LG C6 Review

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LG C6 Curved 4K OLED TV

Type: OLED Resolution: 4k Refresh Rate: 120 Hz Screen Size: 55″ – 65″

If you are like me, you are a big fan of LG televisions. If you aren’t, yet, you will be after you see what the LG C6 has to offer. I’ve looked at many different TVs over the years, including different models from LG, and I have to say I am really impressed with the LG OLED C6.

The first thing I’ll rave about is the picture quality. After all, that is why anyone spends their hard-earned money on a TV, right?

Full HD is great, but wait until you see how good 4K TV looks. The depth and detail of the picture quality is hard to describe in words and give it justice. You really have to see it to have a full appreciation, but I’m confident saying you won’t be disappointed when you fire up the LG C6.

8.1Dark Room
8.0Average Room
8.7Bright Room
8.0Video Games
8.9Daily Use
8.0Extra Features
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The 4K resolution is made possible by over eight million pixels. LG even found a way to have the TV control each of those pixels individually. By doing this, the OLED55C6 and OLED65C6 can balance the picture to balance the colors, brightness and contrast. Dark scenes are not too dark and bright scenes are not too bright. Instead, they are just right. You’ll truly appreciate this the first time you watch a dark movie sequence and can pick out details you wouldn’t have seen on your old TV.

LG also supports something called HDR, or High Dynamic Range, to blend colors and darks together seamlessly. The result is crystal clear images that look amazing in any light and from any angle.

You will also see way more colors than you are used to seeing. In fact, the only other time I’ve seen so many colors is at the cinema.

The LG C6 has 3D capability and even comes with two sets of 3D glasses. This is a nice touch, since 3D glasses can get pricey, quickly. Thankfully, LG includes a couple glasses with the television, so you can watch your favorite movies in 3D and watch the action come flying at you off the screen.

LG made it very simple to switch between different content, such as going back and forth between live television and online content. The user interface also allows you to quickly check your favorite social media sites and browse different web sites. Thanks to the TV’s synch feature, I could also connect my tablet to the TV and show pictures and videos on the large screen, with awesome resolution.

One thing that really surprised me was how much I liked the remote control. This is because of the technology LG built into it, which caused them to dub the remote “magic”. Basically, the remote can function like a mouse to scroll and click, while also letting you speak certain commands to control the TV. That’s right, you can change the channel or the volume, all with your voice.

The audio from the LG C6 OLED TV is nice, but not as powerful as other models from LG. The C6 provides 40 watts of audio through a 4 channel speaker system. You get the expected audio features like Dolby Digital, DTS and a surround sound mode. The sound system is designed by Harmon Kardon, so although it isn’t as powerful as other LG models, it is better than what other brands offer.

All in all, the LG C6 is a very nice OLED television. I expected great pictures because of the 4K resolution, but the OLED technology makes the picture even better. Add solid audio and some Smart TV features you won’t find from other manufacturers, and you get a TV that should be at the top of your list.

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With the OLED LG C6 in your living room, you can expect incredible pictures with bright, vivid colors and sharp details even in dark scenes. The 4K resolution and OLED technology come together to produce a picture quality that can’t be adequately described in words. You have to see it to appreciate it.

The LG OLED65C6 (and OLED55C6p) also includes 3D viewing and two pairs of 3D glasses, which other manufacturers don’t include. Throw in solid sound, a remote that lets you use voice commands and a newly-designed Smart TV interface – and you get a TV that will be on everyone’s gift list this year.

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