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LG OLED55E8P 55" OLED TV E8 £1089 with code @ Crampton & Moore
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LG OLED55E8P 55" OLED TV E8 £1089 with code @ Crampton & Moore

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Posted 18th Nov 2019

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LG OLED55E8P 55" OLED TV E8

Perfect Colour on Perfect Black
OLED pixels create an astonishingly accurate and wide colour range which is presented on the perfect black background only available from self emitting pixels.

The Brilliant Brain a9 Intelligent Processor
A Brilliant Brain, a9, an Intelligent ProcessorOptimized for OLED TV, LG's exclusive processor allows for clean and sharp images with accurate colour and even more detailed HDR images.
*a9 Intelligent Processor is available on all 2018 OLED models except B8.

Cinematic Imaging at Home
LG TV can recognise major High Dynamic Range formats such as HLG, HDR 10, Dolby Vision™and Technicolor. So you get the HDR experience, no matter what HDR entertainment you're enjoying.
*HDR10 Pro and HLG Pro is LG’s own proprietary HDR solution which process HDR signal dynamically frame by frame using enhanced dynamic tone mapping.

Dolby Atmos® Cinematic Sound at Home
Dolby Atmos lifts your surround sound to new heights using an object based sound output to create impactful and immersive sound. Coupled with Dolby Vision this is the full cinema experience in your lounge.
* Dolby Atmos and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Dolby Vision is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories.

Design Purity to Match a Perfect Picture
Only OLED's revolutionary construction is so thin and light that your TV design can be as pure as LG OLEDs Floating Picture on Glass or stylish Picture on Metal. Compliment any room with incredible technology.
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I have had one of these as my main living room tv for a year now ( I paid £1375.31 from John Lewis on a price match deal).
I use it for Sky Q, Blu-ray (both HD and 4K), Apple TV 4K, Netflix 4K, Amazon Prime 4K, Disney+, Hulu, YouTube, and Nintendo Switch and X-Box One X gaming.
We watch movies, box sets, broadcast tv, and I watch football, cricket, NFL and F1.

In the past we’ve had Panasonic plasma TVs (720p and 1080p) and Sony LCD TVs (1080p and 4K).

This one is the best we’ve owned so far.

Build quality is excellent, the user interface is fantastic, the settings are easy to navigate and change, the connections are fine (all HDMI inputs take 4K), it has Dolby Vision and HDR10, the viewing angle is brilliant when you’re sitting off-axis.

Everything we watch on it looks somewhere between good to jaw-dropping. Good being shows from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s, jaw-dropping being most things in 4K with HDR or Dolby Vision encoding.

The built in sound is very good for such a thin tv, but we have ours connected to a Dolby Atmos Samsung Soundbar with wireless rear speakers so the tv speakers don’t get used very much at all.

Unless you’re after HDMI 2.1 for the games consoles coming out in 2020 and beyond, I think this is an excellent screen at this price.

Final word - not a smidgen of image retention or screen burn so far, and the tv is on between 3 hrs and 10 hrs a day, depending.
wboy8418/11/2019 23:23

Is this better than the C9 ?


Nope. Not even better than a B9 I don't think.
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Thanks for posting @drwal44 I've added the full product name to the title, the price and the merchant. I've also added an image and a description.
Is this better than the C9 ?
wboy8418/11/2019 23:23

Is this better than the C9 ?


Nope. Not even better than a B9 I don't think.
isn't this the same price most places?

i'm hoping the C9 may drop to 800-900 on black friday, maybe a bit optimistic though?
Wait for the b9/c9 to come down.

Much better future proofing.
Sorry mate. This isn’t great at all. 1,099 or less for 2019 B9 model. And that is all main electrical places.
Rayza18/11/2019 23:43

isn't this the same price most places? i'm hoping the C9 may drop to …isn't this the same price most places? i'm hoping the C9 may drop to 800-900 on black friday, maybe a bit optimistic though?


I'd say so. I think we'll be lucky to see a C9 under 1k. I think I will bite at that point
Mugginz19/11/2019 00:01

I'd say so. I think we'll be lucky to see a C9 under 1k. I think I will …I'd say so. I think we'll be lucky to see a C9 under 1k. I think I will bite at that point


The B9 or equivalent was about £800 at some point last year wasn't it?
Rayza19/11/2019 00:06

The B9 or equivalent was about £800 at some point last year wasn't it?


Could be. I'm hoping you are right. The C9 is top of my list too. Saw one in person today. Soo crisp.
Rayza19/11/2019 00:06

The B9 or equivalent was about £800 at some point last year wasn't it?


There was a Costco pricing error for the 55B8 which dropped to £800 in store for a morning in January as far as I can remember.
LoveDealz18/11/2019 23:33

Nope. Not even better than a B9 I don't think.


E8 has a9 processor, nicer remote, picture on glass, better speakers although TV speakers are normally pretty pants anyway.

B9 has a7 gen2 processor, airplay 2 and some other software upgrades over the E8.

Personally, I’d choose the E8 but if you’re putting the TV in a room with lots of windows, I’d suggest the B9 as the picture on glass reflects the tiniest bit of light.
Rayza19/11/2019 00:06

The B9 or equivalent was about £800 at some point last year wasn't it?


Never dropped below £1K unfortunately
C9 will never go to £800/£900, the c8 never did apart from second hand, lowest was £1049 with 5 year warranty
Rayza18/11/2019 23:43

isn't this the same price most places? i'm hoping the C9 may drop to …isn't this the same price most places? i'm hoping the C9 may drop to 800-900 on black friday, maybe a bit optimistic though?


Yes
Bubba_Smith18/11/2019 23:43

Wait for the b9/c9 to come down.Much better future proofing.


I think it has free sync and earc, which is good but not quite £400 good
eddownz19/11/2019 07:52

I think it has free sync and earc, which is good but not quite £400 good


Hence why I said wait until it comes down in price.
Rayza19/11/2019 00:06

The B9 or equivalent was about £800 at some point last year wasn't it?


Maybe the b8
roshambo19/11/2019 05:31

E8 has a9 processor, nicer remote, picture on glass, better speakers …E8 has a9 processor, nicer remote, picture on glass, better speakers although TV speakers are normally pretty pants anyway. B9 has a7 gen2 processor, airplay 2 and some other software upgrades over the E8. Personally, I’d choose the E8 but if you’re putting the TV in a room with lots of windows, I’d suggest the B9 as the picture on glass reflects the tiniest bit of light.


Each to their own. I would much prefer the B9 which has HDMI 2.1 and G-Sycn.
How's the warranty here?
Tempted to go for it as I need to place it on the wall in the kitchen and I will never need to plug anything (e.g. bluray/sky) as the nicer system is in another room. Processor wise should be faster than B9 but slower than C9 (although significantly cheaper than C9). Undecided how much the 5 years warranty from RS is worth...
LoveDealz19/11/2019 08:44

Each to their own. I would much prefer the B9 which has HDMI 2.1 and …Each to their own. I would much prefer the B9 which has HDMI 2.1 and G-Sycn.


I'm sure only the C9 has G-Sync?
wboy8418/11/2019 23:23

Is this better than the C9 ?



The C9 is a fine all round tv, for me it ticks all the boxes. I'm a gamer, used to have a Plasma and never had any 'burn in' issues at all...following a few common sense rules that is. I know that should be a given, and all tv's are different, yet the C9 does most things very well. I currently have a Benq w1100/43 inch LCD and a few PC's and a G-Sync 150 htz monitor, so i could wait till next spring for the 2020 range. but the C9 is still a looker, with common sense there's no real danger of burn in. The real issue is that as you become more gend-up you start looking for issues, but that's the crap shoot, making an informed choice in the end is deciding what you are willing to live with.
Edited by: "chaank" 19th Nov 2019
vig1lante19/11/2019 09:01

I'm sure only the C9 has G-Sync?


Nope. B9 has it now also. Was confirmed a few weeks ago.
If this was an E6, (yes E6, not a typo,) I'D BE ALL OVER IT.
Heat added.

I have had one of these as my main living room tv for a year now ( I paid £1375.31 from John Lewis on a price match deal).
I use it for Sky Q, Blu-ray (both HD and 4K), Apple TV 4K, Netflix 4K, Amazon Prime 4K, Disney+, Hulu, YouTube, and Nintendo Switch and X-Box One X gaming.
We watch movies, box sets, broadcast tv, and I watch football, cricket, NFL and F1.

In the past we’ve had Panasonic plasma TVs (720p and 1080p) and Sony LCD TVs (1080p and 4K).

This one is the best we’ve owned so far.

Build quality is excellent, the user interface is fantastic, the settings are easy to navigate and change, the connections are fine (all HDMI inputs take 4K), it has Dolby Vision and HDR10, the viewing angle is brilliant when you’re sitting off-axis.

Everything we watch on it looks somewhere between good to jaw-dropping. Good being shows from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s, jaw-dropping being most things in 4K with HDR or Dolby Vision encoding.

The built in sound is very good for such a thin tv, but we have ours connected to a Dolby Atmos Samsung Soundbar with wireless rear speakers so the tv speakers don’t get used very much at all.

Unless you’re after HDMI 2.1 for the games consoles coming out in 2020 and beyond, I think this is an excellent screen at this price.

Final word - not a smidgen of image retention or screen burn so far, and the tv is on between 3 hrs and 10 hrs a day, depending.
mlamagna19/11/2019 08:29

How's the warranty here? Tempted to go for it as I need to place it on the …How's the warranty here? Tempted to go for it as I need to place it on the wall in the kitchen and I will never need to plug anything (e.g. bluray/sky) as the nicer system is in another room. Processor wise should be faster than B9 but slower than C9 (although significantly cheaper than C9). Undecided how much the 5 years warranty from RS is worth...


It’s worth an extra year
mlamagna19/11/2019 19:46

Is it not 5 vs 2?


Richer Sounds give a 6 year warranty if you sign up for their (free) VIP Club.
Dadbid19/11/2019 20:31

Richer Sounds give a 6 year warranty if you sign up for their (free) VIP …Richer Sounds give a 6 year warranty if you sign up for their (free) VIP Club.

So it is 6 vs 2! Even better... Now I am even more confused... :-)
mlamagna19/11/2019 20:42

So it is 6 vs 2! Even better... Now I am even more confused... :-)


Crampton gives 5 year
drwal4419/11/2019 20:43

Crampton gives 5 year


OK I am feeling dumb now... It was written on the product page and didn't realise that! Will go for the E8 then, thanks to everyone!
Tv arrived today! Very happy with the choice and the price paid! Thanks OP
Mine arrived to.
Looks great when you put a light behind tv,looks like screen is floating
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