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Good image quality
Easy to use
Surprisingly Noticeable Improvement Over Other LED Technology
The picture quality of LG OLED, with pure blacks right alongside the bright and white pixels across an entire screen full of typical video picture, avoiding the pixel brightness bleed-over or 'blooming' effect, is far more noticeable than you might initially believe and, like me, probably wouldn't notice in a showroom with all the bright overhead lights creating reflections and glare. LG OLED is a drastic and noticeable picture quality improvement in the real-world dark evenings viewing over other HDTV LED technologies. Initially I bought a Samsung 9-series (top of their Neo QLED 4K line) 65" QN65QN90A to replace my 15 plus year old Panasonic Plasma TV, and was beyond disappointed and preferred the picture clarity of the 15 year old plasma over the brand new Samsung, so returned it and researched further and bought the LG OLED C1 - immediately noticed the significant improvement in picture quality/clarity of the LG OLED over the Samsung QLED - LG OLED is what ideal HDTV is expected to be, without the fuzziness created by bright pixels 'blooming' into dark pixels. The LG user interface is also very user friendly and not buggy, which sounds like an unnecessary observation so I'll contrast why that is 'remarkable' by comparing to Samsung's terrible GUI programming. The Samsung user interface is full of programming bugs that haven't been corrected by Samsung over at least 3 separate model years. Talking with a neighbor with a low end Samsung from 3 model years prior, I found they have the exact same Samsung GUI interface glitches, bugs and poor functionality as the 2021 model year high end 9-series Neo QN90A , meaning Samsung hasn't bothered to correct and improve simple lines of programming code for over 4 years. For instance, certain Settings submenus would be randomly grayed out / disabled for no reason (including primary functions like Picture for changing Brightness/Contrast/Color Mode etc, and Broadcast for scanning over-the-air OTA HDTV channels - simply turn off the Samsung TV power and turn back on a second or 2 later and the menu option becomes enabled again. Many advanced functions deep in the nested Samsung menus would be grayed out or when selected say 'This feature not available' - leaving you unsure if it is because of the random menu disabled programming bugs or the feature really isn't available on this model (then why would it be listed in this model's menu structure, easy to hide with simple programming and model-specific 'properties' files). The Samsung program guide often defaults back to the eastern time zone even though the TV is connected to the internet, showing the wrong TV Guide time period, once you change a channel, Samsung logic then re-reads the time from whichever source (internet, OTA broadcast signal, internal TV BIOS clock) and shows the correct time and program guide time period again - there is no problem with any other computer or device connected to the internet and the router timeclock remains with the correct time while Samsung programming logic is confused. For OTA channels, you can't manually add a single channel, Samsung needs to rescan all channels which takes longer and you lose far distant channels that come in and out of signal strength. Your favorite channels also get reset by Samsung's scanning and possibly other functions. There were numerous other inexcusable Samsung glitches I've already purged from my memory. All of which my neighbor with a lower end Samsung model 3 years earlier has the same uncorrected Samsung programming bugs. The LG GUI has none of these Samsung GUI issues, and LG allows you to manually add OTA HDTV channels to your existing scanned list even if the channel doesn't have a signal at the time you add it to the LG channel list, and so on with more real world useful functionality that you would and should normally take for granted. Do yourself a huge favor and go with LG OLED technology.
Verified purchase: No
Great value - high quality product for an extremely good price.
This 65" LG OLED C1 TV was independently rated as one of the best and it did not disappoint. I wanted to purchase one for a while and when eBay offered it an exceptionally good price, I pulled the trigger. I'm a very satisfied customer.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: electronic_express
This is an OLED TV. Big difference in picture quality. I love it.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: david4748
Best tv ever! Don’t play around get the best picture
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: firstclasstvs
Last years model
This is the model previous to new C1 this is C9. I am not a gamer so this model at half the price of a C1 was great for me. If you want oled and not a gamer try this model if you find a new one.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: herfr_3407