LG OLED83C3PUA 83 Inch Smart TV

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LG OLED83C3PUA 83 Inch Smart TV Price History


Current Price $3,296.99 June 17, 2024
Highest Price $3,997.00 January 5, 2024
Lowest Price $2,996.99 May 24, 2024
Since December 24, 2023

Last price changes

$3,296.99 June 12, 2024
$3,496.99 May 31, 2024
$2,996.99 May 24, 2024
$3,296.99 May 17, 2024
$3,496.90 May 3, 2024

LG OLED83C3PUA 83 Inch Smart TV Description

Crystal-Clear Picture Quality

The LG OLED83C3PUA C3 is an all-in-one Smart TV with state-of-the-art image quality. It is equipped with a wide array of features that are sure to impress. The television’s OLED evo 4K Processor Slim carries the flagship of picture-perfect performance, offering ultra-rich colors and sharpness. This is paired with precise, deep, and intense black levels for gorgeous contrast and clarity that brings the picture to life. Furthermore, its UHD Upscaler and True Cinematic Color let users enjoy the cinematic color accuracy every time. Finally, its advanced color refinement and tone mapping allows for displaying enhancements that give images clearer and sharper images without any unwanted extras.

Advanced Smart TV Features

The LG OLED83C3PUA C3 goes beyond just the visuals. It boasts an expansive range of AI ThinQ ™ features, ranging from intuitive voice commands enabled by the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa to dynamic recommendations tailored to the user’s favorite content. Its Magic Remote also allows you to seamlessly control your other compatible devices with one hand.

Unparalleled Immersion

The Dolby Atmos® decoding technology of the LG OLED83C3PUA C3 allows you to experience a multidimensional soundspace and virtual 3D audio effect that adds an extra dimension to listening experiences. With Apple Airplay® 2 and Homekit™ compatibility, you can control your Smart Home with ease. You can also add your own personal assistant to your TV with the Google Home app.


– OLED evo 4K Processor Slim for ultra-rich colors and crispness
– UHD Up-scaler and True Cinematic Color for cinematic accuracy
– Advanced Color Refinement and Tone Mapping for optimum enhancement
– AI ThinQ™ and Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa Compatibility
– Dolby Atmos® decoding technology for sound immersion
– Apple Airplay® 2 and Homekit™ compatibility
– Magic Remote for multi-device control
– Google Home app for creating your own personal assistant.

LG OLED83C3PUA 83 Inch Smart TV Specification

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Item Weight

‎91.7 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎11 x 72.9 x 43 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number


Output Wattage

‎40 Watts

Special Features

‎AI Picture, AI Upscaling, FILMMAKER MODE, Picture Processor, Dolby Vision, Dynamic Tone Mapping, Dimming Technology, HDR (High Dynamic Range)

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Standing screen display size

‎83 Inches


‎120 Volts


‎170 watts

LG OLED83C3PUA 83 Inch Smart TV Reviews (8)

8 reviews

3.6 out of 5
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  1. bobbah8

    Muy bonito,excellente tamano. Bellos colores,bello en general.

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  2. bobbah8

    This is my first OLED TV and all I can say is WOW! If you’ve only had LCD TVs in the past, the OLED difference is very noticeable with the infinite contrast and 3D look that it gives to the image. My biggest concern with this TV was that it wouldn’t be bright enough but even during the day with 3 windows shining light into the room I’ve found it’s plenty bright enough, and a lot brighter than the budget LCD TV I had before (Vizio M658-G1). LG supports everything you could want in terms of gaming with 4 HDMI 2.1 ports for 4k/120Hz Dolby Vision gaming, VRR, ALLM, etc. I play Xbox Series X on it and it looks amazing! I also play Nintendo Switch and with a few tweaks like upping sharpness to 15 and turning Super Resolution to high it looks almost 4k! Everything I’ve watched on it looks better than ever before and I can’t say enough good things about it. After considering all my options I decided on this TV over the other options:
    – Compared to the LG G3: A lot cheaper but with the same processor for equal upscaling and clarity. The G3 is noticeably brighter but, like I said, I haven’t felt like the C3 wasn’t bright enough and it was brighter than I expected
    – Compared to the Samsung S95C: Again, much cheaper and the processor is better than that on the S95C so lower quality content will look cleaner, especially lower bitrate like YouTube TV. The S95C is much brighter and more colorful but Samsung has quality control issues, poor firmware updates, and no Dolby Vision HDR support
    – Compared to LG C2: The C3 is very similar to the C2 and it’s hard to justify the price increase of the C3. It was worth it to me since I got a good deal and only paid a few hundred dollars more. The C3 has an improved processor with improved dynamic tone mapping with 20,000 zones instead of 5,000 and is a little bit brighter. It also supports DTS passthrough and QMS unlike the C2. A common complaint about LG OLEDs is their aggressive dimming during prolonged high APL scenes. That issue was fixed on the 2023 models. Lastly, the C3 has a new customizable quick access menu that’s nice for changing settings in a snap
    – Compared to Samsung S90C: This is the C3’s biggest competition this year because they are close in price. The S90C has the better QD-OLED panel and is brighter and more colorful. I went with the C3 because of the Samsung issues I mentioned above with the S95C. I just trust LG more than Samsung as a company to support their products for years to come. Also, QD-OLED appears to have more risk of burn-in and I like to keep my TVs for a long time
    – Compared to Samsung S95B (2022 model): I wanted a 77” TV and the S95B only comes in 55” and 65”. Also, Samsung issues I mentioned before

    Conclusion: The C3 is probably the best all around OLED TV for most people. Everything I’ve watched on this looks incredible and LG is a brand you can trust when it comes to OLED. They’ve been making them longer than anyone else and they’ve figured out how to prevent burn-in for the vast majority of users. If all you do is watch news or sports channels all day long then OLED probably isn’t for you but if you watch a variety of content from movies, TV shows, gaming, etc then I think this might be the best TV you can buy. Unless you can afford the LG G3, of course

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  3. Clotilde Salgado

    Extraordinary product extraordinary service one billion stars. I buy the new lg oled every year. The c3 is the best to date. I recommend to absolute all

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  4. Max

    I was ecstatic to be blown away but I was massively disappointed. I had some really bad burn in looking issues like another reviewer mentioned. The pixel cleaner helps though. The image quality is subpar. Not what I expected at all.

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    The thing looks worse than a mid range Samsung LCD/LED from 2020. It’s massively less bright (even though the specs say otherwise), and on a grey screen, it has burn in right out of the box. The pixel cleaner fixed the burn in, but why do I have to do that brand new? The contrast ratio is great, but so is the Samsung LCD if I turn down the brightness to the awful levels of this thing. Do not buy this tv. Buy 3 other cheap TVs for the price of this junk and you’ll be happier.

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  6. RandysView

    I bought this when my 55″ LG OLED C2 gave up the ghost after only 2.5yrs. That’s why I ALWAYS buy my major appliances at COSTCO! I recieved a FULL REFUND for that TV. So I bought this upgraded version that comes with a FIVE YEAR warranty by costco.com.

    OK, on to my review of the new TV. The design is amazing, and looks like something out of a Sci fi movie. It’s no more than 1/4 inch thick at the top. The included stand is perfectly balanced and smart looking to boot. The setup was moderately easy but HOLY CRAP, the PRIVACY PERMISSIONS seem to give the corporate world the right to do everything but watch me in the bathroom. Really excessive and intrusive! Are all new TVS like this? I thought I was supposed to be watching TV, not the other way around.

    As I said, the picture quality is amazing. I thought my first OLED TV was amazing, but this one is an order of magnitude better. Oh, and the sound quality is like some kind of freaking MAGIC!!! I had started to try to convince the wife we should buy a sound-bar. Then I turned on this TV and said “well, we won’t need that!” How this thin little thing can create a room full of amazing sound is…..well…..freaking magic. I’m a bit hard of hearing and I was actually able to turn off the closed captions.

    So to summarize, it has been a great couple of days. I confess, the short life of the prior LG Oled TV did make me hesitant. Especially when I look at my twenty year old Panasonic plasma TV that still looks as good as the day I bought it in spite of VERY hard use. However, the five year warranty from COSTCO which refunded me the full purchase price for the failed TV and is now TWO YEARS LONGER at five years gives me some assurance. I’m going on 65 years old, and no one is offering ME a five year warranty. “You pays your money, and you takes your chances.”

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  7. Thomas Kroplinski

    As the title states, had this TV for 4 months and already a dying pixel!
    I have a 4 year old westinghouse 55inch that this replaced and it has nothing wrong with it

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  8. Amazon Customer

    LG is usually very reliable and I normally love their OLED TVs. However, this one is DOA and simply flickers the display before turning back off repeatedly. Yep, going back asap.

    Aaanndd… the replacement TV is fantastic. The OLED display is superb in clarity, contrast, and brilliance. One of the best things of this TV is the faster processor. It’s fast enough to rival most streaming boxes for responsiveness and content. I have to say that was a surprise as I’ve always really like the Shield boxes. But frankly I don’t think I’ll need one for this TV. Setup was very easy.

    Oh, and the AI sound is excellent. I was shocked to find so much breadth in the sound from just the two speakers, but their sound processing is great. There is really no need for a sound bar, except for perhaps the sub-woofer, which it supports anyway.

    So, great product, but the DOA unit made me question it. I hope that is not a common experience.

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