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LG 55EG920V 55" Ultra HD 4K/HDR OLED 3D TV with 5yrs warranty £1499 via Rgb direct
LG 55EG920V 55" Ultra HD 4K/HDR OLED 3D TV with 5yrs warranty £1499 via Rgb direct

LG 55EG920V 55" Ultra HD 4K/HDR OLED 3D TV with 5yrs warranty £1499 via Rgb direct

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NOTE THIS IS THE 4K VERSION & DOES SUPPORT HDR not the 910v which is the standard 1080p version

Still looking for a TV and came to the conclusion as & when I take the plunge I'm going OLED. After doing some homework have came across this LG which is the 4k version and does support HDR. So sort of covers most bases for the foreseeable future.

The 920V has HDMI 2.0a ports which let the television play HDR (high dynamic range) content from external HDMI sources. In other words, the 55EG920 offers a greater degree of future proofing.

Also comes with 5year warranty if purchased before the 30th September.

Richer sounds are currently asking £1779 for the same TV.

Details below

The Ultimate DisplayFusing OLED technology with 4K resolution, LG OLED 4K TV brings you the finest viewing experience imaginable. With self-lighting pixels - meaning they switch on and off individually - OLED delivers the purest blacks, most brilliant colours and clearest imagesThe 55-EG920V has Four times the resolution. Four times the detailULTRA HD 4K resolution is four times that of Full HD, resulting in brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even up close. Enjoy a new standard of definitionLights out blackoutThanks to the self-lighting pixels, which are unique to LG OLED 4K TV, you get infinite contrast, delivering the deepest and darks blacks possible todayImmersive multi-channel sound effectComplete your viewing experience with ULTRA Surround. This multi-channel sound effect will immerse you with the most realistic audio yet from seven virtual channelsA true piece of artThanks to an intuitive design which creates a floating screen effect, you can now enjoy a whole new level of immersion and stylewebOS Making TV Simple AgainLGs award winning Smart TV webOS platform revolutionises the way you watch and experience entertainment on your UHD TV. Free from the complexities of advanced technology, you can now enjoy Smart TV the way it is supposed to be, simple and intuitive, bringing together some of the best servicesScale new heights of resolutionThe 4K Upscaler converts lower resolution entertainment to near 4K quality using a unique 6-step image processing technology. So whether its broadcasts, movies, sports or more, you can now enjoy it in incredible detail1000x faster. 1000x clearerWith a response speed of over one thousand times faster than LED, OLED allows you to appreciate fast moving scenes like sports or action movies free from blur.Colour captured like never beforeWith its unique self-lighting pixels, only OLED technology creates true-to-life colours which deliver a vibrant viewing experience.Enjoy the widest viewing angles with no loss of contrast or distortion of colour with LG OLED 4K TV, the perfect display all-roundLauncherSimply click on the Home button on the 55EG920 to access the launcher menu at the bottom of the screen and switch between channels, recently accessed programmes, apps and connected devices without interrupting what you are watching4K 3D+The worlds most comfortable 3D is also the sharpest 3D in 4K resolution. With its quadrupled resolution, the 3D images are more splendid than ever and the realism more lively than ever

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It does not support HDR blu Ray

Can anybody link me any tvs that supports everything getting the new ps4 pro and would like to get a tv that fully supports hdr 4k and possibly be oled.

The HDR is over streaming only.

From HDTVtest:While both feature a curved screen and UHD (ultra high-definition) resolution of 3840×2160, the LG EG920V actually holds a major advantage over the EG960V, in that the former is blessed with HDMI 2.0a ports which let the television play HDR (high dynamic range) content from external HDMI sources such as an Ultra HD Blu-ray player. In other words, the 55EG920 offers a greater degree of future-proofing than the 55EG960, even though the latter ships with a higher-quality metallic stand and Harmon Kardon sound.

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​According to Av forums this unit does support HDR10 and will work with HDR/UHD blue Ray.
Edited by: "archydarchy" 12th Sep 2016

Excellent price, Hot.

So tempted..........oO

Shame it's curved

was going to grab one of these but waiting for the new model to drop ...which in 2 months has dropped 700 already

hmm, this or the samsung ks8000? I heard they were better for input lag

crumpo

hmm, this or the samsung ks8000? I heard they were better for input lag



This has better picture being an OLED but if you game the KS8000 is a much better option because of the low input lag but also much brighter HDR for PS4 Pro and Xbox One S. In general forget the 4K bit really as going forward every TV will be 4K, however HDR will make a much bigger impact on the visual quality than anything else so in my opinion go with whatever has the best picture quality and does the best HDR if you can.
Also wait a couple more months as prices will drop for Christmas or at least get you'll get some decent bundles.

LG EG920V = 49.6 ms
Samsung KS8000 = 20.9 ms

The Sony XD93/XD850D are good options as well as they have an average input lag of about 37ms but will do something no other TV's will do which is 120Hz @ 1080p if that is something you're interested on.

I went to curry's yesterday and saw this there and I was blown away with the quality of this beast of a TV I could not believe it best picture I've ever since will definitely be saving up for one of theses

ricoch3tdice

I went to curry's yesterday and saw this there and I was blown away with … I went to curry's yesterday and saw this there and I was blown away with the quality of this beast of a TV I could not believe it best picture I've ever since will definitely be saving up for one of theses



When I'm stood next to all the TV's in a place like Curry's, the OLED looks a bit better than the rest. When you stand much further back however, or off at an angle, the difference is quality is even more apparent. The OLED isn't as bright as the LCD's but that black level adds so much more depth which makes it stand out.

every comments are helpful, but did anyone bought it seriously? oO

Good price but personally 4k is now old hat so will wait for an 8k / 4d model............ Just joking...

I'd also add that the brightness on LCD's look good in the store but kill your eyes after half an hour of viewing. As the OLED isn't as bright but goes to much darker, you get a higher contrast without the eye strain. If my plasma died tonight, I'd be buying this for sure.

Bought this on Saturday from RS. Will be claiming the extra back from them too! Cheers!

Btw: it's a cracking set, I'm well happy

I have the 960v model and in 4K either netflix streaming or sky q its awesome, will soon be getting a 4k player and see what thats like.

just letting you guys know I just saw a lightning Amazon deal is on LG 55EG910V for GBP999 (55 inch 1080p Full HD OLED Curved Smart TV WebOS (2015 Model) - Silver [Energy Class a])
amazon.co.uk/dp/…OLE might be useful for some

supertl

just letting you guys know I just saw a lightning Amazon deal is on LG … just letting you guys know I just saw a lightning Amazon deal is on LG 55EG910V for GBP999 (55 inch 1080p Full HD OLED Curved Smart TV WebOS (2015 Model) - Silver [Energy Class a])https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B015E8Q8XA/ref=gbdp_vlo_07541360_B015E8Q8XA?_encoding=UTF8&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE might be useful for some


Its a good price from Amazon but when paying this much for a tv I personally feel you need multi year warranty for it.

tbh get the 950v, has 3d (I know people don't really care but some do, and for roughly the same price its worth having), and it's HDR over hdmi's too.

true, plus it's flat screen (and same price)

I've had mine for 6 months or so and love it, I really wasn't sold on curved initially but it grows on you and I think it does reduce some of the glare. well worth it if you are looking for a good picture, this replaced my Pioneer kuro 5080

ricoch3tdice

I went to curry's yesterday and saw this there and I was blown away with … I went to curry's yesterday and saw this there and I was blown away with the quality of this beast of a TV I could not believe it best picture I've ever since will definitely be saving up for one of theses



OLED TV will do that.
These are true LED TVs, unlike the LCD TVs which are backlit by LEDs.
I have been waiting several years, for OLED TVs to be able to outperform my plasma TV, before buying another TV. Unfortunately, as yet, OLED TVs are not able to compete with the older plasma TVs. Hopefully within a year, OLED TVs will be released at a decent price point while sorting out the problems associated with current OLED tech.

What I do find shocking is computer monitors are still LCD and have not made the jump to OLED.

tjc2005

tbh get the 950v, has 3d (I know people don't really care but some do, … tbh get the 950v, has 3d (I know people don't really care but some do, and for roughly the same price its worth having), and it's HDR over hdmi's too.


The EG930v does have 3D and comes with two pairs of glasses in the box. It also supports HDR over HDMI. Take a look at AVforums for confirmation. The curve is only slight and detracts little, if at all, from your viewing pleasure but does reduce reflections depending on your room layout. The viewing angles are simply spectacular by comparison to anything else I have seen, maybe the curve helps a little with this.

Best £1700 I have spent in a long time!
Edited by: "HotBot" 12th Sep 2016

Good to see these coming down in price so readily. Hopefully I'll be able to get an unbent one this time next year, just in time for Xbox Scorpio.

I would recommend before buying any 4K TV to ask to see it with a 720p or SD feed beforehand when making your choice. The 4K feeds that the shop uses absolutely look stunning, but when I asked to see an LG 4K OLED with a 720p feed (can't remember which model) it looked poor due to the upscaling - almost a cartoon like outline for all ojects. Perhaps there is a way around this - I would like to hear peoples opinions on their experience with 720p feeds into 4K TVs.

noiren

This has better picture being an OLED but if you game the KS8000 is a … This has better picture being an OLED but if you game the KS8000 is a much better option because of the low input lag but also much brighter HDR for PS4 Pro and Xbox One S. In general forget the 4K bit really as going forward every TV will be 4K, however HDR will make a much bigger impact on the visual quality than anything else so in my opinion go with whatever has the best picture quality and does the best HDR if you can.Also wait a couple more months as prices will drop for Christmas or at least get you'll get some decent bundles.LG EG920V = 49.6 msSamsung KS8000 = 20.9 msThe Sony XD93/XD850D are good options as well as they have an average input lag of about 37ms but will do something no other TV's will do which is 120Hz @ 1080p if that is something you're interested on.


Thanks for this! I have been looking for a 4K TV for some time but haven't been able to find the right balance between picture quality and lag. I now know to get a 55" ks8000.

timdotrobinson1

I've had mine for 6 months or so and love it, I really wasn't sold on … I've had mine for 6 months or so and love it, I really wasn't sold on curved initially but it grows on you and I think it does reduce some of the glare. well worth it if you are looking for a good picture, this replaced my Pioneer kuro 5080


How do the two compare?

Is there anybody that has the tv that can confirm its full HDR with Xbox s/ultra 4K disk,or just HDR through streaming

afroylnt

How do the two compare?



the OLED is as good if not better on SD and the plasma is 'only' 720 - the 4K is outstanding on the LG

HotBot

The EG930v does have 3D and comes with two pairs of glasses in the box. … The EG930v does have 3D and comes with two pairs of glasses in the box. It also supports HDR over HDMI. Take a look at AVforums for confirmation. The curve is only slight and detracts little, if at all, from your viewing pleasure but does reduce reflections depending on your room layout. The viewing angles are simply spectacular by comparison to anything else I have seen, maybe the curve helps a little with this.Best £1700 I have spent in a long time!


Oh silly me, I was confusing it with a different one, I have looked at so many lately it hurts the brain...
How is the brightness on your set? Have you checked out the Samsung UE55KS9000 or 8000 at all for comparison? I hear they are great for HDR but of course cannot replicate the true blacks and viewing angle of OLED. I have the LG OLED55C6V and it is indeed stunning, but may not be as good for HDR. I'm going to go check out the Samsung before I fully decide if i'm keeping it though, as they didn't have any to compare to when I was in store before.

I have this tv. Bought from richer sounds in a flash deal for £1699 6 years warranty. So this is a great deal although don't know much about rgb. I love the TV OLED is really the way forward especially as a lot of things still in 1080p / SD. It has hdr from all sources. Only wish they did a 65 inch!

Only missing ultra 4k premium (hdr standard) but oled and normal hdr worth it over non oled hdr premium in my eyes.
Edited by: "mjayna270" 12th Sep 2016

Bought this tv today from richer sounds for £1600 including 6 year guarantee they had it as a clearance bargain.

LG - LAGGY GARBAGE

sunama

What I do find shocking is computer monitors are still LCD and have not … What I do find shocking is computer monitors are still LCD and have not made the jump to OLED.



they're coming.
pcper.com/new…oon

Masteryates

I'd also add that the brightness on LCD's look good in the store but kill … I'd also add that the brightness on LCD's look good in the store but kill your eyes after half an hour of viewing. As the OLED isn't as bright but goes to much darker, you get a higher contrast without the eye strain. If my plasma died tonight, I'd be buying this for sure.


Same here,the only tv that I will consider replacing my lovely Panasonic plasma will be an OLED.LCDs simply can't compete.
it's a real shame idiots at Samsung are still insisting on inferior technology of LCDs..they should hurry up and begin focusing on OLED.LG already surpassing them.but I really prefer Samsung TVs to LG in general.

hillsradio.co.uk/ offer free delievery aswel

£1499. What for an LG oO
U MAD BRO.

Edited by: "LocoMoFo9999" 12th Sep 2016

Tequila

Same here,the only tv that I will consider replacing my lovely Panasonic … Same here,the only tv that I will consider replacing my lovely Panasonic plasma will be an OLED.LCDs simply can't compete.it's a real shame idiots at Samsung are still insisting on inferior technology of LCDs..they should hurry up and begin focusing on OLED.LG already surpassing them.but I really prefer Samsung TVs to LG in general.



Me too. Had my plasma for I think just over 8 years. Not changing until prices go down a bit more.
BTW what's the current problems which oled currently face? I haven't been reading much about them since I last researched for my smart tv 2 years ago. Hehe

LocoMoFo9999

£1499. What for an LG oOU MAD BRO.


It's OLED.
do you even know what OLED is and how superior the picture quality is to old tech lcd leds?
for now LG is the only OLED manufacturer,so if you want the best,LG is the only option.
basically there is no other TV that can beat OLED quality,simple as that.
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