LG OLED65E6V review

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You may have already clocked the LG OLED65E6V’s rather dear asking price. You may well, by now, be mid-sigh, thinking what a shame it is that you’d have to cough up £5000 to get your hands on LG’s flagship 65in TV. Well, you’ll need to think again.

Because this OLED TV actually sits just underneath the mothership model, the LG G6 Signature, which is another £1000/$1500 more.

There’s no hint of the LG E6 OLED being any kind of second-best on the spec sheet, though. (In fact, its big brother justifies its superior status only with a more advanced speaker system.)

This TV has a 4K OLED panel that supports HDR and Dolby Vision (the ‘other’ HDR format), and qualifies for the Ultra HD Premium club, meaning it ticks boxes for 10-bit colour depth and BT.2020 colour space, has a minimum 540-nit peak brightness and less than 0.0005 nits black level. (In layman’s terms, it can go pretty bright and very, very black.)

And while we doubt 3D support is a deal-breaker for many people nowadays, it is also present on this LG’s feature sheet.

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