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Wow, got my 65 set up yesterday. The old 55 Plasma weighed a ton compared to this one. The screen is almost paper thin, basically just a sheet of glass with a base! Are these supposed to come with an actual owner's manual? I got a small flyer with some basic set up information but that was it. It has tons of features I'm not sure how they work.
So I connected it to my Sony Blu Ray and put in my best DVD, Inception. Amazing quality, you can't see a single pixel. And I can make out peach fuzz on cloth.
Need to figure out how best to set up my sound, sony surround sound via my blu ray all in one. The sound is not syncrhronized with the TV speakers, very slight delay.
I also noted when there was some fast action on the screen it appeared to be jerky. Not sure what that is or how to correct that. I assume my Sony Blu Ray is just to old and slow perhaps? 4k?
Lots to discover.
Be sure and use two able bodied people to install this. The screen appears a bit flimsy on the base and it flutters back and forth. Mine is actually tilted back just a bit on the base but I didnt want to try and force it back upright. If anyone has any ideas?
There should be a setting in your Sony Blu-Ray for audio-sync. If you can find that setting you can adjust the audio to match up with the video.
The jerky picture can be adjusted by tweaking the Picture Options called "TruMotion" under De-Judder and De-Blur.
Enjoy your new TV...
I found the sync feature, it appears you can adjust it to speed up a bit in ms (milliseconds). Still no manual? There is a guide on screen. Still trying to figure out best way to connect the blu ray. My old TV wasnt "smart" so I had the ethernet connected to the blu-ray. I have connected that to the OLED now, and I have an audio optical from the TV to the Blu Ray for the surround sound. I used to have things like Pandora on the blu-ray but I see I can "surf" the internet on the OLED and was able to put Pandora as a favorite.
I'm very impressed by the screen quality. I also upgraded the Netflix to their HD version for $3/month more. It appears to look good best I can tell.
Here's a link to the manual: http://www.lg.com/us/support-product/lg-OLED65E7P If you want the best audio fidelity possible using a good sound system, you are better off using an HDMI cable for your Audio. It is currently the ONLY way that you can play lossless high bit formats like Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD, Master Audio, Dolby ATMOS and DTS: X through other components. A Toslink (fiber optic audio cable) doesn't have the ability to carry the bandwidth these lossless formats require. You might want to read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TOSLINK Pay close attention to this part: "Unlike HDMI, TOSLINK does not have the bandwidth to carry the lossless versions of Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, or more than two channels of PCM audio ". Hope this helps...