|Item Weight||50.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.9 x 48.3 x 29.1 inches|
|Item model number||OLED55C9PUA|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
LG C9 Series Smart OLED TV - 55" 4K Ultra HD with Alexa Built-in, 2019 Model
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount|
|Connections||Wireless, Bluetooth, USB, Ethernet, HDMI|
|Supported Internet Services||Alexa|
About this item
- Your purchase includes One LG OLED TV of 55”, OLED55C9PUA model, One Magic Remote with batteries, One Power Cable, and One Start Guide
- TV dimensions: Without Stand – 48.3” W x 27.8” H x 1.8” D. With Stand – 48.3” W x 29.1” H x 9.9” D. TV Weight: 41.7 lbs. VESA Mounting – 300 W x 200 H
- Advanced image and sound technologies inspired by the cinema optimize picture and sound for a spectacular, more lifelike experience in every scene. Experience Dolby Atmos in a 2.2 Channel Speaker System
- LG TVs are the first to integrate both the Google Assistant and Alexa with LG ThinQ AI technology
- Inputs & Outputs: HDMI Input (HDCP 2.2): 4 (1 rear, 3 side) | HDMI Audio Return Channel: eARC (HDMI 2) | USB Ports (v 2.0): 3 (2 rear, 1 side)
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|SIGNATURE OLED Z9PUA||SIGNATURE OLED W9PUA||OLED E9PUA||OLED C9PUA/PUB||OLED B9PUA|
|Screen Size Class/ Display Type||88"/OLED||77" 65"/OLED||65" 55" /OLED||77" 65" 55" /OLED||77" 65" 55" /OLED|
|Design||Minimal Sculpture||Picture-On-Wall||Picture-On-Glass||Perfect Cinema Screen||Perfect Cinema Screen|
|Processor||LG α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor 8K||α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor||α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor||α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor||α7 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor|
|Billion Rich Colors||Yes (10-bit)||Yes (10-bit)||Yes (10-bit)||Yes (10-bit)||Yes (10-bit)|
|HDR||8K Cinema HDR (8K HLG Pro, 4K Dolby Vision, 4K Technicolor HDR)||4K Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG)||4K Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG)||4K Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG)||4K Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG)|
|LG ThinQ AI||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Amazon Alexa/ Google Assistant Built-in||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Smart TV/ Magic Remote Included||Yes/ Yes||Yes/ Yes||Yes/ Yes||Yes/ Yes||Yes/ Yes|
|Number of USB Ports/ HDMI Ports||3/4||3/4||3/4||3/4||3/4|
|Audio||Dolby Atmos 4.2 Ch 80W (WF: 40W)||Dolby Atmos 4.2 Ch 60W (WF: 20W)||Dolby Atmos 4.2 Ch 60W (WF: 20W)||Dolby Atmos 2.2 Ch 40W (WF: 20W)||Dolby Atmos 2.2 Ch 40W (WF: 20W)|
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|Connectivity Technology||HDMI, Bluetooth, Ethernet, Wireless, USB||Bluetooth, Ethernet, HDMI, USB, Wireless||Bluetooth, Ethernet, HDMI, USB, Wireless||Wireless|
|Screen Size||55 inches||55 inches||55 inches||54.6 inches|
|Refresh Rate||120 hertz||120 hertz||120 hertz||120 hertz|
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|Total HDMI Ports||4||4||4||4|
Once you've watched your favorites on an LG OLED TV, every other television falls short Whether it’s movies, shows, sports or gaming, Perfect Black and infinite contrast bring out rich color and clear detail. LG's most powerful 4K processor, α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor, enhances everything you watch. Picture and sound are elevated with premium Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. Plus LG AI TV is the world's most intelligent TV with LG ThinQ AI and the voice control of the Google Assistant* and Alexa built-in. *Service limited to certain languages. Some features require 3rd party service subscriptions.
Visible screen diagonal
55" / 140 cm
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Ok so if you own the C7 or C8 (both use the same screen) the picture quality on the C9 while viewing a slow moving or still image will not look any different from the older models. What you are really paying for is the faster processor and how well it handles fast moving images and cleans up artifacts and does upscaling. This is where I could really see the difference. I put on a few high bit rate 4K Demo Files (580MB for 90 seconds of video) and played them back through an Nvidia Shield TV and I could see much better blending and motion handling and even the colors looked better. It's ability to upscale 1080P was better than my C7 and was very impressive. Once again though old SD 480 video was not all that great. It is better than the C7 but you really cannot get a good pic from something that low in resolution.
The C9 is also a lot thinner than the C7 and IMO the C9 is almost now getting to the point of being ridiculously thin, so thin I was really worried it might break when setting it up. I do like the metalized backing on the screen, it looks and feels like high quality material and its a nice touch by LG.
The stand is not all that much different than the C7 and neither is most of the input layouts. I understand it has the newer HDMI 2.1 Ports but for me that did not make much of a difference in my decision. I hooked it up to my Directv C61K 4K Client and tested it out on channel 104 and the picture was darn good. I used a few UHD Blurays including my favorite test videos and they all looked fantastic.
Overall I would say if you have the C7 or C8 and Do Not play video games on the TV and don't use the TV apps but use an external device like the Firestick, Roku or NVIDIA shield you really do not need to upgrade just yet, the picture quality is better but not by a factor that would make me jump out and change my C7 or a C8. If you don't fit into that category or you have an even older model TV then I think this is a really good choice to upgrade to. If it's anything like my C7 which I am sure it is then you really do not need to worry about burn in unless you do something incredibly stupid like leaving a static image on the screen for 10 hours. I have never had any burn in issues with my C7 so I expect this TV to be the same.
I highly recommend it and must say that LG has once again created another master piece.
Update: Feb 12 2020
The TV has been working great! I have had several occasions when static pictures got accidentally left on the TV for 3-4 hours and nothing has gotten burned into the screen. The picture looks just as good as it looked on day one.
+HDMI 2.1 is a big plus.
+1.3ms input lag for gaming
+Autocal (calman) - the TV has a built in pattern generator. (saving $1500 in the calibration process.)
Burn-in is a non-issue
-cost (It is worth it to me, but more than other TVs)
-I wish i had more money to get the 77"
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I would have preferred a device without ThinQ AI.
The rest is impeccable. The C9 has by far the best picture quality I've ever seen on a screen.
It comes pre-color-calibrated (saves $300 on getting Bestbuy to do it)
It supports Nvidia Gsync
It has true blacks and vivid colors; perfect for HDR
Dolbly Vision and HLG and HDR10 support
Future HDMI version support
"AI Sound - auto adjusts sound"
Ambient light sensor - AI adaptive brightness
Proper True Black HDR certification
Blows away any LCD-based 2019 TV
StarScapes (star war space scenes, etc) are Mind blowingly well done.
Handles all content types, from games, sports, movies, and TV all very very well.
Very low input-latency, if you are into gaming
Cheaper than other OLED TV brands
Better near-black levels than the cheaper OLED models; uses dithering to avoid colour banding
Speakers are B-rate: I had to enable the bass boost.
Remote Control has an annoying layout; I would prefer a better remote for sure.
WebOS is a mixed bag; I dislike it, but some people like it.
Brightness is lacking -- I have it setup to HDR Bright mode and would still prefer 30% more brightness for day use.
OLED burn in, while it may not be a real issue, it causes a lot of concern about leaving static images up on the TV for a lengthy time.
Maximum rate at 4K is 60fps or so? Would have preferred 120.
Mini-LED TV's of 2020 will be competitive, given how bright they will be and yet still contrasty
A bit costly and poorly marketed
I would STRONGLY recommend this TV for movie viewing, assuming you have a room with controllable or dim lighting.
I would not recommend it if you intend to have static content on the screen for 12 hours at a time, due to burn in. If you want a very large TV or have a bright room, I would also say consider some LCD alternatives as they may offer better value in those cases.