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LG Electronics OLED65B6P Flat 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2016 Model): Stop Watching. Start Seeing. With perfect black and intense color enhanced by both standard and Dolby Vision HDR, LG OLED brings you a world of beauty without compromise.
The individually illuminating OLED pixels can brighten, dim and power off fully to achieve perfect black. That means contrast – the ratio between the lightest and darkest areas of the screen—is truly infinite. Perfect black is essential to a more lifelike image as well as the great shadow detail you can only get with OLED.
LG OLED TVs display a color palette that virtually matches the vast range of hues seen in today’s high-end digital cinemas. With over a billion rich colors at its disposal, LG OLED TV delivers a theater-quality experience at home.
OLED HDR delivers a stunning high dynamic range picture, including support for Dolby Vision content. Enjoy brilliant brights and the deepest darks for infinite contrast, rich color and an exceptional viewing experience, closer to what filmmakers intended. With their perfect black and cinematic color, LG OLED TVs have also earned prestigious Ultra HD Premium certification.
Dolby, Dolby Vision, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
The LG 2016 B6 is a great balance between cost, mature OLED technology that’s future proofed, and industry leading visuals
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As a big follower of OLED technology for several years now, I was almost 100% sure that I was going to buy the EF9500, which I almost did during the Holiday season of 2015. But like any electronic, the most important question to ask is “will it worth it to just wait until next year?”. This question kept me curious to wait until CES 2016 just to see if LG had anything really worthy up their sleeves. Turned out that LG did have something worthwhile to show to the electronic world with the new 2016 signature line of OLED TVs. Although nothing would make me happier than having a 65″ OLED of my own right now, patience for the right TV has kept me from making an $10,000 investment in Oled a few years ago when the technology was just taking baby steps. Patience is also what’s going to get me a great deal on a 2016 Oled this holiday season. Along with the rest of the 2016 signature Oleds (G6, E6, B6, C6 all share the same video processor and specs), the B6 Oled is on the “lower end” and a great combination between 2016 Oled technology and cost. These are the Oleds you’ve been waiting for, and if you were on the fence on just buying an older model for a steep discount, allow me to explain why I feel its worth the wait to buy a 2016 Oled instead.
OLED Provides the best picture available, period. Best TV for gaming on the market.
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Warning: This is NOT an entry-level TV. If you are looking for something you can plug in and not worry about, don’t even bother.
The Pros, Cons and Oks for the OLED (HR).
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Best of the best.
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Returned a Samsung 4K UHD tv for this one. Go for it. Best TV for the money out there. Absolutely love it.
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I love the TV in almost all of the aspects. Clear picture, good design.
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I love OLED. I like this tv so much we ended up getting two of them. I like the smart tv features, and the tv looks great when watching high quality sources (broadcast tv is not high quality). The darks are dark and once you get it calibrated it’s a gorgeous picture. Best I’ve seen.
Beautiful picture after some calibration
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Initially there was a delivery issue only a driver was sent with no tools or back to set it up. Waited an hour for installation helper to come. They did a good job to set it up. The picture out of the box was “OK”. I went to AVS Forum to get calibration settings to use. I calibrated according to posting on the AVS site and made a huge difference. I have not had any burn in issues to this point, which is over 5 weeks of heavy use. I did run the app that cleans up artifacts and other issues. It seemed to make the picture clearer. I love it. have it paired with a Samsung 4 k blue ray player. Purchased latest 4k Star trek movie. Wow what colors and beautiful detail. Some non HD cable channels only are so-so. It really does depends on the source content, All in all happy so far.
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The TV is GREAT, especially if you adjust settings according to someone’s recommendations (I used Consumer Reports).. The OLED picture is fine no matter the viewing angle. Be careful of sites that offer a lower price. Check out reviews that warn of bait-and-switch tactics before purchasing.
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It took a month to get this. The shipping company was terrible and it took them two weeks to deliver the final 100 miles. The TV is excellent and wows everybody. It is great for bright rooms and reflects almost nothing. I would recommend a backlighting system. WEB OS is cool too. Now if I can just find some 4K programming??