The LG B8 OLED delivers nearly perfect blacks thanks to its OLED panel, which emits light itself instead of using the LED backlight. Thanks to the TV's ability to reproduce around 96% of the DCI-P3 color gamut and relatively high peak brightness, the HDR shots look vivid and life-like. This is also an excellent pick for gamers since the TV's panel is incredibly responsive and the input lag is kept to the bare minimum.
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Pro Works well as a home theater TV
The dark room performance of the LG B8 is exceptional. The TV delivers saturated and inky dark scenes thanks to its high native contrast ratio and almost ideal black uniformity.
Pro Ideal for gaming
The LG B8 highly responsive and lag-free gaming experience because of the TV's exceptional motion handling capabilities and low input lag.
The motion looks clear and doesn't appear washed out thanks to the TV's fast pixel response time that allows the B8 to eliminate the artificial effect of motion blur. The TV's full pixel response time measures at only 1.1 ms - just a couple of TVs on the market can switch their colors that fast.
The input lag of the B8 is among the lowest among the high-end TVs, measuring at only 21 milliseconds.
Con Requires calibration
To enjoy the TV's exceptional picture quality you'll need to spend some time calibrating it. Luckily, all the key calibration parameters are available on the Internet.