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Refurbished LG OLED55C9PLA 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV Freeview Play Freesat HD £1124.10 @ Richer Sounds
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Refurbished LG OLED55C9PLA 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV Freeview Play Freesat HD £1124.10 @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 9th Feb

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Refurbs aren't for everyone I know, but using the code VIP10, you can get this set for £1124.10 with a 12 month guarantee, otherwise its £1399, a great TV at a great price imo.

3403704-Y5RD6.jpgSee the OLED difference for yourself
With advanced Pixel Level Dimming, OLED remains one of the best options for class-leading picture quality. Unlike LED screens, OLED doesn't require backlighting, so the colour is consistent right across the screen, with greatly enhanced contrast levels.

Powerful new processor at its heart
With the a9 Gen 2 processor at its heart, this 55 inch LG TV is not only faster at processing but brings about a whole host of new features. Intelligent Artificial Intelligence (AI) benefits both picture and sound for the clearest images and audio yet. Combined with HDMI2.1 sockets, the powerful processor also supports exciting new picture technologies, such as High Frame Rate and Dynamic HDR.

HDMI 2.1 connectivity for wider support
Featuring HDMI 2.1 sockets gives this LG greatly enhanced connectivity. HDMI 2.1 supports Dynamic HDR. This lets the TV adjust the picture frame-by-frame for active control of the contrast. For gaming and VR headset use, Variable Refresh Rate and Quick Frame Transport aim to reduce lag and provide a smoother and more responsive feel. HDMI 2.1 also supports eARC – an upgraded Audio Return Channel that supports DTS:X and Dolby Atmos from TV to audio system.

AI Picture
Artificial Intelligence comes of age with LG’s Deep Learning AI Picture. This clever system compares the signal with a table of content and automatically adjusts the picture quality to the most accurate image possible. Using an ambient light sensor, the system adjusts screen brightness and other criteria (with HDR signals). The result is greater realism with a cleaner and sharper picture.

AI Sound
If you fancy a more cinematic sound from your TV, then LG’s AI Sound should be music to your ears. Using AI algorithms, AI Sound up-mixes two-channel audio to virtual 5.1 sound – giving a much more immersive sound stage. The powerful a9 Gen 2 processor also optimises the sound based on content type – giving clearer vocals with news and dramas. The powerful AI can also take account of your room’s acoustics and layout and adjusts to give the cleanest sound possible.

Dolby Atmos compatible sound
With a Dolby Atmos processor built-in this LG OLED 55” TV decodes Atmos sound tracks - giving you the potential for an even more immersive sound. With its built-in 2.2 speaker set-up and a 40 watt amp, the OLED55C9PLA delivers a smooth, well-balanced sound.

Remember, this is a clearance item and therefore condition and accessories/promo items supplied may vary.
The product is described as refurbished.This means an item has been repaired following a customer return.
ALL CLEARANCE ITEMS ARE FULLY GUARANTEED FOR 12 MONTHS and are in good working condition, but may have visible minor marks such as light surface scratching or signs of handling and cleaning. Please note that extended guarantees are not available on these products. All essential accessories are included, although alternative packaging may be used.
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Heat for a refurb. Personally I'm waiting for the price to drop on the new model so i can grab it with a 5 year warranty.
I'm looking for one of these Switchy but new. If anyone reading this has a Costco card it's in there around £1300 new but if its a business membership and therefore VAT free then it's around the £1050 mark.
CaptainOffTheHook09/02/2020 15:00

I'm looking for one of these Switchy but new. If anyone reading this has …I'm looking for one of these Switchy but new. If anyone reading this has a Costco card it's in there around £1300 new but if its a business membership and therefore VAT free then it's around the £1050 mark.


Possibly on the high side for a refurb, but you never know how these things are gonna go
Risky buying a "refurbished" OLED. Could have dead pixels, burnt screen or anything
Hold out is my advice. New with 6 year warranty soon. March/April is when they usually lowered prices last year before new models released
MrSwitch09/02/2020 15:01

Possibly on the high side for a refurb, but you never know how these …Possibly on the high side for a refurb, but you never know how these things are gonna go


I know you keep your ear to the ground for good deals, if you see a cracker for this TV new let me know. Now we have had the Christmas and January sales we need a big sporting event for TV promotions to start
Edited by: "CaptainOffTheHook" 9th Feb
robmclarenfan09/02/2020 15:06

Risky buying a "refurbished" OLED. Could have dead pixels, burnt screen …Risky buying a "refurbished" OLED. Could have dead pixels, burnt screen or anything


Fair enough! Hopefully has helped someone though
If they had confidence in their refurb why don't they offer a 5 year cover.
twotone195409/02/2020 15:54

If they had confidence in their refurb why don't they offer a 5 year …If they had confidence in their refurb why don't they offer a 5 year cover.


No idea.
CaptainOffTheHook09/02/2020 15:19

I know you keep your ear to the ground for good deals, if you see a …I know you keep your ear to the ground for good deals, if you see a cracker for this TV new let me know. Now we have had the Christmas and January sales we need a big sporting event for TV promotions to start


Euro football competition starts in the summer.
MrSwitch09/02/2020 15:29

Fair enough! Hopefully has helped someone though


Plus has a 12 month warranty
I paid £1249 for mine Black Friday wknd from RS , got the Sky Q deal too , so less than £1000 taking the Sky Q discount into account
NARMAK09/02/2020 15:17

Hold out is my advice. New with 6 year warranty soon. March/April is when …Hold out is my advice. New with 6 year warranty soon. March/April is when they usually lowered prices last year before new models released




I have nothing to back this up, only my suspicions but, I wonder if the recent jump in prices on the 2019 models could be due to a possible delay in the newer models becoming available.

Although most of these sorts of TVs aren't made in China, some of the parts could be.

Just a thought.

For anyone looking to buy now, the only real alternative to the C9 is the Panasonic TX-55GZ950B, assuming you're not bothered by the lack of HDMI 2.1.

I've found a cracking deal on the Panny, at PRC, £1,299.00 with a ton off using code '20FEB100' - prcdirect.co.uk/tv-…tml

Five year warranty by redemption

Edit; Ah, it would appear someone has already posted the deal - hotukdeals.com/dea…504
Edited by: "Woogsta" 25th Feb
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