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55" LG 55EF9500 4K UHD 3D OLED HDTV EXPIRED

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Promoted 05-04-2016 by qwikwit at 04:46 PM View Original Post
ielectrica via eBay has 55" LG 55EF9500 4K UHD 3D OLED HDTV on sale for $1999. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • WiFi + 4K + Smart + 3D OLED + webOS 2.0
  • Inputs:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x RF Antenna
    • 1x USB 3.0
    • 2x USB 2.0

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Written by qwikwit

Great price as this is less than our popular Frontpage deal from February. -qwikwit

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#3
This or the new Vizio 65' P series? Both are $2000
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This or the new Vizio 65' P series? Both are $2000
I feel like 55" and 65" are different animals.
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Yikes just got the 55" 1080p deal yesterday for 1299. Glad in a way I don't have to debate whether it's worth $700 for 4k over 1080p. Need to cancel my deal alert before the inevitable lower price deals start popping up.
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Yikes just got the 55" 1080p deal yesterday for 1299. Glad in a way I don't have to debate whether it's worth $700 for 4k over 1080p. Need to cancel my deal alert before the inevitable lower price deals start popping up.
I hope you're joking.. it's good to be rational or else your wallet is going to take a nosedive.
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Yikes just got the 55" 1080p deal yesterday for 1299. Glad in a way I don't have to debate whether it's worth $700 for 4k over 1080p. Need to cancel my deal alert before the inevitable lower price deals start popping up.
this will no doubt blow your 1080p away but always beat to be rational unless you're rich I guess
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This or the new Vizio 65' P series? Both are $2000
While the new Vizio P-series got good reviews, it's also a PITA to setup properly. It's so cheap for the size because it's essentially just an oversized computer monitor.

I would say your determining factors are:

Video games where input lag matters, or your room truly needs 65" to fit the viewing area, stick with the P series.

If you want the absolute best color and contrast for movies and TV, don't game fast paced enough to care about input lag, and can sacrifice a few inches, go with the OLED.

With that said, the new B6 from LG is a month away, should be around $3000 for a 55", and will feature similar input lag to the Vizio and Samsungs this year (apparently around 35ms).
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Pretty sure this doesn't support HDR, you shouldn't have buyer remorse for the 1080p set.
At 55 inch size you only benefit from it if you are sitting really close.
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Pretty sure this doesn't support HDR, you shouldn't have buyer remorse for the 1080p set.
At 55 inch size you only benefit from it if you are sitting really close.
HDR was one of the things I was thinking must be in the price differential. Without it I would still go for the 1080p version personally based on the distance factor. I sit far enough way that it shouldn't matter, at least not $700 extra worth of mattering. I floated the idea of the 65" 4k version at $3500 from last week and got vetoed by the wife, which is how I ended up with the entry level model. I was getting an OLED one way or another! These are all worthwhile deals for the quality of the picture.
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HDR was one of the things I was thinking must be in the price differential. Without it I would still go for the 1080p version personally based on the distance factor. I sit far enough way that it shouldn't matter, at least not $700 extra worth of mattering. I floated the idea of the 65" 4k version at $3500 from last week and got vetoed by the wife, which is how I ended up with the entry level model. I was getting an OLED one way or another! These are all worthwhile deals for the quality of the picture.
I got the 1080p set from last year. I am going to wait until the technology matures and Samsung is entering the oled market again so prices are surely going to come down in a few years.
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Quote from waynegab1234 View Post :
Pretty sure this doesn't support HDR, you shouldn't have buyer remorse for the 1080p set.
At 55 inch size you only benefit from it if you are sitting really close.
Incorrect. This does in fact support HDR. It does not support Dolby Vision.

I'm fairly certain it can't be qualified as a "Ultra HD Premium" set, but that's due to the low nits rating and the color gamut limitations. However, it will still show HDR content, has a pop-up stating HDR is on when it does, and it will still appear visually better than a standard non-HDR 4K TV.
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Quote from waynegab1234 View Post :
Pretty sure this doesn't support HDR, you shouldn't have buyer remorse for the 1080p set.
At 55 inch size you only benefit from it if you are sitting really close.
Quote from thetortoise View Post :
HDR was one of the things I was thinking must be in the price differential. Without it I would still go for the 1080p version personally based on the distance factor. I sit far enough way that it shouldn't matter, at least not $700 extra worth of mattering. I floated the idea of the 65" 4k version at $3500 from last week and got vetoed by the wife, which is how I ended up with the entry level model. I was getting an OLED one way or another! These are all worthwhile deals for the quality of the picture.
You guys should google.com before you make assumptions... The ef9500 series supports hdr
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Quote from waynegab1234 View Post :
Pretty sure this doesn't support HDR, you shouldn't have buyer remorse for the 1080p set.
At 55 inch size you only benefit from it if you are sitting really close.
Flat EF has full support for HDR for streaming and external inputs. Curved EG supports HDR in streaming but not external inputs.
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I found lg oled 9300 series open box for $900 but only 1080p. I'm still debating whether buy uhd 4K tv than oled 1080p love 4K pics
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