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- Display type: OLED
- Display resolution: 4K Ultra HD
- Wide viewing angle
- Dimming technology: Pixel level dimming
- Picture processor: a9 Gen 2 intelligent processor
- HDR (High Dynamic Range): 4K Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG), HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro
- Contrast: Object depth enhancer, Ultra Luminance Pro
- Clarity: Quad step noise reduction, frequency-based sharpness enhancer
- Color: Intense color, Billion Rich Colors, advanced color enhancer, True Color Accuracy Pro
- Resolution upscaler: 4K upscaler
- LG ThinQ AI
- Google Assistant
- Alexa built-in
- Google Home compatible
- Amazon Alexa compatible
- Intelligent voice recognition
- Operating system: webOS
- Magic remote control
- Universal remote control
- LG content store
- Full web browser
- Speaker system: 2.2 channel
- Output power: 40W (20W) woofer
- Dolby Atmos
- WiSA ready
- DTS decoder: DTS-HD
- Bluetooth audio playback
- LG Sound Sync
- Wi-Fi certified 802.11ac
- Bluetooth support: Version 5.0
- IP control
- TV tuner: ATSC, Clear QAM
- Smart phone connectivity
- HDMI input (HDCP 2.2): 4 (1 rear, 3 side)
- HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC): eARC (HDMI 2)
- USB ports 2.0: 3 (2 rear, 1 side)
- RF connection input: 1 (rear)
- Composite input: 1 (rear)
- Ethernet input: 1 (rear)
- RS-232C input (mini jack): 1 (rear)
- Digital audio output (optical) 1 (rear)
- Power supply (voltage, Hz): AC 120V, 50/60Hz
- Standby power consumption: Under 0.5W
- Dimensions (W x H x D)
- With stand: 57" x 33.9" x 9.9"
- Without stand: 57" x 32.7" x 1.8"
- With stand: 74.7 lbs.
- Without stand: 55.6 lbs.
What's in the Box
What's in the Box:
- OLED65C9P 65" OLED 4K UHD HDR Smart TV
- Magic remote
- Remote battery
- Power cable
Customer Reviews for LG OLED65C9P 65" OLED 4K UHD HDR Smart TV
Some of the most impressive features are when we have movie night with all the lights off, and the movie we’re watching goes to a all black screen. This effect adds to the dramatic element as the LG OLED has no light emitted. This is how the movie was made to be seen.
I watch a lot of Sports also, and I like the option to easily switch TV modes from cinema to sports.
The T.V. Was easy to mount. My guest are always impressed with the picture, and how thin the OLED is. If your looking for a high end T.V. don’t settle go with LG OLED and you won’t be disappointed.
Quite simply, if you've never had an OLED tv, you'll be picking your jaw up off the floor for quite some time once you fire this thing up. I did the usual removal of most automatic picture adjustments (noise reduction, trumotion, etc.) and then put on Lawrence of Arabia in 4k. That's about as close as I've seen it looking to a brand new 70mm print outside of a movie theater. And really, it looked better at times. It's easy to describe all the problems a tv's image can have, but difficult to describe perfection other than everything looks exactly as it should - colors are rich and vibrant without being oversaturated; there's no bleeding; details are crisp and clear and not overly dialed in via some algorithm; the roll-off at the highlights and the way the contrast smoothly tapers off into true black - just watch Alien in 4k and prepare to be wowed.
It made watching movies and television fun and transporting again, even those I've seen many times. It's cliched, but it often feels as if you're seeing them for the first time. That said, a good source is paramount, and upgrading to Netflix in 4k (the 'Moving Art' series is particularly stunning and great for a demo) as well as older 4k movies like Alien, Heat, Lawrence of Arabia, to me, really highlight just how far the technology has come.
The only caveat I have is that once you get used to 4k on this tv, poorly sourced HD images seem far worse than they do on other tv's. I find myself having to have separate settings. Your typical recent Marvel or Pixar movie (Disney isn't doing 4k yet) will look amazing and you'll wonder how much better they can look in 4k. But many older movies never upgraded from HD show a noticeable drop in picture quality from those mastered (or remastered) in 4k.
The built-apps and linking to Alexa work extremely well, and the built-in sound was impressive. If you're considering this tv and are a cinephile, you absolutely should just get it and set some time aside for all the content you'll want to rewatch just cause it becomes a new experience.