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Posted 23rd Feb
As above cheapest I have seen this oled
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LG OLED65B8S 65" OLED TV B8

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.

A Brilliant Brain, a7, an Intelligent Processor
Optimized for OLED TV, LG's exclusive processor allows for clean and sharp images with accurate colour and even more detailed HDR images.

4K Cinema HDR, delivering the filmmaker's vision
LG’s 4K Cinema HDR delivers the filmmaker’s vision by supporting most HDR formats. Enjoy a truly cinematic experience at home with Dolby Vision™ and Advanced HDR by Technicolor, as well as HDR10 Pro and HLG 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.

Dolby Atmos® - Cinematic Sound at Home
Dolby Atmos lifts your surround sound to new heights using an object based sound output to create impactful and immersive sound. Coupled with Dolby Vision this is the full cinema experience in your lounge.
*Dolby Atmos and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Dolby Vision is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories.

The World As Your Gallery
See the Wonders of the World with Gallery Mode on LG OLED TV. Enjoy stunning images and artwork from around the globe, without leaving your lounge.

With a simple voice command or press of a button you will see and feel the incredible beauty of nature and art.

Design Purity to Match a Perfect Picture
Only OLED's revolutionary construction is so thin and light that your TV design can be as pure as LG OLEDs Floating Picture on Glass or stylish Picture on Metal. Compliment any room with incredible technology.

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gsj8723/02/2019 21:36

They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference …They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference between the LG OLED and Samsung QLED (I want the OLED but the burn in issues are putting me off so going for the QLED instead) and I spoke to the Sales Manager who said most of the branches are struggling to sell stock because of the burn in rumours. He also had an OLED and said he's got burn in on his. If you use the TV like I do - on alot of the time on the same channel, like Sky Sports News, or just in the background for music - then I wouldn't even bother spending £1500+ on a TV which can potentially suffer that issue and even worse, not be covered by the manufacturers warranty.


Currys hey? Must be true then if that's what their 'experts' say
tempt23/02/2019 21:00

LG must be struggling to shift stock with all the burn-in horror stories. …LG must be struggling to shift stock with all the burn-in horror stories. Hopefully it'll hit 1k by summer. Good deal neverthless, heated.


unless you are abusing the TV, there are no issues with the burn in on OLEDs
gsj8723/02/2019 21:36

They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference …They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference between the LG OLED and Samsung QLED (I want the OLED but the burn in issues are putting me off so going for the QLED instead) and I spoke to the Sales Manager who said most of the branches are struggling to sell stock because of the burn in rumours. He also had an OLED and said he's got burn in on his. If you use the TV like I do - on alot of the time on the same channel, like Sky Sports News, or just in the background for music - then I wouldn't even bother spending £1500+ on a TV which can potentially suffer that issue and even worse, not be covered by the manufacturers warranty.


That's strange as i was in John Lewis the other day looking at the TV's whilst my Mrs went off looking at girly stuff and a sales guy came up to me and asked if I needed any help, (at this point I was stood looking at the Samsung Q9) i said to him no as I just purchased a B8 OLED and straight away he said that what i had purchased is better than any QLED,it is still basically old technology and that they are really struggling to sell them as people want OLED now and because QLED is so expensive for what it is,even he said he wouldn't buy anything but an OLED.

So someone at Currys or John Lewis is telling porkie pies,and all i will say is i wouldn't recommend Currys to my worst enemy !
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 24th Feb
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Good price, cheaper than what I paid from RS.
LG must be struggling to shift stock with all the burn-in horror stories. Hopefully it'll hit 1k by summer. Good deal neverthless, heated.
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the.porter19 m ago

You playing battleships pal


C9 sinks B8
tempt23/02/2019 21:00

LG must be struggling to shift stock with all the burn-in horror stories. …LG must be struggling to shift stock with all the burn-in horror stories. Hopefully it'll hit 1k by summer. Good deal neverthless, heated.


They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference between the LG OLED and Samsung QLED (I want the OLED but the burn in issues are putting me off so going for the QLED instead) and I spoke to the Sales Manager who said most of the branches are struggling to sell stock because of the burn in rumours. He also had an OLED and said he's got burn in on his. If you use the TV like I do - on alot of the time on the same channel, like Sky Sports News, or just in the background for music - then I wouldn't even bother spending £1500+ on a TV which can potentially suffer that issue and even worse, not be covered by the manufacturers warranty.
tempt23/02/2019 21:00

LG must be struggling to shift stock with all the burn-in horror stories. …LG must be struggling to shift stock with all the burn-in horror stories. Hopefully it'll hit 1k by summer. Good deal neverthless, heated.


unless you are abusing the TV, there are no issues with the burn in on OLEDs
mreriksen23/02/2019 21:57

unless you are abusing the TV, there are no issues with the burn in on …unless you are abusing the TV, there are no issues with the burn in on OLEDs

I agree.
TV has a screensaver.
Just be sensible with your viewing!
gsj8723/02/2019 21:36

They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference …They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference between the LG OLED and Samsung QLED (I want the OLED but the burn in issues are putting me off so going for the QLED instead) and I spoke to the Sales Manager who said most of the branches are struggling to sell stock because of the burn in rumours. He also had an OLED and said he's got burn in on his. If you use the TV like I do - on alot of the time on the same channel, like Sky Sports News, or just in the background for music - then I wouldn't even bother spending £1500+ on a TV which can potentially suffer that issue and even worse, not be covered by the manufacturers warranty.


Currys hey? Must be true then if that's what their 'experts' say
gsj8723/02/2019 21:36

They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference …They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference between the LG OLED and Samsung QLED (I want the OLED but the burn in issues are putting me off so going for the QLED instead) and I spoke to the Sales Manager who said most of the branches are struggling to sell stock because of the burn in rumours. He also had an OLED and said he's got burn in on his. If you use the TV like I do - on alot of the time on the same channel, like Sky Sports News, or just in the background for music - then I wouldn't even bother spending £1500+ on a TV which can potentially suffer that issue and even worse, not be covered by the manufacturers warranty.


If it's a known issue why is it not covered by manufacturer warranty??
tony21116623/02/2019 22:01

I agree.TV has a screensaver.Just be sensible with your viewing!


This is the point though, isn't it? If you pay upwards of £1500+ for a TV, you shouldnt have to be 'sensible' with it and change your viewing habits because of it.
gsj8723/02/2019 22:16

This is the point though, isn't it? If you pay upwards of £1500+ for a TV, …This is the point though, isn't it? If you pay upwards of £1500+ for a TV, you shouldnt have to be 'sensible' with it and change your viewing habits because of it.


Exactly.Most people watch TV to relax and wind down, not to be stressed with the picture and constantly scrutinise for bright logos, tickers, black bars, etc.
gsj8712 m ago

This is the point though, isn't it? If you pay upwards of £1500+ for a TV, …This is the point though, isn't it? If you pay upwards of £1500+ for a TV, you shouldnt have to be 'sensible' with it and change your viewing habits because of it.


I still think OLED with reasonable care outweighs QLED PQ for me.
3 oleds in the family, and not one has retention .
We have 4 various TVs at work ( 2 plasma 2 lcd)
All have screen burn
gsj871 h, 6 m ago

They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference …They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference between the LG OLED and Samsung QLED (I want the OLED but the burn in issues are putting me off so going for the QLED instead) and I spoke to the Sales Manager who said most of the branches are struggling to sell stock because of the burn in rumours. He also had an OLED and said he's got burn in on his. If you use the TV like I do - on alot of the time on the same channel, like Sky Sports News, or just in the background for music - then I wouldn't even bother spending £1500+ on a TV which can potentially suffer that issue and even worse, not be covered by the manufacturers warranty.


Just as I thought - there's a fatter profit margin in the sale of a QLED than an OLED.

Sucker!
tempt1 h, 44 m ago

LG must be struggling to shift stock with all the burn-in horror stories. …LG must be struggling to shift stock with all the burn-in horror stories. Hopefully it'll hit 1k by summer. Good deal neverthless, heated.


They are definitely not struggling to sell them, the 5th generation is coming along soon - would you keep producing something and investing money in it if nobody was buying??

You'd love an OLED, but you're too nervous to buy one.
tempt1 h, 6 m ago

Exactly.Most people watch TV to relax and wind down, not to be stressed …Exactly.Most people watch TV to relax and wind down, not to be stressed with the picture and constantly scrutinise for bright logos, tickers, black bars, etc.


Unless you are gonna sit there for 48hrs with a sky logo on screen, it will be fine.
Way too much scare mongering.
Accept this info from an OLED owner!
gsj8723/02/2019 21:36

They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference …They are, I went to Curry's the other day to check out the difference between the LG OLED and Samsung QLED (I want the OLED but the burn in issues are putting me off so going for the QLED instead) and I spoke to the Sales Manager who said most of the branches are struggling to sell stock because of the burn in rumours. He also had an OLED and said he's got burn in on his. If you use the TV like I do - on alot of the time on the same channel, like Sky Sports News, or just in the background for music - then I wouldn't even bother spending £1500+ on a TV which can potentially suffer that issue and even worse, not be covered by the manufacturers warranty.


That's strange as i was in John Lewis the other day looking at the TV's whilst my Mrs went off looking at girly stuff and a sales guy came up to me and asked if I needed any help, (at this point I was stood looking at the Samsung Q9) i said to him no as I just purchased a B8 OLED and straight away he said that what i had purchased is better than any QLED,it is still basically old technology and that they are really struggling to sell them as people want OLED now and because QLED is so expensive for what it is,even he said he wouldn't buy anything but an OLED.

So someone at Currys or John Lewis is telling porkie pies,and all i will say is i wouldn't recommend Currys to my worst enemy !
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 24th Feb
tempt9 h, 34 m ago

LG must be struggling to shift stock with all the burn-in horror stories. …LG must be struggling to shift stock with all the burn-in horror stories. Hopefully it'll hit 1k by summer. Good deal neverthless, heated.


“Burn-in horror stories”
No issues with my oled. Had it 18months now
Similar price at Costco
paul10612 h, 4 m ago

Currys hey? Must be true then if that's what their 'experts' say


Guy at my work got suckered into what some Currys ‘expert’ had to say. Depressing.
Surely once it's in your living room, and you're watching EastEnders, you won't notice the difference between this and a thousand-pound-cheaper NON-Oled, surely?
paul10613 h, 30 m ago

Currys hey? Must be true then if that's what their 'experts' say


Yeh a Curry's sales person telling you to avoid a expensive TV really???lol...Good to see all the NONE OLED owners trolling on a Sunday.Still waiting for my burn in to occur since oled ownership from 2014.
Jef_B24/02/2019 11:17

Surely once it's in your living room, and you're watching EastEnders, you …Surely once it's in your living room, and you're watching EastEnders, you won't notice the difference between this and a thousand-pound-cheaper NON-Oled, surely?


When your driving your ford focus surely you won't notice any difference between that and a BMW...surely ?
Biggunspaul11 h, 8 m ago

That's strange as i was in John Lewis the other day looking at the TV's …That's strange as i was in John Lewis the other day looking at the TV's whilst my Mrs went off looking at girly stuff and a sales guy came up to me and asked if I needed any help, (at this point I was stood looking at the Samsung Q9) i said to him no as I just purchased a B8 OLED and straight away he said that what i had purchased is better than any QLED,it is still basically old technology and that they are really struggling to sell them as people want OLED now and because QLED is so expensive for what it is,even he said he wouldn't buy anything but an OLED.So someone at Currys or John Lewis is telling porkie pies,and all i will say is i wouldn't recommend Currys to my worst enemy !

curry's told I was buying a TV that was 800hz turns out to be a 50hz panal and the 800hz feature motion flow I think it is doesn't work with hdr 4k on xbox one x so sold me something that I'm now looking at upgrading not going to curry's again though really unhappy with the sales team there nearly 1000 pounds aswell
Russkemp8315 h, 56 m ago

If it's a known issue why is it not covered by manufacturer warranty??


Simple. If it was covered in my 5 year warranty, I’d just wait 4 years then put a still photo on my TV for a few days. Boom. New TV due to the burn in I deliberately caused. Too open to misuse. Burn in isn’t an issue for the majority of users, as proven by rtings real world burn in tests
gsj8716 h, 20 m ago

This is the point though, isn't it? If you pay upwards of £1500+ for a TV, …This is the point though, isn't it? If you pay upwards of £1500+ for a TV, you shouldnt have to be 'sensible' with it and change your viewing habits because of it.



And that’s why LED backlit models still exist: for people who plant themselves in front of it for 10 hours straight watching Jeremy Kyle
Edited by: "twistedpixel" 24th Feb
Jef_B3 h, 21 m ago

Surely once it's in your living room, and you're watching EastEnders, you …Surely once it's in your living room, and you're watching EastEnders, you won't notice the difference between this and a thousand-pound-cheaper NON-Oled, surely?


Eastenders? Probably not. 4K HDR content? Jaw-dropping difference.
Heat. Does anyone have experience of the B vs the C?

No doubt the C/E/G variants will drop before the series 9 is released so just wondering if worth holding out for those.

Great price for the B though, and 5 year guarantee..
I made a load of videos about my 55 inch and 65 inch B8 OLED including unboxing,setup,wall mounting,gaming demo,hints and tips,standard definition test,settings and many more.

Anyone interested in seeing them,feel free to PM me.
gatlanda8 h, 43 m ago

No issues with my oled. Had it 18months now


Same here but must have burn in with the next few weeks due? Lol
The OLED image retention scaremongering has been going on for a long time on TVs and smartphones. I've had OLED/AMOLED screens on my smartphones since at least 2009 and never had a problem. Same goes for millions of consumers. Of course now that iPhones have OLED screens the debate seems to have died a death. Funny that.

Some people's viewing habits might lead to issues with an OLED TV, but the vast majority of users will have no problem.

My next TV will likely be an OLED if price and features hold up. Every LED TV I've had has some sort of backlight bleed. Personally I'd rather run the negligible risk of image retention and enjoy the blacks of an OLED screen.

For those who are extremely risk averse, there are plenty of alternative options out there.
Price has increased to £1,744.00.

Shame, as that was a very good deal.
Biggunspaul24/02/2019 15:18

I made a load of videos about my 55 inch and 65 inch B8 OLED including …I made a load of videos about my 55 inch and 65 inch B8 OLED including unboxing,setup,wall mounting,gaming demo,hints and tips,standard definition test,settings and many more.Anyone interested in seeing them,feel free to PM me.


Meh, have you got any of your missus doing anything interesting?
chris_p2 m ago

Price has increased to £1,744.00.Shame, as that was a very good deal.


You have to use the code 'facebook' at the checkout to get it to £1569
Wardieboy4 m ago

Meh, have you got any of your missus doing anything interesting?


Washing up ?
mreriksen23/02/2019 21:57

unless you are abusing the TV, there are no issues with the burn in on …unless you are abusing the TV, there are no issues with the burn in on OLEDs


Burn in put me off buying an oled because there's a few gamers in the family... also we have a very bright living room... Very happy we p
Will Richersounds match them or even beat?
rickj24/02/2019 11:37

When your driving your ford focus surely you won't notice any difference …When your driving your ford focus surely you won't notice any difference between that and a BMW...surely ?


Yes the Ford Focus is a lot better than the BMW
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