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LG NANO95 75" 8K TV $3789 ($1,710 off) @ Myer

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I bought this TV about 6 months ago now from the good guys for $4,800… im shattered to see the price down to $3,789.

Its a great tv if anyone is looking to get into 8k to futureproof.

It also has 120hz for the ps5 and series x on all 4 HDMI ports

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  • +1 vote

    Fix title. Put price in title, as per posting guidelines

    Assume you don't have a 28 degree master card with price protection?

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      Thanks, I realised what I had done as soon as I posted it. Should be fixed now.

      I have no idea, I bought with Visa, so very unlikely

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        Check your card, few other cards have price protection too.

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    Nice. But I barely can find 8k clips to be watched.

    • +1 vote

      Yeah, there's nothing right now.

      But I bought it so that I won't need to upgrade for like 10 years (as long as the tv lasts that long)

      • +14 votes

        Some people with rear projection TVs had the same logic

      • +5 votes

        I still have a 1080p TV and still don't feel the need to upgrade.

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          Same I've had a Bravia 1080p for around 5 years.. but feel compelled to upgrade because I've got next gen consoles and I'm not taking advantage of all the resolution and goodies

    • +2 votes

      only advantage to the 8K versions is the better processor which i believe then gives you HDMI 2.1 across all ports at full speed, also the saving here will allow you to have 50% of a 3090 card for "8k Gaming" LOLLL

      • +1 vote

        Im not sure which port is which… but it's

        2x 48gbs hdmi 2.1
        2x 40gbs hdmi 2.1

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          awesome! .. thanks for the info :) i think its a good price to get 4 2.1 HDMI's without compromises or issue's… :) there's definitely a big premium here but thanks for the post Chukka!

      • -1 vote

        Not sure why you're being snarky mate.

        With Ray tracing especially, it's going to be a very long time before 120hz 4k is standard on PCs let alone consoles.

        Therefore if he wants to future proof then he's done it.

        • -1 vote

          snarky about what? a 3090 doing 8K gaming? you've lost me sorry.

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            @scud70: Nevermind I was in bed and my English comprehension failed haha :(
            I agree with your other post.

            I have an x9500G. Very happy with it and needed to buy a TV at the time. If I was able to hold out longer I could've snagged a TV with HDMI 2.1 and called it a day.
            Like you say, it's a premium but fullspeed HDMI 2.1 on all ports means you won't have any issues going forward!

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              @hotpants: For gaming it's a bummer but a lot of TV's (outside of LG's OLEDS) are far from perfect HDMI 2.1 wise, but as a TV for movies etc you have a better TV :)

  • +29 votes

    Future proof = wallet poor for nothing

  • +8 votes

    Yeah I would probably take down the future proof in the description. This is technology - onward and upward.

  • +2 votes

    Thing with TVs nowadays, at least in my experience, is they fail about 5-7 years in. They don't seem to be made to the same quality that they were years ago. Not worth future proofing in my opinion, just wait until the tech is cheaper and buy it then.

    • +13 votes

      Said nobody with a Japanese Panasonic plasma 😅

      The good ol' days of 2008-2012

      • +3 votes

        Yup.

        I still don't see the need to upgrade my 65VT60. Bought it in 2014, still amazed by the Black levels and colours.

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          Got the 55VT60, and apart from maybe appreciating a few extra inches which I don't have room for yet, I am in the same boat. Also I watch 3d bluray so no modern TV will do, probably have to get a projector next

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      i agree theres no point future proofing- there will be some new technology in 5- 7 years on like virtual etc , just get a decent one for your needs- if watching tv no more 1000-1500 id say, after a while you don't really notice the difference in pixels or you get use to it

      • +1 vote

        I said that in 2014 when I bought my 4k Samsung JS9000…. things haven't changed much since then, if anything the JS9000 is better than current tvs

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          I bought the Samsung TV from 2013 hu9000.
          What a pain, after a few years of use, the software became very slow. They also released Tizen and decided to stop supporting the previous software.
          I upgraded the one connect box and it was even slower, just to change channel I would have to wait a few seconds! What a piece of garbage! Anything to push you upgrade TV after a few years of use.

          But I guess you can say at least it didn't break.

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            @ValouSydney: Yeah JS9000 has tizen, I do hate the one connect box though and the tv is pretty laggy when it's first turned on

            But the picture quality is amazing

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            @ValouSydney: Software is not an issue - always buy a TV for picture quality.
            The Software is easily replaced / upgrades - think Apple TV / Nvidia Sheilds.
            For me I bought an OLED 5 years ago, don't regret it at all, best TV quality even to this day.

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      Agreed. My 'futureproofed' Sony from 2008 died in 2014 lol

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        Lucky you are. Mine Sony died in this October, not 4 years old yet.

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          That's ACL claim time frames I reckon

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    If you're budget was $5K I would have gone for the OLED instead of Nano Cell as Nana cell is supposedly an enhancement to LED similar to QLED

    • +1 vote

      OP wants a TV lasting a long time, wouldn’t recommend OLED due to eventual burn in issues.

      • -1 vote

        Can you please elaborate on the burn in of oled?
        My friend has Samsung galaxy S still in use, the first one, yet to see any burn in.
        Burn in of oled is overhyped and doesn’t exist for regular consumers unless the panel is lowest grade which rarely any manufacturer will use.

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          https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL_Lv84oYYLR9UzvBeoYhEGp5...

          Pretty good talk about it with live tests of 1 year from rtings.

          ps im not a tv expert just been doing a lot of research. Layman wise looks like for most people it wouldnt be an issue.

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          Have had my LG OLED since 2015 and never had a burn-in issue, still kicking on strong.
          Still get comments from friends and family how amazing the quality of the picture is. Worth every $2,100 dollars.

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            @massafiri: The rtings link is good but they are no experts/high tech developers and they are just doing testings which don’t reflect real world. For such a heavy duty cycle there are different categories of commercial panels used outdoors and as signages etc. In real world and at-least for a decade the current OLED panels in consumer TV or cellphones alike won’t burn in until and unless thoroughly abused(even LCD LED QLED ULED screens burn in with abuse).

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      Can’t get a 75” OLED for that price. It’d be way smaller.

  • +2 votes

    Future proof?
    But the HDR performance isn’t even great by current standards…

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      So: bad explanation, good price.

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    Tru Motion 100 only

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    Is this stack with 17% shopback cashback ?

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      No, TV's are excluded unfortunately

  • +4 votes

    Buying new tech is never completely future proofing - you're essentially buying the most primitive form of the new tech. Good that this tv does 60hz at 8k, though - makes it less likely to be a problem.

  • +1 vote

    Would you be able to notice a difference in quality between 4K and 8k at this size?

    There’s minimal 4K content. I can’t see why anyone would look into 8k. Might be fine for your needs, but I’d prefer an OLED RV at this price point.

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      Depends on your viewing distance.

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    Isn't qled better than nano tech?

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      Yeh seems to be overall based on rtings reviews :)

  • +1 vote

    Alert to interested buyers:

    I ordered one before Christmas. Found the panel was damaged on delivery. Tried to get a replacement but was told there was only one in QLD which is the damaged one. So have to accept refund.

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    Sorry but 'LCD' and future proofing makes no sense. I would love to see Plasma make a come back even if it's 'just' 4K.

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    Anyone know how I mark this is out of stock? Lol

    I figured it out… have to click expired…

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    Looking for a good deal on 85"…

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      Good guys hisense s8 $2495?

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    I mean, we all know it's gonna be 3300 come March and 2800 come EOFY sale. So the only future proofing you are doing is locking in your losses today…. just wait until LG releases their 8k mini leds TVs this year…