|Item Weight||52.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||57 x 9.9 x 33.9 inches|
|Item model number||E9LGOLED65CXPUA|
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LG OLED65CXPUA 65 inch CX 4K Smart OLED TV with AI ThinQ 2020 Bundle with 1 Year Extended Protection Plan
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|Screen Size||65 Inches|
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- LG 65" CX 4K Smart OLED TV with AI ThinQ 2020
- a9 Gen 3 Processor
- IN THE BOX: Magic Remote - Remote Control Battery - Power Cable
- BUNDLE INCLUDES: LG 65" CX 4K Smart OLED TV with AI ThinQ 2020
- 1 Year Extended Protection Plan in ADDITION to the Included FULL Manufacturer WARRANTY
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Only OLED pixels emit their own light, allowing for perfect black, intense color and stunning picture. Other TVs pale in comparison. There's LG OLED, then there's everything else.
See how OLED redefines picture quality Once you’ve seen LG OLED TV with your own eyes, you'll understand. It’s stunning picture that redefines quality. Millions of OLED pixels emit their own light independently and can be completely turned off. This unveils perfect black, over a billion rich colors and infinite contrast. From the gridiron to the iron throne, no detail goes unseen.
AI processor directs your 4K picture behind the scenes Everything you see and hear is automatically made better, clearer, smoother, and more dynamic with our α9 Gen 3 AI Processor 4K. You don’t have to do a thing. Our most advanced 4K processor does it for you with AI Picture Pro, AI Sound Pro, AI 4K Upscaling*, and the ability to help your TV to evolve over time.
Intelligence to make life easier LG OLED TVs think fast. Our advanced AI processors drive better picture and sound. AI powers webOS to offer personalized content recommendations. LG ThinQ AI technology and integrated voice assistants, like the Google Assistant and Alexa*, control compatible connected home devices with ease.
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Our most advanced 4K processor uses AI and deep learning to authentically upscale lower resolution content, translating the source to 4K's 8.3+ million pixels.
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LG OLED65CXPUA 65" CX 4K Smart OLED TV with AI ThinQ 2020 + Extended Protection
LG OLED65CXPUA 65" CX 4K Smart OLED TV with AI ThinQ 2020 + Extended Protection
- LG OLED65CXPUA 65" CX 4K Smart OLED TV with AI ThinQ 2020
- Extended Protection
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65" / 166 cm
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Colors and blacks are beautiful. Input lag is virtually nonexistent for gaming. The smoothing, which I normally hate and turn off, actually makes games almost look like they’re running at 60hz, which is very cool.
This is a pricey TV, but worth every penny if you want to be ready for PS5 and Xbox Series X, or if you want an absolutely amazing gaming monitor.
And of course, it looks great for movies and shows, especially with Dolby Vision content.
I like that I can turn my TV on and off with Siri.
The automatic picture-mode detection is on point: sports look great; movies look great; video games look great. Each time your program-mode changes - either because you've changed inputs or the football game youre watching goes to commercial, the little mode-change alert thing pops up to let you know it's doing its thing. It's just seamless and each thing looks "right" after the change. Bonus, you don't end up with movies looking like 70s soap operas because you forgot to take the TV out sports-mode.
The screen is stoopid thin (pictured). This is the third flatscreen I've bought in the span of about 15 years. Each has been thinner and with far smaller bezel than its predecessor. I don't think you could make thinner and have it be structurally-sound (youd need to flat-mount it to a wall so the wall could support if you went thinner).
Previously, I've never bothered with smart TVs' smart features - especially for content/apps. They were always kind of "iffy" – usually of far lower user-experience quality than what Roku or other streaming devices provide. I'm actually using the webOS-based apps, though, because the (very sexy) remote the TV comes with is far better than those that came with any of my external streaming devices. It's gonna suck when this TV ages out of it software-updates lifecycle (speaking of which, when I first turned it on, it did an update; not even a week later, it wanted another: at least for now, it looks like LG is being serious about aggressively addressing bugs).
Only two negatives worth mentioning:
* The integration with other smart devices is pretty weak. While the TV sees all my ligtbulbs, it can't seem to see any of my wireless speakers. So, while it's able to use ARC to integrate with my JBL soundbar, it's not able to either Chromecast or BlueTooth to my JBL bookshelf speakers (so, no rear-channel sound). While they advertise Google Home compatibility, that integration is pretty buggy. It seems like they REALLY want you to use Alexa (indeed, it shows up in big, annoying "try me" box on the app-selection screen and you can't remove it – even finding the Google Home option to enable it was kind of a chore)
* If you're planning to watch a lot of legacy OTA/cable content – which mostly max out at 1080i – this TV makes it especially obvious that such programming is decidedly NOT being transmitted at 4K (either it doesn't do upscaling or its upscaling engine doesn't cope well with 1080i content). The UHD programming on NetFlix, VUDU, Amazon Prime Video, etc. provide a VERY stark contrast to OTA TV type content.
I would probably have given it 5 stars on the value - especially given the nearly $500 discount on price vice what Best Buy had been asking for it before the black friday sales started – but I realize not a lot of people would think that over $2100 is reasonable for a TV when Samsung is selling similar-sized TVs for less than half that amount (I looked at the Samsungs: the QLEDs' pictures weren't nearly as good).
Installation was a bit daunting given the thinness of the TV. If you're not a mounting-expert, hire one. It's well worth the money to do so.
Beware that you are opted in on all of the tracking/ad stuff by default. You can turn it off but... eww gross. No way I would use any of the smart home features built into this thing.
I wish the panel could get a tad brighter especially for daytime use (such as with all OLED panels).