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Huge discount on LG OLED Ultra Premium 65 Inch E6 HDR TV Bundle With Samsung 4K Blu-ray Player and dual 6 foot UHD HDMI Cables

by on November 25, 2016
 

This has got to be one of the single best 4K electronics and TV deals we’ve yet seen for Black Friday 2016 and it’s the perfect holiday premium ultra HD home entertainment package in one for a ridiculously discounted price.

Amazon is offering up a 65 inch 4K HDR OLED E6 Ultra Premium 4K TV  with a Samsung UBD-K8500 4K Blu-ray player (and its own HDR and upscaling capacity) plus 2 6 foot (2 meter) high-speed 4K-capable HDMI cables for a total price of only $3,589.00. As of this writing there are only 7 of these OLED TV packages left in stock and in our honest opinion as followers of all things 4K TV, we consider this to be one superb discount sales offer from the online retail giant.

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The E6 LG OLED TV alone normally retails for well over $4500 and other deals that put this television by itself at below $3600 are great all by themselves. Now with the inclusion of a 4K UHD Blu-ray HDR player from Samsung (which we’ve reviewed here) and the dual 6 foot high-speed HDMI cables, the TV becomes an even more incredible purchase for an out-of-the-box premium home entertainment system that costs one third less than it would have a few days ago.

LG’s E6 OLED, for those of you who aren’t familiar with it, is one of the company’s two Ultra Premium TV series for 2016, just below the flagship G6 model. It features an utterly unique picture-on-glass design that’s ridiculously thin and its picture quality is one of the best we’ve ever seen in any 4K TV yet built by any company, with perfect black performance, the usual single-pixel precise OLED local dimming and color, contrast and motion control performance specs which are nearly unrivaled by those of almost any other 4K TV. Of course, the E6 also features support for high dynamic range in both HDR10 and Dolby Vision HDR standards.

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Also check out our review of the LG E6 for more information on how much we like this particular model and for details of its few flaws.

Here is what the Amazon Black Friday bundle comes with:

  • LG OLED65E6P 65-Inch E6 Series 4K UHD OLED Smart TV
  • Samsung UBD-K8500 3D Wi-Fi 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc Player
  • SHENF BRAND CLEANING SPRAY FOR THE TV
  • Free Shipping
  • SHENF BRAND 2.0 HDMI 4K 3D CABLE X2
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  • Christopher OMalley
    November 25, 2016 at 5:11 pm

    And once again you’ve included a picture of a G series oled in an article specifically about an E series. Unbelievable. Too many clerical errors on this website.

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  • Christopher OMalley
    November 25, 2016 at 5:13 pm

    And also while this is fulfilled by amazon, it’s not sold by amazon, it’s sold by a vendor that uses amazon as a storefront. This makes a huge difference in return policy, restocking fees, etc.

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  • AG
    November 25, 2016 at 5:23 pm

    Is this blog Judy for deals or 4k news? I notice very little news and a lot more affiliate ads recently

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      November 27, 2016 at 5:06 pm

      Hello AG, We regularly cover news of all types regarding 4K Technologies and anything which relates, with a particular focus on consumer products. During the Black Friday events, we focus more on the sale prices and deals being made for these technologies among all the major retailers. Yes, we do use affiliate ads during these types of articles but at the same time we are also reporting to our readers about the best prices we could find on the products which we honestly consider to be of high quality for those prices. All tech sites post a considerable amount of affiliate-linked sales reporting during these dates. In our case we do so as well but we try our best to endure that the reporting does indeed cover quality electronics (TVs in particular) and interesting discounts that our readers might find useful if they’re thinking of buying a new TV, camera, projector etc while saving some money…

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  • Chris O
    November 27, 2016 at 5:35 pm

    Why do you respond to AG but not to me and not fix the errors in this (and other) article(s)?

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