LG OLED65E9PLA 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with 18 months Free Sky Q / 6 months Spotify Premium £2674.99 using code @ Currys PCWorld
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LG OLED65E9PLA 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with 18 months Free Sky Q / 6 months Spotify Premium £2674.99 using code @ Currys PCWorld

£2,674.99£3,519.9924%Currys PC World Deals
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Expires on 15/11/2019Posted 1st Nov
Pretty nice package if you had your eyes on one of the newer LG OLED TVs. You'll not only save £125 off the listed price using the code, you'll also get 18 months of Free Sky Q, with a 2TB box, over 300 channels and access to HD, entertainment and multiscreen at no extra cost! (£720 worth)

Also you'll get 6 months access to Spotify Premium using the code included on your receipt.

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Perfection from pitch blacks to vibrant colours

Get lost deeper in your entertainment with the LG OLED65E9PLA 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV with Google Assistant.

The OLED screen creates the perfect pitch black, so when watching the in the dark the screen won't illuminate the room. Because each pixel can be turned off individually, you'll be able to see details in dark scenes that it would be impossible to appreciate on an LED TV. Colours are reproduced with amazing accuracy and vibrancy too, for an image that's truer to life than anything you've seen before.

And for the ultimate blockbuster experience, the E9 supports several HDR formats including Dolby Vision and HLG. That means you'll get a huge spectrum of colour with brilliant contrast, making dimly lit dialogue scenes just as clear as explosive battle sequences.

A TV that can learn

What if your TV got better with age? With the E9 it does. The 2nd generation a9 processor is intelligent enough to learn and optimise speed and graphics to keep bringing you enhanced image, whether you're gaming, binging a boxset, or getting stuck into a classic blockbuster.

Discover convenience with Google Assistant and ThinQ AI

Bring convenience to your living room with ThinQ AI - LG's voice command platform that works in sync with your other ThinQ smart devices, even those from other manufacturers. Ask your TV to play a film on Netflix, switch on the news, or turn up the volume.

And with Google Assistant built-in you can do even more. Find out what's in your calendar, how long your commute will take, check the weather, control your smart home devices, and much more - it's like having your very own personal assistant.

Simple, stunning, revolutionary

With a revolutionary constuction that's so thin and light, the TV panel is bonded onto a single pane of transparent glass. It's a stunning design which leaves nothing to distract your eye from what you're watching - it will look as if your TV is almost floating on your wall. Pretty cool.

When you're not using it as a TV it transforms into an art gallery, displaying stunning images from around the world – no more blank space on your wall.

Soaring sound

A great picture deserves great sound, and with Dolby Atmos you'll feel even closer to the action. Reimagining your movie audio as a 3D experience, each element is split and sent to different speakers, placing you at the heart of it all. Hear the thunderous charge of battle or whispered dialogue as if you're actually there.

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Same deal as Richer Sounds but without 6 year guarantee
When it gets to 2k then I will buy
As far as I’m aware and I bought one of these TVs a week ago and have the LG discount code
You don’t get free sky tv - you get half price sky tv for 18 months
But even that doesn’t work out at half price.
You basically get half price off the regular sky price , so it’s kind of true but should you find deals on sky’s website you can’t then take 50% off these deals so it’s a bit of a con really . It works out as more or 5 to 10% discount.
Still not bad if you wanted sky anyway but it’s not a true 50% off in my opinion, just clever marketing
MattyJ198501/11/2019 15:50

As far as I’m aware and I bought one of these TVs a week ago and have the L …As far as I’m aware and I bought one of these TVs a week ago and have the LG discount code You don’t get free sky tv - you get half price sky tv for 18 months But even that doesn’t work out at half price. You basically get half price off the regular sky price , so it’s kind of true but should you find deals on sky’s website you can’t then take 50% off these deals so it’s a bit of a con really . It works out as more or 5 to 10% discount. Still not bad if you wanted sky anyway but it’s not a true 50% off in my opinion, just clever marketing



you cant of bought this screen ?because this is 18months free.
the C9 is 50% off ,the b9 is 33% off
tvoffer.sky.com/
ramiuk101/11/2019 15:58

you cant of bought this screen ?because this is 18months free.the C9 is …you cant of bought this screen ?because this is 18months free.the C9 is 50% off ,the b9 is 33% offhttps://tvoffer.sky.com/


Ahh quiet right - I got the C9

Sorry for the misinformation- although my point about the 50% off not working out as a true 50% off i still stand by
How bad is this screen burn problem?
makershaker01/11/2019 19:04

How bad is this screen burn problem?


Unless you’re watching bbc news 24/7 you probably won’t encounter it.
Trust me I did a lot of research before buying one and it took 20,000 of watching BBC news (think red banner) 20 hours a day every day before it started to show any sign of burn in.

Home use should be fine - if you’re buying for a business where you’ll be displaying the same image the majority of the time buy a LED
MattyJ198501/11/2019 19:16

Unless you’re watching bbc news 24/7 you probably won’t encounter it. Tru …Unless you’re watching bbc news 24/7 you probably won’t encounter it. Trust me I did a lot of research before buying one and it took 20,000 of watching BBC news (think red banner) 20 hours a day every day before it started to show any sign of burn in. Home use should be fine - if you’re buying for a business where you’ll be displaying the same image the majority of the time buy a LED



Na.. it would be home use.. maybe a couple of hours of gsming every few nights but mostly watching football... movies etc

What do you think of the TV ?
makershaker01/11/2019 19:19

Na.. it would be home use.. maybe a couple of hours of gsming every few …Na.. it would be home use.. maybe a couple of hours of gsming every few nights but mostly watching football... movies etcWhat do you think of the TV ?


I have the C9 so it’s slightly down from this one.
I recently bought a Oled C9 for the living room and aSamsung QLED for the bedroom.
I took the Samsung back and got another LG C9 - the picture is amazing. When I first put on Netflix and watched a Dolby Vision HDR programme the colour and depth hit me. Best choice I made. And OLED beats the pants off QLED in my opinion.
But do your research yourself - QLED is a lot brighter , I don’t mean colours but just as a whole is brighter so if it’s going in a very light and sunny room then QLED might be for you. But if you’re after out and out image quality I would say OLED wins by a mile
MattyJ198501/11/2019 19:38

I have the C9 so it’s slightly down from this one. I recently bought a O …I have the C9 so it’s slightly down from this one. I recently bought a Oled C9 for the living room and aSamsung QLED for the bedroom. I took the Samsung back and got another LG C9 - the picture is amazing. When I first put on Netflix and watched a Dolby Vision HDR programme the colour and depth hit me. Best choice I made. And OLED beats the pants off QLED in my opinion. But do your research yourself - QLED is a lot brighter , I don’t mean colours but just as a whole is brighter so if it’s going in a very light and sunny room then QLED might be for you. But if you’re after out and out image quality I would say OLED wins by a mile



I've saw both in Currys. The Oleds are stunning. The Qleds also look really good though.

Its the C9 I want. Hoping for a black friday deal on it
Where can I see the C9 & E9 side by side in person? My local currys doesn't have them both on display. I'm near Leeds
mikem198901/11/2019 21:26

Where can I see the C9 & E9 side by side in person? My local currys …Where can I see the C9 & E9 side by side in person? My local currys doesn't have them both on display. I'm near Leeds


its more on the technical side
stemac12301/11/2019 23:02

[Video] its more on the technical side


Thanks but over the net, I've done all the research that I can on these two TV's. I know thet are very similar specced. I literally just wanted to view the two in the same shop to see if the E9 is 600 quid more aesthetically pleasing
Edited by: "mikem1989" 2nd Nov
mikem198902/11/2019 11:45

Thanks but over the net, I've done all the research that I can on these …Thanks but over the net, I've done all the research that I can on these two TV's. I know thet are very similar specced. I literally just wanted to view the two in the same shop to see if the E9 is 600 quid more aesthetically pleasing


Only real difference it the design on the E9 and I think its got a better menu system but only slightly and the E9 has a glass front I do prefer the E9 in looks to the C9 but both still great TVs I am playing the waiting game hoping the E9 drops near BF 😃
stemac12302/11/2019 12:38

Only real difference it the design on the E9 and I think its got a better … Only real difference it the design on the E9 and I think its got a better menu system but only slightly and the E9 has a glass front I do prefer the E9 in looks to the C9 but both still great TVs I am playing the waiting game hoping the E9 drops near BF 😃


Just an FYI - Last BF the deals on the LG OLEDs were rubbish. They were better just after xmas.
I was going to purchase the C8 but then I heard the next iteration was going to have HDMI 2.1 so I held on for that, as it has some useful features for me.
mikem198902/11/2019 12:52

Just an FYI - Last BF the deals on the LG OLEDs were rubbish. They were …Just an FYI - Last BF the deals on the LG OLEDs were rubbish. They were better just after xmas.I was going to purchase the C8 but then I heard the next iteration was going to have HDMI 2.1 so I held on for that, as it has some useful features for me.


Yeah I was going to buy the C8 until I looked into LGs and 2.1 as well as other things 2.1 important for me with the PS5 coming out next year not to sure if the LG models are wfi 6 compatible yet, am not going to pay over 2k so if they don't go down on BF I will wait till Xmas
stemac12302/11/2019 13:19

Yeah I was going to buy the C8 until I looked into LGs and 2.1 as well as …Yeah I was going to buy the C8 until I looked into LGs and 2.1 as well as other things 2.1 important for me with the PS5 coming out next year not to sure if the LG models are wfi 6 compatible yet, am not going to pay over 2k so if they don't go down on BF I will wait till Xmas


I would have thought LGs next TVs would be Wifi 6 compatible. I can't believe these ones aren't to be honest, their network chipset is garbage. It's probably the only thing stopping it from been a truly future proof TV.
mikem198902/11/2019 14:46

I would have thought LGs next TVs would be Wifi 6 compatible. I can't … I would have thought LGs next TVs would be Wifi 6 compatible. I can't believe these ones aren't to be honest, their network chipset is garbage. It's probably the only thing stopping it from been a truly future proof TV.


I've not seen anything on the wifi for the C9 or E9..you would think it would be wifi 6 as we are moving towards it
stemac12302/11/2019 15:04

I've not seen anything on the wifi for the C9 or E9..you would think it …I've not seen anything on the wifi for the C9 or E9..you would think it would be wifi 6 as we are moving towards it


It's very rarely reported in reviews, probably because the average consumer doesn't understand wifi specs, but it actually pretty important considering the average consumer streams a lot over their wifi. Netflix, YouTube etc..
For top quality streaming you want 802.11ax wifi (Soon to be renamed wifi 6)

The LGs (and most other TVs tbf) use wifi 802.11ac, which is basically Wifi 5. It's a 2013 spec, so ancient in tech terms.

The whole renaming scheme is a welcome change. It will help the average consumer understand wifi -

higher number = better
Edited by: "mikem1989" 2nd Nov
mikem198902/11/2019 15:20

It's very rarely reported in reviews, probably because the average …It's very rarely reported in reviews, probably because the average consumer doesn't understand wifi specs, but it actually pretty important considering the average consumer streams a lot over their wifi. Netflix, YouTube etc..For top quality streaming you want 802.11ax wifi (Soon to be renamed wifi 6)The LGs (and most other TVs tbf) use wifi 802.11ac, which is basically Wifi 5. It's a 2013 spec, so ancient in tech terms.The whole renaming scheme is a welcome change. It will help the average consumer understand wifi - higher number = better


I've just bought the
ASUS GT-AX11000 ROG Rupture few months ago so most things I have now are wireless connected so now looking for wifi6 in gadgets including the Tv... wifi 6 is going to be brill once it gets going,, I think only a couple of mobiles support it ATM
mikem198902/11/2019 14:46

I would have thought LGs next TVs would be Wifi 6 compatible. I can't …I would have thought LGs next TVs would be Wifi 6 compatible. I can't believe these ones aren't to be honest, their network chipset is garbage. It's probably the only thing stopping it from been a truly future proof TV.


I wouldn't rely on any TV being future proof. LG's 2018 OLED TVs on sale this year do not have Airplay. I think LG is a bit slow on the app front as well - no date for Apple TV+ or Britbox. Samsung appears to be fairing better but models that are less than 18 months old are missing out on new additions (at least for now). Obviously apps aren't an issue if you're using streaming or set top boxes.
Not a great deal in spec between C and E just speakers and most will use external and the price in RS £375 less and lovely jubbly guarantee... zkelectronics.com/com…ny/
Canny added heat, but I've ordered the 65" Q90R due on Monday.
mikem198902/11/2019 15:20

It's very rarely reported in reviews, probably because the average …It's very rarely reported in reviews, probably because the average consumer doesn't understand wifi specs, but it actually pretty important considering the average consumer streams a lot over their wifi. Netflix, YouTube etc..For top quality streaming you want 802.11ax wifi (Soon to be renamed wifi 6)The LGs (and most other TVs tbf) use wifi 802.11ac, which is basically Wifi 5. It's a 2013 spec, so ancient in tech terms.The whole renaming scheme is a welcome change. It will help the average consumer understand wifi - higher number = better


Ok I’ll bite:
In private home environment what is in your opinion (or better technical facts) that makes 892.11ax so superior?
yant07/11/2019 15:20

Ok I’ll bite:In private home environment what is in your opinion (or b …Ok I’ll bite:In private home environment what is in your opinion (or better technical facts) that makes 892.11ax so superior?


What is there to bite about?
Are you telling me that in a £2000+ TV, that you wouldn't want it to be as future proof as possible? Wifi 6 has many useful improvements and it would have only cost them a few quid more per unit to implement, google it.
mikem198907/11/2019 16:05

What is there to bite about?Are you telling me that in a £2000+ TV, that …What is there to bite about?Are you telling me that in a £2000+ TV, that you wouldn't want it to be as future proof as possible? Wifi 6 has many useful improvements and it would have only cost them a few quid more per unit to implement, google it.


Wi-Fi 6 improvements are really not relevant to streaming Netflix in a normal private home.
yant08/11/2019 22:26

Wi-Fi 6 improvements are really not relevant to streaming Netflix in a …Wi-Fi 6 improvements are really not relevant to streaming Netflix in a normal private home.


Not on one screen no.

But have you tried streaming 4k hdr video in multiple rooms? What about better signal strength in large or thick walled houses?
There is certainly use cases for it right now. Mainly for big families. Just because you don't personally have a use for it doesn't mean other people don't.

But I was mainly referring to future proofing anyway. Google Stadia and 8k streaming via this TV, which will become a thing. That's what I want it for.
mikem198909/11/2019 10:08

Not on one screen no. But have you tried streaming 4k hdr video in …Not on one screen no. But have you tried streaming 4k hdr video in multiple rooms? What about better signal strength in large or thick walled houses?There is certainly use cases for it right now. Mainly for big families. Just because you don't personally have a use for it doesn't mean other people don't.But I was mainly referring to future proofing anyway. Google Stadia and 8k streaming via this TV, which will become a thing. That's what I want it for.


I agree with what you’re saying - although I just wanna ask how can you stream 8k onto a 4K tv ? Wouldn’t the vast majority (if not all) streaming services just send you 4K rather than sending your 8k and down scaling it?
For the foreseeable future 8k will only be used for edge cases. But its gaining traction already! I feel like I haven't even had 4k that long yet there are already 8k tv available to purchase! It will start with big events such as the Olympics and World Cup will be streamed in 8k in order to promote uptake of 8k tvs in the average home.

As for 8k on a 4k tv, I think you'll be able to select the option... are you familiar with downsampling on pc? It's that. It basically uses the 8k information to get a more accurate pixel value for 4k. Producing a sharper, more detailed, colour accurate image.
Edited by: "mikem1989" 9th Nov
mikem198909/11/2019 10:08

Not on one screen no. But have you tried streaming 4k hdr video in …Not on one screen no. But have you tried streaming 4k hdr video in multiple rooms? What about better signal strength in large or thick walled houses?There is certainly use cases for it right now. Mainly for big families. Just because you don't personally have a use for it doesn't mean other people don't.But I was mainly referring to future proofing anyway. Google Stadia and 8k streaming via this TV, which will become a thing. That's what I want it for.


WiFi 5 offers in theory 3.5Gbps (you'll never rach that). 4K streaming is 10-25Mbps. Even streaming to 10 4K screens (in a private home!) at the same time, you are not using 10% of the capacity of WiFi 5. 8K streaming, assuming that we accept the claim that downsampling is better than native, is still only 100Mbps. Well within the capabilities of WiFi5.

WiFi 5 is not the problem. Incoming broadband provider bandwidth is the problem. Broadband for private home offer what? 1 to 100Mbps not-guaranteed (can go down if the neighbourhood is using lots of data), that is what is affecting Youtube and Netflix streaming, for small and big families.

Range improvements of WiFi 6 may help in large house and may be able to provide WiFi through an entire large house without the need for multiple repeaters/access points/mesh. An improvements over the existing collection solutions rather solving a problem that is not solved in homes.

Future proofing: yes, all other things being equal I'd rather have the newer standard. But I'd rather have the picture quality of an OLED than a WiFi6 TV with a LCD screen (even an LCD screen attempting to hide under a different name)
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