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Shame the warranty will run out just as the first 8K content becomes available.

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Where's the price?
How long before the QLED haters jump on this one?
Edited by: "frakison" 14th Nov 2019
frakison14/11/2019 00:09

How long before the QLED haters jump on this one?


Most would disagree but I prefer QLED over OLED.
Batmobile54314/11/2019 00:25

Most would disagree but I prefer QLED over OLED.


Does QLED also suffer from image burn-in?
Mack514/11/2019 00:46

Does QLED also suffer from image burn-in?


nope plus I samsung use to offer a 10 year screen burn in warrenty for the qleds but only oleds are prone to burn in so they were just doing it to mock LG's oled which were really susceptible to it back then. Its unlikely anyone ever made a claim on it as lcds (inc. qled) dont suffer from that issue
Not a Philips TV so can't vote hot
Mack514/11/2019 00:46

Does QLED also suffer from image burn-in?


Nope it doesn't
Get rid of the phone for £700 and you've got if for £2000.
Not bad.
Shame the warranty will run out just as the first 8K content becomes available.

Says on site £120 for 5 year warranty
2400 on samsung portal?? Which makes it even cheaper?
kevf114/11/2019 07:02

Says on site £120 for 5 year warranty


No it doesn't.

It says a 5 year warranty is included and you can upgrade it to include accidental damage for £120
Bought 7 for ebay…
Batmobile54314/11/2019 00:25

Most would disagree but I prefer QLED over OLED.


What you mean is, you're scared of OLED.
Batmobile54314/11/2019 02:07

Nope it doesn't


Because it's just LCD.

OLED burn in is massively exaggerated, mainly suffered by people without an OLED.
ezzer7214/11/2019 11:12

Because it's just LCD.OLED burn in is massively exaggerated, mainly …Because it's just LCD.OLED burn in is massively exaggerated, mainly suffered by people without an OLED.


You'd think, if it was so massively exaggerated, that manufacturers would be confident enough to include it in their warranty.

But they don't, because they know it's a problem.
thekitkatshuffler14/11/2019 14:12

You'd think, if it was so massively exaggerated, that manufacturers would …You'd think, if it was so massively exaggerated, that manufacturers would be confident enough to include it in their warranty.But they don't, because they know it's a problem.


No, because it's not a manufacturing defect, it occurs if the TV is misused.

It's akin to expecting car manufacturers to cover scratches under warranty.
ezzer7214/11/2019 14:33

No, because it's not a manufacturing defect, it occurs if the TV is …No, because it's not a manufacturing defect, it occurs if the TV is misused.It's akin to expecting car manufacturers to cover scratches under warranty.


That's the worst analogy I've heard in my life, but I suppose that will happen when you're an OLED acolyte who's grasping at straws.

It's a television. Its sole purpose is to display images. If an owner can't leave it to do that without babysitting it, then it isn't misuse, it's a design flaw.

I do agree that it's not a manufacturing defect, but that's kind of the point. It's a flaw in the technology, so buyer beware.
Under £1800 for 55" last week.
thekitkatshuffler14/11/2019 14:42

That's the worst analogy I've heard in my life, but I suppose that will …That's the worst analogy I've heard in my life, but I suppose that will happen when you're an OLED acolyte who's grasping at straws.It's a television. Its sole purpose is to display images. If an owner can't leave it to do that without babysitting it, then it isn't misuse, it's a design flaw.I do agree that it's not a manufacturing defect, but that's kind of the point. It's a flaw in the technology, so buyer beware.


Nah, you're just afraid, like all OLED naysayers - help yourself to an overpriced LCD as that sounds far safer for you.
thekitkatshuffler14/11/2019 14:42

but I suppose that will happen when you're an OLED acolyte who's grasping …but I suppose that will happen when you're an OLED acolyte who's grasping at straws


p.s. just look through the deals on here, most OLED deals go mega hot, most QLED ones go stone cold. Not me grasping at straws buddy
ezzer7214/11/2019 15:39

Nah, you're just afraid, like all OLED naysayers - help yourself to an …Nah, you're just afraid, like all OLED naysayers - help yourself to an overpriced LCD as that sounds far safer for you.


And there it is. Your argument has fallen on stony ground so you resort to avoiding the discussion and being obnoxious.

You could just accept that people can have different TV usage habits than yours and it doesn't automatically equate to them "misusing" their equipment, but you'd rather take the low intellect fanboy approach. It's a shame but at least you're consistent in your approach to the OLED/QLED debate.

For the record I don't own an LCD TV and don't currently intend to buy one, so your assumptions are flawed, just like your precious OLED technology.
ezzer7214/11/2019 15:41

p.s. just look through the deals on here, most OLED deals go mega hot, …p.s. just look through the deals on here, most OLED deals go mega hot, most QLED ones go stone cold. Not me grasping at straws buddy


P.S. 4 out of the last 10 OLED deals have gone moderately hot while 6 out of the last 10 QLED deals have gone likewise.

I'm sure you have a graph that you've cultivated over the years to show the trend overall is towards OLED deals going hotter, but life's too short for that kind of obsession, chum.
thekitkatshuffler14/11/2019 17:08

And there it is. Your argument has fallen on stony ground so you resort …And there it is. Your argument has fallen on stony ground so you resort to avoiding the discussion and being obnoxious.You could just accept that people can have different TV usage habits than yours and it doesn't automatically equate to them "misusing" their equipment, but you'd rather take the low intellect fanboy approach. It's a shame but at least you're consistent in your approach to the OLED/QLED debate. For the record I don't own an LCD TV and don't currently intend to buy one, so your assumptions are flawed, just like your precious OLED technology.


Whatever.

OLED is unanimously regarded as having the best picture quality available, that isn't up for debate.

99% of users won't experience any issues, but scaremongers such as yourself continue to fan the flame.

Do you have a plasma?
ezzer7214/11/2019 17:13

Whatever.OLED is unanimously regarded as having the best picture quality …Whatever.OLED is unanimously regarded as having the best picture quality available, that isn't up for debate.99% of users won't experience any issues, but scaremongers such as yourself continue to fan the flame.Do you have a plasma?


Where do you get your 99% figure from? Or is that a number plucked from thin-air by an apologist?

If 99% of users won't experience any issues then why are the manufacturers so scared of covering burn in with their warranty?

I don't disagree that OLED has the best available picture quality. I do think QLED offers a good balance between picture quality and ease of care for some people though, and that shouting those people down is obnoxious.
thekitkatshuffler14/11/2019 17:19

Where do you get your 99% figure from? Or is that a number plucked from …Where do you get your 99% figure from? Or is that a number plucked from thin-air by an apologist?If 99% of users won't experience any issues then why are the manufacturers so scared of covering burn in with their warranty?I don't disagree that OLED has the best available picture quality. I do think QLED offers a good balance between picture quality and ease of care for some people though, and that shouting those people down is obnoxious.


99% of owners won't spill the contents of a goldfish bowl down the back of the TV either, but that is excluded from warranty too.

I full understand that some people are natural worriers, and prefer to go with the safer 'QLED' (a marketing term) option instead, but paying more to do so?
ezzer7214/11/2019 17:25

99% of owners won't spill the contents of a goldfish bowl down the back of …99% of owners won't spill the contents of a goldfish bowl down the back of the TV either, but that is excluded from warranty too.I full understand that some people are natural worriers, and prefer to go with the safer 'QLED' (a marketing term) option instead, but paying more to do so?



You can keep trying to equate the act of simply using your £1,000 TV to do what it is supposed to do with the act of physically damaging your TV, but 99% of the people reading this aren't stupid and will see through your embarrassing comments.

So maybe reconsider your approach?

Well in, chief.
thekitkatshuffler14/11/2019 18:36

You can keep trying to equate the act of simply using your £1,000 TV to do …You can keep trying to equate the act of simply using your £1,000 TV to do what it is supposed to do with the act of physically damaging your TV, but 99% of the people reading this aren't stupid and will see through your embarrassing comments.So maybe reconsider your approach?Well in, chief.


I actually have a £2000 TV, and have spent the last 2 years or so watching TV, news, Netflix, movies, YouTube, IPTV, sports...no issues at all with so called burn in.

I've said many times before, the only people who have issues with it don't own an OLED - but their mate in the pub did, and his got burn in
ezzer7214/11/2019 18:57

I actually have a £2000 TV, and have spent the last 2 years or so watching …I actually have a £2000 TV, and have spent the last 2 years or so watching TV, news, Netflix, movies, YouTube, IPTV, sports...no issues at all with so called burn in.I've said many times before, the only people who have issues with it don't own an OLED - but their mate in the pub did, and his got burn in


When I said "your" I was talking about the people you were accusing of misusing their TV and I chose the lower figure to be gracious to the OLED masses and acknowledge they can be bought for a reasonable price.

This is a really difficult conversation to have if you're going to keep acting like a 12 year old. It's kind of upsetting that your comprehension level is this low, given that I'm assuming you're a fully grown adult.

"Yeah, well, you might say that but I've never had a problem and therefore any suggestion that the issue exists is just scaremongering. Besides, the people who think differently to me are abusing their technology, falling for Samsung's marketing hype, have failed to spend the required £2,000 on their TV, they're big stupid dumbos and they probably smell".

Like I said - you're embarrassing yourself. It's entertaining but a little bit sad too. Just let people buy what suits their situation, mate. It's none of your concern and doesn't devalue your lovely OLED.
thekitkatshuffler14/11/2019 19:19

When I said "your" I was talking about the people you were accusing of …When I said "your" I was talking about the people you were accusing of misusing their TV and I chose the lower figure to be gracious to the OLED masses and acknowledge they can be bought for a reasonable price.This is a really difficult conversation to have if you're going to keep acting like a 12 year old. It's kind of upsetting that your comprehension level is this low, given that I'm assuming you're a fully grown adult."Yeah, well, you might say that but I've never had a problem and therefore any suggestion that the issue exists is just scaremongering. Besides, the people who think differently to me are abusing their technology, falling for Samsung's marketing hype, have failed to spend the required £2,000 on their TV, they're big stupid dumbos and they probably smell".Like I said - you're embarrassing yourself. It's entertaining but a little bit sad too. Just let people buy what suits their situation, mate. It's none of your concern and doesn't devalue your lovely OLED.


You're the one who is being immature.

Let's end this here - you know OLEDs offer a superior 'picture' (a priority for a TV, I'm sure you'll agree) but you are either too soft, too poor, or too tight fisted to buy one.

I KNOW you would love one, so please stop being so bitter towards fortunate people such as myself who are enjoying one already.
ezzer7214/11/2019 19:25

You're the one who is being immature.Let's end this here - you know OLEDs …You're the one who is being immature.Let's end this here - you know OLEDs offer a superior 'picture' (a priority for a TV, I'm sure you'll agree) but you are either too soft, too poor, or too tight fisted to buy one.I KNOW you would love one, so please stop being so bitter towards fortunate people such as myself who are enjoying one already.


And there you go, once again the OLED “master race” going down the “you can’t afford it” route even though anyone buying this could easily afford TWO OLED tv’s

Might be time for you to stop contaminating EVERY thread relating to QLED tvs? I’ve not seen you so passionate on non QLED LCD deals? You don’t like them, we get it, but you’re so bias it’s beyond weird, it’s a television FFS not your wife, there’s no need to be so protective
Edited by: "frakison" 16th Nov 2019
frakison16/11/2019 11:19

And there you go, once again the OLED “master race” going down the “you can …And there you go, once again the OLED “master race” going down the “you can’t afford it” route even though anyone buying this could easily afford TWO OLED tv’s Might be time for you to stop contaminating EVERY thread relating to QLED tvs? I’ve not seen you so passionate on non QLED LCD deals? You don’t like them, we get it, but you’re so bias it’s beyond weird, it’s a television FFS not your wife, there’s no need to be so protective


The affordability option was one of three - why did you single that out?

I said it was one of three reasons, and I’m in no doubt that I’m correct about that.

And I also was referring to OLED, not this - you have stated in other threads that you may buy a lesser version of QLED if the price is right on Black Friday, so no way are you in the market for this deal.

Once again, I don’t dislike QLEDs (that would be weird) I just think they are dreadful value, and Samsung are charging way too much for the alleged tech.

Again, you’d definitely love an OLED, but one of my 3 options is stopping you buying.
ezzer7216/11/2019 11:32

The affordability option was one of three - why did you single that out?I …The affordability option was one of three - why did you single that out?I said it was one of three reasons, and I’m in no doubt that I’m correct about that.And I also was referring to OLED, not this - you have stated in other threads that you may buy a lesser version of QLED if the price is right on Black Friday, so no way are you in the market for this deal.Once again, I don’t dislike QLEDs (that would be weird) I just think they are dreadful value, and Samsung are charging way too much for the alleged tech.Again, you’d definitely love an OLED, but one of my 3 options is stopping you buying.


Because it’s the most pathetic and well used OLED warrior retort. As for your assumption of the “three reasons”, as usual, you’re way off the mark. I am looking for a new TV, I am considering QLED, but seeing as I have also said in previous posts that I had the Q7 and the Sony 9005 on price match at JL, I’d say I’m far from decided. You're right that this DEAL isn’t for me as I have no use for the phone, but if I see the Q9 for the £1200 - £1400 I might bite. I started with the Q6, then moved to the Q7 and then wobbled as I thought the Q8 might be a better choice, so moving to the Q9 is not out of the question.

I have also said in previous posts that I’m swayed from OLED as screen burn IS an issue, despite your insistence,. This isn’t “being soft”, it’s having the intelligence to see that if a manufacturer can’t guarantee against it, it’s a risk I can do without, I don’t want to be faffing around putting “refresh TV” notes around the house and hovering over the kids when they’re watching TV. LCDs are a good option and if you buy right, they are far from a rip off, what you’re unable (or unwilling) to understand is that there are pros and cons to both, there is no “right” choice.
Edited by: "frakison" 16th Nov 2019
frakison16/11/2019 11:49

I have also said in previous posts that I’m swayed from OLED as screen b …I have also said in previous posts that I’m swayed from OLED as screen burn IS an issue, despite your insistence,. This isn’t “being soft”, it’s having the intelligence to see that if a manufacturer can’t guarantee against it, it’s a risk I can do without, I don’t want to be faffing around putting “refresh TV” notes around the house and hovering over the kids when they’re watching TV. LCDs are a good option and if you buy right, they are far from a rip off


So there you go - probably a combination of being too soft (worrying about something that is highly unlikely to happen) and being too tight, because you probably want a decade out of it, and are worried about longevity.

There is no reason to leave notes etc., you are falling for the hype, created by other worriers, as opposed to OLED owners - the Web is full of it.

Many LCDs are great value, I have a 55” Samsung in another room and it’s a brilliant telly, but it was around £450...

In a nutshell, you are prepared to pay £1400 for a telly that should be £700-£800, purely because burn in rumours terrify you.
ezzer7216/11/2019 11:57

So there you go - probably a combination of being too soft (worrying about …So there you go - probably a combination of being too soft (worrying about something that is highly unlikely to happen) and being too tight, because you probably want a decade out of it, and are worried about longevity.There is no reason to leave notes etc., you are falling for the hype, created by other worriers, as opposed to OLED owners - the Web is full of it.Many LCDs are great value, I have a 55” Samsung in another room and it’s a brilliant telly, but it was around £450...In a nutshell, you are prepared to pay £1400 for a telly that should be £700-£800, purely because burn in rumours terrify you.


Too soft for understanding basic risk/reward, yeah, OK mate? Too tight and wanting a decade out of a TV despite looking to upgrade a perfectly good NU8000 that I’ve had since January? Want to try again?

Its coming over that you have buyers remorse, you NEED to get everyone on your side and it’s getting a bit desperate. You post on every QLED thread, but never have only seen anyone thank you or even agree with you other than your OLED warrior buddy ‘Baldy’.

if you want it in simple terms, no one cares about what you have and no one thinks you’re a god because you bought into a different technology that will soon be redundant anyway... if the screen holds out a couple more years that i
frakison16/11/2019 13:02

Its coming over that you have buyers remorse, you NEED to get everyone on …Its coming over that you have buyers remorse, you NEED to get everyone on your side and it’s getting a bit desperate.


Haha, that is quality!

Let’s be honest here, practically everyone desires an OLED TV (that’s not my imagination, just look how super hot any sensibly priced ones get on here). Some of us are ‘brave’ enough to go for it, and others, such as yourself, pay over the odds for an inferior product, because you are scared.

That’s the part that drives me mad. It’s like paying £2,000 to go to Benidorm instead of £1,000 to go to the Bahamas, because the flight is shorter so less chance of crashing
ezzer7216/11/2019 13:12

Haha, that is quality! Let’s be honest here, practically everyone d …Haha, that is quality! Let’s be honest here, practically everyone desires an OLED TV (that’s not my imagination, just look how super hot any sensibly priced ones get on here). Some of us are ‘brave’ enough to go for it, and others, such as yourself, pay over the odds for an inferior product, because you are scared.That’s the part that drives me mad. It’s like paying £2,000 to go to Benidorm instead of £1,000 to go to the Bahamas, because the flight is shorter so less chance of crashing


Brave or stupid? Unfortunately for you, undeniable statistics prove you have no clue what you’re talking about.... not that we need statistics to evidence that, your posts are full of misinformation and bias. It still makes me laugh that you keep saying LCDs are overpriced, but you also said in another (QLED thread you crashed into), that OLED is a “cash cow” for LG, which to anyone with an ounce of sense means that they are ripping you off and YOU may be the mug who paid £1500 for a £500 TV. Oh yeah, you already civered this with your scientifically evidenced “it’s common knowledge that OLED tvs are expensive to make”, I think the bloke down the pub agreed with you

I think that if your TV was as good as you keep saying, you’d watch it more and stop trolling threads you have no interest in? Clearly your device/PC has a better screen than your OLED
Edited by: "frakison" 16th Nov 2019
frakison16/11/2019 13:28

Brave or stupid? Unfortunately for you, undeniable statistics prove you …Brave or stupid? Unfortunately for you, undeniable statistics prove you have no clue what you’re talking about.... not that we need statistics to evidence that, your posts are full of misinformation and bias. It still makes me laugh that you keep saying LCDs are overpriced, but you also said in another (QLED thread you crashed into), that OLED is a “cash cow” for LG, which to anyone with an ounce of sense means that they are ripping you off and YOU may be the mug who paid £1500 for a £500 TV. Oh yeah, you already civered this with your scientifically evidenced “it’s common knowledge that OLED tvs are expensive to make”


I’m not going around in circles with you anymore, you are talking utter rubbish.

Which undeniable statistics are you talking about?

Yes, OLED is a cash cow for LG - they are the only company who can successfully make large screen versions of it, and they are selling millions of them, fully deserve to do so.

I accept that they make a profit, they’re a business, but answer this honestly;

LG OLED 65” at around £1,800
Samsung LCD (but with made up moniker attached) 55” at around £1,600

Which company is making the largest profit? Answer honestly, or go away.

OLED DOES cost more to produce, nothing to do with the bloke in the pub - it’s that difficult in fact, that Samsung can’t manage it (I’m talking big screens) so their tactic - add a similar name to LCD sets, to confuse people, then set about scaremongering against OLEDs (10 year burn in warranty anyone?).

Enjoy Benidorm bro
ezzer7216/11/2019 13:38

I’m not going around in circles with you anymore, you are talking utter r …I’m not going around in circles with you anymore, you are talking utter rubbish.Which undeniable statistics are you talking about?Yes, OLED is a cash cow for LG - they are the only company who can successfully make large screen versions of it, and they are selling millions of them, fully deserve to do so.I accept that they make a profit, they’re a business, but answer this honestly;LG OLED 65” at around £1,800Samsung LCD (but with made up moniker attached) 55” at around £1,600Which company is making the largest profit? Answer honestly, or go away.OLED DOES cost more to produce, nothing to do with the bloke in the pub - it’s that difficult in fact, that Samsung can’t manage it (I’m talking big screens) so their tactic - add a similar name to LCD sets, to confuse people, then set about scaremongering against OLEDs (10 year burn in warranty anyone?).Enjoy Benidorm bro


Ahhh, can’t win so resort to school ground tactics! Well I’m an adult, so forgive me if this is not 100% right...... enjoy your screen burn on your £500 TV bro
frakison16/11/2019 14:00

Ahhh, can’t win so resort to school ground tactics! Well I’m an adult, so f …Ahhh, can’t win so resort to school ground tactics! Well I’m an adult, so forgive me if this is not 100% right...... enjoy your screen burn on your £500 TV bro


I’ve already won, I am enjoying the ultimate TV experience, whilst you are dithering about buying a marginally better TV than the one you already have.

I noticed you didn’t answer the simple question that I set you?

Samsung are having a right laugh at the likes of yourself
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