LG 65G1PUA OLED Ultra HDTV Review Settings

Settings

SDRHDR
Picture ModeISF Expert (Dark) Cinema (User)
Aspect RatioOriginalOriginal
 
Advanced Settings
Brightness
OLED Pixel Brightness65 100
Adjust Contrast8595-100
Screen Brightness50-5555
Auto Dynamic Contrast Low (Off when calibrating)Low
HDR Tone Mapping NAOn
Peak BrightnessLow or MediumHigh
Gamma (Adjust)2.2 or 2.4NA
Black LevelAutoAuto
Motion Eye CareOffOff
Color
Color Depth5050
Tint00
Color GamutAuto DetectAuto Detect
Fine Tune [CMS] (see below)
White Balance (see below)
Clarity
Adjust Sharpness2020
Super ResolutionLowLow
Noise ReductionOffOff
MPEG Noise ReductionOffOff
Smooth GradationOffOff
Cinema ScreenOnOn
TruMotionAll offAll Off
Filmmaker Mode Auto Start OffOff
Reduce Blue LightOffOff

Fine Tune (SDR)
Color Upgrade: User

R G B C M Y
Saturation -2 -8 0 0 0 -10
Tint19 0 0 2 3 0
Luminance 20 7 0 5 13 8

Fine Tune (HDR10)
Color Upgrade: User

R G B C M Y
Saturation 30 12 -2 6 -3 0
Tint0 30 0 19 30 10
Luminance 0 20 -7 3 7 12

White Balance (SDR)
2-Point

LowHigh
R 00
G 00
B 00

White Balance (HDR10)
2-Point

LowHigh
R 00
G 0-4
B 35
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COMMENTS
mtrot's picture

Looks great, but I suspect that the additional brightness will hasten the onset of image retention/burn in.

jeff-henning's picture

Just busting balls! It always amazes me when reviewers wax prolifically about the greatness of a $40K speaker. Well, I certainly hope it sounds great since it costs as much as a good car.

As to displays and TV's, as you eluded, I think we may be running out of steam with display technology when it comes making a more satisfying image. The only place left to go is making it bigger for the same price.

Currently, I have what was the best 46" TV made 8 years ago (Samsung). Hey, it still looks great, but I know better can be had and this set would absolutely fill the ticket when I upgrade.

In my small home theater, a 64" like this would be the biggest set that would fit well.

I'd expect this set to blow my mind compared to my old joint. That being said, no great TV can keep the content from sucking less!

mailiang's picture

As far as the value quotient is concerned. why does this LG set have the same value rating as the recently reviewed Sony XR-65A80J OLED? The Sony is almost as bright, has higher contrast readings and it's extremely minor black level issue could probably be corrected by a firmware update or calibration tweak. Regardless, when considering the 700.00 price tag difference, IMO, the Sony offers a much better bang for the buck then the LG.

GonzaloSchaefer's picture

I own the greatest 46" TV produced eight years ago (Samsung). Hey, it still looks fantastic, but I'm aware that better is available, and this package would more than satisfy my upgrade needs. blockpost

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