As a big follower of OLED technology for several years now, I was almost 100% sure that I was going to buy the EF9500, which I almost did during the Holiday season of 2015. But like any electronic, the most important question to ask is "will it worth it to just wait until next year?". This question kept me curious to wait until CES 2016 just to see if LG had anything really worthy up their sleeves. Turned out that LG did have something worthwhile to show to the electronic world with the new 2016 signature line of OLED TVs. Although nothing would make me happier than having a 65" OLED of my own right now, patience for the right TV has kept me from making an $10,000 investment in Oled a few years ago when the technology was just taking baby steps. Patience is also what's going to get me a great deal on the 65E6P this holiday season. Along with the rest of the 2016 signature Oleds (G6, E6, B6, C6 all share the same video processor and specs), this Oled is THE TV you've been...
This TV is not cheap, and I did not take this purchase lightly. Every professional review I read about the new line of LG OLED TVs has called them "the best TVs ever made," yet I was still skeptical. I was prepared to send this right back if I wasn't blown away by it.
The reviewers are right: This really is the best TV ever made. I'm a miserable, hyper-critical excuse for a person, yet I've yet to find an aspect of this TV that isn't measurably better than all others I've seen -- and I looked at every other TV from the major manufacturers this year.
The on-screen help guides you through everything, so even the most non-techie users won't miss out on all the advanced features this TV has to offer.
My best advice for new users: If some movies / TV shows don't "feel" right, don't worry -- this is easily fixable. The default display settings apply several powerful filters that sharpen and clarify the image. While these filters really...
The LG OLED65E6P is simply an amazing TV. Amazingly thin, super contrast, bright colors and loads of features. I had personally been holding out on the 2015 models due to HDR and Dolby Vision not being supported, though I still wanted them due to their picture quality. Once I saw the videos out of the CES, I was sold on the new model. Everything they talked about in those videos is evident in the 2016 version.
Pencil thin is no joke. The main portion of the TV is 2 panes of glass thick. It looks amazing, but this is the one thing that scares me most about this TV. All I can imagine is someone grabbing the TV from the top corner to rotate it out and the screen shattering from being twisted. It feels as if the glass is tempered, but still has some play to it that makes it feel flimsy enough to break easily. I’m not going to test this theory and will stick to grabbing it from the speaker base.
I have been in the market for a new TV for a couple of years now...
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