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LG 65" Class 4K UHD 2160P OLED Smart TV with HDR OLED65CXPUA 2020 Model

Model: OLED65CXPUA
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LG OLED TV CX redefines everything you see. Once you’ve seen LG OLED TV, other TVs pale in comparison. OLED is a difference-maker for movies, shows, sports and gaming. From the gridiron to the iron throne, no detail goes unseen. And only OLED pixels emit their own light for perfect black, intense color and stunning picture — backed by AI Picture Pro and AI Sound Pro, our best 4K processor, connected home features and cutting-edge gaming tech in the world’s #1 selling OLED TV.
  • Screen Size
    65"
  • Resolution
    4K (2160P)
  • Is Smart
    Y
  • Display Technology
    OLED
  • Number of HDMI Connections
    4
  • Assembled Product Width
    57 in

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LG OLED TV CX redefines everything you see. Once you’ve seen LG OLED TV, other TVs pale in comparison. OLED is a difference-maker for movies, shows, sports and gaming. From the gridiron to the iron throne, no detail goes unseen. And only OLED pixels emit their own light for perfect black, intense color and stunning picture — backed by AI Picture Pro and AI Sound Pro, our best 4K processor, connected home features and cutting-edge gaming tech in the world’s #1 selling OLED TV.
“T3 Awards 2020: LG's CX is the best gaming TV of 2020”

Speaking of gaming, Matt Bolton’s article on t3.com this week states “The LG CX is one of the best TVs of 2020 anyway, and with a full suite of gaming features that are ahead of pretty much any other set, this is the Best Gaming TV of 2020, and the perfect sidekick for your new console.” This is one article you’re going to want to read all the way through.

Follow the link to learn more:
https://www.t3.com/us/news/t3-awards-2020-lgs-cx-is-the-best-gaming-tv-of-2020


See how perfect LG OLED TVs can be.

Bring home the world’s #1 selling OLED TV. Only OLED pixels emit their own light, allowing for perfect black, intense color and stunning picture. Other TVs pale in comparison. There's LG OLED, then there's everything else.

• SELF-LIT LG OLED - See how OLED redefines picture quality - Once you’ve seen LG OLED TV with your own eyes, you'll understand. It’s stunning picture that redefines quality. Millions of OLED pixels emit their own light independently and can be completely turned off. This unveils perfect black, over a billion rich colors and infinite contrast. From the gridiron to the iron throne, no detail goes unseen.

• ThinQ AI - World's most intelligent TVs - LG ThinQ AI TVs are the only TVs with the Google Assistant and Alexa built-in*. LG ThinQ fully integrates the voice assistants you already use. No need to buy a separate device. Convenience and connected home control are at your command, making it easy to control other smart devices and LG smart products.

• G-SYNC Compatible - LG OLED TVs work seamlessly with NVIDIA G-SYNC® - Experience immersive gaming like never before. Only OLED TVs with NVIDIA G-SYNC* compatibility can provide the exceptional picture quality of perfect black and intense colors combined with smooth gameplay to take gaming to new heights.

• HDMI - HDMI speeds are faster than ever - LG OLED TVs feature the latest HDMI ports and eARC, supporting wider bandwidth for higher frame rates for sports and gaming. Gain a gaming advantage with less input lag, auto low latency mode, enhanced responsiveness and Variable Refresh Rate*.

• OLED Motion Pro - Fluid motion puts you in the moment - OLED Motion Pro is technology you see, but don't notice. It's our most advanced motion handling for fast movements in sports and action sequences. Kickoff returns look just as smooth at home as from 50-yard line seats, with less stuttering to slow down the big car chase.

Specifications

Display Technology
OLED
Resolution
4K (2160P)
Manufacturer
LG Electronics USA
Connector Type
HDMI Input; HDMI ARC; USB Ports; RF Connection Input; Composite Input; Ethernet Input; RS-232C Input; Digital Audio Output
Model
OLED65CXPUA
Screen Size
65"
Is Smart
Y
Brand
LG
Assembled Product Weight
71.8 lb
Format
Flat
Depth (with stand)
9.90"
Condition
New
Width (with stand)
57"
Manufacturer Part Number
OLED65CXPUA
Series
oled_cx
Streaming Services
VUDU; Netflix; Youtube; Showtime; Starz; Google Play; Sling; Hulu; Disney+; Pandora; LG Channels; Apple TV
Refresh Rate
120 Hz
Height (with stand)
33.90"
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
9.90 x 57.00 x 33.90 Inches

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Most helpful positive review
Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars
Not At All Sorry
I did tons of research on new TVs before taking the leap on this LG (OLED55CXPUA). I'm almost scared to buy anything new anymore but, maybe, that's just me! I replaced another (very) popular brand plasma (plasmas are no longer made) of approximately the same size (55") that was on its last legs after 8 years of very heavy use. Pros: 1. Amazing life-like picture (set to home) right out of the box 2. Terrific audio using just the TV's internal speakers alone (but I do have an old school amp and studio-style speakers for those films/concerts that demand "more") 3. Beautiful design with a frame I hardly notice 4. Deep blacks while maintaining great contrast on the things/people you want to see 5. Instantaneous sync with my Wi-Fi from about 60 feet away 6. The remote paired up instantly (but see the cons on this one) Cons: 1. The biggest P.I.T.A. was the TV stand! There is only a very poorly done pictorial instruction sheet on how to assemble the thing. Not at all intuitive, or maybe I'm just incompetent. I surely would've appreciated clearly labeled parts as to what went where. Hint, the large metal plate goes in front. Good luck! 2. Short proprietary(?) power cord ... about 3 feet. Plan ahead! 3. The remote is incredibly touchy. You need to shake it rapidly (left to right) at the TV to get the pointer to show up and then, once it does, it flies all over the screen with the least little movement when trying to get it to highlight a target; this even once you've found the adjustment to lower its sensitivity somewhere in the submenus. Not cool. Also, not backlit to help find very small buttons in a darkened room. I try to avoid this thing as much as possible. 4. Sooooo many menus and submenus ... rather a time-intensive learning curve. 5. The "Home" page with all its many apps and offerings comes on once you turn on the TV covering at least the bottom 25% of the screen. I've yet to figure out how to make that go away unless I want to call it up to change my source from Set-Top Cable Box to anything else. It seems to go away on its own ... sometimes rather quickly, others not until I actually use the remote to target my desired source. 6. Not really a con as to the use of the TV: but it was kinda scary unpacking it. While packaged exceedingly well, the screen itself seems quite fragile and I couldn't help but worry it would crack or break or something equally awful. I decided it was a two-person job (but I'm 60 and short(!)) ... and the box was as tall as I am! I don't use the TV for gaming so I can't comment on its performance there; nor do I use it for Google Assistant or Alexa (not interested). Otherwise, I'm pretty happy with the TV overall and do, absolutely, confirm that the picture is every bit as detailed, sharp and stunning as was my plasma.
Most helpful negative review
2 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Terrible
I drought this T.V. got it july 3 the arc couldn't see my Dolby atmos sound bar then it couldn't see my xbox one x and ps4 pro now it shuts off when I turn it on doesn't stay on no longer than 3 seconds bad experience will never buy a L.G. again [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Most helpful positive review
Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars
Not At All Sorry
I did tons of research on new TVs before taking the leap on this LG (OLED55CXPUA). I'm almost scared to buy anything new anymore but, maybe, that's just me! I replaced another (very) popular brand plasma (plasmas are no longer made) of approximately the same size (55") that was on its last legs after 8 years of very heavy use. Pros: 1. Amazing life-like picture (set to home) right out of the box 2. Terrific audio using just the TV's internal speakers alone (but I do have an old school amp and studio-style speakers for those films/concerts that demand "more") 3. Beautiful design with a frame I hardly notice 4. Deep blacks while maintaining great contrast on the things/people you want to see 5. Instantaneous sync with my Wi-Fi from about 60 feet away 6. The remote paired up instantly (but see the cons on this one) Cons: 1. The biggest P.I.T.A. was the TV stand! There is only a very poorly done pictorial instruction sheet on how to assemble the thing. Not at all intuitive, or maybe I'm just incompetent. I surely would've appreciated clearly labeled parts as to what went where. Hint, the large metal plate goes in front. Good luck! 2. Short proprietary(?) power cord ... about 3 feet. Plan ahead! 3. The remote is incredibly touchy. You need to shake it rapidly (left to right) at the TV to get the pointer to show up and then, once it does, it flies all over the screen with the least little movement when trying to get it to highlight a target; this even once you've found the adjustment to lower its sensitivity somewhere in the submenus. Not cool. Also, not backlit to help find very small buttons in a darkened room. I try to avoid this thing as much as possible. 4. Sooooo many menus and submenus ... rather a time-intensive learning curve. 5. The "Home" page with all its many apps and offerings comes on once you turn on the TV covering at least the bottom 25% of the screen. I've yet to figure out how to make that go away unless I want to call it up to change my source from Set-Top Cable Box to anything else. It seems to go away on its own ... sometimes rather quickly, others not until I actually use the remote to target my desired source. 6. Not really a con as to the use of the TV: but it was kinda scary unpacking it. While packaged exceedingly well, the screen itself seems quite fragile and I couldn't help but worry it would crack or break or something equally awful. I decided it was a two-person job (but I'm 60 and short(!)) ... and the box was as tall as I am! I don't use the TV for gaming so I can't comment on its performance there; nor do I use it for Google Assistant or Alexa (not interested). Otherwise, I'm pretty happy with the TV overall and do, absolutely, confirm that the picture is every bit as detailed, sharp and stunning as was my plasma.
Most helpful negative review
2 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Terrible
I drought this T.V. got it july 3 the arc couldn't see my Dolby atmos sound bar then it couldn't see my xbox one x and ps4 pro now it shuts off when I turn it on doesn't stay on no longer than 3 seconds bad experience will never buy a L.G. again [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I did tons of research on new TVs before taking the leap on this LG (OLED55CXPUA). I'm almost scared to buy anything new anymore but, maybe, that's just me! I replaced another (very) popular brand plasma (plasmas are no longer made) of approximately the same size (55") that was on its last legs after 8 years of very heavy use. Pros: 1. Amazing life-like picture (set to home) right out of the box 2. Terrific audio using just the TV's internal speakers alone (but I do have an old school amp and studio-style speakers for those films/concerts that demand "more") 3. Beautiful design with a frame I hardly notice 4. Deep blacks while maintaining great contrast on the things/people you want to see 5. Instantaneous sync with my Wi-Fi from about 60 feet away 6. The remote paired up instantly (but see the cons on this one) Cons: 1. The biggest P.I.T.A. was the TV stand! There is only a very poorly done pictorial instruction sheet on how to assemble the thing. Not at all intuitive, or maybe I'm just incompetent. I surely would've appreciated clearly labeled parts as to what went where. Hint, the large metal plate goes in front. Good luck! 2. Short proprietary(?) power cord ... about 3 feet. Plan ahead! 3. The remote is incredibly touchy. You need to shake it rapidly (left to right) at the TV to get the pointer to show up and then, once it does, it flies all over the screen with the least little movement when trying to get it to highlight a target; this even once you've found the adjustment to lower its sensitivity somewhere in the submenus. Not cool. Also, not backlit to help find very small buttons in a darkened room. I try to avoid this thing as much as possible. 4. Sooooo many menus and submenus ... rather a time-intensive learning curve. 5. The "Home" page with all its many apps and offerings comes on once you turn on the TV covering at least the bottom 25% of the screen. I've yet to figure out how to make that go away unless I want to call it up to change my source from Set-Top Cable Box to anything else. It seems to go away on its own ... sometimes rather quickly, others not until I actually use the remote to target my desired source. 6. Not really a con as to the use of the TV: but it was kinda scary unpacking it. While packaged exceedingly well, the screen itself seems quite fragile and I couldn't help but worry it would crack or break or something equally awful. I decided it was a two-person job (but I'm 60 and short(!)) ... and the box was as tall as I am! I don't use the TV for gaming so I can't comment on its performance there; nor do I use it for Google Assistant or Alexa (not interested). Otherwise, I'm pretty happy with the TV overall and do, absolutely, confirm that the picture is every bit as detailed, sharp and stunning as was my plasma.
I drought this T.V. got it july 3 the arc couldn't see my Dolby atmos sound bar then it couldn't see my xbox one x and ps4 pro now it shuts off when I turn it on doesn't stay on no longer than 3 seconds bad experience will never buy a L.G. again [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Best OLED Screen On The Market

This is by far my best investment in a while. The low input lag makes it great for gaming. The HDR is very bright and looks amazing. The picture quality is also amazing, giving perfect blacks and very bright whites. Really recommend if you're willing to spend a bit more money. This product is worth every penny of the price.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

The Future Starts Here

Wow, this makes the initial jump years ago from SD to HD pale in comparison. Sleek, modern design sets the stage for the best picture and audio I have seen and heard yet from a TV. Incorporating the latest developments in AI and internet streaming service, while also leading the way in the next generation of gaming and video, best all around picture I could ask for!

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Great picture and recognized all my devices

The picture on this tv really is stunning. The true blacks make the colors pop, and 4k really feels like you're there! I was pleasantly surprised when I was setting this tv up for the first time, and a built in wizard found all of my connected devices - through a single HDMI! A few minutes was all it took and I was done. I've had zero issues with this LG, and would buy it again in a heartbeat! Built in apps put everything in one place and make cutting the cord that much easier. UPDATE: I've owned this tv for over a month now and I'm still very impressed with the picture quality and the built in apps. The one thing I struggled with was the “wake” feature, which will sense other devices and automatically turn the tv on. This is a great feature, especially if you are running a decent receiver to control your home theater. The issue I was having was actually related to the 4K stick that I was using, but a couple of setting changes and it was fixed! This LG is very intuitive and seems to “want” to work with other devices, which is great for a change! I wouldn't hesitate to buy another LG. Watching movies that we've seen many times in the past, is now jaw dropping with the OLED. I was initially concerned about OLEDs suffering from burn in images if you left the screen on, but this LG has that covered. I paused a show and within seconds it began cycling through images and previews. No need to be concerned anymore! If we could sum it up in one word... Outstanding! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Wow! Just WOW!

Absolutely the best picture I've seen from any screen. The image is crisp, bright and just so life-like, watching 4K content is breath-taking. It's also fully loaded as well with HomeKit, Google Assistant and Alexa support right out of the box. Setting up the TV was very straight-forward. The settings and menu are very intuitive and well organized. This TV is a pleasure to use it's fast and responsive, the remote is also a air-type remote that moves the cursor by moving the remote. There is also a feature called LG Channels that gives you a ton of good channels and content to watch which is FREE! Yes, FREE! I couldn't be happier or ask for anything more from a TV. There are zero complaints from me, and the rest of the household. We love it so much we are going to get another one of these for the bedroom to replace our just recently purchased non-OLED TV. The difference is just amazing - you have to see it to believe it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

120HZ of Greatness

So let me start this off by saying that I have an LG OLED55C6P. This was LG's 2nd generation OLED. I absolutely love the TV. Still have it, moved it into the the bedroom now :) Now with this 65inch and being four generations newer I expected quite a few improvements. Boy did I get them. Setup, and I cannot stress this enough, was a breeze for me. Arc(eArc) in this instance is substantially better than what I had previously. I connected my soundbar with all the connections and the TV immediately recognized it. That was such a welcoming feature that I never expected. I struggled mightily with the old TV, making it that easy will help a lot of other customers as well. Once I set it all up I put through it's paces. One thing that I can do now is that I can actually game on this through my PC, which has been something I've been wanting to do for a long time. The fact that this has the capabilities to run 4K at 120HZ refresh rate is just amazing. Gaming looks absolutely gorgeous on it, and I can't wait for the new systems come Holiday season. I then threw a couple movies through it to see how the TV held up. John Wick was the first movie, reason being is that it has great dark scenes and some really colorful moments. The Movie looked absolutely incredible. I knew the picture was going to be better, but I didn't expect the sound to also improve through my soundbar. The sound might be placebo because I have something new, but when I played some Marvel movies it just continually sounded better. It's possible that the eArc has something to do with this, for it allows more bandwidth through a proper HDMI cord, but I don't have equipment using or having the capabilities of HDMI 2.1. Lighting, be it light or in a dark room the TV is absolutely phenomenal. Glares from windows or other screens don't bother it. TV does an excellent job adjusting for whatever room you put it in. None the less, for someone like me, this is huge huge improvement. I absolutely love the TV in the little time that I have had it. For anyone on the fence thinking about making the jump from an older TV, do it. You won't regret it. LG makes an absolutely excellent television. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

WOW! Just WOW!

Absolutely the best picture I've seen from any screen. The image is crisp, bright and just so life-like, watching 4K content is breath-taking. It's also fully loaded as well with HomeKit, Google Assistant and Alexa support right out of the box. Setting up the TV was very straight-forward. The settings and menu are very intuitive and well organized. This TV is a pleasure to use it's fast and responsive, the remote is also an air-type remote that moves the cursor by moving the remote but you can also just use the keys/pad and wheel if you prefer. There is also a feature called LG Channels that gives you a ton of good channels and content to watch which is FREE! Yes, FREE! The content is actually varied enough that it actually could easily replace our cable bill. One of the other features that I really like is the remote is universal and it paired instantly and I am able to control the TV and my Apple TV that I have connected with the LG Remote. I couldn't be happier or ask for anything more from a TV. There are zero complaints from me, and the rest of the household. The family feels like we are at the theatre when we have movie night - We watched the latest Terminator movie and the picture was so clear it was exhilarating. We now have a regular movie night at least once a week with some popcorn, margaritas, and we take turns picking the films. The last one we saw was "Blue Planet II that we purchased on HD Blu-ray and it was spectacular. We love it so much we got another one of these for the bedroom to replace our just recently purchased non-OLED TV. The difference is just amazing - you have to see it to believe it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Incredible picture Quality

Outstanding picture quality, Easy to set up. Smart TV UI well designed and easy to use.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Amazing Picture

So I had the previous years model OLED65E9 model and thought decided to buy this years model for another room. The picture is actually better than before. The only problem I have is that I'm having problems getting the IP control from my Control4 system to work as well as last years model. There appear to be some differences that are causing some problems with turning the TV on... it will turn off and volume control but other little things aren't working with the same driver. I know it's minor to most people, but thought I would highlight it since it's the only thing I can find wrong with this TV. Amazing picture and audio.

Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Not At All Sorry

I did tons of research on new TVs before taking the leap on this LG (OLED55CXPUA). I'm almost scared to buy anything new anymore but, maybe, that's just me! I replaced another (very) popular brand plasma (plasmas are no longer made) of approximately the same size (55") that was on its last legs after 8 years of very heavy use. Pros: 1. Amazing life-like picture (set to home) right out of the box 2. Terrific audio using just the TV's internal speakers alone (but I do have an old school amp and studio-style speakers for those films/concerts that demand "more") 3. Beautiful design with a frame I hardly notice 4. Deep blacks while maintaining great contrast on the things/people you want to see 5. Instantaneous sync with my Wi-Fi from about 60 feet away 6. The remote paired up instantly (but see the cons on this one) Cons: 1. The biggest P.I.T.A. was the TV stand! There is only a very poorly done pictorial instruction sheet on how to assemble the thing. Not at all intuitive, or maybe I'm just incompetent. I surely would've appreciated clearly labeled parts as to what went where. Hint, the large metal plate goes in front. Good luck! 2. Short proprietary(?) power cord ... about 3 feet. Plan ahead! 3. The remote is incredibly touchy. You need to shake it rapidly (left to right) at the TV to get the pointer to show up and then, once it does, it flies all over the screen with the least little movement when trying to get it to highlight a target; this even once you've found the adjustment to lower its sensitivity somewhere in the submenus. Not cool. Also, not backlit to help find very small buttons in a darkened room. I try to avoid this thing as much as possible. 4. Sooooo many menus and submenus ... rather a time-intensive learning curve. 5. The "Home" page with all its many apps and offerings comes on once you turn on the TV covering at least the bottom 25% of the screen. I've yet to figure out how to make that go away unless I want to call it up to change my source from Set-Top Cable Box to anything else. It seems to go away on its own ... sometimes rather quickly, others not until I actually use the remote to target my desired source. 6. Not really a con as to the use of the TV: but it was kinda scary unpacking it. While packaged exceedingly well, the screen itself seems quite fragile and I couldn't help but worry it would crack or break or something equally awful. I decided it was a two-person job (but I'm 60 and short(!)) ... and the box was as tall as I am! I don't use the TV for gaming so I can't comment on its performance there; nor do I use it for Google Assistant or Alexa (not interested). Otherwise, I'm pretty happy with the TV overall and do, absolutely, confirm that the picture is every bit as detailed, sharp and stunning as was my plasma.

Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Great TV, EXCEPT ...

Very satisfied, except for ONE MAJOR ANNOYANCE. Shortly after starting, and randomly at times, Meet Google Assistant screen that obliterates the entire screen pops up. It only offers one option - continue - no way to say NO or DON'T ASK AGAIN. This screen should not pop up repeatedly after turning off once. Very frustrating!!!


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