LG makes some pretty good (if expensive) TVs. Their present lineup of OLED TVs feature 4K resolution with HDR support, more processing power, improved audio, as well as additional brightness enhancements.
If that wasn't enough, they also use DCI-P3 colorspace - colors used by the film industry. This translates to visuals that look exactly how filmmakers want us to look at their movies. In addition to that, video games also showcase their sharper details and brighter colors on this television, promptly sweeping you off your feet.
LG's champion TV right now is the W7 Signature OLED. It's what I can describe as razor-thin, and is designed to be hung on a wall. This makes it consume less space, meaning it is a nice fit for condos or basements. If you want to save money on this ridiculous beast (and it will be expensive), you can always check out last year's G7 Signature OLED, which should be dipping its price tag soon.
Then there's the E7 OLED, which is cheaper but has less powerful speakers. That's alright, you can always use headphones or purchase external speakers to enhance your audio entertainment. A good speaker with the E7 is still significantly cheaper than the G7 and W7.
Still feeling stingy about price? LG's got something for you. The C7 and the B7 both have amazing picture and audio quality, and there's really nothing to complain about them as you stare into a forest of bright colors for countless hours. The problem lies in their frames and bezels, which look a little less cool than the E7.
Buying a new TV is never an easy task, but with LG bringing out a lot of options to choose from (all with different price ranges), you can definitely take a look at one that falls under your budget but still brings out the best in your movie and gaming experiences.