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LG OLED55C9PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with 6 Year Guarantee - £1199 Delivered @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 10th Apr

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LG’s C9 combines 4K HDR cinema screen design with advanced AI to further enhance both picture and sound. Perfect Colour on Perfect Black ensures real-world colour and contrast, while Dolby Atmos sound unites with Dolby Vision HDR for a cinematic experience. Use LG’s award-winning webOS Smart platform to stream shows from such apps as Netflix*, and navigate with the intuitive Magic Remote. With this Thinq AI TV you can interact by voice, with the Google Assistant and Alexa built in. Front-firing sound and a streamlined alpine stand mean its slim profile matches its spectacular visuals.

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Impeccable 4K OLED Screen
Organic LED tech fuses with 4K resolution for superior contrast, colour and clarity. OLED pixels are self-lighting, meaning that they can switch on-and-off individually, for the deepest blacks and super-bright whites. Compared to regular LED screens, LG's panel adds an extra white sub-pixel, delivering ultra-fine gradation and a true-to-life colour palette.

4K Cinema HDR with Dolby Vision
HDR deepens your view and shows shades previously unseen in home entertainment. Expanding light, dark and every colour in between to extraordinary new levels, this model's picture gets closer to real life. LG's 4K Cinema HDR supports multiple HDR formats including Dolby Vision, Advanced HDR by Technicolor and HDR10 Pro.

4K Ultra High Definition
This 55” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p Full HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail.

Features:

Perfect Colour on Perfect Black: thanks to the OLED screen's self emitting pixels, colour representation is lifelike and wide-ranging, on a background of perfect blacks and rich detail, even in dark shades.

Alpha 9 Gen 2 Processor: Powered by advanced AI, LG’s intelligent processor delivers a premium OLED picture, optimising picture and sound, whatever you’re watching.

Dolby Atmos Sound: immersive Dolby Atmos places sound within three dimensions for an enveloping soundscape, with you at the centre. Coupled with Dolby Vision HDR, it's a fully cinematic experience.

Thinq AI: bringing the intelligence and convenience of voice interaction to the living room, this Thinq AI TV can listen, think and respond to your questions.

4K High Frame Rate via HDMI : With full HDMI 2.1 compatibility, this LG TV can handle High Frame Rates for smoother motion, so even the most frantic sporting action is crisp and blur-free.
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Well hukd. You finally got me a TV! The biggest purchase I've ever made too.
Alli hear are good things so finally time to check our HDR gaming!
Edited by: "nekoangel" 10th Apr
SJ14110/04/2020 12:33

Haha out of curiosity though, if you watch films in letterbox …Haha out of curiosity though, if you watch films in letterbox format...could that burn in as half of the screen is lit up while the other pixels are off around it? Always curious about real world examples from people as my dad had a plasma tv about 15-16 years ago and the screen retention and partial burn in on that was ridiculous...also made by LG come to think of it


I've had a 55" LG OLED since 2016 and I don't see any visible burn in.
Diamond_Studd10/04/2020 12:16

Heat @merb0786 Do they still have the problem where if you were …Heat @merb0786 Do they still have the problem where if you were looking at a tv channel with a logo the logo would imprint on the display?


Just don’t open that can
Edited by: "snoopy18" 10th Apr
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Around what I paid for this on the best of BF. Great price for a cracking set.
Get them to price match Currys and it will be £1179
amoulden10/04/2020 11:50

Get them to price match Currys and it will be £1179


This is matching Currys though, probably why they dropped it to this.
amoulden10/04/2020 11:50

Get them to price match Currys and it will be £1179


No because Currys is the same price... they take money off if the price is cheaper...

I really don't see this TV going for any less than this!
Edited by: "Sheza1" 10th Apr
Great price and with a fantastic guarantee. Hot!
Sheza110/04/2020 11:55

No because Currys is the same price... they take money off if the price is …No because Currys is the same price... they take money off if the price is cheaper...I really don't see this TV going for any less than this!


No they dont, Richersounds will BEAT any advertised TV . I know as I got this TV for £1179 on Black Friday when it was £1199 everywhere else
richersounds.com/inf…eat
Edited by: "amoulden" 10th Apr
Heat @merb0786
Do they still have the problem where if you were looking at a tv channel with a logo the logo would imprint on the display?
Diamond_Studd10/04/2020 12:16

Heat @merb0786 Do they still have the problem where if you were …Heat @merb0786 Do they still have the problem where if you were looking at a tv channel with a logo the logo would imprint on the display?


Just don’t open that can
Edited by: "snoopy18" 10th Apr
snoopy1810/04/2020 12:19

Just don’t open that can


Haha out of curiosity though, if you watch films in letterbox format...could that burn in as half of the screen is lit up while the other pixels are off around it?

Always curious about real world examples from people as my dad had a plasma tv about 15-16 years ago and the screen retention and partial burn in on that was ridiculous...also made by LG come to think of it
SJ14110/04/2020 12:33

Haha out of curiosity though, if you watch films in letterbox …Haha out of curiosity though, if you watch films in letterbox format...could that burn in as half of the screen is lit up while the other pixels are off around it? Always curious about real world examples from people as my dad had a plasma tv about 15-16 years ago and the screen retention and partial burn in on that was ridiculous...also made by LG come to think of it


I've had a 55" LG OLED since 2016 and I don't see any visible burn in.
Diamond_Studd10/04/2020 12:16

Heat @merb0786 Do they still have the problem where if you were …Heat @merb0786 Do they still have the problem where if you were looking at a tv channel with a logo the logo would imprint on the display?


Cheers mate.

Not that I know of, however i will look into this.
Anyone seeing this going below £1100 realistically within the next 2 weeks?
staticthreat010/04/2020 12:55

Anyone seeing this going below £1100 realistically within the next 2 weeks?


I doubt it - was stuck on £1299 for ages.
merb078610/04/2020 12:55

I doubt it - was stuck on £1299 for ages.


The new CX models come out in about a month, surely the prices will keep going lower?

That’s my thought process anyway
staticthreat010/04/2020 12:57

The new CX models come out in about a month, surely the prices will keep …The new CX models come out in about a month, surely the prices will keep going lower?That’s my thought process anyway


Not necessarily - it can takes months before you see a considerable price drop. I do see this model hitting £999 eventually but not for a while yet.
Edited by: "merb0786" 10th Apr
merb078610/04/2020 12:58

Not necessarily - it can takes months before you see a considerable price …Not necessarily - it can takes months before you see a considerable price drop. I do see this model hitting £999 eventually but not for a while yet.


C8 never reached under a grand and with covid 19 doubt this one will, lowest on c8 was 1049 at the very end
gopolog8610/04/2020 13:06

C8 never reached under a grand and with covid 19 doubt this one will, …C8 never reached under a grand and with covid 19 doubt this one will, lowest on c8 was 1049 at the very end


Let's hope it does - but i personally do not think it will... yet.
Jaybuz10/04/2020 12:38

I've had a 55" LG OLED since 2016 and I don't see any visible burn in.


That’s good then, I don’t do long gaming sessions...maybe 2 hours max on a weekend, deffo use it more for Netflix and such

Thanks
Anyone got this model and a soundbar? Looks like the soundbar would potentially obscure the bottom of the picture (if watched while lounging on the sofa!)
Can anyone tell me the distance from the bottom of the tv to the first set of mounting holes? Tried googling it but couldn’t get a clear answer.
Ianm10/04/2020 15:10

Can anyone tell me the distance from the bottom of the tv to the first set …Can anyone tell me the distance from the bottom of the tv to the first set of mounting holes? Tried googling it but couldn’t get a clear answer.


For oled UHD like this one you have to multiply diagonal of tv by 1.3-1.5. Here 55" is 139cm *times 1.5 you get 2.1m
Edited by: "Sylvain_Audibert" 10th Apr
Sylvain_Audibert10/04/2020 15:20

For oled UHD like this one you have to multiply diagonal of tv by 1.3-1.5. …For oled UHD like this one you have to multiply diagonal of tv by 1.3-1.5. Here 55" is 139cm *times 1.5 you get 2.1m


Sorry I might not have worded my question correctly! I’m trying to work out where the first set of vesa holes are, I know there are 300x200 and I know on the 65” version they are 140mm up from the bottom and wondered if this was the same. I’m trying to work out what height it will sit at on my tv bracket.
Edited by: "Ianm" 10th Apr
Ianm10/04/2020 15:25

Sorry I might not have worded my question correctly! I’m trying to work o …Sorry I might not have worded my question correctly! I’m trying to work out where the first set of vesa holes are, I know there are 300x200 and I know on the 65” version they are 140mm up from the bottom and wondered if this was the same. I’m trying to work out what height it will sit at on my tv bracket.


It's me i read your question to fast sorry
I don't know regarding the mounting plate..
Sylvain_Audibert10/04/2020 15:27

It's me i read your question to fast sorry I don't know …It's me i read your question to fast sorry I don't know regarding the mounting plate..


No worries I appreciate your response 🏻
SJ14110/04/2020 12:33

Haha out of curiosity though, if you watch films in letterbox …Haha out of curiosity though, if you watch films in letterbox format...could that burn in as half of the screen is lit up while the other pixels are off around it? Always curious about real world examples from people as my dad had a plasma tv about 15-16 years ago and the screen retention and partial burn in on that was ridiculous...also made by LG come to think of it


No, because the visible picture will be constantly changing. Providing you don’t have static images etc onscreen for long periods whilst the brightness is cranked up to maximum. And as you’ve already mentioned being OLED the pixels in the letterboxing will be off.
Well hukd. You finally got me a TV! The biggest purchase I've ever made too.
Alli hear are good things so finally time to check our HDR gaming!
Edited by: "nekoangel" 10th Apr
cheekster10/04/2020 16:35

No, because the visible picture will be constantly changing. Providing you …No, because the visible picture will be constantly changing. Providing you don’t have static images etc onscreen for long periods whilst the brightness is cranked up to maximum. And as you’ve already mentioned being OLED the pixels in the letterboxing will be off.


Thanks
amoulden10/04/2020 12:07

No they dont, Richersounds will BEAT any advertised TV . I know as I got …No they dont, Richersounds will BEAT any advertised TV . I know as I got this TV for £1179 on Black Friday when it was £1199 everywhere elsehttps://www.richersounds.com/information/pricebeat


It says it right there. “however in the unlikely event that you do find a genuine lower price“.

A lower price. Not the same price.
zedzedUK10/04/2020 13:42

Anyone got this model and a soundbar? Looks like the soundbar would …Anyone got this model and a soundbar? Looks like the soundbar would potentially obscure the bottom of the picture (if watched while lounging on the sofa!)


Yes, got one the week before the lockdown £1279 (they price matched a competitor and knocked off £20). Phenomenal telly! Got the Xbox One X and a gaming laptop hooked up. Mind blowing! I’ve got a Sonos Beam in front of mine and it very slightly obscures a bit of the bottom of the pic, but neither me or the Mrs have been bothered by it.
Diamond_Studd10/04/2020 12:16

Heat @merb0786 Do they still have the problem where if you were …Heat @merb0786 Do they still have the problem where if you were looking at a tv channel with a logo the logo would imprint on the display?


I have an LG b8 and I have burn on it but I did play a lot of fifa. I've upgraded to the 65" c9 and I won't be playing fifa on it, that is for sure.
What's Richer Sounds policy on a TV arriving with a dead pixel? I know they drive me insane.
Soulja10/04/2020 17:34

I have an LG b8 and I have burn on it but I did play a lot of fifa. I've …I have an LG b8 and I have burn on it but I did play a lot of fifa. I've upgraded to the 65" c9 and I won't be playing fifa on it, that is for sure.


Thank you that's very helpful
Diamond_Studd10/04/2020 12:16

Heat @merb0786 Do they still have the problem where if you were …Heat @merb0786 Do they still have the problem where if you were looking at a tv channel with a logo the logo would imprint on the display?


Yep screenburn wouldn't buy on.
I love my tech and think it’s worth spending a bit more on a decent set, but truly, this is 30 quid off and costs over a grand, is it really that good? Please tell me haha
muckspreader110/04/2020 20:39

Yep screenburn wouldn't buy on.


Living up to the name I see.

Plenty of evidence out there that screen burn is really only a problem in extreme and deliberate circumstances (and if you play FIFA all day every day like the 12 year old you really are).
zedzedUK10/04/2020 13:42

Anyone got this model and a soundbar? Looks like the soundbar would …Anyone got this model and a soundbar? Looks like the soundbar would potentially obscure the bottom of the picture (if watched while lounging on the sofa!)


No matter what sound at you get it would partially obscure the screen so unless you have a low stand, I wouldn’t let it put you off though I bought this tv back in October and it’s easily the best tv I’ve ever owned plus there’s settings included for pixel refresh and logo dimming if your worried about burn in
kiranmk210/04/2020 20:05

Also this price at Crampton & Moore if anyone prefers their …Also this price at Crampton & Moore if anyone prefers their servicehttps://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/lg-oled55c9pla-55-oled-4k-tv.html


1 year extra warranty with RS for the same price is the selling point here though - plus RS are a much better and more customer-oriented company.
Edited by: "merb0786" 10th Apr
I’ve had the b6 for years, lots of gaming no burn, perfect tv worth every penny and I paid £1899 back then!!
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