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Posted 13 May 2024

LG 65QNED916QE 65 Inch QNED Mini LED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with 5 year warranty - automatic discount at checkout.

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Quantum Dot meets NanoCell
See Pure Colours Even Richer. Experience colour that's out of this world with the combined power of Quantum Dot and NanoCell.

Mini LEDs
Mini Lights, Mega Contrast. Thousands of tiny backlights fill the screen delivering sharp, bright images with incredible detail.

Ultra-large Screen.
When We Said Big, We Meant It. Take your viewing to the next level with vibrant QNED colour in stunning 4K on an ultra-large screen.

α7 Gen5 AI Processor
We're Fine-tuning Your Viewing Experience. The α7 Gen5 AI Processor uses deep-learning algorithms to offer an enhanced viewing experience.

ThinQ AI & WebOS
Smart Has Never Been This Simple. See how convenient TV can be with personalised alerts, recommendations, smart assistants, and more.

Always Ready
Even when the screen is off, LG QNED is ready to respond to your questions at a moment's notice. It can even display your photographs and other lifestyle content when you're not watching TV.

True Cinema
Performance that Steals the Show. Enjoy a breathtakingly cinematic experience from the comfort of your own home with LG QNED.

Dolby Vision IQ, Dolby Atmos, & HDR 10 Pro
The latest Dolby solutions bring you upgraded picture and sound across an even wider range of content while HDR10 Pro automatically improves contrast for greater clarity even in regular HDR content.

Advanced Gaming
So Much More Power to Play with. Upgrade your gaming setup with a next-level TV designed for ultimate next-gen gaming.

Cloud Gaming
LG QNED brings thousands of new games to you with Google Stadia and GEFORCE Now built-in.

Model Number: 65QNED916QE
Please note: Some apps and services, including tuner, are only available in the UK. Smart TVs are run by third-party content. These third-party providers reserve the right to delete or stop supporting any apps or services at any time. Some apps and services might not be accessible right away and might need a firmware update to become accessible. Costco's warranty does not cover the availability or fees associated with running apps.
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  1. -MrWebb-'s avatar
    In the market for a new TV and very tempted by this one - is it good value for money and are there any other TV’s around this price point I should consider?
    i_need_bargains's avatar
    Good value yes, nothing comparable on offer now at this price. It's a 2022 model but still a very decent TV. Plenty of reviews out there . (edited)
  2. McC-Dad's avatar
    I have last years qned, it's fine but the screen suffers a lot from dirty screen effect, and even with full dimming it has a lot of shadowing in dark scenes. This model may be better but I'd spend that bit more and get an OLED or look at samsungs QLED, I would say they have a better panel / tech where the above are less of am issue.
  3. crosswski's avatar
    The best 65 inch TV deal right now.
    CiscoRaz1's avatar
    I agree. Looking for a 65 inch around the £600 mark with 5 years warranty. RTINGS reviewed the QNED90 (same as QNED91, this one) and gave it 7.8. Others I would like to consider, but have not been discounted as heavily are the U7K or C845K, still being sold around £800 fingers crossed they discount them soon with the footy happening here.
  4. jeffpa's avatar
    Bought this about two months ago £700. Good reduction.
    -MrWebb-'s avatar
    Worth the money?
  5. jumbosausage's avatar
    Reviews seem to suggest it doesn't have OLED level blacks and there is some blooming on darker scenes but its exceptionally bright enough and has great motion.

    I'm guessing it's a step up from a standard full array but the blooming and lack of true black might be a deal breaker.

    But for a decent brand, 65in, full array and good warranty (and no screen burn worry) it's a cracking deal.

    Actually thinking about this, do I go for this or a LG C series if it goes under a grand again? Decisions, decisions. (edited)
  6. someperson's avatar
    Looks pretty good
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