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|TV Tuner||ATSC, Clear QAM|
|AC Input Power||120 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||Typical: 115.0 W
Standby: < 0.5 W
|Weight||37 lb / 16.8 kg (With Stand)
32.6 lb / 14.8 kg (Without Stand)
|Dimensions||56.7 x 34.6 x 9.1" / 144 x 87.9 x 23.1 cm (With Stand)
56.7 x 32.5 x 1.8" / 144 x 82.5 x 4.6 cm (Without Stand)
|Stand Dimensions||17.7" / 45 cm (Width)|
|Quick Media Switching (QMS)||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Quick Frame Transport (QFT)||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Display Stream Compression||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Bit Depth / Color Support||10-Bit (1.07 Billion Colors)|
|Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM)||Yes|
|Variable Refresh Technology||FreeSync Premium, G-Sync, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR)|
|Refresh Rate||120 Hz|
|Response Time||< 1 ms|
|HDR Compatibility||HDR10, Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log Gamma|
|Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Wall Mounting||300 x 200 mm|
|Virtual Assistant Support||Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, Google Assistant|
|Smart TV||webOS 22|
|Digital Media Slot||None|
|USB Ports||3 x USB 2.0 (Side)|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth 5.0 (Audio Output)|
|Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)|
|Audio Return Channel (ARC)||eARC|
|HDCP Support||Version 2.2|
|Output Ports||1 x TOSLINK Optical (Digital Audio) (Side)|
|Input Ports||4 x HDMI Type A (HDMI 2.1) (Side)
1 x Coaxial F-Type (RF Antenna) (Side)
|Control||RS-232C via 1/8" / 3.5 mm Input|
Another year, another LG C-series OLED hits the market. But where the models from the past couple of years offered only slight but beneficial improvements on the established formula, the 2022 iteration has the potential of a bigger step forward for LG’s mid-range OLED.
Great 4K HDR performance, Improved design, Comprehensive gaming features, Better motion skills, For excellent picture and features Like the C1 before it, the C2 caters to a broad-church of TV watchers, cinema fans and gamers.
More expensive than C1 initially was, So-so Atmos sound, You don’t like OLED TVs Aside from the middling audio and comparative lack of brightness compared to premium LCDs, there’s little to moan about unless you’re concerned about image retention and burn-in, which can be managed with various...
While all of the attention might be on the G2 and its QD-OLED rivals, the C2 is still the performance-per-pound champ Bright and punchy but natural picture Unbeatable gaming specs Engaging sound The best OLEDs are brighter Slight bass rattle
The LG C2 OLED is a fantastic TV that brilliantly showcases the screen technology’s best attributes: high contrast and excellent brightness. For your money, you’re getting vivid colors, a comprehensive smart TV platform, and a slick design that’ll look great in any home.
Superbly bright screen, Sleek, minimal design, Excellent connectivity options
Lack of cable management, No HDR10+ support, Virtual surround sound isn’t super convincing
The outstanding LG C2 Evo OLED offers one of the best pictures we've ever seen on a TV, with nearly cinema-perfect color out of the box, as well as incredibly low input lag for gamers.
Most accurate digital cinema color we've seen on a TV, 120Hz panel with incredibly low input lag, G-Sync Compatible and supports AMD FreeSync Premium, WebOS offers Apple AirPlay, multiple voice assistants, and a web browser
Remote control and WebOS are a bit clunky, No hands-free Google Assistant
The LG C2 combines brighter OLED panel performance with a slick new design… as long as you buy its larger models. Overall, it's an irresistible high-end TV proposition for movie fans, gamers and sports addicts. It's absolutely outstanding, even at the higher price.
High brightness OLED panel (in some models), Fantastic image processing, All ports have full HDMI 2.1 features
On-board audio could be more immersive, Price increase compared to last year
This is the most amazing screen, I look forward to this technology being applied to your monitors.
So far so good! Great picture!!! Even makes old B&W shows look better. Only thing I don't care for is the LG "home screen". This is where you go to change viewing sources, etc. Very cluttered and not easy to find streaming sources.
Home screen navigation "tedious"