LG B7 4K OLED TV REVIEW, UNBOXING and WALL MOUNTING (2017)

LG B7 4K OLED TV review, unboxing and wall-mounting. In this video, I review the brand new 2017 LG B7 4K OLED TV (model OLED65B7P). It’s a 4K Ultra HD display, meaning it has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 resolution. That’s 8 million pixels !!! According to many reviewers and professionals, the 2017 LG 4K OLED TVs are some of the best TVs ever tested.

It’s available in two sizes: 55 and 65 inches. Prices start at 3500$ US for the 55 inch model and 5000$ US for the 65 inch version.

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This LG B7 4K OLED Smart TV supports all major formats of HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG) so it’s future proof. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range which basically makes an image pop more by highlighting the brightest parts of a scene from the darkest parts.

Thanks to a refreshed operating system called LG WEB OS 3.5, all your apps are accessible at the push of a button. The LG B7 comes with a Magic remote which supports voice recognition. You point the remote to the screen and it acts like a mouse, just point and click!

The LG B7 has built-in WiFi connectivity, with the latest 802.11ac WiFi standard for fast internet access.

It has all the inputs you need: 4 HDMI, 3 USB, 1 ethernet, 1 optical, and 1 Digital audio out.

This year’s LG 4K OLED lineup of TVs are said to be capable of reaching 1000 nits of peak brightness in highlights, which is a decent percentage better than last year’s versions and will help improve the HDR experience. The amazing thing about OLED is that the pixels are self-lighting, so you get what LG calls “Perfect Black”, meaning true deep inky blacks which leads to amazing colour contrast.

What is nice about this LG B7 model is that it delivers the same picture quality as all the other more expensive LG OLEDs in the lineup. The differences among the series are different styling and different speakers.

The LG B7’s design is elegant and minimalistic. LG calls this the Blade Thin Design, and this TV is among the thinnest on the market, even thinner than a regular pen.

This TV is also very light, coming in at just under 51 lbs (23 kg) if you wall-mount it like I did. Wall-mount is standard VESA 300×200.

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Comments

Rob Shives says:

Pan, Your video is great!
I was trying get an understanding of the difference between C7 and B7 and your video helped. Since it seems that you are expert, I have two additional basic questions. First, I keep reading you say that the B7/C7 blow away the “best” plasmas. I looking to replace Pioneer Kuro Pro 150FD and Pro 151FD models bought in successive years at the end of the Pioneer Elite Plasma era. I have steadfastly avoided the LCD/LED era. In your opinion,have we entered into the OLED era and do they really “blow away the best plasmas ever made?

Second, I read that there is an issue with LG’s 2016 models being able to play dolby vision and dolby atmos sound at the same time on the same medium that is not present in the 2017 models? have you heard this; and if so, should you be qualifying your recommendations to potential buyers of the B6? See https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2017/6/28/15887986/lg-oled-tv-dolby-atmos-arc-petition for info on the issue.

Adil Al-Habib says:

hi Pan, mine is on the way. Just a question and not a criticism, but why do you go for the Yamaha YSP 2700 and not the YSP 5600 which is Dolby Atmos and DTS:X capable? Can the 2700 output Atmos sound?

Cam Bal says:

How would this be for 4K gaming ??

양재식 says:

i am so intresting your review so simple and easy.

cede30 says:

Major ass crack included.

TheKosiomm says:

Nothing in universe is not completely black. Global illumination is always there. I guess these tv screens are made for displaying home videos and cheap movies in some promising way. Watching some 4k Panavision or Arri content on this would be a shame.

Denu 187 says:

1:22 i literally spat my drink out at the builders ass!

Twell609 says:

If you review you should do it yourself

Mr. C says:

Quebecois ?

Chris Monsour says:

I have a quick question. Is this TV worth purchasing if you aren’t a sophisticated viewer (Blu-Ray DVD’s, etc), but instead mostly someone who views standard cable channels on Comcast and movies on Netflix? We’ve completed a new addition on our home and are looking for a top of the line 65″+ TV. Thanks

ACH1LL3US says:

Good job with the review! Would you be willing to sell the stand your not using?

akaredcrossbow says:

Why every OLED TV I see in person or on videos look so dark to me, that it hurts my eyes, doesn’t look good and it’s not a great experience. And when the brightness is turned up the picture is so degraded it makes it a worse experience. This happens both in light rooms and dark rooms.

Pontus says:

I just bought last years LG 65inch oled for a steal. I think its called the B6? Got it for around 2500 dollars. Picking it up today and I CANT WAIT!!!

alvin viray says:

Can i ask how many input lag that would you compare to the other brand when it come’s to oled tv?,and the advantage of this tv compare to the other,but they announced in CES 2017 the best oled tv in home audio division award winning which is from sony oled tv,pls.

Todd Halstead says:

Awesome review Pan! You have made me want one. The picture quality looks amazing. I have been looking at the sound bar myself! I don’t think I have asked this one before, what are the lights by your TV? As you can tell I like lights! Thanks Pan, keep up the great work!

captain howdy says:

well technically you didnt do the UNBOXING and WALL MOUNTING ,

danimanfx says:

How is image retention on the newer models?

Ralph Veccie says:

Great review..thanks

Choppinblock19 says:

i own this tv and hate it, picture sucks i prefer my old samsung smart tv

Dennis Ulijn says:

What lights are that below the TV?

Omega8kilo says:

Hey Pan! How much did it cost to have your tv hung on the wall?

Alex Moss says:

Crack kills lol!

Nick Caruso says:

could you answer a question for me please? do you happen to know if the HDMI cable that you get along with the PlayStation Pro is adequate for transmitting or should I buy a higher-end HDMI cable for this television? any recommendations for HDMI cables? Thank you, and great review!

Michael Angst says:

Have you tested the input lag for console or pc gaming on it? You say it’s one of the best you have ever owned?? What is better that you have owned?!?

Toonami30 says:

I see you have the Amplifi HD system next to your Mac computer. How’s it been working for you.

Jonathan says:

Wow that tv looks amazing! Congrats on the purchase

SSJ5VegetaV4 says:

what screw length / type do you need for mounting the B7?

boosted3fifty z says:

Dude booty all in the video. I aint seen that much crack since I left the hood

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