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Two new models for Europe 55EG910V and 55EG920V

The 910V is a 1080p model and list price is 2299 Euros while the 920V is a 4K unit with a list price at 4199 Euros. I think street pricing will be significantly below current models

http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php...&id=1435751630
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We might also see the 55eg9100 in NA, the Wall Mount spec sheet says it's compatible with it

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http://www.lg.com/us/support/product...Spec Sheet.pdf
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Prices are good. Very good that a 1080p model is on its way. Its almost half the price of 4k.


But not again curved models. :-(


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Still curved
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They have already announced the flat version of the 4K model though it doesnt look like there will be a 1080p version. Here is the Swedish press release that gives an October date for the flat models. Considering the fact that this says that the EG960V is just showing up in stores now, I would expect the flat model to be available in the US before October (Zohn says August).

A bit disappointing that the flat model will be the same price as the curved. OTOH, the curved 920V looks almost 20% cheaper than the 960V. That would bring the US price for the 55" version down to $3750 or so. Pretty good if that is the launch price.

http://www.mynewsdesk.com/se/lgnordi...n-haer-1183938
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LG EG960V will be available in stores from next week, the second week in July, for a suggested retail price of 49 999 SEK for 55-inch and 74 999 SEK for 65 inches.

LG EF950V in 65 and 55 inches are expected to be available in October, at the same recommended prices as its curved counterpart (see above).

LG 55EG920V and LG 55EG910V expected to be available in the autumn, to the recommended retail prices at 41 999 4K model and 22 999 kr for Full HD model.
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What the Swedes still haven't gotten the EG960v yet?

What will be different in the EG910V compared to the EC930V? Shame about the flat 4k model, still way too expensive.

Just give me a FLAT 1080p model LG!
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The 910V is a 1080p model and list price is 2299 Euros while the 920V is a 4K unit with a list price at 4199 Euros. I think street pricing will be significantly below current models

http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php...&id=1435751630

Current street-prices in Sweden are:
55EG910 (launch oct) 23000 SEK
55EG920 (launch sep) 30000 SEK (!)
55EF950 (launch sep) 50000 SEK
55EG960 (launched) 45000 SEK
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Current street-prices in Sweden are:
55EG910 (launch oct) 23000 SEK
55EG920 (launch sep) 30000 SEK (!)
55EF950 (launch sep) 50000 SEK
55EG960 (launched) 45000 SEK
Current price for the 55EG920V just dropped to $3159.791 which equals about 27000sek (2799€) here in Finland. Had to put my preorder in. It should be available in 2-3 weeks.
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Current price for the 55EG920V just dropped to $3159.791 which equals about 27000sek (2799€) here in Finland. Had to put my preorder in. It should be available in 2-3 weeks.
Does that include the Finnish VAT tax?

That is an incredible price for a 4K OLED but it would be absolutely unbelievable if it includes the VAT.
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Does that include the Finnish VAT tax?

That is an incredible price for a 4K OLED but it would be absolutely unbelievable if it includes the VAT.
Yes it does. I'm going to order one to myself soon.
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Wow, found at least one source from Finland (Verkkokauppa) and it looks like it includes the 24% VAT.

So the non-VAT prices on this site are as follows.

55EC930V 1733 Euros ($1955)
55EG960V 3225 Euros ($3640)
65EG960V 5628 Euros ($6354)

55EG920V 2257 Euros ($2550)

That is way below what I expected 4K OLED's to hit this year. Hope the pre-order pricing is reflective of the final price.
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Stateside the new fhd model is available (not sure if in Stock but you can add to cart) at adorama for $2300
http://www.adorama.com/LOT55EG9100.html
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Any clarity on the difference between EG920V and EG960V?

I've been anxiously waiting for the flat EF950V, but ~1700€ extra for a flat panel is tad bit too much.
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The difference between the 920 and 960 is you pay a huge premium for flatness? Or am I missing something else?

There is no difference in HDMI cables. If you can see the picture without visible dropouts or sparklies, the cable is working at 100%. No other cable will display a better version of that picture. You're simply wrong if you think there is a better digital cable than one that is already working. (Oh, and plasma didn't die because of logistics problems, nor does OLED ship in big boxes because it comes from Korea.)
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9500(v) is the flat model and there the difference might be based on the massive premium for being the first flat oled (still not making much sense). However 960 is the curved model which has been already available for sometime. And there I fail to understand the justification for the price difference between 960 and 920.
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9500(v) is the flat model and there the difference might be based on the massive premium for being the first flat oled (still not making much sense). However 960 is the curved model which has been already available for sometime. And there I fail to understand the justification for the price difference between 960 and 920.
Well that makes two of us confused then.

Thanks for the reply, though

There is no difference in HDMI cables. If you can see the picture without visible dropouts or sparklies, the cable is working at 100%. No other cable will display a better version of that picture. You're simply wrong if you think there is a better digital cable than one that is already working. (Oh, and plasma didn't die because of logistics problems, nor does OLED ship in big boxes because it comes from Korea.)
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55EG920V pre-order price just jumped from 2799€ to 3499€ over night at least here in Finland. Now the difference to EG960V or flat EF950V is not _that_ significant anymore.
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All I can say is that I don't recommend any OLED, at least these below 10k.
Had 55ec930v and returned it after 1 week. It had massive ABL, poor colors, extremely bad motion (lots of judder), ABL kicks in on any setting of OLED light, brightness. Calibration doesn't work as it should and when it "works", it looks like an old pixelated CRT.
Watching a 16:9 movie is a pain, the brightness/contrast/light changes on every scene, it's like watching fireworks on New Year.
Get it for the blacks, design and uniformity, the main pro's of this TV's. Also DEMOs with flowers and stuff looks incredible but you don't get this tv for watching shop demos. Thinking why ABL doesn't kicks in on these demos.
You talking about prices, raising, going down, blabla but none of you know that these expensive OLEDs at any price, are just garbage, all the same.
I highly recommend to wait at least 2-3 years for this technology to evolve.

The first LED had very very poor motion, the same thing happen with this OLED, it's just too new.
The first LED was very bad so this OLED it's BAD too, because it's the first (almost). No real fixes since 2013 models.
960V and all the above, are the same stuff. You will see less stuff in the shadows that you can do on a VA or IPS panel.

I highly recommend to buy OLED from a trustworthy seller so you can return it 100%.

Just an advice.
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All I can say is that I don't recommend any OLED, at least these below 10k.
Had 55ec930v and returned it after 1 week. It had massive ABL, poor colors, extremely bad motion (lots of judder), ABL kicks in on any setting of OLED light, brightness. Calibration doesn't work as it should and when it "works", it looks like an old pixelated CRT.
Watching a 16:9 movie is a pain, the brightness/contrast/light changes on every scene, it's like watching fireworks on New Year.
Get it for the blacks, design and uniformity, the main pro's of this TV's. Also DEMOs with flowers and stuff looks incredible but you don't get this tv for watching shop demos. Thinking why ABL doesn't kicks in on these demos.
You talking about prices, raising, going down, blabla but none of you know that these expensive OLEDs at any price, are just garbage, all the same.
I highly recommend to wait at least 2-3 years for this technology to evolve.

The first LED had very very poor motion, the same thing happen with this OLED, it's just too new.
The first LED was very bad so this OLED it's BAD too, because it's the first (almost). No real fixes since 2013 models.
960V and all the above, are the same stuff. You will see less stuff in the shadows that you can do on a VA or IPS panel.

I highly recommend to buy OLED from a trustworthy seller so you can return it 100%.

Just an advice.
And.....another OLED troll....
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