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Panasonic GZ1000U 65" OLED $2678 | RU8000 82" $2565 + Ship @ AC eBay | RU8000 82" $2698 Delivered @ Powerlandau eBay

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Panasonic Price dropped from 2808 to $2678

plus Delivery or C&C at Appliance Central eBay | 82" may be cheaper for some at POWERLANDAU $2698 Delivered

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UA65RU8000WXXY Samsung 8 65" 4K UHD TV $1314
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  • +12 votes

    Good grief, 65" Panny OLED for $2808 is amazing.
    Best of the bunch IMO.

    • +1 vote

      I bought this during Boxing Day for $3000. Cracking deal for this price and I found the upscaling to be much better and natural looking than the LGs which feel a bit patchy with lots of over-sharpening halos. 4K Dolby Vision movies on iTunes look amazing. I think this is comparable if not better than the Sony A8G which is much more expensive.

  • +2 votes

    Agreed with above ..
    Outrageous price for OLED .. Shame I don't need a tv ..

  • +11 votes

    Prepare.
    To keep this Panasonic for at least 10 years,
    and struggle to justify a new one.

    • +2 votes

      The struggle is real with Panny's. I still have a 58" Viera Plasma from over 10 years ago that refuses to give up! :D

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      I read these comments so when my 2010 plasma does finally die I will be ready to buy without having to start from scratch on my research.
      I do wonder if I buy another panasonic it would be fair to expect 10 years use though.

  • +5 votes

    Any tips how to sneak this one pass the Mrs, especially if one bought a panny LCD one last year. Asking for a friend

  • +3 votes

    how does the pana OLED compare to the lg c9???

  • +3 votes

    I also want to know how this one will compare with lg C9

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    Urgh, they don't deliver anything to Tasmania unfortunately.

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    Has anyone ordered a TV from this outfit before? How was the delivery experience? I live in an apartment in inner Melbourne. I'm sure I won't be home at the time they want to deliver it.

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    oof that postage price

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    Just wondering all the links OP posted are from Appliance Central not Powerland.

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    Ah man, tossing up between a 65” OLED like this Panasonic or the 75” Sony X95G … I’m going from a 60” LG LED about 5 years old.. I’d be happy with either one but the Pana for this price is tempting..

    • +1 vote

      OLED will be better than larger led. I have both and OLED is the preferred TV for me.

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      I am struggling with the exact same choice! Which way did you go in the end?

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        It is a tough decision but I’m steering towards the OLED abit more. It’s going to come down to which one I can get for the better price too. I feel as if though there will be less regrets with the OLED purchase over the bigger LED!

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          It certainly is! On the one hand the Pana OLED has OLED (obviously!) and also HDR10+ as well as Dolby Vision, which means you get to back both horses in the HDR landscape. On the other hand the Sony is bigger (and bigger is always better, right!? :) ) but importantly comes with full Android TV (the Pana smart TV implementation is a bit below par from what I have read and heard) but I don't think it supports HDR10+. The local dimming on the X95G is much better than the X85G (which looks a bit washed out) and the brightness of the UHD is slightly higher than the OLED so I feel that the gap to the OLED has closed slightly.

          If it was a decision between both models in the 65" then I do feel the Pana would win out (especially at this price!) but the extra size coupled with Android TV is what is giving me pause. Damn!

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            @orbitalpaul: Oh man, we certainty are on the same boat here. I think if I went the Pana OLED, I would definitely be hooking it up to an Nvidia Shield or ATV 4k to get the most out of the TV. You're right in terms of picture quality, the x95g is seriously a good screen - sometimes i wish it wasn't as good as it is to make the decision a lot easier lol. The LG is definitely more future proof though … but not sure if that means much considering how fast tech moves these days.

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    It was a close call for me between this one and the Sony 65x9500g. While the Sony is an excellent TV, ultimately if you’re a cinema lover you’ll love the contrasty darks. I’d recommend watching the GoT episode the Long Night to really see how awesome dark scenes look on an Oled. If you watch a lot of stuff in brightly lit rooms the Sony maybe a better choice as it gets much brighter than the Panny.

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    I went for the 85" sony X85G with boxing day sake after lengthy smaller but better Oled debate. Glad I went the way I did, as the immersion of big screen is amazing. Picture is excellent and very happy. HDR DV 4k material looks amazing. Wife really likes the extra 30" as well :)

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      I had that discussion with my wife as well the larger q60 82” or the lg c9 oled. She wanted larger, I wanted better. I did win that discussion and now have the beautiful lg in our home. The problem is I already had a 65” in our house and so it didn’t feel like an upgrade for my wife.
      In the end I think you choose what you feel makes you happier.

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      I also bought Sony 75X8500G on boxing day but unfortunately I had to return it for a full refund. It had a very bad backlight bleed/cloudy issues when watching dark scenes of Witcher on Netflix, no comparison to my old LG 65" C7 Oled :-)

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        There is no LCD TV on the market that doesn't have this issue. Believing otherwise is fooling.

        It's really what this discussion comes down to - do you wanna see stuff perfectly, yes or no?

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      Buy the smaller better screen and move the couch a foot closer :)

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    For what it’s worth, I own the 55” variant and the picture is amazing.

    Find the OS and UI quite easy to navigate too.

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    Hopefully in 5 years actual true 4K media will become a thing to finally use these 4K TV's in it's full spec form.

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      There are a fair few really good 4k Blu Ray discs these days. The Nolan Batmen look insane, for instance.

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    Are these made in Japan?

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    Ahh man…. Good price for a decent size OLED… I was thinking to buy a projector and now am in two minds.. :/

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      Even a $1000 LCD TV will have better picture quality than a $10k projector. You don't buy a projector for absolute picture quality but for that cinematic 'holy sh*t' huge screen experience at home.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP. Picked up the GZ1000.

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    I have a Panasonic AX800 58 inch 4k lcd TV hdcp 2.2 no HDR from 2014 Made in Japan.

    It's a beast, I don't see it dying anytime soon. I will buy myself a LG C10 at the end of the year.

    The reason I want a LG C10 and not another Panasonic is because I game on my TV 50% of the time I use it. If I did not play video games I would definitely pick this Panasonic oled up.

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    Oled getting a lot of bad rap recently in media.

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