You often have to pay a high price to equip yourself with a television with a large OLED panel. But that’s without counting on LG, which with its A1 range, offers inexpensive OLED TVs: at the moment the 65-inch model is priced at 1,049 euros.
Recently renewed, LG’s A1 range is currently the most affordable solution to equip yourself with a quality OLED TV at a reduced price. The South Korean firm has designed this range for the sole purpose of making OLED technology more accessible for smaller budgets. With the arrival of the new A2it becomes even more affordable and the timing is perfect since the 65-inch model has never been so inexpensive thanks to this offer.
The strengths of the LG OLED65A1 TV
- A large 65-inch 4K OLED panel
- Dolby Vision, HDR10 and Dolby Atmos ready
- The fluid and intuitive Web OS interface
- A very good value for money
With an introductory price of 1,999 euros, the 65-inch LG OLED A1 TV is regularly on promotion and today it is becoming more interesting by being offered at 1,049 euros on the Ubaldi site.
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A large accessible OLED TV
With the 65A1 model, you will need to provide space to accommodate this large television, because it imposes with its 65-inch diagonal. It is still suitable for any type of interior, whether placed on a wall or on a TV stand thanks to its feet from one end of the television to the other. Faced with this large slab, we find the know-how of LG which relies on sobriety and elegance.
Its near borderless OLED panel offers excellent image quality with an infinite contrast ratio with deep blacks, vivid colors and excellent brightness. LG is a reference manufacturer in terms of image quality, the proof is with this A1 model. This television provides excellent definition thanks to its 4K HDR compatibility, delivering excellent image finesse. It offers compatibility with some of the best video standards, like HDR10 and Dolby Vision (but not HDR10+) for a cinema-like experience.
A still powerful processor, with some concessions
Even if the 2022 range of the A2 series embeds the 5th generation Alpha 7 processor, the 4th generation that we find that the 2021 model remains very efficient. It provides very good content scaling and very detailed rendering, especially since it incorporates artificial intelligence – LG ThinQ – to adapt the quality of the image and sound according to the content viewed. Regarding the audio quality precisely, we will benefit from a Dolby Atmos emulation for a surround and therefore immersive result.
If you were hoping to be able to use this TV for your gaming sessions, you may be disappointed. This model is not suitable for next-gen consoles because it does not have HDMI 2.1 ports allowing [email protected] – this is also the case with the 2022 models. However, the manufacturer offers the ALLM function (Auto Low Latency Mode ) to minimize latency. And the Korean brand even includes a game optimizer to automatically adjust image settings and improve graphics, for a better gaming experience.
A popular home OS
Finally, on the operating system side, this model runs on webOS 6.0. The interface offered by the brand is very intuitive and fluid in terms of navigation. We find the applications we love so much: Netflix, Prime Video or YouTube. The A1 range is compatible with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and HomeKit, so you can enjoy voice control. Finally, the Magic Remote will be provided, always equipped with its handy on-screen pointer. As for the connectors, we find: three HDMI 2.0 ports, two USB ports, an optical audio output, a headphone jack, an Ethernet port, an antenna input and a satellite input.
Think big with our selection of the best 65-inch TVs
If you want to discover other references, we invite you to consult our guide to the best 65-inch 4K TVs (OLED, QLED or Full LED) in 2021.
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