LG 55" 55E6V OLED Smart TV
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55" 4K OLED 3D SMART TV/4 X HDMI/3 x USB/Wi Di/MR/Perfect Mastering Engine/Colour Prime Pro/Picture on Glass Technology/Harmon Kardon Sound/atatched Soundbar.
LG OLED TV: Meet the future of TV, encompassing the best of OLED technology.
- Resolution: 3480 x 2160
- Design: Picture on Glass
- OLED HDR: Multi HDR
- 3D, Analogue TV reception, Digital TV reception (DVB-T2/C/S2)
- ColourPrime Pro
- Perfect Mastering Picture Engine
- 4K Upscaler
- HDR Effect
- Audio Output: 40W/4.0 Channel (WF: 20W)
- OLED surround Sound
- Dolby Digital Decoder
- Harman/Kardon Sound
- Audio Codec: AC3 (Dolby Digital), EAC3, HE-AAC, AAC, MP2, MP3 PCM, DTS, DTS-HD, DTS Express, RA, WMA.
Picture on Glass: For the first time, an ultra-thin OLED panel has been bonded on a transparent glass plate. As a result, the stunning design of the LG OLED TV matches its perfect picture quality.
Sound Bar stand: The LG TV sustains itself on a strikingly elegant stand, which also comes with an integrated Sound Bar speaker. To deliver flawless sound to your ears, the Sound Bar directs its sound frontwards. Enjoy rich and deep sound in every scene.
OLED HDR: Witness a truly starry night on the LG OLED TV - the stars previously blurred on the LCD TVs, have become clearly visible here. The mechanism behind this clarity is the OLED HDR that fully supports both Dolby Vision and the Ultra HD Premium. Capable of expressing more than 20 stops of brightness, the LG OLED TV shows every detail there is in both dark and bright images of the picture.
Dolby Vision: LG OLED HDR supports Dolby Vision, which ensures brighter and sharper images are delivered with better contrast and strikingly improved colors.
Ultra HD Premium: Not all 4K TVs are the same. The ULTRA HD PREMIUM certification ensures that the picture and audio quality of the television is only of the highest standard. OLED TV complements this technology, providing the perfect pallet for you to view ULTRA HD Premium TV on
OLED Black: "LG's OLED TVs, with their ability to deliver deep blacks, showcase the recently announced NASA TV UHD channel in the best possible way, taking consumers much closer to the real experience of being in space."
- Harmonic, NASA's official partner for NASA TV UHD Channel.
Self-Lighting Pixel: Just like a living organism, these pixels turn themselves on and off, generating perfect black where perfect colors come alive. Because the backlighting panel is no longer needed, the design of the LG OLED TV looks stunning with minimal structuring. The LG OLED TV's self-lighting pixels are the architects of perfection that no other TVs can ever come close to.
Infinite Contrast: Stars shine the brightest in the pitch black sky. You can see this type of black with infinite contrast on the LG OLED TV completely turning off its self-lighting pixels.
Perfect Colour: The expanded color scope of the LG OLED TV brings billions of lifelike colors are revealed in perfect black. Let the vivid wonders of timeless masterpieces speak for themselves in the most vibrant, life-like colors.
WebOS 3.0: The LG OLED TVs take the simplicity and fun of webOS to an even greater level of entertainment with webOS 3.0. For one reason, and one reason only - so you can easily stay on top of your prime time viewing.
Magic Zoom: Magic Zoom can enlarge live screens while viewers watch. By pressing the Zoom key on the remote control, the scene can be enlarged to catch the details.
- Top-notch sound quality is the other half of a truly luxurious TV experience. On the same note, the lifelike images of the LG SUPER UHD TV are narrated in the premium sound.
Joseph, South Africa. 21 December 2016
After 2 weeks of research I swiped my card on this TV. It fits perfectly with my home setup. The only complaints that I have is that game mode for HDR is not yet released in our firmware at time of review and that there are only a handful of games on the PS4 Pro doing HDR and they aren't very good at it either. It is impossible to explain the concept of 4k HDR without seeing it first hand. All I can say on this is I want all my future content to sport HDR.