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LG 55" Class OLED C9 Series 4K (2160P) Smart Ultra HD HDR TV - OLED55C9PUA 2019 Model

Model: OLED55C9PUA
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Once you've watched your favorites on C9, every other flat screen just looks flat. Movies, shows, sports, gaming — OLED displays it all in a new light, bringing out richness in all colors and uncovering what was once hidden in crisp, clear detail. Perfect black and infinite contrast reveal shadow detail in the darkest scene, while picture and sound benefit from LG's most powerful AI-powered 4K processor and Dolby technologies. The intelligence of LG ThinQ® and the voice control of the Google Assistant*. *Service limited to certain languages. Some features require 3rd party service subscriptions.
  • Screen Size
    55.00 in
  • Resolution
    4K (2160p)
  • Is Smart
    Y
  • Display Technology
    OLED
  • Number of HDMI Connections
    4
  • Backlight Type
    OLED

Customer Review Snapshot

4.8 out of 5 stars
159 total reviews
5 stars
131
4 stars
21
3 stars
5
2 stars
2
1 star
0
Most helpful positive review
LG has done it again with OLED C9 series TV - it is one of the best TVs currently on the market! Last year it was LG's C8 OLED TV and one would not think that there was any way to improve it and make it better, however LG engineers had a lot to offer and made OLED C9 series stand out once again. I thought I would never say that, but I find this TV almost perfect in its design and function. First of all, I'll throw some technical terms out there: HDMI 2.1, eARC, Variable Refresh Rate , HDR10 - all these are new upgrades and best of all, they futureproof this TV for the years to come. LG also improved and upgraded its Alpha 9 to Gen 2 processor which is responsible for image processing with the help of AI (artificial intelligence) as well as AI enabled sound improvements and even its smart functions are being AI analyzed (WebOS with ThinQ AI). Basically, all the above mentioned features make this TV produce superb image quality, amazing quality sound and ease of use in navigation whether you are you switching inputs or changing something in the Settings. I believe these are pretty important things as we are all looking for these features when buying a new TV. I am also impressed by the aesthetics, i.e. design of this TV: it has a very thin OLED panel that is supported by a pretty hefty stand that gives me a lot of confidence that this TV is very stable (last year model, not so much). Even the back panel looks very clean and has cable management system to make it all tidy. The stand itself with its angled edges does not protrude a lot and functions as a virtual 5.1 surround sound distributor as the speakers are located right above it, and man does this TV sound great! As I mentioned earlier, its WebOS has been improved and is easy to maneuver around, all your Apps, inputs are intelligently organized. To make it even easier to navigate menus, LG gives you their Magic Remote. Its rubbery button layout is nice and has Netflix, Amazon Prime Video devoted buttons to start up your movies. The Mic button activates Google Assistant and with the help of voice commands you can change channels, turn your TV off, check weather - the sky is your limit. And if you like Amazon Alexa, LG will be bringing an update later on to enable the assistant. Also support for Apple AirPlay 2 is coming later this year too. All in all, LG OLED C9 is an outstanding TV with superb PQ, pure blacks, popping colors, excellent off angle viewing, crisp sound and simply an engineering beauty. This review was submitted as a part of LG Insider program. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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Once you've watched your favorites on C9, every other flat screen just looks flat. Movies, shows, sports, gaming — OLED displays it all in a new light, bringing out richness in all colors and uncovering what was once hidden in crisp, clear detail. Perfect black and infinite contrast reveal shadow detail in the darkest scene, while picture and sound benefit from LG's most powerful AI-powered 4K processor and Dolby technologies. The intelligence of LG ThinQ® and the voice control of the Google Assistant*. *Service limited to certain languages. Some features require 3rd party service subscriptions.
  • LG ThinQ AI
  • Google Assistant and Alexa
  • OLED Display
  • LG a9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor
  • Dolby Vision & Dolby Atmos

Specifications

Display Technology
OLED
Resolution
4K (2160p)
Model
OLED55C9PUA
Screen Size
55.00 in
Is Smart
Y
Brand
LG
Assembled Product Weight
50.70 lbs
Condition
New
manufacturer_part_number
oled55c9pua
Series
OLED
Streaming Services
VUDU, Netflix, Youtube, Prime Video, Showtime, Starz, Google Play, Sling, Hulu
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
9.90 x 48.30 x 29.10 Inches

Customer Reviews

5 stars
131
4 stars
21
3 stars
5
2 stars
2
1 star
0

Top mentions

Most helpful positive review
4 customers found this helpful
One of the Best OLED TVs! Read the Review!
LG has done it again with OLED C9 series TV - it is one of the best TVs currently on the market! Last year it was LG's C8 OLED TV and one would not think that there was any way to improve it and make it better, however LG engineers had a lot to offer and made OLED C9 series stand out once again. I thought I would never say that, but I find this TV almost perfect in its design and function. First of all, I'll throw some technical terms out there: HDMI 2.1, eARC, Variable Refresh Rate , HDR10 - all these are new upgrades and best of all, they futureproof this TV for the years to come. LG also improved and upgraded its Alpha 9 to Gen 2 processor which is responsible for image processing with the help of AI (artificial intelligence) as well as AI enabled sound improvements and even its smart functions are being AI analyzed (WebOS with ThinQ AI). Basically, all the above mentioned features make this TV produce superb image quality, amazing quality sound and ease of use in navigation whether you are you switching inputs or changing something in the Settings. I believe these are pretty important things as we are all looking for these features when buying a new TV. I am also impressed by the aesthetics, i.e. design of this TV: it has a very thin OLED panel that is supported by a pretty hefty stand that gives me a lot of confidence that this TV is very stable (last year model, not so much). Even the back panel looks very clean and has cable management system to make it all tidy. The stand itself with its angled edges does not protrude a lot and functions as a virtual 5.1 surround sound distributor as the speakers are located right above it, and man does this TV sound great! As I mentioned earlier, its WebOS has been improved and is easy to maneuver around, all your Apps, inputs are intelligently organized. To make it even easier to navigate menus, LG gives you their Magic Remote. Its rubbery button layout is nice and has Netflix, Amazon Prime Video devoted buttons to start up your movies. The Mic button activates Google Assistant and with the help of voice commands you can change channels, turn your TV off, check weather - the sky is your limit. And if you like Amazon Alexa, LG will be bringing an update later on to enable the assistant. Also support for Apple AirPlay 2 is coming later this year too. All in all, LG OLED C9 is an outstanding TV with superb PQ, pure blacks, popping colors, excellent off angle viewing, crisp sound and simply an engineering beauty. This review was submitted as a part of LG Insider program. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Most helpful negative review
1 customers found this helpful
Beautiful picture; klunky Alexa; no last channel
As all the reviews say the picture is beautiful, great dynamics, blah, blah, blah. Let me sum what what all these reviews ignore. First and I think this is egregiously stupid on LG's part, there is no last/previous channel button on their “magic remote.” The remote is great, I like the scrolling wheel, but no last channel. To do this, you have to click a button to open a sub-menu and then scroll to “last.” It's cumbersome and not convenient. It's 2019, remotes have been around for, what, 30 years, and LG engineers have not figured out the convenience and value of this button?! Second, the interface with Alexa is klunky at best and doesn't work at worst. The TV is registered with Alexa and every time I ask Alexa to do something like “Alexa, turn off the TV” she replies “The TV is not responding. Please check the connection.” I check the WiFi connection and it's connected... It could be a lot better. Third, LG OLED TVs do not like Sonos sound systems and I think some other brands, as well. When I first hooked every thing up voices were not synchronized by a long shot. I probably spent two nights and half of Saturday searching online for a solution. I found the solution in a LG forum by a user who reported what worked for him. It is a major issue that tons of people have complained about and yet LG offers zero input or solutions for people to fix this problem. They have chosen to bury their heads in the sand and act like there is no problem. It is embarrassing when TomDickHarry123 in a community forum provides better technical support than LG. The solution: change the sound setting in the TV to “straight through” or something like that. Super easy fix...if you know where to look. If you don't know where to look then good luck randomly pushing buttons. Something so simple would fit very nicely in one sentence in LG's help section!
Most helpful positive review
4 customers found this helpful
One of the Best OLED TVs! Read the Review!
LG has done it again with OLED C9 series TV - it is one of the best TVs currently on the market! Last year it was LG's C8 OLED TV and one would not think that there was any way to improve it and make it better, however LG engineers had a lot to offer and made OLED C9 series stand out once again. I thought I would never say that, but I find this TV almost perfect in its design and function. First of all, I'll throw some technical terms out there: HDMI 2.1, eARC, Variable Refresh Rate , HDR10 - all these are new upgrades and best of all, they futureproof this TV for the years to come. LG also improved and upgraded its Alpha 9 to Gen 2 processor which is responsible for image processing with the help of AI (artificial intelligence) as well as AI enabled sound improvements and even its smart functions are being AI analyzed (WebOS with ThinQ AI). Basically, all the above mentioned features make this TV produce superb image quality, amazing quality sound and ease of use in navigation whether you are you switching inputs or changing something in the Settings. I believe these are pretty important things as we are all looking for these features when buying a new TV. I am also impressed by the aesthetics, i.e. design of this TV: it has a very thin OLED panel that is supported by a pretty hefty stand that gives me a lot of confidence that this TV is very stable (last year model, not so much). Even the back panel looks very clean and has cable management system to make it all tidy. The stand itself with its angled edges does not protrude a lot and functions as a virtual 5.1 surround sound distributor as the speakers are located right above it, and man does this TV sound great! As I mentioned earlier, its WebOS has been improved and is easy to maneuver around, all your Apps, inputs are intelligently organized. To make it even easier to navigate menus, LG gives you their Magic Remote. Its rubbery button layout is nice and has Netflix, Amazon Prime Video devoted buttons to start up your movies. The Mic button activates Google Assistant and with the help of voice commands you can change channels, turn your TV off, check weather - the sky is your limit. And if you like Amazon Alexa, LG will be bringing an update later on to enable the assistant. Also support for Apple AirPlay 2 is coming later this year too. All in all, LG OLED C9 is an outstanding TV with superb PQ, pure blacks, popping colors, excellent off angle viewing, crisp sound and simply an engineering beauty. This review was submitted as a part of LG Insider program. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Most helpful negative review
1 customers found this helpful
Beautiful picture; klunky Alexa; no last channel
As all the reviews say the picture is beautiful, great dynamics, blah, blah, blah. Let me sum what what all these reviews ignore. First and I think this is egregiously stupid on LG's part, there is no last/previous channel button on their “magic remote.” The remote is great, I like the scrolling wheel, but no last channel. To do this, you have to click a button to open a sub-menu and then scroll to “last.” It's cumbersome and not convenient. It's 2019, remotes have been around for, what, 30 years, and LG engineers have not figured out the convenience and value of this button?! Second, the interface with Alexa is klunky at best and doesn't work at worst. The TV is registered with Alexa and every time I ask Alexa to do something like “Alexa, turn off the TV” she replies “The TV is not responding. Please check the connection.” I check the WiFi connection and it's connected... It could be a lot better. Third, LG OLED TVs do not like Sonos sound systems and I think some other brands, as well. When I first hooked every thing up voices were not synchronized by a long shot. I probably spent two nights and half of Saturday searching online for a solution. I found the solution in a LG forum by a user who reported what worked for him. It is a major issue that tons of people have complained about and yet LG offers zero input or solutions for people to fix this problem. They have chosen to bury their heads in the sand and act like there is no problem. It is embarrassing when TomDickHarry123 in a community forum provides better technical support than LG. The solution: change the sound setting in the TV to “straight through” or something like that. Super easy fix...if you know where to look. If you don't know where to look then good luck randomly pushing buttons. Something so simple would fit very nicely in one sentence in LG's help section!
1-10 of 159 reviews

amazing

We have the Lg oled 65 in c9 and it's the best decision we have ever made. The picture quality is amazing completely clear and makes you feel like you are actually watching it live in person right in the comfort of your own home. It is a pain to hang but thats just because its so fragile so was worried about breaking it. We are completely in love with our new tv and we could never go back to a plain lcd again. The remote is a little of a pain because we keep having to rehook up our bluray because its threw a surround system but im sure we will figure it out. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

One of the Best OLED TVs! Read the Review!

LG has done it again with OLED C9 series TV - it is one of the best TVs currently on the market! Last year it was LG's C8 OLED TV and one would not think that there was any way to improve it and make it better, however LG engineers had a lot to offer and made OLED C9 series stand out once again. I thought I would never say that, but I find this TV almost perfect in its design and function. First of all, I'll throw some technical terms out there: HDMI 2.1, eARC, Variable Refresh Rate , HDR10 - all these are new upgrades and best of all, they futureproof this TV for the years to come. LG also improved and upgraded its Alpha 9 to Gen 2 processor which is responsible for image processing with the help of AI (artificial intelligence) as well as AI enabled sound improvements and even its smart functions are being AI analyzed (WebOS with ThinQ AI). Basically, all the above mentioned features make this TV produce superb image quality, amazing quality sound and ease of use in navigation whether you are you switching inputs or changing something in the Settings. I believe these are pretty important things as we are all looking for these features when buying a new TV. I am also impressed by the aesthetics, i.e. design of this TV: it has a very thin OLED panel that is supported by a pretty hefty stand that gives me a lot of confidence that this TV is very stable (last year model, not so much). Even the back panel looks very clean and has cable management system to make it all tidy. The stand itself with its angled edges does not protrude a lot and functions as a virtual 5.1 surround sound distributor as the speakers are located right above it, and man does this TV sound great! As I mentioned earlier, its WebOS has been improved and is easy to maneuver around, all your Apps, inputs are intelligently organized. To make it even easier to navigate menus, LG gives you their Magic Remote. Its rubbery button layout is nice and has Netflix, Amazon Prime Video devoted buttons to start up your movies. The Mic button activates Google Assistant and with the help of voice commands you can change channels, turn your TV off, check weather - the sky is your limit. And if you like Amazon Alexa, LG will be bringing an update later on to enable the assistant. Also support for Apple AirPlay 2 is coming later this year too. All in all, LG OLED C9 is an outstanding TV with superb PQ, pure blacks, popping colors, excellent off angle viewing, crisp sound and simply an engineering beauty.

This review was submitted as a part of LG Insider program. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Awesome TV

I had been watching the pricing for this television for the past year. From $3499 all the way down to $2049. When I saw that it went to $2049, I didn't think twice about purchasing it. I've owned the OLED C9 65” for about two weeks now and I have nothing but positive feedback. I started playing the PS4 game, days gone. Whoa, what a difference compared to my older led Samsung, I believe it was the 7100 series. The black is absolutely perfect and the color depth is unreal. I am very happy with this purchase. Absolutely no buyers remorse what so ever!

The best picture quality

This is just the best TV I have yet purchased.

It has beatiful colours and the black is darker than a black hole.

Once you have experienced this OLED TV you will never be able to view something on another TV without thinking about this one.

The soundbar connection via HDMI ARC was super easy. Literally just plug & play. All internet connection and Netflix and co works perfectly fine and it recognizes that you can watch HDR and Dolby Atmos.

The magic remote is the best TV remote yet. The only downside is the little OK button.

Overall I have to say it is a must buy if you want the best movie watching experience at home!

good tv,the best

I bought this tv a month ago and an so happy tha I did...

Just Stellar!!

Got this TV about a month ago. Upgraded from a 1.5yr old LG LED 75" tv which I also loved. All I really have to say is OLED is no joke. The picture detail and colors are fantastic, and the black levels are just perfect. Overall extremely satisfied with the C9!

Great TV! I am impressed by the picture and sound. One complaint, the remote is not backlit. I have to use a flashlight until I get used to the buttons.

Best Picture but Several Issues

It definitely has the picture quality that all the reviewers say...The best of any TV on the market period. Better than Sony and Samsung QLED's. I did tons of research before buying it. The Magic remote control is really great, works like an air mouse.

However I couple of issues to warn about:

1. This is very very feature rich and complex device and there is NO complete owners manual that goes through everything in detail. There are TERRIBLE INCOMPLETE online and electronic manuals that don't cover all features and the ones that are covered are so brief they are WORTHLESS. The available PDF's are small quick guide to install and use and are also WORTHLESS. I have purchased tons of high end and regular electronics for 30+ years and this is the ONLY device that has no available complete manual.

REALLY STUPID LG!

2. I kept having a situation where I was losing picture and sound when watching FIOS cable TV. Both LG and VERIZON were WORTHLESS. I had to figure out on my own that the FIOS cable box was incompatible with some of the advanced HDMI settings such as CEC. after turning them off the problem stopped. Again, If there was a complete and thorough user's manual, I could have figured it out much easier, instead of the nightmare I went through. Be careful!

If it weren't for the above two issues, this would have easily been a 5 out of 5 review. But I wanted everyone to know about this before and after they purchase this TV.

Maybe LG will get enough complaints and release a complete manual, I mean this is not a $30 toaster over???

Great picture

I bought this three weeks ago and the colors are vivid . I will say that in some cases the picture is not as clear and sharp as the plasma it replaced. I notice it most in longer distance shots or shots that have up close and distance in same shot. Watching hockey game puck is a blur and can't always tell where it is. Am having calibration done in a month and hopefully that will help.

Great Picture - Remote and certain features not so

I purchased this last month as I wanted the latest updates from the LG OLED. The pictures is very good and the provides the best picture of any TV I have ever owned. I also purchased and LG Soundbar to ensure I had compatible products for the TV feature set. Overall things worked well with one important exception. The Hdmi ARC feature does not work well even though I have both LG products, you still have to manually turn on the Soundbar each morning. Once it is on it works fine the rest of the day, but each morning it has this problem. I have worked with LG support for probably 20 hours and they are not able to solve this. They even had me return the Soundbar, which I did and still have the same problem. The remote also is very spotty and even though it says it should would as far as 50 feet, it will not work more than 10 feet away and then only if you point it directly at a high spot on the TV. Very disappointed as the TV as superior in picture quality and they are unable to get these basic necessary features working.

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Electrode, Comp-805472393, DC-prod-az-southcentralus-18, ENV-prod-a, PROF-PROD, VER-30.0.3-ebf-2, SHA-8c8e8dc1c07e462c80c1b82096c2da2858100078, CID-cee565f6-ba2-16f0263a0f730f, Generated: Sat, 14 Dec 2019 03:11:21 GMT