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E6 OLED 4K HDR Smart TV - 65" Class (64.5" Diag)

  • OLED65E6P

Key Features

  • Picture-on-Glass
  • Infinite Contrast
  • Cinematic Color

Francis Ford Coppola

"OLED – there is nothing that can compare"

See what Academy Award® Winner Francis Ford Coppola thinks about LG OLED TVs.


With pixels that can be individually controlled to achieve perfect black and infinite contrast, LG OLED TVs are a new category of television. LG OLED 4K TVs also support HDR, including Dolby Vision™¹.


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.


Picture-on-Glass is made possible by a bold new approach to television design. The OLED module is applied directly to the glass back panel for a clean, ultra-slim profile.

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.

Cinematic Color

LG OLED TVs display Cinematic 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 the acclaimed LG Smart TV platform, adding advanced new features while making it even easier to use. The user interface is more intuitive, mobile devices can connect in new ways, and now it’s more fun than ever to find and enjoy exactly what you want to watch.

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!

ULTRA HD (3840x2160) Yes
Perfect Mastering Engine Yes
OLED HDR with Dolby Vision™ Yes
Perfect Black Panel Yes
Cinematic Color Yes
ULTRA Luminance Yes
4K Upscaler Yes
Pixel Dimming Yes
webOS 3.0² Yes
Magic Remote Control Included (Premium)
Natural Voice Recognition Yes
Magic Mobile Connection Yes
Universal Control Capability Yes
Magic Zoom Yes
LG Content Store (App Store) Yes
Full Web Browser Yes
Screen Share Yes
Content Share Yes
FPR (Passive) Yes
3D Glasses 2 Glasses Included
Speaker System 2.2 Channel
Output Power 40W Sound (WF: 20W)
Sound Designed by harman/kardon® Yes
Mono/Stereo/Dual (MTS/SAP) Yes
Dolby® Digital Decoder Yes
DTS Decoder M6
Surround Mode OLED Surround
Clear Voice Yes
Wireless Sound Sync Yes
Wi-Fi® Built-In 802.11 a/c
Wi-Fi® Direct Yes
HDMI® 4 (HDCP 2.2)
RF in (Antenna/Cable) 1
Composite In 1
Component In 1 (shared with composite)
Ethernet 1
Optical 1
RS232C (Mini Jack) 1
Power Supply (Voltage, Hz) 120Vac 50-60Hz
Standby Mode Less than 0.5W
VESA 400X200
TV without Stand (WxHxD) 57.5" x 35.2" x 2.2"
TV with Stand (WxHxD) 57.5" x 35.2" x 7.9"
TV Shipping Dimensions (WxHxD) 63.0" x 40.0" x 6.9"
TV without Stand Weight 50.3 lbs
TV with Stand Weight 54.7 lbs
Shipping Weight 70.3 lbs
UPC 719192603837

What People Are Saying

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply Amazing The road for a perfect tv stops here. I am baffled by how amazing the picture is. 3D is unbelievable, better than in the theater. If you have the money buy this tv!
Date published: 2016-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply Amazing This is by far the best television I have ever seen, let alone actually owned. The ability to turn off individual pixels makes the colors and images really pop off the screen. I love the picture on glass feature; this set just screams class... Not to mention this tv is future proof and able/ready to display all the latest current and future 4k and HDR movies. There is literally not one bad thing I can say about this TV. It is extremely expensive, but to me its well worth it. If you can afford it, buy it. Stop looking at other brands or models; this is the one you've been waiting for, and you simply cannot find anything better. Best in the world, hands down.
Date published: 2016-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from TV Surprise We had a lightning strike; And lost our TV Screen. We got a new LG, 43 inch; It's the brightest we've ever seen!
Date published: 2016-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can see the world in its original glory I bought my last LCD TV 10 years ago when it was the greatest leap from Tube technology. I bought again when the TV technology took another leap for the future and no matter where I looked LG OLED was the one. The aesthetics of the TV design is superlative, no nonsense interface.The dolby vision and 3D were the key features that made the decision easier.I am eagerly waiting for LG to release a UHD/Dolby-vision blu-ray player to complete the awesome experience. I have become a lifelong LG fan.
Date published: 2016-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unbelievable I bought this tv as soon as it was available for preorder after reading numerous reviews from online and print sources. I must say that I was a bit skeptical of all the fawning the reviewers gave to this OLED but after turning it on the first time I became a believer. This is, without a doubt, THE standard by which all other TV's will be judged. Simply incredible. I would highly recommend purchasing this TV if you are looking for an OLED.
Date published: 2016-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply Amazing The LG OLED65E6P is simply an amazing TV. Amazingly thin, super contrast, bright colors and loads of features. I had personally been holding out on the 2015 models due to HDR and Dolby Vision not being supported, though I still wanted them due to their picture quality. Once I saw the videos out of the CES, I was sold on the new model. Everything they talked about in those videos is evident in the 2016 version. Pencil thin is no joke. The main portion of the TV is 2 panes of glass thick. It looks amazing, but this is the one thing that scares me most about this TV. All I can imagine is someone grabbing the TV from the top corner to rotate it out and the screen shattering from being twisted. It feels as if the glass is tempered, but still has some play to it that makes it feel flimsy enough to break easily. I’m not going to test this theory and will stick to grabbing it from the speaker base. I have been in the market for a new TV for a couple of years now and have been constantly checking out the new model TVs every chance I get. I have yet to see one as thin as this and with such an amazing picture. There is no comparison to how deep the blacks are on this TV. At times, when screens are transitioning, you may think that the TV completely turned off, because essentially it did as the pixels are off. I don’t have a 4K Blu-ray player, however, I have found some 4K digital media and when played from a hard drive or thumb drive directly connected to the TV it plays them flawlessly. These files were in various formats as well, to include .ts, .mkv, .mp4, and .avi, in which they all played well. Several of the available apps also have 4K media for streaming, though some don’t to compare to the quality of the downloaded media. Passive 3D is the way to go and the way it works with this TV is perfect. No matter where I went in my house, which has an open concept, I was able to see 3D. I usually get a slight eye strain headache when watching 3D in theaters, however I have not felt it with this TV. The clarity is so perfect that the 3D seems to pop even more than I recall seeing in theaters. When watching 3D you can see it pretty well from just about any side angle, so long as the TV is at eye level. However, if you are looking up or down at the TV there is some major crosstalk, so if you are mounting the TV high, 3D will not work well for you. The 3D settings allow for side by side or top bottom sources, but it also has a 2D to 3D feature that is rather interesting. It is not perfect, as some things seem to pop out at layers they shouldn’t be, but it does add a 3D perspective to just about anything. Some “3D” games that aren’t actually 3D supported can now look 3D with this setting. Dual Play is another feature that uses the 3D technology to allow for split screen games to play full screen. It is a really interesting concept, however, the image becomes stretched and slightly distorted to essentially take half a screen and fill it to full screen. I hope that they can take this concept further and possibly make it so that you could have 2 inputs on the same TV yet only viewed with a set of the single polarized glasses. Imagine playing a game on 65 inches while others in the room watch their favorite TV show. I have a home theater sound system so I only used the built in audio briefly. However, I was surprised by the depth of the sound from the built in speakers. My receiver is not 4K capable, so I have my HDMI sources plugged directly to the TV and optical out to the receiver. So far, all the formats I have thrown at it seem to be passed through just fine. The sound bar is also the thickest part of the TV in which the very slim base snaps and screws into. The sound bar is not detachable, nor does it fold back like the G6, but I feel it looks great with the TV. One point that may vary in opinion from person to person is what you think about how close the base sits to the surface in which it is sitting on. It is so low profile that nothing will fit under the edge of the TV. Where I had a thin USB drive hooked up, and the TV perfectly fitting my entertainment system, I can’t run it out under the TV as I did on my previous TV. Though, having no space there makes the TV look like part of the entertainment stand. Another slight annoyance for me is that the HDMI inputs are on the back, facing the side, only a few inches in. This does make them easy to reach, however, for thick HDMI cables, this does not allow them room to bend behind the TV. So, they can be seen sticking out the side of the TV. If they had been a bit further back or on the top of the component area they would have been perfect for larger cables, providing for that hidden streamline look. Web OS 3.0 and the magic remote are easy to use and provide for a whole lot of functionality. Everything I have ran through it so far has ran flawlessly. Changing between inputs or applications is quick and easy. I don’t know if it is a feature I have not located yet or if it is missing, but I wish there was an easier way to reset center for the pointer and to hide the pointer. Sometimes I find myself waving the remote off at an odd angle to get across the screen and then the big pink pointer lingers on the screen a bit too long at times, especially if bumped once I set it down. However, for the most part it is point and click on everything. I hope with everything in this TV that it will last many years with upcoming technology. It is certainly supporting everything that you can throw at it for now.
Date published: 2016-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best TV Ever! I've had a few Panasonic VT series and Samsung 8000 series plasma TV's over the years and thought nothing could beat them but this TV is something totally different. The perfect black this produces along with the sharpness of 4k and colors that pop off the screen make an image that looks more like you are looking through a window and less like watching a television. I thought about getting a 65 inch led tv but after OLED I knew I could never go back to LED. Side note this TV also has the easiest to use smart features I've ever used as well.
Date published: 2016-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Doesn't matter what it costs This is the best picture ever! People come into my house, look at the TV and say, " what is this TV". It is so far above 4K, it's hard to explain.
Date published: 2016-05-21
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how to check streaming resolution information when using netflix app

Asked by: goibear
Just hit the info button while watching Netflix
Answered by: Jrock234
Date published: 2016-06-24

I just bought this TV... This appears to have a sound bar at the bottom, but does this work with a remote wireless subwoofer? Idea is to use the built in sound, and then have a subwoofer to give it more depth. thoughts?

Asked by: arisythila
I apologize, but no; this television does not have the capability for connecting directly to a Wireless Subwoofer without the assistance of a separate home theater system.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2016-06-09

Can I connect a separate LG wireless subwoofer to the E6?  

Asked by: Paulieb
At this time, there is not a way to do it... I was wondering the same thing and contacted LG. You can add a sound bar to the system tho with a subwoofer.
Answered by: arisythila
Date published: 2016-06-09

Is the LAN Ethernet port on the OLED65E6P a 1000 MB? or 100 MB?

Asked by: steve7994
It's 1G as per LG.
Answered by: arisythila
Date published: 2016-06-09

I just bought the new lg olde 4K 55E6p and I having problems getting the white color to look good. Is there a setting to setup the white color because my looks really dark it doesn't look as white as my oldest tv. I am kind of disappointed about please

Asked by: Jaquez227
We regret the inconvenience you have experienced with this television. The BRIGHTNESS levels can be adjusted in the PICTURE menu. You may wish to adjust or deactivate the ENERGY SAVING mode, which can affect the BRIGHTNESS levels. Please contact our Customer Interactive Center at 800-243-0000 if additional assistance is required.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2016-06-06

So for the OLED65E6P, the wall mount recommended is the OTW420B?

Asked by: Fajafer
Hello, The OTW420B is the mount recommended by LG, however, the OLED65E6P can be mounted with any mount that has the VESA standard of 400 x 200.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2016-06-03

Need to find out if I have the right lg mount for my oled tv

Asked by: Benny43
The OTW420B is the LG mount for the OLED55E6P. However, the unit can be mounted with a different wall mount if it supports the VESA standard of 400X200 used by your TV model.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2016-05-21

Will LG upgrade the HDMI ports on the OLED55E6P to the HDMI 2.1 standard in the future (via a firmware update) so this TV will support dynamic metadata HDR10?

Asked by: John1948
We appreciate your interest in this television. The HDR10 standard uses STATIC METADATA. The Dynamic Metadata is used on Dolby Vision, and not on the HDR10. According to our product information, this model has already been designed and configured for HDR10, as well as Dolby Vision. These are available through the HDMI 2.0a software.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2016-05-20
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