Q. I just bought a LG 55-inch OLED TV and I think it’s really good, but I was wondering if I have the right picture settings. What are the best picture settings? What do you recommend? — Tim, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Tim, that’s a question that actually unanswerable, or at least whatever I would recommend
Q. I heard that LG is recalling OLED TVs because they are overheating. Did my OLED get recalled? I have a LG OLED B6, the 55-inch model from a few years back. Please let me know. I am a bit worried about whether the set will overheat during the summer. — Glenn, New Bern, North
Q. I’m looking to buy a new TV and I’ve read all the reviews. But I was wondering which company sells the most TVs? In other words, what’s the most popular TV, the one that people buy the most. I’m looking for a little crowd sourcing to help me out in my purchasing decision. —
Q. I’m going to buy a new TV for the Super Bowl and I see some sets are discounted big time. But they seem to be sets that have name brands that I’ve never heard of. So my question is whether it’s safe to buy a TV from a company with an unknown name brand.
Q. I keep reading that there’s no better picture than a picture from an OLED TV. I want to get one, but the prices for the sets are so much higher than other types of sets of the same type size. Why is this? Why are OLED TVs so expensive? — Peter, Kansas City. Peter,
Q. I am shopping for a 50-inch new TV and have a budget of $600-900. My wife thinks that OLED prices will come down to that range in the next year. Do you think a significant price drop is likely? — Willie, hometown withheld. Willie, let me give you the good news before the bad.
Q. I read today that LG is putting out a rollable TV that slides down into a piece of furniture so you won’t see it in the living room when it’s not being used. My question is why would anyone want that? Particularly why would anyone pay top dollar for it? Do you know anything
Q. I have a LG OLED, and while I like it, the picture doesn’t seem to fit the entire screen. The ends of the screens are black rather than having the entire picture going across the screen. Is there anyway to fix this? — Renee, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Renee, I agree with you that
Q. Why won’t OLED TV prices come down? When?! — Kevin, Palatine, Illinois. Kevin, I know it seems like OLED sets from LG, Panasonic and Sony are too expensive. Way too expensive, in fact. Click Amazon: Black Friday Sale Has Begun! But remember this: A high-def LG 55-inch OLED TV cost $14,999 in 2014 when
Q. I read your tweet on Twitter that the picture on the Netflix show, Ozark, is a little dark on your LG OLED 4K TV. I have had the same experience. Do you have any ideas on how to fix this? — Tom, Las Vegas. Tom, that’s a great question. I recently watched season two
Q. I often see TV manufacturers that I’ve never heard of selling sets for what seems like really low prices. I’m tempted to buy one, but I’m a little nervous about their quality. Is it safe to buy a TV that’s not a name brand? — George, Salem, Oregon. George, that’s a great question. Companies
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