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LG OLED55B6V 55" £1399 @ appliance electronics
LG OLED55B6V 55" £1399 @ appliance electronics

LG OLED55B6V 55" £1399 @ appliance electronics

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LG OLED55B6V 55"

Technical Specifications

Screen technology OLED
4k HDR Yes
Screen size 55"
Resolution 3840 x 2160
Picture enhancement Perfect Mastering Engine
Video CODEC: HEVC H.264
4k HDR
Multimedia functions Screen mirroring
Smartphone app Yes - SmartThinQ
WiFi Built-in WiFi
Ethernet Yes
DLNA certified Yes
HDMI 2.0 x 4 (ARC compatible x 1)
Component input x 1
Composite input x 1
USB 2.0 x 2
USB 3.0 x 1
Optical audio connection x 1
DVB-T2 Freeview HD Tuner
DVB-S2 Freesat HD Tuner
Electronic programme guide 8-day EPG and 7-day catch up with Freeview Play
Speakers 4
Audio power 40 W
Sound enhancement Harman & Kardon
Remote control Yes - Magic remote
Voice control Yes
Table-top stand Yes
Sleep timer
Parental lock
Energy efficiency class B
On-mode power consumption 145 W
Annual power consumption 212 kWh
Colour Black
Internal menu languages 34 languages
OLED55B6V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" OLED TV
AC power cable
Unboxed: 715 x 1229 x 48.6 mm (H x W x D)
Unboxed with stand: 759 x 1229 x 225 mm (H x W x D)
Unboxed: 15.3 kg
Unboxed with stand: 18.6 kg
Boxed: 25.1 kg
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9 Comments

Only 1 year warranty - cold

JL will price match so £1,399 with 5 year warranty X)

"Thank you for your price match request for the LG OLED55B6V 4k Ultra HD smart TV.

I have looked into your request and will be happy to match the price of £1429.00 for the LG OLED55B6V 4k Ultra HD smart TV seen at Crampton & Moore and of £1,399.00 as seen at Appliance Electronics."

Edited by: "villa1904" 5th Jun

Oooo... if only it was £150 cheaper, £1250 is my max I've decided. I don't need it, it is entirely a want purchase and I figure it'll prob not drop that low so this keeps it almost in reach without me spending lol! (And if it does drop that low, bargain!)

xflem

Oooo... if only it was £150 cheaper, £1250 is my max I've decided. I d … Oooo... if only it was £150 cheaper, £1250 is my max I've decided. I don't need it, it is entirely a want purchase and I figure it'll prob not drop that low so this keeps it almost in reach without me spending lol! (And if it does drop that low, bargain!)



I did a lot of research before buying a 4k TV. The consensus is you'll never regret spending a little more, but you will regret spending a little less.

bankersarebankers

I did a lot of research before buying a 4k TV. The consensus is you'll … I did a lot of research before buying a 4k TV. The consensus is you'll never regret spending a little more, but you will regret spending a little less.



Yes, you never want to sit there thinking, "should have bought the OLED."

xflem

Oooo... if only it was £150 cheaper, £1250 is my max I've decided. I d … Oooo... if only it was £150 cheaper, £1250 is my max I've decided. I don't need it, it is entirely a want purchase and I figure it'll prob not drop that low so this keeps it almost in reach without me spending lol! (And if it does drop that low, bargain!)



Its only a matter of time before your price point is reached. If you don't need it right now just wait. My price point is £1000. Have been using a budget Furrion 55" TV for the last 5 years. Going to hang on until the £1000 price is reached unless it breaks down. Then I will have to think again

Have they provided a firmware update to support Hybrid Log Gamma on this model ?

if only they came in 50" size.

Sadly this seems to have gone up to £1525 now but with a 5 year warranty
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