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LG OLED55B9PLA 55" OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV + 5 Year Guarantee + 2 Free 4K Blu-rays - £998 (using code) @ PRC Direct
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LG OLED55B9PLA 55" OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV + 5 Year Guarantee + 2 Free 4K Blu-rays - £998 (using code) @ PRC Direct

£998£1,0989% Free P&P FreePRC Direct Deals
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Posted 8th MayEdited by:"merb0786"
LG OLED55B9PLA OLED TV for £998 delivered with code 20MAY100 and 5 year guarantee. This set delivers flagship level picture quality and considering the 2020 models only have incremental improvements, this will be a good option for most. If you prefer Richer Sounds, you could use this deal to price match and possibly get for £988 using their £10 price beat.

The 2 free 4K blu-rays are Avengers Infinity Wars and Star Wars i believe.



LG OLED55B9PLA 55" OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV

  • 2nd Gen α7 Processor for detailed images & custom sound
  • Thin OLED design
  • HDR: Dolby Vision / HDR10 / Advanced HDR / Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
  • Catch-up TV & 4K streaming
  • 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160p
  • Freeview HD with Freeview Play / Freesat HD
  • 5 Year Guarantee
  • HDMI 2.1 x 4
  • USB 2.0 x 3
  • TV with stand: 744 x 1228 x 246 mm (H x W x D)

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Movies, TV shows, games – they all look great on the LG OLED55B9PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV. And it's all thanks to the a7 Intelligent Processor and brilliant OLED display. The picture is rich with colour and sharpness, plus you'll see all the details in the shadows. Even non-4K content is upscaled.

HDR gives you the deepest black background and bold, bright colours for incredible contrast. And with OLED every single pixel on the screen gives its own light, so it's a world away from standard, one backlight, LED. Just wait till you switch on a nature documentary and see every shade in a glorious savannah sunset.

Dolby Atmos
With a picture this good, you need great sound too. The LG B9 more than matches up with Dolby Atmos. Made for movies, get into that big blockbuster with 3D surround sound immersing you in the action. With a TV this good your local cinema might get jealous.

A feast of content
With fantastic shows in different places, it can be annoying tracking everything down. The B9 comes to the rescue with all your favourites from Netflix to YouTube there on your screen with a press of a button. You can even cycle back through the week and catch up on any shows you missed with Freview Play. So start streaming, get bingeing, or kick back and watch some music videos.

Google Assistant and ThinQ AI
With Google Assistant built-in you can switch shows or turn the volume up just by speaking into the remote. And if you've got any other LG smart home products around the house, maybe some smart lights, you can control them through the TV thanks to ThinQ. Switch on a movie and dim the lights at the same time, just by having a word with your telly.
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GFunk09/05/2020 23:13

.. thanks, this is good info - especially coming from a C9 owner, but ….. thanks, this is good info - especially coming from a C9 owner, but would you still say the q90r is a contender against a 77C9 for slightly more money?


I spent two hours in Richer sounds in November comparing C9 vs q90r. Testing on starwars VIII, live TV and samsungs demo track.
At 65", C9 was 1799, q90r was 2300.
At 75/77" C9 was 6999, q90r was 3300.
Prices have lowered alot since.

I can fit a 77 in, just about but doesn't leave much room for the side speakers so would likely have to raise the TV and position speakers a tad lower to avoid them been too close to a wall.
Given the price at the time, I couldn't pick the qled over the C9, but currently the prices are very close so a much harder call. As to the 77" I could afford it but couldn't justify the oled price. I nearly went qled 75 but then saw the weight of the TV and then had to consider the cost of rebuilding my plasterboard wall to support it.

Any how. Some people hate qled, but it's come along way. The q90r is the last year to get a good 4k set, as the Q90T loses dimming zones so you are forced to an 8k set if you want qled to compete with oled.

I wanted an oled so I still got one, but I was tempted my the bigger screen size as that has an impact on overall enjoyment as well given I sit about 12ft away from the TV.

The blacks on the qled are really good, it is brighter and colours more vivid. Personally I found the C9 more colour accurate and the contrast brings out more detail, fabric, skin pours, sky etc.

I honestly think most people would be happy with either set, and unless they are side by side you probably won't tell a huge difference.

The q90r also has hdmi 2.1 confirmed now, it wasn't in the spec back in November, but it works on hdmi port 4. Q90R has no dolby vision but the C9 does. Personally I don't think dolby vision much if any better, some love it others prefer normal HDR10.
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As always mate 🔥
ms8408/05/2020 19:49

As always mate 🔥


Cheers mate - same always goes to you bud
Paid £1300 2weeks ago for the C9
mark07708/05/2020 19:49

Paid £1300 2weeks ago for the C9


I’m right in understanding that’s it’s worth the extra though?
alexfoxy08/05/2020 19:52

I’m right in understanding that’s it’s worth the extra though?


Yes I picked it as its better, especially for the new Xbox. There was a deal for the C9 today for £1200.
Waiting for 65" to come down. Comeee on PRC
Gods_Assassin08/05/2020 19:59

Waiting for 65" to come down. Comeee on PRC


Yes - I was looking for that too - that one rarely comes down but let's see...
has anyone bought from pcr before
So many deals on 55 and 65inch but none on 77inch :/
Been looking at TV in £500-600 range SONY, Hisense , Lg, Philips. What is the main advantage of OLED over these sets which seem to feature everything Dolby Atmos, HDR, 10 ETC. The Hisense models even appear as thin as OLED
I bought this for £930 back last September... still in the Box.
seanmc17208/05/2020 20:04

Been looking at TV in £500-600 range SONY, Hisense , Lg, Philips. What is …Been looking at TV in £500-600 range SONY, Hisense , Lg, Philips. What is the main advantage of OLED over these sets which seem to feature everything Dolby Atmos, HDR, 10 ETC. The Hisense models even appear as thin as OLED


ebay.co.uk/itm…twX

£699 Best Bang for your Buck, especially if you can find it cheaper.
Peter_Truong08/05/2020 20:02

has anyone bought from pcr before


PRC yes. Good guarantee and decent customer service
mark07708/05/2020 19:54

Yes I picked it as its better, especially for the new Xbox. There was a …Yes I picked it as its better, especially for the new Xbox. There was a deal for the C9 today for £1200.


I’m looking for one too for next gen consoles. I think I missed the £1200 deal tho
alexfoxy08/05/2020 20:09

I’m looking for one too for next gen consoles. I think I missed the £1200 d …I’m looking for one too for next gen consoles. I think I missed the £1200 deal tho


isn't Currys ebay still on for 1184?
think very is slightly cheaper as well
AMaky08/05/2020 20:15

isn't Currys ebay still on for 1184?


Yeah but only 1yr guarantee!
Heat @merb0786
Good deal
suarez77708/05/2020 20:03

So many deals on 55 and 65inch but none on 77inch :/


I'm in the same position. They will have to come down eventually on the C9.
seanmc17208/05/2020 20:04

Been looking at TV in £500-600 range SONY, Hisense , Lg, Philips. What is …Been looking at TV in £500-600 range SONY, Hisense , Lg, Philips. What is the main advantage of OLED over these sets which seem to feature everything Dolby Atmos, HDR, 10 ETC. The Hisense models even appear as thin as OLED


OLED has near perfect blacks and superior colour accuracy. In addition to that this LG has 4 x HDMI 2.1 ports which support 4k/120 with VRR which makes it a popular choice for those getting next gen consoles (Or graphics cards for their PC).
GFunk08/05/2020 20:33

I'm in the same position. They will have to come down eventually on the C9.


I’m hoping it’ll come down to 3k.... or maybe 3.5k!
suarez77708/05/2020 20:41

I’m hoping it’ll come down to 3k.... or maybe 3.5k!


Same as my bite point! My advice will be when the shops re-open the very few stores that actually have them in stock.. will want rid!!

I recently read on Avforums I think, of someone in the US who had bagged an ex-display 77C9 for $2250. Can only dream
Edited by: "GFunk" 8th May
alexfoxy08/05/2020 20:09

I’m looking for one too for next gen consoles. I think I missed the £1200 d …I’m looking for one too for next gen consoles. I think I missed the £1200 deal tho


This has hdmi 2.1 as well
Any for c9???
slannmage08/05/2020 20:07

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Sony-KD55XF9005BU-55-Inch-TV-Smart-4K-Ultra-HD-LED-Freeview-4-HDMI-Dolby-Vision/293272916229?epid=245223176&hash=item44486d9105:g:5n4AAOSw--9eOtwX£699 Best Bang for your Buck, especially if you can find it cheaper.


749GBP at JL plus you get a 5 yr guarantee. My question though, is this the BEST tv at that price bracket?
Heat deal but any good deal for 75 inch TV good for playing on upcoming Xbox consoles
Edited by: "vma" 8th May
wisevik08/05/2020 21:40

749GBP at JL plus you get a 5 yr guarantee. My question though, is this …749GBP at JL plus you get a 5 yr guarantee. My question though, is this the BEST tv at that price bracket?


It depends how much you want to spend.

I wouldn't buy it for 750, but I would in the 600 price bracket.

I mean you could try to find a cheap used NU8000 or KS7000/8000 for under 500.

The Sony has FALD.... but at 750 I'd just try to find a cheap B9 which you can use Gsync on.... and I can confirm it works as I use it. I was using a KS7000, but I picked it up and the screens cracked lol, I bought my Mum the Sony and it has an amazing picture closer to the level of the OLED, it does get much brighter too which is nice in the Kitchen.

Tbh though it depends on usage, I mean if you're just watching movies at night, buy a Viewsonic 747 4K projector for £650 on eBay, the guy is accepting offers at that as he accepted mine. Projectors give you much more bang for your buck at that and you don't have to worry about lamps like the old days.
can anyone confirm if the b9 has 2.1 hdmi at 120 Hz?
Peter_Truong08/05/2020 20:02

has anyone bought from pcr before


Yes, I bought a 65" OLED, they were fantastic to deal with, definitely recommend.
ezzer7209/05/2020 00:33

Yes, I bought a 65" OLED, they were fantastic to deal with, definitely …Yes, I bought a 65" OLED, they were fantastic to deal with, definitely recommend.


thank you
mark07708/05/2020 19:54

Yes I picked it as its better, especially for the new Xbox. There was a …Yes I picked it as its better, especially for the new Xbox. There was a deal for the C9 today for £1200.


How is the C9 better for Xbox than the B9? They both have hdmi 2.1 and both support 4k 120hz and have exactly the same panel. The only major difference between the B and C range is the processor (which doesn't come into play when using an external video source)
BigSals09/05/2020 07:53

How is the C9 better for Xbox than the B9? They both have hdmi 2.1 and …How is the C9 better for Xbox than the B9? They both have hdmi 2.1 and both support 4k 120hz and have exactly the same panel. The only major difference between the B and C range is the processor (which doesn't come into play when using an external video source)


The processor could play a part if it’s going to do any image processing. I heard that the screen is brighter too?
GFunk08/05/2020 20:43

Same as my bite point! My advice will be when the shops re-open the very …Same as my bite point! My advice will be when the shops re-open the very few stores that actually have them in stock.. will want rid!!I recently read on Avforums I think, of someone in the US who had bagged an ex-display 77C9 for $2250. Can only dream


That great, if prices don’t move in another month, I guess I’ll settle for the Samsung Q90R 75inch. It’s currently £2800, can see it going to £2500 mark again soon
alexfoxy09/05/2020 08:19

The processor could play a part if it’s going to do any image processing. I …The processor could play a part if it’s going to do any image processing. I heard that the screen is brighter too?


I'm fairly sure the processor does no image processing when coming from an external video source, only whilst watching directly from the TV itself. I could be wrong though.

Unsure about the screen brightness, my B9 is plenty bright in the middle of the day in a fairly light room though. When buying mine I saw nothing that made me think I should spend the extra £250 or so, even the ratings on the rtings website are identical after you calibrate the B9.
Peter_Truong08/05/2020 20:02

has anyone bought from pcr before



Me - got a 65 C9 last month with a code (now gone) that gave £200 off - ace service and communications, I'd recommend them. Sadly the 2 free UHD 4K dvds will not work in a PS4 Pro . .
BigSals09/05/2020 08:30

I'm fairly sure the processor does no image processing when coming from an …I'm fairly sure the processor does no image processing when coming from an external video source, only whilst watching directly from the TV itself. I could be wrong though. Unsure about the screen brightness, my B9 is plenty bright in the middle of the day in a fairly light room though. When buying mine I saw nothing that made me think I should spend the extra £250 or so, even the ratings on the rtings website are identical after you calibrate the B9.


This video states that the peak brightness on the B9 is 450 and on the C9 it’s 700.
alexfoxy09/05/2020 09:40

This video states that the peak brightness on the B9 is 450 and on the C9 …This video states that the peak brightness on the B9 is 450 and on the C9 it’s 700. [Video]


So basically if your living room has the sun actually inside it the C9 is the TV to choose
BigSals09/05/2020 09:42

So basically if your living room has the sun actually inside it the C9 is …So basically if your living room has the sun actually inside it the C9 is the TV to choose


Yeah, I’m sure the B9 is a great TV! Just stating the facts
suarez77709/05/2020 08:29

That great, if prices don’t move in another month, I guess I’ll settle for …That great, if prices don’t move in another month, I guess I’ll settle for the Samsung Q90R 75inch. It’s currently £2800, can see it going to £2500 mark again soon


I was looking at the 82" Q950R at £5000 after Samsung EPP discount, but trouble is I've already got a 65" B6 now. I know if I jump ship I'm gonna kick myself for losing those gorgeous blacks. I keep telling myself wait. The 77 C8 went to £3000 about 10/11 months ago as a managers special in Currys... so its a possibility!
BigSals09/05/2020 09:42

So basically if your living room has the sun actually inside it the C9 is …So basically if your living room has the sun actually inside it the C9 is the TV to choose


I’d disagree, I have a b9 in a south facing living room and it’s picture is stunning, minimal reflection / glare also
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