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- Display Type: OLED
- Display Resolution: 4K Ultra HD (3,840 x 2,160)
- Wide Viewing Angle: Yes
- Dimming Technology: Pixel Level Dimming
- Picture Processor: α9 Gen 3 AI Processor 4K
- Refresh Rate: 120Hz Native
- HDR (High Dynamic Range): Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision®, HDR10, HLG)
- G-SYNC Compatible: Yes
- FreeSync: Yes (May not be available at the time of purchase of this product)
- VRR (Variable Refresh Rate): Yes
- ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode): Yes
- Response Time: >1 ms
- HGiG: Yes
- LG ThinQ AI: Yes
- Google: Google Assistant Built-In
- "Works with" Google Assistant
- Alexa Alexa: Built-In "Works with" Alexa
- Apple Apple Airplay2, Apple Homekit
- Intelligent Voice Recognition: Yes
- Home Dashboard: Yes
- AI Picture Pro / AI Picture AI Picture Pro
- Auto Genre Selection Yes (SDR/HDR/Dolby HDR)
- Operating System: webOS
- Magic Remote Control: Yes (Point, Click, Scroll, Voice)
- Universal Remote Control: Yes (Auto Device Detection)
- LG Channels: Yes
- LG Content Store (App Store): Yes
- Full Web Browser: Yes
- Gallery Mode: Yes
- Sports Alert: Yes
- Speaker System: 2.2 Channel
- Output Power: 40W (20W Woofer)
- Speaker Direction: Front Firing (Reflector)
- AI Sound Pro / AI Sound AI Sound Pro
- Dolby Atmos: Yes
- WiSA Ready: Yes (Separate Dongle Purchase Required)
- Surround Mode: OLED Surround
- Audio Codec: AC4, AC3 (Dolby Digital), EAC3, HE-AAC, AAC, MP2, MP3, PCM, WMA, apt-X (refer to manual)
- Bluetooth Surround Ready: Yes
- LG Sound Sync: Yes
- Wi-Fi: Standard Wi-Fi Certified 802.11ac
- Bluetooth: Support Version 5.0
- IP Control: Yes
- HDMI-CEC (Simplink): Yes
- TV Tuner: ATSC, Clear QAM
- Smart Phone Connectivity: Yes
- HDMI Input (HDCP 2.2): 1 (rear) / 3 (side)
- HDMI Audio Return Channel: (ARC) eARC (HDMI 2)
- USB Ports (v 2.0): 2 (rear) / 1 (side)
- RF Connection Input (Antenna/Cable): 1 (rear)
- Composite Input (AV): 1 (rear, Gender)
- Ethernet Input: 1 (rear)
- RS-232C Input (Mini Jack): 1 (rear)
- Digital Audio Output (Optical): 1 (rear)
- Headphone Out 1: (rear)
- Power Supply (Voltage, Hz): AC 120V, 50/60Hz
- Standby Power Consumption: Under 0.5W
- TV Dimensions with Stand (WxHxD): 48.3" x 29.1" x 9.9"
- TV Dimensions without Stand (WxHxD): 48.3" x 27.8" x 1.8"
- Stand Width: 39.3"
- TV Weight with Stand: 50.7 lbs
- TV Weight without Stand: 41.7 lbs
- VESA Mounting (W x H): 300 x 200 mm
What's in the Box
What's in the Box
- Remote battery
- Power cable
- Quick Start Guide
Customer Reviews for LG OLED55CXP 55" OLED 4K UHD HDR Smart TV
Still amazed every I turn it on!
Why then the 4 stars instead of 5? An intermittent audio issue (random 2-second dropouts) from the TV via its eARC return channel to my 11.1 A/V receiver through all HDMI 2.1 specified cabling. Doesn't matter whether the source is over the air TV channels, one of the apps (Disney+, Amazon, YouTube, etc.) installed from the set or a component plugged into one the TV's HDMI inputs.
Went to the forums and tried different recommendations with one reducing the frequency of these dropouts but not curing. Forums suggested future firmware updates would correct but as of the very latest install, not only hasn't been yet fixed, but it's also now added another issue. The set will now randomly switch from eARC output through my A/V receiver to internal speaker. It also reverts to internal speaker every time I restart the TV. It will also occasionally switch when I'm viewing and listening a source (4k UHD) through my A/V receiver and the internal speaker volume display will appear as the TV switch audio outputs again with no input requested.
Submitted a repair request on LG's website and waited, and waited, and waited some more with no contact as promised. After a week's time, placed a phone call and a "human being" was able to set up the repair. Meaning nothing happened at all with my original online repair request I was instructed to make.
We won't get into the war stories with their repair facility at this time as more phone calls needed to be made before parts were ordered. Now let's see how long this takes before a technician finally arrives and corrects this one glaring issue with what in most cases justifies this product's picture reputation.
I don't have an issue with premium pricing when justified but LG's level of service support is not even close to the same league as its product.