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LG OLED65E9PLA 65" OLED 4K TV for £1999 + 5 year warranty @ Crampton & Moore
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LG OLED65E9PLA 65" OLED 4K TV for £1999 + 5 year warranty @ Crampton & Moore

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The deal is back again!
Brilliant price drop on this LG OLED65E9PLA 65" OLED 4K TV!
Deal goes live from 5 pm!
Basically, the LG OLED65E9PLA is the Award-winning C9 television with a better audio system. Comes with 5 year warranty.
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  • New 2nd Gen α9 Processor with AI
  • Advanced voice control
  • Perfect Colour on Perfect Black
  • Dolby Vision & Atmos Cinema Experience at home
  • 4K Cinema HDR Delivering the filmmaker’s vision
  • Minimalistic design Blends in to any space

New 2nd Gen a9 Processor with AI
The 2nd generation a9 Processor has been upgraded with a deep learning AI algorithm, which optimises picture and sound depending on the type and quality of content, so you always enjoy a breathtaking experience.

Live in wonder with New Intelligence
LG AI TV expands your AI experience with both the Google Assistant and Alexa*. Get answers to questions and control smart home appliances all through the power of your voice.
* The functionality of Google Assistant and Alexa is dependent on region – please check this prior to purchase and note that Google Assistant is not available in the Republic of Ireland. Alexa will be available in the UK and the Republic of Ireland via a firmware update later this year.

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.

Dolby Vision & Atmos Cinema Experience at home
Dolby transforms your home into an entertainment powerhouse with cinematic HDR imaging and sound.
*Dolby Vision is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories. Dolby Atmos and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

4K Cinema HDR - Delivers The Filmmaker’s Vision
LG’s 4K Cinema HDR trues to the filmmaker’s vision with the support of most HDR formats. Be immerse in cinematic images with major HDR formats including Advanced HDR by Technicolor and HDR10 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.
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Minimalistic design - Blends in to any space
The sophisticated and sleek design of the LG E9 OLED TV seamlessly integrates with your home. LG OLED TV adds a final touch of uniqueness to your carefully curated interior.
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Reducing Cable Clutter
Cable management keeps all connections neatly organized so your living room will be clean and clutter free.

Dimensions including stand
Width (mm):1447
Height (mm): 877
Depth (mm): 220
Dimensions without stand
Width (mm): 1447
Height (mm): 877
Depth (mm): 50.3
EAN: 8806098384532
Weight (KG): 33.6000
Screen Size: 65"
Screen resolution: 3840x2160
WiFi: Built In
Web Browser: Yes
DLNA: No
Smart TV Features: Smart TV
HDMi Ports: 4
USB Ports: 3
Optical Output: Yes
Ethernet Port: Yes
Speaker Output Power: 60W 4.2ch (Woofer: 20W)
Remote Control: Standard
Energy Efficency Rating: A
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Also, the LG OLED55E9PLA 55" is on sale for £1399 HERE!
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Nice deal. But all I want is for C9 to be back at 1700 again. Hopefully this is the start. Fingers crossed.
The warranty surely wouldn't cover potential burn in? So I don't think mentioning the 5 year warranty for those worried about burn in, really alleviates that worry.
poopscoop24/01/2020 17:19

So he shouldn't bother mentioning the 5 year warranty?


The post has been edited. It initially said something along the lines of, "comes with 5 year warranty for those worried about burn in".
africanspeed24/01/2020 17:05

All the hype about screen burn???From my research this happens 1 in every …All the hype about screen burn???From my research this happens 1 in every 10...... I think its a slight overreaction to this issue!!!Not saying screen burn is not an issue with OLEDs but its not happening in droves....Even with people who just use their OLED tvs without taking precautions....


I Have last years 65” C8 Best screen ive ever owned and ive owned the best 2 screens of the last 2 Generations arguably (Panasonic ZT60 & 720p Fujitsu 58 series) Also had a pioneer plasma but swapped for the ZT! These Oleds Really are the Business, Bluray & 4k from a Panasonic ub820 4k player images are truly Breathtaking for Film Lovers, and No sign of screen Burn or even image retension, Big Gamer also and again truly superb all round for gaming, iam 46 now so dont sit on the same game all night for hours but you can easily put 3-4 Hours into a session and no worries about gaming Huds whatsoever, Paid £2300 from John lewis just over a year ago, (down from £3500 Retail) Best purchase, makes me smile Daily!!
Edited by: "MRTHX" 24th Jan
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Very nice, wish still cloud get sky q offer on it.
The warranty surely wouldn't cover potential burn in? So I don't think mentioning the 5 year warranty for those worried about burn in, really alleviates that worry.
Nice deal. But all I want is for C9 to be back at 1700 again. Hopefully this is the start. Fingers crossed.
RYANdeals24/01/2020 16:39

The warranty surely wouldn't cover potential burn in? So I don't think …The warranty surely wouldn't cover potential burn in? So I don't think mentioning the 5 year warranty for those worried about burn in, really alleviates that worry.



Oh, thanks for highlighting that. I will double check that....
robofobo24/01/2020 16:34

Very nice, wish still cloud get sky q offer on it.



yeah, would be brilliant...
sisqoboy24/01/2020 16:47

Oh, thanks for highlighting that. I will double check that....


Yeah I could be wrong. But as much as screen burn is apparently a "non-issue". Every warranty I am aware of does not cover it and considers it 'user error' or 'misuse'.
Very tempted but think I will wait for a c9 to drop in price
RYANdeals24/01/2020 16:39

The warranty surely wouldn't cover potential burn in? So I don't think …The warranty surely wouldn't cover potential burn in? So I don't think mentioning the 5 year warranty for those worried about burn in, really alleviates that worry.


All the hype about screen burn???
From my research this happens 1 in every 10...... I think its a slight overreaction to this issue!!!
Not saying screen burn is not an issue with OLEDs but its not happening in droves....
Even with people who just use their OLED tvs without taking precautions....
africanspeed24/01/2020 17:05

All the hype about screen burn???From my research this happens 1 in every …All the hype about screen burn???From my research this happens 1 in every 10...... I think its a slight overreaction to this issue!!!Not saying screen burn is not an issue with OLEDs but its not happening in droves....Even with people who just use their OLED tvs without taking precautions....


I am not saying it is a big issue. But if it is so unlikely to happen, why not just cover it in a warranty?
Good price, pity it isn't the B9.
The free 18 Sky offer (worth £720 or so) finished yesterday - so time to drop the price.
sisqoboy24/01/2020 16:47

Oh, thanks for highlighting that. I will double check that....


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RYANdeals24/01/2020 17:08

I am not saying it is a big issue. But if it is so unlikely to happen, why …I am not saying it is a big issue. But if it is so unlikely to happen, why not just cover it in a warranty?


True but the hell you guys love to return stuff.....
A friend who works with Amazon told me once that some products on Amazon have a return rate as high as 70~80%!!!
RYANdeals24/01/2020 16:39

The warranty surely wouldn't cover potential burn in? So I don't think …The warranty surely wouldn't cover potential burn in? So I don't think mentioning the 5 year warranty for those worried about burn in, really alleviates that worry.


So he shouldn't bother mentioning the 5 year warranty?
poopscoop24/01/2020 17:19

So he shouldn't bother mentioning the 5 year warranty?


The post has been edited. It initially said something along the lines of, "comes with 5 year warranty for those worried about burn in".
Gormond24/01/2020 17:09

Good price, pity it isn't the B9.


I thought c9 is better?
will.liu24/01/2020 17:34

I thought c9 is better?


I meant a pity the B9 wasn't the one reduced, I thought the only difference between the B9/C9 was the processor?

I have ordered a B9 for £1750, I'm wondering if I should send it back and get the E9...
Edited by: "Gormond" 24th Jan
africanspeed24/01/2020 17:05

All the hype about screen burn???From my research this happens 1 in every …All the hype about screen burn???From my research this happens 1 in every 10...... I think its a slight overreaction to this issue!!!Not saying screen burn is not an issue with OLEDs but its not happening in droves....Even with people who just use their OLED tvs without taking precautions....


I Have last years 65” C8 Best screen ive ever owned and ive owned the best 2 screens of the last 2 Generations arguably (Panasonic ZT60 & 720p Fujitsu 58 series) Also had a pioneer plasma but swapped for the ZT! These Oleds Really are the Business, Bluray & 4k from a Panasonic ub820 4k player images are truly Breathtaking for Film Lovers, and No sign of screen Burn or even image retension, Big Gamer also and again truly superb all round for gaming, iam 46 now so dont sit on the same game all night for hours but you can easily put 3-4 Hours into a session and no worries about gaming Huds whatsoever, Paid £2300 from John lewis just over a year ago, (down from £3500 Retail) Best purchase, makes me smile Daily!!
Edited by: "MRTHX" 24th Jan
MRTHX24/01/2020 17:58

I Have last years 65” C8 Best screen ive ever owned and ive owned the best …I Have last years 65” C8 Best screen ive ever owned and ive owned the best 2 screens of the last 2 Generations arguably (Panasonic ZT60 & 720p Fujitsu 58 series) Also had a pioneer plasma but swapped for the ZT! These Oleds Really are the Business, Bluray & 4k from a Panasonic ub820 4k player images are truly Breathtaking for Film Lovers, and No sign of screen Burn or even image retension, Big Gamer also and again truly superb all round for gaming, iam 46 now so dont sit on the same game all night for hours but you can easily put 3-4 Hours into a session and no worries about gaming Huds whatsoever, Paid £2300 from John lewis just over a year ago, (down from £3500 Retail) Best purchase, makes me smile Daily!!


Thanks for that feedback...
Its nice to hear from an actual OLED user...
I notice that a lot of people on here, even those who DO NOT even own OLED panels just jump on the "screen burn" issue to run their mouth
RYANdeals24/01/2020 17:08

I am not saying it is a big issue. But if it is so unlikely to happen, why …I am not saying it is a big issue. But if it is so unlikely to happen, why not just cover it in a warranty?


Because you CAN force burn-in on purpose just to get a new set. They don't want those costs.
Got an Lg c9 a couple of weeks before Christmas with 1/2 price sky , all I can say is wow .. oled definitely worth the money , I would go c9 over the e9 personally...
Edited by: "Johnnnnnnnnn" 24th Jan
Voted hot but waiting on the C9 dropping down again.
so.... Currys will do a price match...

the Mrs has a scheme where we can buy vouchers at 8% off so would cost me £1840 for this... soooo tempted
Johnnnnnnnnn24/01/2020 18:17

Got an Lg c9 a couple of weeks before Christmas with 1/2 price sky , all I …Got an Lg c9 a couple of weeks before Christmas with 1/2 price sky , all I can say is wow .. oled definitely worth the money , I would go c9 over the e9 personally...


Noticed any screen burn?
africanspeed24/01/2020 18:55

Noticed any screen burn?


Nothing so far .. think it’s only if you watch one channel with a logo on it , but to be honest in most peoples houses that won’t happen .. also the tv has a program built in which It protects against screen burn and will automatically do this to prevent it happening
RYANdeals24/01/2020 16:57

Yeah I could be wrong. But as much as screen burn is apparently a …Yeah I could be wrong. But as much as screen burn is apparently a "non-issue". Every warranty I am aware of does not cover it and considers it 'user error' or 'misuse'.


Would never hold up in court. TV would be deemed as unfit for purpose.
droitwichdosser24/01/2020 18:27

so.... Currys will do a price match...the Mrs has a scheme where we can …so.... Currys will do a price match...the Mrs has a scheme where we can buy vouchers at 8% off so would cost me £1840 for this... soooo tempted


Kindly can you share link of it ? How can I get 8% off on it ? Thanks
africanspeed24/01/2020 18:55

Noticed any screen burn?


I've had since September and everything is fine. Movie most nights, news on the morning, wife watches TV in the day, and sometimes I play ps4 games on it.
Gormond24/01/2020 17:37

I meant a pity the B9 wasn't the one reduced, I thought the only …I meant a pity the B9 wasn't the one reduced, I thought the only difference between the B9/C9 was the processor?I have ordered a B9 for £1750, I'm wondering if I should send it back and get the E9...


If you can I would, I would recommend at the C9 at £1799 - £1999. So to get the E9 is nice, although it only looks nicer, glass screen and much better speakers (I have surround sound so won't use it). C9 is confirmed HDMI 2.1, B9 is grey as lg don't advertise it and originally said its not hdmi 2.1 but now they say it is, so there is a question about if it works at 120hz 4k but given there are no devices that output it, it can't be proved. The better processor in the C9 I believe does help with motion processing, but sony is hands down the best at it.
Heat! Shame about the Sky offer but still a decent set at this price!
Johnnnnnnnnn24/01/2020 19:21

Nothing so far .. think it’s only if you watch one channel with a logo on i …Nothing so far .. think it’s only if you watch one channel with a logo on it , but to be honest in most peoples houses that won’t happen .. also the tv has a program built in which It protects against screen burn and will automatically do this to prevent it happening


Esentially when watching a static picture with high brightness for longer periods, the program employs techniques like shifting and auto protection to limit screen burn in...
But tbh it is hard to deliberately force screen burn in....
Jonwillis24/01/2020 19:45

I've had since September and everything is fine. Movie most nights, news …I've had since September and everything is fine. Movie most nights, news on the morning, wife watches TV in the day, and sometimes I play ps4 games on it.


Nice one mate...enjoy your telly
As they’ll be closed now, I’ll be checking in the morning that this price is still showing. If so, what do you think are the chances that Richer Sounds will price match with their 6 yr warranty?
PlanetP24/01/2020 21:04

As they’ll be closed now, I’ll be checking in the morning that this price i …As they’ll be closed now, I’ll be checking in the morning that this price is still showing. If so, what do you think are the chances that Richer Sounds will price match with their 6 yr warranty?


Rs do price match this retailer so you'll be fine. Just remember the price is very likely to drop, Costco had the C9 65" at 1799 from early November until mid January. There is likely to be a sale again before they sell out when the next model arrives. Depends on what you want and if you want to wait.
Jonwillis24/01/2020 21:36

Rs do price match this retailer so you'll be fine. Just remember the price …Rs do price match this retailer so you'll be fine. Just remember the price is very likely to drop, Costco had the C9 65" at 1799 from early November until mid January. There is likely to be a sale again before they sell out when the next model arrives. Depends on what you want and if you want to wait.


Thanks, good advice
C9 and E9 are identical Screen panels, picture quality and processor.
Different stying and upgraded speaker on the E9 model.
If you have an Amp & Speakers the C9 is the one to go for, otherwise E9 at the £2000 for a 65” is very good.
I only needed the C8 model as iam heavily into home cinema with seperates.
The C9 and E9 are also lower in input lag for Gaming this year also, 20 ms for last years C8 and feels perfect, now down to 13-14 ms and the new models coming soon have gone lower again.
Also just to say, my Panasonic ZT plasma would get image retension from anything static which was bright, (white’s obviously the hottest) if left for over an hour or 2 (strong channel logo’s and white gaming huds) would leave a greenish retension that would last maybe a few hours, again though you had to be looking for it.
The C8 has none of that and they go a lot brighter in white’s with them being HDR capable.
I dont have the Oled light or Contrast on full but like an accurate image, these screens are too bright if you set the above to 100 each (Max) for 4k HDR movies i have Oled light 65-75 and Contrast 60-65, Oled light prob should be on 100 which is fine but having 100 on each is Overdone imo but whatever you like best i suppose, same for Gaming in HDR, Dolby Vision is different 50 is recommended for Oled Light as the Max but again you can lower this to 45-50 Then Dial in your Contrast 60-80 for me.

Sources, Pana UB820, Xbox One X and PS4 Pro
Edited by: "MRTHX" 25th Jan
robofobo24/01/2020 19:42

Kindly can you share link of it ? How can I get 8% off on it ? Thanks


These are schemes run by employers. The company I work for offers a similar benefits scheme.
RYANdeals24/01/2020 16:39

The warranty surely wouldn't cover potential burn in? So I don't think …The warranty surely wouldn't cover potential burn in? So I don't think mentioning the 5 year warranty for those worried about burn in, really alleviates that worry.


The B8 may have been more susceptible to this, but the C9 and E9 has more tech to prevent this that the risk is virtually non existent unless you intentionally set out to damage it. Also, Samsung has really played on this to market their QLEDs.
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