LG OLED55A16LA 55 inch 4K UHD HDR Smart OLED TV (2021 Model) with α7 Gen4 AI processor, SELF-LIT OLED, Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos, built-in Google Assistant and Alexa
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The pixels of an OLED screen consist of organic materials that light up when a current is run through them.
If you’re unaware of the phenomenon, screen burn is where static logos, computer desktops or onscreen displays are temporarily or permanently ‘burned’ into the screen. Gaming is a big concern this year – understandably, given the recent launch of the PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles. bandwidth, and it doesn't support variable refresh rate technology, so it can't take full advantage of the latest gaming consoles.channel sound, for a surround sound-esque effect, though we don’t expect it will ever quite feel like the real thing. It's not bright enough for most HDR content, and small highlights don't stand out as well as the content creator intended. Two channels, at 10W per channel, of downward-firing sound – which might not appear overly impressive, but factor back in the Alpha 7 AI processor analysing all audio sources and optimising according to content type and even the position of your A1 within the room, and you can expect the audio to be crisp and clear.
It’s likely we’ll see both sizes for flagship sets like the C Series and G Series, if not the A Series too – and we know that the 48-inch OLED panel introduced last year is going to be more widespread across the LG range. Sin embargo, si esto es una preocupación, recomendamos el Q80A o su análogo de gama premium en Samsung, el QN90A. It's very different from pulse width modulation flicker (PWM) on TVs with LED backlights, as the entire screen never dims at once.It’s set to be brighter than last year’s GX too, and come with the option of a paired Gallery Stand for those not wanting to drill this stunner into a wall. The A1 hasa near-infinite contrast ratio and perfect black uniformity, resulting in much deeper blacks with no blooming around bright objects. The underlying technology is very different, though, given the Mini LED backlight, which should vastly outperform the brightness and contrast of traditional LED TVs.
If you want to make HDR brighter, enable HDR Tone Mapping and set Auto Dynamic Contrast to 'High', which can help as seen in this EOTF.
as the LG, but here an active voice amplifier and Samsung’s Object Tracking Sound (OTS) system work to deliver a 3D-like soundstage. The LG A1 has an excellent color gamut, with almost perfect coverage of the DCI P3 color space used by the majority of HDR content currently available and good coverage of the wider Rec. The nearly-infinite contrast ratio results in perfect blacks with no blooming, without the need for a local dimming feature.