expired LG OLED65C9PTA 65" OLED AI ThinQ Smart TV $3560 | OLED55C9PTA 55" $2120 + Delivery @ Appliance Central eBay

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OLED55C9PTA LG 55INCH OLED AI THINQ SMART TV

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    Dang finally cheaper than I bought it for, although I have really enjoyed having this TV the last 3 months!

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    I'm getting a "this code can't be added to your order"

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    Ahh, I see you have one of those newfangled OLED AI THING?

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    @OP, Thank you Very Much for posting this. Btw, I believe the 55" should be $2650-20%=$2120 & not $2160 :)

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    Best price to date, I just ordered the 55". Thank you for the post, OP!

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    Thanks OP. Ordered a 65"; very excited…

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    Does HDMI 2.1's VRR work on anything, or does the device outputting to it has to support it?

    I.e. Is it like a freesync that works on everything you throw at it or does the playback device (e.g. console) need to inherently support it?

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    use a card with price protection to be covered for future price drops

    Let’s say 28 degrees, esentially forfeiting 2000+ rewards points for the possible price drops. How long is the period for this price guarantee… as TVs are meant to drop eventually anyway in the longer term.

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      28deg covered up to $1000 for 12months

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        And will that include matching a sale price in a Black Friday or Boxing Day clearance for example?

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      How much is 2000 rewards points worth in real dollars? I doubt it will be worth as much as the price drops which I guarantee will happen because of the annual refresh cycle of TVs and most electronics.

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    Plus $50 off with shopback (capped)

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    Does 28D price protection cover eBay?

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    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/65PX-Hisense-OLED-TV-4K/27392149...

    Hisense 65px 3 year warranty for $2100 delivered ????

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    They restocked the 55". Just made a purchase. Thanks OP!

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    I got mine today and its brilliant. I had the C8 that I purchased for $2500 after a deal popped up on here a few months ago… it died so they replaced it with 2019 C9 65" today! Score.

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    $1,440 for ten inches. Most expensive ten inches I've ever had!

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    What is the real world difference between this and the B8 I have now? I’m tempted to add a smaller C9 (55 inch) to the TV fleet at home but not sure if I should just wait for a B8 to pop up at $500 less.

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    My only concern is LG TVs don't support both HDR10+ and Dolby Vision like the Panasonic and Samsung TVs because although I'm sure Dolby Vision will become the standard much like Blu-ray and HD DVD at this price range I wouldn't feel comfortable picking one over the other.

    What do you guys think?

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      Samsung doesn't support dolby vision. Only Panasonic supports both.

      I'd never buy a premium TV without dolby vision right now since it's the clear standard and has much, much more content. There's hardly any HDR10+ content.

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    Awesome price, I've just picked up the 65" for $3,600 incl. Sydney delivery and the 55" for $2,150 incl. Sydney delivery. Replacing two old plasma's, can't wait!
    BTW the PUFFIN code through Ebay Plus worked straight away without any problems.

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    Anyone got a suggestion on the best wall mounting bracket and best soundbar to suit the 65" C9 and 55" C9?

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      i have a sonos beam but i havent tried it yet with the C9

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        got C9 65 delivered today. will let you know how setup goes when i install it this weekend. My setup is sonos beam and two sonos ones

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          all good. love the new TV. very easy with magic remote to switch sound to ARC. I actually find that the internal speakers are really good anyway.

          But when I add in my two sonos ones, Ill prob use beam when watching a movie or sport.

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      Had my 65" and 55" delivered today, the day after I 'added to cart'. This is definitely the best deal going around and couldn't be happier :-)

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    Thanks op. Picked up a 65" to upgrade my 55" c7

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    Hi guys, I still have a tv from like 10 years ago, would you guys recommend this as an upgrade? The price seems good vs other retailers like harvey norman, etc.

    Should I look into the last generation b8/c8 maybe? Any comparisons or information between the old and new (b8/c8 vs c9) from knowledgeable people would be appreciated, thanks!

    (Still tossing up between 55 and 65)

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      if you can still find the B8 id go for it. if you want all the latest bells and whistles go for c9.

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      Dolby Vision and HDMI 2.1 are two big improvements, the screen is brighter too. I'm not sure if it's worth the ~$1500 extra though

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      Agree with the comments from shavo30 and enricoshanchez: while the C9 represents a not insubstantial improvement from the B8, it is fair to say that the improvement, for most consumers, is marginal. Particularly having regard to the fact that many of the features on the C9 that are not on the B8 cannot be widely enjoyed at this time as most manufacturers (and content creators) are yet to take full advantage of HDMI2.1, eARC, etc.

      The reality is, though, that you will struggle to find stock of the B8. I recently did a call around to pretty much every retailer I could think of in metropolitan Melbourne and no retailers had boxed stock of the B8 (other areas/states may be different). A small handful had ex-display models, but for reasons that are explained on any OzB posts about ex-display OLED 'deals', the B8 is not a good candidate for buying on an ex-display basis. Search 'OLED burn in' and you will see what I mean. 'Rtings' recently made a video about the topic which is helpful for those considering ex-display models because they ran the tester TVs non-stop for a number of hours per day - not quite representative of regular home usage, but quite a good proxy for TVs in bricks and mortar retailers.

      After much weighing up between this and the B8, I ultimately pulled the trigger on this deal for the C9. This is by far the best price I have seen, and I'm convinced that the features that this model sports over the B8 will help the C9 stand the test of time.

      (Thanks OP!)

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    Was just wondering if C9 can be used for casting, like Chromecast

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      i have a chromecast setup with the new C9. all good.

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        Thanks for your response,
        What I meant was that do I need a separate casting device like Chromecast? Apparently the answer is yes. The TV is not able to cast out of the box without the help of an additional device.

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      Depends what you want to cast. Netflix/Stan/Youtube/Plex you can cast directly to. If you have the video file on your phone it's a bit more complicated

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