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LG OLED B1 65” TV Price History


Current Price $2,133.21 May 17, 2024
Highest Price $2,164.61 December 19, 2023
Lowest Price $2,078.17 November 26, 2023
Since November 26, 2023

Last price changes

$2,133.21 December 24, 2023
$2,133.23 December 22, 2023
$2,164.61 December 19, 2023
$2,078.17 November 26, 2023

LG OLED B1 65” TV Description

Discover the LG OLED B1 Series 65” 4K Ultra HD Smart TV

Can you image owning an incredibly powerful TV that will add sophistication and style to any room? The LG OLED B1 Series 65” 4K Ultra HD Smart TV can provide everything that a discerning customer needs. This television offers an amazingly vibrant picture with deep blacks, accurate colors, and incredible detail. It’s also incredibly easy to use with Smart TV interface that is intuitive and can be navigated with just a few clicks of the remote. Plus, with Alexa built-in you can use voice commands to stream your favorite content, dim the lights, play music, and so much more.

Amazing 4K Image Quality and Contrast Ratio

Say goodbye to dull horizons and grainy visuals. With this TV, your entertainment will look better than ever. Its incredibly vibrant 4K UHD picture resolution brings your favorite shows and movies to life with sharp detail and incredible contrast. Using super-efficient dimming techniques and dynamic tone-mapping playback algorithms, this television will provide extraordinarily vivid colors with deeper blacks and improved contrast ratios. You’ll feel like you’re in the front row of the theater!

Effortless Smart TV Navigation and Alexa Built-in

This television is exceptionally easy to use with its intuitive and sophisticated Smart TV platform. Just a few clicks of the remote, and you’ll be streaming your favorite content in no time. Plus, the TV is equipped with voice-activated Alexa. With Alexa, you can control your home environment, set timers, check the news, weather, and more. Now you don’t have to press a button to have your TV playing what you want.

Personalization and Connectivity

The LG OLED B1 Series 65” 4K Ultra HD Smart TV offers a wealth of customizability features that make your viewing experience special and memorable. You can personalize your favorite settings to display them every time you turn on the tv. The TV also offers a host of ports, which allows you to hook up external devices, Bluetooth speakers, game consoles, and more.


• Digital TV tuner – watch free broadcasts in Full HD
• 4K UHD resolution – amazingly crisp and life-like picture
• Super bright OLED display – stunning colors, contrasts, and highlights
• Alexa built-in – use voice commands to control your TV and home environment
• Smart TV – intuitive interface with quick response navigation
• Connectivity – HDMI, USB, optical, and Bluetooth

LG OLED B1 65” TV Specification

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Item Weight

‎55.1 pounds

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Special Features

‎Flat,Nvidia G Sync,Amd freesync,Built-In Speaker,Intelligent Voice Recognition

Cable Length

‎6 Feet

Standing screen display size

‎65 Inches

LG OLED B1 65” TV Reviews (8)

8 reviews

4.9 out of 5
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  1. Rose Esquer

    Great clarity and perfect color.
    Don’t use gaming but it well worth the price.

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  2. Daniel

    This is an awesome tv. Sound is great. The only draw back is this tv is really heavy. Secure it to the wall if you decide to Mount it.

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  3. Greg Nickels

    I purchased this television after having seen it referenced in Consumers Reports as among the best Prime Day deals. It replaced a 60” Samsung Plasma Smart TV that I have loved watching for nine-years. The television is everything advertised, amazing picture with lots of features. It’s not hard to judge a company when everything goes smoothly but when things get complicated my vote is with the company that makes it right. The purchase process became complicated and difficult, I won’t get into the details here, but the bottom line is that Amazon made it right, turning what had all the markings of a disastrous experience into a happy customer.

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  4. C. Jackson

    The only problem is, this oled technology is top tier. There is nowhere to go above this tech except maybe a bigger screen. The contrast is unbelievable. Watch some space movies like 2001 A Space Oddity and your room will turn pitch black as the only light is coming from the individual stars, not an lcd backlight bleeding into the image. Some people watching in sunlit rooms may complain about brightness, but I don’t have a glass roof so it’s not a problem for me. Could use more hdmi inputs but that’s what I have a receiver for.

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  5. Will

    I knew OLED was the real deal but I didn’t expect it to look that good. I’ve been rewatching old shows that I’ve seen multiple times just to see it again on this TV and it is mind-blowing to see the colors and differences. I don’t think I could ever go back to non OLED if this thing were to breakdown.

    Now for gaming it is a world of difference compared to the typical gaming monitor quality. Gaming monitors have gone a long way, even in the OLED panel area but it’s still not quite there yet. This is quite a phenomenal experience to game on, especially with games that have good HDR like AC: Odyssey, Hitman, or Forza for example. It definitely takes a beast of a system to push 4K 120hz but thanks to the Freesync/Gsync it has, it’s not too bad.

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  6. J. A. Lambert

    I’ve had LGs for years, but this one has all the apps needed to finally cut the cord and live free from cable.

    LG Channels include local news and weather, and endless apps for streaming content. Some ar pay apps (like Hallmark) but others are completely free (like Freevee and Pluto).

    The picture on this TV is stunning out of the box, and while the screen is a glassy black, it somehow minimizes reflections, so you don’t really see or notice lamp or window reflections.

    Set up was easy. We have an older Samsung Dolby 5.2 surround sound system, and I could easily set up that device on the home screen to manage its settings right from the TV. And while it was easy to sync the volume control to the magic remote, the remote does not seem to be able to control power on/off of external devices. So we still need to use the Samsung remote to power on the sound system… a small annoyance.

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  7. Meech

    It’s like the engineers actually listened to everyone
    “Hey give us the best picture quality”
    got it here’s the best Oled panel
    “Okay is it 4k”
    4k coming right up
    “How about latency? I know you tv always suck for input lag on xbox”
    you just try and notice a 1ms latency
    “Wow okay well that’s almost gaming monitor quality, if only it could have high refresh ra-“
    Let me stop you right there, 120hz and Gsync compatible.

    Issues ive faced: somehow the speakers sound like you blasted them out, if I change the settings its fine for a while but every now and then the speakers sound broken again. I always manage to fix it but it keeps showing up.
    Also you need to buy an HDMI cord that can support 4k 120hz for it to work, the one supplied isn’t good enough (or atleast didnt work for me + its way too short)

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  8. Jim C

    I went through a couple mini led fald qled TV’s, that were mostly Really nice, returned them, then opted for this OLED. I was blown away. It’s in a whole different league than the qleds in my opinion. Picture was great depending on the lighting of the scene with the qleds. Darker bright scenes looked great, but sunny light always looked washed out, like brightness was too high. Was constantly fiddling with settings and never happy for long. Had motion issues too. Things like that. By comparison, even when the OLED doesn’t look perfect or needs a setting tweaked, it still looks incredible. Motion is great. Dark scenes with bright lights are amazing. Colors are strong. Plenty bright for me. I watch often with big kitchen lights on to one side and /or sunlight coming through huge living room window to the other side and have no complaints. Reflection of lights show up on glossy screen but it does a great job minimizing them. Not a huge fan of the LG WebOS. Kinda slow, and messy. Too much crap. But it’s a small issue for me. The tv is just incredible. So incredible I returned it to buy the C1 model instead. Seemed silly not to upgrade to the better model for couple hundred more. But if anything the b1 seemed to be better calibrated out of the box. So either way, they’re both just unbelievable TV’s. Worth every penny. Oh, and I’m not a huge gamer, but with my PS4 it looks amazing and has every feature you could want. I want to get a PS5 now just because of the tv. To try 120fps 4k games. Lastly, The sound is better than I expected from reading reviews. Totally fine if you’re just a normal tv person. Way way better than old lcd TV’s we had before this new tv adventure started. I got an inexpensive Atmos soundbar/sub combo but my girlfriend prefers it without the added speakers.

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