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LG OLED E9 OLED55E9PLA £1399 @ Amazon Dispatched from and sold by Reliant Direct
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LG OLED E9 OLED55E9PLA £1399 @ Amazon Dispatched from and sold by Reliant Direct

£1,399£1,59913%Amazon Deals
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Posted 27th Mar

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Price has been up and down all week by various sellers. I bought one from elsewhere and just had delivered, the difference is night and day compared to my old LG which was 5 years old this year.


Free delivery, no indication of how long warranty is though.

3rd party through Amazon.


Perfection from pitch blacks to vibrant colours

Get lost deeper in your entertainment with the LG OLED55E9PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with Google Assistant.

The OLED screen creates the perfect pitch black, so when watching the in the dark the screen won't illuminate the room. Because each pixel can be turned off individually, you'll be able to see details in dark scenes that it would be impossible to appreciate on an LED TV. Colours are reproduced with amazing accuracy and vibrancy too, for an image that's truer to life than anything you've seen before.

And for the ultimate blockbuster experience, the E9 supports several HDR formats including Dolby Vision and HLG. That means you'll get a huge spectrum of colour with brilliant contrast, making dimly lit dialogue scenes just as clear as explosive battle sequences.

A TV that can learn

What if your TV got better with age? With the E9 it does. The 2nd generation a9 processor is intelligent enough to learn and optimise speed and graphics to keep bringing you enhanced image, whether you're gaming, binging a boxset, or getting stuck into a classic blockbuster.

Discover convenience with Google Assistant and ThinQ AI

Bring convenience to your living room with ThinQ AI - LG's voice command platform that works in sync with your other ThinQ smart devices, even those from other manufacturers. Ask your TV to play a film on Netflix, switch on the news, or turn up the volume.

And with Google Assistant built-in you can do even more. Find out what's in your calendar, how long your commute will take, check the weather, control your smart home devices, and much more - it's like having your very own personal assistant.

Simple, stunning, revolutionary

With a revolutionary constuction that's so thin and light, the TV panel is bonded onto a single pane of transparent glass. It's a stunning design which leaves nothing to distract your eye from what you're watching - it will look as if your TV is almost floating on your wall. Pretty cool.

When you're not using it as a TV it transforms into an art gallery, displaying stunning images from around the world – no more blank space on your wall.

Soaring sound

A great picture deserves great sound, and with Dolby Atmos you'll feel even closer to the action. Reimagining your movie audio as a 3D experience, each element is split and sent to different speakers, placing you at the heart of it all. Hear the thunderous charge of battle or whispered dialogue as if you're actually there.
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Spending 1400 on something you’ll use every day for hours seems fair enough to me

a phone is approaching the same price and they sell millions

let people make their own decisions, Good price
Edited by: "HazzaBombaza" 28th Mar
jimhuf28/03/2020 07:27

its a bold move splashing 1300 on a tv just before the economy tanks


If people don’t spend money, the economy will tank! Self fulfilling prophecy.
LanB27/03/2020 21:35

Will drop even more, now that new 2020 models are out


What’s tomorrow nights lottery numbers?
I haven't come from a particularly high spec television before this but I am in awe of this TV having purchased it in December 19. Highly recommended and sound is superb as well
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Cracking deal. Heat
Will drop even more, now that new 2020 models are out
Has anyone upgraded from a 2016 model (B6) to a 2018 or 2019 model?

Is it worth it?
Guessing 12 months warranty
Edited by: "snoopy18" 27th Mar
infinione27/03/2020 21:48

Has anyone upgraded from a 2016 model (B6) to a 2018 or 2019 model?Is it …Has anyone upgraded from a 2016 model (B6) to a 2018 or 2019 model?Is it worth it?


I upgraded last year from a 2017 model to a 2019. That as a big enough picture difference for me and I believe the 16-17 leap was pretty significant.

Gaming upgrades were noticeable with much better in brightness in particular. Webos was quite a decent functionality upgrade.

Coming from a 2016 oled you should see a decent improvement overall
I haven't come from a particularly high spec television before this but I am in awe of this TV having purchased it in December 19. Highly recommended and sound is superb as well
LanB27/03/2020 21:35

Will drop even more, now that new 2020 models are out


What’s tomorrow nights lottery numbers?
infinione27/03/2020 21:48

Has anyone upgraded from a 2016 model (B6) to a 2018 or 2019 model?Is it …Has anyone upgraded from a 2016 model (B6) to a 2018 or 2019 model?Is it worth it?


Got the C6 from 2016 and loving it
Cracking price with 5 year manufacturers warranty.
If only mine would pack in
Edited by: "Wolfylee" 27th Mar
HowayTheLads27/03/2020 22:37

What’s tomorrow nights lottery numbers?


To be fair, it's not exactly rocket science that nearly everything reduces in price when newer versions are out
infinione27/03/2020 21:48

Has anyone upgraded from a 2016 model (B6) to a 2018 or 2019 model?Is it …Has anyone upgraded from a 2016 model (B6) to a 2018 or 2019 model?Is it worth it?


I received my C9 yesterday after upgrading from a B6. Honestly, the picture quality is only marginally better, brightness is a fair bit higher though. The main things you notice are the speed of the OS and the 120hz gaming capability at 1440p. GSync works great with my 2070 super too.
But honestly if you don't game on your TV then it's probably not worth the upgrade really.

Edit - Forgot about eARC, which is a pretty good leap forward in tech also.
Edited by: "Remus81" 27th Mar
HowayTheLads27/03/2020 22:37

What’s tomorrow nights lottery numbers?


He's right, it probably will come down again in fairness.
A used - very good at £899
Edited by: "efc_4ever" 28th Mar
its a bold move splashing 1300 on a tv just before the economy tanks
infinione27/03/2020 21:48

Has anyone upgraded from a 2016 model (B6) to a 2018 or 2019 model?Is it …Has anyone upgraded from a 2016 model (B6) to a 2018 or 2019 model?Is it worth it?


Picture quality is a sight improvement (not close to as big as going to oled in the first place) but the software is miles better. Apps load instantly. Much more pleasant to use. The worst thing about LG OLEDs is LGs refusal to update them. HDMI 2.1 and 120hz makes the panel future proof though so definitely, if you can afford: C9 is the sweet spot at the moment or E9 if you want better sound
jimhuf28/03/2020 07:27

its a bold move splashing 1300 on a tv just before the economy tanks


If people don’t spend money, the economy will tank! Self fulfilling prophecy.
hero998928/03/2020 07:45

If people don’t spend money, the economy will tank! Self fulfilling p …If people don’t spend money, the economy will tank! Self fulfilling prophecy.


People without jobs cant spend money, pumping money into the economy to maintain an economy is not a solution. Once the virus is dealt with the real damage will be revealed.
jimhuf28/03/2020 07:47

People without jobs cant spend money, pumping money into the economy to …People without jobs cant spend money, pumping money into the economy to maintain an economy is not a solution. Once the virus is dealt with the real damage will be revealed.


It’s just the way our capitalist society works though. If people stop spending money, the economy falls. I’m not saying everyone who’s just lost their job should go out and buy a TV.
hero998928/03/2020 07:52

It’s just the way our capitalist society works though. If people stop s …It’s just the way our capitalist society works though. If people stop spending money, the economy falls. I’m not saying everyone who’s just lost their job should go out and buy a TV.


Yeah i get you, but the problem is people buy a 600k house, 30k car, 1k tv all on finance, while having an household income of <60k at some point that comes crashing down. It should have in 2008, but they dare not cut hard enough. Now they have the virus to hide behind.
Spending 1400 on something you’ll use every day for hours seems fair enough to me

a phone is approaching the same price and they sell millions

let people make their own decisions, Good price
Edited by: "HazzaBombaza" 28th Mar
efc_4ever28/03/2020 06:53

A used - very good at £899



I bet it's a bottom corner. This seems the Achilles heel of this particular model as the front glass touches whatever surface it sits on and that's always a danger if its moved accid
gg1pl27/03/2020 23:06

To be fair, it's not exactly rocket science that nearly everything reduces …To be fair, it's not exactly rocket science that nearly everything reduces in price when newer versions are out


Ooooo sorry big knickers
jimhuf28/03/2020 07:55

Yeah i get you, but the problem is people buy a 600k house, 30k car, 1k tv …Yeah i get you, but the problem is people buy a 600k house, 30k car, 1k tv all on finance, while having an household income of <60k at some point that comes crashing down. It should have in 2008, but they dare not cut hard enough. Now they have the virus to hide behind.


A 600k house on less than 60k a year household income? Oooooooook
jimhuf28/03/2020 07:55

Yeah i get you, but the problem is people buy a 600k house, 30k car, 1k tv …Yeah i get you, but the problem is people buy a 600k house, 30k car, 1k tv all on finance, while having an household income of <60k at some point that comes crashing down. It should have in 2008, but they dare not cut hard enough. Now they have the virus to hide behind.


Is that you Mr Corbyn?
Sorry bit of a dunce re TVs, but spec on amazon page says resolution is 1080 pixels is that right, the other similar TVs listed are all 4K uhd. Which is better?
Edited by: "shakerman" 28th Mar
Budden28/03/2020 09:13

A 600k house on less than 60k a year household income? Oooooooook


Trust me, its happening. houses arent assets to many, they are big balls of debt waiting to explode. Next ticking time bomb is the help to buy scheme. This virus is going to expose all these issues.

Good TV though...
I've a 2015 LG with curved screen and passive 3D with brightness correction, with no burn-in last-of-generation LCD (pre affordable OLED) connected to a 4k Chromecast controlling the TV via HDMI-CEC and Google assistant.
How does this 2020 model compare for those features, particularly for my 3D Bluray collection?
Edited by: "monkeyboy2010" 28th Mar
thanks to those that helped with my question about upgrading to a newer model.

One more question!

I have a sky q 2tb box with my B6... and I have absolutely horrendous lip sync issues. Only with sky, not with any of the built in apps (Netflix amazon, etc). Its normally OK with HD channels but not always. SD channels, or downloaded catch up programs can be a nightmare with lip sync going out of whack every few minutes.

I have played with every setting, every combination of settings, different cables, optical instead of hdmi, and tried every single suggestion from many many Google searches.

Has anyone else experienced this on an older LG oled? Do you know if the problem happens on the newer ones, or maybe know of a fix?

Sorry to hijack this thread, but this is probably the main reason I'd upgrade. It drives me absolutely bonkers.

Any help would be very appreciated.
jimhuf28/03/2020 09:29

Trust me, its happening. houses arent assets to many, they are big balls …Trust me, its happening. houses arent assets to many, they are big balls of debt waiting to explode. Next ticking time bomb is the help to buy scheme. This virus is going to expose all these issues. Good TV though...


Yes back to the most important thing of your point your trying to make

It's a great TV
Edited by: "efc_4ever" 28th Mar
What’s the difference between the E9 and the C9 ?
I’ve looked online but all I can see is it’s a different stand and the E9 has a 3.5mm Jack
HowayTheLads28/03/2020 09:13

Ooooo sorry big knickers


You posted a big knickers comment with what are the lottery numbers when he stated the obvious and another user said he was right too !?
gg1pl28/03/2020 09:51

You posted a big knickers comment with what are the lottery numbers when …You posted a big knickers comment with what are the lottery numbers when he stated the obvious and another user said he was right too !?


Haha
MattyJ198528/03/2020 09:48

What’s the difference between the E9 and the C9 ? I’ve looked online but al …What’s the difference between the E9 and the C9 ? I’ve looked online but all I can see is it’s a different stand and the E9 has a 3.5mm Jack


Better speakers apparently.

I went for the E9 as it said the sound was better. No point spending over 1k on a TV and not being happy with the sound.
dogsballs28/03/2020 09:10

I bet it's a bottom corner. This seems the Achilles heel of this …I bet it's a bottom corner. This seems the Achilles heel of this particular model as the front glass touches whatever surface it sits on and that's always a danger if its moved accid


The easy option is to wall mount it. Not ideal for everyone, mine is wall mounted. Bracket from amazon for about 20 quid and it's been on the wall 2 years.
Great TV, I have had mine since the end of last year, when John Lewis agreed to provide as a warranty replacement for my 4.5yr old Samsung JS9000 that had developed annoying backlight bleed.......delighted with the TV, top notch image and features, and this price is really, really good.
wilson928/03/2020 09:58

Better speakers apparently.I went for the E9 as it said the sound was …Better speakers apparently.I went for the E9 as it said the sound was better. No point spending over 1k on a TV and not being happy with the sound.


Another option is to go for a C9 and use the money saving on a modest AV receiver and speaker setup. All depends on what works best for the buyer.
monkeyboy201028/03/2020 09:36

I've a 2015 LG with curved screen and passive 3D with brightness …I've a 2015 LG with curved screen and passive 3D with brightness correction, with no burn-in last-of-generation LCD (pre affordable OLED) connected to a 4k Chromecast controlling the TV via HDMI-CEC and Google assistant.How does this 2020 model compare for those features, particularly for my 3D Bluray collection?


Genuine question how does 3d bluray hold up vs 4k. As I have a vast 3d collection but not jumped to 4k yet.
kevpuk28/03/2020 10:19

Great TV, I have had mine since the end of last year, when John Lewis …Great TV, I have had mine since the end of last year, when John Lewis agreed to provide as a warranty replacement for my 4.5yr old Samsung JS9000 that had developed annoying backlight bleed.......delighted with the TV, top notch image and features, and this price is really, really good.


What an incredible warranty win for you! Lucky sod. I've had my 55 E7 since late 2017 but with a 5 year warranty from Crampton and Moore, so fingers crossed for a major fault in the next 2 years or so!
cannibalwombat28/03/2020 10:35

What an incredible warranty win for you! Lucky sod. I've had my 55 E7 …What an incredible warranty win for you! Lucky sod. I've had my 55 E7 since late 2017 but with a 5 year warranty from Crampton and Moore, so fingers crossed for a major fault in the next 2 years or so!


Definitely, have to say JL we're fantastic.... First looked to repair, but given the JS9000 was curved and no replacement screens available (suited me, didn't care for curve really, but went for the model as was top spec at the time) they came up with credit value of £1900 against original JS9000 purchase price of £2500......£1900 buys a whole lot of TV, and the E9 was my choice.
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