Best LG OLED TV Review: Samsung CX900 Series

Samsung CX900 series are the best TVs available in 2017. They have been designed from scratch to offer the most advanced features at affordable prices.

These new OLED TVs feature a very high contrast ratio (1000:1) and HDR10 support which makes them ideal for watching movies or playing games in full 3D. Their picture quality is superb, even when compared to 4K UHD TVs.

The Samsung CX900 series are also capable of delivering deep blacks and bright whites thanks to their Quantum Dot technology. This means they will look much better than regular LCD TVs when it comes to dark scenes.

These TVs have a wide range of connectivity options including HDMI 2.0a, MHL 3.0, DisplayPort 1.2 and Dual-Link DVI-I/DLNA certified for upscaling your content to the big screen!

All these great features make them one of the best TVs currently available. However, there are some drawbacks to consider.

For starters, they only come in two sizes – 55″ and 65″. If you’re buying one for yourself then you’ll need to decide if it’s worth spending extra money on a bigger model or opting for a cheaper alternative like the Vizio P Series or Sony X800E instead.

Furthermore, this is a new product from Samsung so it hasn’t been around for quite some time, which means you might experience a few issues that the manufacturer needs to fix in the future. Finally, these are very expensive TVs (especially the 65″ model).

So keep that in mind if you’re seriously considering buying one.

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All things considered, the Samsung CX900 series are great OLED TVs that will please most buyers. The only people we wouldn’t recommend them to are gamers, as the input lag is pretty high on these models.


One of the best TVs available in 2017, the LG E7P offers great performance across the board. It has very good low input lag for gamers along with the best picture quality you can find on an OLED display.

HDR is taken to the next level with 4K HDR EliteMax, which is a sort of in-house modification that improves dynamic range and overall picture quality. The One of the best things about this TV is itsabillty to produce perfect blacks.

These are on par with professional monitors for cameras and cinemas. No other brand can deliver this kind of performance.

Other features include a large variety of apps, voice recognition and a large number of HDMI and USB ports. There’s also great sound quality, which you don’t always find on TVs.

The downsides are very few, but the main one is the price. While it is cheaper than the top-of-the-line Sony AF9, you still need to fork out a lot of money for one of these.


The C7P is an excellent TV overall, but it doesn’t offer anything that the B7 doesn’t, which is cheaper.

So why buy this one?

Well, the C7 is actually a better choice if you are a gamer. It has less input lag than the B7, making it better for video games.

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Additionally, 4K content, video games and other external devices benefit from the enhanced refresh rate of the C7 (as opposed to the B7) which is much higher at 120Hz. This makes the C7 a better choice if you want to play video games on your TV.


The reason why we didn’t place the B6 higher up on our list is quite simple: it’s old. The B6 was released in late 2015, which makes it over 2 years old at this point.

While it is still an excellent TV and definitely worth buying, there are some more recent releases that are also great. The B6 only has an edge in price, as it is usually cheaper.

However, if you can get this TV at a good price, it is definitely worth considering. Its main advantages over the C6 and the E6 are brighter whites and better gray uniformity, though the difference is not vast between any of these models.

You can read our review of the B6 from 2015 here.

Should You Buy an LG OLED TV?

If you can afford it, then the answer is a definite yes. With an unmatched picture quality, remarkable design and all of the latest technology built in (like HDR), there is no better choice out there at the moment. LG’s newest TVs might be slightly more affordable than their predecessors, but they are still quite expensive compared to other models on the market.

All of these models are a significant step up from the previous top-of-the-line E6 in terms of performance, so you won’t be missing out on much from the older model if you go for one of the newer ones.

In terms of which one to get, it mainly boils down to your budget and what size you want. The C7 and B7 are very similar, and the choice between those comes down to whether you want a little better gaming performance (C7) or a slightly better value for money (B7).

The E7p is more of an upgraded B6 than a successor to the E6. It offers a brighter display with a wider color gamut for HDR, but its main advantages over the B7 are quite limited.

Unless you have a very large room or plan to use wall-mounting, it isn’t worth the trade off in picture quality.

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Should you want the absolute best of the best, go for the W7. While it doesn’t offer anything substantially superior to the E7p (no Dolby Vision support being the main thing), it is quite a bit brighter.

This makes HDR stand out even more and it can counteract the glare caused by a particularly bright room.

In any case, if you want an OLED TV, all of the current models are going to provide you a great experience. While there aren’t many reviews out there on these new TVs yet, the consensus seems to be that they have maintained the amazing performance of their predecessors.

We will be updating this list in the future as we get more reviews on these TVs, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back again soon.

If you have any questions or comments about the new 2016 lineup of LG OLED TVs, please post them in the comment section below.

*Prices are accurate as of publishing date

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