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LG OLED evo C2 Review & Rating

Even better now thanks to the panel upgrade?
Tobias

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As a studied technology journalist Tobi likes to write regularly about the colorful world of TV sets & Co. Further interests: Music, cars, gaming, soccer

LG OLED evo C2 - Brighter than ever before

With the upgrade to the OLED evo panel, the LG OLED evo C2 is more powerful than ever before. Even if that is still not enough for the absolute peak in terms of brightness. Nevertheless, the improved luminance especially affects the display of HDR content and helps to present the screen a bit more clearly in the room, particularly in brighter ambient light.

In terms of gaming features, LG’s OLED evo C2 also proved itself – unsurprisingly – in our test. Those features are numerous and leave nothing to be desired. In addition to 4K with 120 frames per second and the four full-fledged HDMI 2.1 ports, the top model from the C-series offers AMD’s FreeSync Premium, G-Sync, Dolby Vision, and last but not least, a first-class input lag that immediately brings any inputs to the screen.

OLED TVs are not the best choice when it comes to reflection behavior. The C2 is no exception and shows the expected sensitivity in this field. LG has also chosen a low distance to the edge of the bezel, which could lead to covering the lower edge of the screen when using soundbars that are slightly larger. The regulation of the Automatic Brightness Limiter also caught our eye rather negatively.

However, the LG OLED C2 is an excellent TV that we can highly recommend.

Pro
  • Contrast: ∞:1
  • Perfect black
  • Clear movements
  • Viewing angle
  • AMD FreeSync Premium
  • VRR & G-Sync Compatible VRR
  • Input Lag
  • Dolby Vision
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Alpha 9 Gen 5 AI Processor
Contra
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL)
  • Stability
Reflections Icon
Reflections
79%
OLED65C27LA 65"
Viewing Angle Icon
Viewing Angle
92%
OLED65C27LA 65"
SDR Image Quality Icon
SDR Image Quality
95%
OLED65C27LA 65"
HDR Image Quality Icon
HDR Image Quality
90%
OLED65C27LA 65"
Movies & Series Icon
Movies & Series
91%
OLED65C27LA 65"
Gaming Icon
Gaming
99%
OLED65C27LA 65"
Sports Icon
Sports
84%
OLED65C27LA 65"
Equipment Icon
Equipment
90%
OLED65C27LA 65"
Reflections
79%
Viewing Angle
92%
SDR Image Quality
95%
HDR Image Quality
90%
Movies & Series
91%
Gaming
99%
Sports
84%
Equipment
90%
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What the market has to offer as alternatives to the LG OLED evo C2

The LG OLED evo C2 places itself next to the brighter Samsung Neo QLED QN90B and its mini-LED technology. However, the QN95B cannot hold a candle to the C2 in terms of contrast. If you do not want to do without an Evo panel and self-luminous pixels, we recommend looking at LG’s OLED evo G1.

Last year’s model from the so-called Gallery series has a completely flat design and can be mounted on the wall almost without gaps. If you are looking for a home theater but do not want to miss out on an OLED, the Sony A80J could be another solution for you.

LG G1 OLED evo
4K / UHD
120 Hz
4x HDMI 2.1
LG OLED C1 vs G1
Sony A80J
4K / UHD
120 Hz
2x HDMI 2.1
LG OLED C1 vs Sony A80J

Modern design dress for the LG OLED evo C2

Once again, LG clearly hits the mark with the design of the LG OLED evo C2 and convinces us with a slim design and excellent build quality. Even the back of the panel is covered with a very thin layer of fabric that is hardly noticeable.

In our opinion, however, this didn’t necessarily have to be the case at this point. The thin shapes are also reflected in the display bezel, which we can barely see properly from the front.

  • Modern design
  • Narrow display frame
  • Flat panel
  • Clean cable routing
  • Smaller stand
  • Less stability
  • Stand height

Since the C2 does not have the so-called gallery design like its big brother, the G2, the electronics are located above the stand on the back, as expected. This area does not take up too much space either, but you cannot mount the TV completely flush to the wall.

If you still prefer to mount your TV on your wall, we’ll be happy to tell you in our comprehensive buying guide to TV wall mounts what you need to pay special attention to in order to securely mount your TV.

LG OLED evo C2: Not as stable as its predecessor

The base unit receives slight criticism. In contrast to last year’s model, it has shrunk a bit in terms of size. This also affected the stability of our review sample. The TV now absorbs shocks less well. However, this is also due to the significantly lower total weight. The C2 only weighs 18 kilograms.

Although this does not make the LG OLED evo C2 unstable, the C1’s wide stand has the edge in this field. Depending on the size, you don’t have to do without it though, because the 48 and 83 inch versions also have the base from last year. The 42-inch variant with the lateral stands is an exception.

If we look at the pure dimensions, a small base is of course advantageous, since you simply need less space and would still have room for a Blu-Ray receiver below the TV, for example. This space is larger on the C2 than on the predecessor, but it is still smaller than expected.

The space from the lower edge of the frame to the upper edge of our table is still relatively small. If you want to place a soundbar in front of the TV, this could lead to problems because you would cover a part of the lower screen.

That still leaves the numerous ports of the LG OLED evo C2. These are protected by a plastic cover in the center. To ensure proper cable routing, you can easily clip the data cables to the designated points. This way, everything can be neatly routed away from the TV through the center.

Thanks to the Evo panel, the LG OLED evo C2 is brighter.

The advantage of every TV with an OLED panel is the excellent black level and the – at least in theory – infinite contrast. LG’s OLED evo C2 is no exception.

On the contrary: LG goes one better with the C2 and equips the top model with a so-called OLED evo panel that uses so-called deuterium.

According to the Korean manufacturer, this allows for more efficient LEDs that increase brightness and picture accuracy. Admittedly: This technology is not new and was already installed in LG’s OLED evo G1 from last year.

  • Perfect black
  • Contrast ∞:1
  • 10 bit OLED panel
  • Peak brightness 850 nits
  • Viewing Angle
  • Alpha9 Gen5 AI Processor
  • Dolby Vision IQ
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter
  • Brightness Booster only from 55 inch size

Regardless, the 120 Hz panel with 10-bit color depth now achieves a visibly higher brightness level, which especially benefits HDR content. Our measurement results in a value of 850 nits here.

Nevertheless, LG’s OLED evo C2 cannot really compete with the LED-LCD rivals and has to take a back seat in this area, as expected.

Still reflection-prone despite improved brightness

Of course, the luminance performance is still sufficient to display the picture with enough brightness even with a lot of ambient light. The Evo panel also handles direct illumination relatively well. However, the screen is not insensitive to this.

However, TVs with self-luminous pixels have the advantage that they do not produce any blooming effect, which often occurs in dark scenes of backlit TVs and creates an unclean display.

LG’s OLED evo C2 also convinced us in terms of unifomity, which means the clean display of colored areas. Only the gray tones lag a bit behind. We could determine slight irregularities in this regard on our test device.

Excellent viewing angle on the LG OLED evo C2

As expected, we also hardly notice any losses in the quality of the display from acute angles. Therefore, nothing prevents long movie nights in larger groups.  The new 5th generation Alpha 9 processor provides enough power to ensure image optimization and navigation without problems. The Automatic Brightness Limiter, which is relatively aggressive in our eyes, received slight criticism. We noticed it in a negative way especially during fast scene changes.

Important note about the 42-inch size of the C2:

LG confirmed in April that the LG OLED 42C2, which is the version with the smallest panel, will not necessarily ship with an Evo panel based on OLED-EX technology.

Production bottlenecks prevent the production of evo panels in sufficiently high quantities. Instead, this model size can be produced with the older and less bright WBC panel. Since all TVs of the C-series are advertised with the addition “OLED Evo” from LG, you do not know in advance which panel your purchased TV has.

An additional highlight is the so-called Brightness Booster. This feature provides 20% more luminance. However, this function will only be available for sizes from 55 inches upwards due to excessive heat development in connection with the pixel density.

Smooth and fluid pictures are easily achieved with LG's OLED evo C2.

The 120 Hertz panel of the LG OLED evo C2 masters even fast picture movements on a high level thanks to the good motion handling. Thus, you can expect a smooth viewing experience.

Despite all the image corrections, you can’t avoid the Soap Opera Effect on the C2. This side effect occurs when the interpolation is enabled and makes people and objects stand out unusually from the background.

  • 120 Hz Panel
  • Response Time 1 ms
  • Judder removal
  • Stutter
  • Soap Opera Effect

If interpolation is turned off, however, slow camera movements can lead to image jerks – also called stutter – due to the so-called pulldown problem. Once again, the TV reliably filters out judder.

Due to an excellent response time, image blurring is hardly noticeable. Accordingly, our measurement resulted in a value of only 0.15 ms, which is in line with the manufacturer’s specifications.

The LG OLED evo C2 offers you pure gaming features

If we talk about gaming, the LG OLED evo C2 offers a comprehensive equipment package this year as well. Strictly speaking, you can hardly ask for a better TV in this context. Four full-fledged HDMI 2.1 interfaces should be enough to cover at least the current consoles and one or two additional devices.

Thanks to the immensely impressive input lag of about 5 ms, the screen reacts as fast as lightning and transmits your inputs to the C2’s panel almost immediately. This additionally rewards gamers with a good response time.

  • 4x HDMI 2.1 @ 48 Gbit/s
  • Input Lag ~5 ms
  • AMD FreeSync Premium
  • Variable Refresh Rate
  • G-Sync Compatible
  • Dolby Vision Gaming
  • Game Optimizer

Furthermore, the so-called Game Optimizer brings many additional functions like ALLM, Variable Refresh Rate or AMD FreeSync to the screen in a compact and easy-to-understand way. G-Sync compatibility has also been implemented again. Ugly screen tearing is therefore not a problem.

Especially owners of a current Microsoft console will get their money’s worth. Dolby Vision Gaming is once again part of the package and makes your favorite game look even better. In addition, LG’s OLED evo C2 of course offers [email protected].

Clean playback without real boom

Although sound reproduction is not an absolute foreign word for today’s TVs, it usually fails to provide a powerful bass. LG’s OLED C2 is no exception.

The 2.2. sound system with the 20 watt woofer and 10 watts per channel provides a clean and clear sound quality, but cannot pull anything off the ice in the low frequency range and is affected by strong fluctuations in the range between 50 and 150 hertz.

  • Clean sound reproduction
  • HDMI eARC
  • Dolby Atmos
  • 2.2 sound system with 40 Watt
  • Powerful basses
  • DTS:X is missing

The narrow design makes things worse and simply doesn’t allow for any resonance. Dialogs and voices, on the other hand, are reproduced cleanly and clearly, and trebles are additionally emphasized. However, even the C2 reaches its limits during action scenes and loud music at the latest. Altogether, however, the C2 has a sufficient overall sound that is quite suitable for daily use.

Generally, you will use a different solution for an LG TV in this price range anyway, in order to physically integrate the virtual 7.1.2 soundscape of the sound sources into your room and take full advantage of Dolby Atmos.

However, if you still have doubts about whether you want to get the big home theater experience at home, we will be happy to help you in our buying guide about soundbars as a cheaper alternative solution.

Name change for the LG OLED evo C2 operating system

LG did not hit the jackpot with this year’s feature set of the LG OLED evo C2, but the top model still has one or two innovations for you.

To start at the beginning, LG has changed the naming policy of its digital TV control center. The reference to the version number was removed in the process. Thus, webOS 6.0 becomes webOS 22.

Under the refreshed name, LG now integrates personal profiles into the in-house interface for the first time. You will be able to create your own favorites and set up personalized content recommendations from now on. The created users can then be changed easily via the interface.

  • Wide range of apps
  • Amazon Alexa
  • Google Assistant
  • Intuitive navigation
  • Customizable profiles
  • Apple Airplay 2
  • Apple Homekit

The voice function called “Hands-Free Voice Control” is also new. The highlight: You no longer have to reach for your remote control when using C2, but can speak directly with the LG ThinQ AI of the TV. If you prefer to communicate with Alexa or Google Assistant, you can do that as well.

Alternatively, you can use LG’s Magic Remote to navigate through the menu structure and the extensive app selection in the usual way. You will not only find the most important streaming services, but also many additional applications.

A twin triple tuner for parallel program recordings, a USB recording function and the two Apple functions “Air Play” and “HomeKit” can also be found on the LG OLED evo C2’s spec sheet.

HDR calibration

Calibration already fits on delivery of the C2

As far as the accuracy of the grayscale reproduction is concerned, the LG C2 OLED is already impressively accurate out of the box. The reproduced brightness levels follow the ideal course very precisely, so there is only a delta error of 1.2 without calibration.

This means that the irregularities should not be perceptible even to a sharp eye. Only in very bright steps is the gate proportion a bit too high. However, this should also be very hard to recognize.

In terms of the precision in color reproduction, the device we tested was not quite as color-accurate out of the box. But the error was kept within limits here as well. We were surprised that the Filmmaker mode performed better than the ISF modes on the whole.

Extremely precise display after calibration

Using the Calman software and a colorimeter, the LG C2 OLED could be calibrated excellently, so that there are now no recognizable errors in color or brightness reproduction.

With a delta error of 0.9 and 1.1 for the color space, the content is reproduced very precisely, so that it can almost keep up with professional monitors that are actually intended for image analysis.

This shows that a professional calibration can still pay off even with already very well adjusted TVs.

LG OLED evo C2 Datasheet

OLED42C27LA technical specifications

Screen diagonal42 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)932 x 540 x 41 mm
Weight without stand9 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)932 x 577 x 170 mm
Weight with stand9,3 kg
Footprint (WxD)718 x 179 mm
VESA Norm300 x 200 mm
Panel typeOLED evo Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratioinfinitely :1
Color space coverage79 %
REC 202063 %
Average brightness820 Nits
Maximum brightness850 Nits
BacklightingOLED
Local dimmingOLED
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 1 ms
Input Lag< 14 ms
Frequency120 Hz
VRR
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby Vision
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption On (W)N/A
Energy consumption per year (kWh)N/A
Energy efficiency class
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-picture
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin Tuner
Audio Channels2.0
Power (W)20 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.0
HDMI 2.14
HDMI ARC
USB 2.03
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.41
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OLED48C27LA technical specifications

Screen diagonal48 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1071 x 618 x 47 mm
Weight without stand14,9 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1071 x 650 x 251 mm
Weight with stand18 kg
Footprint (WxD)838 x 251 mm
VESA Norm300 x 200 mm
Panel typeOLED evo Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratioinfinitely :1
Color space coverage79 %
REC 202063 %
Average brightness820 Nits
Maximum brightness850 Nits
BacklightingOLED
Local dimmingOLED
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 1 ms
Input Lag< 14 ms
Frequency120 Hz
VRR
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby Vision
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption On (W)N/A
Energy consumption per year (kWh)N/A
Energy efficiency class
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-picture
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin Tuner
Audio Channels2.2
Power (W)40 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.0
HDMI 2.14
HDMI ARC
USB 2.03
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack1
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.41
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OLED55C27LA technical specifications

Screen diagonal55 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1222 x 703 x 45 mm
Weight without stand12,7 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD) x x mm
Weight with stand kg
Footprint (WxD) x mm
VESA Norm300 x 200 mm
Panel typeOLED evo Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratioinfinitely :1
Color space coverage79 %
REC 202063 %
Average brightness820 Nits
Maximum brightness850 Nits
BacklightingOLED
Local dimmingOLED
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 1 ms
Input Lag< 14 ms
Frequency120 Hz
VRR
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby Vision
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption On (W)N/A
Energy consumption per year (kWh)N/A
Energy efficiency class
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-picture
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin Tuner
Audio Channels2.2
Power (W)40 W
Dolby Digital
DTSN/A
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.0
HDMI 2.14
HDMI ARC
USB 2.03
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack1
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.41
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OLED65C27LA technical specifications

Screen diagonal65 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1441 x 826 x 45 mm
Weight without stand14,8 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1441 x 879 x 215 mm
Weight with stand16,5 kg
Footprint (WxD)450 x 215 mm
VESA Norm300 x 200 mm
Panel typeOLED evo Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratioinfinitely :1
Color space coverage79 %
REC 202063 %
Average brightness820 Nits
Maximum brightness850 Nits
BacklightingOLED
Local dimmingOLED
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 1 ms
Input Lag< 14 ms
Frequency120 Hz
VRR
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby Vision
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption On (W)N/A
Energy consumption per year (kWh)N/A
Energy efficiency class
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-picture
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin Tuner
Audio Channels2.2
Power (W)40 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.0
HDMI 2.14
HDMI ARC
USB 2.03
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack1
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.41
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OLED77C27LA technical specifications

Screen diagonal77 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1711 x 982 x 47 mm
Weight without stand20,8 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1711 x 1035 x 243 mm
Weight with stand24,1 kg
Footprint (WxD)500 x 243 mm
VESA Norm300 x 200 mm
Panel typeOLED evo Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratioinfinitely :1
Color space coverage79 %
REC 202063 %
Average brightness820 Nits
Maximum brightness850 Nits
BacklightingOLED
Local dimmingOLED
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 1 ms
Input Lag< 14 ms
Frequency120 Hz
VRR
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby Vision
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption On (W)N/A
Energy consumption per year (kWh)N/A
Energy efficiency class
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-picture
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin Tuner
Audio Channels2.2
Power (W)40 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.0
HDMI 2.14
HDMI ARC
USB 2.03
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack1
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.41
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OLED83C27LA technical specifications

Screen diagonal83 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1851 x 1062 x 55 mm
Weight without stand32,3 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1851 x 1092 x 279 mm
Weight with stand41,6 kg
Footprint (WxD) x 279 mm
VESA Norm400 x 400 mm
Panel typeOLED evo Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratioinfinitely :1
Color space coverage79 %
REC 202063 %
Average brightness820 Nits
Maximum brightness850 Nits
BacklightingOLED
Local dimmingOLED
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 1 ms
Input Lag< 14 ms
Frequency120 Hz
VRR
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby Vision
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption On (W)N/A
Energy consumption per year (kWh)N/A
Energy efficiency class
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-picture
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin Tuner
Audio Channels2.2
Power (W)40 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.0
HDMI 2.14
HDMI ARC
USB 2.03
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack1
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.41
All information without guarantee

Frequently asked questions on the LG OLED evo C2

An OLED panel is made up of many small so-called organic light emitting diodes. These components consist of several semiconductor layers between two electrodes, are self-luminous and can generate both light and colors. This is in turn achieved via an effect known as electroluminescence.

Since the individual light-emitting diodes of an OLED panel are organic, they are subject to natural wear and tear and lose power over time. This manifests itself in a decreasing luminosity. However, the intensity of the wear strongly depends on the usage behavior. Burn-in also plays a role, although it is mainly theoretical.

The OLED evo panel was already installed in LG’s OLED evo G1 last year and is characterized by an increased brightness. The improved luminance level is achieved by using deuterium. This increases the efficiency of the light diodes in the panel and improves the overall performance.

Hands-Free Voice Control was introduced with webOS 22 and allows you to communicate directly with your TV via LG ThinQ AI voice assistant. Commands can be given to the TV without the need for a mobile control, such as the Magic Remote.

The OLED65C27LA has 4 HDMI 2.1 inputs, an HDMI eARC, 3 USB 2.0 ports, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a digital optical TOSLINK output and a Twin Tuner. and just a Single Tuner.

The LG OLED evo C2 is dimensioned without stand as follows (WxHxD):

  • 42 Inch: 932 x 540 x 41 mm
  • 48 Inch: 1071 x 618 x 47 mm
  • 55 Inch: 1222 x 703 x 45 mm
  • 65 Inch: 1441 x 826 x 45 mm
  • 77 Inch: 1711 x 982 x 47 mm
  • 83 Inch: 1851 x 1062 x 55 mm

The LG OLED evo C2 is compatible with the following wall mounts:

  • 42 Inch: 300 x 200 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 48 Inch: 300 x 200 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 55 Inch: 300 x 200 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 65 Inch: 300 x 200 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 77 Inch: 300 x 200 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 83 Inch: 400 x 400 mm
    Flat Pivotable
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