LG OLED65E8PLA  65 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with 6 Year Guarantee £1899 with code @ RicherSounds
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LG OLED65E8PLA 65 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with 6 Year Guarantee £1899 with code @ RicherSounds

£1,899£2,09910%Richer Sounds Deals
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Posted 11th Jul
With both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos on board, the LG OLED65E8PLA offers the highest standards in sound and vision.

OLED – the gold standard for TV

Highly developed by LG, OLED TV technology remains at the forefront of image quality. Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) TV offers the most advanced picture quality currently available. Unlike LED screens, OLED doesn't require backlighting, so the colour is consistent right across the screen, with greatly enhanced contrast levels.

Sleek Picture-on-Glass design
LG's super-stylish Picture-on-Glass design consists of an ultra-thin panel with a translucent glass back. Viewed from the side, the TV's panel is little thicker than a pane of glass - but a lot more exciting to watch!

Alpha 9 processor – a new reference in picture processing
New to this exciting LG TV is the powerful Alpha 9 processor. With increased processing power, Alpha 9 enhances motion handling for smoother images. Object-based contrast is also improved, giving sharper, more detailed images. With Alpha 9 you’ll see images with truer realism than ever.

True Colour Accuracy Pro
For even greater realism, True Colour Accuracy Pro increases the amount of data points for colour. This makes flesh tones more accurate, landscapes more natural and animations more vivid. No matter what the genre, True Colour Accuracy makes it more life-like than ever.
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Horrorwood11/07/2019 16:54

Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against …Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against burn in. LG are a terrible company.


Your fault for leaving Nick Jr on 24/7
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Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against burn in. LG are a terrible company.
Horrorwood11/07/2019 16:54

Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against …Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against burn in. LG are a terrible company.


Your fault for leaving Nick Jr on 24/7
Horrorwood11/07/2019 16:54

Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against …Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against burn in. LG are a terrible company.


Horrorwood11/07/2019 16:54

Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against …Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against burn in. LG are a terrible company.


Are you going to say that in every LG deal ?
These 2018 prices are getting tasty. Where will this push the C8 and B8 I wonder?
....... Need...... Must resist....
Horrorwood11/07/2019 16:54

Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against …Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against burn in. LG are a terrible company.


It's not so much the burn in that bothers me …. although of course it is a very real possibility but the glare from Oled screens.
Like looking into a mirror.If this came bundled with blackout blinds I may be interested
Mentos11/07/2019 17:04

These 2018 prices are getting tasty. Where will this push the C8 and B8 I …These 2018 prices are getting tasty. Where will this push the C8 and B8 I wonder?


In the real world if you don't watch any sport apart from the occasional F1 am I right in thinking this model isn't worth the premium over the B8/C8? Already got a decent AV setup so not interested in TV sound.
Muzzzzzzz11/07/2019 17:06

....... Need...... Must resist....


I am having the same issue... Keep on telling myself that there will be better deals during black Friday... However not sure if I can resist till then.
Big oooph, I think this is the same price I paid for my 65 inch B8
ashmac11/07/2019 17:03

Are you going to say that in every LG deal ?


Maybe just 75% of them, but if it helps someone not lose £1000+ and costs LG then its worth it.
robatt11/07/2019 17:22

In the real world if you don't watch any sport apart from the occasional …In the real world if you don't watch any sport apart from the occasional F1 am I right in thinking this model isn't worth the premium over the B8/C8? Already got a decent AV setup so not interested in TV sound.



Yep, pretty much.

All the 2018's from the top tier TV brands are very closely matched in the most part. And all produce a great image. The B8 is probably the only exception as it uses the 2017 processor, but even that is marginal difference according to reviews.

Unless you are a gamer (HDMI 2.1 may be useful for next gen consoles) or must have Dolby Vision (all HDR content must support HDR10 anyway), I'd grab the cheapest one you can find. In fact thats what I did recently when the Costco deal came up for the 65FZ952.
Edited by: "Mentos" 11th Jul
Mentos11/07/2019 17:46

Yep, pretty much.All the 2018's from the top tier TV brands are very …Yep, pretty much.All the 2018's from the top tier TV brands are very closely matched in the most part. And all produce a great image. The B8 is probably the only exception as it uses the 2017 processor, but even that is marginal difference according to reviews.Unless you are a gamer (HDMI 2.1 may be useful for next gen consoles) or must have Dolby Vision (all HDR content must support HDR10 anyway), I'd grab the cheapest one you can find. In fact thats what I did recently when the Costco deal came up for the 65FZ952.


Thanks
robatt11/07/2019 17:49

Thanks



NP.

Sure someone will be along to say I'm talking crap and you should spend an extra £1k for HDMI 2.1 or £400 for DV.

Horrorwood11/07/2019 16:54

Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against …Don't do it. No support from LG when your TV dies. No protection against burn in. LG are a terrible company.


You get 6 years Richer Sounds warranty, couldn’t you go back to retailer? I’ve had an E6 almost 3yrs with no issues, and I use it for gaming.
Cracking deal for a brilliant tv.
If you're on the fence - take the leap, you'll be glad you did it 🔥🔥
Coming to a council estate near you.
Dr-Rjinswand11/07/2019 17:27

Big oooph, I think this is the same price I paid for my 65 inch B8


I paid £1969 for the e8 but that was in March so had the benefit of using it for 4 months. Got an av so the better sound is irrelevant to me. The c8 does look nicer though. I can’t see these dropping anymore. They’ll run out of stock soon surely. Usually the best deals on the previous year tv are in March which is why I bit then
Another great tv at a great price. If sound is not an issue you can save a little by going the C8 route. Style wise some prefer the C8 but the picture on glass frame of the E8 is a nice touch though.

Perhaps the E8 is not as nice looking as the E7 or E6 that preceded it but it's still a nice looking TV

You can't go much wrong with some of these LG deals at the moment
Edited by: "ekko.star" 11th Jul
Got a 65C8 before Xmas for £1575, great TV.
sh1no8i11/07/2019 18:51

You get 6 years Richer Sounds warranty, couldn’t you go back to retailer? I …You get 6 years Richer Sounds warranty, couldn’t you go back to retailer? I’ve had an E6 almost 3yrs with no issues, and I use it for gaming.


Correct but the first 12 months you are referred to LG directly, which give my recent positive experience, I would recommend.
With any purchase from any retailer they are responsible for any problems within the first 6 months. In the first 6 months they have to prove if they feel the need that any issue is down to the buyer. After 6 months they can direct you to deal with the manufacturer.
Edited by: "FMCHAOS" 12th Jul
Are these likely to be better against burn in issue than one I bought in 2016?
I paid £2250 for the OLED65B6V in 2017, and have nasty burn-in where the Sky News ticker runs yellow.
It was never on for more than 30-60 minutes on any morning, but when I queried it with LG, they told me it was cummulative hours of viewing, not consecutive.
The TV still looks amazing for movies (as the aspect ratio means the effected area on the screen is black), but it's noticeable whenever there is red/orange/yellow displayed on normal TV.I'd love another one, but I think I'm just not convinced it would be better.
I have a C8 and so does a mate of mine. He's convinced burn in is more likely on sets where people don't adjust picture settings. If you use the preset settings especially the ones with high contrast settings. Had mine 8 months so far and no issues. I've started using the live zoom option to crop out ticker bars just to be sure to be sure.
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