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Key Features

  • OLED 4K TV
  • ULTRA HD 4K Resolution
  • Perfect Black
  • Smart TV with webOS
  • 4K Upscaler
3D Specification
Smart TV(webOS)
Smart Share
Special Features
Jack Pack (Side)
Jack Pack (Rear)
Input Device/ UX
Dimensions - WxHxD (mm)
Weight (Kg)

What People Are Saying

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing TV! Simply amazing TV! The quality is really good. Enjoy watching 4K programs online, blu-ray movies and tv programs. Having the support of HDR is a bonus. The design is very nice and it is quite light to handle. The tv is easy to operate and there are plenty of online apps and catch up tv services. Highly recommend this tv.
Date published: 2016-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Picture Very happy with the picture quality. I dont use the sound so cannot comment on that. I found the setup a little slow and not flexible enough. Great TV.
Date published: 2016-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dare I say, a TV that’s “drop dead gorgeous” Once you have got the packaging off, fitted the substantial stand, and put the TV in the location of your choice, you have to think to yourself, I can’t remember it looking this stunning in the shop!! So you have a bezel, which must be no more than 2mm wide? And a thickness you have for 40% of the height which is no more than 4mm? Crazy!! Can’t be right, will it work? Connect your choice of viewing, be it aerial (digital) or media box, switch on, and once you have navigated through the very easy set-up (using magic remote), be prepared for the most stunning of pictures and a great sound. I have never bought a high end TV before, and the thought of spending such monies is a little frightening, for me anyhow, so I did have a few concerns to whether I had done the right thing or not, but I very quickly realised, I had made a wise decision. I had read reviews regarding the flimsy stand? Not sure where folks have got that from, it’s quite a substantial part, and weighs quite a lot, once placed on a flat surface, makes the TV look like it floats, the clear back and metallic base suit the TV perfectly. I had also read about the weak sound? Again I have no idea where that has come from, you can’t really expect any TV to have a similar sound to any sound bar or AV system, can you? The sound for me is excellent, the majority of the time it’s around level 20, quite low, which in a room of size 4m x 5m is great, no problem at all, I have got the TV connected to my 5.1.2 AV system via optical cable, and the output from the unit is spot on. As for the picture, 4K input from one of the online sources looks amazing, it really does, night time scenes are incredible, the contrast between the blacks and whites, are way beyond anything I could have imagined, and the detail is so sharp and clear. HD sources too, are excellent; I think it really depends on when the programme/film was made? The newer the show, the sharper the picture, I have not yet put standard definition through the TV yet, so can’t comment about what that may look like. I have briefly, watched some 3D content, and that too was stunning, can’t wait to watch something very soon. My overall opinion of the LG 55EG920V, after a few days of ownership, is I can’t wait to watch my favourite films through this TV, I am sure they will be like watching a new film over again, and when it is sitting there, turned off, you will agree, it looks “drop dead gorgeous”
Date published: 2016-01-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Poor SKY HD picture quality Playing Sky HD seems to create a lot of judder and artefacts out of the box. Been told by a shop that tuning the picture may increase quality. 4k content is very good, however, 90% of my TV viewing is via SKY HD and results are terrible. Not happy so far
Date published: 2016-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent picture quality Very good tv. Picture quality is great, although there is small evidence of face judder when close up. Overall a great tv.
Date published: 2016-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What an Amazing TV Bought this TV as the one I wanted was not in Stock. Spent the extra cash but it was so worth it. This LG TV is absolutely amazing. The colour depth is unrivalled and the quality of the sound is amazing. I would definitely recommend getting this TV.
Date published: 2016-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased The ease of use and speed of the web browser is brilliant ! Picture on HD and sound quality is excellent . The ability to swivel the tv for different viewing would be an advantage but has not detracted from the viewing experience.
Date published: 2016-01-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great TV, inadequate sound, fiddly navigation I bought this OLED TV because I had a Sony HD which had terrible browns and blacks and wanted to upgrade. I went for 4K rather than cheaper OLED HD because I wanted to future proof. The quality of the picture is brilliant, but I'm not sure it's noticeably better than the 55 inch HD picture on a friend's set. That said I'm not running much 4K content through it yet, just a bit of Netflix. The screen is curved which I wasn't sure I would like but do. The screen is shiny and at an angle you do get reflections of lights (ie room lights) in it which may annoy some people. It's really easy to set up and install. Navigation to some things is counter intuitive eg it can be hard to find the area to download fresh apps. The remote does lots of things at once; I prefer a single remote to the two remotes previous LG TVs had but it's missing a button to bring up and switch off the pointer (you can do it by clicking on the trackball but if you do that it can affect what you're watching on Sky HD). Built in speakers are not great so I went out at a later date and bought a sound bar. The LG soundbar connects and synchronises easily, again removing the need for another remote. It only has 3 HDMI ports; there are another couple of inputs but I really don't understand why they don't put more HDMIs in. Overall I really like it. Of course the moment I bought it I read about HDR Plus and it's not clear what difference that makes and whether you should hold off buying a set until that becomes available.
Date published: 2016-01-12
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