What is an LG OLED TV?
LG OLED TV delivers premium picture quality with breathtaking color saturation, perfect blacks and ultrawide viewing angles. LG OLED technology offers an off-the-charts contrast ratio, which is a measurement of the range between the whitest whites and the blackest blacks. This is because the design doesn't require a backlight like conventional LED TVs. For that reason, it can completely turn off as needed to reveal true blacks. An LG OLED television uses self-lighting pixels to switch on and off for greater true-to-life realism than other technologies. Beyond that, each LG OLED TV has high dynamic range (HDR) for brighter highlights and a wider range of color detail, is Bluetooth and smart capable, and comes with multiple HDMI ports to connect a Blu-ray player, game console or other devices. All of this is not to say that another LG TV model won't provide you with an impressive viewing experience. It will, but you'll need to weigh your desired features against your budget.
And speaking of cost, you'll have to decide between a 4K and 8K model. An LG OLED 4K UHD television, offering four times the number of pixels of a Full HD TV, will cost less than an 8K model, which offers four times the number of pixels of a 4K UHD TV. Also be sure to determine the optimal size for your needs. It's reasonable to assume a bigger TV is better, depending on your budget and your space. The size of your LG OLED TV is important in relation to where you and your family and friends will sit. Even though OLED 4K technology allows you sit closer than other technologies, you still can't expect a pristinely immersive experience if you're sitting nose to screen. Personal preference factors in here, but conventional wisdom says that if you're watching an LG OLED 55-inch TV, you should sit about nine feet away for optimal viewing. If you're watching an LG OLED 65-inch TV, you should sit about 10 or 11 feet away.