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LG – 65″ Class GX Series OLED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV


(8 customer reviews)
Last updated on April 9, 2024 5:30 am Details
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Specification: LG – 65″ Class GX Series OLED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV

Display Type


Screen Size Class

65 inches

High Dynamic Range (HDR)


High Dynamic Range Format

Dolby Vision, HDR 10, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)

Refresh Rate


Specific Manufacturer Technologies

Infinite Contrast, Pixel Level Dimming, True Color Accuracy Pro, Quad Step Noise Reduction, Advanced Contrast Enhancer

Smart Platform


Color Category


Product Width

56.9 inches

Number of HDMI Inputs


Voice Assistant Built-in

Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant

Product Name

65" Class GX Series OLED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV



Model Number



GX Series



Works With

Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa

Picture Quality Enhancement Technology

Cinema HDR

Product Depth Without Stand

0.8 inches

Product Weight Without Stand

63.9 pounds


38.2 inches


65.4 inches


7.5 inches

Screen Size

64.5 inches

Product Height Without Stand

32.7 inches

Closed Captioning


Curved Screen


Language(s) Displayed

English, French, Spanish

3D Technology


Remote Control Type


Smart Capable


Screen Mirroring


Screen Mirroring Technology

Apple AirPlay 2, Miracast

Model Year



4K (2160p)

Number of Composite Video Inputs


Number of USB 2.0 Ports


Bluetooth Version


Video Description




TV Tuner


Number Of USB Port(s) (Total)


HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC)


Headphone Jack


TV/DVD Combo


Number of Digital Optical Audio Outputs


Number of RS-232 Inputs


RF Antenna Input


Network Compatibility

Built-in Wi-Fi, Ethernet

Ethernet Port(s)


HDBaseT Receiver


Bluetooth Enabled


VESA Wall Mount Standard

300mm x 200mm

Battery Size (Remote Control)


Indoor Or Outdoor Use


Estimated Annual Operating Cost

30 United States dollars



Built-In Speakers


Speaker Output

60 watts

Built-in Speaker Type

Downward firing



EPEAT Qualified


Estimated Annual Electricity Use

247 kilowatt hours

Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor

1 year

Surround Sound Supported

Dolby Atmos, OLED Surround

Rechargeable Battery (Remote Control)


Number Of Batteries Required (Remote Control)


Number of Batteries Included (Remote Control)


Stand Included


Cable(s) Included


Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts

1 year



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8 reviews for LG – 65″ Class GX Series OLED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV

4.9 out of 5
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  1. Lardogthemarine

    Exceeded my expectations for picture, design and functionality. Initially a little hard to navigate the menu but learning.

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  2. xNEMESISx100

    I got this tv for next gen gaming as it one of the only tv to hdmi 2.1 and it has blown all expectations out of the roof. The picture will make all other TVs look like they are from 2005. If your budget can fit this tv definitely get it.

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  3. MrPaul

    Excellent TV (quality). And, YES!!!!! You may put it on the shelf stand (sold separately). Everyone, told us it goes only on the wall, but has all holes for the stand. Go for it.

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  4. Brookb

    Simply put, the panel in this TV is one of the best on the consumer market right now, but if you’re reading this, you probably already know that. The GX models are exactly the same as the CX internally, with the main difference being the physical exterior. These GX displays are very thin and designed to fit flush against a wall. We purchased the 65 inch model (and also the matching LG GX Soundbar, reviewed separately).
    The aesthetics of this TV once wall-mounted are stunning (see pictures). Of note, is if you don’t want to wall mount it, you need to purchase the legs separately (which I believe also contains the back panels for the cable management compartments, not included in the main TV box). Even though the TV is thin, it’s very heavy and requires two strong people to safely wall mount. The proprietary wall mount is also rather confusing to install. If you’re installing into drywall with studs, know that the mount is made for 16 inch studs, with almost no adjustment for deviation, so if you’re trying to center it somewhere, take that into account. The cable management in the back is also not great. If the TV would have included the cable comparment covers for the back panel, it’d be much less frustrating. If you have 4 thick HDMI cables, it becomes challenging to run the cables in such a way that the TV still sits flush on the wall.
    None of that is my reason for knocking a star off, though. LG’s firmware issues they had with last year’s models have continued into this year’s. Specifically, as you can find with some Google searches, there is a whole host of problems with getting G-Sync to work correctly when hooked up to a PC at 4k 120hz (using an RTX card), and requires a LOT of configuration and tweaking both on the TV and GPU driver (it definitely doesn’t “just work”). I’ve also experienced a lot of inconsistencies using this TV’s eARC implementation with the matching GX soundbar, where input changes can cause audio to drop completely, requiring a full power cycle.
    Speaking of eARC, this is my main reason for knocking off the star: the X models do not support DTS decoding in ANY capacity, INCLUDING ARC/eARC passthrough. Which renders the benefits of eARC (mostly multichannel 5.1+ sound) void for a very big use-case for those of us with a large media collection (ahem, if you’re a Nolan movie fan, better find alternative audio streams or a blu ray player that can decode/transcode the DTS stream for the GX!).
    Our particular OLED panel did come with a decent amount of vertical banding in the 5-20% greyscale range. However, it has improved over time, with it now only being apparent up to about the 10-15% range. This isn’t necessarily a negative, as all OLED panels of this physical size suffer from some kind of vertical banding visible in certain greyscale ranges. Also worth noting is to not necessarily fall for the Dolby Vision marketing. This panel is nowhere near capable of producing the 12 bit color depth to even worry about it — it’s all marketing.
    As for the positives: the picture on this thing with 4k HDR content is truly breathtaking. Even more so once you get it working with some games beyond 60fps into the 120 range. The perfect contrast on this thing completely makes up for (and exceeds) any color depth shortcomings with competing Samsung models. The actual experience of watching content on this screen simply can’t be beat – this is the pinnacle of normal consumer TVs right now.
    The gallery app that displays art is a very nice touch. It would be nice to see more customization options with it though. All other apps and smart TV functionality works incredibly smooth.
    Another surprising positive is the quality of the internal speakers. For a TV this thin, they have a lot of depth in sound. External speakers will of course be better, but I was not expecting the GX model speakers to be this good out-of-the-box.
    Overall, one of the best TVs your money can buy right now. For me, however, the peculiarities with LG’s firmware, G-Sync and eARC issues, and complete lack of DTS passthrough, significantly takes away from what is otherwise a perfect consumer TV for the aesthetically-conscious.

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  5. Benhur

    Amazing television but as far as the evaluation I been waiting for a response but the person that came just assumes I guess I’m going to just blow 3k plus on what needs to be done and I’m going to be ok with it when all I am asking is for a revaluation so I then proceed to put in the order.

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  6. Tsoverpar

    Very happy with this LG OLED GX TV. Pi ture quality and low profile wall mount.

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  7. techgeek

    I have mounted this TV on my stone wall on top of fireplace with a professional. The majority of the effort was to get the tv centered and drill through stone. LG GX 4K OLED did not disappoint l. The picture comes to life with sharp image and amazing contrast. For those who need their OLED TV flush mounted against a wall, this is it!

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  8. Swnprinces

    The picture quality is amazing. I was able to put the TV in “gallery mode” and display beautiful pictures of fine art that appeared to be actually hanging on the wall. Although this TV needs to be professionally mounted since there is no other way to display it, it is less than an inch from the wall and looks gorgeous. The inputs are on the back of TV and there are no visible wires so there is a clean look. There is a always-listening microphone and virtual assistant that uses ‘Hi LG’ as a wake phrase and includes a built in tuner with bright saturated colors and very dark blacks with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 making contrast levels seem more vibrant with ambient light sensor to optimize the content for your room. I have had the opportunity to test all the LG available apps and I absolutely love this ability. I have used my TV for streaming and watching regular TV. The picture quality is mesmerizing and the audio is cinema worthy.

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