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LG NANO91 Full Array Dimming 4K TV 65" $1795.50, 75" $2695.50 + Delivery ($0 C/C) @ The Good Guys

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Pay even less if you have discounted TGG Gift Cards handy. E.g. 3% GC cash back from Shopback app; 4% discount from RedeemYourGiftCard.
LG 75" NANO91 link here, an extra $900 get you another 10 inches!

BONUS: 3 MONTH SUBSCRIPTION TO APPLE TV VIA REDEMPTION (16 NOVEMBER 2021 - 14 FEBRUARY 2022)

Real 4K NanoCell - Nano Colour, Nano Black, Nano Bezel, Full Array Dimming
Alpha 7 Gen4 AI Processor 4K - AI Picture, AI Sound, HDMI 2.1 features (HFR, eARC), TruMotion 200
ThinQ AI - Hey Google, Amazon Alexa, Apple Airplay 2, Apple HomeKit, Home Dashboard, Magic Remote Control
Home Cinema Experience - Dolby Vision IQ, Dolby Atmos, FILMMAKER MODE™
TV, Disney+, Stan, Amazon Prime, Optus Sport, Twitch, VRR, AMD FreeSync Premium, Game Optimiser, Sports Alert

Comparison with Sony X90J from Rtings:

The Sony X90J is better than the LG NANO90 2021, but they have different panel types. The Sony has a VA panel with a much better contrast ratio and superior local dimming, so it's a better choice for dark room gaming. Even for HDR content, the Sony gets much brighter, so it makes highlights pop. On the other hand, the LG has an IPS panel with wider viewing angles. It also has more gaming features out of the box like VRR support, but that should come in a future firmware update for the Sony.

Credit amaneight's post for the code.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2021

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  • Code also works on the Samsung 85" - brings it down by −$299.50

    https://www.thegoodguys.com.au/samsung-85-inches-au8000-4k-u...

    • +2

      That AU8000 is their low end model though, not a Full Array.

  • Do these sales also work in store? I have a gift card which cannot be used online for some reason.

    • you can try showing the sales guy in store this page. they should be able to match this to make their sale.
      TGG generally have an option where you call them and they place the order for you and you make the payment separately on the invoice they share.

  • these or the QLED q70?

    • LG 100%. Have both. The dimming is garbage but the picture is excellent.
      I have a real hatred for people looking orange in things. When you tune that out of the picture with the Scamsung, it looks a bit lifeless.
      People say IPS has no place in television screens. I don't agree.
      The anti judder and blur is also very good.

      • The contrast ratio is the big difference however. (on Samsung q70a vs Nano91)
        7398:1 vs 1144:1

        I used to wonder what the big deal was, but then I bought a PC monitor which has a ratio of 800:1 and it's really bad, the screen is just simply GREY in dark scenes.

        I purchased the q70a online a few days ago.

        • Spec on paper often doesn't translate to actual viewing but it comes down to personal preference.
          The image quality of the LG just appears a lot better. It looks a lot more clear and lifelike. The Samsung is very vibrant but everything appears to be in an over saturated happyland. I've spent a lot of time trying to adjust the Samsung but can never get it 100%. It may also have a lot to do with the viewing angles of the room.

          • @BrokenRiedel: so the verdict is LG especially this one is better??

            • +2

              @BaeSuzy: Do you like grey blacks or black crushing?

              Not sure if the bigger LG's suffer from the same issue, but I was looking at LG's 43-55" tvs to be used as a monitor, the LG's edges had a weird shadow/artifact effect when you're not viewing them head on, must be something with the layers on the ips.

              I honestly prefer grey blacks vs black crushing when it comes to monitors. But I bought the q70 since it had 120hz and no weird fringing on the edges

  • just paid 2688 + del for 86 nano 75 tpa :(

    • that's bigger than this though.

      I was going to get that model too but then I measured it and it's massive. The top part of the TV rises above my hanging ceiling lights. The lights will obscure my view of the TV. Also, its legs are wider than the cabinet I'm using so I'd need a new cabinet. One that's shorter in height.

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