LG OLED C1 Series 77″ TV

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Current Price $2,798.00 June 17, 2024
Highest Price $2,798.00 June 17, 2024
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LG OLED C1 Series 77″ TV Description

LG OLED C1 Series 4K Smart TV – Incredibly Realistic Picture

Make movies and TV shows look like they are coming to life with the LG OLED C1 Series 4K Smart TV. LG’s patented OLED technology offers your home theater a beautiful and incredibly realistic picture due to the brilliant, self-illuminating pixels that produce perfect black and amazing color. Get front row seats to all your favorite movies and shows with this 77-inch screen that boasts an incredible 120Hz refresh rate, making every frame look smooth and lifelike. Alexa built-in allows you to control your TV and access thousands of your favorite streaming shows and movies with just your voice.

LG OLED C1 Series – Enjoy a Wide Viewing Experience

The LG OLED C1 Series has a superior wide view angle, allowing you to enjoy your favorite shows and movies with friends and family from any angle in the room. Combining LG’s cable-free webOS and an easy-to-use Magic Remote, you can choose from thousands of entertainment options wherever you are. Enjoy the vibrant colors and stunning detail even when you’re sitting off the side of the screen. And with HDMI 2.1 support, you can plug in your gaming console and immerse yourself in 4K gaming.

Advanced Motion Control – Lightning-Fast Responsiveness

What’s a 4K TV without the motion control to back it up? The LG OLED C1 Series features an advanced autonomous ultrasonic motion control system, reading your every movement with lightning-fast responsiveness that gives you complete control from your armchair. Whether you’re playing games or watching a movie, the advanced motion control makes navigating the menus and adjusting the settings easier than ever. Plus, with LG’s advanced Alpha7 Gen4 a7 Chip, you can enjoy smooth transitions between colors and scenes.

Sleek Design with Stress-Free Installation

Say goodbye to bulky TVs. The LG OLED C1 Series is designed to fit in any space with its slim profile. Best of all, setup is simple and stress-free with its intuitive webOS that takes you through each step until you’re enjoying your favorite movies right away. No need to hire professionals or buy expensive tools, simply put it together and start watching.

Features:

  • LG’s patented OLED technology offers your home theater an incredibly realistic picture
  • 77-inch screen with a 120Hz refresh rate for smooth lifelike frames
  • Alexa built-in for voice control of TV and access to your favorite streaming services
  • Wide viewing angle for an immersive, cinematic experience with friends and family
  • Advanced motion control with autonomous ultrasonic system for lightning-fast responsiveness
  • LG’s advanced Alpha7 Gen4 a7 Chip for smooth transitions between colors and scenes
  • Slim profile fits any space with stress-free installation
  • HDMI 2.1 support for 4K gaming

LG OLED C1 Series 77″ TV Specification

Brand Name

‎LG

Item Weight

‎79.1 pounds

Item model number

‎OLED77C1PUB

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎Yes

Color Name

‎Black

Special Features

‎α9 Gen 4 AI Processor 4K with AI Picture Pro/Sound Pro, Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos, webOS + ThinQ AI with Magic Remote

Speaker Type

‎Built-In

Cable Length

‎5 Feet

Standing screen display size

‎77 Inches

Voltage

‎120 Volts

Wattage

‎90 watts

LG OLED C1 Series 77″ TV Reviews (8)

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  1. Amazon Customer

    This is my first OLED tv and I must say I am very impressed with it. Picture quality is stunning and the tv itself seems well made. Movies look great in Dolby Vision and gaming is a joy to behold. Very happy with my purchase. Considered the newer LG C2 65″ instead but it wasn’t worth the extra 900.00 to me for the difference.

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  2. Terry R.

    After ordering i received a notice that my tv was refurbished and they sent me an extensive report. Up until then I didnt know it was a refurb but that made me more comfortable. The tv arrived in perfect condition. For gamers, especially xbox I highly recommend this tv. It can utilize every feature on the series x.

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  3. Wags

    My previous TV died and I was sad. It was a Sharp Aquos that I’d had several years but the picture was still outstanding. For its time this TV was ahead of its competition. You’d think things would last forever like they used to but in todays throw away world its toss it in the dumpster and buy new. This is written two weeks into the LG.

    Not that anyone cares, but I tend to research TV purchases to death. My first big screen I researched and read for five years before I purchased a Pioneer Elite 610 rear projection TV. It was great and when it died I was sad then too. The Sharp took its place and lived up to my expectations.

    Since I’m a TV-aholic I needed a replacement when the Sharp died. My normal research was shortened a bit and from what I’d read from many sources, the LG seemed to fit my needs. Since we were on the downward phase of Covid (I hope) the US was seeing delivery issues and goods were sometimes in short supply. Local retailers did not have this TV in stock or it was promised within a couple weeks, maybe. So I decided to take a chance on buying through Amazon. It came within four days to my surprise.

    Delivery was done by Amazon and unpacking and setup was handled by them as well. I must say I was very pleased with the setup. It included bringing it into my home, unpacking, placing the base on the TV and placing it where I wanted. They checked to be sure the TV came on and then removed the packaging. Very professional.

    Reconnecting my surround system and video controller took me a while, lots of wires to sort out. Once connected to the internet, I stream now, and making some adjustments I was very pleased with the picture quality. There are many settings for video and you could even custom set color if that’s your thing. Most people will find the settings supplied will suit their needs quite well. The sound from the LG speakers do amazingly well. I used it for several days with just these speakers and found them easy to hear voice. Since I’m older and listened to a lot of loud music when younger my hearing is not what it used to be. Kids today with their earbuds and headphones should really start to learn sign language now.

    The other evening I watched LOTR The Fellowship of the Ring. This was not from DVD but from a broadcast over streaming that I’d saved. I was blown away as was my wife by the detail. Especially in the dark scenes where detail can be lost in the shadows. Not on this TV. Subtle details on steps in the mines, details of the Orcs and clothing were all there. And nothing was washed out in the deep darks. Blacks were black, midtones were spot on and highlights of flames or the glint on a sword were all there. If you have 4K content I’m sure you’d be very happy. I’ll be watching some of my old DVD’s again and see if they have stood the test of time.

    I’ve read about people worrying about burn in since OLED’s are supposed to be vulnerable to this. I can’t imagine this happening unless you have a logo in the corner that doesn’t go away. Still I feel you’d have to have it onscreen for hours before you’d see a problem. The TV does have an area in the menu called OLED care. It has something called Pixel Cleaning which is supposed to adjust each pixel to prevent burn in. Also a Screen Move function to move the screen a little at regular intervals for the same prevention. Do they work? Maybe but I’m not going to worry about it.

    The photo I’ve added really can’t do justice to the actual picture quality but the reflection in the silver cup caught my eye. And speaking of reflections, this TV will show reflections from windows or lights. You can still watch the TV just fine but no TV will kill all reflections from light sources. The room I’m in has room darkening shades so problem solved.

    I’m sure over time I’ll find more features to explore and will watch more 4K content to marvel over. For now I can recommend this TV for anyone that loves a spectacular picture. Is it pricey? Yes, but I’ve always felt you get what you pay for and I’m hoping this TV will last as long as the last one.

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  4. Alain

    I researched all competitor’s TV’s (LG CANADA SUCKS!!!) for a few months and read the reviews. Finally settled on the top of the line LG OLED 83″ TV. Spent some large money on it! First one showed up in a perfect box. Very bent corner on the TV and broken screen! Can’t just pick it up and return it in a small car. Took 2 months of back and forth to get it sent back! I had to find an original box ( I have to find an original box?) for that model and size so I bought the second same TV. Beautiful for 3 months til the power went out a few times. Pop, no more picture! They sent a repairman multiple times to take “Pictures” (He had to pull the TV away from the wall to get the required numbers. just saying) and third time back to take “more pictures,”He went straight to the bottom of the screen, peeled back the “protective layer” magically there was a “crack” about the size of a flea on the left bottom side? Yup you guessed it! They said I must have broke it and absolved themselves of their “warranty” Continued to work the previous 5 times the power went out that day but the sixth time it went off and on I must have broke it? I never once moved the TV or even touched the thing! So much for shopping CANADIAN with a Canadian Company!!! I’m out $6000 and they won’t even repair the TV!! But they will help me find a local repair company so I can spend another $4000 To get a new screen! Very nice of them isn’t it! So now I have myself this beautiful SONY TV! It’s quality is as good or better! A ton more options and free apps, it’s Bigger than LG’s TV! And the absolutely wonderful thing is? IT WAS HALF THE PRICE OF THE LG TV!!!! So much for shopping CANADIAN!!! Thank You SONY TV! LG? YOU SUCK!!!! P.S. Weeks later and they keep saying “sorry” their “EXPERTS” keep saying , this and that can’t happen and sorry about your luck! NOT HAPPY AT ALL!!! Still fighting them!

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  5. Wags

    Needed a new and larger TV because eyesight isn’t great as I’ve aged. The picture quality is amazing and it’s got great refresh rate for playing video games. Depending on lighting in the room it’s in, I do think it’s better in a darker room where a light source can’t directly reflect off the screen though. It’s also the first smart TV we’ve ever owned and I’d say it’s pretty easy to navigate in order to utilize those functions too. We got Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime, HBO, Crunchyroll and a PS4 hooked up to it and it’s very easy to switch between them all.

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  6. KatzeX3

    Be aware that this is my first 4k OLED TV, but I’m super picky about my tech purchases, but I am not brand-biased since I know tech can evolve quickly. My research had me set on LG as the way to go for my next upgrade, and specifically to the LG C1 and C2 models to meet my budget and gaming needs, without sacrifice to quality.

    – It looks amazing, bright, and crisp. I don’t believe anything looks washed out or too dark. You may need to find a setting that suits your preference best, but we did minimal tweaking, if any.
    – It’s great for gaming in bed (a 65″ being just 3 feet in front of the bed haha), and my boyfriend and I love it for streaming (either directly from the TV or from the PS5).
    – We use the AI sound setting, as we both feel it sounds the best for both gaming and streaming. It’s definitely loud enough for any living room, and quality is fine for the typical user.
    – The smart features work fairly smoothly, definitely faster than my 10yr old 55″ Samsung smart TV. The controls can be a bit confusing at first, but once you realize there’s like one or two buttons that bring up most of what you need, you’ll be fine.

    Cons
    -One day after a couple weeks or so, it wouldn’t turn on. Thankfully, there was absolutely no hassle to have it picked up for free repairs directly through LG. Turns out, this one commonly comes with a faulty panel. It was replaced and came back good as new, but of course it sucked having to unmount it from the wall, remount it, and be without the fancy new TV in our bedroom for a few days, lol.

    – I’m not sure if this can be fixed, but the sound setting we choose (the AI one) keeps getting changed back to a different setting. It’s just a tad annoying. I’ll prob play around with it eventually, but it’s technically my boyfriend’s TV and I don’t use it much, so I haven’t taken too much time to figure it out beyond my initial search through the settings.

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  7. Jennifer Rhine

    Great picture and remote easy to use

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  8. D Beaman

    this TV was advertised as a LG OLED55C1POUB it is not it is an OLED55C1AUB these units ARE exactly the same both are Wisa ready, I advised the seller of this issue they were going to have the advertisement changed as I almost sent back as numbers are diferent, AUB is Canadian, seller was fair and honest with exception of advertisement

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