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Updated April 10, 2024·

When choosing between the LG UQ7570 and the Toshiba C350LU, consider their strengths and weaknesses. If you need a TV with more HDMI ports for connecting devices, the Toshiba offers three ports compared to the LG’s two. For gaming, neither TV is particularly strong, but if you regularly watch sports, the Toshiba’s performance is slightly better. In bright rooms, both TVs have their limitations; however, the Toshiba has a slight edge over the LG. If you prefer a TV with a wider range of HDR support, including Dolby Vision, the Toshiba is the better choice. Sound quality is similar in both, but if you plan to use the TV as a computer monitor, the LG has a better score for that use. Ultimately, your decision should be based on which features align more closely with your viewing habits and setup needs. Give Feedback

this description is based on the product variant with some specs and product variant with some specs. At the time of writing, the variant with some specs cost some dollars and the variant with some specs cost some dollars.
Advantages of the LG UQ7570 (LCD)
  • Very good motion processing
Advantages of the Toshiba C350LU (LCD)
  • The Toshiba C350LU (LCD) has no clear advantages over the LG UQ7570 (LCD).

Key differences

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Bright Room

5.3
65UQ7570
65C350LU
5.9
7.6/10
VIEWING ANGLE
7.9/10
5.3/10
SDR BRIGHTNESS SCORE
6.7/10
5.5/10
HDR BRIGHTNESS SCORE
6.2/10
6.0/10
REFLECTIONS SCORE
5.9/10
The Toshiba C350LU (LCD) and LG UQ7570 (LCD) are both poor for bright room, though the Toshiba C350LU (LCD) is somewhat better.
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Key similarities

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Picture Quality

5.1
65UQ7570
65C350LU
5.5
3.307692308/10
CONTRAST
3.711538462/10
5.7/10
COLOR VOLUME SCORE
6.4/10
LED
PANEL TYPE
LED
IPS
PANEL SUB-TYPE
IPS
The Toshiba C350LU (LCD) and LG UQ7570 (LCD) both have poor picture quality.

Movies & TV

4.7
65UQ7570
65C350LU
5.2
3.307692308/10
CONTRAST
3.711538462/10
4.8/10
BLACK UNIFORMITY
5.3/10
6.3/10
UPSCALING
6.3/10
Yes
HDR10 SUPPORT
Yes
No
HDR10+ SUPPORT
No
No
DOLBY VISION SUPPORT
Yes
The Toshiba C350LU (LCD) and LG UQ7570 (LCD) are both poor for movies & TV.

Sports

6.5
65UQ7570
65C350LU
6.2
8.2/10
MOTION PROCESSING
3.5/10
60Hz
REFRESH RATE
60Hz
10.0/10
INPUT LAG SCORE
7.6/10
6.3/10
UPSCALING
6.3/10
5.3/10
SDR BRIGHTNESS SCORE
6.7/10
Yes
HLG SUPPORT
Yes
The LG UQ7570 (LCD) and Toshiba C350LU (LCD) are both only fair for sports.

Gaming

5.4
65UQ7570
65C350LU
5.7
5.0/10
RESPONSE TIME SCORE
6.2/10
10.0/10
INPUT LAG SCORE
7.6/10
8.2/10
MOTION PROCESSING
3.5/10
0.0/100
GAMING LOCAL DIMMING
5.0/100
5.8/10
GAME HDR BRIGHTNESS SCORE
6.1/10
The Toshiba C350LU (LCD) and LG UQ7570 (LCD) are both poor for gaming.

Cartoons & Animation

5.5
65UQ7570
65C350LU
5.9
5.9/10
COLOR GAMUT SCORE
5.9/10
5.7/10
COLOR VOLUME SCORE
6.4/10
5.3/10
SDR BRIGHTNESS SCORE
6.7/10
7.8/10
COLORS OUT OF THE BOX SCORE
10.0/10
6.2/10
GRAY UNIFORMITY
5.8/10
The Toshiba C350LU (LCD) and LG UQ7570 (LCD) are both poor for cartoons & animation.

News, Talk, & Other TV

5.4
65UQ7570
65C350LU
5.7
5.3/10
SDR BRIGHTNESS SCORE
6.7/10
6.3/10
UPSCALING
6.3/10
The Toshiba C350LU (LCD) and LG UQ7570 (LCD) are both poor for news, talk, & other TV.

Cost

$400
65UQ7570
65C350LU
$380
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The LG UQ7570 (LCD) has a price of $400 and the Toshiba C350LU (LCD) costs $380.

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How the LG UQ7570 (LCD) and the Toshiba C350LU (LCD) compare to other TVs

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Spec Comparison

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LG UQ7570 (LCD)Toshiba C350LU (LCD)
LG UQ7570 (LCD)Toshiba C350LU (LCD)

GENERAL

Price
$400
$380
Brand
LGToshiba
Release Date
August 1, 2023May 1, 2023
Full name
65UQ757065C350LU
Screen Size
65"65"
Screen Resolution
4K4K

TV FEATURES

Operating System
WebOSFire OS
Sound Quality Score
5.7/106.4/10
NextGen Ready
NoNo
HDMI Ports
23
Coax Ports
11

DISPLAY QUALITY SCORES

Picture Quality Score
5.1/105.6/10
Bright Room Score
5.4/105.9/10
Gaming Score
5.4/105.7/10
Movies & TV Score
4.7/105.2/10
Sports Score
6.6/106.2/10

PHYSICAL

Dimensions w/o Stand (H x W x D)
33" x 57.1" x 2.9"32.8" x 57.2" x 2.9"
Dimensions with Stand (H x W)
35.4" x 57.1"35.2" x 57.2"
Weight without Stand
36.8 lbs36.2 lbs
VESA Mount
400 x 300400 x 300

DISPLAY

Color Depth
10 bit10 bit
Black Frame Insertion
NoNo
Auto Low Latency Mode
YesYes
Contrast
3.3/103.7/10
Local Dimming
2.5/103/10

SOUND

Speaker Setup
2.02.0
Speaker Power
20 W20 W
Dolby Atmos
Bypass onlyYes
DTS:X
NoUp to DTS Digital Surround, Bypass only

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About LG

LG, a prominent TV brand from Korea, has played a significant role in popularizing OLED TVs. OLED technology is hailed as the future of TV technology. Their TVs employ WebOS, a proprietary smart TV software that not only offers seamless functionality but also includes gaming-specific features, earning praise from players worldwide. Often regarded as the gateway to unparalleled viewing experiences, LG's mid-range OLEDs come highly recommended, making them a worthwhile investment for those willing to stretch their budget for superior quality.

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