Top products from r/OLED

We found 41 product mentions on r/OLED. We ranked the 116 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/Geoblime · 1 pointr/OLED

This is the best mount for LG oleds by far. Extremely well built and very slim. Flits my C8 perfectly! Plus legit LG product. It was much cheaper when I bought it. I’m sure you can find a good deal if you look around.
LG slim mount

u/kami77 · 2 pointsr/OLED

HDMI is really hit or miss at long cable lengths when you're at the bandwidth limits. First you need to try a shorter cable, like 10 ft or less, and eliminate your video card (or any sett!ngs) as the issue.

Try an active cable such as this -- beyond standard active cables are fiber cables but those get expensive. Note that active cables have a specific end that goes into the TV unlike passive cables which go either way.

u/C0RPORAL · 1 pointr/OLED

ECHOGEAR Full Motion Articulating...

I use this on my 77" C9. Things amazing, definitely recommend

u/KiLLCraZy87 · 1 pointr/OLED

I know it’s a little more $ than others but I was nervous in getting a cheaper mount for my first OLED.

I just got an LG 65 C9 OLED and just mounted it 2 days ago with this:
ECHOGEAR Full Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount Bracket for 42"-80" TVs - Easy to Install On 16", 18" or 24" Studs & Features Smooth Articulation, Swivel, Tilt - EGLF2

Couldn’t be more happier.

u/theod4re · 2 pointsr/OLED

For anyone who wants a calibrated SDR without paying for a professional calibration, I highly recommend Spears & Munsil.

Proper contrast, proper brightness, proper color with included blue filter, and it also has a nice AV sync calibration tool for audio delays.

u/dharvey1221 · 2 pointsr/OLED

Did the same, I got this cable from amazon and ran it from the receiver to the C9. MonoPrice HDMI


I needed another one to go from my ATV4k to my receiver. Went to menards and picked up a RCA 6 ft HDMI 4k rated to 18gbs. So far everything looks great.

u/wdhiggs · 1 pointr/OLED

I bought one of those moving boxes from amazon comes with a ton of foam and threw in a bunch more bubble wrap in between and it worked out great.

it was one of these

u/Trizurp · 1 pointr/OLED

I also wanted a low profile mount and ended up getting this one, very satisfied with it

LG Electronics OTW420B EZ Slim Wall Mount

u/RoncoLLC · 5 pointsr/OLED

This is what I use and it works great. PowerBridge TWO-CK Dual Outlet Recessed In-Wall Cable Management System with PowerConnect for Wall-Mounted Flat Screen LED, LCD, and Plasma TV's

u/Kemaro · 1 pointr/OLED

My B7A came with the 3.5mm to RCA dongle. You could pick up a cheap wii to hdmi adapter from amazon which would result in much better picture quality than the composite connection:

u/Cash091 · 2 pointsr/OLED

You could try HDMI over Cat5e. This one from Amazon claims to support 1080p120hz.

u/neolfex · 6 pointsr/OLED

I bought this cover for mine. It slides on and off very easily.

Kuzy TV Cover 55", Display Protector for Flat Screen up to 55-inch Dust Cover - Made in USA - BLACK

u/dingusheads · 2 pointsr/OLED

I just ordered this one but anything should work. First link no tax free shipping.

It's made by LG specifically for your model OLED tv

u/entaro_tassadar · 1 pointr/OLED

Something like this...didn’t bother to install the back panels

Sonax FB-2600 Fiji 60-Inch TV Component Bench, Ravenwood Black

You can remove the middle shelves so on one side I can fit my cube case HTPC.

u/Ocram21G · 2 pointsr/OLED

I use this basic swiveling one. Like it a lot. Don’t use the swivel as often as I did with the previous TV though, since the OLED is so thin:

u/Zyybolt · 2 pointsr/OLED

Spears and Munsil is a very comprehensive calibration disc.

u/MagnusAuslander · 3 pointsr/OLED

Suggest you get a good Ethernet cable to hook up to TV. And some of the following...

For hooking up external hard drives to TV:
UGREEN Micro USB 3.0 Cable USB 3.0 Type A Male to Micro B Cord for Samsung Galaxy S5, Note 3, Camera, Hard Drive and More 1.5ft Black

For sound bar/home theater receiver:
Cable Matters Gold Plated Toslink Digital Optical Audio Cable with Metal Connectors and Braided Jacket 10 Feet

For HDMI cables:
Monoprice 115429 Certified Premium High Speed HDMI Cable, 4K @ 60Hz, HDR, 18Gbps, 28AWG, YUV 4:4:4, 10ft, Black

u/jefsaylo · 1 pointr/OLED

I wonder if it's worth mentioning that I am using an HDMI 2.1 cable from the TV to the AVR. The cables from the PC to TV and XBOX to AVR were simple HDMI 2.0 High Speed cables.

That could be another factor.

u/coldtires · 1 pointr/OLED

Purchase an active HDMI cable, these can work better for longer distances, then in Nvidia control panel under resolution\nvidia color change the output to 8-bit YUV/YCC 444 for better compatibility with TV or select YCC 422 if still having problems as it is lower bandwidth.

u/rabel10 · 1 pointr/OLED

I use one of these:

Put it where your cat likes to jump up. I put it behind the TV at night so he doesn't get to the cables.

I also have this TV cover. I use it mostly for the occasional sunlight that comes in, but it does keep him from rubbing on the TV.

u/eep2378 · 3 pointsr/OLED

I use a powerbridge to wall mount my displays. Very clean and professional looking and you won't have that silly plastic strip running down your wall hiding cables.

PowerBridge TWO-CK Dual Outlet Recessed In-Wall Cable Management System with PowerConnect for Wall-Mounted Flat Screen LED, LCD, and Plasma TV’s

u/AHrubik · 1 pointr/OLED

If you're looking for entry level OLED at a reasonable price check out MassDrop as they are a legit supplier with full warranty.

Seems a bit low for a 65C7 even on clearance which they are right now. If it were $2199 U.S. I would say it was okay.

For reference this is the U.S. price from Amazon. $2599

u/pawelmwo · 2 pointsr/OLED

Thanks! The foam is an acoustic wedge. A bit expensive but does the job.

Auralex Acoustics Monitor/Speaker Isolation Pads 12" x 8.75" x 2" MoPAD XL

u/blitzinger · 1 pointr/OLED

So my whole installation process was the first diy project I ever did. If you knew me, you'd know if I can do it, you can do it.

Issues I had: studs closer than expected (and metal), tons of insulation I had to rip out, cable connecting.

Studs closer together - I think universal standard is 16" apart where these were like 8 or 9. So when you get the powerbridge soundbar unit, you will notice it's like 11 or 12" long. Fortunately the main plug area is relatively small and the rest is to hold slack for cables. If you have the space, I highly suggest utilizing the whole piece. I had to tuck cable into the wall vertically to make it work after sawing off a big chunk to get it to fit.

Insulation - not everyone will have this issue. My wall was packed with this stuff and when it came time to fish the cables through the wall, it was a pain in the ass. I kept thinking i got it all only to find myself hitting more of it.

Cable connecting - this part was relatively easy and the issue I had is basically the insulation.

Just make sure that your top outlet (behind tv), mid outlet (soundbar) and bottom outlet (power) are all aligned vertically or close to it so you're within the same two studs. Other than that, it's pretty easy.

I do want to give a tip that will save you a headache in the long run and this cannot be overstated: IF you plan on using Apple TV 4k, arguably the best box for 4k content, with your OLED TV and you plan to mount your tv, go to Amazon and get this cable Monoprice 115429 Certified...

I know many people say HDMI cables are all the same. They're not. That logic applied to old HDMI cables. New ones are designed for 4k which requires a lot more bandwidth. Also when you run through the wall, you're bound to encounter interference.

We had a great HDMI cable but because it was old, the frequency would get distorted and the tv would flicker before going black. It's a known issue. If you Google it, you'll find many people with the issue.

At the time I installed, one cable proved to work but the largest one was 6ft. I needed 10ft. This cable came out shortly after. I read reviews and people who had same issue ordered this. We took tv off, fished the new cable down, plugged it all in, and we haven't had an issue since. I can't recommend this cable enough. It fucking sucks having to turn off Apple TV blind because of no picture and turning it off again. This would happen several times a day for weeks.