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LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
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LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)

LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
LG OLED65GXPUA Alexa Built-in GX Series 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2020)
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Features

  • GALLERY OLED DESIGN: This is art-inspired TV. Perfect lines. Bezel-less design. Impossibly thin. No gap from screen to wall. LG OLED TVs are designed, crafted, and engineered to put the spotlight on your content, yet complement your home's interior even when they're turned off.
  • PIXEL LEVEL DIMMING: 8.3 million pixels control the light show. Millions of pixels emit their own light. Only OLED can turn pixels off completely and independently. See stunning picture, perfect black, infinite contrast and over a billion rich colors.
  • WEBOS AND THINQ AI: Entertainment access made easy. Hover over an app for personalized entertainment recommendations, easily find what you're looking for, and access Disney Plus, the Apple TV app, Netflix, Hulu, Sling, Prime Video and more. A huge library of content awaits.
  • α9 GEN 3 AI PROCESSOR 4K: Everything you see and hear is automatically made better, clearer, smoother, and more dynamic with our a9 Gen 3 AI Processor 4K. You don’t have to do a thing. Our most advanced 4K processor does it for you with AI Picture Pro, AI Sound Pro, AI 4K Upscaling, and the ability to help your TV to evolve over time.
  • GAMING: LG OLED TV is built for gaming. AI-powered picture quality transports you to the moment. Gaming features and the latest tech, like NVIDIA G-SYNC and FreeSync, give you an edge with less lag, high refresh rates, and incredibly smooth and responsive gameplay.
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Included Components: Power Cable, Remote Control, Stand

Description

LG OLED TV GX is a work of art. This is art-inspired TV. Perfect lines. Bezel-less design. Impossibly thin. No gap from screen to wall. LG's Gallery Design puts the spotlight on your content, yet complements your home's interior. And only OLED pixels emit their own light for perfect black, intense color and stunning picture —backed by AI Picture Pro and AI Sound Pro, our best 4K processor, connected home features and cutting-edge gaming tech.


Brand Name LG


Item Weight 65.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 11.2 x 56.9 x 35 inches


Item model number OLED65GXPUA


Speaker Type Built-In


ASIN B0817K8TJJ


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 4 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #36,245 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #28 in OLED TVs


Date First Available November 8, 2019


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Features

  • GALLERY OLED DESIGN: This is art-inspired TV. Perfect lines. Bezel-less design. Impossibly thin. No gap from screen to wall. LG OLED TVs are designed, crafted, and engineered to put the spotlight on your content, yet complement your home's interior even when they're turned off.
  • PIXEL LEVEL DIMMING: 8.3 million pixels control the light show. Millions of pixels emit their own light. Only OLED can turn pixels off completely and independently. See stunning picture, perfect black, infinite contrast and over a billion rich colors.
  • WEBOS AND THINQ AI: Entertainment access made easy. Hover over an app for personalized entertainment recommendations, easily find what you're looking for, and access Disney Plus, the Apple TV app, Netflix, Hulu, Sling, Prime Video and more. A huge library of content awaits.
  • α9 GEN 3 AI PROCESSOR 4K: Everything you see and hear is automatically made better, clearer, smoother, and more dynamic with our a9 Gen 3 AI Processor 4K. You don’t have to do a thing. Our most advanced 4K processor does it for you with AI Picture Pro, AI Sound Pro, AI 4K Upscaling, and the ability to help your TV to evolve over time.
  • GAMING: LG OLED TV is built for gaming. AI-powered picture quality transports you to the moment. Gaming features and the latest tech, like NVIDIA G-SYNC and FreeSync, give you an edge with less lag, high refresh rates, and incredibly smooth and responsive gameplay.
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Included Components: Power Cable, Remote Control, Stand

Description

LG OLED TV GX is a work of art. This is art-inspired TV. Perfect lines. Bezel-less design. Impossibly thin. No gap from screen to wall. LG's Gallery Design puts the spotlight on your content, yet complements your home's interior. And only OLED pixels emit their own light for perfect black, intense color and stunning picture —backed by AI Picture Pro and AI Sound Pro, our best 4K processor, connected home features and cutting-edge gaming tech.


Brand Name LG


Item Weight 65.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 11.2 x 56.9 x 35 inches


Item model number OLED65GXPUA


Speaker Type Built-In


ASIN B0817K8TJJ


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 4 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #36,245 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #28 in OLED TVs


Date First Available November 8, 2019


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • GALLERY OLED DESIGN: This is art-inspired TV. Perfect lines. Bezel-less design. Impossibly thin. No gap from screen to wall. LG OLED TVs are designed, crafted, and engineered to put the spotlight on your content, yet complement your home's interior even when they're turned off.
  • PIXEL LEVEL DIMMING: 8.3 million pixels control the light show. Millions of pixels emit their own light. Only OLED can turn pixels off completely and independently. See stunning picture, perfect black, infinite contrast and over a billion rich colors.
  • WEBOS AND THINQ AI: Entertainment access made easy. Hover over an app for personalized entertainment recommendations, easily find what you're looking for, and access Disney Plus, the Apple TV app, Netflix, Hulu, Sling, Prime Video and more. A huge library of content awaits.
  • α9 GEN 3 AI PROCESSOR 4K: Everything you see and hear is automatically made better, clearer, smoother, and more dynamic with our a9 Gen 3 AI Processor 4K. You don’t have to do a thing. Our most advanced 4K processor does it for you with AI Picture Pro, AI Sound Pro, AI 4K Upscaling, and the ability to help your TV to evolve over time.
  • GAMING: LG OLED TV is built for gaming. AI-powered picture quality transports you to the moment. Gaming features and the latest tech, like NVIDIA G-SYNC and FreeSync, give you an edge with less lag, high refresh rates, and incredibly smooth and responsive gameplay.
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Included Components: Power Cable, Remote Control, Stand

Description

LG OLED TV GX is a work of art. This is art-inspired TV. Perfect lines. Bezel-less design. Impossibly thin. No gap from screen to wall. LG's Gallery Design puts the spotlight on your content, yet complements your home's interior. And only OLED pixels emit their own light for perfect black, intense color and stunning picture —backed by AI Picture Pro and AI Sound Pro, our best 4K processor, connected home features and cutting-edge gaming tech.


Brand Name LG


Item Weight 65.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 11.2 x 56.9 x 35 inches


Item model number OLED65GXPUA


Speaker Type Built-In


ASIN B0817K8TJJ


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 4 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #36,245 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #28 in OLED TVs


Date First Available November 8, 2019


abunda_amazon_reviews So far the TV seems great, but the install was a bit of a pain as a DIY project. First, when you read the manual, it says the included mounting hardware is only recommended for use in concrete walls (!?), even though LG's product page says "Installation into a stud is recommended. Please read manual." Ok fine, I'll figured out how to hang the mount securely myself. Then, LG includes a full-size template to help locate the mounting bracket correctly. Buyer beware --- don't trust the template, measure yourself! The template I got showed the top of the TV 4 1/8" above the mounting bracket, but when I actually hung the TV, it only came to 3" above the bracket. Really annoying. In my case the extra inch difference in height won't make a huge difference, but in some situations that would be a disaster. You can tell the template is wrong just by measuring it. You can see in the picture the distance from the top of the 55 GX to the center measures about 14 3/4", but the height of the TV is only 27.5".;;Reviewed in the United States on May 17, 2020;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Included install template for 55 GX is *wrong*;;Brendan McMahan;;;I was initially waiting for the 48 inch CX model to be primarily used as a PC monitor for programming and gaming but I didn't want to wait any longer. The PC monitor I was using before the GX was a 43 inch LG 4k 60hz monitor(LG 43ud79b). I thought 55 inch might be too big as a desk PC Monitor So i went my bedroom and took down Samsung 55 inch KS8000 TV from the wall and moved it over to my office desk. Initially, it was overwhelming and felt too big. However, after 3 days, i was getting used to the size and felt more comfortable. Only issue i had with the setup was it felt too close from where i was sitting since the TV was not mounted to the wall. I looked at the CX specs and it looked as it will not be flush against the wall as bottom portion of the TV in the back is quiet thick and the TV mount will also add more space between the wall and the TV. Then I looked at the more expensive GX model and whole back of the TV is very thin and it comes with a flush mount which can be used to mount the TV on the wall with 0 gap so it sits flat on the wall. Long story short I bought the 55 inch GX model at 2299 which is excellent price since it also comes with the actual mount. However, it does not include a TV stand. For my case, it was going to be wall mounted anyway so I did not care for the TV stand. If you can't mount the TV, you will need to buy the stand from LG separately. I was able to mount the TV in about 20 min using the included screws(4 screws) on 2 studs. Keep in mind that the included mount is only about 16 inches so placement on the wall will be very tricky unless you have those two studs at the perfect location. Cable management system is very well implemented behind the TV and it will route through back of middle of the TV. cables will not bulge your TV out and it will stay flush to the wall. Just add a cable raceway and you are good to go. I turned on the TV and I was impressed over the picture quality especially the black level compared to the IPS LG monitor next to it. I am primarily using it as a PC monitor and do not watch cable TV or bluray/uhd on it. My face is about 3.9 feet away from the TV and it feels very comfortable. PC Monitor Usage as a Programmer and Gaming 4k 60hz + GSync + HDR (on/off) (using 2080 ti) 1. Great Big screen. All text looks clear. I am using it in PC mode. Need to change label or icon to PC to make it into PC MODE 2. Set the TV to Game Mode 3. In Nvidia Control Panel. I set the color format to 422, 12 bit color depth, and output dynamic range to limited. 4. You can use HDR with above settings at 60hz when using 3840 x 2160 5. Gaming is awsome at 60hz with HDR and GSYNC. I tried Gears Tactics and Shadow of Tomb Raider. Both games look awsome. GSYNC range will be 40 to 60hz. 6. I only turn on HDR for HDR supported games. for desktop it looks awful. PC gaming at 4k 120hz without HDR + GSYNC 1. for this mode, you will need to select the 4k resolution under PC in nvidia control panel. 2. You will be able to select 100hz and 120hz. 3. You can enable GSYNC however you will not be able to use HDR due to HDMI 2.0 Limitation with current generation of video cards. Once, HDMI 2.1 supported video cards come out, we will be able to use 444 120hz 10bit and HDR at the same time. However, LG CX and GX and all other 2020 oled models will be limited to 40 gbps for HDMI 2.1 and not the 48 gbps so we will not be able to use 444 120hz HDR 12bit. On a side note last years model is capable of using full 48 gbps but currently it cant to 120hz at 4k unlike the CX or GX model over hdmi 2.0. Overall I am very impressed with this TV and I am glad I went with the GX model over CX as it allows more space between my eyes and the TV since it sits flush against the wall. As for the Size, you get used to it and it feels right. I don't think I will ever go smaller. I think 55 inch is sweet spot for me.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Beautiful TV/Monitor for PC Usage;;Cavemankr;;;Unbelievable clarity. Color and true black is spot on. Great tweaks for most all picture and sound options. If possible, hook it to internet and update firmware BEFORE hooking up your sat, bluray, or other input sources. New firmware fixes a few bugs. REAL good hdmi cables are a MUST! If they are not 2.0b or better, don't bother using them. I made that mistake. If you can find 2.1 cables, get them. Saves you from lots of problems. If you use a receiver, make sure it has a earc or arc or you will have real problems getting sound to work correctly;;Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Best picture I have ever seen!;;thor95;;;Let me start my review by saying, this is my first OLED TV, and I’m regretting not getting an OLED earlier. The picture is exceptionally stunning. The LG GX series combines perfect blacks, infinite contrast, and a beautiful gallery-style design that sits flush against the wall to give you a perfect watching experience. The biggest and best feature of this television is the beautiful picture. With self-lighting OLED pixels, you dark scenes in movies like Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in 4K Dolby Vision on Disney+ look fantastic as the creators imagined. My past 4K TVs have been LCD and I was often frustrated by the noticeable backlights that would halo content on the screen. With OLED, that problem is gone. The operating system of the television is very fast and easy to use. I love the magic remote that lets me easily type and select content with a flick of my wrist. It feels like a wand from Harry Potter, or a way better Wii remote. Every single app I wanted to use was included, from Netflix, to Disney+, to Hulu and YouTube TV. The only missing apps were HBO Go, HBO Now, and HBO Max. This is disappointing, as when you press the search button on the remote, it suggests “Turn to HBO” right on the screen. However, because the TV supports Apple Airplay, I could easily open the HBO app on my iPad and send it to the TV. Hoping LG can add HBO in the future as a native app. The gallery-style design of the 2020 GX series is the stand-out feature. This TV is meant to be mounted on the wall by professionals. In fact, it does not even include a stand. While you could buy a stand on eBay that LG sells in certain markets for the GX series, I do not recommend it. If you want the exact same TV and do not plan to mount it on the wall, buy the CX series instead for less money. If you have the right spot on the wall, buy the GX. It is so thin that my friends and family were in awe of how sleek it looks when mounted. It is not as thin as, say, the LG Wallpaper TV, but that’s because the Wallpaper TV had a required soundbar and wire to run down to the box. The LG GX is all-in-one. Now one caveat here is that OLED panel can experience burn-in if you are not careful. I do not recommend leaving this TV on like the Samsung Frame with artwork (even though LG includes an art gallery mode). There are features built-in to avoid burn-in, which made me feel better. And yes, you can fit a Chromecast behind the TV and still have it sit flush if you want to have Cast built in. To get the best picture, I recommend playing around in the deep picture settings menus and turning off things that mention Frame Rate or Motion to avoid the Soap Opera Effect. You can also switch to the included Filmmaker Mode to do this automatically, but note that Filmmaker Mode lowers the brightness of the screen, so you won’t get the most impactful picture. I also recommend turning off the Power Saving Mode as this limits the maximum brightness of the OLED panel. The 2020 LG GX is a luxury TV for any home-theater geeks who want the best picture, with the best design, and a top of the line operating system. I highly recommend this TV to anyone who is looking.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;An absolutely stunning television;;Tyler

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Brendan McMahan - Reviewed in the United States on May 17, 2020
Included install template for 55 GX is *wrong*
So far the TV seems great, but the install was a bit of a pain as a DIY project. First, when you read the manual, it says the included mounting hardware is only recommended for use in concrete walls (!?), even though LG's product page says "Installation into a stud is recommended. Please read manual." Ok fine, I'll figured out how to hang the mount securely myself. Then, LG includes a full-size template to help locate the mounting bracket correctly. Buyer beware --- don't trust the template, measure yourself! The template I got showed the top of the TV 4 1/8" above the mounting bracket, but when I actually hung the TV, it only came to 3" above the bracket. Really annoying. In my case the extra inch difference in height won't make a huge difference, but in some situations that would be a disaster. You can tell the template is wrong just by measuring it. You can see in the picture the distance from the top of the 55 GX to the center measures about 14 3/4", but the height of the TV is only 27.5".

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Cavemankr - Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2020
Beautiful TV/Monitor for PC Usage
I was initially waiting for the 48 inch CX model to be primarily used as a PC monitor for programming and gaming but I didn't want to wait any longer. The PC monitor I was using before the GX was a 43 inch LG 4k 60hz monitor(LG 43ud79b). I thought 55 inch might be too big as a desk PC Monitor So i went my bedroom and took down Samsung 55 inch KS8000 TV from the wall and moved it over to my office desk. Initially, it was overwhelming and felt too big. However, after 3 days, i was getting used to the size and felt more comfortable. Only issue i had with the setup was it felt too close from where i was sitting since the TV was not mounted to the wall. I looked at the CX specs and it looked as it will not be flush against the wall as bottom portion of the TV in the back is quiet thick and the TV mount will also add more space between the wall and the TV. Then I looked at the more expensive GX model and whole back of the TV is very thin and it comes with a flush mount which can be used to mount the TV on the wall with 0 gap so it sits flat on the wall. Long story short I bought the 55 inch GX model at 2299 which is excellent price since it also comes with the actual mount. However, it does not include a TV stand. For my case, it was going to be wall mounted anyway so I did not care for the TV stand. If you can't mount the TV, you will need to buy the stand from LG separately. I was able to mount the TV in about 20 min using the included screws(4 screws) on 2 studs. Keep in mind that the included mount is only about 16 inches so placement on the wall will be very tricky unless you have those two studs at the perfect location. Cable management system is very well implemented behind the TV and it will route through back of middle of the TV. cables will not bulge your TV out and it will stay flush to the wall. Just add a cable raceway and you are good to go. I turned on the TV and I was impressed over the picture quality especially the black level compared to the IPS LG monitor next to it. I am primarily using it as a PC monitor and do not watch cable TV or bluray/uhd on it. My face is about 3.9 feet away from the TV and it feels very comfortable. PC Monitor Usage as a Programmer and Gaming 4k 60hz + GSync + HDR (on/off) (using 2080 ti) 1. Great Big screen. All text looks clear. I am using it in PC mode. Need to change label or icon to PC to make it into PC MODE 2. Set the TV to Game Mode 3. In Nvidia Control Panel. I set the color format to 422, 12 bit color depth, and output dynamic range to limited. 4. You can use HDR with above settings at 60hz when using 3840 x 2160 5. Gaming is awsome at 60hz with HDR and GSYNC. I tried Gears Tactics and Shadow of Tomb Raider. Both games look awsome. GSYNC range will be 40 to 60hz. 6. I only turn on HDR for HDR supported games. for desktop it looks awful. PC gaming at 4k 120hz without HDR + GSYNC 1. for this mode, you will need to select the 4k resolution under PC in nvidia control panel. 2. You will be able to select 100hz and 120hz. 3. You can enable GSYNC however you will not be able to use HDR due to HDMI 2.0 Limitation with current generation of video cards. Once, HDMI 2.1 supported video cards come out, we will be able to use 444 120hz 10bit and HDR at the same time. However, LG CX and GX and all other 2020 oled models will be limited to 40 gbps for HDMI 2.1 and not the 48 gbps so we will not be able to use 444 120hz HDR 12bit. On a side note last years model is capable of using full 48 gbps but currently it cant to 120hz at 4k unlike the CX or GX model over hdmi 2.0. Overall I am very impressed with this TV and I am glad I went with the GX model over CX as it allows more space between my eyes and the TV since it sits flush against the wall. As for the Size, you get used to it and it feels right. I don't think I will ever go smaller. I think 55 inch is sweet spot for me.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By thor95 - Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2020
Best picture I have ever seen!
Unbelievable clarity. Color and true black is spot on. Great tweaks for most all picture and sound options. If possible, hook it to internet and update firmware BEFORE hooking up your sat, bluray, or other input sources. New firmware fixes a few bugs. REAL good hdmi cables are a MUST! If they are not 2.0b or better, don't bother using them. I made that mistake. If you can find 2.1 cables, get them. Saves you from lots of problems. If you use a receiver, make sure it has a earc or arc or you will have real problems getting sound to work correctly

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Tyler - Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2020
An absolutely stunning television
Let me start my review by saying, this is my first OLED TV, and I’m regretting not getting an OLED earlier. The picture is exceptionally stunning. The LG GX series combines perfect blacks, infinite contrast, and a beautiful gallery-style design that sits flush against the wall to give you a perfect watching experience. The biggest and best feature of this television is the beautiful picture. With self-lighting OLED pixels, you dark scenes in movies like Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in 4K Dolby Vision on Disney+ look fantastic as the creators imagined. My past 4K TVs have been LCD and I was often frustrated by the noticeable backlights that would halo content on the screen. With OLED, that problem is gone. The operating system of the television is very fast and easy to use. I love the magic remote that lets me easily type and select content with a flick of my wrist. It feels like a wand from Harry Potter, or a way better Wii remote. Every single app I wanted to use was included, from Netflix, to Disney+, to Hulu and YouTube TV. The only missing apps were HBO Go, HBO Now, and HBO Max. This is disappointing, as when you press the search button on the remote, it suggests “Turn to HBO” right on the screen. However, because the TV supports Apple Airplay, I could easily open the HBO app on my iPad and send it to the TV. Hoping LG can add HBO in the future as a native app. The gallery-style design of the 2020 GX series is the stand-out feature. This TV is meant to be mounted on the wall by professionals. In fact, it does not even include a stand. While you could buy a stand on eBay that LG sells in certain markets for the GX series, I do not recommend it. If you want the exact same TV and do not plan to mount it on the wall, buy the CX series instead for less money. If you have the right spot on the wall, buy the GX. It is so thin that my friends and family were in awe of how sleek it looks when mounted. It is not as thin as, say, the LG Wallpaper TV, but that’s because the Wallpaper TV had a required soundbar and wire to run down to the box. The LG GX is all-in-one. Now one caveat here is that OLED panel can experience burn-in if you are not careful. I do not recommend leaving this TV on like the Samsung Frame with artwork (even though LG includes an art gallery mode). There are features built-in to avoid burn-in, which made me feel better. And yes, you can fit a Chromecast behind the TV and still have it sit flush if you want to have Cast built in. To get the best picture, I recommend playing around in the deep picture settings menus and turning off things that mention Frame Rate or Motion to avoid the Soap Opera Effect. You can also switch to the included Filmmaker Mode to do this automatically, but note that Filmmaker Mode lowers the brightness of the screen, so you won’t get the most impactful picture. I also recommend turning off the Power Saving Mode as this limits the maximum brightness of the OLED panel. The 2020 LG GX is a luxury TV for any home-theater geeks who want the best picture, with the best design, and a top of the line operating system. I highly recommend this TV to anyone who is looking.

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Brendan McMahan - Reviewed in the United States on May 17, 2020
Included install template for 55 GX is *wrong*
So far the TV seems great, but the install was a bit of a pain as a DIY project. First, when you read the manual, it says the included mounting hardware is only recommended for use in concrete walls (!?), even though LG's product page says "Installation into a stud is recommended. Please read manual." Ok fine, I'll figured out how to hang the mount securely myself. Then, LG includes a full-size template to help locate the mounting bracket correctly. Buyer beware --- don't trust the template, measure yourself! The template I got showed the top of the TV 4 1/8" above the mounting bracket, but when I actually hung the TV, it only came to 3" above the bracket. Really annoying. In my case the extra inch difference in height won't make a huge difference, but in some situations that would be a disaster. You can tell the template is wrong just by measuring it. You can see in the picture the distance from the top of the 55 GX to the center measures about 14 3/4", but the height of the TV is only 27.5".

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Cavemankr - Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2020
Beautiful TV/Monitor for PC Usage
I was initially waiting for the 48 inch CX model to be primarily used as a PC monitor for programming and gaming but I didn't want to wait any longer. The PC monitor I was using before the GX was a 43 inch LG 4k 60hz monitor(LG 43ud79b). I thought 55 inch might be too big as a desk PC Monitor So i went my bedroom and took down Samsung 55 inch KS8000 TV from the wall and moved it over to my office desk. Initially, it was overwhelming and felt too big. However, after 3 days, i was getting used to the size and felt more comfortable. Only issue i had with the setup was it felt too close from where i was sitting since the TV was not mounted to the wall. I looked at the CX specs and it looked as it will not be flush against the wall as bottom portion of the TV in the back is quiet thick and the TV mount will also add more space between the wall and the TV. Then I looked at the more expensive GX model and whole back of the TV is very thin and it comes with a flush mount which can be used to mount the TV on the wall with 0 gap so it sits flat on the wall. Long story short I bought the 55 inch GX model at 2299 which is excellent price since it also comes with the actual mount. However, it does not include a TV stand. For my case, it was going to be wall mounted anyway so I did not care for the TV stand. If you can't mount the TV, you will need to buy the stand from LG separately. I was able to mount the TV in about 20 min using the included screws(4 screws) on 2 studs. Keep in mind that the included mount is only about 16 inches so placement on the wall will be very tricky unless you have those two studs at the perfect location. Cable management system is very well implemented behind the TV and it will route through back of middle of the TV. cables will not bulge your TV out and it will stay flush to the wall. Just add a cable raceway and you are good to go. I turned on the TV and I was impressed over the picture quality especially the black level compared to the IPS LG monitor next to it. I am primarily using it as a PC monitor and do not watch cable TV or bluray/uhd on it. My face is about 3.9 feet away from the TV and it feels very comfortable. PC Monitor Usage as a Programmer and Gaming 4k 60hz + GSync + HDR (on/off) (using 2080 ti) 1. Great Big screen. All text looks clear. I am using it in PC mode. Need to change label or icon to PC to make it into PC MODE 2. Set the TV to Game Mode 3. In Nvidia Control Panel. I set the color format to 422, 12 bit color depth, and output dynamic range to limited. 4. You can use HDR with above settings at 60hz when using 3840 x 2160 5. Gaming is awsome at 60hz with HDR and GSYNC. I tried Gears Tactics and Shadow of Tomb Raider. Both games look awsome. GSYNC range will be 40 to 60hz. 6. I only turn on HDR for HDR supported games. for desktop it looks awful. PC gaming at 4k 120hz without HDR + GSYNC 1. for this mode, you will need to select the 4k resolution under PC in nvidia control panel. 2. You will be able to select 100hz and 120hz. 3. You can enable GSYNC however you will not be able to use HDR due to HDMI 2.0 Limitation with current generation of video cards. Once, HDMI 2.1 supported video cards come out, we will be able to use 444 120hz 10bit and HDR at the same time. However, LG CX and GX and all other 2020 oled models will be limited to 40 gbps for HDMI 2.1 and not the 48 gbps so we will not be able to use 444 120hz HDR 12bit. On a side note last years model is capable of using full 48 gbps but currently it cant to 120hz at 4k unlike the CX or GX model over hdmi 2.0. Overall I am very impressed with this TV and I am glad I went with the GX model over CX as it allows more space between my eyes and the TV since it sits flush against the wall. As for the Size, you get used to it and it feels right. I don't think I will ever go smaller. I think 55 inch is sweet spot for me.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By thor95 - Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2020
Best picture I have ever seen!
Unbelievable clarity. Color and true black is spot on. Great tweaks for most all picture and sound options. If possible, hook it to internet and update firmware BEFORE hooking up your sat, bluray, or other input sources. New firmware fixes a few bugs. REAL good hdmi cables are a MUST! If they are not 2.0b or better, don't bother using them. I made that mistake. If you can find 2.1 cables, get them. Saves you from lots of problems. If you use a receiver, make sure it has a earc or arc or you will have real problems getting sound to work correctly

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Tyler - Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2020
An absolutely stunning television
Let me start my review by saying, this is my first OLED TV, and I’m regretting not getting an OLED earlier. The picture is exceptionally stunning. The LG GX series combines perfect blacks, infinite contrast, and a beautiful gallery-style design that sits flush against the wall to give you a perfect watching experience. The biggest and best feature of this television is the beautiful picture. With self-lighting OLED pixels, you dark scenes in movies like Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in 4K Dolby Vision on Disney+ look fantastic as the creators imagined. My past 4K TVs have been LCD and I was often frustrated by the noticeable backlights that would halo content on the screen. With OLED, that problem is gone. The operating system of the television is very fast and easy to use. I love the magic remote that lets me easily type and select content with a flick of my wrist. It feels like a wand from Harry Potter, or a way better Wii remote. Every single app I wanted to use was included, from Netflix, to Disney+, to Hulu and YouTube TV. The only missing apps were HBO Go, HBO Now, and HBO Max. This is disappointing, as when you press the search button on the remote, it suggests “Turn to HBO” right on the screen. However, because the TV supports Apple Airplay, I could easily open the HBO app on my iPad and send it to the TV. Hoping LG can add HBO in the future as a native app. The gallery-style design of the 2020 GX series is the stand-out feature. This TV is meant to be mounted on the wall by professionals. In fact, it does not even include a stand. While you could buy a stand on eBay that LG sells in certain markets for the GX series, I do not recommend it. If you want the exact same TV and do not plan to mount it on the wall, buy the CX series instead for less money. If you have the right spot on the wall, buy the GX. It is so thin that my friends and family were in awe of how sleek it looks when mounted. It is not as thin as, say, the LG Wallpaper TV, but that’s because the Wallpaper TV had a required soundbar and wire to run down to the box. The LG GX is all-in-one. Now one caveat here is that OLED panel can experience burn-in if you are not careful. I do not recommend leaving this TV on like the Samsung Frame with artwork (even though LG includes an art gallery mode). There are features built-in to avoid burn-in, which made me feel better. And yes, you can fit a Chromecast behind the TV and still have it sit flush if you want to have Cast built in. To get the best picture, I recommend playing around in the deep picture settings menus and turning off things that mention Frame Rate or Motion to avoid the Soap Opera Effect. You can also switch to the included Filmmaker Mode to do this automatically, but note that Filmmaker Mode lowers the brightness of the screen, so you won’t get the most impactful picture. I also recommend turning off the Power Saving Mode as this limits the maximum brightness of the OLED panel. The 2020 LG GX is a luxury TV for any home-theater geeks who want the best picture, with the best design, and a top of the line operating system. I highly recommend this TV to anyone who is looking.