When you walk into someone’s home and see their living room the TV is usually one of the main things that makes your interest peak especially if its something nice as that just become a subject to talk about. The Television has been making its way through history as its technology just keeps advancing and making for better performance with each new generation. What was once a giant gas filled screen that was only a few inches in size has now grown to 70-inch TV’s becoming a common site in many well to do homes and models at the 4o-inch size are affordable to almost anyone now as they are priced to sell.
LG has been around for quite awhile now and although very well known for phones I think TV’s and home electronics is an area this company sharpened its teeth on and folks from around the world have an LG device of some type in their home. Now even a flat screen TV is becoming outdated as LG has announced their entirely new and ultimately cool OLED TV series that features screen sizes of up to 65-inches and a curved screen for great viewing anywhere in your living room regardless of where you are siting.
Like it or hate it Web OS is back and it works very well to navigate and control your content on the OLED series TV’s something that will be a pleasant surprise to many. The remote is handy and has a layout that is easy to use and offers zero resistance in using it, unlike some I have used in the past.
Trying to describe what you see is a bit hard, hut I think the word "wow" does the job very nicely as the 65-inch OLED we received is simply thee best looking TV on the market at this time point although I am sure at CES 2016 even more models will be let loose according to our sources at LG.
Featuring Harmon Kardon 5.1 surround speakers inside the TV is an added bonus this makes your audio experience as nice as your visual feast. Although not as loud as a stand alone 5.1 or 7.1 system the audio levels are loud enough to make you feel immersed in what you are watching on the screen.
With virtually no edge the TV looks like the screen engulfs the entire area and for restaurants and those looking to use multiple TV’s to make one giant screen, this will be a very key feature of the OLED line.
Author: Elric Phares