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LG 8K LED ThinQ AI TV 75" (190cm) 75NANO95 $3300 + Delivery @ Myer

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Not sure if this will be of use to anyone but saw this deal on Myers while searching for tv deals.

Real 8K NanoCell™: NANO Colour, NANO Black, NANO Bezel​
Alpha 9 Gen3 AI Processor 8K: AI Picture Pro, AI Sound Pro, AI 8K Upscaling
ThinQ AI, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Apple Airplay 2, Apple HomeKit, Home Dashboard
Home Cinema Experience: Dolby Vision IQ, Dolby Atmos, FILMMAKER MODE™
A World of Entertainment: Netflix, Apple TV, Disney+, Stan, Amazon Prime, Optus Sport, HGiG, Sports Alert​

For me, delivery came to $75 for inner Sydney.

EDITED:
- Possible price match with Harvey Norman as theirs includes delivery and wall mount installation
- $4670 https://www.harveynorman.com.au/lg-75-inch-nano95-8k-nanocel...

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  • +29 votes

    I know nothing about this model, but a 75inch 8K TV from a well-regarded manufacturer for $3300 (down from $5500) seems an absolute steal!
    (though beware it's on clearance, which reduces opportunities to return it)

    • +6 votes

      What, why would my comment be downvoted!?

      • +10 votes

        was wondering the same thing, take a +!

      • -1 vote

        People are stupid.

    • +1 vote

      Wow strange that it was down voted by so many, have an up vote.

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      I actually came to the comments to see if it was a typo lol - pretty great deal

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    Would be a great deal if HN price match and include wall mount and delivery.

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    No local stock, can delivery or collect from store.

    https://www.t3.com/features/best-8k-tv
    REASONS TO BUY
    +Tons of 8K detail for less
    +All of LG's top-end processing
    +Great webOS software
    REASONS TO AVOID
    -Not as bright as higher-end 8K sets

    Also low contrast ratio I guess.

    Still a very good 8k tv at this price point.

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      +Great webOS software

      Eh. A cheap android box is better than anything I've ever used on a smart tv.

      We bought a 55" LG OLED when it just came out and it stopped receiving updates like a year after it was released.

  • +1 vote

    Can't find an rtings review but the NANO99 which I assume is a higher spec'd model comes off as a bit average

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      Seems like the NANO99 and NANO95 might be the same. Rtings are also confused though…

      "There's an LG NANO97 variant in North America and an LG NANO95 model in Europe that appear to be similar TVs, but aren't compatible with LG's Gallery Flush wall-mount, and they look more like the LG NANO90. However, we don't know for sure how they perform since we haven't tested them."

  • +3 votes

    Glorified photo / personal video wall. 8K TV, really. We barely have decent amount of 4K content. Imagine how crap a lot of content upscaled on this would be. As a TV, it's an awful choice today. Quite fringe actual "good" use cases for it.

  • -2 votes

    These TVs receive a lot of flak, but I saw one in store recently and I gotta say apart from being not as bright as the other TVs, it looked stunning. For the average consumer who just wants to future proof with an 8k tv, this is a good deal.

    • -1 vote

      The average consumer watches a lot of broadcast media…. so why would anyone want SD and HD to have to be upscaled to 8K so it looks even worse. The best AI algorithms struggle to make it look decent at 4K as is. This thing would probably be dead before there is any noteworthy 8K content.

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      This tv doesn’t future proof. It’s far too small for 8K

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    Have this TV and it’s a good deal for that price, but for dark room viewing it’s pretty average as the local dimming feature is poor. As far as 8k is concerned there are a handful of videos on YouTube currently and that’s about it.

    Also a warning to gamers whilst this is an HDMI 2.1 tv the panel itself if 60hz. It will accept 120hz signals however what is actually happening on screen is a 60hz refresh rate.

    • +1 vote

      how do you test what is actually happening on the screen vs what it is accepting? I thought if you could select 120hz on the PC end, it was supported?

  • +1 vote

    https://testufo.com/ is a good place to start. It will show 120hz, but you will see that it is actually refreshing the same as the 60hz picture.

    I used that and also compared it to my oled that does have a 120hz panel and you are able to tell the difference when doing this test/playing games etc.

    LG Australia are a little dicey with the marketing too as the only indication that it gives is “trumotion100” which is the 50hz/60hz soap opera setting but if you look at LG UK for example they show this model as having a 50hz/60hz panel.

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    8K is a gimmick, but ignorant people will buy it & there’s hundreds of millions of them.
    At such a small size, you wouldn’t be able to pick the difference from 4K

    • +2 votes

      That’s what people said for 1080p and 4K.

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        Because they don’t understand the technicalities

    • -1 vote

      If you can't pick it up that might be your eyes that is the issue. I can see a huge difference in my Samsung 4k 43" over the old LG 1080p 43"

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        False equivalence. 2K to 4K jump does not equal 4K to 8K jump

        • -1 vote

          So your saying it does make a different now?

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            @asa79: The objective testing using 20/20 vision confirms what I already knew - 8K is a gimmick.