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napoleon bohlumpar 05-07-2020 04:12 PM

LG vs Samsung LED TV (Same Price) = Which Brand More Durable ?
 
so between LG and Samsung LED TV............the budget models (up to $500)..........

which brand more durable ?.........performance is secondary..........

napoleon bohlumpar 10-07-2020 12:29 PM

let's re-open discussion:)

8-lane 10-07-2020 12:34 PM

For how many inch tv?

coey 10-07-2020 01:34 PM

My samsung 48 start flickering after 5 years of usage

napoleon bohlumpar 11-07-2020 05:08 PM

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Originally Posted by 8-lane (Post 128356588)
For how many inch tv?


40-43 inch................preferably 40 inch


Quote:

Originally Posted by coey (Post 128358461)
My samsung 48 start flickering after 5 years of usage


jialat leh........maybe you can try to unplug the power plug from the wall........clean the contacts on the power plug then plug in again and see.....

vaxvms 11-07-2020 10:29 PM

$500 tv can survive 1 yr after warranty u earn liao lah

napoleon bohlumpar 12-07-2020 06:01 PM

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Originally Posted by vaxvms (Post 128411375)
$500 tv can survive 1 yr after warranty u earn liao lah



aiyoh................hoping to get one that can last 5 years minimum leh........

10 years lagi better..........:s13:


so i reckon Samsung should be more durable than LG ?.........:s11:

i know LG fridges are better though.........

cscs3 13-07-2020 09:56 AM

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Originally Posted by coey (Post 128358461)
My samsung 48 start flickering after 5 years of usage

Looks like LED back light issue?

cscs3 13-07-2020 09:58 AM

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Originally Posted by napoleon bohlumpar (Post 128430115)
aiyoh................hoping to get one that can last 5 years minimum leh........

10 years lagi better..........:s13:


so i reckon Samsung should be more durable than LG ?.........:s11:

i know LG fridges are better though.........

I have both LG and Samsung. Both equally good. If you use the smart function often, LG interface seem easier to use.

napoleon bohlumpar 13-07-2020 07:33 PM

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Originally Posted by cscs3 (Post 128443346)
I have both LG and Samsung. Both equally good. If you use the smart function often, LG interface seem easier to use.



many thanks..................so both roughly the same with regards to durability ?

htancl 13-07-2020 08:21 PM

Just bought the 65Q95T QLED. Watching in the Living room with some sunlight, so prefer something brighter and less reflective. Hope I made the right choice.

Something that won me is also the no gap wall mount. LG OLED will look good on desktop stand, but wall mount will have bigger gap.

ceecookie 13-07-2020 08:31 PM

My Samsung D series TV from 2011 was still working normally in end-2019, when I changed to Samsung RU series last November.

LG OLED TV - my aunt's one from 2017 spoilt just after 3 years warranty expired. :s22:

napoleon bohlumpar 13-07-2020 10:14 PM

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Originally Posted by ceecookie (Post 128457816)
My Samsung D series TV from 2011 was still working normally in end-2019, when I changed to Samsung RU series last November.

LG OLED TV - my aunt's one from 2017 spoilt just after 3 years warranty expired. :s22:



7-8 years of service.........little daily use perhaps ?

cscs3 13-07-2020 10:21 PM

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Originally Posted by napoleon bohlumpar (Post 128456466)
many thanks..................so both roughly the same with regards to durability ?

Both my TV still works fine. Durability is hard to say for electronics devices.
Anyway, if you buy low-mid range product. I believe the panel is not LG or Samsung original.
Eg, for by LG TV, I opened it up before and google the model of panel. Is some LG OEM factory in China. It was one of the 2nd or top model 6 years back.

Important is you like the design and satisfy with the picture quality.

cscs3 13-07-2020 10:23 PM

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Originally Posted by htancl (Post 128457552)
Just bought the 65Q95T QLED. Watching in the Living room with some sunlight, so prefer something brighter and less reflective. Hope I made the right choice.

Something that won me is also the no gap wall mount. LG OLED will look good on desktop stand, but wall mount will have bigger gap.

If your TV is at bright light area especially sunlight. QLED is the way to go. Q95T is a very nice TV. You will enjoy it.


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