55" LG C6 OLED TV £1399 in Selfridges Trafford
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55" LG C6 OLED TV £1399 in Selfridges Trafford

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LocalFound 16th Aug 2017
Saw this in Selfridges Trafford. Not sure if it will be in the other Selfridges, but a great price for a quality OLED tv with 3D
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Got one of these 6 months ago for £1800. Worth every penny. Grab the last and best 3D set while you can. Hot.
Omg hot!
At least I assume it is because the guy in the background had got his shades with him
Masteryates11 m ago

Got one of these 6 months ago for £1800. Worth every penny. Grab the last …Got one of these 6 months ago for £1800. Worth every penny. Grab the last and best 3D set while you can. Hot.



Best currently, but certainly not the last as Panasonic have three 4K 3D tvs available on their 2017 line.

Unless you meant LG’s last 3D tv of course.
Edited by: "Biddy2" 16th Aug 2017
That's news to me Biddy 2.

If they are active shutter though, they are not worth it.
Available in store at richersounds too -for £1485 with 6 year warranty

richersounds.com/pro…c6v
Edited by: "captainbeaky" 16th Aug 2017
Masteryates3 h, 2 m ago

That's news to me Biddy 2. If they are active shutter though, they are not …That's news to me Biddy 2. If they are active shutter though, they are not worth it.


I prefer active than passive...preference nothing more.
3D is gimmicky s****
I like 3D so its horses for courses
Masteryates17 h, 55 m ago

Got one of these 6 months ago for £1800. Worth every penny. Grab the last …Got one of these 6 months ago for £1800. Worth every penny. Grab the last and best 3D set while you can. Hot.


Personally I would say the E6 has better 3D and chipset than the C6. I went for the E6 at £1999 beginning of May.
Edited by: "Brabus_Duddy" 17th Aug 2017
Brabus_Duddy1 h, 52 m ago

Personally I would say the E6 has better 3D and chipset than the C6. I …Personally I would say the E6 has better 3D and chipset than the C6. I went for the E6 at £1999 beginning of May.



I think that all the LG OLED's are very close with respect to 3D. My point being, that there is then a big gap in quality down to the Passive 4K LCD's and then another gap to anything active shutter. If you are buying a TV and 3D is important to you, you should buy the best while you still can.
awoodhall200314 h, 59 m ago

I prefer active than passive...preference nothing more.



Interesting awoodhall, I've never seen an active TV do a good job with respect to Crosstalk, What numbers are you able to see on the attached image considering you shouldn't be able to see any when you close either left of right eye? On my old LG plasma, you could still see lots!

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Masteryates22 h, 2 m ago

I think that all the LG OLED's are very close with respect to 3D. My point …I think that all the LG OLED's are very close with respect to 3D. My point being, that there is then a big gap in quality down to the Passive 4K LCD's and then another gap to anything active shutter. If you are buying a TV and 3D is important to you, you should buy the best while you still can.


I agree that you should buy best 3D while you can. I like to have it just in case. I have the few 3d Blu-rays in the racks. I went for the E because it looks soo much nicer and went well in my room. The front facing speakers also produce a very good sound around my roon which I can't fault also.
captainbeaky16th Aug

Available in store at richersounds too -for £1485 with 6 year …Available in store at richersounds too -for £1485 with 6 year warrantyhttps://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/55-inch-oled/lg-oled55c6v


RS will price match I got my one for £1399 last time around
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 18th Aug 2017
Brabus_Duddy17th Aug

Personally I would say the E6 has better 3D and chipset than the C6. I …Personally I would say the E6 has better 3D and chipset than the C6. I went for the E6 at £1999 beginning of May.


If you mean the soc then you're wrong there the same
Masteryates17th Aug

Interesting awoodhall, I've never seen an active TV do a good job with …Interesting awoodhall, I've never seen an active TV do a good job with respect to Crosstalk, What numbers are you able to see on the attached image considering you shouldn't be able to see any when you close either left of right eye? On my old LG plasma, you could still see lots! [Image]


I can try it when I get back, but never had any issues with crosstalk on native 3d content - films and games. It is a Samsung ps51d550 and does a great job still...even after the 7 years or so of ownership!
Edited by: "awoodhall2003" 19th Aug 2017
will richer sounds price match this?
Jaybeam18th Aug

If you mean the soc then you're wrong there the same


The what? Well LG must have been wrong as they told me the chipset was better and that the input lag for gaming meant the E series was better. They must have been wrong then....
awoodhall200319th Aug

I can try it when I get back, but never had any issues with crosstalk on …I can try it when I get back, but never had any issues with crosstalk on native 3d content - films and games. It is a Samsung ps51d550 and does a great job still...even after the 7 years or so of ownership!



Thanks awoodhall, it will be really interesting how your TV goes with the test. When these active shutter TV's came out, the odd one was really good with respect to crosstalk, (I mean the odd panel as opposed to model of TV.) but the majority were rubbish. My LG Plasma was so bad that I could see nearly all of the numbers. I think the reviewers got a, "Golden sample."
Brabus_Duddy2 h, 36 m ago

The what? Well LG must have been wrong as they told me the chipset was …The what? Well LG must have been wrong as they told me the chipset was better and that the input lag for gaming meant the E series was better. They must have been wrong then....



On all of the forums I've been on, they have always said the C & E have the same chipset whilst the B is the one that's different. Not that everything you read on forums is correct......
Masteryates21 h, 15 m ago

On all of the forums I've been on, they have always said the C & E have …On all of the forums I've been on, they have always said the C & E have the same chipset whilst the B is the one that's different. Not that everything you read on forums is correct......


I was under the impression that the C was curved and had 3d whilst the B was flat and not curved....but chipset still same.These days I don't have a clue what is right and wrong (excited).

I am happy with the E6 though in my room. The front speakers give out more sound, due to it being in a cut out area of my fitted room.
Brabus_Duddy2 h, 0 m ago

I was under the impression that the C was curved and had 3d whilst the B …I was under the impression that the C was curved and had 3d whilst the B was flat and not curved....but chipset still same.These days I don't have a clue what is right and wrong (excited).I am happy with the E6 though in my room. The front speakers give out more sound, due to it being in a cut out area of my fitted room.



From everything I've read, the C is nearer to the E as it has the same chipset. This has been backed up by the way the updates cycles are similar to the E and not the B. The C is curved and lacks the soundbar.
Masteryates22 h, 10 m ago

From everything I've read, the C is nearer to the E as it has the same …From everything I've read, the C is nearer to the E as it has the same chipset. This has been backed up by the way the updates cycles are similar to the E and not the B. The C is curved and lacks the soundbar.


Ahh ok makes sense. Yeah and the C has one less HDMI port too.
Brabus_Duddy2 h, 12 m ago

Ahh ok makes sense. Yeah and the C has one less HDMI port too.



Yes Brabus, there have also been reports of people flashing E firmware to the C as they are essentially the same TV. (Apart from there physical differences.)
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