Water mark burn in to screen
This LG oled Tv has severe burn in of the channel 7 logo we only watch 7 in the morning's for a few hours the scroll bar is visible as well not happy as it's not coverd by warranty $3.5 k for a Tv that does this is not good enough i will never buy a LG product again
Excellent picture but not enough Apps
This is probably the best TV I've owned so far, but it still has a few problems. The picture is excellent, especially the blacks and contrast. The curve is a bit of a gimmick I think, I cant notice any difference here. The app store works well, but there needs to be more apps available. Especially mainstream apps like the free to air TV catchup channels. So far, theres only ABC & SBS. Also the operating system could be easier to use. One little issue, sometimes the WIFI wont connect and you have to go in to settings and manually connect it.
Very Good Viewing experience, just a bit over rated in price
I bought this TV from Harvey Norman in Blacktown. Al older version was sold to me at a "DISCOUNTED" proce of $5400 plus $900 for extended warranty. Now, just 2 months later a new version of the same TV is being sold for $4000 and other sellers are giving warranty for as little as $400. However, the TV itself is very good. Be careful of the greedy sellers.
perfect and clear photo
perfect clear pictures. amazing color.
extremely easy to operate. webOS 2.0, perfect black levels and exceedingly bright whites.
It's equally adept in bright and dark rooms, showed accurate colour, excellent uniformity and solid video processing, and looks better from off-angle than any LED LCD. The TV looks striking in person, with organic curves and an insane 6mm depth on most of its body.
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