The picture on this tv is outstanding, however after owning this tv outside it’s warranty period I’ve become very disappointed at the wifi function and remote.. The Tv since purchase have always constantly disconnected itself from wifi, our other tv’s further away from the wifi never do.. We have on many occasions checked our hi speed internet connection and there’s never a fault. Very frustrating as sometimes it takes a half hour constantly trying to reconnect it.. The problem with the remote is the keypad buttons are only marked with paint and wears off very quickly and we don’t know which buttons are for what. It’s $60+ for a new key pad and it’ll just do the same anyway.. So overall a great telly but crap wifi and remote
Definitely worth the price tag.
Besides this, we also purchased an LG OLED65E6T, which is considerably more expensive than the LG 55EG910T. However, while the OLED65E6T does win slightly in terms of graphics and sound system, the 55EG910T does not fall behind by far. It is definitely worth the price value, with a wonderful crisp perfect quality and OLED technology.
It is very easy to operate, and works well with the Chromecast. I would definitely highly recommend this to those who are considering to purchase an OLED, based on the selling price. I agree with another review "Kristian", that if you find the option to choose between a 4K LCD and a 1080p OLED, DEFINITELY pick the OLED option.
Once you're used to the OLED, there's no turning back. Highly recommended!
good TV but limitation in Magic Remote and Wifi setting
Excellent TV with good picture quality. Good noise frequency.Satified with product. Easy to operate this smart tv
and inbuilt provided app.
However the LG magic remote consumes too much amount to batteries.Sometimes it takes too much amount time to update software. I does not allow capability to automatically connect to wifi once disconnected from wifi.
It should store WiFi setting and connect automatically
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I have owned my LG OLED TV for almost a year now, I have been blown away by the picture clarity. Having moved from a Panasonic Plasma TV, I avoided LCD TVs waiting for something that would be a worthy rival to the picture quality of my Plasma and I genuinely think that once you go OLED, you can't go back. I spent a great deal of time comparing TVs in reviews and in store, if you have the option between a 4K LCD and a 1080p OLED, go the OLED TV. The picture quality of OLED outweighs the higher resolution of an LCD.
There has only been one big...con that I can think of, while the TV feels well constructed, the upper half is only millimeters thick, I mounted mine to the wall and I was genuinely afraid of snapping the TV while holding onto it during the mounting process. While making a TV ultra thin is great for marketing, not necessarily good in a practical sense. The speakers are average at best, though I assume most people will have a decent surround sound system hooked up to a TV like this, so its not really a significant problem. The 3D is pretty good, I am not a huge fan of 3D in general but it did not disappoint. It worked better than most other TVs I have tried it on but it did not blow my mind either. If you like 3D, you can't go wrong with this TV, and best of all you can use normal polarised glasses and not those chunky active shutter glasses that need recharging. The curve in the TV becomes invisible after a few weeks of use, I don't notice it at all any more. I won't wade into the argument of it it helps improve image depth, but for the most part you won't care soon after purchasing it.
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