LG 55EG9A7V Full HD OLED Smart TV £843.03 (Amazon Lightning Deal)
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LG 55EG9A7V Full HD OLED Smart TV £843.03 (Amazon Lightning Deal)

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Found 28th Mar
LG 55EG9A7V
Full HD OLED Smart TV
Image Aspect Ratio 16:9
Remote Control- Standard remote Sound Effects- ULTRA Surround
Resolution- 1920 x 1080
Platform- webOS 2.0
Digital TV Tuner- DVB-C, DVB-S2, DVB-T2
Energy Class -Class A
Speaker System -2 speakers
Display Format -1080p (Full HD)
Connectivity -Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Video Interface -Component, composite, HDMI HDMI Ports Qty -3 ports Internet
Streaming Services -Netflix, Google Play Movies,Premium Play, Chili, Tim Vision Energy Consumption per Year -162 kWh
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Cheap but old spec, no 4K... still voted hot though
Edited by: "rawson" 28th Mar
Omg cheapest I’ve seen
Hi, hopefully 4K OLED TVs will drop in price soon, especially nearer the World Cup.
Tempted though will wait a little longer (voted hot as the cheapest offer at the moment.)
Edited by: "liam7979" 28th Mar
liam797941 m ago

Hi, hopefully 4K OLED TVs will drop in price soon, especially nearer the …Hi, hopefully 4K OLED TVs will drop in price soon, especially nearer the World Cup.Tempted though will wait a little longer (voted hot as the cheapest offer at the moment.)


THIS IS NOT 4K OLED
gopolog862 m ago

THIS IS NOT 4K OLED


Lol... He never said it was? AND I CAN SHOUT TOO!!!
crabby091 m ago

Lol... He never said it was? AND I CAN SHOUT TOO!!!


haha no but sounds like he was saying becuase this tv is cheap that oled are coming down in price which i havent seen unless im wrong?
Edited by: "gopolog86" 28th Mar
gopolog8645 m ago

haha no but sounds like he was saying becuase this tv is cheap that oled …haha no but sounds like he was saying becuase this tv is cheap that oled are coming down in price which i havent seen unless im wrong?


It doesn't to me? It sounds like two statements were made: 1) a wish for 4K OLEDs to drop in price with the upcoming World Cup (middle of june). 2) being tempted by this TV since it's cheap for what it is (a 1080p OLED).

The impression I get of the OLED market is that manufacturers aren't investing much in it any more since MicroLED tech is now on the radar. MicroLED should have exactly the same features as OLED but be cheaper to manufacture and not suffer from burn-in as much due to different materials being used. Samsung in particular have recently decided to not ramp up OLED manufacture for phones and to invest heavily in MicroLED, yet we were counting on them entering the OLED TV market to drive costs down through competition.

I would not be surprised if OLED prices remain stable for the next few years until the tech is replaced.
CampGareth1 h, 16 m ago

It doesn't to me? It sounds like two statements were made: 1) a wish for …It doesn't to me? It sounds like two statements were made: 1) a wish for 4K OLEDs to drop in price with the upcoming World Cup (middle of june). 2) being tempted by this TV since it's cheap for what it is (a 1080p OLED).The impression I get of the OLED market is that manufacturers aren't investing much in it any more since MicroLED tech is now on the radar. MicroLED should have exactly the same features as OLED but be cheaper to manufacture and not suffer from burn-in as much due to different materials being used. Samsung in particular have recently decided to not ramp up OLED manufacture for phones and to invest heavily in MicroLED, yet we were counting on them entering the OLED TV market to drive costs down through competition.I would not be surprised if OLED prices remain stable for the next few years until the tech is replaced.


Hi, that’s correct two statements. Thanks for clarifying this :-)
Maybe not a great deal as none purchased! Though just over 25 minutes to go.
gopolog863 h, 8 m ago

THIS IS NOT 4K OLED


Dont worry .I've got this TV and it's picture quality is better than two other 4k tv I own.4k content is still very limited.
CampGareth4 h, 56 m ago

The impression I get of the OLED market is that manufacturers aren't …The impression I get of the OLED market is that manufacturers aren't investing much in it any more since MicroLED tech is now on the radar. MicroLED should have exactly the same features as OLED but be cheaper to manufacture and not suffer from burn-in as much due to different materials being used.


That's really not correct at all. LG are more invested in OLED than ever, and will continue pushing the technology hard. Of course Samsung would love to get MicroLED to market, because they're the only company not currently selling OLED TVs (presumably because they refuse to buy panels from LG like everyone else). And frankly the idea that them entering the OLED TV market would push prices down is fanciful, given how massively they overcharge for their "QLED" (aka "bog-standard edge-lit LCD") sets right now. Ultimately, their goal is having control and not relying on LG for panels, rather than any technical reasoning. It's exactly the same thing with them creating and pushing HDR10+ when we already have Dolby Vision.

It's all rather academic anyway, as we're at least five years away from seeing MicroLED in reasonably-sized, reasonably-priced consumer devices. Buying an OLED now would hardly be a bad investment. Painting it as a dying technology about to be replaced is just regurgitating Samsung marketing material.
Aretak59 m ago

That's really not correct at all. LG are more invested in OLED than ever, …That's really not correct at all. LG are more invested in OLED than ever, and will continue pushing the technology hard. Of course Samsung would love to get MicroLED to market, because they're the only company not currently selling OLED TVs (presumably because they refuse to buy panels from LG like everyone else). And frankly the idea that them entering the OLED TV market would push prices down is fanciful, given how massively they overcharge for their "QLED" (aka "bog-standard edge-lit LCD") sets right now. Ultimately, their goal is having control and not relying on LG for panels, rather than any technical reasoning. It's exactly the same thing with them creating and pushing HDR10+ when we already have Dolby Vision.It's all rather academic anyway, as we're at least five years away from seeing MicroLED in reasonably-sized, reasonably-priced consumer devices. Buying an OLED now would hardly be a bad investment. Painting it as a dying technology about to be replaced is just regurgitating Samsung marketing material.


Interestingly Samsung do or did produce an OLED TV. Here it is. It looks like they never started producing 4K OLED panels and maybe even pulled out of OLED TV production entirely. As a result there's only one manufacturer left producing large format OLED panels, LG.

Competition is one of the key driving factors for price reduction and innovation, LG has none of it. Samsung equally has none of it with QLED, hence the currently high prices for what is just an increased potential colour gamut.

As for the future, sure buying OLED isn't a bad idea. I'm just saying prices likely aren't going to drastically improve because, again, there's no competition in the market and the one company who could provide it pulled out. The second best option would be Sony since they produce medium form factor panels at the moment (10-30").
liam79794 h, 36 m ago

Maybe not a great deal as none purchased! Though just over 25 minutes to …Maybe not a great deal as none purchased! Though just over 25 minutes to go.



I may have gone for it as it's perfect for me but just not sure about buying such a small monitor - Still bigger than my second monitor.

Then again it's half way to a 75"...
Edited by: "png666" 28th Mar
As predicted, order cancelled due to manufacturer no longer making item. Shame Amazon are about a year too late!
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