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With the LG OLED55GX6LA and LG DSN8YG, you create an impressive home cinema with realistic images and a powerful sound. The television hangs on your wall like a painting. This 'Gallery' OLED TV is just 2cm thick and includes a wall mount. You can use this to mount it close to the wall. The OLED screen contains millions of pixels that are able to individually produce colors, light up, or turn off completely. As a result, they produce a strong contrast between black and color tones. Black images are truly black and you see every detail in the shades. The a9 Gen3 processor uses artificial intelligence to make the images extra sharp, colorful, and smooth. Images of a lower resolution get extra pixels via upscaling thanks to the processor, so videos on a DVD or YouTube become high quality as well.
With the LG DSN8YG soundbar, you create a spatial sound for your television. The set includes a soundbar and subwoofer. Thanks to the Dolby Atmos technology, the sound from the movie is lifelike. The speakers are pointed upwards. They reflect the sound to your listening position via the ceiling. The built-in Google Assistant helps you to control the soundbar wirelessly.
Note: the TV doesn't include leg stands. You can only hang it on the wall with the included mount.
This kit has been compiled by our expert.
Vinod Sudharshan | 29 November 2020
| In the version: 55 inches | No soundbar
One of the great OLED screens I've seen and also like the WebOS from LG, its quite easy to use and has all the apps you need. The audio could have been better especially for such as expensive TV. You're almost forced to get a soundbar.
Mahmood | 13 March 2021
We have had this TV for a few months now. We are overall happy with the TV, and extremely happy with the IQ. The sound quality is not top of the range, but it is the best you can hope with such a flat casing. Specially after setting up room correction in the menus the sound quality is very appreciable. The issue of LG TVs occasionally turning off our of the blue is real with this model too, but it is not that bad for our unit. Has happened 3-4 times up to now. Let’s say once per month, but right in the middle of a watching session!