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LG’s future-proof OLED B6 TV brings HDR cinematics to your living room

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LG has introduced its LG OLED B6 TV – the latest addition to its award-winning OLED TV line-up. The new “future-proof” display support both Dolby Vision and HDR 10 standards, for exceptional viewing experience.

The OLED B6 TV is one of a growing number of displays to bring HDR video to the living room, offering infinite contrast, wider colour gamut and dynamic range. Major movie makers, film studios and publishers support the Dolby Vision and HDR 10 standards.

According to LG, today’s consumer demands for larger and thinner screens. The OLED B6 meets these demands and more. This is possible because OLED technology is based on self-light emitting pixels on the back panel of the display screen. Each pixel turns off and on, therefore giving you ‘Perfect Black’ or perfect colours when needed.

LG’s award-winning OLED technology generates perfect colouration with the perfect black.

Coming in 55-inch size, the OLED B6 features a blade slim design – sleek and ultra-slim.

Thanks to its collaboration with harman/Kardon, one of the greatest names in the audio industry, OLED B6 boasts an exceptional audio system. Expect distortion-free sound with deep bass and dynamic range. It delivers a truly cinematic experience, with balanced sound and exceptional audio accuracy.

LG has swept award after award, including “best high-end TV” at the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) awards. Five years running in fact, since 2011. It doesn’t stop there. In the upcoming CES 2017 in Last Vegas, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) is recognizing LG for 21 Innovation Awards, including recognizing the ultra-premium LG Signature OLED TV.

Pricing and availability

The LG OLED B6 TV retails for MYR12,999 and is available now at all authorized LG retailers. There’s currently an introductory promo price of MYR9,999.

For more info, visit LG.

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