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LG OLED55C8LLA (55", 4K, OLED)

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EUR 1554,–

LG OLED55C8LLA (55", 4K, OLED)

Description

The LG OLED TV 55C8 not only amazes your eyes! It takes your home entertainment experience to a new level and blends perfectly into your interior with the minimalist design of the Cinema Screen. The innovative 4K OLED panel ensures razor-sharp images and brilliant colors on perfect black - made possible by the self-illuminating pixels of OLED technology, which can be individually controlled. The α9 Intelligent Processor provides the extra portion of power in terms of performance and image quality. This revolutionary picture quality is accompanied by a breathtaking sound: The Dolby Atmos-capable 2.2 sound system with 40 watts draws you right into the action with its 360 degree surround sound. And thanks to webOS 4.0 (AI ThinQ), operation is easier and more intuitive than ever before.

The α9 Intelligent Processor is specifically designed to optimize picture quality and speed up TV performance. It can easily play back high-resolution image content at up to 120 FPS (frames per second). It also ensures that, for example, objects are isolated from the background and visually optimized.
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Specifications

Key specifications

Dynamic rangeHDR, Dolby Vision, HLG, HDR10
Screen technologyOLED
ClassificationPremium
Model year2018
Image resolution4K

General information

Manufacturer LG
Product type Television
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Television

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Item number11134247

Colour

Colour group
Black
Colour designation
Black

TV properties

Classification
Premium
Model year
2018
Series
Oled Series

Display properties

Screen size (inches)
55 "
Backlight
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Backlight

A backlight is used for liquid crystal screens and displays. The light is absorbed to varying degrees by the individually controlled liquid crystal cells arranged in front of it, which creates the impression of a self-luminous image.

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OLED – self-luminous
Screen size (cm)
139 cm
Screen technology
OLED
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OLED

A conventional LCD television first produces an image, which is then illuminated by an LED light source. Not like that with OLEDs. Here, the pixels not only create the image, but also glow by themselves. This allows them to be switched off in dark scenes like a light switch and thus achieve a deep black, which is particularly beneficial for the display of high contrast images - better known as HDR images.

LCD Panel Technology
no LCD
Image resolution
4K
Pixel resolution
3840 x 2160 Pixels
Dynamic range
HDR
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Dolby Vision
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HLG
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HDR10
3D system
No 3D
Input lag
21 ms
Source for input lag
https://www.displayspecifications.com

Multimedia functions

Multimedia functions
Yes
Operating system (OS)
webOS
Smart TV (Apps)
Yes
HbbTV
Yes
Further features
Web browser
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Time Shift
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4K HFR
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4K Cinema HDR
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Pixel Dimming
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Self Lighting Pixel
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Dolby Atmos
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Dolby Surround
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OLED surround
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alpha9 Intelligent Processor
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Intelligent speech recognition
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miracast overlay
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2K HFR
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recording function

Features + Functions

HEVC
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HEVC

High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), also known as H.265 or MPEG-H Part 2, is a standard for encoding video content.

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Yes
Audio output
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Audio output

The rated power is defined as the ("named") power of a device, an installation, an electrical consumer or another energy converter (generator, hydraulic motor, heat engine) which can convert (absorb) or generate (deliver) this power.

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40 W

Assembly

VESA Flat Display Mounting Interface
300 x 200 mm

Connections

Bluetooth
Yes
Wi-Fi
Yes
Number of CI+ slots
1 x
DVB-C
1 x
DVB-T2
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DVB-T2

DVB-T2 is an abbreviation for Digital Video Broadcasting – Second Generation Terrestrial; it is the upcoming extension of the existing standard DVB-T, issued by the European-based consortium DVB, devised for the broadcast transmission of digital terrestrial television. This system transmits compressed digital audio, video, and other data in Physical Layer Pipes (PLPs), using OFDM modulation with concatenated channel coding and interleaving.

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1 x
DVB-S2
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DVB-S2

Digital Video Broadcasting - Satellite - Second Generation (DVB-S2) is an enhanced specification to replace the DVB-S standard, developed in 2003 and ratified by ETSI (EN 302307) in March 2005. The development of DVB-S2 coincided with the introduction of HDTV and H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC) video codecs.

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1 x
PAL (analogue)
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PAL (analogue)

PAL, short for Phase Alternating Line, is an analog television encoding system used in broadcast television systems in large parts of the world.

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Yes
HDMI
4 x
USB 2.0 type A
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USB 2.0 type A

Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a serial bus standard to interface devices. USB was designed to allow many peripherals to be connected using a single standardized interface socket and to improve the plug-and-play capabilities by allowing devices to be connected and disconnected without rebooting the computer (hot swapping). Other convenient features include providing power to low-consumption devices without the need for an external power supply and allowing many devices to be used without requiring manufacturer specific, individual device drivers to be installed.
The Mini-B, Micro-A, Micro-B , and Micro-AB connectors are used for smaller devices such as PDAs, mobile phones or digital cameras. The Standard-A plug is approximately 4 by 12 mm, the Standard-B approximately 7 by 8 mm, and the Micro-A and Micro-B plugs approximately 2 by 7 mm.

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3 x
RJ45/LAN port
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RJ45/LAN port

Network connection allows connection to an internal or external network.

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1 x
Headphones
1 x
Optical TOSLINK
1 x

Energy declaration

Energy efficiency class
A

Delivery contents

Delivery contents
Pedestal
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Magic Remote Control

Display dimensions

Width
1228 mm
Height
707 mm
Depth
47 mm
Weight
16.30 kg

Product dimensions

Width
122.80 mm
Height
75.70 mm
Depth
23 mm
Weight including stand
19.10 kg

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Returns and warranty

Statutory warranty 24 month Bring-in

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Test reports

92%

Average rating 92%
Number of test reports 7

96%
testbericht.de Single test
Test score 96% - sehr gut
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Edition 01/2019- Das von LG hier geschnürte Gesamtpaket weiß vollauf zu überzeugen, der OLED55C8 wird jedes Heimkino mit seinen Vorzügen bereichern. Trotz seiner hübschen und sehr flachen Bauweise hat man es geschafft, leistungsfähige Lautsprecher zu integrieren, sodass ein für derartige Fernseher guten Klang das Ergebnis ist. Vor allem aber lebt der OLED-Fernseher von einem erstklassigen Bild mit nahezu perfektem Schwarz und schönen Farben. Wem dies noch nicht genug Unterhaltung bietet, darf sich auf eine Vielzahl an smarten Features und eine große Auswahl an App erfreuen. Dabei ist die Bedienung insgesamt einfach gelöst, zumal der LG beim Umschalten und generell sehr flotte Reaktionszeiten bietet. Unterm Strich ein moderner Fernseher wie er im Buche steht.more
Sehr gutes Panel mit perfekten Schwarzwerten und sehr gutem Bild
sehr gute Smart TV Funktionen
schnelle Reaktions- und Umschaltzeiten
einfache Bedienung
viele Apps
guter Klang für die flache Bausweise
Keine analogen Videoanschlüsse
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CT Magazin Test | LCD versus OLED
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Test score ohne Note
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Edition 19/2018 - Der LG OLED 55C8LA kommt mit einer gewölbten Fußleiste daher, diese dient ihm als Soundrutsche, welche den Ton nach vorne lenkt. Der Sound wird so ausgeglichen in den Raum gebracht, dank guter Surround-Eigenschaften im kompletten Raum. Bei der Bedienung erfordert er ein wenig Gewöhnung, die Menüs sind aber klar strukturiert. Besonderes Lob gibt es für das ausdrucksstarke Bild mit gleichmäßiger Ausleuchtung und tollen Farben.

ausdrucksstarkes Bild
gelungene Sprachsteuerung
kein Zappen in der Favoritenliste
keine analogen Signaleingänge
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95%
CHIP Online Single test
Test score 95,4% - sehr gut
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Edition 07/2018- Als einer der wenigen Mittelklasse-TVs aus dem UHD-Lager, erreicht der LG OLED55C8 eine mindestens gute Note in allen Bereichen des Tests. Gerade bei der Bildqualität erweist sich der Fernseher als eine hervorragende Wahl, das kontrastreiche OLED-Panel macht sich hier hervorragend. Für einen Fernseher ist auch der Klang in Ordnung, ist insgesamt aber etwas flach geraten. An der sehr umfassenden Ausstattung wiederum gibt es nichts zu bemängeln, ebenso wenig am geringen Stromverbrauch und dem fairen Preis.more
Sehr gutes OLED-Panel
Ausgezeichnete Ausstattung
Umfangreiche Smart-TV-Funktionen
Etwas flacher Klang
90%
Stiftung Warentest 55 Fernseher
Rank 1 out of 55
Test score 1,5 - sehr gut
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Edition 08/2018 - Auch wenn sie immer noch ein wenig teuer sind, OLED-TVs sind derzeit das Maß aller Dinge auf dem TV-Markt. Hier stellt sich der LG OLED55C8 als eine besonders gute Wahl vor, ein Fernseher mit vielen tollen Qualitäten. Im Bereich der Bildqualität setzt er mit sehr guten Ergebnissen in allen Belangen neue Maßstäbe, wobei dies mit einem sehr guten Klang einhergeht. Weiterhin bietet der LG-TV einen guten Bedienkomfort und lässt bei der Ausstattung nichts vermissen. Dass dabei auch der Stromverbrauch gering ist, ist ein nettes Gimmick.

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84%
Computer Bild Fernseher-Spezial - 55-Zoll-Fernseher im Vergleich
Rank 3 out of 6
Test score 1,8 - gut
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Edition 02/2019 - Wer für sein Geld die beste Bildqualität haben will, der ist in diesem Test am besten beim LG OLED55C8 aufgehoben. Er liefert nahezu perfekte Farben und die gebotene Helligkeit reicht auch für lichtdurchflutete Räume sehr gut aus. Vor allem auch die Kontraste sind phänomenal, viel besser sind HDR-Filme kaum darstellbar. Auch die ordentliche Klangqualität ist positiv zu nennen, die Ausstattung ist umfassen. Zudem ist die praktische Fernbedienung gelungen, die Bedienung sehr schnell gelernt.

Überragende Bildqualität
umfangreiche Ausstattung
schlüssige Bedienung
Standbilder hinterlassen teils langsam verschwindende Spuren
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100%
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Edition 07/2018- Schon der Vorgänger war ein Erfolg, der LG OLED55C8 setzt diese Story gekonnt vor. Er präsentiert sich in einem eleganten und schlichten Design, die Bedienung ist durchweg einfach. Der Fernseher ist sehr zuverlässig, die Einstellmöglichkeiten sind sehr vielfältig. Bei jedem Licht und jeder Quelle sind dank sehr guten Bild-Programmen die besten Ergebnisse möglich. Das Bild ist generell sehr plastisch und fein gestaffelt, die Farben sind sehr authentisch. Der Gesamt-Kontrastumfang ist dank HDR10 sehr gut, der Klang ebenso überzeugend. Auch die Streaming-Fähigkeiten des OLED-TVs kann sich sehen lassen.more
84%
Computer Bild WM Spezial: 6 Fernseher im Vergleich
Rank 1 out of 6
Test score 1,8 - gut
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Edition 12/2018 - Wenn vor der WM noch schnell ein neuer Fernseher angeschafft werden soll, stellt der LG OLED55C8 eine sehr gute Wahl dar. Der OLED-TV kann sich vor allem durch ein sehr starkes Bild auszeichnen, hier bietet er nahezu perfekte Kontraste und sehr natürliche Farben. Mit seiner starken Leuchtkraft ist er sogar für helle Umgebungen gut geeignet. Von der TV-Unterseite gleitet der Klang gekonnt zum Zuschauer, das Ergebnis ist ein passabler Sound. LG hat weiterhin Veränderungen am WebOS vorgenommen, gerade die Sprachsteuerung hat davon profitiert. So lässt sich der Sender jetzt ganz komfortabel per Ansage umschalten. Auch der Google Assistant soll per Update zum sehr guten Gesamtpaket beitragen.

Tolle Bildquaität
großer Betrachtungswinkel
gute Ausstattung
Keine analogen Videoanschlüsse
OLED-Bildschirm nicht für für Standbilder
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