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LG 55EC930V TV 139.7 cm (55") Full HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black, Silver

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Bullet Points LG 55EC930V TV 139.7 cm (55") Full HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black, Silver
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  • - Curved 139.7 cm (55") OLED
  • - Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels 16:9
  • - DVB-C, DVB-S, DVB-S2, DVB-T, DVB-T2
  • - Smart TV Internet TV
  • - Wi-Fi Ethernet LAN Miracast
  • - 106 W
Short summary description LG 55EC930V TV 139.7 cm (55") Full HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black, Silver:
This short summary of the LG 55EC930V TV 139.7 cm (55") Full HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black, Silver data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.

LG 55EC930V, 139.7 cm (55"), 1920 x 1080 pixels, 3D, Smart TV, Wi-Fi, Black, Silver

Long summary description LG 55EC930V TV 139.7 cm (55") Full HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black, Silver:
This is an auto-generated long summary of LG 55EC930V TV 139.7 cm (55") Full HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black, Silver based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

LG 55EC930V. Display diagonal: 139.7 cm (55"), Display resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels, HD type: Full HD, Display technology: OLED, Screen shape: Curved. 3D. Smart TV. Native aspect ratio: 16:9. Digital signal format system: DVB-C, DVB-S, DVB-S2, DVB-T, DVB-T2. Wi-Fi, Ethernet LAN. Product colour: Black, Silver

Display diagonal *
139.7 cm (55")
HD type *
Full HD
Display technology *
Screen shape *
Native aspect ratio *
Screen format adjustments
4:3, 14:9, 16:9, Zoom
Supported graphics resolutions
1920 x 1080 (HD 1080)
Display resolution *
1920 x 1080 pixels
TV tuner
Tuner type *
Analog & digital
Digital signal format system *
Smart TV
Smart TV *
Internet TV *
Number of speakers *
RMS rated power *
40 W
Audio decoders
Dolby Digital
Audio decoding technologies
Dolby Digital
Wi-Fi *
Ethernet LAN *
Wi-Fi standards
802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g
Wi-Fi Direct
VESA mounting *
Panel mounting interface
400 x 400 mm
Product colour *
Black, Silver
Heavy metals free
Hg (mercury)
Teletext function
2000 pages
Video formats supported
DIVX HD, H.264, H.265
Audio formats supported
Image formats supported
Noise reduction *
24p support
Ports & interfaces
HDMI version
Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)
DVI port
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports *
USB 2.0 ports quantity *
Ports & interfaces
Component video (YPbPr/YCbCr) in
Composite video in
Digital audio optical out
Headphone outputs *
RS-232 ports
SCART ports quantity
RF ports quantity
Common interface (CI) *
HDMI ports quantity *
PC in (D-Sub) *
Management features
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Power consumption (typical) *
106 W
Power consumption (standby) *
0.3 W
AC input voltage
220 - 240 V
AC input frequency
50 - 60 Hz
Weight & dimensions
Width (with stand)
1225 mm
Depth (with stand)
204 mm
Height (with stand)
753 mm
Weight (with stand)
16.4 kg
Width (without stand)
1225 mm
Depth (without stand)
80 mm
Height (without stand)
715 mm
Weight (without stand)
14.4 kg
Packaging data
Warranty card
Package width
1330 mm
Package depth
845 mm
Package height
256 mm
Package weight
22.3 kg
Other features
MHL version
3D glasses included
3D glasses quantity
Built-in speaker(s)
2D-3D converter
Supported 3D technologies
FPR 3D, LG Cinema 3D
Annual energy consumption
155 kWh
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified
Energy efficiency class (old)
Built-in camera
Source Testseek summary Average rating
2015-01-04 01:33:51
Uk has collected 43 expert reviews for LG 55EC930V TV 139.7 cm (55") Full HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black, Silver and the average expert rating is 86 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
Source Review comments Score
2015-01-04 01:33:51
Note: This entire review was conducted with our sample running on software version 04.32.20, the latest at time of publication.No matter how many times we've laid eyes on LG's OLED television, it never fails to draw a gasp from us, what with its razor-thi...
Bottom line We might have spent a number of paragraphs highlighting certain shortcomings on the LG 55EC930V, but that doesn't mean it's a bad display. On the contrary, every new OLED TV to hit the market – especially one as affordable as this one – will be scrutinise...
2015-01-04 01:33:51
It is a period of civil war. Plasma is all but dead, and emerging technologies are vying for a foothold in the market. Ultra High Definition (or 4K) is exciting but largely absent, with no indication of when it will stop hugging the horizon. OLED has bee...
Good Deep blacks, Punchy colours, Wonderful clarity, That curve...
Bad No 4K, Could sound better, That curve...
Bottom line The LG 55EC930V can't do 4K. And while it would be tempting to knock it for this reason, we won't. Currently, there is very little 4K content – save for the two TV series on Netflix and the odd video on YouTube.There's no telling when more content will co...
2015-01-04 01:33:51
What is the LG 55EC930V? The 55EC930V is a curved, 55-inch Full HD TV that gives us our latest opportunity to see how well LG is progressing with its bid to bring OLED screen technology to the masses. It certainly hits the ground running with its £2000 pr...
Good Unprecedentedly good black-level response, Spectacularly vivid colours, Surprisingly affordable for OLED...
Bad It's not 4K, Some slightly flawed processing, Some motion issues, especially with 3D...
Bottom line While the 55EC930V isn't without its flaws, it's still a gorgeously next-gen performer at what's dangerously close to a current-gen price. We couldn't quite shake the feeling, though, that the OLED tech deserves 4K resolution. We look forward to the fort...
2015-01-04 01:33:51
The 55EC930V is LG's latest Full HD OLED TV, following on from the 55EA980W that we reviewed at the start of the year. This latest generation includes a curved ultra-thin OLED panel and passive 3D, but now adds a newly designed stand and LG's reference se...
Good Absolute black levels, Reference dynamic range and contrast ratios, Accurate picture out-of-the-box, Excellent video processing, Superb 3D performance, Reference features and smart platform, Very good build quality, Great sound, Fantastic price...
Bad Calibration controls faulty, Motion resolution around 400 lines with TruMotion off...
Bottom line If you're in the market for a Full HD OLED TV then the simple answer is yes because at £1,999 you'd be crazy not to buy one. The 55EC930 isn't quite as impressive as the 55EA980 that we reviewed at the start of the year and there are a number of issues th...
2015-01-04 01:33:51
For time immemorial, OLED has been heralded as the future of TV. Brighter, bolder, thinner and prettier than LED LCD and plasma combined, it seemingly has everything going for it.The catch is that it's devilishly difficult to commercialise, with only one...
Good Dynamic images, Deep vibrant colour, Great webOS Smart platform, Clean immersive 3D...
Bad Expensive for 1080p, Limited catch, up, Single tuner, Curved panel...
Bottom line The LG 55EC930V is a television ripped from the science labs of Tomorrowland. The first Full HD OLED to incorporate LG's webOS Smart platform, it provides a compelling, curved TV viewing experience that belies its everyday 1080p resolution. Image quality...
2015-01-04 01:33:51
As anticipated as the coming of the Messiah by image experts, OLED certainly doesn't disappoint. This technology has all the advantages of LCD and plasma without the disadvantages. There's no doubt that this will become the new yardstick by which all othe...
Good Excellent colour fidelity, 3D picture quality/no crosstalk, Wide viewing angles, Little variation in brightness, Almost instantaneous response time, Nearly infinite contrast ratio, Effective motion compensation, Media player supports all kinds of video fi...
Bad Resolution halved in 3D mode, No insertion of black frames to reduce image persistance...
Bottom line It's a full house for LG's new OLED television. The picture is natural with breathtaking contrast, and viewing angles are wide. Our only complaint is that you're paying quite a lot for "just" Full HD resolution...
2015-02-03 01:14:08
OLED (organic light-emitting diode, fact fans) screens have self-illuminating pixels, which give them an edge over traditional screens. They don't need the superheated gases of plasma tech, which contribute softness and picture noise.And because they emit...
Good Inky deep blacks, Excellent contrast, Gorgeous, curvy design, Slick interface...
Bad No 4K...
Bottom line Open Gallery The LG 55EC930V is a stonkingly good TV. Yes, we could spend all day fretting about all the 4K that we may miss out on at some point in the future. And of course the combination of OLED and 4K is the ultimate goal. But from what th...
2015-02-12 02:37:09
With plasma having drawn its last breath, the choices you have for TV displays are narrowing. The vast majority are now LCD with some form of LED illumination, with plenty of advancements at all levels of set, or there's the typically more expensive OLED...
Good Incredibly deep blacks, outstanding colour, excellent contrast, webOS, great design...
Bad Some judder, only comes in curved format, expensive compared to 4K competitors...
Bottom line The LG 55EC930V is a tempting OLED proposition. It has the ability to offer some of the best visuals you'll get from any current TV. The blacks are staggering, the colours are inspiring and the contrast is amazing. That's praise we're happy to heap...
2015-02-12 02:37:09
OLED has long been heralded as the future of TV and its main advantage over LCD, and indeed the now-defunct plasma technology, is that it produces much deeper blacks, making those letterbox bars truly pitch black when watching films. This is because each...
Bottom line LG's first affordable OLED TV has outstanding black levels but the 55EC930V's colour accuracy isn't as good as we'd hoped...
2015-02-17 03:28:16
It's a period of uncertainty in TV land. Plasma screens have taken a bow and LCDs are all the rage, but more than one emerging technology is lining up to be the next big thing.Pixel -packed 4K has been around, in the upper end of the price spectrum, for a...
Good Inky deep blacks, Excellent contrast, Gorgeous, curvy design, Slick interface...
Bad No 4K, Sound could be better...
Bottom line LG 55EC930V OLED TV The LG 55EC930V is a stonkingly good TV. Yes, we could spend all day fretting about all the 4K that we may miss out on at some point in the future. And of course the combination of OLED and 4K is the ultimate goal. But from what the...
2015-04-04 10:00:47
Behind closed doors, in LG's high-security Seoul HQ, dubbed The Twin Towers, there's a white board screaming the message ‘2015 is the year of OLED!' It's underlined three times in red marker. There's a smiley face drawn alongside. And maybe for good reaso...
Good Lush, vibrant images, perfect pure black, WebOS smart platform, ultrathin design...
Bad Sparkles aside it's not overly bright, curved screen divisive, single tuners limit interaction, Full HD resolution...
2015-04-08 06:59:43
The LG 55-inch curved OLED TV is head-turner in every sense of the word with brand new screen technology and a gentle curve in the display for enhanced viewing.The minute you lay eyes on this product you know you've entered a brand new era of television v...
Bottom line The LG 55-inch curved OLED TV is a real stunner.Not only does it impress with a game-changing design, it also dazzles with the sharp OLED screen as well. So it has the looks and also delivers with its abilities as well.Priced at $11,999, the LG 55-inch cu...
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