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Product information

    3840x2160 (4K Ultra HD)
    Screen size
    55 inches
    Type of digital tuner
    Display technology


    TV tuner, digital
    Support for CI/CA module
    Type of digital tuner


    Analogue 3.5mm input (Aux)
    0 pc
    Analogue RCA stereo input
    Component input (YPbPr/YCbCr)
    1 pc
    Composite input
    1 pc
    Digital optical output
    HDMI version
    Number of HDMI inputs
    4 pc
    Headphone output
    Other connectors
    USB (total)
    3 pc
    USB 2.0
    2 pc
    USB 3.0/3.1 (Gen 1)
    1 pc
    USB recording feature
    VGA in

    Image properties

    3840x2160 (4K Ultra HD)
    Aspect ratio
    600 cd/m²
    Display technology
    Image frequency
    24p, 30p, 60p, 50p
    Motion enhancement (Frequency/Index)
    Refresh rate
    100 Hz
    Screen size
    55 inches
    43.64 €/inch
    Screen size (cm)
    139 cm
    Video formats supported
    480p, 576p, 720p, 1080p (Full HD), 1080i, 480i, 576i, 2160p (4K Ultra HD)


    Audio format
    Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, Dolby Digital Plus
    Supported audio files
    MP3, WMA, WAV (PCM), AAC
    Supported image files
    Supported video files
    Xvid, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, AVC/H.264, WMV9 HD (VC-1), HEVC/H.265, VP9


    Available colours
    Black, Silver, Red, Titanium
    Panel design


    Depth without stand
    48.6 mm
    Dimensions (WxHxD)
    225 mm
    759 mm
    1229 mm
    Height without stand
    715 mm
    Weight without stand
    15.3 kg
    18.6 kg


    Bluetooth, Voice control, Time-shift, Mobile app for controlling features, Support for HbbTV
    Smart TV
    Built-in internet services
    Facebook, YouTube, Skype, Spotify, Browser, Netflix, Viaplay, SF Anytime, Amazon Prime Video
    Operating system


    Ethernet connection
    Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
    Wireless networking standard (IEEE 802.1
    802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac


    3D support (3D-Ready)
    DLNA certified
    Full HD (HD ready 1080p)
    Ultra HD certified (UHD/4K)
    Type of HDR
    Dolby Vision, HDR10
    Streaming standards
    WiDi, Miracast
    VESA mount
    Type of VESA mount
    300x200mm, 300x300mm

    Audio features

    Built-in speakers
    Multi channel

    Power supply

    Annual energy consumption
    212 kWh/year
    Connecting 9V/12V/14V
    Energy efficiency class
    Operational Power Consumption (min-max)
    145 W
    Power consumption (standby)
    0.5 W


    Release year



    4.6 of 5 stars

    Based on 46 reviews

    Enjoyed my TV a few months now and have not regretted my purchase a second. Had been waiting quite a long time on flat OLED 4K HDR and have not let myself be attracted by Samsung's awkward attempt to deceive the people of curved screens. Do not take the thing but believe the curved simply cheaper and easier way to produce large OLED displays. LG has made this TV brilliantly and I hope to keep it running smoothly for years to come. Great picture and simple smarttvfunktioner.
    Update 15/3: after having had the TV for a while so the grade unchanged, there have been a few updates that blah took away the backwardness of 4K UHD, still very satisfied. Noise may occur but it very much depends on what you look at, feels like it is often the source material and not your TV to blame there, ARC has iofs feuding part so had to pull a SPDIF instead, here it is highly unclear whether it is the television set or receiver (soma has many years of history) is owed, I have absolutely no banding on my copy (IAF not visible to my eyes). also feels that the advertising in webOS home have been toned down a bit, tv dimmed at very white, marked quite clearly in the windows but the video material, I only noticed this when we looked at the Swedish master chef where they conducts interviews with an illuminated white background, then mäktes the tv dims down a bit, but it is only material involved, I noticed it in so it can hardly be called disturbing, it is not noticeable at other ljustarka scenes such as explosions, etc. If it were not for the deplorable defaults and complicated instälningsmöjligheter would this television a real cannonball. ---- Just say: WOW, the first start was epic; the only thing that remains is "webOS" everything else is black, it is so black you can not see where the TV ends, I trode it would be dim, it will apparently be the biggest drawback of OLED I was told, but not compared to my 6 year old Philips is the brighter. The image is razor sharp, blacks are as said carbon black, and bleeding or clouding does not exist. Did some test images / clips and how happy any time, not changed anything yet except to turn the true motion and to update the TV's software, 4k, I have not been able to test, my reciver does not support 4k material and I do not think it gets upgrade for a while as it is so evanescent little material available in 4k unless (netflix loosened 4k I do not count), but plus with 4k for it makes the screen a bit more future proof, I think. Not noticed any lag or similar either. Have not had time to test so much more than the above yet, the only negative thing I have found so far is advertising in webOS that does not seem to go off, and it was not entirely obvious where to find software updates (there were several) and that the true motion made picture from HTPC n saw litte bit jumpy, but with the everything is fine. The sound of the TV is as expected mediocre at best, but the flat screen TV has great sound? No problem getting down the TV sound through the arc to the receiver. Long longing for OLED and on Black Friday (or the day before if you're going huh entirely sure), so was the price of written communication. Should have been perfect in the ratings, but advertising in WebOS costs LG two-star rating, good that one could deny the license for targeted advertising and LG to take part of your usage patterns without any penalty in the function (of what I've seen so far)
    Hard not to like about this TV. Have not looked at anything UHD material yet. Will be almost shocked at how well Blu-ray movies scaled up on the screen (by Panasonic DMP UB700). Noting that I was blind to what comes to my old TV and Blu-ray players. Oh well, better late than never ... B6: an need good signals when watching regular TV. HD broadcasts are preferable.
    It is not very to complain about here. Excellent color and contrast. Was worried about input lag. But it is ok for new update. Perfect for PS4 Pro.
    sune bejas
    Update 2017-03-09: 7 new models will apparently have fixed some of the problems of B6. So where smoke future proof directly. B6an is already history and nothing to spend money on. The problem with this ruling is that there is always some fault with them, they will never be perfect. (Reference Class) A little better every year but still not flawless. It's expensive to be nonconductive owners today if you want to have the worst. The models are enough only a year ago, it is time for replacement. Some of the changes with the new 7 models and some of the problems that are fixed that I wrote about further down: Minimum ABL dimming the SDR (Fixed) Functional CMS and low error value after calibration which should indicate that it is now possible to get a reference picture of them with accurate colors without introducing other problems in the picture. (Fixed) 2 stage settings for the HDR mode, which means that the HDR is now possible to calibrate without having to enter the service menu. (Fixed) How it is with the 20 code values ​​and if they introduce the same problem in grayscale as 20-step settings for SDR did I do not know. Noise and banding remains to be seen whether it is improved Problems still remain at 7orna: Vignetting and minimal banding close to black. (Source: D-Nice on ACP Forum) -------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------- Personalise other reviews, fully after one week of the test. It is the time it takes to detect flaws on this television. I can imagine that many people here are from the LCD tvs and then the black level and contrast impressive. The operating management is clearly better than the old OLEDs and does not feel as heavy-driven image. The picture is more natural flow itself. With the three advantages, it takes also stop the rest. B6an go back now when it is still clean bergochdal course in image quality. 8bit Blu Ray looks good but the future lies with UHD HDR so that's where I focus most on. With UHD with its 10bits precision to drop B6an firmly in the picture quality in some scenes. B6an capable only of 8bits precision in those lower levels. Lågljusscener and even scenes with large solid areas of color can look like pure ants war. Compared to the old 880W OLEDen that instead dropped the details and colors close to black and showed large blocks of all you get now more details and colors, but with lots of dithering. The noise is also visible from normal viewing distance. If you stand about 1 meter away so they can be the worst scenes look absolutely miserable out. Dithering / noise and banding is what turns out. As an example, we'll send a Kuro out all the artwork in 12-14bit (even from blu ray) Strapping on a Kuro barely exists. Ex from Oblivion UHD Blu Ray and a scene at the beginning photo covers about 1/4 of the image so it's not as magnified as it looks. It is the type of noise and banding to get caught up when playing UHD Blu Ray. Some scenes with UHD looks really good and sharp so it does not apply to all. Other problems are that klåparna LG does not have the sense to fix their adjustment options for vitballansen and colors. they have had three generations of OLEDs in which to do something about it but it is still just as bad. why they even know the adjustments for color and grayscale in the menu is a mystery. They should be removed completely. B6an is completely impossible to adjust the reference class. Are you sitting with a properly calibrated Kuro then the colors of B6an feel like a nerbyte and they can not improve either. Vitballansen change according to what is shown for the moment. Skin tones have too much red in itself. Green trees and grass moving toward yellow. For UHD and HDR if you want to get out maxljustryka from the TV with around 670nits then do not vitballansen and then again not the colors. Unfortunately, you get stuck with it or you get lower brightness to just over 500 There is no two-step approach for vitballansen menu in HDR mode, which allows one to maximum brightness, and get an accurate vitballans. A solution that remedy is to take an available color temperature in the service menu and calibrate it for only HDR. Then is it true But for the average joe without meter and access to the service menu, the HDR image will be distorted unless the OLED light is lowered. Another problem is the ABL dimmingen With ISF Night mode at 125cd / m2 so dims B6an down as much as a standard Kuro. 100% white image is around 45cd / m2 It is enough that the scene is Fairly light for it to be dimmed. ABL dimming would not have if we are to get an accurate picture of the correct gamma. To buy TV today, you should focus on a television capable UHD without problems and that supports 10bit full. It is not enough that it says that the panel is 10bit on paper which is clearly here when it was still only 8bit in those lower regions. UHD at its best creates the same versions of Blu Ray with more dynamism / more and more natural colors and it will be really a razor-sharp image from 10bit video. B6an are unable to reproduce anything that gives UHD. The future already feels like it's stopping by with this TV, which means you still have to look at next year's model as possible is better for you to be in the game. Famtidsäker: No Days of the Past assured: Yes Replacing a reference tv 500M with a new OLED if one just looks at SDR standard 8bit Blu Ray feels useless and is in the current situation a nerbyte. To 500Men should be replaced entirely as must the new OLEDen clear UHD fully without problems. Only then will you notice the difference in image quality. Once an OLED fixes the following it will be to keep it. At least 1500 nits (Feel around 4000..ju nits higher the better for UHD) At least 100% DCI P3 (preferably rec2020 100% accurate colors in UHD) At least 10bit without dithering over the whole range and without banding and noise in the image. The ability to calibrate the reference picture without adding other problems in the image. At least 100cd / m2 full-screen white in SDR whatever OLED light is on. (ABL minimal dimming) There we 1:10 pointers that are future-proof. Tips on that list is at least 5 years away though;)
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