Best LG TVsBy Reviewed.com Staff
If you really care about picture quality, it's easy to go overboard when shopping for a new TV. And that's before you even start to consider the latest innovations, like 4K, curved screens, and advanced smart features.
LG makes it even more tempting to go way, way overboard than most brands. Why? Because the company almost completely owns TV's hottest technology: OLED. But even the company's more mundane, affordable LED sets tend to provide excellent value and a great viewing experience.
We've put dozens of LG TVs through the wringer in our state-of-the-art labs, and these five rose to the top. If you're a true videophile and want to know more about a specific model, just click through to our full review to learn more.
Updated May 11, 2017
The dream of a cheap OLED may have to wait until next year, but one look at the C7 is all it takes to fall head-over-heels in love.. All in all, the rich, accurate color; perfect black levels; wide viewing; and generally smooth, acceptable motion settings combine to make for a picture that is truly breathtaking. Like top-notch HDR, OLED is one of those TV experiences you kind of have to see to believe.
While it may not have quite the same fancy design as the LG's flagship G6 "Signature" series, the E6 is essentially its equal in terms of picture quality, making the svelte design and webOS 3.0 platform feel like icing on the cake. It's still not a cheap option at $5,999, but it's easily one of the best TVs we've ever tested, bested only by its slightly more posh big brother. If you've got the clams, the E6 is a sure thing.
Where To Buy$4,297.00 Amazon Buy $4,296.99 Walmart Buy
At $2,500 for the 55-inch and $4,000 for the 65-inch, the LG B6 series isn't going to fly off the shelves at Wal-Mart, but it's still way more affordable than any OLED before. If you've been pining for a flat, not-insanely-expensive-and-frilly OLED that deftly avoids the issues that plagued the fledgling tech a few years ago, the LG B6 series is it.
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In a nutshell, we can't realistically recommend LG's W7 OLED to most people. Why? Because we already know LG's other 2017 OLEDs—the G7, E7, C7, and B7—are likely to be nearly as good and cost significantly less. So for 99.9% of people, just wait and pick up one of those.
Where To Buy$7,999.99 Best Buy Buy $7,999.18 Walmart Buy $7,999.99 Crutchfield Buy
The 55EG9100's inky shadows, rich colors, and hyper-thin profile meet our sky-high expectations for OLED TVs. We like the stand a lot better than on the EC9300 from the previous year, and the smart TV functionality (webOS 2.0) is almost as good as a dedicated streaming box. Best of all? This is LG's most affordable OLED to date. While $2,000 is a lot for a 55-inch 1080p TV, it's an absolute bargain for an OLED.