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LG 4K OLED TV OLED65E9PLA 65" @ Reliant Direct for £2229 (with code)
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LG 4K OLED TV OLED65E9PLA 65" @ Reliant Direct for £2229 (with code)

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Posted 30th Dec 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

This model is priced at £2449 at most stores and Relaint Direct have it on offer at £2229 by entering code OFFER200 at the checkout. Note that Richer Sounds will price match.

Other LG 65 OLED models to consider
OLED65B9PLA - £1,778
OLED65C9PLA - £1,889 - faster processor

Jonwillis:
The B9 and C9 both use the same panel, but C9 has faster processer. So the C9 will win. B9 and C9 are both hdmi 2.1 but only C9 and above can do 120hz 4k HDR as the B9 processor is too slow which is why the hdmi 2.1 isn't really advertised as its not full spec. LG confirmed this on their own forum
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Remember, this is a post about whether this model of TV is a good deal not whether you agree with the technology behind it...
Ultra_Magnus31/12/2019 00:57

Remember, this is a post about whether this model of TV is a good deal not …Remember, this is a post about whether this model of TV is a good deal not whether you agree with the technology behind it...


Nothing wrong with oled.

I can't see why one would pay so much for this when there are alternatives at half the price with almost the same quality.
Qq12121231/12/2019 01:52

Nothing wrong with oled.I can't see why one would pay so much for this …Nothing wrong with oled.I can't see why one would pay so much for this when there are alternatives at half the price with almost the same quality.


What's the alternative? I think the C9 is probably the best pick right now as it's not much more than the b9 as they have been reduced over the sale life. E9 seems overpriced right now though, were there any others you were thinking of?

Looking to pick C9 up when it becomes end of line as the next gen roles in, happy with current performance to take the plunge
hicks1231/12/2019 02:57

What's the alternative? I think the C9 is probably the best pick right now …What's the alternative? I think the C9 is probably the best pick right now as it's not much more than the b9 as they have been reduced over the sale life. E9 seems overpriced right now though, were there any others you were thinking of?Looking to pick C9 up when it becomes end of line as the next gen roles in, happy with current performance to take the plunge


He might mean the B8 for £999?

Interesting you mention next gen, I'm looking forward to seeing if they solve the motion interpolation or 24p judder issues in the current LG OLED lines. Perfect TV if they do. Their current interpolation algorithm will seem horrendous in a few years time (even turning it off causes it's own issues so a new gen of interpolation would be just what the doc ordered )

I think one manufacturer is partway there already, so I'm sure LG are gunning for a proper solution asap.

Some people are more sensitive about these things than others, you know who you are
(That said, the frame presentation speed of OLED tech can be an unwanted surprise for new owners if 'seeing the separation of the frames' bothers them. Just saying. Ymmv )
Edited by: "muppetrider" 31st Dec 2019
Regarding hdmi 2.1 on the B9 the plot thickens. LG say it does work after previously saying it won't. lgcommunity.us.com/dis…ces
Qq12121231/12/2019 01:52

Nothing wrong with oled.I can't see why one would pay so much for this …Nothing wrong with oled.I can't see why one would pay so much for this when there are alternatives at half the price with almost the same quality.


Also would like to know your alternative suggestions
Ultra_Magnus31/12/2019 00:57

Remember, this is a post about whether this model of TV is a good deal not …Remember, this is a post about whether this model of TV is a good deal not whether you agree with the technology behind it...


OMG

You have challenged the idiots of this forum. How dare you!

If this TV is £2500 everywhere and this is £200 off, the forum morons won't care. Hotukdeals.com aka "i can't afford anything, so I'll moan about how this is too expensive (for me)".com
patiently waiting for the W range (OLED65W) from LG to drop ever so slightly - there was a deal on here from Laptops Direct for the one from 3 years ago for £2500 but couldn't justify it for 3 year old tech and only 1 year warranty
Bobbytallant31/12/2019 18:04

patiently waiting for the W range (OLED65W) from LG to drop ever so …patiently waiting for the W range (OLED65W) from LG to drop ever so slightly - there was a deal on here from Laptops Direct for the one from 3 years ago for £2500 but couldn't justify it for 3 year old tech and only 1 year warranty


I honestly don't think there is a big production cost difference from E9 to W9. if they scrap E9 and replace with W9 it might be more affordable in the future and a way to compete with LCD technology that needs bigger back light panels
jimyfloyd131/12/2019 08:57

OMGYou have challenged the idiots of this forum. How dare you!If this TV …OMGYou have challenged the idiots of this forum. How dare you!If this TV is £2500 everywhere and this is £200 off, the forum morons won't care. Hotukdeals.com aka "i can't afford anything, so I'll moan about how this is too expensive (for me)".com


So true
Got the 55inch of this. Died in less than 10 days. Be warned with is brand.
BomereShortRound12/01/2020 06:28

Got the 55inch of this. Died in less than 10 days. Be warned with is brand.


Most electrical items that fail (if they fail at all) do so in the first 12 months, which is why they provide a warranty. Within first 14 days you should get a brand new replacement without waiting
Edited by: "Jonwillis" 12th Jan
Jonwillis12/01/2020 08:33

Most electrical items that fail (if they fail at all) do so in the first …Most electrical items that fail (if they fail at all) do so in the first 12 months, which is why they provide a warranty. Within first 14 days you should get a brand new replacement without waiting


Yep not worried about getting a replacement, just a first for me to have something like this happen. Other than that it was a great TV.
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