Let's take a look at LGs 65" B6 OLED HDR 4K TV!

Let's take a look at LGs 65" B6 OLED HDR 4K TV!

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alright guys I know what you're thinking already why the heck is Jay taking a look at a TV but this isn't the first one of taking a look at in fact last year we took a look at LG's OLED 65 eg 9600 which was an amazing TV but it had some things that I wish that it had but it didn't that the new LG b6 actually has which is why we're kind of reviewing this again now huge thank you to LG for sending over this TV for review they did send this specifically as a media review sample so it's important to let you know
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that this is 100% my opinions everything you're going to hear me say today is my opinion in my opinion only and I want to make sure that you guys understand that that is the way things are always going to be so huge think at LG for sending this over but remember what you're going to hear is 100% my opinion and now that business is out of the way let's talk about why we're looking at this today OLED technology or organic LED it's not new it's new in this format but it's not new we actually saw this years ago on small displays like tablets and cell phones and it became apparent
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immediately that the contrast range that you can get with OLED is unmatched I mean even in the old days of plasma where plasmas were like plasma gives you a true black plasma also couldn't give you the dynamic range you needed to also take it to that next level which is exactly what we're looking at here with this OLED technology now LG advertises an infinite contrast range OLED is the first time we are seeing a true 100 percent black which is amazing because
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that opened up the door to something else which is what we have today which is HDR or high dynamic range we'll talk more about that in a second now I believe their claim although I don't have a scope that I can put on this TV to actually measure is this truly an infinite contrast ratio I have a funny story to tell you here real quick my daughter's she's almost two and she's always taking the remote control and changing settings on things and she changed the settings on my set-top box too when the show is over it doesn't pop up the little play menu to tell you the show has ended you know pause recording delete whatever it just stops it just
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goes to a black screen and stops I didn't know that so my older daughter who's seven says daddy something's wrong the TV every time my show is done the TV turns off I'm going what I'm coming down here and I'm watching TV and then sure enough the show ended and the TV turned off I'm going what the heck the power lights still on I actually thought something was defective with the TV but I thought that doesn't make sense because the TV is only playing the signal being sent to it by the set-top box then I started messing around with it and I realized what was happening was the screen was going black but it was so dang black I
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thought that the panel turned off because I'm used to LED / LCD you know or CFL back lights flat panels that still have some light bleed that comes through the panel when it's turned on you guys know I'm talking about you turn on your computer you turn on your panel the panel flicks on you can tell the backlit turned on and the black screen turns kind of a gray color well you don't get that with OLED you get a true black one that made me feel like an idiot because I thought the TV wasn't turning on that's actually pretty damn cool if you think about it now that kind
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of segues me here into the next segment about brightness which is the next challenge when it comes to creating a true high dynamic range TV now the challenge has always been developing a TV that can one go dark enough to retain the details in the lows like things and shadows right you look at dark hallway or a dark alleyway in a movie is it just going to look like one washed out shadow are you gonna retain those spying details in there the same goes and this is actually the harder part retaining details in the highlights which are things that go towards the clipping or
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for white where all of the detail is lost because it's too bright well the CD has 20 stops of dynamic range which gives you an extremely wide range of brightness to work with which is why it has all the certifications that are expected for high definition or high dynamic range content now the last thing I want to talk about before we move on to webOS because this is more than just a TV is that 10-bit color that I mentioned just a second ago because you might be used to hearing the the 18 million colors because of RGB well this
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TV because of its 10-bit color is able to produce 1.07 billion colors not million billion this TV here is more than just a TV it is also a complete home entertainment system it's got all of the popular streaming there it's got YouTube it's got Hulu it's got Netflix but it's got a full-on web browser in there it's got LG Apps access to things like weather traffic news it's just it's all that you can even attach a camera to this and you can have video conference calls on here it
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has a microphone but setup on this thing is also ridiculously easy when you plug it in it automatically will detect it there's a wired internet connection or you can connect it to wireless it's going to update itself with the latest firmware you tell it who your TV provider is it will set up the box so that you can have a single remote to control everything oh let HDR technology like I mentioned it allows you to this TV is in a category of its own if you don't believe me go to Best Buy go somewhere where these are on display and just look for
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yourself it is absolutely a game changer when it comes to TVs and right now it's the only OLED panel is the only OLED panels are available by LG what I want to do quickly here as I start to wrap up this video is talk about some of the things that have changed with this panel versus the original OLED panel I took a look at last year which was the 65 eg 9600 the panel I looked at last year was curved it also had a flat option the one I'm looking at here now is a flat option this one is a 65 inch it's almost edge to edge not quite but it's pretty dang
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close it is thin as compared to the curved panel this one's even thinner because the curved has to have some rigidity right because it's curved this one's even thinner than that of course the base is a bit thicker where the electronics are this one has more HDMI HDMI ports once you hook up an HDR source to it it's going to detect that it's HDR you can even tell it go to HDR mode it will set itself up and you don't have to touch any of those expert settings or calibration it is ready to go out of the box of course you can calibrate it and go into the expert mode and change
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things but I don't feel that that's necessary the color on this is amazing it's not like oversaturated it is it is accurate and true exactly as you would expect it to be because of the amount of colors that can create and the HDR it's very close to what you see with your eyes and reality but one thing I was glad to see is it's also got a standard vase amount on the back of the TV which was something that the TV lasts you didn't have it had its own proprietary Mount which kind of sucked you spend a pretty penny for this TV then you've got
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to go buy and special mount for it not the case anymore you can use whatever wall mount you want in this case here I installed an articulating wall mount that allows me to make the TV look like it's floating it's kind of away from the wall I add some nice backlight to it the backlighting you see is not part of the TV it's actually something LED strips that I added I'm actually a little bit worried that I sound way too excited about this but guys I've had this installed now for several weeks and I've been looking at OLED TVs now in the living room for over a year I did like a whole living room remodel to do that last review and I did I did quite a bit of work to to get this one installed I
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had changed the mount which was kind of the sucky thing about them going back to vase amount was I had to get another mountain here so it was kind of like a double-edged sword but that's okay it's a that's something I'll I'll gladly live with but I'm curious you guys tell me how do you feel about this panel technology it's not cheap it's really not it is it is cutting edge but the price has come down significantly compared to where OLED first debuted and where we are today which is kind of the normal progression of technology so I'm curious as to what you guys think about this I can't wait until we see this on
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desktop that infinite contrast ratio HDR as long as the refresh rate is there then we're good guys sound off in the comments tell me what you think about this what TV are you using and of course if you live near a Best Buy don't take my word for it go there look at it and I mentioned Best Buy they're not sponsoring anything but I mentioned that only because it's the only place personally near me that I know has one on display but if you go anywhere they've got LG authorized retailer you will see a display for the OLED technology I guarantee it go and look then comment and tell me what you think time to go guys as always huge thank you
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once again to LG for sending this TV over movie movie-watching has never been the same in fact I've barely been to the theaters ever since I've taken a look at these panels because they are so amazed so much money like my 4k blu-ray player and stuff I paid for all that I remodel the whole living room last year just to enjoy it and I'm a sucker for these types of these types of videos I'm not just a PC guy guys not just a PC guy guys I just love tech tech is so cool all right guys thanks for watching I'm rambling now as always I'll see you the next month op you later
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