LG 65EF950T




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By APC Magazine on 100

LG has finally bucked that trend, launching new flat-panel OLEDs in 55- and 65-inch screen sizes, and the results are brilliant. Thanks to OLED's self-lighting pixels, the LG panels produce an impossibly realistic contrast ratio where blacks are...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 90

So, the LG 65EF950T offers a truly superb picture, with black levels and a dynamic range that none – seriously, none! – of the competition can match. When coupled with UHD Blu-ray, this is going to life home entertainment to a whole new quality...

By cybershack.com.au on 90

For all intents and purposes, the LG 65EF950T is almost identical to a TV I described as "almost perfect". Same manufacturer, same design, same underlying technology. There's a few key differences though. This one is bigger, and as such, more expensive....

By PC Authority on 100

In August, last year, I reviewed the new LG 4K curved OLED telly , declaring it rightly to be the nicest TV available for sale anywhere. The combination of OLED technology, 4K resolution and the very generous 65-inch size made it a killer. The curved...

By techguide.com.au on 100

LG has once again found the right formula with its latest EF950T OLED TV. It delivers on every front on every front and has the design, technology and stunning picture quality that makes it stand head and shoulders above any other...

By TechRadar AU on 100

Finally, LG has delivered a large screen OLED panel in a traditional flat screen form factor, and the wait was worth it. Impossibly good image quality and future proofing for 4K and HDR content, this is the best TV money can buy, so long as you have the...

By avhub.com.au on

The LG 65EF950T is our favourite TV on the market — at the moment. We should note that LG's $10,499 E6 (‘Flagship 4K OLED') and $11,999 G6 (‘Flagship OLED, LG Signature Brand') are promised before the end of June, with even brighter whites and Dolby...

By itwire.com on

Awesome colour and blacks, every feature you can imagine, all in LG's new flat screen, 4K, OLED TVs.I had the privilege of spending an evening with LG's new A$8999, 65”, EF950T, flat screen OLED TV. The outcome is that I must have one.To put this in...

By brisbanetimes.com.au on

Finally conceding that not everyone is in love with curved screens, LG has delivered a flat Ultra HD OLED masterpiece with full HDR support to help it look better than ever.LED televisions have come a long way but OLED is still the gold standard when it...