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75UR9000VS
OLED48C1
$797
$1,300
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Updated January 10, 2024·

If you prefer a TV that delivers exceptional picture quality for movies and gaming, especially in darker rooms, the LG C1 (OLED) is a strong choice. However, be aware that it comes at a higher price. On the other hand, the LG UR9000 (LCD) is more affordable, but does not perform as well in dark environments and generally offers lower picture quality. It does have better performance for sports viewing, though. The LG C1 excels in dark room performance, has better viewing angles, and supports more advanced gaming at higher refresh rates, but it might not be as bright in well-lit rooms as the UR9000. Give Feedback

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Key differences

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Picture Quality

5.4
75UR9000
OLED48C1
8.5
The LG C1 (OLED) has very good picture quality, while the LG UR9000 (LCD) has poor picture quality.

Movies & TV

5.1
75UR9000
OLED48C1
8.9
The LG C1 (OLED) is very good for movies & TV, while the LG UR9000 (LCD) is poor.

Sports

6.8
75UR9000
OLED48C1
8.3
The LG C1 (OLED) is very good for sports, while the LG UR9000 (LCD) is only fair.

Gaming

5.7
75UR9000
OLED48C1
9.0
The LG C1 (OLED) is excellent for gaming, while the LG UR9000 (LCD) is poor.

Cartoons & Animation

5.8
75UR9000
OLED48C1
8.2
The LG C1 (OLED) is very good for cartoons & animation, while the LG UR9000 (LCD) is poor.

News, Talk, & Other TV

5.5
75UR9000
OLED48C1
8.6
The LG C1 (OLED) is very good for news, talk, & other TV, while the LG UR9000 (LCD) is poor.

Bright Room

5.8
75UR9000
OLED48C1
7.1
The LG C1 (OLED) is good for bright room, while the LG UR9000 (LCD) is poor.

Cost

$797
75UR9000
OLED48C1
$1,300
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The LG UR9000 (LCD) has a price of $797 and the LG C1 (OLED) costs $1,300.
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How the LG UR9000 (LCD) and the LG C1 (OLED) compare to other TVs

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Spec Comparison

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LG UR9000 (LCD)LG C1 (OLED)
LG UR9000 (LCD)LG C1 (OLED)

GENERAL

Price
$797
$1,300
Brand
LGLG
Year Released
20232021
Full name
75UR9000OLED48C1
Screen Size
75"48"
Screen Resolution
4K4K

TV FEATURES

Operating System
WebOSwebOS
Sound Quality Score
5.4/107.8/10
NextGen Ready
NoNo
HDMI Ports
34
Coax Ports
11

DISPLAY QUALITY SCORES

Picture Quality Score
5.5/108.5/10
Bright Room Score
5.9/107.2/10
Gaming Score
5.8/109/10
Movies & TV Score
5.1/109/10
Sports Score
6.8/108.4/10

PHYSICAL

Dimensions w/o Stand (H x W x D)
37.9" x 66" x 1.2"24.3" x 42.2" x 1.8"
Dimensions with Stand (H x W)
40.8" x 66.7"25.6" x 42.2"
Weight without Stand
72.8 lbs32.8 lbs
VESA Mount
400 x 400300 x 200

DISPLAY

Color Depth
10 bit10 bit
Black Frame Insertion
NoYes
Auto Low Latency Mode
YesYes
Contrast
3.3/1010/10
Local Dimming
3.3/1010/10

SOUND

Speaker Setup
2.02.2
Speaker Power
20 w40 w
Dolby Atmos
Bypass onlyYes
DTS:X
NoNo

Comparison summary

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Comparison Summary
Better PictureLG C1 (OLED)
Better for GamingLG C1 (OLED)
Better SoundLG C1 (OLED)
Better for MoviesLG C1 (OLED)
Better for SportsLG C1 (OLED)
Better in a Sunny RoomLG C1 (OLED)

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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