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LG OLED55C9PLA 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV Freeview Play - £1,599 at Richer Sounds (with code)

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Posted 29th Sep

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Price is £1,699 but there's a discount code for £100 off for the next couple of days

Code is listed on the main page on the site also - so John Lewis should price match if you'd rather buy it there

Detail below pinched from Devinn's recent deal (better price at Crampton and Moore but no price match):-


LG OLED55C9PLA 55" OLED 4K TV

The 2nd generation a9 Processor has been upgraded with a deep learning AI algorithm, which optimises picture and sound depending on the type and quality of content, so you always enjoy a breathtaking experience.

LG AI TV expands your AI experience with both the Google Assistant and Alexa*. Get answers to questions and control smart home appliances all through the power of your voice.
*The functionality of Google Assistant and Alexa is dependent on region – please check this prior to purchase and note that Google Assistant is not available in the Republic of Ireland. Alexa will be available in the UK and the Republic of Ireland via a firmware update later this year.

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.

Dolby Vision & Atmos - Cinema Experience at Home
Dolby transforms your home into an entertainment powerhouse with cinematic HDR imaging and sound.
*Dolby Vision is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories. Dolby Atmos and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

4K Cinema HDR - Delivers The Filmmaker’s Vision
LG’s 4K Cinema HDR trues to the filmmaker’s vision with the support of most HDR formats. Be immerse in cinematic images with major HDR formats including Advanced HDR by Technicolor and HDR10 Pro.
*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.

Minimalistic design - Blends in to any space
The sophisticated and sleek design of the LG C9 OLED TV seamlessly integrates with your home. LG OLED TV adds a final touch of uniqueness to your carefully curated interior.

Reducing Cable Clutter
Cable management keeps all connections neatly organised so your living room will be clean and clutter free.
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Cracking tv ! But holding out till black friday
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Cracking tv ! But holding out till black friday
pesser29/09/2019 14:04

Cracking tv ! But holding out till black friday


Me too looking for the 65" hopefully it will drop below 2k
Have the C8 and what a tv it is
I want one but found out this week my wife leaves good morning Britain on for the entire duration it’s on and has a habit of leaving Sky paused for long periods of time Although burn in can be avoided by careful usage, I’m not sure it will last long with that sort of abuse (she won’t change her habits and will say I shouldn’t have bought the TV if I do get it and we get the GMB logo burned in to the screen)
Denziloshamen29/09/2019 17:08

I want one but found out this week my wife leaves good morning Britain on …I want one but found out this week my wife leaves good morning Britain on for the entire duration it’s on and has a habit of leaving Sky paused for long periods of time Although burn in can be avoided by careful usage, I’m not sure it will last long with that sort of abuse (she won’t change her habits and will say I shouldn’t have bought the TV if I do get it and we get the GMB logo burned in to the screen)


Don't oled have software to prevent this now, they move the pixels around and stuff?
reckoning29/09/2019 20:39

Don't oled have software to prevent this now, they move the pixels around …Don't oled have software to prevent this now, they move the pixels around and stuff?


Very much doubt it will cope with that abuse which is considered serious!;)

Sky menus is what has killed my Plasma:/

Occasional menus for 1-2 hrs per day will be fine according to my experience with my OLED (4 months in) but leaving sky menus paused for long periods of time- I think that is risking it a bit!
Denziloshamen29/09/2019 17:08

I want one but found out this week my wife leaves good morning Britain on …I want one but found out this week my wife leaves good morning Britain on for the entire duration it’s on and has a habit of leaving Sky paused for long periods of time Although burn in can be avoided by careful usage, I’m not sure it will last long with that sort of abuse (she won’t change her habits and will say I shouldn’t have bought the TV if I do get it and we get the GMB logo burned in to the screen)


I sympathise with your situation!

You may be missing out on, currently, best TV technology because of that.

And slightly inconsiderate of your missus but I guess it’s lost fight anyway so not worth even starting!:)
It’s like buying a family car and asking your missus not to drive it short distances to pick/drop kids off school or go shopping!:)

My family is very inconsiderate regarding my amazing OLED TV but I school them every day and cancelled useless Sky subscription!:) And yes, I consider the Sky menus to be the worst- still have nightmares about Sky menu bands on my venerable Plasma! You hear me Sky? You own me a TV! 😜

Fortunately, there is nothing on Sky that my family is missing out on that Netflix or Prime Videos could not cover!;)

Regarding your situation, I recommend OLED just for yourself or best QLED you can afford for whole of family (top shelf stuff to match quality of the OLED) and just wait for that MicroLED technology to overtake every household!:)
Edited by: "Lestat69" 29th Sep
reckoning29/09/2019 20:39

Don't oled have software to prevent this now, they move the pixels around …Don't oled have software to prevent this now, they move the pixels around and stuff?


Pixel Orbiter as it was used to known on my old Plasma!:)

Yes, they do but I doubt that will prevent menus burned out permanently if content like Sky menus left on for hours every day.
It may delay it but I don’t think it will prevent it. I am not software/ TV engineer though so can’t comment with 100% certainty but if they were so amazing, we probably would rarely hear about OLED burn in or not at all!:)

I believe OLED burn in does happen but only due to serious abuse and not normal usage! 🙌
Edited by: "Lestat69" 29th Sep
I’m hoping with the new screen tech of the 2019 models, the chance of burn in is reduced even further. I know there were some real issues with the 2016 sets and 2017 sets seemed to improve on it maybe I need to a bit more research to see how the problem is on the 2018 and 2019 sets, but it’s early days for 2019 sets still so not really going to get an idea of long term issues.
Denziloshamen29/09/2019 17:08

I want one but found out this week my wife leaves good morning Britain on …I want one but found out this week my wife leaves good morning Britain on for the entire duration it’s on and has a habit of leaving Sky paused for long periods of time Although burn in can be avoided by careful usage, I’m not sure it will last long with that sort of abuse (she won’t change her habits and will say I shouldn’t have bought the TV if I do get it and we get the GMB logo burned in to the screen)


+1
Cheers - hopefully this is as good as everyone says!
OLED is best when treated with respect, static image is a problem.

movies never a problem.

So if you watch 1h of history then go to bbc news for 1h fear not.

if you go on BBC news for 4h you will have the BBC logo faintly afffecting your picture.
Have a B6 and no burn in after 2.5 years if you know what you're doing you're fine but people buy them and leave on capital FM on all day and get the logo burned in and then complain. of you're that type of user buy a sony full array TV over Qled.
£1529 at cramton & Moore with code Facebook with 5 year warranty
pesser29/09/2019 14:04

Cracking tv ! But holding out till black friday


It's black Thursday this year that will be the biggy - could certainly derrail black Friday quite easily....
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