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LG's B6 and C6 OLED TVs drop to lowest prices yet

01 Nov 2016 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG has lowered the prices of its 55 and 65-inch B6 and C6 OLED ranges by $500-1000 dollars. The B6 and C6 OLEDs are now cheaper than some competitor’s flagship TVs and deliver some of the best picture quality money can buy.

Update: UK, too. B6 and C6 have dropped to Ł2000 and Ł3000, respectively.

LG OLED TV price cuts

LG’s B6 OLED TVs were launched in spring 2016 for $4000 and $6000, respectively. The next-generation OLED TVs can now be yours for half that price. The price cuts were first reported by CNET.

LG has just lowered the prices of its 55 and 65-inch B6 OLED TVs by $500 and $1000 dollars, respectively. The 55-inch OLED55B6P is now available for $2000 and the 65-inch OLED65B6P costs $3000.

Similarly, the curved C6 OLED TVs are now available for $2000 and $3000 dollars.

LG’s B6 and C6 are the most affordable 2016 OLED TVs and more or less match the more expensive E6 and G6 models in picture quality. B6 comes with Ultra HD, HDR10, and Dolby Vision, but lacks 3D. C6 adds 3D.

LG 2016 OLED


Matches Samsung, cheaper than Sony

LG’s reduced pricing means that the B6 and C6 OLED TVs are now sold for almost the same price as Samsung’s 65-inch KS9800 flagship TV. To be clear, Samsung is selling a LCD that is enhanced with quantum dots, not OLED.

The price cut also makes B6 and C6 considerably cheaper than Sony’s 65-inch Z9D flagship LCD TV that will set you back more than $4500.

LG’s 2016 OLED TV currently ranks number 1 for picture quality in our TV score table, followed by Panasonic’s OLED TV, and Sony’s Z9D.

Update: UK, too. B6 and C6 have dropped to Ł2000 and Ł3000, respectively.



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