Sit down, relax and enjoy the show – that is exactly what we can expect from the LG 2017 OLED TV series. It has 10 different models all equipped with Active HDR and Dolby Atmos sound that turns it into a complete entertainment hub. In fact, the 77-inch variant received a 2017 CES Best Innovation Award for its Picture-on-Wall design. Let’s take a closer look at the product.
Less is more and this TV really showcases that. It has less bulk (hardly any, actually) with the OLED panel measuring just 2.57mm. It can be mounted directly on the wall with only magnetic brackets so there is practically no space in between the wall and the TV. It is only as thick as a credit card so it looks more like wall art than an appliance. Want to give your space an upgrade? This OLED TV just might be what you need.
The Picture Quality
So the exterior looks great but what about the picture quality? Considering how thin the LG 2017 OLED TVs are, it’s natural to have some doubts about it. These TVs are equipped with Dolby Vision, enabling them to deliver greater brightness, fuller contrasts and richer color. The Active HDR feature processes pictures per frame, making it incredibly lifelike and visually impressive.
The Sound Experience
The OLED TVs are equipped with Dolby Atmos. Need I say more? Just like in the movies, the rich, multilayered sound it produces complements the visual experience with full audio immersion. The powerful sound fills the room and the moving audio flows around the audience, giving it a full cinematic experience.
What movies and TV shows can we watch using LG’s 2017 OLED series? FYI, there are over 80 studio titles compatible with Dolby Vision and 100 titles for Atmos. There are 25 that available for both formats. If you want to really test the cinematic powers of the OLED TVs, it is probably best to begin with those.
However, there will be more available content real soon. Dolby Vision titles on Ultra HD Blu-ray are on the way along with HDR online content thanks to the latest version of LG intuitive web OS smart TV platform v3.5. LG also partnered with leading digital content providers such as Amazon, VUDU and Netflix to expand the number of movie and TV show choices. Now, viewers can experience the shows exactly as the creators envisioned because the entire 2017 OLED TV lineup has the same technology as Hollywood’s premium content. Talk about bringing the full cinematic experience right to your own home.