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LG A1 65" OLED 4K Smart TV 2021 OLED65A1PTA $2995, Free Local Delivery, Bonus $400 HN Gift Card @ Harvey Norman

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Better deal from HN… (deleted comment as I seem to have offended some people) I'm using the $400 towards a soundbar.

The 55" $1995 version is a $150 HN Giftcard.

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  • +9 votes

    The A1 needs to drop in price before anyone takes it seriously… $2400-$2700 isn't good enough.

  • +12 votes

    A1 is most all the TV most would need? No.

  • +3 votes

    Someone mentioned on the other post A1 doesn’t have HDMI 2.1?

    • +4 votes

      What's worse is that it lacks brightness and therefore contrast. But yes, no 120Hz support I believe. A previous gen model on special would be better.

  • +3 votes

    This model’s existence makes NO sense to me at this price point. Surely even the BX is miles better than it.

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      luxury price but without the features.

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    Pretty crappy stand for a $3000 TV, it’s the sort of thing you see on 55-inch TVs for $500.

  • +1 vote

    lol if this tv is all the tv most will ever need may aswell spend a few hundred less on a BX… C1 which has hdmi 2.1 and far better brightness has been cheaper than this recently

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    An underwhelming offer to sell product given he number of LGAs in lockdown

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    How many years before OLED brightness is reduced by 50%? I'm still using my 8yo 55" Sony TV which still has near perfect picture?

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      Reduced by 50%? OLED is quite dim. The problem is the only thing people talk about is peak brightness. That only matters for things like stars or little highlights. Overall brightness is quite poor on OLED. Lucky to reach 200 nits for anything substantial on the screen.

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        200 nits? wow that seems pretty low

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          That's why it's recommended to only watch in a dark room as brightness isn't as important. If you've had a high end LCD that has great brightness its a huge hit to go to OLED. I was shocked going from a Sony X930E to a BX. Maybe the newer Sony OLEDs are better for that but still not a huge difference. Now I have the Hisense Dual Cell which has OLED blacks, it still has some other smaller issues but I definitely prefer it to the BX.

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      I found out that my Sony KDL-55W900A was the first series of the now called QLED technology from Samsung which still has impressive picture quality even after 8 years. I think that I will stick to QLED with better brightness for daytime viewing for now.