We go as a consequence the best Day, Night, HDR and Dolby Vision settings on the LG B6 OLED TV. Read the full in-depth review.
Ok gentlemen, I went to another Best Buy ( some super nice guys there Matt and Cooper at the Pineville Best Buy in Charlotte, NC, they let me do this to all these oleds )and brought my Leo Bodnar input lag tester. I tested almost all of the LG oled's out there for 2015 and 2016 including the following tv's: 55B6, 65B6, 65EF9500, 55EG9100, 65eg9600, 55ec9300 and 55C6 All tvs were put into Home Mode, pixel shift turned off and I tried both game mode with all "enhancements " off and also tried PC input with Game Mode. 55B6 Firmware 3.10.16 Game Mode ( 54.4ms ): IMG_2472 by CoolHandsM3 , on Flickr PC Mode with Game Mode ( 62.6ms) : IMG_2473 by CoolHandsM3 , on Flickr 65B6 Firmware 3.10.16 Game Mode (54.2ms): IMG_2474 by CoolHandsM3 , on Flickr PC Mode with Game Mode ( 62.2ms) : IMG_2475 by CoolHandsM3 , on Flickr 55C6 Game Mode ( 34.4ms ): PC Mode with Game Mode ( 48.3ms ): 55EG9100 Game Mode ( 48.2ms ): PC Mode with Game Mode ( 31.2ms ): IMG_2478 by CoolHandsM3 , on Flickr 65EF9500 Firmware 3.01.15 Game Mode ( 55.6ms ): IMG_2476 by CoolHandsM3 , on Flickr PC Mode with Game Mode ( 61.7ms ): 65EG9600 Game Mode ( 53.8ms ): 55ec9300 Firmware 3.01.55 PC Mode with Game Mode ( 29.6ms ) IMG_22491 by CoolHandsM3 , on Flickr Some lessons we can take away here. 1: PC mode on 4k oled tv's have much higher lag than being in standard game mode. 2: PC mode on 1080p Oled's give lowest lag. 3: Those saying the 65 and 55 B6 has no lag or is significantly better than the eg9600 or ef9500. sadly that is not true. 4: Lag over 50ms is beyond what I can tolerate, input lag is subjective so keep that in mind. 5: The 55c6 is the lowest lag available for a 4k Oled. 6: My lag tester is not broken, kinda bummed alot of people just didn't want to believe the numbers I got :/ 7: PC mode is changing input icon to PC, game mode means game picture mode. I think I got most of the oled's out there right now , any questions please let me know Hope this helps!
View content at four times the resolution of 1080p with the LG E6P-Series 55"-Class UHD 3D Smart OLED TV . It will upscale lower-resolution video sources to near-4K quality for improved clarity. This TV has a 55" OLED display for enhanced black levels and virtually infinite contrast. Being OLED HDR-compatible, it can display a wider range of color than non-OLED HDR TVs. The E6P has built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity to allow access to your favorite apps and Internet-based content via the LG Content Store and the integrated web browser plus media sharing and screen mirroring with your other compatible smart devices such as your smartphone or tablet. With four HDMI inputs, there are multiple options for connecting high-definition video sources. It also features a composite RCA input that can act as a hybrid port able to accept a component video input for analog HD sources. Three USB ports are also onboard for connecting multimedia peripherals like flash drives.
Originally Posted by Esox50 You and Cleveland Plasma keep saying this, but in my area since November I could have had it delivered within 3 days on
LG"s 2016 OLED TVs feature HDR Pro, assuring a superior HDR viewing experience, with increased contrast ratio and color range. LG"s entire OLED line is expected to be among the industry"s first to be certified as "Ultra HD Premium," meeting the stringent premium performance requirements just released by the UHD Alliance. The Ultra HD Premium certification applies only to products that meet the most demanding performance standards for resolution, peak luminance, black levels, wide color gamut and audio quality, among other criteria. LG 2016 OLED TV lineup supports the industry-standard HDR formats established by the world"s leading broadcasters, film studios and consumer electronics manufacturers, such as HDR10 and DolbyVision™ HDR technology, making them among the first to be compatible with all formats.
If it was me I would do 1 of 2 things. Remove the vertical bars and move the tv up and just put 2 bolts in the top 2 holes of the tv.I
Who said anything about CP? Amazon didnt have units to sell during parts of the 4th quarter. If Amazon doesnt have inventory then nobody does. Skyworth was the other big customer of LG Display"s OLED panels and they explicitly stated that they couldnt get enough units. It is only in the last month that the supply situation started to improve.
LG Electronics is running a limited-time VIP pre-launch program for its 2016 65-inch 4K Signature Series OLED TV, awarding selected dealers a total of about 20
It would be nice if you told us what more you get with the 65G6 than with the 65E6. What does that extra thousand-dollars get you? — The difference between the E6 4K Flat OLED TVs and G6 4K Flat OLED Signature series models is primarily cosmetic. Picture quality in both is the same and both have passive 3D capability. Both have a picture on glass thin design, but the E6 has a small section of its cabinet near the bottom that is thicker than the “picture on glass” of the OLED panel. The E6 has a removable soundbar-type speaker base. The G6 Series does not have the thicker section at the bottom of the panel. Instead, it puts the electronics in its soundbar base. That sound bar base can be removed from the bottom and attached to the back of the G6 if you want to wall mount it. Also, the G6 models are offered in 77- and 65-inches. The E6 series is offered in 65- and 55-inches. Hope this helps. — GT
LG Tuesday formally announced pricing and availability in the U.S. of its 2016 4K Ultra HD OLED TV lineup. Eight 2016 models will be available at
THX calibration used to be a feature on high end Plasma TVs. Is it no longer a thing? vnny – LG has also used ISF day and night calibration picture settings on LCDs and OLEDs, but THX and ISF modes are primarly labels. To be properly calibrated to your viewing environment and preferences you need to have a professional THX or ISF calibration performed. This requires using the proper equipment to read the brightness, gamma and color of the screen in relation to the ambient viewing conditions. These pre-sets are just a starting point to adjust for average conditions with the organization’s consultation (and hopefully license), and are usually not very different from “movie” modes or similarly named presets — GT
OLED TVs belt out the best picture quality CNET has ever tested, and LG has finally released pricing information for its 2016 line. They start at $4,000 for the 55-inch size.
Of course, those models use LCD display technology that, in our tests, can"t match the prowess of OLED, particularly in dark home theater settings and when seen from off-angle seats. Moreover, Samsung and Sony don"t support the Dolby Vision high-dynamic range (HDR) format , while LG handles both HDR10 and Dolby Vision. HDR promises -- and mostly delivers, in our tests -- even better picture quality than 4K resolution.
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- LG To Introduce All New 4K HDR-Enabled OLED TV Lineup At CES 2016. Picture-on-Glass Design, Leading HDR Functions,.
I addressed this a bit in the other thread, but I"ll re-iterate it here. 1) LG does not intend to sell many (really hardly any) of the G6 or E6. They are statement pieces any will sell in minimal volumes at most. 2) This means there are no real plans to sell the 77 inch model this year. 3) The only models that will move the volume LG needs to lower costs are, therefore, the B6 and C6. They are apparently later in the calendar year. This -- to me -- means the production goals set last year are very unlikely to be achieved. 4) Curved is dying rapidly. Good riddance. 5) Eventually OLED will "democratize" videophile level picture quality, as many of us hoped back in the last decade. Hallelujah. Maybe that starts this year, but not likely until autumn. 6) In the meantime, there is sadly very little to see here.