Signature G6 Seriesby LG

  • Signature G6 Series
  • Signature G6 Series
  • Signature G6 Series
  • Signature G6 Series
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A definite buy! This is among the best in its class.
94%
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PROS

  • LG's Signature G6 OLED is one of the few sets on the market that's compatible with both Dolby Vision and HDR10 High Dynamic Range content.
  • While OLED sets are generally less bright than LED-driven LCDs, the Signature G6's Ultra HD Premium certification means it can achieve sufficient brightness for HDR.
  • The G6's svelte picture-on-glass design delivers on the promised OLED thinness, while a Harman Kardon soundbar built into the set's base provides better-than-average audio for a TV.

CONS

  • Although good overall at handling HDR, Dolby Vision-mastered content looks less vivid on the G6 Series when compared with top-shelf LCD UHDTVs.
  • Even with all of its improvements, the G6 Series doesn't provide any advantage over previous generation OLEDs when it comes to input lag and motion resolution.
  • The LG G6 Series TVs are pricey for what you get in comparison to LCD TVs and other OLED models.
LG's G6 Series sets have a striking picture-on-glass design with striking picture quality to match. Notably, they join select Vizio sets in being the only UHDTVs that are compatible with both Dolby Vision and HDR10 High Dynamic Range content. Premium Ultra HDTV certification means that the G6 Series can display brighter images than earlier OLED models while still retaining the unmatched shadow depth OLED is known for. The only serious downside is the reality that LED-driven LCD models, which are capable of greater light output, can ultimately provide a more vivid HDR experience. The LG G6 Series TVs are available in 55-inch and 65-inch screen sizes.
NameSignature G6 SeriesReference Series RS65-B2XBR-65X900BTC-65AX900UUN65JS9500
ManufacturerLGVizioSonyPanasonicSamsung
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This G6 may cost a pretty penny, but sometimes it's worth it to fly first class.

This G6 may cost a pretty penny, but sometimes it's worth it to fly first class.

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Perfect blacks, excellent color reproduction, and support for both HDR-10 and Dolby Vision HDR standards add up to an incredible display.

Perfect blacks, excellent color reproduction, and support for both HDR-10 and Dolby Vision HDR standards add up to an incredible display.

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Sound quality on the G6, while quite robust for the space it occupies in the highly minimalist sound bar/ processing unit along the bottom o…

Sound quality on the G6, while quite robust for the space it occupies in the highly minimalist sound bar/ processing unit along the bottom of the TV, could have been further improved even if it meant a slightly larger speaker system.

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90%

I could watch this TV all day, every day, for the rest of my life.

I could watch this TV all day, every day, for the rest of my life.

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80%

In presenting HDR 4K material, the LG G6 illuminated details and a depth of color that exceeded anything we've seen yet.

In presenting HDR 4K material, the LG G6 illuminated details and a depth of color that exceeded anything we've seen yet.

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There was no unwanted detail reduction, no digital manipulation, and no color accuracy problems that we could see: just glossy, accurate, vi…

There was no unwanted detail reduction, no digital manipulation, and no color accuracy problems that we could see: just glossy, accurate, vivid, naturally-colored images.

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The G6 looks to be the complete television. The panel is OLED, which yields great blacks with precision lighting and no halo effects whatsoe…

The G6 looks to be the complete television. The panel is OLED, which yields great blacks with precision lighting and no halo effects whatsoever.

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