LG 65SK9500PLA 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Full Array Smart LED TV - Refurbished £800.10 with code @ RicherSounds
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LG 65SK9500PLA 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Full Array Smart LED TV - Refurbished £800.10 with code @ RicherSounds

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Posted 4th Oct
Nano Cell technology – everyone gets the best seat in the house
Using uniformly sized display particles, this LG 65 inch TV gives enhanced colour accuracy and the ability to produce wider viewing angles with less colour distortion. This means that the colour accuracy remains virtually unchanged over a 60-degree viewing angle. Finally, everyone in he room can enjoy the highest quality images!

Full Array Dimming Pro
Pushing LED screen technology to its maximum, the 65SK9500PLA features Full-array backlighting with Dimming Pro. This gives maximum contrast, with the ability to precisely control the darkest and lightest sections of the images. What this means for you is the greatest realism and most natural images possible from an LED screen.
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How it is compared to the OLED TVs?
shaildyp104/10/2019 18:04

How it is compared to the OLED TVs?


You can't compare them to oleds.

This is far brighter, but of course oleds will always destroy when it comes to uniformity and blackness levels.

The blooming is a bit jarring, but tbh I only ever badly notice it on movie credits (Black and white contrasting). And even though it can go very bright in hdr/dolby vision modes, some things you do notice the blooming on... Too Old To Die Young on Amazon Prime struggled on a lot of scenes for instance. Most other content is fine though, Gears 5 looks fantastic.

The audio is also impressive, it's got a downfiring subwoofer... Not a patch on my surround sound system but it is the best I've heard on a TV.

It's also very heavy. I just about managed to set it all myself, but dreading when I have to move

Paid £1000 for it brand new back in July btw.
Rather have a GX800 but it's a decent price for the size
mamboboy04/10/2019 20:02

You can't compare them to oleds.This is far brighter, but of course oleds …You can't compare them to oleds.This is far brighter, but of course oleds will always destroy when it comes to uniformity and blackness levels.The blooming is a bit jarring, but tbh I only ever badly notice it on movie credits (Black and white contrasting). And even though it can go very bright in hdr/dolby vision modes, some things you do notice the blooming on... Too Old To Die Young on Amazon Prime struggled on a lot of scenes for instance. Most other content is fine though, Gears 5 looks fantastic. The audio is also impressive, it's got a downfiring subwoofer... Not a patch on my surround sound system but it is the best I've heard on a TV. It's also very heavy. I just about managed to set it all myself, but dreading when I have to move Paid £1000 for it brand new back in July btw.


hi i have the lg sm8500pla do you think the lg c9 would be an upgrade thanks
Edited by: "JAMESANN" 4th Oct
JAMESANN04/10/2019 21:26

hi i have the lg sm8500pla do you think the lg c9 would be an upgrade …hi i have the lg sm8500pla do you think the lg c9 would be an upgrade thanks


Of course, you're going from a midrange edge-lit ipa panel to OLED... but then the c9 is probably nearly double the price...
mamboboy04/10/2019 21:41

Of course, you're going from a midrange edge-lit ipa panel to OLED... but …Of course, you're going from a midrange edge-lit ipa panel to OLED... but then the c9 is probably nearly double the price...



thanks mamboboy i have the 8500 already happy with it but need another tv looking for a deal black monday
mikewadkins3504/10/2019 21:09

Rather have a GX800 but it's a decent price for the size


Good joke, crap peak brightness, 8 bit panel, worse build quality and more
Edited by: "Josh_millen" 4th Oct
Josh_millen04/10/2019 22:30

Good joke, crap peak brightness, 8 bit panel, worse build quality and more


How do personal preferences work? Oh yea...

Enjoy the Goldstar fella
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