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[London Drugs] LG E7P OLED 65" 1999.99 (in-store only) (demo)

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[London Drugs] LG E7P OLED 65" 1999.99 (in-store only) (demo)

Looks like London Drugs is clearing this older model out. It's still an excellent TV, and the price for 65" OLED is quite good:

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/e7-oled

EDIT: Updated to note it's in store only, and likely demo units (so better test for burn in, and inspect for scratches!!)
Last edited by Legatinho on Mar 14th, 2019 10:51 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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get a 1.0 for Permanent Burn-In Risk on rtings.
Samsung offer a burn in warranty, Lg does not.
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This might be the best TV deal ever
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sobig wrote:
Mar 14th, 2019 4:13 pm
get a 1.0 for Permanent Burn-In Risk on rtings.
Samsung offer a burn in warranty, Lg does not.
I've left a static image on my oled for days at a time and don't have a hint of IR
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Viper98 wrote:
Mar 14th, 2019 4:19 pm
I've left a static image on my oled for days at a time and don't have a hint of IR
I'll put more weight behind what Rtings says vs your anecdotal observations
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So you're saying...

As long as I don't watch CNN I'll be safe from burn-in?
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dirtymef421 wrote:
Mar 14th, 2019 5:23 pm
So you're saying...

As long as I don't watch CNN I'll be safe from burn-in?
Red and yellow are the colours more susceptible to burn in. My 2016 panel has burn in from watching CBC a few hours a day - yellow bar on bottom right and the red "live" image on the left side. Although current panels might have better technology in avoiding burn in.
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JustinZ wrote:
Mar 14th, 2019 5:21 pm
I'll put more weight behind what Rtings says vs your anecdotal observations
RTings review doesn't even say anything other than "potential". Even an lcd has the potential for burn in.
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I've owned a C7P for almost a year. It's on an average of 3-4 hours a day and no burn in issues. Tired of this nonsense.
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IMO:
If you mainly watch TV, news, and/or sports, get a Samsung QLED. No risk of burn-in and they go BRIGHT.
If you mainly watch movies in a light-controlled room, get OLED. Turn the “OLED light” setting down to 70 or lower, and enjoy unmatchable blacks and contrast ratios.

This 65” OLED at <$2,000 is amazing. The E-series also has great sound built-in, so you can put off buying a sound bar for a bit. Slightly Smiling Face
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dang i just bought a 55" c8 with 5yr warranty from costco for $2100 last week, should i return it for this?

and to those who are worried about burn in, just use a really low OLED light setting. I use 25-40 for gaming, 0-10 for pc use, and 50-60 for movies and have not seen any IR.

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