LG OLED E8 (2018) Series

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 154 recensioni su LG OLED E8 (2018) Series. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 4.8/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.3/5 per altri prodotti. Le persone rispondono positivamente alla qualità fabbricazione e design. In aggiunta, qualità suono e usabilità sono inoltre apprezzati.

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LG E8 OLED

 

LG E8 OLED review: LG has made its OLED even better, which is saying something. Shame the sound has been sacrificed for design, though

Stunning picture quality ; Unique and attractive design ; Excellent smart TV system

It's expensive ; Sound is a little disappointing ; No HDR10+ support

Nothing short of glorious, but it’s a pity LG has put design ahead of sound quality.

08/2018

DT Editors' Choice

Recensione esperto da : Caleb Denison (digitaltrends.com)

LG E8PUA series (OLED65E8PUA) review

 

Perfect blacks, stunning contrast ; Excellent color accuracy out of the box ; Impressive HDR performance ; Class-leading voice recognition ; Robust sound quality

Design and sound upgrades call for big premium

LG’s E8 series OLED is one of the best televisions produced to date. You’ll pay a premium over the less-expensive C8 and B8 series TVs, but if you want the glass, class, and upgraded bass, the E8 does a nice job of dressing up your media room while...

DT Editors' Choice

Recensione esperto da : Caleb Denison (digitaltrends.com)

LG E8PUA series (OLED55E8PUA) review

 

Perfect blacks, stunning contrast ; Excellent color accuracy out of the box ; Impressive HDR performance ; Class-leading voice recognition ; Robust sound quality

Design and sound upgrades call for big premium

LG’s E8 series OLED is one of the best televisions produced to date. You’ll pay a premium over the less-expensive C8 and B8 series TVs, but if you want the glass, class, and upgraded bass, the E8 does a nice job of dressing up your media room while...

Editor's Choice

Recensione esperto da : Will Greenwald (pcmag.com)

LG OLED65E8PUA

 

The LG OLEDE8P series of OLED TVs offer some of the best picture quality money can buy.

Excellent contrast and color range. Built-in Google Assistant. Striking design.

Very expensive. No Google Cast support.

The LG OLEDE8P series follows in the footsteps of LG's previous OLED TVs by offering one of the best pictures you can get at a very high price. At $3,300 for the 55-inch model we tested, this is one expensive TV, even if it's less pricey than the LG...

06/2018

Recensione esperto da : What Hi-Fi? (whathifi.com)

LG OLED55E8PLA review

 

With the same video tech as its sibling C8 model, can LG's E8 OLED TV justify the extra spend?

Class-leading picture ; Gorgeous design ; Well-equipped smarts ; Useful ThinQ features ; Easy to use ; Comprehensive picture mode options

Doesn’t justify premium price

The OLED55E8PLA is another stunning 2018 LG TV, even if it isn’t the very best value for money model in its line-up

05/2018

Recensione esperto da : John Archer (homecinemachoice.com)

LG OLED65E8 4K HDR Dolby Vision TV review

 

Dazzling 65in 4K HDR OLED display with integrated Dolby Atmos decoding A combination of gorgeous designs, a five-strong range targeting different buyers, and impressive picture quality improvements saw LG's OLED models make huge inroads into the...

08/2018

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LG OLED65E8PLA review

 

The OLED pace-setter returns - only this time, it's bringing an assistant

Outstanding picture quality across the board ; Elegant design ; Great smart TV system ; Useful AI functionality

Sound performance is disappointing ; No HDR10+ ; Expensive compared to C8

Jaw-dropping picture quality with AI smarts and an elegant design, the E8 is almost the complete package – if only the sound was up to scratch too

06/2018

Recensione esperto da : Andrew London (techradar.com)

LG E8 OLED (OLED65E8) review

 

A tiny processor makes a huge difference to the OLED range

Brighter display ; Much improved noise reduction ; Useful AI

Hard-to-understand menu functions ; Colder image ; HFR a practically redundant feature

LG has managed to improve upon its already impressive 2017 OLED range with the inclusion of 2018’s a9 processor chip, with a four-stage noise reduction feature, AI driven sharpness settings, and improved AI. But with all the promise of the a9 chip, it...

03/2018

Recensione esperto da : Dimitris Katsaounis , Eric Bousquet, Yannick Khong (rtings.com)

LG E8 OLED TV

 

The LG OLED E8 is an excellent 4k OLED TV with a remarkable picture quality. It can display perfect blacks and is has excellent for dark room viewing. The E8 is also a good choice for rooms with wide seating arrangements as the image remains accurate...

Perfect blacks ; Image remains accurate when viewed at an angle ; Instantaneous response time leaves very little motion blur

Risk of permanent ; with prolonged exposure to static content ; Brightness changes with screen content (ABL)

10/2018

Recensione esperto da : Jon L. Jacobi (techhive.com)

LG E8PUA 4K UHD TV review: Approaching TV nirvana

 

LG's 55-inch OLED smart TV is simply one of the best TVs money can buy. It delivers luxurious color, real blacks, smooth motion, and the best interface and remote in the business.

Fantastic picture, with velvety blacks ; The best TV remote and user interface in the industry ; Dolby Vision, HDR10, and HLG HDR support

Expensive (although prices are coming down) ; Limited panel lifespan prohibits heavy-duty use

Of all the TVs in all the test centers in all the world, LG had to ship the E8PUA to mine. Sony’s sound on its OLED’s (which use LG panels) is slightly better than LG’s, but it’s darn close, and LG’s Magic Remote and WebOS blow Sony’s equivalents out...