Best shopping ever we enjoy the quality and speed, very nice and sharp colours and feel like you have home cinema and my family is so happy with this Lg Tv.
I purchased this tv about two and a half years ago. When new it produced the best picture bar none. However over the last 6 months burn in has become an unacceptable issue. Channel logos, tinted banding across the screen and an area like an oval in the centre of the screen. I will not buy oled again.
BEWARE burn in problems
Bought this c7 oled tv nearly 3 years ago, was happy at first but now have burn in at the bottom of the tv. Channel 9 logo plus other items along bottom of tv have been there for over 4 weeks now and will not go away, I believe a $3000 tv should last longer than 3 years. That's it for me for lg oled, just bought a 8k samsung 75 inch and reckon the picture is better than what the OLED ever was.
Purchased in July 2018 at Harveys for A$3,000.00.
Get an android TV instead
This smart TV (not android) does not have a Google Play store so that trying to download an app that is not already there is nigh on impossible. I wanted to stream Gaia TV but there is nowhere to do this. Really regret buying this TV although the quality of picture is very good and, like most modern TVs, you have to get a soundbar for decent sound. 3 HDMI ports and no problem getting wireless and Bluetooth.
SCREEN BURN IN DO NOT BUY!!!!!
DO NOT BUY!!!!!
We purchased our 55’’ Oled 4K 7/3/18. 4 months ago we noticed pale green channel decos were showing on our screen. They weren’t visible all the time as white and some colours hid them but red, orange and yellow made them show up as if they were meant to be there.
I was thinking it was something the channels had done like a water mark on a photo so ignored it until just after Christmas I had a look at my sons TV. Nope the marks weren’t there! That’s when I realised it was a problem with the TV.
I contacted product care and they...
The best tv i love it
I brought LG QLED65 in april .it is very gud tv I bought from gud guys . Picture quality is fantastic and Very gud price .i like the speed and specially the magic remote and apps in the tv .highly recommended
Best T.V.ever !
I purchased a 70 inch LG television and am delighted with it.
It is the best T V. l've ever had..
Being a smart T.V.with Utube makes it unbeatable ..the HD picture is sharp and true colour ..as is the sound .
Being a 70 inch television makes everything so life like ..
Love it !
Purchased in September 2018 for A$2,500.00.
Perfect and awesome to experience
Love this tv, you won’t enjoy watching other tvs. The images are sharp and colours super clear. We use it for Netflix and as a smart tv. Bought the tv based on reviews and have t been disappointed!
- OLED65C7T (65")
- Verified purchase
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This is my experience with LGs C7 OLED TV.
I bought this TV holiday time 2017 and paid $3999 from Harvey Norman, sold to me as the best TV a consumer can buy.
I don't think I have high expectations but this TV is not the best TV you can buy.
The picture quality is fantastic, in a dark room. Leave it at that. It has trouble differentiating dark from black but in a dark room it looks fantastic. But that's not really a concern.
The main issues are the technical failures:
To sum it up:
Audio out over HDMI (ARC) failure... After arguing wi...
This was at a good price and excellent product
It was complementary to my other products plus I find that when I go in they are very helpful. And the ladies are very nice people to do business with .thankyou and more people took more care of the customers and if one line business was just as wish you would feel safe
Love this TV!
Have used this TV for about a 2 months and have had no issues and find it really easy to use things like Netflix and Stan as it’s already on the tv without the need to go through a PlayStation etc. The picture is great and even better when watching HD channels. The remote can be a tad tedious as it’s the magic wand but once you get the hang of it it’s fine.
BEWARE SCREEN BURN
Would never have bought this TV if I'd have known of this problem. Sure the picture is outstanding but when you can see logos burnt into your screen it defeats the pro's. Absolutely shattered, $4000 down the gurgler. And now the picture is flickering on and off when you start it in the morning. Hopefully LG will swap it with an LCD model.
It’s a decent tv
The tv itself looks amazing from the outside aesthetically, however, from an internal point of view, I didn’t realise til I bought it that the tv was a side lit tv, not a backlit tv. It’s not until you start purchasing really expensive tvs that you get a nicer picture. Unfortunately, wish I got a Sony.
Hi Res Clear screen
This a great tv. The screen is so clear made up of over 1 billion individuals. It’s quick to change from one channel to the next. It’s very slim and comes with a stand for tv unit or wall mounting. The system is easy to use so we can connect to Netflix or YouTube with the touch of a button on the remote.
Great image and quality
This was our first smart TV and I am slowly learning how to use it. My sons learnt how to operate it really quickly. I find that I can change from live TV to Netflix to HDMI easily. I just do not seem to use the TV anymore. My sons are able to use youtube but the streaming is limited. For higher resolution videos, we plug the laptop next to the screen and it works really well.
- OLED65C7T (65")
- Verified purchase
Disappointed by the limitations of webOS
The only positive thing I can say about this TV is that the picture quality is good, otherwise, it is very disappointing.
The TV’s operating system is LG’s proprietary ‘webOS’ which is cumbersome, clunky, difficult to use, and has flawed features.
Don’t bother connecting to a home media server. I have tried streaming from Kodi, Plex and Windows 10 media streaming. For Windows 10 and Kodi the TV sees the server but won’t recognise widely accepted media formats like jpg and mp4. Plex thankfully recognises photo and videos formats, however, Plex...
Great picture and handy operating system
OLED technology produces a wonderful picture. It shows up 4K movies/shows on Netflix really well.
Integration is done very well. Simple connectivity to Apple TV, home theatre system, USB, wifi, and iDevices.
iPhone app is useful for those lazy times when the remote requires climbing out of reclining couch heaven or if you're in the other room and need turn the kids shows down a bit.
Operating system is useful for not just free-to-air but also for accessing Netflix, Stan, Youtube and the other on-demand streaming sites.
The best of the best
If you're looking for a quality TV with AMAZING picture then this is the one. From the built in Netflix app, to the speed of the functions I cannot fault it. When I have friends over they always comment on how good everything looks on the screen. A show stopper.
Simply the best
OLED is amazing the quality, colour and sharpness is unlike anything else. Can have a sound bar but seriously it’s not required. Anyone who purchase this tv will not be disappointed. Super thin for stand or wall. Love it the best thing I have purchased. Don’t think twice if you are thinking of getting one!
- OLED65C7T (65")
- Verified purchase
OLED is AMAZING!
The panel on this OLED TV is amazing. Pure blacks, deep colours, excellent contrasts. It's best feature is the picture quality. It has plenty of apps to install. I run Netflix through it, and it also even has a Dolby Vision/Atmos demo app with a dozen or so clips with beautiful imagery and sound. Perfect for showing off your system. Plenty of professional tweaking options for pro users, or even basic ones for the every day watcher. It comes with enough HDMI inputs for basic equipment. It is best to use a AV receiver though to get the most out o...f it. It even has the HDMI ARC feature which runs audio back down into an receiver without the need for an optical cord. Supports 4K viewing @60Hz and HDR10. An amazing TV overall, and totally kills LED, QLED and LCD monitors..
Questions & Answers
i have a small white spot on the top upper left of the screen. it is there during local tv programs. netflix, foxtel, stan etc. Is this pixel that is not functioning properly? Or has a pixel died?It is not there when the TV is off
It sounds like a dead pixel. If you have warranty left contact the place of purchase or if extended warranty contact them to have it checked/replaced/repaired. I wholly advise you to ask for either a store credit to get a different brand of TV. If they won't do that for you tell them you want a replacement. Don't allow them to fix it, doubt they would anyway as a dead pixel means a new screen which is more costly than a TV.
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