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Testseek.co.uk have collected 12 expert reviews of the LG OLED65C8 and the average rating is 96%. Scroll down and see all reviews for LG OLED65C8.
 
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The editors liked

  • Stunning
  • Contrast-rich
  • Big-screen picture quality
  • Beautiful
  • Super-thin design
  • Fair value for such a big OLED TV
  • True blacks
  • Vibrant colours & wide viewing angles
  • Multi-format HDR support (HDR10
  • HLG
  • Dolby Vision
  • Technicolor)
  • Dazzlingly detailed 4K images – the best you can get in many cases
  • Incredible screen vibrancy
  • Great gaming performance
  • Handy AI/voice control stuff
  • Alpha 9 Processor
  • Lowest price for OLED
  • WebOS with AI

The editors didn't like

  • Slight picture noise at times
  • Will be beyond the financial reach of most households
  • Not as bright as the best LCDs
  • HDR not as impactful as the brightest LED LCDs
  • Mild vertical banding in very dark content
  • Small risk of permanent burn-in with static logos
  • The webOS smart platform is so packed
  • It's creaking a bit
  • Audio
  • Though not bad
  • Lags behind Sony's
  • Small changes to the panel

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  Published: 2018-06-06, Author: Lee , review by: reviewed.com

  • Yes—if you want the best of the bestLast year's LG C7 was our #1 TV for 2017, and it looks like the C8 is going to do the same thing in 2018. The picture quality continues to be incredible, with high HDR brightness, rich color, and all the same high-end f...

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  Published: 2018-06-05, Author: Steve , review by: T3.com

  • Dazzlingly detailed 4K images – the best you can get in many cases, Incredible screen vibrancy, Great gaming performance, Handy AI/voice control stuff
  • The webOS smart platform is so packed, it's creaking a bit, Audio, though not bad, lags behind Sony's
  • • Read our full Sony AF8 review and make your own mind upWhen it comes to gaming, the LG steals a lead. It has lower image lag, and its HDR game preset is slightly more dynamic. Although for most of the games I tried, there's not actually much in it in 'r...

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  Published: 2018-06-04, Author: John , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Stunning, contrast-rich, big-screen picture quality, Beautiful, super-thin design, Fair value for such a big OLED TV
  • Slight picture noise at times, Will be beyond the financial reach of most households, Not as bright as the best LCDs
  • Buy one on finance. Take out a loan. Remortgage your home. Get a second job. Hell, sell a kidney if you have to – the LG OLED77C8 is in a whole other league to any super-sized TV we've tested before it...

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  Published: 2018-05-29, review by: expertreviews.co.uk

  • True blacks, vibrant colours & wide viewing angles, Multi-format HDR support (HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision, Technicolor)
  • HDR not as impactful as the brightest LED LCDs, Mild vertical banding in very dark content, Small risk of permanent burn-in with static logos
  • It’s a stretch to call it affordable, but this is a truly amazing 77-inch OLED TV...

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  Published: 2018-03-28, Author: Nick , review by: techradar.com

  • Alpha 9 Processor, Lowest price for OLED, webOS with AI
  • Small changes to the panel
  • The LG C8 OLED packs the majority of the innovation into its new Alpha 9 Processor, which might be a bit disappointing if you're looking for some improvements to last year's C7 OLED in terms overall brightness or vibrancy. However, the 2018 C8 is still an...

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  Published: 2018-01-16, review by: whathifi.com

  • Of course, it's difficult to get the whole picture when the TV's trying to compete with the hustle and bustle of a show, and we didn't have time to delve deeper into the TV's menus and experiment any further with its picture settings.But in our brief time...

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  Published: 2018-07-23, Author: Stephen , review by: 4k.com

  • Excellent motion handling, Fine HDR and SDR color delivery, Perfect OLED contrast and dimming, Particularly good 4K TV for gamers and PC use, Typically good OLED viewing angles, Fantastically bright for an OLED TV
  • Some possible problems with burn-in, Brightness shift, Cheaper alternatives
  • For its somewhat steep price, the LG C8 offers excellent quality and overall value. Yes it's more expensive than its 2017 C7 cousin and in many regards it performs identically to its predecessor but it does also come with improvements that are strong enou...

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  Published: 2018-05-04, Author: Rasmus , review by: flatpanelshd.com

  • Excellent HD & 4K, Excellent HDR, Reference picture quality, Improved motion, Low input lag
  • Dolby Vision “raised blacks”, Rear-facing ports, webOS becoming stale, webOS is not getting updates
  • LG OLED TVs are widely considered some of the best TVs around so it is only natural that we have high expectations. However, those high expectations do not extend to LG’s webOS that is far behind and offers only a fraction of the apps found on true TV ope...

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  Published: 2018-06-15, Author: Thomas , review by: gadgetguy.com.au

  • Superb picture quality, perfect black levels, amazingly slim, excellent user interface for smart features, support for Dolby Vision
  • 3D
  • The LG OLED65C8 TV shows that LG OLED TVs are getting better, and remain at the top of the heap in terms of sheer picture quality. And arguably at the top of the heap in smarts as well, at least when it comes to control.Here's a link to LG's website for t...

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  Published: 2018-07-26, Author: Alfred , review by: techgoondu.com

  • Abstract:  LG C8 OLED TV. PHOTO: HandoutCosting close to S$7,000, the 65-inch version of the LG C8 TV can hardly be called “entry level”. This is despite it being the Korean company's most affordable OLED TV.As many a home theatre buff will tell you, this is th...

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