LG OLED65G7V review

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Getting the best picture from the OLED65G7V is just as easy as it is with the rest of the OLEDs in the range. Switch from Eco mode to Standard and turn the Energy Saving Feature off to prevent the screen being hobbled from the outset.

We’d also recommend reducing the Contrast a little, to reveal more detail in the brightest whites, and switch Dynamic Colour to medium to add a bit of extra punch.

Finally, you’ll want to play with the TruMotion feature. We favour switching it off entirely, but you might prefer a few points of de-judder and de-blur – even though these can create some pixelated confusion during complex motion.

 

 

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