Bargain – The LG 55C1 “4-Star” TV for €1,039.00 (ready)

The LG 55C1 TV goes for less than €1100 at Ubaldi. It’s currently one of our best value for money.

As every year, LG renews its range of Oled TVs. The LG C1 thus takes the place of the LG CX with some changes such as a new processor, a new interface or even a completely revised remote control.

LG55C1

Introductory price €1790

  • Fnac.com used marketplace

    902.89

  • RakutenRakuten

    959.00

  • CD discount marketplaceCD discount marketplace

    1,039.00

  • IaconoIacono

    1,045.00

  • Amazon marketplaceAmazon marketplace

    1,123.00

  • UbaldiUbaldi

    1,123.00

  • Son-Video.comSon-Video.com

    1,149.00

  • Fnac.com MarketplaceFnac.com Marketplace

    1,173.94

  • LDLCLDLC

    1,190.95

  • Material.netMaterial.net

    1,190.95

  • La Redoute market squareLa Redoute market square

    1,215.13

  • baker.combaker.com

    1,290.00

  • fnac.comfnac.com

    1,299.00

  • Darty.comDarty.com

    1,299.00

  • LG electronicsLG electronics

    1,299.00

  • ManoManoManoMano

    1,301.77

  • LongLong

    1,397.99

  • eBayeBay

    1,290.00

This is how the pricing table works

No fault for the LG 55C1 which, like its predecessor, is one of the most successful TVs on the market. It shows a perfectly calibrated image in SDR and HDR, very wide viewing angles and infinite contrast. The surprise comes from the increasing brightness peak, which rivals that of the LG G1, which still features the Oled Evo panel. The LG 55C1 caters to both movie buffs and video game enthusiasts thanks to its impeccable responsiveness and integration of essential features for the latest gaming consoles (HDMI 2.1, 4K120, VRR). Certainly one of the best Oled TVs on the market.

strong points

  • Picture quality.
  • Outstanding colorimetry in HDR.
  • Increased peak brightness (G1 model interest?)
  • Filmmaker mode.
  • Infinite Contrast.
  • viewing angle.
  • Always-executing α9 processor.
  • Efficient Oled Motion Pro system.
  • Oled technology responsiveness, excellent display lag.
  • HDMI 2.1 compatibility (VRR, ALLM, eARC), FreeSync and G-Sync.
  • Dolby Vision IQ.

weak points

  • Remote control without backlight.
  • Peak brightness in HDR mode still lower than the best LCD TVs.

alternative

LG48C1

Introductory price €1290

  • IaconoIacono

    888.00

  • CD discount marketplaceCD discount marketplace

    895.83

  • UbaldiUbaldi

    899.00

  • Amazon marketplaceAmazon marketplace

    926.00

  • RakutenRakuten

    926.00

  • Son-Video.comSon-Video.com

    990.00

  • Fnac.com MarketplaceFnac.com Marketplace

    997.00

  • fnac.comfnac.com

    999.00

  • baker.combaker.com

    999.00

  • Darty.comDarty.com

    999.00

  • La Redoute market squareLa Redoute market square

    999.00

  • LDLCLDLC

    1,019.95

  • Material.netMaterial.net

    1,019.95

  • LG electronicsLG electronics

    1,099.00

  • eBayeBay

    999.00

This is how the pricing table works

Perfect for the LG 48C1 – the 48 inch (122 cm) version of the LG 55C1 we tested – which, like its predecessor, is one of the most successful TVs on the market. It shows a perfectly calibrated image in SDR and HDR, very wide viewing angles and infinite contrast. The surprise comes from the increasing brightness peak, which rivals that of the LG G1, which still features the Oled Evo panel. The LG 48C1 caters to both movie buffs and video game enthusiasts thanks to its impeccable responsiveness and integration of essential features for the latest gaming consoles (HDMI 2.1, 4K120, VRR). Certainly one of the best Oled TVs on the market.

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