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Philips 65OLED934 4K HDR Smart OLED TV £2,277.15 @ Tekzone
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Philips 65OLED934 4K HDR Smart OLED TV £2,277.15 @ Tekzone

£2,277.15£2,4999% Free P&P FreeTekzone Deals
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Posted 15th Apr

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I've updated this the Philips only since the B9 and C9 have reverted in cost. Though you can still get 5% off the B9 65" (and price beta as it has a 5 year warranty).

Please note there is no 5 year warranty on this model. Tekzone are not consistent in this though you may be able to negotiate. But since they don't have the 5 year warranty you won't be able to price beat with RS.


Philips 934 65":
NEW5% - £2,277.15 (seems to be £2,499 elsewhere)
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Philips 934 is £1.499 at Richer Sounds (an observation not a criticism)
Gazsterchief15/04/2020 21:01

Philips 934 is £1.499 at Richer Sounds (an observation not a criticism)

Thanks for the spot I meant to put 65" for the Philips which is what it is in the screenshot.
Gazsterchief15/04/2020 21:01

Philips 934 is £1.499 at Richer Sounds (an observation not a criticism)

Firstly, I look like a proper idiot
Secondly, I'm not deleting my comment, so the world will see that I'm an idiot
Gazsterchief15/04/2020 21:14

Firstly, I look like a proper idiot Secondly, I'm not deleting my comment, …Firstly, I look like a proper idiot Secondly, I'm not deleting my comment, so the world will see that I'm an idiot


Lol, it was my fault 😁
On the LG OLED55B9PLA, if RS will pricematch and apply the £10 price beat to the TekZone price of £949.05 (tekzone.co.uk/435…340 then using code NEW5%) £939.05 might be possible with the RS 6-year warranty... very tempted at this now...

I assume as TekZone is within Selfridges on Oxford Street, and can obviously buy online with free delivery and a 5-year warranty now, that RS should pricebeat?
bsdbm16/04/2020 07:55

On the LG OLED55B9PLA, if RS will pricematch and apply the £10 price beat …On the LG OLED55B9PLA, if RS will pricematch and apply the £10 price beat to the TekZone price of £949.05 (https://www.tekzone.co.uk/43579/lg-oled55b9pla-55-smart-4k-oled-tv?c=340 then using code NEW5%) £939.05 might be possible with the RS 6-year warranty... very tempted at this now...I assume as TekZone is within Selfridges on Oxford Street, and can obviously buy online with free delivery and a 5-year warranty now, that RS should pricebeat?


Would rather pay more for the Panasonic, but that's just me.
mikewadkins3516/04/2020 08:42

Would rather pay more for the Panasonic, but that's just me.


Fair enough! That's why we don't all buy the same telly! I just personally prefer the interface and smart of the LG over Panasonic, but actually prefer Samsung system to both of them. As it goes, I got my dad the LG OLED for Christmas and he's very happy with it, my father-in-law bought the Panasonic in November. Both lovely sets
bsdbm16/04/2020 08:59

Fair enough! That's why we don't all buy the same telly! I just …Fair enough! That's why we don't all buy the same telly! I just personally prefer the interface and smart of the LG over Panasonic, but actually prefer Samsung system to both of them. As it goes, I got my dad the LG OLED for Christmas and he's very happy with it, my father-in-law bought the Panasonic in November. Both lovely sets


Never had an issue with the OS bar the lack of Disney on it.
And the PQ is better for me, and that's all it came down to, I would not have gone OLED without Panasonic's processing
Thanks to the original poster - InterplanetaryDragon - I just ordered the LG OLED55B9PLA 55" OLED on RS pricematch for £939
bsdbm16/04/2020 09:44

Thanks to the original poster - InterplanetaryDragon - I just ordered the …Thanks to the original poster - InterplanetaryDragon - I just ordered the LG OLED55B9PLA 55" OLED on RS pricematch for £939


Can I just add my thanks to both of you. I have just price matched as above at RS.
Can I ask if anyone has an opinion or the LGC9 is worth the extra over the B9?
jonnybravo16/04/2020 14:58

Can I ask if anyone has an opinion or the LGC9 is worth the extra over the …Can I ask if anyone has an opinion or the LGC9 is worth the extra over the B9?


I was going to get the B9 at £939, but opted for the C9 when it was £1,129 and I wasn't sure about 4k HDR 120Hz on the B9.

However, I've confirmed with both LG UK (email) and LG US (chat though VPN) that the B9 does support 4k HDR at 120Hz therefore the main differences are:

C9 is apparently better out of the box, but many B9 owners say it's great so it could have been screen lottery.

C9 is better with gradients and shadows but this is most noticeable with standard or more likely heavily compressed content. Apparently Prime video compress a lot, but I've never used it so cannot confirm. Netflix obviously stream depending on what you pay for.

The C9 has 1GB more RAM (3 over 2) which makes navigation faster, according to reviewers. I guess this also future proofs it further regarding future software, firmware and processing updates.

The a9 is also a better processor than the A7, which is noticeable in the gradients and shadows mentioned earlier, but not in good quality content.

Also found this useful as it had some info I didn't spot in reviews:
https://medium.com/@tvevaluate/lg-b9-vs-c9-vs-e9-d2965b968216
Edited by: "InterplanetaryDragon" 16th Apr
jonnybravo16/04/2020 14:58

Can I ask if anyone has an opinion or the LGC9 is worth the extra over the …Can I ask if anyone has an opinion or the LGC9 is worth the extra over the B9?


rtings.com/tv/…915
Does the LG TVs run on android ?
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