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LG OLED65E8PLA 65 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with 6 Year Guarantee £2099 with code @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 1st May
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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janlim58 m ago

Can't make up my mind OLED or QLED :/


Go for PLED and get the best of both worlds
FunkiestMonkey01/05/2019 07:21

Voted cold. Cant justify over 2 hrand for a tv these days


Not sure you really understand how this site works.
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Is this better than the c8 model if so how please.
Hmmmmm, this or this one at £2219? A genuine question as I need to upgrade and have both these models in the running...

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Thanks I was going to buy from crampton & Moore for £2150 so I’ve saved £50 and bought from the best place so happy days, I just hope it will fit in my small lounge.

PlanetP50 m ago

Hmmmmm, this or this one at £2219? A genuine question as I need to upgrade …Hmmmmm, this or this one at £2219? A genuine question as I need to upgrade and have both these models in the running...https://www.richersounds.com/tv-projectors/panasonic-tvs/pana-tx65fz952b.html



The E8 was around £4000 this time last year and it's replacement is the same money, it's a fantastic tv the reviews are excellent techradar said it was the best tv of the year. LG supply the oled screens to Panasonic the only difference is software the OS on the lg is the best there is and LG has some software whizz on the C8 model and up that makes the picture on hdr even better and according to the review sites it really works. If i were you I'd go with the LG.
saneasaduck01/05/2019 05:50

Is this better than the c8 model if so how please.


For a few quid more it's got to be worth it or the E8 wouldn't exist I think it's the design and the speaker system as they both have the same cpu and software.
polly699 m ago

For a few quid more it's got to be worth it or the E8 wouldn't exist I …For a few quid more it's got to be worth it or the E8 wouldn't exist I think it's the design and the speaker system as they both have the same cpu and software.




For a few quid more it's got to be worth it or the E8 wouldn't exist I think it's the design and the speaker system as they both have the same cpu and software. Just checked and i was correct design and built in soundbar, it's a stunning tv I suggest you read the reviews as they are all singing it's praises and that was at the original £4200 so a massive saving since launch and with the C8 being nearly as much it's a no brainer.
Voted cold. Cant justify over 2 hrand for a tv these days
Can't make up my mind OLED or QLED :/
janlim58 m ago

Can't make up my mind OLED or QLED :/


Go for PLED and get the best of both worlds
saneasaduck3 h, 19 m ago

Is this better than the c8 model if so how please.


E is later in the alphabet- it’s a whole 2 letters better

(Oh, and it has a built-in soundbar)
Sony AF8 same price with the discount code. John Lewis will also price match. I went for the AF8 a couple of days ago.
FunkiestMonkey01/05/2019 07:21

Voted cold. Cant justify over 2 hrand for a tv these days


I paid 4 grand for my 42" plasma TV 14 years ago.

Heat added!!
Considering this TV but undecided between the 55” or the 65”, is it worth the extra £600?
...scott_...murray01/05/2019 10:07

Considering this TV but undecided between the 55” or the 65”, is it worth t …Considering this TV but undecided between the 55” or the 65”, is it worth the extra £600?


Depends how far away you sit from TV, 7.7ft for the 55 or 9ft for the 65
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Or you could get the biggest TV you can afford no matter how small your room
Edited by: "gg1pl" 1st May
Amazing tv! Worth every penny!!
PlanetP4 h, 47 m ago

Hmmmmm, this or this one at £2219? A genuine question as I need to upgrade …Hmmmmm, this or this one at £2219? A genuine question as I need to upgrade and have both these models in the running...https://www.richersounds.com/tv-projectors/panasonic-tvs/pana-tx65fz952b.html



This code also works on that tv so its the same price as this (£2099)
janlim2 h, 35 m ago

Can't make up my mind OLED or QLED :/


OLED every day of the week
Tutankhamark01/05/2019 09:41

Sony AF8 same price with the discount code. John Lewis will also price …Sony AF8 same price with the discount code. John Lewis will also price match. I went for the AF8 a couple of days ago.


Saw one of those on display in John Lewis the other day - looks great.
wow so expensive
LG always gets a thumbs up from me.. Not only for good picture quality but all those smart TV features which are packed in it.. Though 2000 is bit too much for me TV looks fantastic
gg1pl01/05/2019 10:20

Depends how far away you sit from TV, 7.7ft for the 55 or 9ft for the …Depends how far away you sit from TV, 7.7ft for the 55 or 9ft for the 65https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/by-size/size-to-distance-relationshipOr you could get the biggest TV you can afford no matter how small your room


Thanks very helpful
...scott_...murray01/05/2019 10:59

Thanks very helpful


I just went for 65 and I have just under 3m to the screen. Initially I was terified by the sheer size of this TV. Now it seems just pefect.
Would like oled but the burn in...
moosheck29 m ago

I just went for 65 and I have just under 3m to the screen. Initially I was …I just went for 65 and I have just under 3m to the screen. Initially I was terified by the sheer size of this TV. Now it seems just pefect.


That fits in with Ratings.com recommended viewing distance of 9ft or 3M for a 65

Considering upgrading to 55 from 50 myself with Sony's XG95 for a bright room

Too expensive now though at 1.5 times the cost of an OLED and 2x the cost of old XF model. Sony needs to sort out their pricing to compete
Edited by: "gg1pl" 1st May
janlim3 h, 33 m ago

Can't make up my mind OLED or QLED :/


If you have a room that is very bright at times, probably QLED. If you have a room that doesn’t get too bright or where you can control the light (by drawing curtains/blinds) OLED will offer a superior picture
azual15 m ago

Would like oled but the burn in...


Lol i’ve had my tv playing similar content for over 3/4 of a year and no problems. As long as you aren’t leaving it on for days on end there’s no problem
PlanetP01/05/2019 05:56

Hmmmmm, this or this one at £2219? A genuine question as I need to upgrade …Hmmmmm, this or this one at £2219? A genuine question as I need to upgrade and have both these models in the running...https://www.richersounds.com/tv-projectors/panasonic-tvs/pana-tx65fz952b.html


Panasonic reviews better in terms of picture quality. No Dolby Vision support which is a deal breaker personally on a set this expensive. Loads of DV content on Netflix and iTunes now. Thankfully the 2019 Panasonic’s do support it. If DV isn’t important to you, I’d go with the Panasonic
Would never buy another oled tv, the picture on our B7 is stunning but it’s not possible to use it as a monitor, as with our old tv. Chrome search bar has been seared into the screen. Basically burn in is a real issue, and image retention also. As little as 10 Seconds of a static image will cause temporary retention, and no matter how careful you are; hidden desktop icons, auto hide taskbar, 1 min slideshow wallpapers, 1 minute screen off, 10 minutes idle screen off, you name it, I tried it...
patricky902 h, 2 m ago

I paid 4 grand for my 42" plasma TV 14 years ago.Heat added!!


I think you’ve made his point for him
I just bought the b8 for £1499 and the LG SK9Y soundbar. Feel like I should have waited for this ):
There would be no question over whether QLED or OLED were better if they cost the same. QLED is half the price of OLED and offers an amazing viewing experience. We've had ours for 2yrs and in 3yrs time when the 5yr warranty is up we'll probably be buying an OLED probably for £1k which will be half the price and 5 generations ahead in technology had we have spent £2k on an OLED 2yrs ago. By then 8K could well be established. If you can afford £2k for a TV this is probably the best TV you can buy. I look forward to upgrading to one myself when they're close to my price point.
chunk3rvd2 h, 44 m ago

Panasonic reviews better in terms of picture quality. No Dolby Vision …Panasonic reviews better in terms of picture quality. No Dolby Vision support which is a deal breaker personally on a set this expensive. Loads of DV content on Netflix and iTunes now. Thankfully the 2019 Panasonic’s do support it. If DV isn’t important to you, I’d go with the Panasonic


i got the 802b i have to say the room is very bright i have no trouble viewing. shame about DV but for £1400 for the 65" it was a no brainier. shame panasonic can not do a firmware update for DV i am sure they could if they wanted to.
patricky9001/05/2019 10:01

I paid 4 grand for my 42" plasma TV 14 years ago.Heat added!!


Er okay. Irrelevant. But okay
jneet1601/05/2019 12:41

I just bought the b8 for £1499 and the LG SK9Y soundbar. Feel like I …I just bought the b8 for £1499 and the LG SK9Y soundbar. Feel like I should have waited for this ):


65”? If so you probably got a better deal. Reviews say the built in soundbar is the main weak point of the E8
FrugalFergal01/05/2019 14:19

There would be no question over whether QLED or OLED were better if they …There would be no question over whether QLED or OLED were better if they cost the same. QLED is half the price of OLED and offers an amazing viewing experience. We've had ours for 2yrs and in 3yrs time when the 5yr warranty is up we'll probably be buying an OLED probably for £1k which will be half the price and 5 generations ahead in technology had we have spent £2k on an OLED 2yrs ago. By then 8K could well be established. If you can afford £2k for a TV this is probably the best TV you can buy. I look forward to upgrading to one myself when they're close to my price point.


Price isn’t really true. 2019 models just released and the 65” Q90R is £3799 while the 65” LG C9 is £3299
I advise ringing telesales up and you may get £50 knocked off plus next day free delivery to make this deal even better 😜
FunkiestMonkey1 h, 8 m ago

Er okay. Irrelevant. But okay


2k for a 65" OLED TV is relatively cheap. I paid 4k for a non 4k TV.
chunk3rvd20 m ago

Price isn’t really true. 2019 models just released and the 65” Q90R is £37 …Price isn’t really true. 2019 models just released and the 65” Q90R is £3799 while the 65” LG C9 is £3299


Last year's QLEDs are almost the same as this years. Samsung always slash their 'old' stock prices to clear the way for their new stock every single year. There is very much such a thing as a good buying window for TVs. I got my 65" QLED for 1/3rd the original price with a 5yr warranty. I would never pay full price for Scamsungs new models when their older models are truly good value when fire sold. It is a shame however not to see OLED prices tumble the way QLED/LCD prices do. I'd love to buy a 65" OLED for under a grand. I'm sure I'll have a few more years to wait. In the mean time my sub £1K 65" QLED will have to tide me until then.
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Bought this TV 6 months ago for £2800. Fantastic TV - no regrets
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