Launched in the year 2022, the 75UQ81006LB is a 75" 4K TV from LG. It comes with a True 8-bit IPS panel.
The max. resolution it can achieve is 3840 x 2160 with a refresh rate of 60 Hz and a pixel density of 59 ppi.
After screen size and resolution, the very next specification of a display that will impact your viewing experience is its Color Gamut.
This TV doesn't come with a color gamut specification, so we have to take a guess.
Considering the TV features a big 75 inch screen, it won't come with a cheap panel, so here we can assume its equivalent sRGB coverage to be 90-100% or above. The color quality on this TV should be Lifelike! It is capable of producing accurate colors out of the box.
Understanding the Color Gamut Specification
Color gamut specification of a TV is the measurement of the range of colors that the TV can display.
A panel with poor color reproduction will produce undersaturated/washed out colors that will spoil your immersive experience.
Different manufacturers use different measurement standards to specify color gamut. Such as — sRGB, NTSC, DCI P3 to name a few.
But you don't need to worry about that, below is a chart that will help you choosing a TV with good color accuracy.
After color gamut, next in the list that will impact your experience is Static Contrast.
Understanding the static contrast specification
A TV with high enough static contrast ratio will produce natural deep blacks while a TV with low contrast ratio (<1000:1) will produce images that look muddy as shown in the below image.
As you see, this will rob your experience considerably.
Also, static contrast ratio and resolution go hand in hand when it comes to details. To put it into perspective, a TV with low contrast ratio will produce less shades of colors, so lesser detail overall.
If given a choice, always prefer a FHD TV with high contrast ratio over a 4K TV with low contrast ratio.
We couldn't find a static contrast ratio specification for this TV. So we have to make an assumption again based on the TV's other specifications. FYI — IPS panels come with a static contrast ratio between 700:1 - 1500:1. Now, for a 4K TV, we can guess the ratio would be >= 1200:1.
HDR10 Pro and HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) are also supported on this TV.
As for brightness, it is can produce a peak brightness of 250 nits, powered by Direct LED backlight technology.
If you are not interested in gaming, you can safely ignore these specs. But if you are also planning to use the TV for gaming or use it as a PC monitor, you would want to get a TV that features the lowest input lag and response time.
Sadly, LG did not specify the input lag on this unit. Now, as this is not a cheap TV, we can expect an input lag of less than 20ms.
Understanding Input lag and response time
This lag is the amount of time at which your key-presses/mouse movements changes the content of the TV. Though, this won't matter much if you aren't into competitive/FPS games like call of duty.
Although for better experience, get a TV that features an input lag and response time of less than 20ms.
Ergonomics and Dimensions
Now, speaking of ergonomics — VESA mount is supported on this TV with an interface size of 400 x 400 mm. There is no Swivel, Tilt or Pivot feature support on this TV.
The width of this TV is 66 inches while its height is 41.14 inches.
It is 2.36 inches thick. Overall this TV weighs approximately 34.6 Kgs including its stand. Without stand, it weighs 31.4 Kgs.
Hardware and Audio
The chipset of LG 75UQ81006LB is powered by a Quad Core CPU. There is no data about the available RAM on the TV's specsheet.
Speaking of OS, the LG 75UQ81006LB runs webOS 22 Operating System.
For display connectivity, there are three HDMI 2.0 ports on this TV.
To connect USB devices, you will have two USB 2.0 ports. Other connectivity ports include — 1x Satellite In (F-type female), 1x Antenna (RF) (female), 1x CI+ 2.0 and 1x Ethernet RJ45.
Wireless connectivity options on this TV include a 5Ghz Wi-Fi, 2.5 Ghz Wi-Fi, Wifi-Direct, Bluetooth 5.0 and DLNA.
For audio, LG has provided 2 x 10W built-in speakers on the TV.
Speaking of power usage, on average, it consumes 135 Watts. On standby, it takes 0.5 Watts.
It supports a power outlet of 220 V - 240 V/50 Hz - 60 Hz.