You can watch your content come to life in over 8 million pixels with an OLED display. Thousands of pixels turn on and off independently to provide the ultimate viewing experience, so you see your content in pristine black, over a billion rich colors, and infinite contrast.
A7 GEN 4 AI PROCESSOR The a7 Gen 4 AI Processor 4K brings you the smooth, easy-to-see picture you need to see every detail. With AI Picture and AI Sound, you'll be able to view and listen to your favorite movies and music automatically. AI 4K Upscaling calibrates every scene according to its original resolution.
Game on OLED and experience the ultimate gaming experience. This allows you to easily access all your gaming settings, and it also helps you do HDR gaming and the Auto Low-Latency Mode in addition to HGiG, which provides a detailed picture of how you're playing.
The home cinema experience gives you breathtaking picture and audio that makes you feel like you're right there in the action with Cinema HDR, Dolby Vision IQ, and Filmmaker Mode displays movies exactly as they were intended by the director. It also has built-in access to Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV+, Disney+, and LG channels so you can watch your favorite content wherever you are.
You don't need to buy a separate device with Google Assistant and Alexa built-in. Just ask your TV for music, news, your Amazon shopping list, and more with the voice assistant. Additionally, you can conveniently control your smart devices and connected home at the same time.
Connecting high-fidelity speakers is easy – and wireless – using the WiSA connector. With high-quality surround sound, you can enjoy a more immersive listening experience. There are no more than two. There is only 1 channel of support.
Questions & Answers
In a dark room, does it feel any different?
This is a fantastic show. I like the picture because it is sharp and bright. If your room is of average size, then there is no need for a sound bar. In a theater, you feel like you're a spectator.
There are two HDMI ports on this set. ?
I haven't noticed any version 2 on this TV. You will only be able to connect one HDMI device and 4K@120Hz will not be supported. I have Daphane
What is the weight of the 55 inch?
There is a weight of 41 lbs. for model OLED55A1PUA. The stand alone weighs 4 lbs and the stand with 6 lbs. Without the stand, the weight is 6 lbs.
Selected User Reviews For LG OLED65A1PUA Alexa Built-in A1 Series 65" 4K Smart OLED TV (2021)
I am pretty pleased with how things have gone so far
Four stars would be my rating if I could. Overall rating 5. I gave it a 5/5 because my complaints aren't that important. I know I couldn't put it into words. . . br> The panel is looking good. It is amazing to watch 4k HDR content because it is so crisp and clear. It's mounted to a wall using this, and I usually play content on it using an Amazon 4k Firestick (but I'll use an official release when Jellyfin has an official WebOS release soon). I got lucky there because you can see from my pictures that the mount prevents any ports or plugs from being blocked. The mount is great and I would recommend it. The near-field OLED displays dark blue light instead of a typical white light. There is no apparent black color when TrueMotion is disabled. (Could not find any, though. This can be achieved by selecting the "frame insertion option), but I found setting TruMotion to "Natural" gives the best results without being overkill- Whenever I am using the opera effect (including animation), it is left on. Even if it's not perfect, it's better than turning it off completely. When it comes to picture settings, I find "Vivid" to be the best. As for the other options, the image almost looks like a weird color filter over the media that makes blues yellow and darkens everything around it. It's a bit of a bummer, but I assume it gets fixed in future updates since I bought it As for the remote, I haven't played with it too much, as I have not explored it as much as I would like. The only thing I wish was that it had fast-forward, rewind, play, and pause buttons. As for WebOS (LG's smart tv operating system), I guess it's okay. I am experiencing it for the first time. Despite its many features, I dislike how small your apps are compared with the other content components (weather, sports news, sponsored media, etc. ) on the home page. It runs at a decent speed, however. The browser they use has (optional) ads and it's not that bad It includes some blocking, which is very nice. It has the option to do a speaker output in addition to the tv speakers, which is quite Actually, the TV speakers aren't that bad, but their clarity isn't that good. My preferred method of using TV speakers is leaving only my speaker output on (optical out to a speakerbar) and not using my TV speakers at all, since the hybrid mode muddles the clarity too much for my taste. It's strange that the WiFi speed isn't that good (on LAN), at least when testing in the browser (as seen in the attached picture). The 304 Mbps up/down measurement I obtained when holding my phone (Galaxy S9) in front of the TV represents a comparison. I plan to wire this later (it has an Ethernet port), but I didn't really notice any major hitches playing local content anyway ( over Jellyfin), so I think this won't be a big deal. Strange is all I can say. The only thing that has really stuck out to me so far was an odd glitch effect that appeared on a few select scenes with people who are walking As I'm watching Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2, something really strange happened to me. I only experienced it once or twice. As far as I could tell, the people themselves flickered, but the rest of the screen was fine. I guess it was the AI picture having difficulty with the distance of those people from the camera at the time. So maybe that particular movie was just terrible, because I haven't seen that happen on any other content yet.
| Jul 30, 2020
The settings are too many and are not easy to use.
| Feb 12, 2021