LG OLEDC7P vs Sony X800E comparison
with a 120 Hz refresh rate and 16:9 aspect ratio.
LG OLEDC7P Review
with a 60 Hz refresh rate and 16:9 aspect ratio.
Sony X800E Review
Rating and Reviews
The following TV series models having been individually reviewed by a wide demographic of TV consumers in 2017, in accord to overall entertainment value, brought a determination that the OLEDC7P was of better value in comparison to X800E. The OLED65C7 was found to be a better option for those passionate about their gaming and OLED65C7 best for movie buffs. OLEDC7P was rated as having a finer quality of sound in comparison to X800E, as well as providing for more user-friendly functions in the area of smart TV technology.
Screen and Picture Quality
The TV Series of both LG OLEDC7P and Sony X800E share similar 4K screen resolution (3840×2160) and affording to both optimum visual sharpness.
When considering the best TV technology to purchase, it is recommended that you become familiar with both the benefits and drawbacks of the entire TV beyond just the picture quality. LG OLEDC7P is OLED TV and Sony X800E is LED. OLED/QLED is more costly to the budget while LED TV may cost less but not have reputation for sustained durability.
These TV series do not include curved screens as part of the manufacturers inventory.
The refresh rate, or the number of frames per second that come across screen in video transmission is responsible for the smoothness of a moving image. The more frames per second, the smoother the flow. OLEDC7P, which has a native refresh rate of 120 Hz, provides a smoother image transmission than that of X800E with native refresh rate of 60 Hz.
Comparing Specific TVs
LG OLEDC7P as well as Sony X800E have various screen sizes in respect to the market demand.
There are a 3 screen size options offered in the Sony X800E in
comparison to the LG OLEDC7P, which provides consumers only 2 screen size options.
OLEDC7P with a 65-inch screen in their OLED65C7, when measured in cost by the inch, has a cost of $49 an inch while the XBR55X800E by X800E with a screen size of 55 inches, carries a cost of $16 per inch.
When considering the OLED65C7 made by LG OLEDC7P you will need to take into consideration the room size that you will be watching TV in. Keep in mind the recommendations of manufacturers of OLED65C7 and others experienced in TV viewing that for the size screen of 65, there needs to be a minimum distance of 8.1 feet between viewer and the TV in order to appreciate the detail of the images.
The following list has been compiled to assist you in determining the correct distance vs TV screen size for the models associated with the LG OLEDC7P (based on OLED55C7 and OLED65C7) and Sony X800E (XBR43X800E and XBR55X800E) TV series.
Deals and Prices
We are tracking LG OLEDC7P and Sony X800E prices daily to provide you with the up to date information about available discounts and other information.
Deals on the NEW OLEDC7P and X800E TVs
Don’t miss 3 TVs now being offered at a 9% – 25% discounted price!
There are also opportunities to purchase a used, ‘as is’, OLEDC7P or X800E series TV.
A used OLEDC7P TV price starts at $1659.99. Price for a used X800E TV begins at $697.95.