LG 55EG9A7V 55" Full HD OLED Smart TV - £989 With Free Delivery via Groupon
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LG 55EG9A7V 55" Full HD OLED Smart TV - £989 With Free Delivery via Groupon

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55": Ooh
Smart TV: Oooh!
OLED: OOOOOOH
1080peasant: Oh.
1080p BRRRRR its FREEZINGGGG.
Edited by: "AJ92" 9th Feb
Even at 1080p this will look gorgeous.
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1080p BRRRRR its FREEZINGGGG.
Edited by: "AJ92" 9th Feb
55": Ooh
Smart TV: Oooh!
OLED: OOOOOOH
1080peasant: Oh.
would take this over a 4k lcd
Even at 1080p this will look gorgeous.
LOL - why so cold?
Firstly - there are so few UHD sources available right now that very few people need UHD.
Secondly, unless you're sitting no more than a couple of metres away from your new UHD TV it's unlikely you are going to see any benefit.
Not price for a top OLED.
I wouldn't buy it, predominantly from a standards perspective. But SD and obviously HD are going to look a LOT better than a 4K LED trying to upscale the same.

OLED has the quality of plasma in improving weaker PQ.
Cheapest I’ve saw oled
The_Hoff1 h, 37 m ago

I wouldn't buy it, predominantly from a standards perspective. But SD and …I wouldn't buy it, predominantly from a standards perspective. But SD and obviously HD are going to look a LOT better than a 4K LED trying to upscale the same.OLED has the quality of plasma in improving weaker PQ.


I disagree with a lot better. I own a Pioneer Kuro 1080p plasma and a Panasonic Ez100b Oled
If I feed a 1080p source into each I can't tell the difference. There is a little difference on low bitrate SD. The results would be different on a low end 4K TV but this is close to 1k for a 1080p TV so you would be better off with buying a 4K TV.
Edited by: "Smadmad" 9th Feb
Smadmad1 h, 26 m ago

I disagree with a lot better. I own a Pioneer Kuro 1080p plasma and a …I disagree with a lot better. I own a Pioneer Kuro 1080p plasma and a Panasonic Ez100b OledIf I feed a 1080p source into each I can't tell the difference. There is a little difference on low bitrate SD. The results would be different on a low end 4K TV but this is close to 1k for a 1080p TV so you would be better off with buying a 4K TV.


1:1 pixel mapping is better than 4:1 mapping.

Obviously depends on a number of variables as to whether you notice it.

I definitely wouldn't be buying at this price, but that's not because the picture is suddenly horrific.
The_Hoff18 m ago

1:1 pixel mapping is better than 4:1 mapping.Obviously depends on a number …1:1 pixel mapping is better than 4:1 mapping.Obviously depends on a number of variables as to whether you notice it.I definitely wouldn't be buying at this price, but that's not because the picture is suddenly horrific.


Well obviously 1:1 is better but High end TV do a great job of upscaling. The Sony X1 extreme chip is fantastic. I can't see a difference that i would rather use my Pioneer for 1080p. My panny is good. If you were talking say £500 for a 1080p TV or a 4k tv and a majority of your viewing was HD and SD id say go for the 1080p TV.
I just watch freeview hd channels so no good going for 4K tv then
Does anyone know how many years warranty this comes with
Was €777 in Germany in several places on Black Friday. Not saying that makes this price terrible, but just gives you some idea.
Nice I didn't know they did 1080 oled. Would prefer that to 4k at this size if saving a decent amount, wouldn't be able to see the resolution difference unless very close but the colours, blacks etc will be obvious from any distance.
badasschris2 h, 34 m ago

Nice I didn't know they did 1080 oled. Would prefer that to 4k at this …Nice I didn't know they did 1080 oled. Would prefer that to 4k at this size if saving a decent amount, wouldn't be able to see the resolution difference unless very close but the colours, blacks etc will be obvious from any distance.



This tv is far from the 2017 models minus 4K though.
I would take a 1080p OLED over a 4K LCD any day of the week tbh.
Bloody perfect TV. If you are brain dead and want 4K just because this logo is on every BR-disc (even thought it was never filmed in 4K like 99% of todays movies) than go ahead and spend extra 500 on B7V. For me this one meeting all the expectations. Perfect image quality + OLED, and it is FHD. If you think about that it might give you better image than any 4K TV. First of all, I can use it as a gaming screen with my current RIG (and believe me, not having to buy extra 3 TitanX GPU's is a great feeling ). Second of all, any 4K resolution movie with 4:2:1 Chroma going from my PC to this TV is changing to 4:4:4 Chroma image. Meaning, every single pixel have it's own shades and colour information. And when you buy it and play BBC Earth series on it, you will know what I mean

P.S. It's 6 o'clock, I didn't slept well, I am foreigner - so if you can't understand anything above, just give me a break and jump to next comment please Have a nice day!
Master_Yoda7 h, 9 m ago

I would take a 1080p OLED over a 4K LCD any day of the week tbh.


You would rather have this than a Sony xe94 or Samsung Q8/Q9?
I have this TV and I love it. Would go for 1080p OLED over 4k LED any day of the week.
MIDURIX10th Feb

You would rather have this than a Sony xe94 or Samsung Q8/Q9?


That's hardly a fair comparison. This TV costs under £1k, I think most people would be comparing this to a similarly priced 4k set, not top of the range flagship sets. You're comparing apples to caviar.
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