55" Class (54.6" Diag.) - OLED - 2160p - Smart - 3D - 4K Ultra HD TV - with High Dynamic Range: Immerse yourself in incredible detail with this LG 4K smart TV. The 55-inch screen gives it serious presence, and the picture-on-glass technology combined with the OLED technology ensures you get extraordinary color rendition and brilliant darks and lights. Enjoy a range of apps and streaming media when you connect this LG 4K smart TV up to your Wi-Fi.
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Color, Contrast, Quality, Speed
Posted by: Kenny from: on
Having gotten to sit in front of the 2015 and 2016 OLED models from LG, I have to say that this is by far the most visually impressive television I've ever gotten my hands on. The color and contrast are the best I've ever seen on a television, the quality of it is unmatched and Web OS 3.0 is the fastest television interface on the market today. The only downside is the price; because it's new, it's very expensive and it will leave your wallet hurting, but if you're a baller, go for it.
16 out of 16 found this review helpful.
Absolutely blown away by the quality of this TV
Posted by: xaos from: on
I've had this TV for a little over a week and couldn't be happier with it. To start with, the Picture on Glass design is amazing to look at. But you don't shell out this kind of money for that; the picture quality is absolutely unbelievable. The colors are as vivid and lifelike as could be hoped for and, of course, the blacks are black as black can be.
I've never been particularly interested in 3D but since this TV included it, I thought I'd play around with it a little. I discovered that I like 3D more in a home theater experience than out at the movies. The couple of movies and games that I tried popped spectacularly, so there was an unexpected bonus.
All told, I can't say enough good things about this TV. If you're considering it, I'd definitely say go for it!
19 out of 23 found this review helpful.
Best TV ever
Posted by: DanielM from: on
Although pricey, this is by far one of the best tvs you will ever see or own. Picture is amazing, its "blade" thin, and it is one of the few products that actually lives up to the hype. There is nothing that can compare to OLED or even come close.
10 out of 10 found this review helpful.
Posted by: trill from: on
The contrast of OLEDs is stunning. The only HDR content available to me right now is Marco Polo on Netflix and the colors of the Khan's clothing are beautiful. I would say netflix 4k is fairly comparable in quality to that of a non UHD bluray if the bitrate is high enough. Hope to add more non streaming UHD sources later for a true comparison.
WebOS 3.0 is nice and while it doesn't have a proper Plex app it does see the media servers on the network for direct playback.
Only complaint is the TV has a lot of post processing effects that sometimes lower image quality (though often seems to improve it). Luckily it seems much of this can be turned off.
25 out of 32 found this review helpful.
Good picture quality until it broke.
Posted by: Jasonwr1978 from: on
The picture is good when the TV works however I'm concerned about the quality of the parts. My screen stopped working after 4 months. LG sent a tech out fairly quickly which is fine however they were not able to fix the TV. Tech support decided the entire TV panel should be replaced. The tech came out a second time and replaced the panel but it still doesn't work. Tech support determined they must have sent out a defective panel so they are sending another one. This would be the third time a tech will be coming out assuming they are able to fix the TV. I feel that expecting a customer to wait for a tech on three separate business days is unacceptable. I called executive services to ask for a replacement TV rather than a third "in-home service" and this was denied. When I explained how inconvenient this experience has been I was told "the customer will need to be inconvenienced." I was also told there is no limit to how many times a tech can try to fix the TV. I am shocked that I am having this experience with a 4,000 dollar TV. If you buy this TV you may have this same horrible experience and may be expected to miss work on multiple occasions. I will not be purchasing any more LG products and hope that after three attempts they can fix my TV. I have been without a TV now for 2 weeks.
21 out of 27 found this review helpful.
Best OLED yet, possibly best TV EVER
Posted by: Colder from: on
While OLED still hasn't been perfected (there is still minor banding and "dark edge" issues), the progress LG has made in this TV compared to previous versions will make it hard to care about the issues you might see .9% of the time. This is easily the best picture I've ever seen when playing content from high quality sources like (4k)bluray, game consoles and Netflix, and the significance of the HDR10 and Dolby Vision compatibility can't be understated. Unlike the previous EF9500, this TV no longer suffers from terrible macroblocking in dark scenes, and the only time I've seen it on the E6 was a 5 second period when the 4k stream was losing fidelity. Colors are extremely rich with contrast that still shocks me when I see movies or games on the E6 for the first time. For those that care, the smart features and Web OS 3.0 are second-to-none in the TV world. If you are a plasma lover like myself and need a new TV, OLED is the answer to your prayers. I'm so happy my EF9500 broke so I was able to get a credit and apply it towards this TV. I LOVE IT!
12 out of 14 found this review helpful.
Posted by: tordogs from: on
Thin, superb picture and color--superb 3D. Go LG!.
23 out of 32 found this review helpful.
Posted by: ND77 from: on
Excellent tv and with beautiful colors. The smart tv os is brilliant and easy to use. The contrast is simply amazing. A great buy so far.
14 out of 18 found this review helpful.
Posted by: DrJoe from: on
Blows your socks off... Dolby Vision and HDR 10 + upscaling is an experience like you've never watched TV before
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
1 OF THE BEST TVs MONEY CAN BUY vs SAMSUNG KS9500
Posted by: QuietStorm80 from: DC Area on
I decided to add a television to an additional room in my house and since I watch tv in my bedroom the most, I thought it'd be best to move my current bedroom tv (the also new, SAMSUNG KS9500) to said room and place the new tv in my bedroom. IMMEDIATELY upon turning this LG E6 on you'll notice that the black levels are astonishingly black with basically zero halo light effect around other elements of the screen or near other nonblack parts of the picture like most LED tvs (easily beating my KS9500 and any other tv for that matter). You'll also notice that for an OLED tv, this puppy can get as bright as any of the best LED tvs (matching that of my beloved KS9500). The other difference between this and my beloved KS9500 is there is ZERO motion blur around moving objects on screen (although the KS9500 DOES fair amazingly well in this regard especially for a LED tv). So why the 4 star rating instead of 5 stars? The design, the razor thin display is (in my opinion) a major draw to consumers but also an area that may worry parents. My son is almost 11 years old and the feisty rambunctious stage has long passed him but for those of you with small or young children around BEWARE. Mounting this tv on the wall (which I have yet to do) or anchoring it to the wall if it's on a stand (also which I have yet to do) is a MUST. Without doing either of these, I constantly worry it's only one midnight bathroom break away from coming crashing to the floor. The thin solid glass design is scary beautiful...literally! Best Buy made certain to open it and check it and to make you fully aware that ZERO cracks or screen defects is covered by their in-store warranty or their standard return policy upon exiting the store so take the appropriate precautions. All in all, me being partial to SAMSUNG and considering the GREAT DEGREE of love I hold for my KS9500, the new LG E6 does match and/or best it in multiple ways, and I haven't even started gaming on it yet. ENJOY FOLKS...I know I do!