Reddit Reddit reviews LG Electronics OLED55B6P Flat 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2016 Model)

We found 22 Reddit comments about LG Electronics OLED55B6P Flat 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2016 Model). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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LG Electronics OLED55B6P Flat 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2016 Model)
Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 48.4" x 28.1" x 1.9", TV with stand: 48.4" x 29.9" x 8.9"Smart functionality gives you access to your favorite apps and content using webOS 3.0Pairs 4K Ultra HD picture clarity with the contrast, color, and detail of High Dynamic Range (HDR) for the most lifelike pictureIndividually lit OLED pixels achieve the ultimate contrast for outstanding picture qualityOLED does not require a backlight giving it deep blacks and making it extremely thinInputs: 4 HDMI, 3 USB, 1 RF, 1 Component, 1 Composite, 1 Ethernet, 1 Optical, 1 RS232C (Mini Jack)
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22 Reddit comments about LG Electronics OLED55B6P Flat 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2016 Model):

u/DamageJack · 48 pointsr/xboxone

I currently have hooked up to my new LG Oled 4k tv

Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox 360, OG Xbox
Wii,Wii U, Switch
Ps4, Ps3 Slim, Ps3 Phat,Ps2, PSX
Sega Genesis, Sega Dreamcast
(all other systems I own are not hooked up currently)

and I Have a Gaming PC in the Basement with HTC Vive

Cant wait for Xbox One X.

My currently philosophy is Video games are like Pokemon..Gotta Catch 'em All.

u/Clukos · 8 pointsr/nvidia

Yeah but it also costs 7 times as much as a Ps4 Pro. For the same amount of money you can get a Ps4 Pro and a nice 4k OLED TV.

Edit: The laptop costs $2699

Ps4 Pro ($399):

LG 4K OLED 55 Inch($1999):

u/vergingalactic · 7 pointsr/hfr

Yes. There are more than a couple 4k TVs that are capable of running at 1080p120 either natively or with some tweaking. I'm not sure of many that support >1080p and >60Hz simultaneously.

Blurbusters has a useful post on the subject.

They also have some forums with people posting about their successful overclocks over here.

This site is useful for finding the input lag of TVs but only lists the display refresh rate rather than the actual refresh rate the TV will accept from an input.

This site is extremely useful at confirming that a given TV supports true 120Hz:

Here's a decent TV with very little input lag:

There are some cool OLEDs that support 1080p 120Hz like this one. I would absolutely recommend OLED if you can afford it.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

u/NapalmDest54 · 2 pointsr/nvidia

The TVs are pretty decently priced, were even cheaper on Amazon during the sales last year. I expect prices to fall even lower this holiday season.

u/PM_ME-DAT-ASS · 1 pointr/hometheater

you wont. It will actually be slightly higher for the holidays. At Best Buy, last years 55in b6 bottomed out at 1599 prior to black friday, and then went back up to 1799 and stayed there after black friday.

here's what amazons price history for the B6 is. notice the dip during november that was never matched again? it was for about 2 weeks before black friday.

u/drdisappear · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

If it has to be 60 inch the KS8000, baring any backlight bleeding issues, is definitely the best bet. If 55 would work, OLED is pretty incredible - 1800 atm

u/urbanplowboy · 1 pointr/movies

This is just my personal opinion, and I'm probably way more particular about televisions than most people, but I don't think any 4K TV that cost less than $400 is worth buying. I'm personally holding out for OLED TVs coming down in price.

u/NintendoManiac64 · 1 pointr/ultrawidemasterrace

Oh, but OLED is that cheap!

If LG wanted to, they could be selling $500 27 inch 1080p OLED displays right now.

u/un1cr0n1c · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

4K with HDR10 without 3D leaves you to focus on pure picture quality.

The best of the best is LG's OLED range.

Obviously it's pricey but currently LG lead the way with picture quality.

If this is too pricey LG have some good models such at this one for almost half the price which are generally highly rated:

u/Gorillafist12 · 1 pointr/TVadvice
u/LuchoAntunez · 1 pointr/xboxone

$1825 a C6

Still pretty good

You don't have to buy the last and bigger.

u/skadus · 1 pointr/giantbomb


This guy?

u/chet-rocket-steadman · 1 pointr/giantbomb
u/Recalesce · 1 pointr/PS4

4K HDR OLED @ $2500 .

Samsung has some non-OLED 4k HDRs under $1000 during sales.

u/RatherMammonly · 0 pointsr/Televisions

OLED is dominated by LG.
There is currently the B6 model on sale but a little over your budget.
Amazon and TV Review 1, TV Review 2

Other brands such as Samsung have QLED and Vizio with their XLED TVs but they simply do not compare and are honestly over priced.

u/BoulderCAST · 0 pointsr/xboxone

B6 has some strange input lag issues which I dont believe have been fixed.These lag issues were not present on the rest of the OLED x6 series.

BTW, the 55" B6 is already under $2000 -->

u/Magoo2 · -2 pointsr/gadgets

Oled would be 2-3 grand (depending on size) unless you're buying them the second they release, which is dumb.

Just because some oled somewhere costs 6k doesn't mean it costs 6k to get into the oled game.

Source: bought an LG B6 65" OLED 2 months ago for $3,000.

Edit: lol, downvoted for the truth? LG OLED with HDR, 55 inch for $2,000 / 65 inch for $3,500.