LG OLED C1 Series 48” Alexa Built-in 4k Smart TV (3840 x 2160), 120Hz Refresh Rate, AI-Powered 4K, Dolby Cinema, WiSA Ready, Gaming Mode (OLED48C1PUB, 2021)

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  • Brand Name: ‎LG
  • Item Weight: ‎41.7 pounds
  • Product Dimensions: ‎42.2 x 9.9 x 25.6 inches
  • Country of Origin: ‎Mexico
  • Item model number: ‎OLED48C1PUB
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No
  • Color Name: ‎Black
  • Special Features: ‎Α9 Gen 4 AI Processor 4K with AI Picture Pro/Sound Pro; Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos; webOS and ThinQ AI with Magic Remote
  • Speaker Type: ‎Built-In
  • OLED DISPLAY: Watch your content come to life in over 8 million pixels. Each pixel turns on and off independently so you'll see your content with perfect black, over a billion rich colors and infinite contrast for a viewing experience like no other.
  • α9 GEN 4 AI PROCESSOR 4K: Picture and sound adjustment happen automatically with our best processor. The a9 Gen4 AI Processor 4K uses deep-learning algorithms to detect scenes and genres to make your content look its best no matter what or when you're watching.
  • GAME OPTIMIZER: Game Optimizer gives you easier access to all your game settings, while the latest HDMI allows for fast gaming speeds. Plus, you'll get low input lag and fast response times with Auto Low-Latency Mode and HGiG.
  • GOOGLE ASSISTANT & ALEXA BUILT IN: There’s no need for an extra device – just ask your TV for music, weather, news, your Amazon shopping list, and more. Plus, conveniently control your connected home and smart devices.
  • HOME CINEMA EXPERIENCE: Get breathtaking picture and audio that makes you feel like you're in the action with Cinema HDR, Dolby Vision IQ & Dolby Atmos. See movies exactly how directors intended with Filmmaker Mode. And with built-in access to Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV+, Disney+ and LG channels, your favorite content is at your fingertips.
  • WiSA READY: Connecting high-fidelity speakers is easy – and wireless– with WiSA connectivity. Enjoy high-quality and immersive surround sound. Up to 5.1 Channel support.


  • OLED DISPLAY: Watch your content come to life in over 8 million pixels. Each pixel turns on and off independently so you'll see your content with perfect black, over a billion rich colors and infinite contrast...

    User reviews

    Product was all scratched up like it was on display somewhere and stuff in box was opened. Missing stuff. Not too happy with experience but a great tv.
    Get one now. Don't worry about the flagship Sony or LG G1 being brighter on a 10% window, can't tell in most cases anyway, certainly not in streaming content. If you own a disc player and physical media that is able to provide a true High Dynamic Range (HDR) Ultra High Definition (UHD) source then you're in for the best viewing experience in 2021.The 77-inch version is exceptional from edge to edge. Price might be a bit hard to justify, but we weren't using vacation money during the pandemic anyway, right?The C1 is using the new "Evo" panel with the updated screen technology from 2021. It might only make sense to pay the difference for the gallery G1 series TV if your room was constantly flooded with sunlight and you could really benefit from the small increase.Some issues have been noted using LG disc players with LG OLED TVs, so sadly I can't recommend sticking with the same brand of Blu Ray player. Paired this with a Pansonic DP-UB420-K Blu Ray Player, a Dolby Atmos receiver and speaker setup. It's better than the theater in almost every way, save for the layers of guilt I experience drenching my own popcorn in theater-levels of butter. Oh, and the cost for all that hardware, no getting around that pocketbook pain either if you're looking to create that experience.Any negatives about the 77-inch LG C1 involve the home screen in WebOS 6 and the software on that home screen. It seems like I'm being advertised to primarily, then my uses for the TV are slightly deprecated. The internet TV channels barely work, and seem to require some sort of account sign up. This wasn't, and isn't, the same on my Samsung HDR TV from 2019. Advertising and data collection evolution is here to stay.Go watch the review videos from HDTVTest and Stop the FOMO, then just buy this already. The picture is better than I expected it would be. For the price I had very high expectations. This is the first OLED TV in our house. Makes me want to replace all the LCD units with similar technology. It's a bit elitist to suggest this TV was worth it, but for our household and use, it really seems like a good value and choice.
    Not a paid review.I have wanted a OLED ever since they came out. I am a tech geek. I like nice things. I like a premium experience. I really don't watch much TV so I really never bit the bullet until now. I am in a better position to make the purchase so I went with it. I ended up going with the 55". I've wanted one for at least a year.Software/Layout:Software is incredible. Layout is easy to learn and easy to use. Definitely a good experience. Software seems to be updated pretty frequently too. Already had two updates within a week. Pretty straight forward there. I like that it automatically puts names on the inputs for me. (Sony soundbar/Xbox). There's tons of apps on the TV and they make it so easy to use.Remote:Remote is good. Feels alright in the hand. Using the remote to move around and click things is kind of annoying so I generally just use the up/down/left/right on the remote instead to select things. The back is piano black so I suspect that the remote will scratch easy. Not a big deal. I really like that the remote has buttons for the top platforms I use to watch movies. Netflix and Prime video buttons right at your fingertips is awesome.Viewing Experience:All content on this TV looks great - regardless if the content is SD/HD/4K/UHD/HDR. I mainly use this TV for Movies and 4k Gaming on the Xbox Series X. Content on the Series S was even really great for being upscaled as well before I got the X. It looked really good. I play mostly Sports games and RPG's (like assassins' creed). I really can't put it to words how great 4k looks on the tv. Everything is just so crisp and clean looking. The Last Dance was the first movie/show I watched on it. You can see the pores on MJ's face when he's speaking. It's pretty insane. The TV just works so well on all platforms.Settings:There's a lot of customization on the TV which I like. I love making the viewing experience that much better to get that last 5% to put the finishing touches on the TV. You really don't have to do much to make it look good but for gaming I like the screen to be a warmer hue so it's easier on the eyes. The G-Sync built into the TV works great - no screen tears or nothing. I generally turn off the AI settings and just put into cinema/filmmaker mode when I'm watching a movie.This is a great all-around TV. It's excels at anything you throw at it. I have been gaming more than usual and spending more time watching movies and playing games with my friends. It's not necessarily a bad thing - sometimes you need to take a break and enjoy things instead of just work work work and go go go. I generally hate spending money on things that go down in value but I am happy with my purchase.If you're in the market for a OLED, LG is the way to go.

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