LG 65″ Class 4K UHD 2160P OLED Smart TV with HDR OLED65CXPUA 2020 Model

(19 customer reviews)

$1,996.99

LG 65″ Class 4K UHD 2160P OLED Smart TV with HDR OLED65CXPUA 2020 Model




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LG OLED TV CX redefines everything you see. Once you’ve seen LG OLED TV, other TVs pale in comparison. OLED is a difference-maker for movies, shows, sports and gaming. From the gridiron to the iron throne, no detail goes unseen. And only OLED pixels emit their own light for perfect black, intense color and stunning picture — backed by AI Picture Pro and AI Sound Pro, our best 4K processor, connected home features and cutting-edge gaming tech in the world’s #1 selling OLED TV.

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Bring home the world’s #1 selling OLED TV. Only OLED pixels emit their own light, allowing for perfect black, intense color and stunning picture. Other TVs pale in comparison. There’s LG OLED, then there’s everything else.

• SELF-LIT LG OLED – See how OLED redefines picture quality – Once you’ve seen LG OLED TV with your own eyes, you’ll understand. It’s stunning picture that redefines quality. Millions of OLED pixels emit their own light independently and can be completely turned off. This unveils perfect black, over a billion rich colors and infinite contrast. From the gridiron to the iron throne, no detail goes unseen.

• ThinQ AI – World’s most intelligent TVs – LG ThinQ AI TVs are the only TVs with the Google Assistant and Alexa built-in*. LG ThinQ fully integrates the voice assistants you already use. No need to buy a separate device. Convenience and connected home control are at your command, making it easy to control other smart devices and LG smart products.

• G-SYNC Compatible – LG OLED TVs work seamlessly with NVIDIA G-SYNC® – Experience immersive gaming like never before. Only OLED TVs with NVIDIA G-SYNC* compatibility can provide the exceptional picture quality of perfect black and intense colors combined with smooth gameplay to take gaming to new heights.

• HDMI – HDMI speeds are faster than ever – LG OLED TVs feature the latest HDMI ports and eARC, supporting wider bandwidth for higher frame rates for sports and gaming. Gain a gaming advantage with less input lag, auto low latency mode, enhanced responsiveness and Variable Refresh Rate*.

• OLED Motion Pro – Fluid motion puts you in the moment – OLED Motion Pro is technology you see, but don’t notice. It’s our most advanced motion handling for fast movements in sports and action sequences. Kickoff returns look just as smooth at home as from 50-yard line seats, with less stuttering to slow down the big car chase.


LG 65″ Class 4K UHD 2160P OLED Smart TV with HDR OLED65CXPUA 2020 Model




19 reviews for LG 65″ Class 4K UHD 2160P OLED Smart TV with HDR OLED65CXPUA 2020 Model

  1. EXPOdubs

    Title says it all. Best in class gaming TV with all of full HDMI 2.1 capabilities supported. Buy this while it’s at this price point, while you still can!

  2. DMS

    By far the best TV I’ve ever owned. Arguably the best 65-in TV you can buy today the LG OLED CX. Excellent visual with true blacks a variety of menu items and very good sound with Atlas capabilities. Competitively priced by Walmart with quick delivery.

  3. FRANCISCO

    Love this tv. Luv how Walmart has a speedy shipment and delivery. So far Walmart has been my first choice in getting what I want and need fast with a smile.

  4. McDonaldmovieroom

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] We just finished our basement and our LG and surround sound are the highlights. This TV has an amazing picture! We don’t have any need to go to the theatre anymore because our basement is our own personal theater space.

  5. stargazer1234

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have this TV about 1.5 months now after my 4 years old Samsung 75″ QLED TV stopped working. We’ve been fans of Samsung TVs for over 10 years. When our 75″ TV died, I decided to look into OLED TV by Sony and LG as well as Samsung. The more I looked into it, the more OLED TV piqued my interest. At Best Buy, I did a side by side comparison, and the resolution of the LG OLED just blew me away. The difference was like night and day. The dark screen on LG is truly dark, and not simply dimmed like Samsung QLED. The price difference between LG OLED to a comparable Samsung was almost $1000 difference. So it is not a cheap TV by any means, but the crispness, sharpness, and the resolution made the price difference worth it. After a month and half of having this TV in the living room, I am still amazed at the quality. We watched football and soccer games, regular TV shows, various streaming shows, and played PS5 games on it. To say we love this TV is an understatement. While researching, a common thing the reviews had was that OLED was dimmer than LED. Where our TV located, there are windows facing it and also living room lights facing it. Despite of the lights facing the TV, we did not notice it to be any dimmer than our Samsung. Like our all of our Samsung TVs, we connected the LG to our home network and to Alexa. I don’t use the TV internal speaker so I can’t speak to that. We have an LG soundbar that we used on the old Samsung, and we now use it with the LG TV. Like our old Samsung, we have various streaming services apps on the TV that makes it easy to switch from one to the other or when we want to watch live TV from our FIOS box. Another feature that this LG had that I was not aware of is screensaver. If I have the TV on with nothing playing or if I pause a show for a few minutes, the screensaver automatically comes on. This is important because I read that OLED been known to cause burn in when an image stay put on the screen for an extended period of time. Screensaver minimizes the risk of this happening. Recap, if you want the best possible viewing TV, you can’t go wrong with OLED. It is more expensive than comparable Samsung, but it is also cheaper than Sony. Everything is so life like. You feel like you are actually there when watching nature shows. It is that good.
    What I’m not a fan of is the remote. It is nearly the same size as my FIOS remote. I understand the logic behind the idea, but I’m not a fan. I love the minimalist look of the Samsung remote. It is small, and has only a few buttons. I don’t have to look at the Samsung remote to know where the volume, power, and channel buttons are. After a month and half with the LG remote, I still have to look at it when I need to adjust the volume or change the channel. It is utterly convoluted with buttons. Another thing is that you can use the remote like a mouse pointer. It’s a neat concept, but one that I found doesn’t work well. It’s too clunky and takes some efforts to get it to point to where you want it. Family and I stick with using the arrow button when we want to navigate the on screen menu.
    Despite for me not being a fan of the remote, I still have to give LG OLED a 5 stars rating, because the TV experience is that good. If LG ever decided to come out with a replacement remote similar to that of Samsung, I will buy it immediately.

  6. PicturePerfect

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I’ve downsized from house with 4 TV’s to a condo with 2. I’ve been a happy Sony, Panasonic, Samsung owner/buyer for awhile but didn’t know what I was missing with LG OLED is the best picture, LG remote is most intuitive in the biz and the extra LG features & compatibility- interconnections with Bose & Sonos have been far simpler than my other recent purchases. I’m in the market to replace my oversized 2 yr old 65” Samsung & going back to the LG55” or 48” for sure!

  7. purple21

    We bought this in March, and were initially very happy with it. Unfortunately, it developed a defect in May. LG arranged for a repair service to come and replace a part. Fine until October when it failed in the same way. I’m awaiting a panel replacement now. I’m happy with LG’s response to this but concerned about the product itself.

  8. 75inRepair

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Started using this tv in May of this year and within 6 months a nice black line burned right down the screen. This is not our primary tv so it has very few hours on it and for the price of it, I could not be more disappointed. I would strongly encourage taking out an extended warranty if you choose this brand because LG covers it for 1 year.

  9. Chris P L

    I was absolutely loving my 65″ TV until 3 days ago when the pictured flickered at the bottom and then horizontal lines appeared all over the screen. I tested all inputs and connections. I even did the recommended “factory reset”. It will take a LG Repair Tech 2 weeks before they can come out and see what’s wrong. When they do, they will find that they can’t fix the problem and I’ll have to get a new one. How long would that take you wonder? Very disappointed. This isn’t the “old tube TV days” where stuff like this is the norm. Not after 4 months of light use!

  10. goofyguy91

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is without a doubt the best TV that I have ever owned! I was only replacing a LED tv that was a little over a year old with what I thought was all the bells and whistles, but it doesn’t compare to the quality of an OLED TV. The problem I’ve had in the past is figuring out the perfect calibration for a new TV, but this LG TV came with a couple of perfect picture modes right out of the box depending on what type of content you are watching. Following the super easy setup and installation not having to mess around for hours on perfecting the picture was a blessing.

    The remote is easy to use and was able to connect to my existing sound system and control my Fire Stick. We are currently using the Fire Stick for most watching, but using the built in apps work just as easily. There’s even a cool feature that allows you to pick your favorite sports teams and get score updates as you wish that pop up in the corner. Just one of many cool features and apps available.

    Another part of this TV that just can’t go unmentioned is the overall style and look of the TV. It was super thin bezels and of course it’s about as thin as you could imagine. Only thing I wish was different is where I have it set up so you can fully appreciate how thin it is.

    Back to the quality of the picture I have to mention how good it does in both dark and light scenes. I’ve had problems with blooming and banding on other TVs, but none of those problems exist on this set. The OLED pixels allow the picture to get pitch black in dark scenes while still keeping the contrast and see all the details in the scene. Nothing gets lost.

    In all, I would definitely recommend this TV to anyone who is looking for the perfect set for any type of viewing. Can’t be beat.

  11. ztru

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The good:
    1. The picture is unbeaten out there on the market. It takes a bit of setting up to get the perfect picture for what you are watching, but once you do, you will see one of the better TV pictures you have ever seen. It does Dolby and HDR beautifully and it almost looks too real sometimes when watching nature/HD content.
    2. The shape of and overall style of the TV is beautiful. The bezels around the side are super small so it looks like the picture on the screen goes to the edge of the TV. The stand is also very sleek and it the shape of the stand is very clean. The TV is also super thin, and would look great mounted as it wouldn’t come out too far from the wall.

    The So-So:
    1. The TV comes with a great remote, but the initial setup of the TV remote has a motion activated mouse button that is a little difficult to get used to, and is activated sometimes by accident when moving the remote. It does offer a lot of buttons and has voice control as well.
    2. The TV is loaded with LG’s software and offers a ton of apps you can download and use easily. Although it does have a ton of apps, it does not include HBO just yet so you may need to use another device to cast it to your TV. When interacting with the TV the lag time on button clicks on the remote and TV is almost none, and the menu’s are very quick to react.
    3. I am still getting used to the sound of the TV, but I don’t think its one of the best things about this TV. It can go very loud and it has some options for different modes like surround and dolby digital, but I still think it would need a sound bar our alternate sound system if you want the true movie theater experience.

  12. IcarasX

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] As a current owner of the C9 55”, I was very excited to finally get this year’s new CX 48” OLED 4K TV, which is now the smallest OLED TV that LG offers. It has become our new master bedroom TV and takes everything I loved about the C9 and shrinks it down to a more compact package that is better sized for the room. It’s also small enough to fit on desks and should be popular among PC gamers too.

    The CX adopts the same identical form factor and stand as the C9, with a razor thin display at the top half of the set and a stand that comes in a beautiful dark gray, brushed metal finish that matches LG’s Atmos sound bars. And WebOS has gotten better too. I found it easier to navigate as it’s both sleeker looking, and simpler to use. But I can’t say enough how impressed I am with the OLED display and picture quality. The smaller 48″ size has increased pixel density, which makes for a tad more crisp and finer picture than on the 55”. Of course there is Dolby Vision (as well as HDR10 and HLG) support. Dolby Vision IQ automatically adjusts picture brightness based on ambient lighting conditions of the room and the third generation Alpha 9 processor promises to improve upscaling. A much welcomed feature is the new ‘Filmmaker’ mode. Turning this on should automatically turn off certain features such as TruMotion and other picture settings when detecting film content so to display the picture as the filmmaker originally intended. This automation may however require the studio to tag the content accordingly though.

    For sound, the CX expectedly supports Dolby Atmos, so if you have an e-ARC enabled Sound Bar or AV receiver, you’ll expand your sound stage with up-firing audio content (assuming you have speakers for that). AirPlay 2 and HomeKit are supported which is awesome for Apple users. I’ve added both my C9 and CX to the Home App, and saying “Hey Siri, turn on master bedroom TV” will turn on my entire setup. As a gaming display, I was very impressed with the C9 ‘s game mode that delivers low input lag and <1 ms response time when playing with Nintendo Switch. The CX delivers the same performance but for more hardcore gamers, LG adds AMD FreeSync alongside Nvidia G-Sync and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) that can output 120FPS at 4K over HDMI 2.1, as well as HGiG for improved HDR support. The CX improves on the C9 and expands OLED to a wider audience than ever before. And I am very happy to say that the CX 48″ is the best TV I’ve ever owned.

  13. kristina192

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] LG has done really well with the OLED AI ThinQ! The details are exceptional and the picture is crystal clear. I am so excited to see all of the options and channels.

    It took two of us to carefully unbox this masterpiece of a TV. Then, we used a 75 pound rated mount to mount it to the wall, hang it and tighten the screws.

    The LG OLED48CXPUB is an excellent TV/Gaming Display. The picture is sharp; the detail is amazing. In a low light room, the picture quality is great with its ability to produce true blacks. Although the volume will not rock the walls, it is quite adequate for my Rock ‘n Roll abused ears and the sound quality is truly amazing.
    After installation, I could not tear myself away and proceeded to have a weekend of binge watching. LG Channels offers additional streaming selections, a nice bonus. They even have cartoons for kiddos.

    Whether this LG is hooked up to my PS4 or my Asus ROG, the VRR and HDR contribute to an excellent gaming experience. I found the response time to be excellent. I definitely notice the response time on the tv. There isn’t any lag, a big difference from my desktop screen. I am beyond pleased with this product!

  14. grkstuff

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] My first impression of this TV is that it is absolutely stunning. I am able to see colors and depth within those colors that I have never seen before. The pitch perfect blacks are amazing and really add to the contrast of anything that I watch. Video games look amazing as well, with no lag at all.
    When first taking this out of the box, I was afraid at how thin the screen was and there not being any real bezels to it. I was afraid to grab it incorrectly and damage it in any way. With help from my wife, we were able to attach this to the included stand and place in the spot of our old TV. The stand does add 10 lbs to this TV which is a bit of a surprise that they would make it so heavy, but at least we know it is sturdy. A big caveat is anyone that has a soundbar sitting in front of the TV will need to either move the soundbar or raise the TV as the stand does not lift the TV at all.
    The sound built in is decent and better than most TVs, but I still prefer my soundbar and surround sound when using this TV.
    I really like how easy it was to setup when you first turn it on. I highly recommend plugging all devices in before you turn on the TV, as during setup it will determine what is plugged in and tune itself for best picture and sound as well integrate everything better. After it recognized my cable box, it allowed me to pull up the guide with the magic remote and do everything with the one remote. I still need to figure out how to get the DVR functions to work, but everything else is seamless.
    I normally spend hours tweaking the picture settings, but with this TV I did not have to. I only changed the energy saver settings to minimum and the picture looks great. When turning on streaming providers or my PS4 I did need to adjust the Dolby Vision setting to Standard instead of Cinema, but it was quick and easy to do.
    I like that it has Google Assistant built-in so I can speak to the TV instead of always using the remote. I am still learning the full features of this, but it is a nice addition. The AI features are great, especially the recommendations and the being able to click right into a show I was previously watching. It is great how it adjusts all shows to be as close to 4K as possible.
    I really have no gripes about this TV and would highly recommend this to everyone. I am not sure I can go back from OLED ever again.

  15. mary455

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I replaced my almost 10 years old tv for this sweet LG tv and all i can say is wow, how come i waited this long for an upgrade! The tv arrived safely without any issues and it was very easy to install and was ready in no time. First the colors- mind blowing, i could not believe my eyes because everything appeared crisp and beautiful. Functionality- with the high technology associated with this TV, i love how user friendly it is, was impressed that my boy was able to navigate through the system unit, webOS is awesome. Remember for the updates, go ahead and turn that on so that it happens automatically for you. Love the LG channels, the apps like netflix, hulu, disney, etc already installed which allows me to discard my other device i was using with my old tv. The magic remote is awesome, it allows direct access to netflix and prime video which is a plus. My favorite feature is the LG thinQ which allows one navigate the the home dashboard in a stylish manner and you can control and view other smart equipment right on your TV!!! I know right?! I am still learning a lot daily about what i can do with my new baby. I love the art galleries that come up when the tv is idle, very colorful and pretty and the fact that i can surf the web on my TV is amazing.Next up for exploration is gaming. So far i am impressed with all i have discovered and i hope this TV will last without issues. By the way, this is my first LG tv, but i have used their phone and i loved it.

  16. TheDJLegacy

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Amazing picture, features and gaming specific next-gen 120fps with hdmi 2.1, Freesync, G-Sync and ease of use voice control. The only downside is LG does not offer HBO Max or Crunchyroll as downloadable apps so you will need to use your game console or screen share from your phone for these and some other streaming apps.

  17. Dubb D

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I replaced my Samsung QLED 55″ with this TV and I have been nothing short of impressed. OLED provides such vibrant, deep colors and absolute blacks on the screen. I can now never go back to anything less. As a gamer I take my visual settings seriously (being picky) and I am just floored at how good games look on it. OLED is the way to go! Im switching the rest of the TVs in my home to LG/OLED for sure. I even purchased an accompanying 5.1ch soundbar to go with it

  18. rubyExpert

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I saw this Tv on display at Costco right as you enter the store. It looked like I was right there in the scene, the screen looked so fabulous. I hated to replace my Sony Bravia of 2006, but the LG is Smart and WOW superb screen images. I knew I had to remodel my entertainment center to accommodate the LG , but I’m so happy I did. Love the large flat screen! Talk to the remote! A purchase I don’t regret at all. Thanks for a great picture to enjoy the Olympics on next month!

  19. Darran

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I’m glad I made this purchase! I trust LG completely to produce a great product that’s easy to use, with tone of features! The colors on this set are incredible, the black looks like the TV is actually off, the darkest colors I’ve seen. Even looks great in sunlight. This is a WIN.

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