The LG SM9000 series TVs aren't LG's best LED/LCD TVs, but the price is right and they make a lot of sense. A 55-inch model goes for $1000 right now and the 65-inch goes for $1400, which is not bad considering this is LG's second-best LED TV. The question will be: How do LG's LED TVs with NanoCell technology stack up to Sony's Bravia and Samsung's QLED line up. We aim to find out, but first let's take a close look at the TV and what it's like to live with it.
LG SM9000: https://amzn.to/2LRVc01
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