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LG OLED65C9PTA 65" OLED AI THINQ SMART TV $3127.50 + $65 Delivered @ Appliance Central eBay

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Bargain Deal! I think this is the one of the lowest price I've seen but obviously some people have scored this sub 3k (wow). Too bad I'm not ready to buy yet.

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Edit I've only recently started searching for a TV but ppl are right there is potentially a better deal given that the CX series is due very soon. Sub 2.7k maybe? Fingers crossed.

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    Good deal for someone needing to purchase ASAP, but unfortunately nowhere near the pricing it was around Black Friday/Boxing Day.

    I highly doubt it will go on special again until EOFY when they need to flush stock before the inevitable C10/B10 replaces it.

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      disagree think it will go under $3k soon, not worth paying these prices when you can get the Panasonic for $2595/$2678 atm

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        Possibly, I am doubtful, but you never know. Generally there aren't that many big sales between now and EOFY. But retailers did complain that sales were quite poor over December. We may indeed see another big sale, possibly around Easter.

        • +1 vote

          will just take a 20% off eBay deal by tgg, bing lee or appliance central, wouldn't be paying these prices

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          Possible opportunities for sales between now and EOFY:
          - Australia day long weekend (Jan)
          - Chinese new year (Jan)
          - Easter (April)
          - Mothers day (May)

  • +6 votes

    Bargain deal? It was $2796 from good guys in December, using gift cards I got it for $2600 delivered. That's a bargain, this is above typical discount price right?

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/product/lg-oled65c9pta

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    @OP, Thank you Very Much for posting.
    Btw, I believe the price should be $3127.50 (not $3172.50) :)

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    Makes for a awesome monitor. C9 will have gsync enabled soon enough.

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      It already does, but if you're hesitant, this breaks down why the next model is probably worth waiting for.

      The 48" CX seems like the buy when it moves the November-January part of the pricing cycle. Might get as low as $1000.

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        CX seems to only have a slightly better processor and some software features for motion (which most have off especially for gaming). Only if you need freesync over gsync. CX will prob come out at around the $4500 mark hey.

        • -1 vote

          I'm failing to see how you can completely discount 120 Hz BFI, granular BFI, and the option of 4k120Hz support via HDMI 2.0 as not being valuable to many people.

          The Alpha9 Gen 3 processor is also extremely useful for content when used as a standalone streaming device, including AV1. I'd also be interested to see if the chip can somewhat correct for text issues and colour issues that will occur while using 4:2:0 Chroma subsampling. Certainly text should be able to be made quite clear.

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            @jasswolf: WHat will be 120hz4k over hdmi 2.0 and not support it over 2.1? Who will actually use it past maybe .5% of people

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              @onlinepred: Everyone using it as a monitor until they can get their hands on next-gen NVIDIA or Navi. Otherwise, they'll need to get their hands on a HDMI 2.1 to DP 1.4a DSC converter, which will likely be powered and perhaps cost triple figures.

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                @jasswolf: Everyone using a 65" OLED as a gaming monitor on their $2k+ PC gaming rig while sitting 2-3 metres away from their monitor? That has to be at least 2 people in Australia.

                I mean it could be my ignorance, but I prefer to PC game on my widescreen monitor rather than my 65" oled tv.

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                  @onlinepred:

                  The 48" CX seems like the buy when it moves the November-January part of the pricing cycle. Might get as low as $1000.

                  That's the same pixel density as a 24" FHD monitor.

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                    @jasswolf: I'm not disputing pixel density. I'm disputing PC gamers using 65" OLED TV's as monitors, the ones that have rigs capable of 4k120hz that is. 48" maybe for some types of gamers, 65" no way. I use the 65" for ps4 as I can sit back and use a controller, I use my PC for mouse/keyboard games where I need to look and concentrate, and looking and squinting at a 65" tv 3 metres away to see the tiny details required to play a game is not comfortable at all. I much prefer wide screen, and I think most gamers do too. And for that, a 48" 16:9 TV will not be comparable. This is all based on assumptions and only personal experience with gamers/friends etc.

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                      @onlinepred: You've not only severely underestimated current GPU performance at the top end (and incoming future performance, which will be almost double), you've also completely misunderstood the discussion you've walked into, which was about using an OLED as a monitor.

                      I'll leave it there.

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    You've missed all the good deals for TVs.

    Black friday / Christmas has always been the time to buy TVs.

    You'll pick up the new model CX cheap then.

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    Best to wait until End Feb sales.

  • +3 votes

    All the major retailers just dropped their price for 65” C9 to $3495. Hopefully there will be a decent 20% soon

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