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Panasonic 65" GZ1000U OLED $2587 C&C/+ Delivery @ VideoPro/Appliance Central eBay | $2595 (Delivered Melb) @ ApplianceWorld eBay

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VideoPro & Appliance Central $2677.5 at AC & $2587 at VP C&C/+ delivery, use code PREPARE

Appliance World eBay $2595 free delivery Melb metro use code PUNNET (Need eBay Plus membership)

Credit to superforvever for seeing the price drop at Appliance central last night

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  • +10 votes

    Ahh man every price drop weakens my self-control

  • +5 votes

    $3,167.50 for a C9 65" not good enough :(

    • +1 vote

      I thought this is quite good, is C9 better than this?

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        Apparently it is pretty close. However, LG TV's have a license for Atmos sound in Netflix, are better for gaming and the OS is meant to be better.

      • +1 vote

        Overall yes but the Panasonic will probably have slightly better colour and white point accuracy out of the box , pre calibration. If you were only really watching bluray movies you might prefer this over the LG.

        No HDMI 2.1 which isn't a huge deal now but if you like gaming will be important in the near future.

      • +1 vote

        The Panasonic will be better out of the box and probably won’t need calibration. The c9 is better for gamers but screen burn is more likely than it is with the Panasonic. If you are more impressed with lifelike colours and overall picture quality then the Panasonic would be my recommendation.

          • +9 votes

            @hppart: No I don’t work for Panasonic and never have. I have however owned a few Panasonic tvs: a VT60 plasma and a DX900 FALD led- I still have this one and it’s amazing). I
            Cannot speak highly enough about both of those fantastic televisions. I’ve also owned LG and Sony tvs and currently still own a pioneer 8th gen Kuro. I’d like to think I know a little bit about tvs
            I always read as many reviews (from reputable reviewers) as I can before I splash my hard earned on a new tv. HDTV test, avforums, flat panels HD plus a few others are the ones I trust most. ALL OF THEM rate the gz series oleds from Panasonic very very highly, professional calibration experts almost universally agree that Panasonic oleds are better than Sony and LG oleds. But don’t take a strangers word for anything, do some in depth research on the various oleds out there atm and come to your own conclusion.

          • +3 votes

            @hppart: I have the c9 and I still disagree with your comments.
            C9 can’t possible have darker blacks than another oled since the pixel completely switches off in oled.
            I don’t think they sound like a Panasonic fanboy at all. However, the same can’t be said for you with your LG following.
            I chose the c9 because of reviews and the fact it has hdmi 2.1 preparing for next gen gaming . But it’s common known fact that lg aren’t as good as Sony or Panasonic with their image processing unless you calibrate it well. Out of the box the Panasonic is superior in tv and movie viewing. And with HDR10+ it can view all 3 formats of HDR. Whereas the lg does 2

  • +6 votes

    Patiently waiting for a C9 deal. Hope price drops heaps once the 2020 models start rolling out.

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      Same mate. There hasn't been a deal since boxing day. Before this there were deals every couple of day, how annoying.

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    Thoughts on this vs B9 vs C9?

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      C9 & Panasonic are pretty neck & neck more personal preference, c9 better for gaming, pana better for movies going by comments here, wouldn't touch the B9 unless the price is way below what C9 was selling, lg has cheapened alot of their tv models, time to send a FU & dont buy unless the price is right.. just my opinion..

    • +1 vote

      Avoid the B9 unless it’s all your budget will allow. Out of the box picture quality is not great.
      The C9 is great for gaming provided you’re not concerned about screen burn.
      The Panasonic is the best choice for fta tv, streaming-Netflix/amazon etc and watching blu rays.
      The picture quality out of the box from Panasonic is way better than the B9 and slightly better than the C9.

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        Might be comparing apples with oranges - but what about this vs the Sony x9500g?

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          Definitely apples and oranges, but the Sony x9500g is a very good FALD led tv. It has excellent colour reproduction and has Sony’s best chip- the x1 ultimate processor so it can handle 4K HDR with ease. I I have a Sony x9000e and am happy with it. The x9500g is a decent step up from the x9000e so you should be very happy with one of those.

      • -1 vote

        what screen burn? rtings have tested this and have shown no screen burn. Have you done your research or are you just going by personal experience/ preferences?

        • -1 vote

          Mate, seriously? Keep your ignorant comments to yourself. As you clearly own an LG OLED, congrats. They are nice TV's and offer peak visual performance. That doesn't mean that they are above criticism though as you seem intent on convincing everyone here. Pretty immature.

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    I paid 3k for this in December @jbhifi can I claim price protection via 28 degrees for eBay prices?

  • +1 vote

    You're all over it Roguewolf! Thanks for posting some legitimate TV bargains.

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    Panasonic customer service for warranties or out of warranties is terrible. I will never buy Panasonic again.

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      Care to elaborate?

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        Long dragged out wait for a depreciation cheque. Part of wait is not knowing they collect your faulty tv as part of the process until you question why you haven’t received the cheque - We are talking months!

        Just because it’s a Panasonic or Sony, don’t expect it to last much over 4 years. That’s when mine died. What you do expect is decent customer service. You don’t get that with Panasonic.

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    Costco has this for $2699.98 if you live outside delivery zones. This price was @Costco Adelaide. Not sure if it's nationwide but should be.

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    People keep saying this isn’t as good as the C9 for gaming. Why is that? I am concerned about playing my Nintendo Switch on a 65 inch.

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      If you just using a Switch then there is no need to worry.

      C9 is seen as the best gaming TV as it supports the latest HDMI Standard 2.1, which includes some features are very desirable for PC Gamers and the next Gen Consoles (we think - not yet confirmed)

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    I went into Harvey’s to see it in real life but they only had the 55 inch on display. It was playing Wonder Woman and I actually thought the picture looked quite grainy/overly sharp compared to other tvs in the shop. I know it’s not an accurate gauge of how it will look in ones living room, but it didn’t excite me.

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      overly sharp compared to other tvs in the shop

      OLED is like that, colour always brighter than the real, may need calibration

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