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LG OLED65E8PLA 65 Inch Smart OLED Ultra HD 4K TV - £1,599 @ RGB Direct
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LG OLED65E8PLA 65 Inch Smart OLED Ultra HD 4K TV - £1,599 @ RGB Direct

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Posted 1st Dec 2019Edited by:"markdigi"

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Decent price for the 65" E8 OLED from last year.

The LG OLED E8PLA Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV can create the perfect black, so when watching the in the dark a black screen wont illuminate the room The complete blackness will bring an extra level of scare to horror movies, sending even the hardiest viewer to seek cover behind the sofa. This is achieved by making each pixel individually lit, so they can be turned off individually
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Ohh I got all excited then thought it was the E9 :-( nice post tho
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E8 not 9
Ohh I got all excited then thought it was the E9 :-( nice post tho
stemac12301/12/2019 00:51

Ohh I got all excited then thought it was the E9 :-( nice post tho


Maybe this time next year for the 65 E9 at this price
Why would anyone think an E9 would be reduced to £1599 already?!
DanP_9101/12/2019 08:09

Why would anyone think an E9 would be reduced to £1599 already?!


Well its a black friday, we are all expecting breathtaking deals, dont we?
Dinth01/12/2019 08:24

Well its a black friday, we are all expecting breathtaking deals, dont we?


The UK haven't had any breath taking deals on Black Friday since it started...
DanP_9101/12/2019 08:32

The UK haven't had any breath taking deals on Black Friday since it …The UK haven't had any breath taking deals on Black Friday since it started...


Not sure about that. LG E7 55 inch for £999 2 years ago with £500 cashback was pretty good back then

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Edited by: "amoulden" 1st Dec 2019
Does anyone know if these newer models are now better at avoiding burn-in?

It's dropping to the kind of price I can think about replacing my OLED65B6V.

The rep's in store tell me that the software is better now at avoiding it, but it's a lot of cash to spend if it's no better & I end up with burn-in again.

Thanks.
1 year warranty? oh no, ok, its 5 year one
Edited by: "mreriksen" 2nd Dec 2019
greatcapp01/12/2019 18:02

Does anyone know if these newer models are now better at avoiding …Does anyone know if these newer models are now better at avoiding burn-in?It's dropping to the kind of price I can think about replacing my OLED65B6V.The rep's in store tell me that the software is better now at avoiding it, but it's a lot of cash to spend if it's no better & I end up with burn-in again.Thanks.


What does burn in do
Okay but what does it do
Why is this so low and the 55” E8 is £1099 at RGB direct
Is this free delivery does anyone know
shanecr07/12/2019 10:20

Leave your sky box on pause for half hour a day and find out lol.


Yeh, mine was caused by the Sky News ticker. 30 mins each morning, 5 days a week, for maybe 6 months. It's ok for movies still, as the burn-in isn't visible, but it's annoying for normal TV viewing.
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