Great price for a TV with HDMI 2.1 and 4k 120Hz. Perfect for use with Xbox Series X and PS5.
Did the new Austin Evans video make you look for this tv? Must say I did the same….
Just checked, Harvey Norman one was 80 series, which im not sure has 120HZ, so changed to 86 series just in case lol, so damn confusing. I went with a 4k 60hz dell monitor for my Series X
Same price at JB - https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/lg-nano86-series-nanocell...
Is this much better than the disappointing NANO85?
I believe they're both IPS panels, so no.
isn't that the same model just different region?
This or the Sony X9000H?
Sony much better tv
agree with hessels Sony is better
Oled > nanocell
Yup and an extra grand to boot
Got my 55" LG C9 for $1680
"Unobtainable deal", lol. Grats to you for the score
@mrjaytee: My point is that maybe the CX will come down to a similar price by the end of the year. Unfortunately COVID might prevent that.
nanocell = LED
nanonanocell = Mork from Ork in jail.
Cheaper @ VideoPro
So this LG TV is real 4K and not that RGBW rubbish?
What would be RGBW? Never saw anyone talking about it.
I think that's a subpixel arrangement that usually has more space between pixels making them more visible. I'd imagine it's kinda like how people used to complain about pentile AMOLED phones looking less sharp than LCDs with similar resolutions.
Its when the RGB colours have a white tone added (I believe its for brightness) and it washes out all the colours by a significant degree.
So instead of just red you get red + white. Blue you get blue + white etc.
But it probably also impacts on subpixel arrangement because every cluster will have an additional LED light.
subpixel arrangement doesn't typically affect actual resolution but it obviously can significantly alter the appearance.
Review for 85 inches
So the Nano85 is the exact same model as the Nano86?
nano85 is US nano86 is EU/AU
Seems like the x9000h for $100 more is the recommendation