Problem with 4.70.85 update (OLED65B7V)
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New LG MAGNIT Designed for Advanced Content Creation Offers
Excellent Picture Quality, Easy Installation and More
SEOUL, May 24, 2023 — LG Electronics (LG) has announced the launch of its new LG MAGNIT (model LBAF) display for virtual production. A huge screen leveraging the company’s cutting-edge Micro LED technology, the new model delivers premium picture quality with deep blacks and vibrant, natural colors, helping directors to create immersive visual experiences. Ideal for film and media production, the new LG MAGNIT is capable of displaying digitally-rendered images in real time; synchronizing with monitors, cameras, camera trackers and production computers so that virtual and live-action elements can be seamlessly blended together.
The use of LED displays to provide lifelike backdrops for shooting footage of real actors, presenters and foreground objects is becoming more popular in the broadcasting and film industries. Designed specifically for virtual production studios and extended reality (XR) stages, the new LG MAGNIT, boasting LG’s robust chip-on-board (COB) LED technology and a 1.5 millimeter pixel pitch, delivers the supreme picture quality, features and convenience needed for professional content production. Employing millions of self-lit pixels, LG’s Micro LED panels are known for their stellar contrast, bright colors and accurate image reproduction. LG MAGNIT’s ability to faithfully display digitally-rendered landscapes – whether depicting a location from this world or a completely imagined realm – enables directors to make their artistic vision come to life.
LG MAGNIT for virtual production provides versatility by giving users the ability to customize the size of the displayed image and choose either hanging or stacking installation.* The structure of LG’s Micro LED solution helps reduce color distortion to keep images true across a wide viewing angle, making the impressive display suitable for large-screen configurations. Additionally, for content creators that prefer an immersive effect, LG MAGNIT allows for a concave curvature of up to 10 degrees. The design of this state-of-the-art display also makes module alignment easy.
For simplicity of setup and management, the new LG MAGNIT offers convenient installation and maintenance. LG’s Micro LED display comes with large, 35.6-inch cabinets and has panel modules and power supply units that can be accessed from the rear. Offering broadcast quality performance, LG’s purpose-built display solution pairs superb color accuracy with low latency video processing and excellent HDR capabilities.
“A premium Micro LED display, LG MAGNIT for virtual production is an invaluable tool for broadcasting systems, movie studios and XR stages, helping directors to see their creative vision come to life,” said Paik Ki-mun, senior vice president and head of the Information Display business unit of LG Electronics Business Solutions Company. “Through collaboration with industry leaders, LG will continue to enhance its lineup of Micro LED solutions, offering large-scale displays customized to the unique requirements of diverse verticals.”
Since its initial launch in 2020, LG MAGNIT has raised the bar for premium display experiences, leveraging LG’s Micro LED technology to deliver stunning picture quality with accurate colors. Designed for use in various environments, the MAGNIT lineup includes displays for residential settings (model
link hidden, please login to view / pixel pitch: 0.78mm) and solutions for diverse business sectors, including corporate, retail and hospitality (model / pixel pitch: 0.78/0.9/1.25mm). The new LG MAGNIT will be available in markets worldwide starting from this month. For more information about LG MAGNIT, visit .
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* Accessories required for installation are sold separately.
By Sherri H
“Voice not recognized” pops up on my screen when I have not, nor ever used the voice recognition. how do I get this to stop?
I updated the software on this LG TV and now no option to turn off WiFi
I need to the WiFi to turn off since they do not want WiFi connected here. I hope there is a way to turn off WiFi.
I have a 4 yo 77" LD OEL TV. I was wondering if you can view picture on picture withthis set. Also I have a lot of streaming problems with Kayo and intermittent cut of when listening through my hearing aids using blue tooth. Any help would be apprecioated. Cheers Phil
I cannot turn on my TV. I press the power button and it flash for three or four time and nothing happen.
I unplugged the power cord over night and tried it again and same problem.
I disconnected all the cable and turn back on and I still have issue,
Anybody has any idea on how to fix it?
My TV model number is LG 50UH5500.
Ever since my TV updated to 4.70.85 a few days ago I've had an annoying issue - when I turn the TV on, it takes 5-6 minutes for the picture to actually display (instead of a few seconds it used to be). Is anyone else having this?
I usually use my Sky Q (UK satellite TV) remote but even turning just the screen off and on again with the LG remote doesn't help. The TV is detecting input on the HDMI input, it just doesn't display anything (input title initially pops up but then screen goes completely black and the firework screensaver doesn't kick in - I can hear the TV programme as the sound is through a soundbar). Going into menus and stuff doesn't seem to help, nor does trying turning the TV on and off a few times, I basically just have to wait for 5-6 minutes and suddenly the display kicks in.
I've done some googling but can't see anyone else reporting this issue so figured I'd try here...
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