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|TV Tuner||ATSC, Clear QAM|
|AC Input Power||120 VAC, 60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||Operational: 130.0 W
Standby: < 0.5 W
|Weight||71.9 lb / 32.6 kg (With Stand)
52.9 lb / 24 kg (Without Stand)
|Dimensions||57 x 33.9 x 9.9" / 144.8 x 86.1 x 25.1 cm (With Stand)
57 x 32.7 x 1.8" / 144.8 x 83.1 x 4.6 cm (Without Stand)
|Stand Dimensions||39.3" / 99.8 cm (Width)|
|Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM)||Yes|
|Variable Refresh Technology||FreeSync Premium, G-Sync|
|Refresh Rate||120 Hz|
|Response Time||> 1 ms|
|HDR Compatibility||HDR10, Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log Gamma|
|Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Virtual Assistant Support||Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, Google Assistant|
|Smart TV||ThinQ AI|
|Wall Mounting||300 x 200 mm|
|USB Ports||2 x USB 2.0 (Rear)
1 x USB 2.0 (Side)
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth 5.0 (Audio Output)|
|Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)|
|Audio Return Channel (ARC)||eARC|
|Output Ports||1 x TOSLINK Optical (Digital Audio) (Rear)|
|HDCP Support||Version 2.2|
|Input Ports||3 x HDMI Type A (Side)
1 x HDMI Type A (Rear)
1 x F-Type (RF Antenna) (Rear)
|Control||RS-232C via 1/8" / 3.5 mm Input|
The LG C1 OLED TV line offers one of the best pictures we've seen, with nearly perfect cinema color. It also features AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync, making it a terrific high-end option for gamers.
Fantastic contrast and color, Plenty of connectivity options, including Apple AirPlay, Lots of gaming features, Low input lag
Interface was occasionally glitchy in testing
In terms of value, the C1 is the best TV in LG’s 2021 range. It hits the sweet spot in terms of design, boasts better gaming connectivity and picture/sound processing than LG’s more affordable model, and offers fantastic HDR images.
Super gaming performance, Excellent contrast and sumptuous HDR, Wide-ranging connectivity and smarts, If you’re an avid gamer, movie watcher or streamer What sets the LG C1 apart from a fair number of TVs on the market is its wide appeal.
Weak sound, Not the strongest motion stability, Potential for image retention/burn-in, You want a brighter HDR performance The introduction of Samsung’s mini-LED TVs has upped brightness well above what OLED is capable of.
The C1 isn’t much of a step-up from the CX, but it didn’t need to be – this is a superb TV at a competitive price The C1 isn’t much of a step-up from the CX, but it didn’t need to be – this is a superb TV at a competitive price Superb all-round picture quality Near-flawless feature set Better remote...
Superb all-round picture quality, Near-flawless feature set, Better remote and menu system
Marginal gains on last year’s CX, Unengaging audio
As a follow-up to one of the best TVs from last year, the LG C1 OLED remains one of the best TVs at any price. It’s missing the new OLED evo panels going into the G1 OLED, but even in their absence the C1 produces colorful, bright and rich pictures with support for most types of HDR.
Beautiful 4K/HDR picture, Four HDMI 2.1 ports, WebOS is fantastic
Reflective glass surface, Reddish hues in faces, No HDR10+
Great picture and overall great tv. Very versatile and lots of possibilities for use of apps and the web, but . . . If you have a simple set-up, it probably is just fine. But if you have something just a little more complicated (i.e.
Great pictureVery versatileLots of ways to use Smart TV, apps, and the WebNot hard to use if you're not doing anything complicated
A little complex if you're doing something unusualPrinted material pretty useless, no printed manual that really helps with Smart TV apps
Excellent TV with a plethora of customizing the screen settings to get the exact picture you prefer. It is razor sharp and excels in dark environments. Just replaced our plazma with this OLED TV. No blurring or crossover images. Easy to wall mount and get set up with our home surround sound system.
There’s no argument that LG makes the best screens in the industry. But the WebOS smart TV interface needs some serious work. It is not intuitive at all, super busy and distracting. I called LG support and learned I cannot modify the Home Screen and have to live with all the ads and recommendations.
Was looking to upgrade tv and since I'm a gamer this was the best reviewed TV out, no one makes better OLED than LG and if u have the XBOX Series X or PS5 this is a must get. Picture is fantastic even before u calibrate it.
Purchased this TV when it first came out several years ago. Bought it again for additional property because the first generation was so good. Updates to user interface and remote make it even better along with a larger array of add on apps etc. Great TV, beautiful picture.
Amazing overall performance
Delicate set up and not great if just using the stand. Just take care with set up etc.
The LG C1 OLED tv is worth the price and is easy to setup. The picture is one of the best I have seen on a 65 inch screen. There are four HDMI ARC connections to utilize. The reduced price was a big factor in my decision to purchase this television. I am very satisfied with my purchase
This TV is Amazing !! Easy setup and the remote is easy to program . I had a 5 year old LG 65 OLED and thought it had a great picture this set blows it AWAY . We are in the country and the internet won't support 4K from Prime but it upscales to 2120 .
Setup was difficult solo due to the base of the TV being the only nominal grip location. Strongly recommend 2-person setup. Otherwise, colors/brightness are great. Remote is 'smart' and can handle external devices. WiSA works as expected hooked up to my Klipsch 5.1 system.
Good quality/WiSA easy to configure
Hard to setup solo on TV stand