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Hisense 55A9GTUK 55 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with built in dolby atmos soundbar , 5yr warranty @ Costco

£789.90£99921% off
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Features- 4K UHD, with HDR10 and HLG
- 6.2.2CH 120W Speakers, Dolby Atmos
- Quad Core/NT72671D Processor
- VIDAA U5.0 Smart TV OS
- 5 Year Warranty Included

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thomas.frost16/12/2021 20:37

Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, …Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, there or there abouts, the LG CX. COLD


I assume you're being generous and giving me the £110 to do so?
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thomas.frost16/12/2021 20:50

Yeah sound, why you wouldn't be willing to pay an extra 14% for top of the …Yeah sound, why you wouldn't be willing to pay an extra 14% for top of the range over 'the rest' is mental. If someone offered me some Hankook tyres for £50 a corner, or Michelin's for £57 a corner, I'd barely have to think about it. 14% for mid range versus top of the range is a no brainer. I'd say less if the deal was sub £600.


Uh huh.... Sure we can all do percentages. Why stop at your example? Why pay £100K for a house when you can pay £114K for a slightly better one? Only 14% difference.
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thomas.frost16/12/2021 20:37

Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, …Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, there or there abouts, the LG CX. COLD


does the £110 get me a dolby atmos soundbar too ?, just so we are comparing like with like
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    Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, there or there abouts, the LG CX. COLD
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 20:37

    Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, …Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, there or there abouts, the LG CX. COLD


    I assume you're being generous and giving me the £110 to do so?
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 20:37

    Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, …Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, there or there abouts, the LG CX. COLD


    does the £110 get me a dolby atmos soundbar too ?, just so we are comparing like with like
    Edited by: "deanos" 16th Dec 2021
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    I have had 2 Hisense TVs that I was really happy with but one packed up after 4 years and Richer Sounds replaced it with another that lasted 2 weeks , good TVs but not sure on the longevity - at least Costco give 5 year warranty. Hisense also don’t have a good track record of supporting their OLED TVs -decent price for an OLED bit personally would spend the extra for an LG
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    HellRazer16/12/2021 20:39

    I assume you're being generous and giving me the £110 to do so?


    Yeah sound, why you wouldn't be willing to pay an extra 14% for top of the range over 'the rest' is mental. If someone offered me some Hankook tyres for £50 a corner, or Michelin's for £57 a corner, I'd barely have to think about it. 14% for mid range versus top of the range is a no brainer. I'd say less if the deal was sub £600.
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 20:50

    Yeah sound, why you wouldn't be willing to pay an extra 14% for top of the …Yeah sound, why you wouldn't be willing to pay an extra 14% for top of the range over 'the rest' is mental. If someone offered me some Hankook tyres for £50 a corner, or Michelin's for £57 a corner, I'd barely have to think about it. 14% for mid range versus top of the range is a no brainer. I'd say less if the deal was sub £600.


    Uh huh.... Sure we can all do percentages. Why stop at your example? Why pay £100K for a house when you can pay £114K for a slightly better one? Only 14% difference.
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    When compared to the A1, this is a no brainer for me. This TV has a 800nits max brightness vs the 450 nits for the A1. Also 120Hz for the Hisense compared to the 60hz for the A1. In addition to this, a big plus is a free soundbar. But when it comes to the CX, the CX is certainly more pricey (Probably by 200£+ if you want a soundbar). But it's still not an easy decision for me.
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    HellRazer16/12/2021 20:54

    Uh huh.... Sure we can all do percentages. Why stop at your example? Why …Uh huh.... Sure we can all do percentages. Why stop at your example? Why pay £100K for a house when you can pay £114K for a slightly better one? Only 14% difference.

    LG isn't 'slightly better' than HiSense though, hence why paying a 14% premium for it is a bargain compared to this offering. What's so hard to grasp against value versus expense? If you can buy something twice as good for 30% extra cost, the extra cost is generally going to be worth it. Just because this is a deals site doesn't mean that inherent value should succumb to price point alone.
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 20:37

    Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, …Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, there or there abouts, the LG CX. COLD


    It's not even one of the best TVs of this year let alone all time don't get me wrong it's a great TV but such hyperbole is meaningless, it doesn't make this any worse of a deal because another TV is also good.
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    Nice. But for gamers... Says 4 X hdmi 2.0 not 2.1 so won't do 4k at 120hz. I have a 48 CX and a gtx 3070. Still a great deal!
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    Owlsnotwhattheyseem16/12/2021 21:01

    It's not even one of the best TVs of this year let alone all time It's not even one of the best TVs of this year let alone all time don't get me wrong it's a great TV but such hyperbole is meaningless, it doesn't make this any worse of a deal because another TV is also good.


    That's because it wasn't made this year? It was released in 2020 hence c'X'... c1 ('21) is this years TV, the difference in picture quality being negligible to minor depending on what it's being used for.
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    Don't forget the 5 x £15 for the guarantee from Costco, assuming membership does not go up.
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    tawse5716/12/2021 21:07

    Don't forget the 5 x £15 for the guarantee from Costco, assuming …Don't forget the 5 x £15 for the guarantee from Costco, assuming membership does not go up.


    nope , if you do need guarantee you just reactivate the membership if required , it does not need to be constant membership
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 21:05

    That's because it wasn't made this year? It was released in 2020 hence …That's because it wasn't made this year? It was released in 2020 hence c'X'... c1 ('21) is this years TV, the difference in picture quality being negligible to minor depending on what it's being used for.

    Surely "one of the best TVs ever made" would be the best of this year, last year or any year?

    Make sure you're sitting down for this one, there's an even better model and it's the LG G series
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 21:00

    LG isn't 'slightly better' than HiSense though, hence why paying a 14% …LG isn't 'slightly better' than HiSense though, hence why paying a 14% premium for it is a bargain compared to this offering. What's so hard to grasp against value versus expense? If you can buy something twice as good for 30% extra cost, the extra cost is generally going to be worth it. Just because this is a deals site doesn't mean that inherent value should succumb to price point alone.


    you keep missing the point about this tv, a dolby atmos soundbar , the LG does not have one so you need to spend even more than £110
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    Owlsnotwhattheyseem16/12/2021 21:10

    Surely "one of the best TVs ever made" would be the best of this year, …Surely "one of the best TVs ever made" would be the best of this year, last year or any year? Make sure you're sitting down for this one, there's an even better model and it's the LG G series

    So paying practically £100 extra for a dramatic leap from HiSense to LG isn't worth it, but paying half a grand more for a G Series with indiscernable improvement in picture quality is :/ ... You're really coming across as someone who's Googling their knowledge, the only purpose of a G Series over a C series typically is more streamlined wall mounting mate ... If you're getting into semantics then why not say buy a prototype Micro LED TV from Samsung for £100K...? My point is the inherent value held by what is practically a world class TV for an extra 100 notes, over something mid-range.
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    To all of those who are saying "pay for for an LG"... There's only one company making 55" OLED panels...
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 20:50

    Yeah sound, why you wouldn't be willing to pay an extra 14% for top of the …Yeah sound, why you wouldn't be willing to pay an extra 14% for top of the range over 'the rest' is mental. If someone offered me some Hankook tyres for £50 a corner, or Michelin's for £57 a corner, I'd barely have to think about it. 14% for mid range versus top of the range is a no brainer. I'd say less if the deal was sub £600.


    But using you analogy, most people drive at an averag e of less than 30MPH, 8,000 miles a year to a job a few miles away, that £7 a corner would be better spend on fuel than on the tyres.. so the TV most people watch freeview which barely has HD let alone 4K, most people buy blurays for the dvds inside of them... most people see £110 cheaper and go for that.
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    MrSprkle16/12/2021 21:16

    But using you analogy, most people drive at an averag e of less than …But using you analogy, most people drive at an averag e of less than 30MPH, 8,000 miles a year to a job a few miles away, that £7 a corner would be better spend on fuel than on the tyres.. so the TV most people watch freeview which barely has HD let alone 4K, most people buy blurays for the dvds inside of them... most people see £110 cheaper and go for that.


    Total non-sequitur
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    bma16/12/2021 21:15

    To all of those who are saying "pay for for an LG"... There's only one …To all of those who are saying "pay for for an LG"... There's only one company making 55" OLED panels...


    Ayes Apple
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 21:18

    Total non-sequitur


    Most people dont buy with logic, I own a 65" C1 I agree its a better buy than this, I was simply pointing out though we are a minority of the people who buy TVs, most buy on price and hype, very few understand value vs quality.
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    bma16/12/2021 21:15

    To all of those who are saying "pay for for an LG"... There's only one …To all of those who are saying "pay for for an LG"... There's only one company making 55" OLED panels...


    Correct, but a panel is only as good as the processor allows. HiSense do not use the same quality of image processing chipsets that LG et al do. Expect motion judder on sports, screen tearing and a less smooth Operating System.
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 21:14

    So paying practically £100 extra for a dramatic leap from HiSense to LG …So paying practically £100 extra for a dramatic leap from HiSense to LG isn't worth it, but paying half a grand more for a G Series with indiscernable improvement in picture quality is :/ ... You're really coming across as someone who's Googling their knowledge, the only purpose of a G Series over a C series typically is more streamlined wall mounting mate ... If you're getting into semantics then why not say buy a prototype Micro LED TV from Samsung for £100K...? My point is the inherent value held by what is practically a world class TV for an extra 100 notes, over something mid-range.


    Is it really a dramatic leap tho ?
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 21:14

    So paying practically £100 extra for a dramatic leap from HiSense to LG …So paying practically £100 extra for a dramatic leap from HiSense to LG isn't worth it, but paying half a grand more for a G Series with indiscernable improvement in picture quality is :/ ... You're really coming across as someone who's Googling their knowledge, the only purpose of a G Series over a C series typically is more streamlined wall mounting mate ... If you're getting into semantics then why not say buy a prototype Micro LED TV from Samsung for £100K...? My point is the inherent value held by what is practically a world class TV for an extra 100 notes, over something mid-range.


    Some arguments just aren't worth winning.
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 21:21

    Correct, but a panel is only as good as the processor allows. HiSense do …Correct, but a panel is only as good as the processor allows. HiSense do not use the same quality of image processing chipsets that LG et al do. Expect motion judder on sports, screen tearing and a less smooth Operating System.


    See by that logic then Sony or Panasonic are the better buy, as they have vastly superior processing tech.
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 21:14

    So paying practically £100 extra for a dramatic leap from HiSense to LG …So paying practically £100 extra for a dramatic leap from HiSense to LG isn't worth it, but paying half a grand more for a G Series with indiscernable improvement in picture quality is :/ ... You're really coming across as someone who's Googling their knowledge, the only purpose of a G Series over a C series typically is more streamlined wall mounting mate ... If you're getting into semantics then why not say buy a prototype Micro LED TV from Samsung for £100K...? My point is the inherent value held by what is practically a world class TV for an extra 100 notes, over something mid-range.


    I didn't say it wasn't worth it, I'd personally go for the CX over this but can understand why people choose to save the extra cash and opt for this if they don't need certain features like HDMI 2.1.

    I just don't think that makes this TV deal cold, they are mutually exclusive so the CX at £899 can be a good deal AND this one can be good value too.

    I was merely pointing out that the CX isn't one of the best TVs ever because, well it's not. Yeah it's good but the G goes brighter and has screen burn cover so to some people it would be a no-brainer to upgrade the few extra hundred for it.
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    Owlsnotwhattheyseem16/12/2021 21:23

    I didn't say it wasn't worth it, I'd personally go for the CX over this …I didn't say it wasn't worth it, I'd personally go for the CX over this but can understand why people choose to save the extra cash and opt for this if they don't need certain features like HDMI 2.1. I just don't think that makes this TV deal cold, they are mutually exclusive so the CX at £899 can be a good deal AND this one can be good value too. I was merely pointing out that the CX isn't one of the best TVs ever because, well it's not. Yeah it's good but the G goes brighter and has screen burn cover so to some people it would be a no-brainer to upgrade the few extra hundred for it.


    He is wrong anyway, the G1 actually has a better panel tech it uses the Evo Panels. (yes I am aware that some C1s have evo panels but they arent enabled to go brighter)
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    Still, can anyone spare me £110 to get the LG...
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    I mean the reality still is, at this price point it's good value. Having to spend £110, you're moving onto another price point... One that's £110 more expensive. Not everyone can just magic £110 out of their Which is why I'm asking for £110 to get the LG
    Edited by: "HellRazer" 16th Dec 2021
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    MrSprkle16/12/2021 21:25

    He is wrong anyway, the G1 actually has a better panel tech it uses the …He is wrong anyway, the G1 actually has a better panel tech it uses the Evo Panels. (yes I am aware that some C1s have evo panels but they arent enabled to go brighter)


    A true evangelical. Can't accept people might want to spend less than a CX on a good TV or more than a CX on a good TV. Only hot TV deals are the CX ones, everything else is cold.
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    I'm thinking of biting and using this as my bedroom TV
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    slex8816/12/2021 21:49

    I'm thinking of biting and using this as my bedroom TV


    Clearly you can pay the extra for the CX, getting this for your bedroom...
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    thomas.frost16/12/2021 20:37

    Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, …Or pay £110 more for what isn't far off one of the best TV's ever made, there or there abouts, the LG CX. COLD


    You've got your arguments. But voting cold is stupid. Maybe 14% extra is not a lot, but some people don't have that amount extra to pay. They also don't necesarily need the LG CX specs. And maybe they prefer the soundbar this one comes with, it saves them some money.
    75 inch LED TV was the hottest deal of the day at £511. I think every single person who purchased that TV will think the LG CX is a cold deal. Despite the fact there is no comparison between the 2.
    £900 on LG CX + at least £200 for a Dolby soundbar, we are talking at over £300 more than this one.
    Edited by: "sheffield788" 16th Dec 2021
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    Any reviews for this tv
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    MrSprkle16/12/2021 21:23

    See by that logic then Sony or Panasonic are the better buy, as they have …See by that logic then Sony or Panasonic are the better buy, as they have vastly superior processing tech.


    They are, lol. They're the better 'all rounders' this year
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    I've seen this and the CX in action at a Currys showroom. Picture wise, it's splitting hairs. Sound wise, boy this was incredible. I've had a Hisense TV for 3 years and find it excellent value for money. Tech reviewers don't ding this either. After all, the panel is still LG.

    Heated.
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    Good price


    Gutted i missed the 75" QLED one the other week at costco
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    sheffield78816/12/2021 22:41

    You've got your arguments. But voting cold is stupid. Maybe 14% extra is …You've got your arguments. But voting cold is stupid. Maybe 14% extra is not a lot, but some people don't have that amount extra to pay. They also don't necesarily need the LG CX specs. And maybe they prefer the soundbar this one comes with, it saves them some money.75 inch LED TV was the hottest deal of the day at £511. I think every single person who purchased that TV will think the LG CX is a cold deal. Despite the fact there is no comparison between the 2.£900 on LG CX + at least £200 for a Dolby soundbar, we are talking at over £300 more than this one.


    I agree. The sound on this is just plain incredible. Even with all the limitations of a Currys showroom, turning the volume up was quite a surreal experience - essentially you're getting an upper-mid range sound bar free with the TV.
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