2020 LG TVs discussion thread

ttmaxx

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Ya la, LG has announced that several of it's OLED and NanoCell TVs are coming to stores in March. Pricing information has not been announced, but will be available soon. Waiting!
 

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Wonder how much of an upgrade CX will be over C9.... waiting for pricing first. Hope pricing not ridiculous...
 

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Yeah been reading some stock issues and will change the prices to control the supply. Walau nghtmare leh.
 

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finally, a oled size which i can place in my bedroom.
 

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My 65" C7 just failed on me. Still within the 3 years warranty (bought in November 2017).

Don't know whether to purchase from their new series or switch to another brand... :sad:
 

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My 65" C7 just failed on me. Still within the 3 years warranty (bought in November 2017).

Don't know whether to purchase from their new series or switch to another brand... :sad:

They will replace new set right?

Just use till spoil by then newer series liao
 

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Is longevity an issue for oleds? I guess they have not been ard long enough for us to have a clear answer right?
 

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My 65" C7 just failed on me. Still within the 3 years warranty (bought in November 2017).

Don't know whether to purchase from their new series or switch to another brand... :sad:
May I ask what kind of fault has occurred at your 65" C7 tv. I am still observing the OLED tv and not yet bought a set.
Thanks.
 

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May I ask what kind of fault has occurred at your 65" C7 tv. I am still observing the OLED tv and not yet bought a set.
Thanks.


My TV just died! :eek: :eek:

OLED65C7T purchased in Novemebr 2017.

My kids told me they could not switch the TV on.

When I tried, the screen will turn on & then will switch off almost immediately. There's a bad blurring (?) on the right side (from where I'm viewing) which I manage to take a photograph of:

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Calling 65120555 gives a recorded message saying:

"We are sorry. Due to system maintenance..."

:( :( :mad: :mad:


Shall see if the issue can be resolved.
 

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My 65" C7 just failed on me. Still within the 3 years warranty (bought in November 2017).

Don't know whether to purchase from their new series or switch to another brand... :sad:

Within 3 years should be still within warranty. Get it repaire free of charge and save you some money.
 

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LG Singapore reported 2nd Apr. Most likely CX. Will 55" be launched at $3999 or more and how long you think will drop to sub $2k levels? lol

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LG Singapore reported 2nd Apr. Most likely CX. Will 55" be launched at $3999 or more and how long you think will drop to sub $2k levels? lol

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Ridiculous pricing lol. Last year c9 launch price was 2500 usd. This year CX is 1800 usd. Not sure how will sg pricing be.
 
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I just went to BD - stocks for CX are in and will be displayed this week. 65” is retailing for $5799

C9 OOS - the sales guy quoted me $4k for E9 65” display set with 5000hrs playtime

:(
 
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