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Key Features

  • OLED
  • Infinite Contrast
  • Cinematic Color

available sizes:




Enjoy brilliant brights and the deepest darks for infinite contrast, rich color and an exceptional high dynamic range viewing experience, including support for Dolby Vision™* content. With their perfect black and cinematic color, LG OLED TVs have earned prestigious Ultra HD Premium certification.

Perfect Black

The individually illuminating OLED pixels can brighten, dim and power off fully to achieve perfect black. Perfect black is essential to a more lifelike image as well as the great shadow detail you can only get with OLED.

Intense Color

LG OLED TVs display Intense Color with a color palette that virtually matches those seen in today’s high-end digital cinemas. Now the home theater experience is on a par with real theaters.

4K Resolution

LG OLED 4K TVs contain nearly 8.3 million pixels, so their resolution is four times that of Full HD. The breathtaking clarity and fine picture details will amaze, even up close on a large screen.

webOS 3.0 Smart TV

webOS 3.0 is the latest generation of the acclaimed LG Smart TV platform. The user interface is more intuitive than ever, mobile devices can connect seamlessly, and now it’s more fun than ever to find and enjoy exactly what you want to watch with apps such as Netflix, YouTube and Channel Plus.

Watch what you want, when you want

Netflix Recommended TV recognizes Smart TVs that meet strict criteria for a superior Netflix experience, easy app access and new features. For the second consecutive year, LG TVs have been recommended by Netflix!


What People Are Saying

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Limited apps I wanted to use a streaming service like "directvnow" and my the oledc6p does not have a browser thats compatible and i haven't found a way to set up an alternative browser on it
Date published: 2018-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best home theater ever This is the best TV ever. The curve is what sets this apart from all other OLED TV's. And it has DV HDR and 3D. I got the 65 inch and have loved it every day since
Date published: 2018-03-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sound Drops Sound drops all the time. Just loses sound completely for a few seconds and comes back. I have tried connecting a new sound bar, new cable box, new HDMI cable, turned off advanced sound features except basic sound from TV, and updated the TV software.... nothing resolves the issue.
Date published: 2018-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Um, wow. I was sad to see plasma TVs go away... until OLED. Once you go perfect black, you'll never go back. I've watched 720p, 1080p, and 4K sources, and all look stunning. I perceive no blur in fast moving images. The amazing contrast keeps darker areas visible without blasting my retinas with the brighter parts of the image. 3D is a blast to watch. OLED 3D even beats the performance of my dearly departed plasma (darn kids). It's also nice to get this level of 3D quality with simple passive glasses. Did I mention that I like 3D? Sadly, no one seems to have 3D sets in their current lineups. If you like 3D and can find one of these older sets, get it! On the downside, I can see some 'burn-in" when viewing monochromatic images. It's not visible with regular viewing. I understand this is common with OLED. The WebOS stuff is responsive and relatively easy to navigate with the 'magic' cursor remote. Most of the main apps are there. I've had some audio dropout in the VUDU app when streaming 4k (yes, I have gobs of available bandwidth). App updates still happen, so maybe this will get fixed someday. I've enjoyed reviewing a discontinued set. Long live 3D!
Date published: 2018-03-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 65 OLED I purchase oled last year and had a lot of problems with ethernet and wi-fi connections very flaky connections works sometimes not very reliable.
Date published: 2018-03-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Satisfied with purchase. Takes some tinkering to get the right picture settings but so far so great.
Date published: 2018-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from OLED TV with UHD HDR and 3D! Love the PQ on this LG OLED and the 3D capabilities since I have a large library of 3D Blu-rays. Let's me enjoy viewing the UHD and 3D movies offered on VUDU too!
Date published: 2018-03-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Beautiful TV. 4K Doesn't Work with DirecTV Picture is great but I was very disappointed when I found out that it could not display 4K HDR video from DirecTV and reverts to 1080P.. Support tells me that they are working on it but... Would have given it 5 stars if 4K HDR worked. My TV is an OLED65C7P.
Date published: 2018-03-03
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Can i set up a different web browser on my oledc6p

Asked by: App woes
Hello, a different web browser is not possible. ^AC
Answered by: Amber C
Date published: 2018-04-19

Hi, will there be an update to make the HDR game mode brighter? Ever since the update over the summer, HDR game mode is much much darker even at max brightness and OLED light. Thanks

Asked by: TakeshiYM
Hello TakeshiYM, please give us a ring at 1-800-243-0000 so we can see if there is some troubleshooting we can help with. ^AC
Answered by: Amber C
Date published: 2018-02-13

Sorry my question below was about the washed out issue when viewing Dolby Vision content over HDMI. LG is supposed to release an update to fix this and I'm asking about the status of that update. Thanks

Asked by: MaryLamb0007
The Software, Firmware & Drivers button in the support section for the LG C6 Curved OLED 4K HDR Smart TV - 65" Class (64.5" Diag), Model # OLED65C6P shows the last firmware upgrade that this TV received as being version 05.30.02 and the reference does not show that this is for the issue that you are describing. Regrettably, we currently do not have any information on the upgrade for the "washed out issue when viewing Dolby Vision content over HDMI". Please contact our Support Center at (800) 243-0000 to inquire if a firmware upgrade has been released or is pending...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2018-02-09

When will the Dolby Vision HDMI issue be fixed?

Asked by: MaryLamb007
Regrettably, unlike the 2017 LG OLEDs, the LG C6 Curved OLED 4K HDR Smart TV - 65" Class (64.5" Diag), Model # OLED65C6P does not support Dolby Vision at 4k @ 60 Hz, it only supports it at 4K @ 30 Hz...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2018-03-26

Will this TV be updated to WebOS 4.0?

Asked by: WebOS4Please
Hello, at this time we do not have WebOS 4.0. ^AC
Answered by: Amber C
Date published: 2018-03-26

I heard Dolby Vision has an issue displaying washed out content (blacks look gray) when sent over HDMI but they have fixed this and released an update to LG. When will this TV get that update?

Asked by: JennS84
Hello JennS84, The update it still in the testing phase and will be released as soon as possible. ^AC
Answered by: amber
Date published: 2018-03-23

When watching HDR standard mode (not Dolby Vision or HDR bright/vivid), what is the right color gamut to select. I've read that normal should be chosen for HDR and wide for Dolby Vision. Is that correct?

Asked by: Lovemylgtv
On the LG C6 Curved OLED 4K HDR Smart TV - 65" Class (64.5" Diag), Model # OLED65C6P, HDR10 playback looks much brighter than the Dolby Vision version; Dolby's system actually sets the TV's OLED brightness to just 50, while LG's HDR10 approach pushes OLED brightness to 100. If you are a video enthusiast, you may feel that Dolby Vision's approach simply proves that brightness is perhaps not the be-all and end-all of good HDR playback. Using the Vivid HDR10 setting in the HDR Effect mode in the TV pushes the brightness with HDR sources much more aggressively than the HDR Bright and HDR Standard settings. When the TV detects an HDR10 layer, it offers you Standard, Bright or Vivid HDR modes. Standard is the most adaptable. With Dolby Vision, the TV kicks into specific picture settings: Vivid, Movie Bright or Movie Dark. Movie Dark gives you more leeway for tinkering with individual picture settings...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2018-01-18

Will this TV support updated / updates to HDR technology and standards? Specifically HLG and HDR 10+, also I cannot find the peak brightness anywhere for this model when receiving HDR signal. Does anyone know what peak brightness in nits is for this panel

Asked by: Adam J
Hello Adam, the OLED65C6P along with other 2016 OLED TVs received a firmware upgrade to support HLG HDR. HDR 10+ is a new format that is being pushed by Samsung and they recently partnered up with Amazon Prime Video to support it and was joined by 20th Century Fox, Philips, and Panasonic. At CES2018, it was accepted as part of the Ultra HD Blu-ray specification. It does the same thing that Dolby Vision does and the only difference being that unlike Dolby Vision, HDR 10+ is royalty free. Peak Brightness for HDR is something that has to be measured while the TV is displaying more traditional video content. It is referred to as maximum luminosity and all measurements are made with the TV set to be as bright as possible, but with 6500k white. The tests are done for an HDR 2% window test which measures the maximum brightness of a white rectangle displayed on an area covering 2% of the TV’s screen, a 10% window test which measures the maximum brightness of a white window displayed on 10% of the TV’s screen, a 25% window test which measures the maximum brightness of a white rectangle displayed on 25% of the TV’s screen etc., up to a 100% window test which measures the maximum brightness of a white rectangle displayed on the entirety of the TV’s screen. Winter sports, advertisements that use a lot of bright colors, and some cartoons, are about the only media you’ll find that approach this level of brightness. In other words, it will depend on the HDR content that it is presented with. ^AC
Answered by: amber
Date published: 2018-01-11
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