HD Deep Color. Once you turn HDR on, the TV will restart. When HDR content begins playing you’ll see a little message pop up in the corner of your screen notifying you that you’re experiencing HDR. That seems a bit much to me. I suspect plenty of casual users will never even know that they need to turn HDR on. And if they do, they may not be able to figure out how to do it. . Be aware, too, that your content needs to support HDR. The Xbox One S offers HDR, but currently there are no games that support it (those are coming this fall). However, I was able to try a couple of HDR-supported Netflix shows and an Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray. The difference HDR makes to contrast isn’t as pronounced as I’d expected based on the demonstrations shown in many stores (though those are usually on OLED sets). That said, I was certainly able to make out more detail in shadowy scenes. In particular, there was a noticeable difference in the big battle at the end of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice with HDR switched on. Rather than big splotches of blackness covering the ground I could see individual bits of dark debris. I was also able to make out more detail in character costumes when they weren’t under bright lights.
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