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All the C9 65 inch Deals are gone, maybe it's just before another sale due to the announcements of new LG TVs

  • Organic self emitting pixels achieve the deepest levels of black due to their unique ability to completely switch off - no light is emitted or passing through the pixel
  • ULTRA HD 4K resolution is four times that of Full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close
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All the C9s have gone out of stock everywhere. There's a 4-6 wait for them to come back into stock in most places.

Can highly recommend the C9 over the B9. The £200ish price difference is worth it for the much better processors and generally experience.

Unless you are using a external reciever to control all your inputs
EagleUK18/01/2020 18:11

All the C9s have gone out of stock everywhere. There's a 4-6 wait for …All the C9s have gone out of stock everywhere. There's a 4-6 wait for them to come back into stock in most places. Can highly recommend the C9 over the B9. The £200ish price difference is worth it for the much better processors and generally experience. Unless you are using a external reciever to control all your inputs


You can get the E9 for the similar price of the C9. Which would you get?
poopscoop18/01/2020 18:23

You can get the E9 for the similar price of the C9. Which would you get?


Well if they were similarly priced the E9.

It's about £400 more pretty much everywhere though.

Can get the C9 for £1800-1820 ( assuming some cashback / 'haggling' ).
EagleUK18/01/2020 18:37

Well if they were similarly priced the E9.It's about £400 more pretty much …Well if they were similarly priced the E9.It's about £400 more pretty much everywhere though.Can get the C9 for £1800-1820 ( assuming some cashback / 'haggling' ).


I'm after a C9 at £1800+. You have a link? It was around £1849 around xmas.
poopscoop18/01/2020 18:38

I'm after a C9 at £1800+. You have a link? It was around £1849 around xmas.


May have to look around to find one in stock or wait for delivery ( 4 - 6 weeks ) but there should be a few options.

Your local euronics.co.uk/ store should be able to give that price, we purchased on the 13th,unless they can't guarantee that price anymore like currys ( see below ).

However, Currys had it at £1849.99 just last week however that now seems to have jumped up to 2599.99 so imagine, they revised the price when they had to get more from the suppliers or it's out of stock.

Our local stores were all completely out of stock bar display models but may be worth trying.
Screen burn oh lordy
Juan.Kuzov18/01/2020 19:09

Screen burn oh lordy


Apparently I’m not allowed to call a spade a spade here so I’ll just say this comment is in bad faith. Screen burn is not a concern for all but the most extreme of use cases on modern OLEDs
chunk3rvd18/01/2020 19:50

Apparently I’m not allowed to call a spade a spade here so I’ll just say th …Apparently I’m not allowed to call a spade a spade here so I’ll just say this comment is in bad faith. Screen burn is not a concern for all but the most extreme of use cases on modern OLEDs


Extreme of use cases? I don't believe it
chunk3rvd18/01/2020 19:56

Not sure if serious So just in case.... …Not sure if serious So just in case.... https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/real-life-oled-burn-in-test[Image]



Our stance remains the same, we don't expect most people who watch varied content without static areas to experience burn-in issues with an OLED TV.

This part gets me. Who doesn't watch/play something with at least some static elements?
Edited by: "rev6" 18th Jan
rev618/01/2020 20:00

Our stance remains the same, we don't expect most people who watch varied …Our stance remains the same, we don't expect most people who watch varied content without static areas to experience burn-in issues with an OLED TV.This part gets me. Who doesn't watch/play something with at least some static elements?


That’s not what it’s saying though. On those tested TV’s you’d have to watch the same thing for 5 hours per day, for 5 years, with static elements to see burn in. If the static elements are red/orange that risk may increase but that’s mitigated in the 8 series onwards due to the use of a larger red sub pixel.

So if you watch a news channel for 5+ hours a day or only play an online game like Overwatch then yes, that’s an extreme use case where I wouldn’t recommend OLED. Outside of that you should be fine to use it like a normal TV
chunk3rvd18/01/2020 20:05

That’s not what it’s saying though. On those tested TV’s you’d have to watc …That’s not what it’s saying though. On those tested TV’s you’d have to watch the same thing for 5 hours per day, for 5 years, with static elements to see burn in. If the static elements are red/orange that risk may increase but that’s mitigated in the 8 series onwards due to the use of a larger red sub pixel.So if you watch a news channel for 5+ hours a day or only play an online game like Overwatch then yes, that’s an extreme use case where I wouldn’t recommend OLED. Outside of that you should be fine to use it like a normal TV



Online games like Overwatch are the only ones that have static elements?
I just purchased the C9 65 inch last week for £1850.00...after lots of reading up on HDUK and other forums, the LG with the free sky offer worth £800+ and with the RS 6 years guarantee included “it was a no brainier for me” I’m in cloud C9 with my purchase, I think the B series is not that far behind in performance...I’m not so sure if you will get the same offer on the SKY deal though. I was just about to bite the bullet on the Sony XG950565inch...so glad I went to see it in the flesh...the rest is history!
rev618/01/2020 20:13

Online games like Overwatch are the only ones that have static elements?


No, all games have static elements. Although some are getting more OLED friendly by offering things like transparency settings, the option to change the colour of HUD elements or dynamic HUD’s that disappear when not in use.

My point is that if it takes multiple thousands of hours to cause burn in, the odds of someone doing thing this with a single player game are slim to none. I just put 150 hours into Red Dead 2 on my C8. Despite that map in the corner I don’t have a whiff of burn in or image retention. That wouldn’t have been the same on my Panasonic Plasma. I probably would have got at least some temporary IR from that.

Back to my original point - multiplayer games are the only thing people could potentially put thousands of hours into. I specifically mention Overwatch as the special meter can be a known cause of burn in. Similarly, if you play a lot of Rocket League (again, thousands of hours) then you may see burn in from the boost meter. Also worth noting, in the rtings test the TV that’s been running Call of Duty for 9000 hours doesn’t show any signs of burn in yet and that game contains static elements.
£1,749 (sold by Reliant Direct) is currently the cheapest this product is available for on Amazon. Most of the other listed sellers including Amazon and Richer Sounds are around the £1,778 or £1,779 price point.

A friend of mine looked around extensively at what deals the 65” C9 was available for over the past couple of months (Black Friday and Boxing Day sales) and ended up purchasing his from Richer Sounds for £1,779 (they price-matched Costco’s price of £1,799 plus beat it by £20 after seeing proof of membership) on 18-months interest free credit. Also, in the process of claiming for the free Sky Q offer for 18-months although being an existing customer Sky are demanding £100 (£50 for a Sky Q 2TB box) and £50 installation) despite the LG Sky offer terms and conditions clearly stating only a £10 delivery charge will need to be paid by existing Sky customers!

Are any precautions necessary when first using a brand new OLED tv like there were with plasma where it was recommended that you lower the colour and brightness settings during the first 200 hours of use in order to prevent possible image retention?

Would any existing owners of this tv care to share their recommended settings for best picture quality for use in a room with average natural light at each end of the lounge (no direct natural light on the screen itself).

Thanks.
Bit strange that LG never announced any new OLED models at CES 2020 other than a GX Gallery OLED.

Does anyone know of any other details for possible new models being released this year?

Isn’t March the month that new LG OLED models are usually released? If so, that isn’t too far away!

Is it likely the new (10?) range will feature brand new panels and/or processors in addition to different aesthetics? Oh, and cost twice the price that the current models including the C9 were being sold for until a few days ago!
cheekster19/01/2020 09:17

Bit strange that LG never announced any new OLED models at CES 2020 other …Bit strange that LG never announced any new OLED models at CES 2020 other than a GX Gallery OLED.Does anyone know of any other details for possible new models being released this year?Isn’t March the month that new LG OLED models are usually released? If so, that isn’t too far away!Is it likely the new (10?) range will feature brand new panels and/or processors in addition to different aesthetics? Oh, and cost twice the price that the current models including the C9 were being sold for until a few days ago!


techradar.com/uk/…eup
cheekster19/01/2020 09:17

Bit strange that LG never announced any new OLED models at CES 2020 other …Bit strange that LG never announced any new OLED models at CES 2020 other than a GX Gallery OLED.Does anyone know of any other details for possible new models being released this year?Isn’t March the month that new LG OLED models are usually released? If so, that isn’t too far away!Is it likely the new (10?) range will feature brand new panels and/or processors in addition to different aesthetics? Oh, and cost twice the price that the current models including the C9 were being sold for until a few days ago!



BX CX EX all the 10 series
I believe the 2020 E series will be renamed GX Gallery.
cheekster19/01/2020 09:08

£1,749 (sold by Reliant Direct) is currently the cheapest this product is …£1,749 (sold by Reliant Direct) is currently the cheapest this product is available for on Amazon. Most of the other listed sellers including Amazon and Richer Sounds are around the £1,778 or £1,779 price point.A friend of mine looked around extensively at what deals the 65” C9 was available for over the past couple of months (Black Friday and Boxing Day sales) and ended up purchasing his from Richer Sounds for £1,779 (they price-matched Costco’s price of £1,799 plus beat it by £20 after seeing proof of membership) on 18-months interest free credit. Also, in the process of claiming for the free Sky Q offer for 18-months although being an existing customer Sky are demanding £100 (£50 for a Sky Q 2TB box) and £50 installation) despite the LG Sky offer terms and conditions clearly stating only a £10 delivery charge will need to be paid by existing Sky customers! Are any precautions necessary when first using a brand new OLED tv like there were with plasma where it was recommended that you lower the colour and brightness settings during the first 200 hours of use in order to prevent possible image retention?Would any existing owners of this tv care to share their recommended settings for best picture quality for use in a room with average natural light at each end of the lounge (no direct natural light on the screen itself).Thanks.



What RS store was that?

I tried to get RS Glasgow to do the price match with Costco and was told that they couldn’t on an interest free deal(mad)
Expired shows as £1749
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