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LG EF950V uhd-oled Review – Better picture does not exist
There is quite some criticism on LG’s flat-uhd OLED TV. The sound is not very nice and the further two webOS operating system still had some float may be. However, when it comes to image quality, the EF950V simply has no equal. Because of the perfect black display contrast is super high. The color is perfect and thanks to the flat screen you get no undue distortion in image. This TV is expensive, but simply delivers the best picture quality available today.
Perfect black levels
Very good uniformity
Perfect viewing angles
Excellent color rendering
Mediocre sound quality
Relatively high energy consumption
Interface on the slow side
Tweakers zegt: 9
Available from: € 5999, –
Tested version: LG 65EF950V Black
When in 2013 the first OLED TVs appeared on the market, they were as good as priceless. LG’s first 55 “-hd model had to yield at launch in the Netherlands as many as nine thousand euro. Since then, the Korean brand is to improve the production process quite know, so there are now far fewer screens must be rejected. In addition, the production is cranked and thus OLED televisions are becoming more affordable. Now, even the 55 “-hd models for some seventeen hundred euros in the Pricewatch.
The model that we see in this review, the 65 “version of the LG EF950V has a uhd panel and is therefore quite a lot more expensive. At the time of writing had this TV for about six thousand euro in the Pricewatch. There is also a 55 “version, which costs about four thousand euros. Those are solid amounts, but these televisions also promise the best picture quality which is currently for sale and for top-class these prices are not uncommon.
The EF950V runs on webOS 2, so the operation is intuitive and easy. To operate, you’ll get the latest version of the Magic Remote with. Which this year received more buttons, so you have to rely a lot less on onscreenmenu programs. As you would expect from a high-end model, the EF950V can display 3D. The required passive glasses get supplied with the TV and it is now even at expensive televisions, no longer self-evident.
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Appearance and connectors
2. Appearance and connectors
4. WebOS 2 and media player
5. inputlag use with PC and 3d
6. Energy and sound
7. Display Properties
8. Image Processing
9. Measurement and Calibration
10. Specifications and photo gallery
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