LG - LG 55C9


LG 55C9 TV: the Oled improves further

Aprox. 1299€

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Positive points

Image quality.

Excellent colorimetry in HDR Cinema mode.

Faithful HDR processing.

Infinite contrast.

Viewing angles.

Always efficient α9 processor.

Responsiveness of Oled technology.

Excellent delay on display.

HDMI 2.1 compatibility (VRR, ALLM, eARC).

Consumption down compared to last year.

Bad points

Non-backlit remote control.

Brightness peak in HDR mode.

Our review


In line with the C8, the LG 55C9 - 55 inch version of the LG 65C9 that we tested - is approaching perfection. It delivers an image perfectly calibrated in SDR and HDR, infinite contrast and offers very wide viewing angles. This year, LG improves the delay in display by simply offering the best on the market and offers the first HDMI 2.1 compatible model bringing its share of additional functionality (VRR, ALLM, eARC). It is certainly one of the best televisions on the market. The only complaint we could make about it is its reduced brightness peak in HDR, but this is the case on all Oled models.