Experience stunning pictures and vivid colors on this 65-inch LG OLED 4K smart TV with HDR. Since the pixels can be individually controlled, the blacks appear deeper and the colors more vibrant. This LG OLED 4K smart TV uses webOS 3.0 to let you easily connect to streaming services and mobile apps.
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IMO - The best TV with the best tech for the price
Posted by: Wildw0od from: Philadelphia on
I purchased the OLED65B6P about a week ago. I had it installed this weekend on the wall in my living room. It's been two days and I can't begin to describe how great the viewing experience has been. I think LG knocked this one out of the park, and they deserve acknowledgement for what they have achieved. At $4,500.00, it is still expensive. I get why. The technology, the design, the OS, etc., and a host of other things the techs and professional reviewers can spat are what justify it's price. This TV is the new benchmark other 4K's will be judged by. Rightly so. In car terms, this thing is the 911, or the 488 GTB.
First, what you've already heard. Perfect blacks and infinite contrast. At night time, with the lights out and watching Gravity and Interstellar, it was hard to tell where the TV began or ended, other than a slight shimmer or reflection off the LG logo at the bottom center of the set from the light generated by the TV. I've never owned a plasma, but I have friends and family that have. This is just as good, if not better, from what I can tell.
Viewing angles are spectacular. No matter where I sit in the room, the picture looks exactly the same.
The up-scaling on this thing is incredible. One of the first things I did with my son, was play HALO 1 CE. As old as that game is, this TV gave us a reason to play through the entire campaign again. Cut scenes and real time came alive in ways I did not think possible for a game fifteen years old. It didn't change anything with the graphics, but the colors are so much better on this set, than anything I have played on. From there I moved on to Dead Space, Mass Effect 2 & 3 and ended with Assassins Creed Black Flag. Black Flag was by far my favorite. When I am finished with this review, I plan to go back to it. This is not a gaming monitor, and it cannot compete with tools focused on that particular genre. However, it is no slouch at performing when in Gaming mode. If you want something that looks good that you can play games on, this set is above average in my opinion.
Web OS 3.0 is fluid and easy to use. My son is 5 and picked up the remote and navigated the menus without a problem. I don't doubt anyone can figure out the control in a few minutes. I am not an avid fan of the wii remote UI, but it is easy to use and effective. Voice control is okay. Much like the XBOX One, voice controls are only effective without background noise. With two kids running around and playing, it's not very effective. When it's quiet, it can make things easier.
The TV performs well. Apps load in relatively short time. I am still not certain it is better than using a multi-media device like the One, 360, Roku, or Apple TV, but it can save a few clicks rather than having to switch the source. The two channels on one screen probably has uses I cannot yet attest two. I have ideas, however I cannot yet say I have done anything with this feature at this point.
I have only had a short time with this TV, and it is every bit as stunning and beautiful as what I have heard and seen in research and reviews. I look forward to educating myself further on what it can do. If you are on the fence, I highly recommend this TV. I was also contemplating purchasing the the 55 inch. The savings there is pretty significant, however, the 65 will not disappoint. You'll never wish you went smaller. If you have the means get it. If not, I am sure the 55 will be fine. You're still getting the top of the line in TV technology today.
I own two Samsung TV's. I researched their JS models for the better part of a year, and their regular UHD TVs before that, but I am not a fan of curved TVs, by any manufacturer. Why have we spent all these years making TV thinner and flat? Then manufacturers redesign it, adding a few inches off the wall and charge more? I am sure some would say that with a perfect viewing angle, directly in front of the TV at an optimal distance, there is no better experience, and that may be true. My preference is and always will be flat.
The negatives...so far, the only real complaint I had was the white power chord. I am waiting for an electrician to come and put an outlet directly behind the TV. Depth from the drywall to the firewall was too shallow for the bridge. The chords are bundled and zipped tied down to the entertainment center, temporarily. It won't be a problem in the long run, but the white chord doesn't blend with my set up and just stands out. For those of you planning not to hide behind a wall or molding after mounting to a wall, just keep in mind that LG's backing on the TV and their chord are white.
3D, plain and simple, this TV can't do it, however, it is not a problem for me or my family. We have one 3D movie and have watched it only once in 3 years. I think this TV should be an additional 300-500 discounted, so as to place it in line under the C, which can do 3D, however, it is not. I think marketers know customers want flat, and those not willing to step up to the E, will eat the cost. It wasn't a deal breaker for me, but it might be for some.
3D is not important to me, but it may be for you. If so, this TV won't be an option for you anyway. I think in a few years time, devices like the Oculus Rift and Gear VR will surpass it. Though I think VR and 3D are more fads than trends. I could be wrong.
To wrap up, I am immensely pleased with this TV. OLED is a game changer and as time goes on, it will only become more common and affordable. It may not be perfect, but for the price, there is nothing that I have seen which compares.
116 out of 127 found this review helpful.
Best TV you can buy
Posted by: John from: on
Yes, OLED is priced higher than other TV tech, but you get what you pay for. The color, black levels, and viewing angles are unmatched by transmissive LED tech. I tried the best screens from Sony and Samsung (check my previous verified purchases) and returned them....mainly for pitiful off angle picture degradation. I had been spoiled by my pioneer plasma previously.
In my opinion the B6 made the most sense for me because I don't care about 3D and I have no need for a built in sound bar that doesn't even come with a subwoofer.....who spends $3-4K on a tv and doesn't add aftermarket sound systems anyway?
Great for games, movies and sports. Only knock, wish a bigger screen (75+) was available for less than the price of a new car.
42 out of 43 found this review helpful.
LG OLED 65 B6
Posted by: PiperP123 from: on
Purchased this set on Aug. 1st had my eye on this tv for some time. When I saw the price had dropped $1,000 I went ahead took the plunge. I must say that these lg oled's are in a class by themselves. The color and contrast on this thing is incredible. Also the up scaling is also first rate, I have directv and all the HD channels look just spectacular. One of the first things I watched was The Hobbit-The Battle of the Five Armies on Cinemax. Now, I must have seen this movie at least a half dozen times on my Samsung UHD and always marveled at how good it looked, but on this LG set it was like watching it for the first time! It looked like UHD Blu-ray Disc. And speaking of that, I also got the Samsung 8500 4K Bluray player shortly after getting the tv. Now, if you really want to know what this tv is capable of, pop in a copy of The Revenant set the picture mode to standard and the brightness to 52. If you notice that your socks are missing it's because they've been knocked off and are probably on the other side of the room. Watching this disc instantly validated the purchase of this set, the most incredible visuals I have ever seen on a tv. And all this without any calibration of any kind. If you are in the market for a new tv and don't mind paying a bit more for it, you will not be disappointed.
44 out of 48 found this review helpful.
Mother of God...
Posted by: adrenalinkc from: on
I loved my Panasonic 50GT30 a lot.
I see absolutely no way to improve this television. If your only complaint is the speakers, you shouldn't be allowed to own one. This thing deserves to be complimented by a solid surround sound system. That's like having the best cake ever with bad icing.
The clarity, brightness, darkness, and simple overall flawlessness of this tv exceeded my expectations exponentially. I legitimately could only be happier if it was a 75" #AMERICA. If this is a purchase you're contemplating, do it. You will not regret it.
44 out of 50 found this review helpful.
This TV has exceeded my expectations!
Posted by: AppleGuy from: on
After a lot of research I've determined the 2016 LG UHD 4K TV is the best technology in the market today! It is worth the cost and when all was said and done Best Buy was the most cost effective place to buy (believe me I shopped everywhere). To my surprise, two weeks after my purchase my sales person called me to tell me the price was reduced another $500 and offered a retroactive price match. (Of course they are no fools, I used those funds towards purchase of a new AV Receiver). The TV image quality with over 8 million pixels and the unique OLED ability to totally turn off individual pixels gives the ultimate vivid blacks resulting in UNBELIEVABLE contrast and quality. The upscaling of ordinary 1080P cable to 4K makes it worth the investment by it self. Shows, videos & movies that originate in 4k become the icing on the cake. They should have told me more about the simplicity of the remote control, it is terrific! It gives you an on screen cursor, you just point and click.. SUPER SIMPLE! I had no idea technology had improved this much in the last few years!
38 out of 42 found this review helpful.
Amazing amazing amazing
Posted by: Countless from: on
Clear crip picture. Does it have 3D? No but the picture quality is amazing. Thought about the E6 but wasn't gonna pay the extra $1000 just to get 3D and a little better sound. Everyone that walks in the room notices the picture quality. Is the price scary? Yes but but I'm glad I spent the money.
Cons: Sound. My goodness this tv has bad sound. But the guys at bestbuy cut me a deal for a sound bar when I was buying the tv and I'm glad they did.
Tippy. The base almost seems to small. I'd feel better if it was wall mounted.
31 out of 34 found this review helpful.
What your eyes never knew they wanted
Posted by: ADH707 from: on
I cannot begin to explain how amazing this TV is. The picture quality is beyond anything I have ever seen before. The blacks are perfect black. The colors pop off the screen. Everything is top of the line. Best purchase I have ever made. Watch one episode of Game of Thrones on here, preferably the most recent episode on 06/19/16 and you will be floored. Would recommend to anyone. I know the price is high, but you literally get what you pay for in this case.
37 out of 47 found this review helpful.
Excellent TV for Videophiles
Posted by: putty21 from: on
I did a lot of research prior to buying this screen and it payed off, a little pricy but worth it. The infinite contrast from pitch blacks to bright whites allows colors and picture details to explode of of the screen. Had to tweak the Auto-motion plus to my liking as I saw blurry artifiacts with the conventional smooth/clear settings, use the "user" setting and slider bars to adjust to your preference. WebOS 3.0 is the best smart tv platform I've ever used and is very user friendly. I chose the B6 because I already have a surround sound system in place at home and didn't see the big need for 3D, if one can do without these options then there's no need to buy the more expensive E6 or G6 as an upgraded soundbar and 3D are the only differences in these models... I upgraded from a Samsung Plasma 1080p 600Hz set and imo, the OLED completely outdoes the Plasma, very happy with OLED tech!
37 out of 47 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Goodguy from: on
Before my Geek Squad buddies turned on my new TV they told me I should sit down. My last TV was a rear projection 50" blah, blah, blah...
I really thought it had a good picture.
Okay, it was a good thing I was sitting down.
I spent from about 4:00 pm to around midnight staring at this portal with my mouth open.
When you can see the pores in the faces of some very attractive people, OMG !
And then there are the shows that ARE out there in 4K, thank you NETFLIX.
Thank you for "Stranger Things".
Put one of these in everyone's living room and no one would need to do drugs.
24 out of 29 found this review helpful.
Pricey, but Magnificent
Posted by: chuckwingo from: on
This is a fantastic display. I bought it to replace a 6 year old Plasma screen, as I wanted to upgrade to the new 4K HDR display, and IMHO OLED is the only technology on the market that does as good a job as plasma with real blacks, which means really good contrast.
The picture is noticeably sharper than my old Plasma screen, to the point where with certain programs it almost looks 3D. (Note that this is NOT the 3D model).
I use DishNetwork for regular TV, and I've noticed that certain channels and even within channels certain programs have a sharper picture than others. This is only a guess, but I attribute this to the quality of the signal supplied to DishNetwork. When viewing Blu-ray DVDs the picture is uniformly remarkable; vivid colors, great contrast, and an incredibly sharp picture. You really feel like it's real.
The remote takes a little getting used to, and the menu structure can be a little confusing, but since once I had it set up to my liking I rarely use the remote this is not a big issue.
Also, while not really a big deal, I was disappointed that the power cord is a little short, and wired into the unit. If, like me, you run all your cabling through the wall to hide them, you may be left with one cable showing.
There is virtually no bezel around the screen. My old plasma unit was a 50 inch screen, and this 65 inch unit is only a few inches wider and virtually the same height.
I've also noticed that there is much less glare on the screen from external light sources, like overhead lights.
It's an expensive TV, but in spite of the few minor problems I mentioned above I'm VERY happy with it, and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone who wants to a great picture.