The 2017 LG OLED TV is updated to provide rich colours and wide viewing angles which makes cinematic view in home. It supports infinite contrast and low latency for gamming and also four different HDR formats but limited peak brightness. LG has made sure that every major HDR format is supported which would be good in future. It’s one of the TV that supports Dolby’s ATMOS surround sound decoding. LG’s managed to accommodate a speaker array that provides a full bodied and refined performance, its stunning picture quality with ultra-low input delay, which makes it perfect for games and movies.
Some shortcomings in OLEDB7V TV are that the processing of interlaced video especially fast action sports broad cast are not much good. There are limited peak brightness for HDR and Dolby ATMOS decoder does not support true HD which are the major drawbacks for a being a good product of LG. Now the main thing through which the customers are entertain is the price which was £2,999 but now is slashed in half and become £1,484. If anybody is looking for superlative 4K HDR picture quality, then he can buy with confidence because he really can’t do better for the money.
LG OLED55B7V review: Design, features and connectivity
The OLEDB7V TV’s panel is strikingly thin. The OLED screen is surrounded by a brushed metallic silver trim which extends to the back.
The bottom half of the rear protrudes by necessity to house the TV’s brains and speakers. On the left display four HDMI sockets with HDR and HDCP 2.2 compatibility are found. It also includes 802.11ac WIFI, for wireless streaming video from mobiles or laptops WIDI and MIRACAST is also included. The Dolby ATMOS decoder helps the sound to come loud and clear with proper amount of bass.
LG OLED55B7V review: Picture performance
One of the most significant improvements comes in the area of above-black handling. Things look better too at the other end of the contrast-ratio spectrum. The maximum peak brightness on full-screen white hasn’t been raised, but what LG engineers have done is to twist the Automatic Brightness Limiter algorithm on the this TV to be less aggressive than before, this means that the image look noticeably brighter compared to last model. LG did a great job of providing vibrant yet realistic hues colours pop with stunning vibrancy and realism.
LG OLED55B7V review: HDR performance
It supports four different HDR formats, HDR10 which is the most common open HDR used in ultra HD blue ray, HLG which stands for hybrid log gamma, the Dolby vision and Technicolor HDR and some of these will be only available when updated. HDR technology does a great job of levelling the playing field by continuously optimising the brightness level to best suit the onscreen images
LG OLED55B7V review: Gaming performance
The LG OLED55B7 is a gamer’s dream TV. Input delay comes in at 21ms in Game mode, for both 1080p SDR and 4K HDR resolutions. PC gamers can also obtain this ultra-quick level of gaming responsiveness with full 4:4:4 Chroma reproduction with the right combination which shows the best colours.