My consumer opinion, specs and review of the premium big screen 65 inch 4k OLED TV LG OLED65B8PLA
Some of the mains specs of the LG OLED65B8PLA:
- Screen size: 65 inch
- Screen resolution: 3840 x 2160
- HDR: Yes, 4K Cinema HDR
- 4K Upscaler
- Audio: 40W, downfiring with sub-woofer (20W) with DTS
- AI - LG ThinQ AI artificial intelligence
- Smart TV: webOS Smart TV
- Price - around $3000
LG OLED65B8PLA - in today's TV review we will get familiar with one of the premium offers by the Korean manufacturer LG and their 65 inch 4k OLED TV OLED65B8PLA. That is one of the TVs I saw couple of weeks ago at a local tech store and was really impressed with the quality of this television.
Design and build quality
The LG OLED65B8PLA is a premium product and you can only expect high-end quality here. The OLED panel is extremely thin and it is really an impressive design. The frame is also super thin (but it is there) which makes the images kind of floating in the area where the TV is locate. I was really impressed with the looks and believe the build quality is on a high level as well.
|Premium design and build quality by LG|
Features, specs and technology
There some innovative features embedded in the OLED65B8PLA and also some that were present in previous LG televisions. Some of the most impressive are the Perfect Black and Perfect Color for delivering the deepest black and most realistic color range no matter the nature of the scene. The TV relies on the latest generation Alpha 7 Processor (α7) for enhanced picture processing. Cinema HDR (high dynamic range) and Dolby Atmos stereo surround sound are two of the other important features that add for the perfect TV and cinema experience.
|LG OLED65B8PLA color reproduction is great|
The LG OLED65B8PLA is also offered in a 55 inch version with code name OLED55B8PLA. I think the 65 inch version is perfect for home cinema while the OLED55B8PLA is the more balanced version for those who watch not only movies but watch cable TV and play video games for which the smaller 55 inch screen would be a bit more appropriate. Of course for the OLED65B8PLA you will need some extra space and some $500 more, the price is about $3000.