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|Weight||50.3 lb / 22.82 kg Without stand54.5 lb / 24.72 kg With stand|
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|Power Consumption||Standby: < 0.5 W|
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|Power Requirements||120 VAC, 50/60 Hz|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||57.2 x 32.8 x 1.8" / 145.3 x 83.3 x 4.6 cm Without stand57.2 x 34.4 x 8.5" / 145.3 x 87.4 x 21.6 cm With stand|
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|Screen Size (Diagonal)||64.5"|
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|Wall Mounting||300 x 200 mm|
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The LG C7 is the best overall TV we've ever tested, but patient shoppers are likely to be rewarded by price drops in the coming months.
The LG C7 is the best-performing TV we've tested to date. It delivers perfect black levels, wide viewing angles, accurate color and a great bright-room picture. It's compatible with both major HDR formats, and HDR image quality is better than last year.
It's really expensive, and prices are likely to drop. Other 2017 TVs we haven't yet reviewed might perform even better.
LG have decided to stick with a very similar look to last year’s E6, which makes sense because it remains one of the best pieces of industrial design...
Superb blacks and contrast ratio, Fantastic dynamic range, Impressive image accuracy, Great detail just above black, Excellent video processing, Dolby...
Very minor banding just above black
Unless you have even more money than the typical OLED TV shopper, you should choose the less expensive version of this TV.
With the exception of other 2017 OLED TVs, the LG E7 outperforms every other TV we've tested. It delivers perfect black levels, wide viewing angles, accurate color and a great bright-room picture. It's compatible with both major HDR formats, and HDR image quality is better than last year.
It has the same image quality as less expensive LG OLED TVs.
I work in broadcast and create content for a living. This is bar none the most beautiful TV I've ever seen. Once you turn off TruMotion and the other processors (though MPEG and Noise Reduction do wonderful jobs with compressed content) you'll see a picture that is as good or better than what leaves...
So you cannot afford the LG Signature Line, NO WORRIES!!Just get the E series and you're set for ever until the world ends or it requires repair.Don't have enough money?Ask your grandparents for a no interest loan! Rob a bank! Work some overtime!
Style/Design, Features/Settings, Performance, Quality, easy to use
This is my first OLED TV and all I can say is this is by far the bet TV I have ever owned. After reading everything about this TV beforehand in the AVS Owners Forum, I was concerned about faint vertical banding seen (by some) mainly when looking at static slides of almost pure black.
Picture is awesome.Sound is good.Remote/settings are *awful*.Apps and smart features are unused.I suppose I blame WebOS. But the real problem is just doing simple things is difficult. Switching inputs, sleep button, etc.
Best tv I have ever seen, been watching the oled' since they came out. Now is the time. Put a price alert on and get a good sale!
Best picture I have ever seen, hangs beautifully on wall( echogear full motion mount).
Superb! No complaints.
This television is definitely a five star. The set up was simple and the picture is vibrant. I have been buying Samsung tv's over the years, but I would recommend LG over Samsung or Sony.
A lot of good things have been said about the OLED65C7P TV and I agree to it after experiencing it. The design of the TV is fantastic and is razor thin for most part of the screen. It's weight is not much for it's size.
Picture quality, ease of setup and menu navigation, design of the TV.
Price of TV
This tv is the absolute best picture clarity and quality that I have ever seen. The set up is fairly simple however I have never been as scared in all my life of breaking something. The way you have attach the base is just plain scary.
Best picture qualityDeep dark true black4kSupremely bright and vivid colorsExcellent remote and web os with apps pre-installed
Scariest most delicate piece of electronics EVER!!!
Only one word to describe.......Awesome!!! The picture is so crisp and the colors vibrant. Everything pops from the screen! My Sony Bravia which at the time we bought it had the best picture, looks blurry next to this one. So glad to have gotten this model! May have to get another!
vibrant colors, great sound, amazing picture quality