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LG OLED65C9PLA 65 inch OLED 4K TV + 5 year warranty £1,999 @ Box co uk
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LG OLED65C9PLA 65 inch OLED 4K TV + 5 year warranty £1,999 @ Box co uk

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Posted 29th Jan

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with 0% 24 months on Paypal + plus £20 amazon gift card for fiver. But I still think price is too high know with burn issues and considering 2019 model. Anything paying over 1599 over this TV not wise at this time. wait and see.
Whereas Richersound doing this for 2099 which might bring this for 1979 at them richersounds.com/lg-…tml
robofobo29/01/2020 11:27

with 0% 24 months on Paypal + plus £20 amazon gift card for fiver. But I …with 0% 24 months on Paypal + plus £20 amazon gift card for fiver. But I still think price is too high know with burn issues and considering 2019 model. Anything paying over 1599 over this TV not wise at this time. wait and see.


Picked one up for £1820 from a Euronics partnered shop with 5 year warranty.

LG warranties are great. If you do end up with some sort of burn they replace the panel or the unit.

You aren't going to see them low for a long time, even th 2018 models still command £1599.

Think you either have the budget or not at this price point.

The TV is great!
Good price, this was the TV I was initially after but went for the E9 for the same price at the weekend.
I'd personally recommend people hold out if they can. I'm expecting them to go on offer again at £1700 and under over the next few months as they do just when the 2020 models retail. This increase is just temporary imo.
EagleUK29/01/2020 11:44

Picked one up for £1820 from a Euronics partnered shop with 5 year …Picked one up for £1820 from a Euronics partnered shop with 5 year warranty.LG warranties are great. If you do end up with some sort of burn they replace the panel or the unit.You aren't going to see them low for a long time, even th 2018 models still command £1599.Think you either have the budget or not at this price point. The TV is great!


Nice I didnt know this LG covers burn in screen too, that is really good news. Can I still get this for £1820 from a Euronics? did you buy online or walk in shop?
robofobo29/01/2020 11:48

Nice I didnt know this LG covers burn in screen too, that is really good …Nice I didnt know this LG covers burn in screen too, that is really good news.


Really? There is no mention of that on LGs website.
Gormond29/01/2020 11:54

Really? There is no mention of that on LGs website.


I am not sure about this, I just hear from @EagleUK as he posted above that LG warranty covers it. If this is true then it would be great.
robofobo29/01/2020 11:59

I am not sure about this, I just hear from @EagleUK as he posted above …I am not sure about this, I just hear from @EagleUK as he posted above that LG warranty covers it. If this is true then it would be great.


Yeah all I can see on LG's website is 12 month parts and labour, this is why I bought the TV from JL.

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Edited by: "Gormond" 29th Jan
robofobo29/01/2020 11:48

Nice I didnt know this LG covers burn in screen too, that is really good …Nice I didnt know this LG covers burn in screen too, that is really good news. Can I still get this for £1820 from a Euronics? did you buy online or walk in shop?


They should be able to match this price in store.

However, this was before the latest round of stock ( they were out of stock for a while ). There may be price increases from supplier's.

I know a few people with new oled panels under warranty, indeed the Euronics staff confirmed it would be covered under warranty.
Gormond29/01/2020 12:00

Yeah all I can see on LG's website is 12 month parts and labour, this is …Yeah all I can see on LG's website is 12 month parts and labour, this is why I bought the TV from JL.https://www.lg.com/uk/support/warranty



Above Box warranty terms n conditions says that warranty excludes ' Image retention on screens'. Is JL covers this as far above warranty dosent cover image burn in?
I can almost say with certainty that LG do NOT cover burn in. Nore do any of the other company's cover it. Because they know its a none issue with Oled. Oled is brilliant don't get me wrong. But you are taking a bit of a risk buying one. Especially at these kind of prices.
GNRJosh29/01/2020 12:08

I can almost say with certainty that LG do NOT cover burn in. Nore do any …I can almost say with certainty that LG do NOT cover burn in. Nore do any of the other company's cover it. Because they know its a none issue with Oled. Oled is brilliant don't get me wrong. But you are taking a bit of a risk buying one. Especially at these kind of prices.


Now question is this, I just checked on JL website says ''Our electrical products are guaranteed against breakdown for a minimum of 2 years at no extra cost. With Added Care for your television, you'll get 5 years of protection against accidental damage alongside your guarantee'', and it will charge £120 for 5 year accidental damage which means JL covers burn in. It means all covers then for extra £120
2nd question as on JL cover, will image burn in on oled tvs consider as Deliberate damage ? as list what they do not cover

What's not covered

Using your product for business or commerical use

Deliberate or cosmetic damage to your product

Consumable items (i.e items with a limited life, intended to be used up and periodically replaced). For example: fuses, bulbs, removable or rechargeable batteries, printer or ink cartridges.
Anyone used this company?
condemmedman29/01/2020 13:18

Anyone used this company?


I personally used them online a year ago, I bought my 75 inch Samsung 8k Tv from them, they are fine, I had no issue with them. delivery on time and box was sealed with no damages.
robofobo29/01/2020 13:23

I personally used them online a year ago, I bought my 75 inch Samsung 8k …I personally used them online a year ago, I bought my 75 inch Samsung 8k Tv from them, they are fine, I had no issue with them. delivery on time and box was sealed with no damages.


Thank you
robofobo29/01/2020 12:13

Now question is this, I just checked on JL website says ''Our electrical …Now question is this, I just checked on JL website says ''Our electrical products are guaranteed against breakdown for a minimum of 2 years at no extra cost. With Added Care for your television, you'll get 5 years of protection against accidental damage alongside your guarantee'', and it will charge £120 for 5 year accidental damage which means JL covers burn in. It means all covers then for extra £120


If I was you I'd flat out ask them directly if the accedintal damage will cover burn in. Or is a waste of £120.if that's the main reason why you going to be spending that extra money. If it dose cover it. Go for it.
GNRJosh29/01/2020 12:08

I can almost say with certainty that LG do NOT cover burn in. Nore do any …I can almost say with certainty that LG do NOT cover burn in. Nore do any of the other company's cover it. Because they know its a none issue with Oled. Oled is brilliant don't get me wrong. But you are taking a bit of a risk buying one. Especially at these kind of prices.


None or known?
EagleUK29/01/2020 11:44

Picked one up for £1820 from a Euronics partnered shop with 5 year …Picked one up for £1820 from a Euronics partnered shop with 5 year warranty.LG warranties are great. If you do end up with some sort of burn they replace the panel or the unit.You aren't going to see them low for a long time, even th 2018 models still command £1599.Think you either have the budget or not at this price point. The TV is great!


They do NOT cover burn in after 12 months. They will replace if it happens in the first year but after that they will not as this is the nature of the TV technology.

No oled manufacturers will cover burn in and neither will richer sounds, John Lewis etc (even says in their terms).

Oled is amazing but please don't misinform people about this important aspect. If you don't watch TV with banners or channel logos and you don't leave the TV on a static image (if you leave the room for more than 5 minutes you should turn it off) then you are golden.

Going to see real reviews of the CX panel before committing so will be picking one of these up in march maybe. Gold price if you want it now though.
hicks1229/01/2020 18:43

They do NOT cover burn in after 12 months. They will replace if it happens …They do NOT cover burn in after 12 months. They will replace if it happens in the first year but after that they will not as this is the nature of the TV technology.No oled manufacturers will cover burn in and neither will richer sounds, John Lewis etc (even says in their terms).Oled is amazing but please don't misinform people about this important aspect. If you don't watch TV with banners or channel logos and you don't leave the TV on a static image (if you leave the room for more than 5 minutes you should turn it off) then you are golden.Going to see real reviews of the CX panel before committing so will be picking one of these up in march maybe. Gold price if you want it now though.


It's quite something that leaving the room for 5 mins to make a cuppa or something, and leaving the screen on could be considered anything near abuse of the TV.
hicks1229/01/2020 18:43

They do NOT cover burn in after 12 months. They will replace if it happens …They do NOT cover burn in after 12 months. They will replace if it happens in the first year but after that they will not as this is the nature of the TV technology.No oled manufacturers will cover burn in and neither will richer sounds, John Lewis etc (even says in their terms).Oled is amazing but please don't misinform people about this important aspect. If you don't watch TV with banners or channel logos and you don't leave the TV on a static image (if you leave the room for more than 5 minutes you should turn it off) then you are golden.Going to see real reviews of the CX panel before committing so will be picking one of these up in march maybe. Gold price if you want it now though.


Hahahaha having Oled Tv means living on the edge 😁. Always ready to burn in your hard earn £1999 🤪.
GNRJosh29/01/2020 16:34

If I was you I'd flat out ask them directly if the accedintal damage will …If I was you I'd flat out ask them directly if the accedintal damage will cover burn in. Or is a waste of £120.if that's the main reason why you going to be spending that extra money. If it dose cover it. Go for it.


I will call them tomorrow we don’t have local JL in Dundee.
EagleUK29/01/2020 11:44

Picked one up for £1820 from a Euronics partnered shop with 5 year …Picked one up for £1820 from a Euronics partnered shop with 5 year warranty.LG warranties are great. If you do end up with some sort of burn they replace the panel or the unit.You aren't going to see them low for a long time, even th 2018 models still command £1599.Think you either have the budget or not at this price point. The TV is great!


They will come down in price to under 1700 when the new models come out, this has been the case for the last 4 years. I have upgraded my tv every year doing this starting with the c6.
Diancecht29/01/2020 21:57

They will come down in price to under 1700 when the new models come out, …They will come down in price to under 1700 when the new models come out, this has been the case for the last 4 years. I have upgraded my tv every year doing this starting with the c6.


Have you ever face any screen burn in issues on any of your OLED TVs since last 4 years ?
robofobo29/01/2020 22:02

Have you ever face any screen burn in issues on any of your OLED TVs since …Have you ever face any screen burn in issues on any of your OLED TVs since last 4 years ?


I have the B8, Burn in is a possibility but the TV has loads of protection to stop it happening, auto switch off etc.. no issues here at all, id say Plasma was more of an issue and I never had an issue with that either.

Ive seen many LCDs with burn'in too.

Its all about how you use your TV, if you run news banners 24 hours a day then yes its an issue, if you watch TV like 99% of the country you will be fine, just be aware of static images not being on the screen for more than 30 minutes at a time..
robofobo29/01/2020 22:02

Have you ever face any screen burn in issues on any of your OLED TVs since …Have you ever face any screen burn in issues on any of your OLED TVs since last 4 years ?


none at all, mostly use TV for console gaming, movies and TV shows. The only thing i get is image retention which goes away after 20 mins or so but I hardly notice it anyway and its once in a blue moon. I'm looking at getting a C9 when they come down in price below £1700 or maybe just get the 49" CX when its released later this year. I wont buy any other TV except oled, picture quality is amazing.
GapsOfTheGod29/01/2020 18:52

It's quite something that leaving the room for 5 mins to make a cuppa or …It's quite something that leaving the room for 5 mins to make a cuppa or something, and leaving the screen on could be considered anything near abuse of the TV.


Whilst i get that it's annoying for probably lot of people who owned LCDs, as a Plasma owner i have for a long time now been in the habit of trying to leave it on an "analogue" channel with all that fuzzy noise and it usually clears up image retention. I also game a LOT so i'm wary of static images but it sounds like it's channel banners and logo on TV content that's the main cause of burn in. Especially when people don't adjust their settings from the torch modes.

If you're really that concerned and can't adjust, i'd simply recommend a Samsung QD LCD instead until Micro LED becomes a thing. Basically OLED but brighter and richer colours with absolutely no burn in risk. Coming 2025-2030 lol
NARMAK30/01/2020 01:34

Whilst i get that it's annoying for probably lot of people who owned LCDs, …Whilst i get that it's annoying for probably lot of people who owned LCDs, as a Plasma owner i have for a long time now been in the habit of trying to leave it on an "analogue" channel with all that fuzzy noise and it usually clears up image retention. I also game a LOT so i'm wary of static images but it sounds like it's channel banners and logo on TV content that's the main cause of burn in. Especially when people don't adjust their settings from the torch modes.If you're really that concerned and can't adjust, i'd simply recommend a Samsung QD LCD instead until Micro LED becomes a thing. Basically OLED but brighter and richer colours with absolutely no burn in risk. Coming 2025-2030 lol


I doubt Oled can get very bright it’s already achieved it’s 1000 nits peak, mainly due to technology limitations and heating heat skinning. Definitely it will take over by MicroLed by 2022. Oled has lot of limitations a lot R&D needed. Just wait to see New LG CX price will the starting price at £1500 or less for 48’’? Not seeing them cheaper this year anyways as 90% in market are LG Oled panels LG controls the pricing.
Edited by: "robofobo" 30th Jan
robofobo30/01/2020 11:50

I doubt Oled can get very bright it’s already achieved it’s 1000 nits pea …I doubt Oled can get very bright it’s already achieved it’s 1000 nits peak, mainly due to technology limitations and heating heat skinning. Definitely it will take over by MicroLed by 2022. Oled has lot of limitations a lot R&D needed. Just wait to see New LG CX price will the starting price at £1500 or less for 48’’? Not seeing them cheaper this year anyways as 90% in market are LG Oled panels LG controls the pricing.


Guess we'll have to see. Samsung are apparently releasing a Quantum Dot OLED soon and that should be able to go above 1000 nits. As for Micro LED, i do not see it being ready by 2022 at all based on current production factors which is why Samsung is doing QD OLED as a stop gap.

OLED is a premium TV tech and priced accordingly. You may have reduced peak brightness but its not as easy to make out imo in a dark room when black is actually black on a per pixel basis. OLED every day over LCD tech imo until Micro LED becomes a proper thing. 2025-2030 till proper availability of sets at size & price like OLED is currently imo.
GapsOfTheGod29/01/2020 18:52

It's quite something that leaving the room for 5 mins to make a cuppa or …It's quite something that leaving the room for 5 mins to make a cuppa or something, and leaving the screen on could be considered anything near abuse of the TV.


I'm just saying it as reasonable advice, most systems will go to a dynamic image after short period of inactivity.

Takes me less than 2 minutes to make a slow coffee so I guess it wouldnt impact me.

I have grown up with plasma and just generally watching bills, no point having TV on if you aren't in the room etc. I think Philips say no more than 20minutes of static content on the screen else you will be at risk so I guess below that just be fine!
robofobo29/01/2020 21:43

Hahahaha having Oled Tv means living on the edge 😁. Always ready to …Hahahaha having Oled Tv means living on the edge 😁. Always ready to burn in your hard earn £1999 🤪.


I haven't got an OLED TV yet but I guess different use cases right? I don't watch broadcast TV so it's just streaming services for me and I am in the habit of not leaving TVs on a static screen for long times due to having plasmas for years.

Seems second nature to me and it's the only way to get the best picture in 2020. Microled will be a lot cheaper and will be in mass production by 2025 so that will overtake OLED by far as it's got all the pros but none of the cons!
Richersounds are now matching this price on their website
Glovepup30/01/2020 16:24

Richersounds are now matching this price on their website


That’s shame earlier you can make it this tv to £1979 with them by price matching. Now £1999 means £1999 😁. Wait for this weekend Saturday morning or by Friday night prices will fluctuate for c9 and e9. Figures crossed.
Now showing this picture of this Costco in-store c9. you can get 65C9 at RicherSounds for £1839.
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Where I got email from Costco this offer will be valid till 9th Feb
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robofobo03/02/2020 12:01

Where I got email from Costco this offer will be valid till 9th Feb [Image]


Please post this as a new deal. It will get more attention from any interested parties atm and you get credit.

Still not at the price i would bite at. More so the excluding VAT price is what i'm aiming for but this will help some with Richer Sounds price matching i guess
NARMAK03/02/2020 12:07

Please post this as a new deal. It will get more attention from any …Please post this as a new deal. It will get more attention from any interested parties atm and you get credit. Still not at the price i would bite at. More so the excluding VAT price is what i'm aiming for but this will help some with Richer Sounds price matching i guess


Costco deal at £1859 someone already posted.
I am just holding myself too. I set this bar, I will go for it if 65 E9 1799 or this 65 C9 for 1599. Paying more then this for 2019 model without sky offer is not easy pill to swallow. Lets wait for next weekend, something might change.
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