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  • Perfect
    11 days ago
    Have now had this TV for about 1 week, and I can only say WOW what a fucking TV. Absolutely amazing black, when it's black it's really BLACK!
    I myself had a samsung Qled q70r that I bought a year ago so it was not exactly an old TV, but this TV beats it with horse lengths.
    It is impossible to describe and explain how nice Dolby Vision on netflix is.

    Have played my ps5 and connected it to one of all 2.1 hdmi inputs.
    It switches itself to "game mode" and the picture and brightness are absolutely wonderful.

    And the problem with burn in and such things that you hear and read, there are actually no problems as long as you use the TV in the right way, why would you have a static image for several several hours, Who does it? And the TV has several things built in to prevent this. And if you are still worried, I think you should look around on youtube where there are lots of tests.

    Just enjoy this TV and experience the picture, this is the best you can get in TV way!

    -Something minus that I can think of is that the remote control is a bit large and outdated. They could have made it smaller and more flexible, who needs a lot of numbers on a remote control in today's situation, feels unnecessary, if you look at eg samsung's own remote control which is small and modern.
    -The picture on regular TV via comhem may not be the best.
  • Decent
    1 month ago
    The black is of course good, but there is banding and 2 black wide lines on the right and left side, especially in gray, but when the picture is good it is really good, but if you see the faults this TV has, you are very disturbed unfortunately ....
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Updated: 1 month ago
    Very happy with my purchase! 2020 TV!
    Getting to this TV from the 2012 LCD model is a feeling that is hard to describe.
    + The blackness
    + HDR material
    + Console gaming
    + E ARC
    + HDMI 2.1

    -TV speakers
    -Short stand which makes it impossible to have a soundbar in front (The soundbar covers the lower part of the TV).
    -2 connectors go straight into the TV from behind, making ultra slim wall mounting difficult.
    -The settings are difficult to track and not always easy to find the right one.

    The image is what makes it get 5 out of 5. Not as light sensitive as I thought, one of my fears with OLED. Both watched movies and played games in daylight (the TV is about 1.3 meters from 2 windows).
  • Poor
    1 month ago
    Svinfin tv. But substandard quality - Pajade fairly quickly and LG / retailers have a rather weak interest in doing the right thing for themselves.

    Aim for another model.
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Have had TV from LG before. This TV fulfills all my desires more than well. Really good buy!
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    The blacks the blacks the blacks!
    Will not write in particular detail, but only encourage you to buy.
    Fantastic picture (went from a Samsung 4 year old) and quality feeling right through.
    I do not agree with the remote control and the menus can be questioned.

    In my opinion, the picture quality is the primary thing when we talk TV of course and then this is a TV that no one touches their fingers
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Fantastic TV. Excellent image even before calibration. Good remote, fast menus, good smart TV apps (has completely replaced my AppleTV), and AirPlay 2 support is very nice. HDMI 2.1 on all inputs is also very nice for us who want to play the latest generation of consoles. And speaking of games, Instant Game Response is activated automatically when a console starts, nice feature that is easily activated automatically. And speaking of flexibility, being able to make settings and calibration individually per HDMI port is also such a function that I did not understand why more people have not come up with before.

    A few small things:
    • Wish that all doors were on the side for closer mounting on the wall.
    • The power cord is not detachable (and thus not replaceable) without destroying the warranty. It would not be a problem if it were not for the fact that the cable is quite short, it is neat and even that it goes through a cable tube in the wall.

    But no dealbreakers, it's a cruel TV!
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Premium image quality. Difficult to watch another LCD / LED TV after having had this for a while.
  • Very good
    1 month ago
    Lacks composite in which PriceSpy lists all CX models with.
  • Excellent
    2 months ago
    9/10 after two days of use, nothing to complain about yet. Will be back if I find anything!
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Really good, very happy. Very good sound also from the built-in speakers. Saw a bit of banding at one point but absolutely nothing I bother with.
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Very good picture and sound quality.
  • Very good
    2 months ago
    Incredibly good TV and the change from a traditional LED to OLED feels well worth the money. The TV had got a full pot of:

    1) Surrounding light sources are reflected in the screen and disturb.
    2) That LG in 2020 chooses a 100Mbps network card. Running a 4k wired network does not work well with D + / Netflix etc. But with WiF (802.11ac) in it works well.
  • Good
    3 months ago
    Updated: 2 months ago
    If the manufacturers get rid of the smooth reflective surface that OLED has, this would be the optimal TV, 10 out of 10.

    If you look online when people review products, you often talk about blackness, movement management, blooming, burning, etc., but display reflections are rarely mentioned, and if it is done, no major emphasis is placed on this.

    I personally think reflections are as important as the general image quality. I personally like to replace the extreme OLED black with a non-reflective display - therefore I am more satisfied with the top models from SAMSUNG / SONY LED, which still have very good black.

    I have the same reasoning when buying a laptop. Glossy screens and its reflections are very annoying. Even a decently extinguished room will provide reflections.

    The reflections that OLED has are extra difficult for the eyes as the reflections themselves seem to come from a kind of plastic film that not only looks like a film but also an uneven film. If you light with a flashlight on the screen and move the lamp sideways, you will see that the reflections are not even, but the reflecting light will move as a beach ball does on the waves, and also the beach ball changes size. You will see this when you move your head a little on the sofa while you watch TV and focus your eyes on ev. reflections.
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Unbelievable.
    Went from a Samsung UE55F8005 from 2013 and the difference is astonishing. The blackness and contrast are superb.
    Works perfectly with all accessories such as PS4, Harman Kardon soundbar, chromecast.
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Love it! 😃
  • Excellent
    2 months ago
    Updated: 2 months ago
    The most important thing about a TV is of course the picture quality. Everything else is secondary. It's like scissors. The most important thing is that you can cut with it, because that's what it's for, right? =)

    Oled has come a long way since it was introduced a few years ago. Then there were a lot of problems (banding, artifacts, burns). (for us who are TV nerds). But these seem to have been solved now. Iaf most.

    Really did not find anything directly I bothered with this TV. LG has always been at the forefront of this front (then speaks oled). On the LCD side, LG runs with its IPS panels, which gives nice colors but the market's absolutely worst blackness and contrast, all categories. Unlike my Samsung QLED, which is really just a regular LCD with other filters, OLED is in a completely different league. But it is not just the panel that is important. These are other components. All OLEDs are basically panels from LG anyway.

    If you want an LCD, Samsung's Q-series from Q70 and up is really ok. The big difference is when you turn it off. Samsung has been running its VA panels for many years now. And to be LCD, the contrast is perfectly ok, but of course they have nothing to take against OLED. Samsung gets (just like all VA panels) a bluish tone over the black when you turn it off. Have a VA panel on my 40 "computer screen 4k and there it works ok anyway but as a TV I think it does not work properly.

    Has owned many TVs over the years. One year I think I grazed on 25 different TVs (all were replaced due to different reasons). But this TV must stay. However, there is no perfect TV. It is important to find someone who has defects you can live with.

    So damn happy so it's not true. Expensive? Yep. But if you compare with ex Samsung Q90 / Q95 which then could perhaps be Samsung's answer to this oled, this is both cheaper and better. In all ways. Waiting for my PS5 and we'll see how it works with image updating etc. I do not buy TV that often (nowadays) but for the first time ever I have not thought about leaving the TV back immediately after I bought it.

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    + The blackness and the contrast

    + Color reproduction

    + 120Hz and VRR

    + G-Sync compatible (according to spec iaf. Nothing I have had time to test yet)

    + High-gloss surface which gives more reflections (which is not so fun) but at the same time gives a sick "pop" in the picture. Much like an iMac or other high-gloss display

    + HDR

    + Dolby Vision

    + Magic Remote (remote with pointer that works great)

    + Thin (except at the bottom where the "electronics" are located)

    + WebOS. The operating system, ie what you see in menus, etc. is undoubtedly the best on the market. In second place is Samsung's Tizen. Android is great, in a phone, but NOT in a TV. IF you do not want to have to unplug the cable from the TV sometimes because it "hangs".

    + Superior viewing angle. You can stand completely on the side, ie along the TV and the picture will not get worse. Why someone would watch TV completely from the side is, however, incomprehensible. But if you sit a few pieces on a fat sofa or just sit obliquely in front at a short distance, the image is not worse and you do not lose sharpness, contrast, brightness, etc. like many other techniques.

    + Run wireless wifi on the tv and it works great. No lag and full quality on both youtube and netflix (run the apps directly on TV).

    + Works great to "cast" from the mobile phone to the TV (both iOS and Android).

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    - Animals

    - Risk of burns (however, have not even seen any tendency to temporary burns so-called image retention, which are temporary "burns" that go away after a while)

    - Cheap remote for the money (does not feel premium at all unfortunately)

    - VESA holes. Because the TV is as thin as the phase and has the electronics in a "box" at the back far down, it means that when you mount it on the wall, the TV ends up damn high up. Iaf if you, like me, reuse the old wall bracket.

    - Unfortunately, not all connections at the back go down or to the sides, which means that you have to have angled cables or make sure not to have the TV completely glued to the back wall. All manufacturers should consider this. What's the point of a slim TV if you can not have it slim to the wall? Or wait. Maybe you should look at it from the side and just admire how thin it is? Lol.

    - Not as bright as ex Samsung but definitely no worries, even during the day. And then I still have windows to the right and left of the TV AND 2 skylights .. I'll see if I say the same for the summer, but right now so.

    Amount:
    The best TV purchase of my life. Cost me about SEK 21,000 with shipping. But it's easily worth it. Watched the movie The Circle on Netflix the first night I got it home. An ok film where the whole film takes place with a completely black background. It becomes completely magical when you see that it really IS black and no real bleeding, clouding, blooming, DSE or other defects in the image. IT's magical it. Together with my sound system (KEF 5.1 Q700 etc.) it is now really damn fun to watch movies.
  • Terrible
    2 months ago
    awesome image with all the features of modern game consoles. Too bad LG has serious problems with its HDMI inputs. got the tv a week ago and everything worked as it should. then added hdmi port 2 of closely followed by the others. no signal is the only thing the tv shows. have googled this problem and it seems to be linked to hdmi 2.1 and hdr. see also https://youtu.be/h4vKRdl69O0

    has been in contact with lg to see if it can be solved. for a TV that costs around 20k, it should last longer than a week
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Very satisfied after a week of use.
    Went from a 7 year old Samsung LCD to this one and wow, a lot has happened! Incredibly pleasant picture experience, good flow, magical blackness and clearly approved sound.
    Can highly recommend!
  • Perfect
    3 months ago
    Updated: 3 months ago
    Wow what a tv, so good picture and black. Do not bother me a bit that it is a glossy screen, rather the opposite, think it is really nice. Web OS works well, but can definitely be improved, Cmore lacks, but there is nothing you can blame LG for.
    So for 19990 on blackweek there was nothing to doubt.
  • Perfect
    3 months ago
    Struck on one for 19990 on black friday. Upgraded from a 46 ”6 year old samsung. Incredible difference in image quality! Highly recommended!
  • Perfect
    3 months ago
    Went from 4K Samsung LCD UHD to this monster of a TV. Like many others, has a window in the living room and is not bothered by reflections even during the day. Gaming is absolutely fantastic on this TV
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    Good Black Frame Insertion in three different selectable levels in addition to off.
  • Perfect
    5 months ago
    Fantastic good TV!
  • Perfect
    6 months ago
    Switched from a +7 year old plasma TV, LG 60PM670T, and appreciates, among other things, that the new TV has faster and a more user-friendly OS. Convenient to have apps like SVT Play, Netflix and HBO on TV. Flexible remote control. I feel that the image and the blackness are very good. Relatively expensive but good product.
  • Perfect
    6 months ago
    Super good TV with everything you could possibly want. It is future-proof for the next generation of gaming consoles with VRR and 120hz. The market's currently best picture in this price range. If you want a better picture, you have to pay at least double and also lose functions.

    However, nothing is perfect, so here are four disadvantages:

    The wifi module is at its worst. By changing the wifi channel to 36 on the 5GHz band, I have managed to reach up to 50Mbit / s, but not higher. That's just enough for 4K HDR 60hz on Youtube. If I compare with a mobile phone and tablet at the same distance, I get up to 250Mbit / s. If you have no problem pulling an Ethernet cable, this is a solution.

    2. Apple TV is built-in BUT has some limitations, such as that you can not install apps such as CMore and Viaplay, but you must rely on the apps you want to use in LG's app store, which does not have the same range at all. CMore is missing tex. You can also not use your old Apple TV remote control.

    Burn-in shortens the life of this otherwise fantastic TV. I myself have not yet noticed this, but if you read around online, you will sooner or later be affected, and for me who buys a new TV every 10 years, I feel that this may not last that long.

    4. No DTS decoder, if you now rely on this to go through the TV. What you can do is connect your DTS source directly to your sound system instead, which depending on your equipment is more or less flexible.
  • Perfect
    6 months ago
    Really nice TV with g-sync too ... Measured under 15ms with Game Mode on input lag and HDMI 2.1 for the next console generation is fun to have. The picture quality is 10/10 and for 25k it is a lot of TV.
  • Perfect
    7 months ago
    Best TV I've ever owned.
    Had a C7 before, which I finally got exchanged, for credit, due to a lot of hassle, so had to become a CX instead. And it's definitely an even better picture, especially when I look at HDR and Dolby Vision. The C7 could cut a bit in the brightest parts, but this is no longer a problem on the CX. Had problems with banding on the C7 (which I changed the panel on, twice), but this is not a problem on the new one.

    Extremely happy to be able to use 4K 120fps, including G-sync (and now also freesync), when I drive with the Gaming PC.
    And will be perfect for the PS5 in a few months :)
  • Barely acceptable
    7 months ago
    Updated: 7 months ago
    No support for DTS audio they have had before :(
  • Perfect
    8 months ago
    Updated: 7 months ago
    Wow, My first OLED and difference from Qled was extreme.
    + Black (black is carbon black)
    + Perfect for games
    + Flexible remote
    + Incredibly good scaling
    + The feeling of quality
    + Truemotion (movement equalization) is really good and clearly worth having turned on.

    - Useless voice control (never learn to use)
    - Failed to control my 2.1 Optical with the same remote, went with my older Samsung TV.
    - The optical and Ethernet sockets are at the back of the TV, which prevents mounting very close to the wall if these are to be used.
    - Ethernet is 100mbit and thus significantly slower than wifi! (Totally sick on a TV 2020).

    Worth thinking about is that OLEDs are very sensitive to light if you want a good picture, so it is blackout curtains that apply if you are going to watch TV on a sunny day and have several windows.
  • Perfect
    8 months ago
    Updated: 8 months ago
    Upgraded from 7 year old Samsung 46 "7000 series FullHD TV. Purchased at Elgiganten's summer sale with 20% discount from 30,000 to 24,000 SEK! with blooming (white leakage in black areas) and milky blackness is completely incomprehensible to me, of this caliber.

    The TV leaves nothing to be desired. Fast and responsive in menus, superb image that also looks natural and not excessive. Dark movies (thrillers and space themes) are unbelievably good. The picture looks like you might think it should look. The blackness, the light as bright as it should be. Not exaggerated or over-processed with image processing.

    If you look online, this is considered to be the world's best TV right now, with everything extra.

    Burn-in is no longer a problem (see youtube channels RTINGS and HDTV's tests).

    The brightness is more than adequate!

    Hdmi 2.1 with 40 gbps, future-proofed. The fact that LG's C9 managed 48 gbps has no real impact when it comes to 10-bit panels. The TV has all the bells and whistles you can have today July 2020.

    Netflix, Viaplay etc work thunder.

    Upscaling is superb.

    Games work without laws.

    Sitting side of the TV does not distort the image or colors.

    Magic remote is piggy and very easy for the whole family to use.

    In Sweden, where we watch TV most in the evening and it is dark from the afternoon most of the year - - -> OLED.

    Full pot so far.