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Old 07-04-2017, 11:26 AM   #1
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Default Considering upgrading to OLED

I've had a Samsung LED with active 3D for 3 years which still works great and I'm satisfied with but I recently saw a pretty good deal locally for the LG OLED55E6P. I'm afraid that model won't be around for much longer so should I pull the trigger now?

I don't necessarily need a new tv right now but I've built a sizeable collection of 3D movies which I enjoy so if something were to happen to my tv in 1-2 years, I could be in trouble.
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Old 07-04-2017, 01:55 PM   #2
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Yes, pull the trigger while you still can. 3D on a 4K OLED is stunning. So much so that I bought a second 65E6 as a spare in case my first one craps out. The first one was the best purchase I ever made. The 3D is jaw-dropping.

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Old 07-06-2017, 12:50 AM   #3
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LG55E6P ordered!
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Old 07-06-2017, 01:18 AM   #4
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Enjoy! And let us know if you do.
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Old 07-06-2017, 08:34 AM   #5
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So much so that I bought a second 65E6 as a spare in case my first one craps out.
I hope you wrote to LG and told them that! They need to see what a big mistake they're making dropping 3D from newer sets!
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Old 07-13-2017, 03:02 PM   #6
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Yes, pull the trigger while you still can. 3D on a 4K OLED is stunning. So much so that I bought a second 65E6 as a spare in case my first one craps out. The first one was the best purchase I ever made. The 3D is jaw-dropping.
I got the 65E6 as well about 2 months ago, quite simply, the best 3D i have ever seen, in and outside of the cinema. I would say if everyone saw 3D like this at it's inception it wouldn't have failed.

Like you it's one was the best purchase I ever made and don't regret a single penny of the Ł3000 i paid for it.
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Old 07-19-2017, 07:19 PM   #7
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Sounds very familiar to me. I had a 5 year old Samsung 55 Smart HDTV 3D which was working most excellent. However after joining this site a few months ago I realized that 3D TVs unfortunately we're going the way of the dinosaurs and LGs last models made in 2016 and to quote the famous Warner Bros. line, "That's all folkes!". So I did my research and price comparisons and bought a brand new LG OLED 65C6P for a total of $3,285 including buying a 2 year warranty and $229.00 for "White Glove" shipping. Well the "White Glove" isn't so white but it's the only way to check the TV and sign for or send back as UPS and FEDEX won't wait for you to check the TV. Anyway the delivery people just take out of box, plug-in while the TV is still on the floor with no stand installed yet, I sign, they leave. I asked a neighbor to help me put the stand on and lift to my table and he also helped me put my Samsung out back in storage. I am so very happy that I got this TV and I am also happy with the curve and it's added bonus of no glare if I have front door, back door open(Screen/Summer) or the hallway door open to the open bedroom door and windows. Really a nice unexpected bonus and something my flat screen Samsung could never ever match. Well that's my take on all this and I hope that it helps you in your decision process. I also decided that if I was going to do this I was going to go bigger as well hence my buying the 65" LG. Sayonara.
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