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LG 65" OLED 4K EVO C4 Smart TV 24 $2995 ($2985 Price Beat Button) + $55 Delivery @ The Good Guys


Cheapest I can find - Unsure how burn in is with this TV compared to previous - nothing rting

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Experience life-like visuals and immersive sound with the new LG 65-inch OLED 4K EVO C4 Smart TV 24. This stunning OLED TV combines self-illuminating pixels with LG's latest a9 AI Processor 4K Gen7 to deliver incredible 4K clarity, perfect blacks and intense colors. The 65-inch screen with OLED Evo technology displays over 8 million pixels in stunning 3840 x 2160 resolution. See movies and games come to life with incredible depth and realism thanks to Pixel Level Dimming and support for Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG formats. Designed for speed, this TV features a silky-smooth 120Hz refresh rate and 200 Motion Rate for fast-moving action. Gaming is truly next-level with AMD FreeSync, NVIDIA G-SYNC and Variable Refresh Rate eliminating screen tearing and stutter. WEBOS 24 provides quick access to all your favorite streaming apps including Netflix, Stan, Disney+, YouTube, Optus Sport and more. Control it all hands-free with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant built-in. The stylish design, with minimal bezels and centralized stand looks great in any living room. Weighing just 18.5kg, the TV is easy to mount with a 300 x 200mm VESA bracket. Connect up to 4 HDMI devices and 3 USB accessories. Backed by a 1 year warranty, this 2024 model 65-inch LG OLED TV provides an immersive home entertainment experience.

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    I’ve had a C1 a few years now and zero burn in issues. Absolutely phenomenal panel when you’re watching HDR content.

    • +3

      I've had my LG 55B7T for at least 6 years now and no burn in… I use for gaming and movies/Netflix. Never had any issues with game HUD's burning in… Nowadays I don't get many extended gaming sessions in, but I definitely did previously… Those were the days 😩

      • life changing events does cause a drop in gaming sessions :')

      • Ive got a 77C1 no issues for burn in and can confirm the same for gaming sessions sadly with a 2yo

    • Still rolling a G1, only things I'm missing is they dropped DTS pass through support for the c9 and c1 generations.

  • +2

    Cheapest I can find

    $2850 via Appliance Central

    • yeah saw that - I should have added that $90 del for me -

      • The idea is to price match at your local retailer of choice. A lot of staff won't bother adding delivery (if applicable) and will match the price AC are showing in order to avoid losing the sale. I know I would walk if they tried doing that to me.

    • The poor sods who have no idea about this retailer. The discounts @ AC are just crazy.

  • Go to JB and they'll chuck in delivery for free if asked. I did. 🥂

    • Price match through chat and use the same post code as Appliance Central if asked so they know you can free pickup

  • +1

    $2,695 if you have Zip Pay: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/116149414320

    • +3

      Or use code "FYSAV12" for the same price.

      • Nice find! Much better than having to sign up if you don't already have an account.

  • +3

    I’ve had my Sony a95L QD-OLED TV for 6 months, no burn in with it so far, although 6 months is probably a bit too soon for it to happen. I’ve also had zero burn in issues on my 5 year old 2019 C9 OLED TV, before and after a new panel was fitted to it in November 2023 under ACL, due to a different panel issue that people should possibly be more concerned about, which is hundreds of dead pixels developing around the edges of the screen, it is a common issue with LG WOLED TV panels that’s well documented all over the internet (it’s happening to people that own LG C9’s, CX’s, and C1 WOLED TV’s, as well as to people that own other brands with an LG OLED panel in them).

    If I watched a lot of free to air TV I personally wouldn’t buy an OLED TV in that case. I don’t watch crappy free to air TV though with their static images pointlessly advertising the same channel you are watching, I haven’t watched FTA in over a decade and never will watch it ever again. 1080p Blu-ray’s and 4K Blu-ray’s make up the majority of the content I view on my OLED TV’s, along with a little bit of paid streaming services, and console gaming.

    I wouldn’t want to use an OLED for a computer monitor either, especially if I was going to display still Windows menus and icons or other operating systems and software on it daily often for long periods, I don’t have confidence in OLED tech for that purpose, there is a high chance that burn in will occur after 2-3 years of that sort of use.

    • I keep hearing this but ignored it and did full time WFH on my 55" B7 OLED for two years, now 11k hours total and no burn in.

      If the brightness isn't on at high levels and there's a blank screensaver when idling, I really don't think it's a concern anymore. I've read that the models made after my 2017 B7 have even better burn in resistance.

      • There are reports all over the internet from people who own the B7 suffering from burn in issues. Why did you use your personal TV for a computer monitor for WFH for 2 years, is your employer really worth risking sacrificing damaging you personal TV for? I would’ve just bought a proper desk computer monitor for work from home purposes… I own a curved ultra wide 34” monitor for working from home and it’s perfect for this purpose.

        I’m not a fan of Rtings.com, they have been a crap source for information and calibration settings for more than a decade in my opinion (I remember when I bought a Samsung D8000 plasma and Panasonic VT60 plasma, their calibration settings they posted compared to some other industry certified pro isf calibrators were way off), however I did see a video they recently posted regarding testing they have conducted on burn in wear that they had put OLED TV’s through, which suggests that your “it’s not a concern anymore” comment is misplaced.

        • I don't watch commercial TV, meaning zero free-to-air—it is braindead TV. I have a PC hooked up to my B7 to watch YouTube and Twitch. Needless to say, it has quite bad burn-in. I won't be buying an OLED again. Will stay with QLED TV's. The OLED now has terrible REDs, skin tones look greenish and the brightness is terrible as the colour spectrum fades as the OLED output darkens over time.

          Not everyone uses their OLED as a work monitor (or in any laptop screen these will burn in at some point); mine use for my OLED is 100% entertainment.

          They can only "improve" the risk of burn-in, but burn-in is inherent to the technology.

          • @Blyyth: There's some irony is someone calling FTA TV braindead then saying they watch YouTube and Twitch off a PC.

            The 2017 panel (eg: B7) was the last to be considered particularly susceptible to burn in. It was a lot less of an issue on the 2018 panel due to improvements made specifically to combat it and became a non-issue in the following years.

            That being said for your use case there's no point splashing out on an OLED.

        • Honestly the main reason is that I just like to test things out to see for myself.

          4k resolution is great for reading big spreadsheets and I thought it would surely be ready to replace the TV after so many years now so I didn't care about it much. However, here I am now still with my 7 year old B7 OLED with repeated WFH/evening gaming and not a single sign of burn-in or degradation.

          I'm not saying burn-in isn't a concern for everyone, maybe someone else might like to watch TV on bright settings, use is very individual. But it certainly proved that burn-in was no longer a concern for me personally anymore and with a TV tested to back it up. Keep that OLED backlight low and I'm getting the feeling any OLED you buy will really last.

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