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LG OLED65C9PLA 65 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £1799.98 @ Costco
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LG OLED65C9PLA 65 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £1799.98 @ Costco

£1,799.98£1,999.9910%Costco Deals
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Posted 24th Dec 2019

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First time back in stock since mid November. Online membership is available for £20. Now £15.

Update 3rd Jan, now back in stock!

5 year warranty included so richer sounds will price match this +£20

New 2nd Gen α9 (Alpha 9) Processor with AI
The 2nd gen α9 processor upgraded with Deep Learning AI algorithm delivers a breathtaking and detailed image as well as a custom sound to be immersed in incredible reality. The intelligent processor which learned millions of contents recognises the quality of original contents, to optimise clarity and sharpness.
 
AI Brightness
The light sensor works by detecting ambient light and the 2nd generation α9 Intelligent Processor automatically optimises brightness in the image to maintain a bright and sharp picture regardless of illuminance.
 
Sound Quality Reinvented
The 2nd gen α9 processor also works to optimise sound by audio genre, by identifying voice, effect and frequency. What’s more, spatial recognition technology helps to offer balanced sound to fit your space. The processor will also analyse audio source to provide an optimum sound depending on content type, while also up-mixing 2.0ch sound to virtual 5.1 surround sound.
 
AI Smart
LG AI TV will expand your AI experience with the help of both Google Assistant and Alexa, allowing you to get answers to questions and control smart home devices all effortlessly with the power of your voice.
 
OLED Black
OLED pixels create an amazingly accurate and wide colour range which is presented on the rich black background only available from over 8 million self-emitting pixels which control their own luminance individually. 4K HDR gaming delivers more vibrant colours, even from a Wide Viewing Angle. 5.1 Virtual Surround Sound envelops you in dramatic sound for a complete gaming experience.
 
Dolby Vision & Atmos
Get the cinema experience at home, as Dolby transforms your home into an entertainment powerhouse with cinematic HDR imaging and sound.
 
4K Cinema HDR
Major HDR formats including Advanced HDR by Technicolor and HDR10 Pro deliver cinematic images that are true to the filmmaker’s vision.
 
Minimalistic Design
The sophisticated and ultra-sleek design of the LG C9 OLED TV will seamlessly integrate with your home. LG OLED TV adds a final touch of uniqueness to your carefully curated interior.
 
Reducing Cable Clutter
Cable management helps to keep all connections neatly organised so your living room will be clean and clutter free.
 
Gallery Mode
Gallery Mode adds a touch of class to your life, buy bringing world famous travel attractions updated seasonally by TripAdvisor.
 
Fast Response, Fluid Motion
Enhance your gameplay with the latest features. Enjoy a 1ms response time, 12.9ms input lag which is sure to deliver smoother, real-time action. VRR and ALLM supported on HDMI 2.1 deliver the best graphics with minimal stutter at the fastest speeds.
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Attached are prices for other LG OLEDs at costco for those who don't have a login.

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Why is this better than the hukd deal already up for £50 less..

hotukdeals.com/dea…282
Oled deal day apparently
I'm the man to see if you want to know loads of info on these OLED's,I'm sure others would agree
gatlanda24/12/2019 18:56

Oled deal day apparently


At 1k plus for a marginal improvement in picture quality and viewing experience?
Dont think so mate. Nah!
africanspeed24/12/2019 19:14

At 1k plus for a marginal improvement in picture quality and viewing …At 1k plus for a marginal improvement in picture quality and viewing experience?Dont think so mate. Nah!


Marginal over what?
Same with anything, law of diminishing results. You think TVs are expensive try speakers, start at £50 and can go over £4000.
Jonwillis24/12/2019 18:45

Attached are prices for other LG OLEDs at costco for those who don't have …Attached are prices for other LG OLEDs at costco for those who don't have a login. [Image] [Image]


Got anything on the C9 please buddy? 55”
IIRC this model (along with 55 And b seris)is due to get a firmware update g-sync enabled for 1440 120hz and 4k tho can't remember if 4k is 120 too as it will need a gfx card with the hdmi spec that Nvidia hasn't supported on the RTX yet

[Update]

4k is 40-60hz g-sync

2560x1440 @ 120Hz for a 40-120Hz Variable Refresh Rate range
3840x2160 @ 60Hz for a 40-60Hz Variable Refresh Rate range

nvidia.com/en-…ow/
Edited by: "Rumpel" 24th Dec 2019
africanspeed24/12/2019 19:14

At 1k plus for a marginal improvement in picture quality and viewing …At 1k plus for a marginal improvement in picture quality and viewing experience?Dont think so mate. Nah!


I think it’s well worth the extra, the average person in the UK watches tv about 4 hours a day and if they was to keep this tv for 10 years then they would have been sat staring at it for about 608 days so when I look at it like that a few hundred quid seems like a reasonable amount to pay to have been watching a better picture that whole time.
k4mmy24/12/2019 19:38

Marginal over what?


He's a wind up merchant. Ignore.
sh3z24/12/2019 19:41

Got anything on the C9 please buddy? 55”


Edited - I previously posted about the 65" B9 the C9 55 is 1249 as per the screenshot.
Edited by: "Jonwillis" 24th Dec 2019
Rumpel24/12/2019 19:41

IIRC this model (along with 55 And b seris)is due to get a firmware …IIRC this model (along with 55 And b seris)is due to get a firmware update g-sync enabled for 1440 120hz and 4k tho can't remember if 4k is 120 too as it will need a gfx card with the hdmi spec that Nvidia hasn't supported on the RTX yet[Update]4k is 40-60hz g-sync2560x1440 @ 120Hz for a 40-120Hz Variable Refresh Rate range3840x2160 @ 60Hz for a 40-60Hz Variable Refresh Rate rangehttps://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/g-sync-compatible-2019-lg-tv-available-now/


P. S. B9 is HDMI 2.1 but due to slower processor can't handle 120hz 4k such the C9 and above can. There is a post in the official lg forum confirming it.
spinach_pie24/12/2019 19:43

He's a wind up merchant. Ignore.


Marginal when compared to average bells and whistles tv! And no, I’m no wind up merchant.
I’ve been in Curry’s where I’ve looked at OLEDs vs Standard Panels and tbh difference is negligible.
Doesn’t change your viewing or gaming experience that much. It is like peas and beans. Essentially the same legume but different colours. Hope this helps.
africanspeed24/12/2019 21:13

Marginal when compared to average bells and whistles tv! And no, I’m no w …Marginal when compared to average bells and whistles tv! And no, I’m no wind up merchant.I’ve been in Curry’s where I’ve looked at OLEDs vs Standard Panels and tbh difference is negligible.Doesn’t change your viewing or gaming experience that much. It is like peas and beans. Essentially the same legume but different colours. Hope this helps.


There is a huge difference when you watching 4K HDR
africanspeed24/12/2019 21:13

Marginal when compared to average bells and whistles tv! And no, I’m no w …Marginal when compared to average bells and whistles tv! And no, I’m no wind up merchant.I’ve been in Curry’s where I’ve looked at OLEDs vs Standard Panels and tbh difference is negligible.Doesn’t change your viewing or gaming experience that much. It is like peas and beans. Essentially the same legume but different colours. Hope this helps.


You can’t really compare tv’s in Currys, they are in max brightness shop setting mode and the room is a lot brighter than most people living rooms so you can’t appreciate the contrast that OLED tv’s are capable of. If your living room is as bright as a the shop floor in Currys then you would be better off with a LED tv as they perform better in bright rooms.
Sirez24/12/2019 21:41

You can’t really compare tv’s in Currys, they are in max brightness shop se …You can’t really compare tv’s in Currys, they are in max brightness shop setting mode and the room is a lot brighter than most people living rooms so you can’t appreciate the contrast that OLED tv’s are capable of. If your living room is as bright as a the shop floor in Currys then you would be better off with a LED tv as they perform better in bright rooms.


It is actually the opposite. LEDs are better in darker rooms. The guys in Currys even said same and they are the experts when it comes to tvs and where the technology is headed.
africanspeed24/12/2019 21:45

It is actually the opposite. LEDs are better in darker rooms. The guys in …It is actually the opposite. LEDs are better in darker rooms. The guys in Currys even said same and they are the experts when it comes to tvs and where the technology is headed.


Not true.
Jonwillis24/12/2019 19:50

Edited - I previously posted about the 65" B9 the C9 55 is 1249 as per the …Edited - I previously posted about the 65" B9 the C9 55 is 1249 as per the screenshot.


Sorry, never noticed the second screenshot, much appreciated pal.
rev624/12/2019 22:02

Not true.


So are you saying the guys at Curry’s who are experts in av equipment don’t know what they are doing?
africanspeed24/12/2019 22:26

So are you saying the guys at Curry’s who are experts in av equipment d …So are you saying the guys at Curry’s who are experts in av equipment don’t know what they are doing?


That's exactly what I'm saying.
africanspeed24/12/2019 22:26

So are you saying the guys at Curry’s who are experts in av equipment d …So are you saying the guys at Curry’s who are experts in av equipment don’t know what they are doing?


I went into Curry's the other week for a new laptop and had to return it as the screen colours were washed out. Turns out the thing had poor colour gamut accuracy and wasn't an IPS display. Tried to explain this to them when returning it, might as well have been speaking another language, store 'expert' had no idea what I was talking about and didn't understand the issue!
africanspeed24/12/2019 21:45

It is actually the opposite. LEDs are better in darker rooms. The guys in …It is actually the opposite. LEDs are better in darker rooms. The guys in Currys even said same and they are the experts when it comes to tvs and where the technology is headed.


This is not true, I am not having a go at you personally but if a sales person in Currys told you this then it clearly demonstrates that they don’t have a clue about the products they Sell (most of them at least).
Sirez24/12/2019 22:46

This is not true, I am not having a go at you personally but if a sales …This is not true, I am not having a go at you personally but if a sales person in Currys told you this then it clearly demonstrates that they don’t have a clue about the products they Sell (most of them at least).


I would agree, the staff in curry's are sales people for many different electronic goods, your more likely to find someone to sell you something than them been an expert. OLED win due to contrast (difference between black and white as human are more sensitive to it than colour (see chroma sub sampling)). OLED do have their limits though, and some will prefer the vivid brightness of LCDs (benifit in bright rooms or lots of reflections) . Everyone has their own preference and their own environment, but if you are spending this much on a TV you really need to see them in a demo room, with your own content and judge it for yourself.

Even i didnt find picking the C9 over the Q90R an easy choice at 65".
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africanspeed24/12/2019 21:45

It is actually the opposite. LEDs are better in darker rooms. The guys in …It is actually the opposite. LEDs are better in darker rooms. The guys in Currys even said same and they are the experts when it comes to tvs and where the technology is headed.


Currys sales folks, experts? Are you having a laugh?! Richer Sounds sales folk, maybe, but wouldn't listen to anything a Currys sales guy tell you!
Update: online membership is now available for only £15
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Out of stock unfortunately. Marked expired
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alexmtmorgan14/01/2020 19:48

Out of stock unfortunately. Marked expired [Image]


Agreed. I'll expire and keep checking if it comes back.
Jonwillis14/01/2020 19:52

Agreed. I'll expire and keep checking if it comes back.


Sounds good! Was hoping to price match on RicherSounds tomorrow. I’ll see if I can get away with it anyway...
alexmtmorgan14/01/2020 19:52

Sounds good! Was hoping to price match on RicherSounds tomorrow. I’ll see i …Sounds good! Was hoping to price match on RicherSounds tomorrow. I’ll see if I can get away with it anyway...


They will login with their own account at point of purchase to confirm price and stock, at least they did with me.
Jonwillis14/01/2020 19:53

They will login with their own account at point of purchase to confirm … They will login with their own account at point of purchase to confirm price and stock, at least they did with me.


Damn. I’ll get the TV tomorrow anyway. Don’t want to miss the Sky offer. I think it’s worth it to just go for it anyway.

18 months Sky Q for free (plus one time £50 setup fee)
alexmtmorgan14/01/2020 19:55

Damn. I’ll get the TV tomorrow anyway. Don’t want to miss the Sky offer. I …Damn. I’ll get the TV tomorrow anyway. Don’t want to miss the Sky offer. I think it’s worth it to just go for it anyway.18 months Sky Q for free (plus one time £50 setup fee)


Rs is only £50 cheaper anyway, it was £2300 when I got mine so this saved me £500.
alexmtmorgan14/01/2020 19:48

Out of stock unfortunately. Marked expired [Image]


Look like its back in stock, I don't have costco membership but seems like back in stock ask to login for prices. Kindly can any one confirm this
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robofobo15/01/2020 13:06

Look like its back in stock, I don't have costco membership but seems like …Look like its back in stock, I don't have costco membership but seems like back in stock ask to login for prices. Kindly can any one confirm this https://www.costco.co.uk/Electronics-Security/Televisions-Projectors/Televisions/LG-OLED65C9PLA-65-Inch-OLED-4K-Ultra-HD-Smart-TV/p/321447


Back in stock, but up to £2199.99

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Jonwillis14/01/2020 20:03

Rs is only £50 cheaper anyway, it was £2300 when I got mine so this saved m …Rs is only £50 cheaper anyway, it was £2300 when I got mine so this saved me £500.


I actually managed to get the guy at RicherSounds to quote me with the price match yesterday evening. When I came in today, the price was up to £2500 but their quotes are good for 7 days. He asked for my Costco membership number but didn’t check the stock, so I managed to get it for £1779.00 and have redeemed the Sky Q for 18 months offer as well! Well chuffed with myself
alexmtmorgan15/01/2020 13:48

I actually managed to get the guy at RicherSounds to quote me with the …I actually managed to get the guy at RicherSounds to quote me with the price match yesterday evening. When I came in today, the price was up to £2500 but their quotes are good for 7 days. He asked for my Costco membership number but didn’t check the stock, so I managed to get it for £1779.00 and have redeemed the Sky Q for 18 months offer as well! Well chuffed with myself


Lucky man, everywhere its price goes up since this morning only few are still at £1849.
robofobo15/01/2020 13:56

Lucky man, everywhere its price goes up since this morning only few are …Lucky man, everywhere its price goes up since this morning only few are still at £1849.


Your right. Most places want from £2250 to £2500. Peter tyson still at £1849.99

Costco is back in stock now but at £2199.99

This must be in preparation for another sale in 6 weeks time or so in order to flog off sick before the 2020 CX range arrives.

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Jonwillis15/01/2020 14:48

Your right. Most places want from £2250 to £2500. Peter tyson still at £ …Your right. Most places want from £2250 to £2500. Peter tyson still at £1849.99Costco is back in stock now but at £2199.99This must be in preparation for another sale in 6 weeks time or so in order to flog off sick before the 2020 CX range arrives.[Image]


Very nice research mate, Its ineradicable how its gone everywhere just in matter of day. I completely agree with you as its market preparation for 2020 CX range. Normally TV prices goes down in every March and April as far from last year trend.
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