E6 Seriesby LG

  • E6 Series
  • E6 Series
  • E6 Series
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A definite buy! This is among the best in its class.
91%
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PROS

  • Though less expensive than the company's flagship Signature G6 models, LG E6 Series OLED TVs still provide the same compatibility with both the HDR10 and Dolby Vision high dynamic range video formats.
  • The E6 Series' Ultra HD Premium certification means higher peak brightness than earlier OLED models, allowing the LG sets to deliver the full benefits of high dynamic range content.
  • The E6 Series' high brightness combined with 4K resolution means that 3D images viewed through the included passive glasses look great.

CONS

  • The Smart TV and Web browsing experience on LG's E6 Series models can be sluggish compared with the company's flagship G6 Series sets.
  • Color accuracy for the E6 Series when displaying HDR10 sources isn't as reliable as it is with Dolby Vision content.
  • While Ultra HDTV and Blu-rays Discs look great on E6 series sets, older sources including standard-definition cable and satellite look worse for wear.
Priced at $2,000 less than the company’s flagship Signature G6 OLED UHDTVs, the E6 Series delivers most of the same picture quality benefits, including compatibility with both the HDR10 and Dolby Vision high dynamic range formats, high peak brightness, and excellent rendition of 3D images. Color accuracy can vary according to which format you’re viewing, and older sources such as standard-definition cable TV generally suffer when displayed on the ultra high-def screen, but LG’s E6 Series overall are among the most impressive TVs you can buy today.
NameE6 SeriesSignature G6 Series65EF9500X930D SeriesUN65JS9500
ManufacturerLGLGLGSonySamsung
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I can say that I’ve never seen a better TV than the LG E6 OLED.

I can say that I’ve never seen a better TV than the LG E6 OLED.

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Because it's brighter than the average TV, emits no luminance during shadow/black production, and boasts four times the resolution of 1080p …

Because it's brighter than the average TV, emits no luminance during shadow/black production, and boasts four times the resolution of 1080p sets, the E6 does serious justice to the waning 3D format

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The E6's speaker system is designed by Harmon Kardon and delivers 40W of output. Background noise and voice separation are noticeably more d…

The E6's speaker system is designed by Harmon Kardon and delivers 40W of output. Background noise and voice separation are noticeably more distinct and there is plenty of volume to fill a large room.

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89%

The E6 has a much better peak brightness than any other OLED TV we have reviewed.

The E6 has a much better peak brightness than any other OLED TV we have reviewed.

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86%

webOS 3.0 is undoubtedly one of the best TV operating systems around right now.

webOS 3.0 is undoubtedly one of the best TV operating systems around right now.

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82%

About the only area this TV falls short, at least compared to other LG televisions, is the sound. While nice, it is not as powerful as other…

About the only area this TV falls short, at least compared to other LG televisions, is the sound. While nice, it is not as powerful as other LG TVs with more power and more speaker channels. However, this is still a great TV that has a lot to offer.

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Thanks to its self-emissive display properties, the LG E6V OLED did not suffer from any viewing angle restrictions in terms of contrast and …

Thanks to its self-emissive display properties, the LG E6V OLED did not suffer from any viewing angle restrictions in terms of contrast and saturation, although brighter elements took on a blue tint off-axis.

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During my preview of the OLED55C6, I was able to experience its performance with Dolby Vision 4K HDR feeds of Pan and Jupiter Ascending. It’…

During my preview of the OLED55C6, I was able to experience its performance with Dolby Vision 4K HDR feeds of Pan and Jupiter Ascending. It’s fair to say that the resulting pictures looked mesmerising.

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[T]he E6 is not only a 4K TV with full HDR certification for both HDR10 (UHD Alliance) standards and Dolby Vision HDR specs qualification, i…

[T]he E6 is not only a 4K TV with full HDR certification for both HDR10 (UHD Alliance) standards and Dolby Vision HDR specs qualification, it’s also a stunning piece of display technology by nearly any measure. The picture quality of the E6 can barely be overstated in just how good it is across almost all key metrics.

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