Original Coupon Deal
Lowest I have seen for 77" A9G. Still not sure whether to pull the trigger or not.
Pull it! PULL IT!
Don’t do it. I got one. Sent it back.
Why what happened?
Great picture. I just found it was too dim even for OLED standards.
If you have a really dark room grab it.
But that money. You could a 2020 LG CX 77.
1 year newer. HDMI 2.1.
I recently picked on up from TGG.
If you want my receipt. Inbox me.
Happy to help try get you that price if you are serious.
Can you please send it to me. Thanks
Please PM me the receipt if possible
I'd be interested how much as it
I paid $5995
@InLaymansTerms: I think it's out of stock everywhere with the new C1 due out in 3 weeks
@Yorkshire-Man: Where have you seen the release date? I can't even find anything about Australian pricing.
@cykezero: Pricing on C1
@cykezero: Thanks! Damn no deets on the 83" but guessing it looks likely well over $10k
@InLaymansTerms: I have a new unopened CX77”
Sitting in a storage locker.
Purchased less than 4 weeks ago.
Just putting this out there, would anyone want to buy it off me.
I might get the C1.
Same price I paid $5999
Just seeing if anyone is keen.
Located in South Sydney.
Agree with you. OLED is really meant for home theatre rooms but they wanted to capitalise on sales so marketed it as all use, which it isn't. Super glossy screen which mirrors all reflections so during the day time it's nothing special and waste of money if you can't use its strengths. Even in a dark room if you've had a high end bright LCD you'll definitely be missing the vibrancy and pop of the picture but OLED has amazing contrast and depth of picture. Just need to decide what kind you prefer. Probably be waiting years and years until you can have the best of both worlds
@Monstalova: ^^ this
@Monstalova: If you want the best of both worlds buy the full array Sony zg9 or this years zj9, I’ve got a Panasonic dx900 (full array 512 zones) and it’s a better tv than my Panasonic oled.
@sony9000e: That's the problem. Z9G is $10K on clearance price. It still has minor blooming for very small highlights but mostly its very black. If watching at a slight angle blooming is worse. Even though they have the wide angle viewing, it lessens the contrast by a lot and still has picture washout from the sides. Its 4000 nits with the same dimming zones as the Z9D, which had 2000 nits. You do the math… ive got the x930e which is the same brightness but less dimming zones. Amazing picture but there is some blooming here and there. You have to compromise no matter what you have.
Take the shot Captain!
This is last gen, should be able to get a similar size CX for same money.
Edit: see https://pselectronic.com.au/shop/tv-home-entertainment/lg-77...
12 month warranty.
Don’t be fooled.
According to the listing just carton damaged, who cares.
Not even last gen, its 2gens ago.
Sony OLED TVs are overpriced and underwhelming on features. Given the option again I would not buy one and should have gone the LG.
There's not much difference between LG and Sony OLEDs. Just some small processing differences. It does seem that Sony have a much better percentage of cleaner panels though. LG make the panels so can sell it cheaper, Sony buys it from them so obviously have to pay a higher price which is passed on to the customer
Does it worth? almost 6k for a TV
it is either this or X9000H on this deal, forgetting OLED
Yes well reported the Sony OLEDs are a bit dim, depending on use case.
If you're spending $6k on a tv why would you not a wait 2-3 months for the 2021 LG and Sony OLEDs.
$1-2k more for a brighter OLED panel is worth it
Personally I would go for 85" LED + some awesome audio kit over this.
And still have money left over.
$6000 for a TV. Hand back your OzBargain licence please.
It’s Ozbargain not Ozascetic.
I almost got this during black Friday for about $180 more but had my hard limit at $6k. I won't get it now, the new OLEDs should be here soon and I'm hoping to get the 83" one. Just wish Sony and LG would release their pricing and availability dates already!
10 to 12k
That's my guess as well. Hopefully on the lower end but unlikely given the price difference with the US on the 77".
I might go with mini led. Oled is not bright enough for normal well lit sitting room