LG C7P Series 55"-Class UHD Smart OLED TV

LG C7P Series 55"-Class UHD Smart OLED TV

LG C7P Series 55"-Class UHD Smart OLED TV

B&H # LGOLED55C7P MFR # OLED55C7P
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Product Highlights

  • UHD 3840 x 2160 OLED Panel
  • HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG HDR Compatible
  • Screen Mirroring Technology
  • Built-In Wi-Fi & Ethernet Connectivity
  • Access LG Content Store & Apps
  • Full Web Browser
  • 4 x HDMI / 3 x USB
  • Tru Color Accuracy
  • Dolby Atmos and DTS-HD Decoders
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LG C7P overview

  • 1Description

View content at four times the resolution of 1080p with the LG C7P Series 55"-Class UHD Smart OLED TV. It will upscale lower-resolution video sources to near-4K quality for improved clarity. This TV has a 54.6" OLED display for enhanced black levels and virtually infinite contrast. Being HDR10-, Dolby Vision-, and HLG-compatible, it can display a wider range of color with compatible content than non-HDR TVs.

The C7P has built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity to allow access to your favorite apps and Internet-based content via the LG Content Store and the integrated web browser. You can use your tablet or smartphone for media sharing and screen mirroring on the C7P. With four HDMI inputs, there are multiple options for connecting high-definition video sources. It also features a component and composite RCA input analog sources. Three USB ports are onboard for connecting multimedia peripherals like flash drives.

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Perfect Black & Cinematic Color
OLED pixels create their own light, and can switch off to achieve black levels with zero light bleed, providing the foundation for displaying lush, vibrant color.
Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos
The C7P series brings both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos together for enhanced video and audio quality.
Active HDR with Dolby Vision
Active HDR analyzes and optimizes HDR10 content scene-by-scene for an enhanced High Dynamic Range experience. It also supports Dolby Vision as well as the backward-compatible HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) HDR standard, helping to assure compatibility with most HDR content.
Slim OLED Design
Because OLED TVs require no backlight, the screen thickness can be reduced. This Blade Slim design enables it to hang more closely to the wall and blend-in better with nearly any home décor.
Additional Features
  • HDCP 2.2 on all HDMI inputs
  • HDR Effect
  • Tru Color Accuracy
  • ULTRA Luminance
  • 4K Upscaler
  • webOS 3.5
  • Natural Voice Recognition via remote
  • Universal remote control capability
  • LG Content Store
  • Full web browser
  • Channel Plus
  • Screen Share
  • Content Share
  • 2-channel audio
  • DTS-HD Decoder
  • OLED Surround mode
  • Hi-Fi Audio
  • Wireless Sound Sync
  • Wi-Fi Direct
  • IP Control
  • SIMPLINK HDMI CEC
UPC: 719192611047
In the Box
LG C7P Series 55"-Class UHD Smart OLED TV
  • Magic Remote Control
  • Stand Assembly
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description

    LG C7P specs

    Display
    Screen Size (Diagonal) 54.6"
    Panel Type OLED
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Pixel Resolution 3840 x 2160
    HDR Compatibility HDR10, Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log Gamma
    Video
    Video System NTSC
    TV Tuner Yes
    3D No
    Connectivity
    Primary Connectivity Location Display
    Input Ports 4 x HDMI – Audio, Video
    1 x RF Antenna – Audio, Video
    1 x RCA Composite – Video
    1 x RCA Stereo (L/R) – Audio
    1 x TOSLINK Optical – Audio
    Output Ports None
    USB Ports 3 x USB (Version Unspecified) – Audio, Photo, Video
    Ethernet LAN
    Control 1/8" (3.5 mm) Mini
    Speaker
    Sound Stereo
    Subwoofer None
    Power 40 W
    Convenience
    Wi-Fi Built-in
    Media Player None
    Digital Media Slot None
    Remote Control Yes
    Wall Mounting 300 x 200 mm
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    General
    Power Requirements 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz
    Power Consumption Standby: <  0.5 W
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 48.4 x 28.0 x 1.8" / 122.9 x 71.1 x 4.6 cm Without stand
    48.4 x 29.5 x 8.5" / 122.9 x 74.9 x 21.6 cm With stand
    Weight 38.1 lb / 17.3 kg Without stand
    42.3 lb / 19.2 kg With stand
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    Package Weight 62.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 56.5 x 31.5 x 8.0"

    LG C7P reviews

    C7P Series 55"-Class UHD Smart OLED TV is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 29.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Factory Settings Not Great 4K is awesome but tweaking to your satisfaction takes many nights, stations and media. Pressing the Use these setting for all inputs button does not actually transfer your settings to USB input. Don't know about the rest of the inputs. Playing back native 4K (from a DJI Mavic Pro drone) from a USB thumb drive is just mind blowing. Amazon Prime ultra HD originals also comes through extremely well. Don't have BluRay player but I can imagine it is also beautiful. The extra NITS that the 2017 model provides came in handy for me because the screen sits near a large picture window and even with blinds drawn the picture needs the extra oomph if you are going to maintain that beautiful black with detail in the shadows. It won't pair with my Comcast Xfinity PX022ANM box. I tried contacting LG and they said too bad, maybe some day they will get around to sticking one of their engineers on it. So I use 2 remotes - just like I have always had to do. Tech seems to stand still on this issue. My settings: (Starting with Bright Room mode) OLED Light - 44 Contrast - 100 Brightness - 45 H Sharpness - 32 V Sharpness - 32 Color - 42 Dynamic Contrast - High Super Resolution - High Color Gamut - Wide Edge Enhancer - Off Color Filter - Off Gamma 1.9 MPEG Noise Reduction - Auto Noise Reduction - Auto Black Level - Low Real Cinema - On Motion Eye Care - On True Motion - Off
    Date published: 2017-06-12
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dies After Less Than 2 Months I loved this TV (see my review above) but today it started exhibiting sharp thin horizontal lines towards the top of the picture. Within 15 minutes it turned itself off. I unplugged it for an hour then tried turning it on using the manual button on the back of the tv. No dice. Too late to return to B&H so need to do a request for warranty with LG. Back to watching the little tv.
    Date published: 2017-07-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from From a Panasonic TC-P55VT50 Plasma owner perspective First the good. Once configured properly the picture IS better than the non-3D picture of my plasma - which was the last version made by Panasonic and had a glass display instead of plexiglass - on non-4K sources. Depending on the source though you may still like the old plasma better. The VT50 has a subfield refresh rate of 800Hz so motion is very natural and smooth compared to the OLED which can seem oddly unnatural on some source material. For 4K sources which the Panasonic doesn't support it is obviously superior. It isn't so much the resolution as it is the color range and black levels. I would have to say that if I were only watching HD cable TV the switch to the OLED from Plasma would not be worth it. However, it is thanks to high speed streaming of Netflix video and 4K material where the picture is noticeably better than the Plasma. It is the picture clarity and colors. The picture is five stars fabulous. The Netflix interface is excellent. The plug and play support of a wireless keyboard using a USB dongle is great. ARC support is great (note however that it is ONLY on the #2 HDMI port). There's some bad, but the picture is so good once configured, and some features are nice, that it makes it worth it. The bad is more annoying and frustrating than pure bad: 1. If you like a well organized and logical user interface you are not going to like LG's implementation. It doesn't help that there is no good detailed manual for the TV even in downloadable form. The settings you want are all there it is just going to be a frustrating journey finding them and understanding how to ensure they are saved and associated with the inputs. 2. Too many pop-up notifications for everything as if the TV thinks you are an idiot. It's as if the designers left the software in debug mode. 3. The GUI reminds me of Windows 10 which I totally hate. Some useless pretty pictures that change, little substance, and a lot of disorganization. I suppose this is a repeat of #1, but it is that annoying. 4. The annoying interface makes me hate Panasonic for abandoning the US market. 5. No 3D. I love good ACTIVE 3D. I've kept my old Plasma just because the LG - and apparently no other OLED TV currently made - doesn't. One important thing to know is that you may have to upgrade your HDMI cables. I upgraded my Blu-ray player at the same time as the TV. I went from an OPPO UDP-105 to a UDP-205. I used my pre-existing HDMI cable to connect to the TV. Everything worked, but there was actually a problem. The old cables were HDMI 1.3 and don't support 4K HDR. You want HDMI 2.0 cables (aka 4K, HDR, etc. support). I only discovered my problem when I was configuring the TV and forced HDR on - the screen went whitish snowy with interspersed color dots. After switching to an HDMI 2.0 cable between the Blu-ray player and the TV I saw the REAL picture the TV was capable of and it was glorious. The bottom line is the picture is fantastic, Netflix interface is great, ARC support is great, and I would give it five stars if it weren't for the poor user interface (which includes all those annoying pop-ups) and lack of active 3D support.
    Date published: 2017-11-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! Got this fully calibrated via LUT-box, and it looks absolutely perfect!
    Date published: 2017-08-31
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Top rated by Consumer Reports, but... Nice set but expensive. Had it hooked up for perhaps four days now, and find it difficult to adjust the color, brightness and picture temperature. Out of the box, the screen was way too cool, with a very bluish image. Getting better, but find some programs worse than others, requiring manual adjustments. "Smart Picture Mode" is grayed out when using HDMI inputs, which is the way most people use a television now-a-days. LG were short-sighted with this one. With it activated, I would be getting the best possible image with this set. Without it, I constantly need to fiddle with the settings. Would I have bought this TV from a local store, I would return it. My Samsung plasma had a better image overall and didn't require me to go into the settings every ten minutes. Disappointing! This set would get two and one half stars at most.
    Date published: 2017-12-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Really Amazing TV - As Consumer Reports Says Pretty remarkable TV. I'm using the default settings and the picture is extremely good. I've watched standard 2K HD broadcasts upscaled to 4K. Remarkable. Try the National Geographic Channel's nature videos. OLED blacks make all images pop without over popping. Images recorded in darker environments - caves, underground rivers, etc. - make me feel I'm right there. "3D" effect when camera is moving is impressive. Watched a UHD Blu ray nature video. Fantastic. The sound is impressive. I removed the sound bar used with last TV. In videos with people, I notice no sound sync issues. It is possible to adjust for that in the setup, but I don't need it. The setup interface is easy to use, though you have to get used to using a mouse cursor moved by moving the remote control unit. My satellite box was identified and after I chose my cable provider, I was able to change channels with the LG remote.
    Date published: 2018-01-16
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from lousy audio, great video First the good. The picture is fantastic. We are not a fan of the "soap opera" effect and it is very easy to adjust that feature out. The blacks are truly black and the colors are fantastic. The menus are easy to negotiate. Now for the bad. The audio sync is lousy. You can adjust for it easy enough but it seems to keep losing the sync. If the problem persists, I will probably return.
    Date published: 2017-12-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful display with some sound issues The display is lifelike. The colors are true. The display is bright. I haven't mastered the sound yet. With some sources (Google fiber TV), I get a noticeable hiss whenever the speaker is speaking words with "s" and the sound overall is too bright. With other sources (YouTube) the sound is fine. Bass is understandably weak for all sources (it's a TV). Use a decent soundbar to address these sound issues. "Expedited delivery" was 4 business days from NJ to NC via UPS ground. Regular delivery from B&H is usually 2 business days for me.
    Date published: 2018-02-21
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