KEY FEATURES

  • Glass TV Design
  • LG ThinQ AI | Google Assistant | Alexa
  • LG α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor
  • Dolby Vision | Dolby Atmos
LG E9 Glass 65 inch Class 4K Smart OLED TV w/AI ThinQ® (64.5'' Diag)

PICTURE(PANEL)

    • Display Type
    • OLED
    • Display Resolution
    • 4K Ultra HD (3,840 x 2,160)
    • Wide Viewing Angle
    • Yes
    • Dimming Technology
    • Pixel Level Dimming

PICTURE(PROCESSING)

    • Picture Processor
    • α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor
    • HDR (High Dynamic Range)
    • 4K Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision®, HDR10, HLG), HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro
    • Contrast
    • Object Depth Enhancer, Ultra Luminance Pro
    • Clarity
    • Quad Step Noise Reduction, Frequency Based Sharpness Enhancer
    • Color
    • Intense Color, Billion Rich Colors, Advanced Color Enhancer, True Color Accuracy Pro
    • Resolution Upscaler
    • 4K Upscaler

AI TV(ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE)

    • LG ThinQ® AI
    • Yes
    • Google Assistant
    • Yes
    • Alexa Built-In
    • Yes
    • Google Home Compatible
    • Yes (Google Home device sold separately)
    • Amazon Alexa Compatible
    • Yes (Amazon Alexa device sold separately)
    • Intelligent Voice Recognition
    • Yes

SMART TV

    • Operating System
    • webOS
    • Magic Remote Control
    • Yes (Point, Click, Scroll, Voice)
    • Universal Remote Control
    • Yes (Auto Device Detection)
    • LG Content Store (App Store)
    • Yes
    • Full Web Browser
    • Yes

AUDIO

    • Speaker System
    • 4.2 Channel
    • Output Power
    • 60W (20W Woofer)
    • Dolby Atmos
    • Yes
    • WiSA Ready
    • Yes (Separate Dongle Purchase Required)
    • DTS Decoder
    • DTS-HD
    • Bluetooth Audio Playback
    • Yes
    • LG Sound Sync
    • Yes

CONNECTIVITY

    • Wi-Fi® Standard
    • Wi-Fi Certified 802.11ac
    • Bluetooth® Support
    • Version 5.0
    • IP Control
    • Yes
    • HDMI-CEC (Simplink)
    • Yes
    • TV Tuner
    • ATSC, Clear QAM
    • Smart Phone Connectivity
    • Yes
    • HDMI Input (HDCP 2.2)
    • 4 (1 rear, 3 side)
    • HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC)
    • eARC (HDMI 2)
    • USB Ports (v 2.0)
    • 3 (2 rear, 1 side)
    • RF Connection Input (Antenna/Cable)
    • 1 (Rear)
    • Composite Input (AV)
    • 1 (rear)
    • Ethernet Input
    • 1 (Rear)
    • RS-232C Input (Mini Jack)
    • 1 (Rear)
    • Digital Audio Output (Optical)
    • 1 (Rear)

POWER

    • Power Supply (Voltage, Hz)
    • AC 120V, 50/60Hz
    • Standby Power Consumption
    • Under 0.5W

DIMENSIONS/WEIGHTS/UPC

    • TV Dimensions with Stand (WxHxD)
    • 57" x 34.5" x 8.7"
    • TV Dimensions without Stand (WxHxD)
    • 57" x 34.5" x 2"
    • Packaging Dimensions (WxHxD)
    • 63" x 39.4" x 9"
    • Stand Width
    • 31.2"
    • VESA Mounting (W x H)
    • 300 x 200
    • TV Weight without Stand
    • 44.1 lbs
    • Packaging Weight
    • 94.8 lbs
    • TV Weight with Stand
    • 75 lbs
    • UPC
    • 719192626478

ACCESSORIES INCLUDED

    • Remote
    • Magic Remote Included
    • Remote Control Battery
    • Yes
    • Power Cable
    • Yes
    • Quick Start Guide
    • Yes
    • E-Manual
    • Yes

WARRANTY

    • Limited Warranty
    • Please see Support tab for full details on the limited warranty

What people are saying

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Picture The TV has a great picture. Was disappointed still need ROKU on a streaming TV not explained well
Date published: 2022-08-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great until it died at 26 months old Purchased Jan '20. Set up was easy and it was great. Last month, after 26 months, it died. It just shut down and won't power up. LG Support hasn't made it easy - even with a supposed Presidential Liaison - and now I'm waiting on a part that appears to be perpetually out of stock.
Date published: 2022-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Tv I have ever owned So bough this tv back in January and absolutely love it. The picture quality is the best I’ve ever seen out does Sony by a long run.
Date published: 2021-08-17
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ASK & ANSWER

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can I connect my desktop to the OLED65E9PUA

Asked by: ED81
If your desktop supports Bluetooth, you can pair it with the LG E9 Glass 65 inch Class 4K Smart OLED TV w/AI ThinQ® (64.5'' Diag), Model # OLED65E9PUA via Bluetooth, or if you have Windows 7 or later installed on your PC, you can play music, video, photos, etc. on your TV without needing to install a separate program using the Content Share feature in the TV by right-clicking the music/video/photo file you wish to play, then select your model using the “Play To” feature built into Windows 7 or later to play the file. You can also use LG's SmartShare PC Software to play the content saved on your PC. Both the TV and your PC must be on the same network. You can download and install LG's SmartShare PC Software from the LG website (www.lg.com). If your PC supports Screen Share, you can enable that to display its screen on the TV. The TV will show in a list of available devices on your PC and after you select the TV from that list to request a connection, the TV will display your PC screen after a connection is established...^Ivan
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2021-11-29

Does the art work burn through the screen if left on for hours?

Asked by: Mimih
The artwork and pictures that are displayed from the Gallery mode in the LG E9 Glass 55 inch Class 4K Smart OLED TV w/AI ThinQ® (54.6'' Diag), Model # OLED55E9PUA or on any of our TVs that feature the Gallery Mode fade to black as they transition to another image and they change up periodically to avoid any image burn-in on the screen while displaying the works of art...^Ivan
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2021-10-07

Where can I get a wall mount for a e9 65 oled?  I know lg makes the 480 and 420 mounts. Lg doesn’t sell them and any retailer listed on the accessories page that lg suggests say they do sell the items but no one stocks or all say temporarily unavailable. 

Asked by: Anonymous
If the retailers and online sites listed when you click the 'Where to Buy' button on the product pages for the LG EZ Slim Wall Mount for 2019 LG OLED, NanoCell and UHD TVs, Model # OLW480B and the LG EZ Slim Wall Mount for 2016/2017 OLED and Premium UHD LED TVs, Model # OTW420B are out of stock or saying that they are temporarily unavailable, they may just be out of stock on these products. You can ask them if they have an estimated date of delivery or if they can alert you if and when they have the wall mounts available. Regrettably, we do not have listings for retailers or online sites that are not our partners or LG Authorized Dealers who might be selling the wall mounts. The LG E9 Glass 65 inch Class 4K Smart OLED TV w/AI ThinQ® (64.5'' Diag), Model # OLED65E9PUA is a VESA compliant TV that has a VESA Wall Mount Interface Pattern of 300 x 200mm so any other VESA Compliant Wall Mount, regardless of type, brand or manufacturer that supports the TV's Wall Mount Interface Pattern can also be used to mount the TV...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2021-04-06

I want to buy an OLED but need one under 45 to 50 inch. Will you be releasing one small er than 55 inch?

Asked by: BJST
In a press release dated Jan 6, 2020 at CES2020, we announced that while offering new versions of the two popular 4K UHD series (models CX, BX) in 77-, 65- and 55-inch class sizes, we were also bringing the unparalleled picture quality of LG OLED TV to an all-new screen size – 48-inch (OLED48CX)...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2020-10-20

Does LG make a "dumb" TV? I use streaming services (PSvue, Netflix, Amazon Prime) via Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire and have my own surround sound amp and speakers. So I would like to have your OLED display without all the other non-video options.

Asked by: artie1
Have to agree about Roku. I updated ours to the 2019 Ultra or whatever it is when we ordered the E9. We all have noticed watching from the E9 is faster, easier, and I think has significantly better quality than Roku. Plus every Roku we've had randomly freezes, claims no internet when there is, etc etc so not missing that either.
Answered by: MDSimms
Date published: 2020-02-21

I need to wall mount this.  Will this work with a sanus premium series blt2-blt1 model?   Premium Series Tilting Tv Wall Mount For Most 42" - 90" Flat-panel Tvs (BLT2-B1) Black - New https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076P16449/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_4hXtEbY10B0

Asked by: Finley Grace
Hi Finley. Regrettably, the Sanus Wall Mount shown in the link that you gave does not indicate what VESA Wall Mount Interface Pattern it supports so we cannot determine if it can be used to mount the LG E9 Glass 55 inch Class 4K Smart OLED TV w/AI ThinQ® (54.6'' Diag), Model # OLED55E9PUA. The OLED55E9PUA has a VESA Wall Mount Interface Pattern of 300 x 200 mm. You can contact Sanus to ask if the BLT2-B1 Tilting Mount supports that pattern. The LG EZ Slim Wall Mount, Model # OTW420B is a Full Motion Wall Mount that is designed for our OLEDs...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2020-08-24

What is the difference between OLED and QLED?

Asked by: bk7105
We’ve had two of the Samsung QLED and factually they are really just the same LED quality you’ll see on most non-OLED displays. Ours all suffered varying but bright distracting ”spotlights” shining in from the corners after about 6 months and uneven lighting that is clearly noticeable during movies with darker scenes. Most of all the QLED displays can’t come close to these magnificent OLED displays in saturation, HDR, colors, everything really because QLED can only manage zones of local dimming and you pay significantly for more of those of course. The OLED controls every single pixel separately -  it’s actually turning them off in dark space scenes which means your eyes aren’t competing with greys for darkness and you can see tiny details so clearly like a distant ships engine firing with hues and colors that are an order of magnitude at least, superior to QLED zones. To me that’s what these LG OLED’s (E8, C9, E9 that I have experienced) do incredibly well. Definitely go see the difference before deciding I’d suggest.
Answered by: Knotsofast
Date published: 2020-08-24

What frequency of burn in problems are there ?

Asked by: Starrider8888
On our E9 65” there is Pixel Refresher in the Picture/OLED Panel Settings/Additional Settings. You can easily set it to start next time you turn the TV off, it takes about an hour and if you turn back on before it’s done, no problem. Otherwise it will display that it ran successfully at next power on. No image is on the screen during it’s run.I find that LG has genuinely considered the real-world details and caring for this investment. In fact the picture is so amazing on ours I’d risk the burn in anyway but I have a neighbor whose E8 is still perfect with no burn in or issues after 18 months and his kids watch exactly the logo heavy stuff that might be an issue left on for long periods. 
Answered by: Knotsofast
Date published: 2020-08-24
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