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LG C8 77" 4K HDR Dolby Atmos Smart TV with AI ThinQ OLED77C8PUA (2018) $4499 + Free Shipping

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  • LG TVs with AI ThinQ® has the Google Assistant built in, so you can control compatible smart home devices using just your voice
  • LG's most powerful processor ever provides true-to-life images with incredibly rich colors, sharpness and depth to deliver the ultimate picture quality.
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Decent price. Unfortunately, Echo and Optics isn't an authorized dealer for those who didn't know/care.
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I believe it was sold for 3999 @ Microcenter B&M. So fo people who have access to Microcenter this may not be the lowest price. Still a good price if you can save on tax from Newegg.

I see prices of 55" and 65" LG OLED TVs are falling like rock. Hope to see the trend in 77" too. Waiting patiently to hit 3K
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Not bad. We're getting there...
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Not bad. We're getting there...
Getting there? This TV was 10k when it was released...considering that its a heck of a deal. They're never going to be as cheap as LCD TVs.
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Getting there? This TV was 10k when it was released...considering that its a heck of a deal. They're never going to be as cheap as LCD TVs.
Plasma TVs were $50k when they were released. What's your point? These TVs are way over priced and will continue to drop over time. I got a plasma for about under $700. lol
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Decent price. Unfortunately, Echo and Optics isn't an authorized dealer for those who didn't know/care.
And again: doesn't matter with LG!
As long you have receipt they will warrant the 1 year, authorized dealer or not.
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Plasma TVs were $50k when they were released. What's your point? These TVs are way over priced and will continue to drop over time. I got a plasma for about under $700. lol
Here we go again, same useless comments on how expensive this tv is and why we should wait for another drop bla bla bla ..!! If you are not interested in buying then why do you need to come to such threads and keep commenting on price!? If you can't afford it then move on.
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Plasma TVs were $50k when they were released. What's your point? These TVs are way over priced and will continue to drop over time. I got a plasma for about under $700. lol
First plasmas were about $15k when they were released, not $50k. Also they didnt drop at all within a model year. Yes the price dropped 15 years later, but that is a useless statement because this TV is still current. Your plasma is also not 77", probably closer to 50". You should be comparing it to a <$1k 55" OLED.
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Ugh....why, oh why, LG did you have to pull 3D? It was perfect on these sets. The reason I will never get rid of my C6 OLED. Just throw in the feature and I will upgrade tomorrow to a 65 or larger. How expensive could it be to bake the tech into the set?
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And again: doesn't matter with LG!
As long you have receipt they will warrant the 1 year, authorized dealer or not.
I'm sure there have been hundreds of discussions about this before. Buying from an authorized dealer just makes things more clear/less grey when submitting for a warranty claim.
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Ugh....why, oh why, LG did you have to pull 3D? It was perfect on these sets. The reason I will never get rid of my C6 OLED. Just throw in the feature and I will upgrade tomorrow to a 65 or larger. How expensive could it be to bake the tech into the set?
Almost no one uses 3D. Most of us have owned 3D tvs over the years and after the first couple of uses never used the 3D feature again. It's a novelty at best.
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Ugh....why, oh why, LG did you have to pull 3D? It was perfect on these sets. The reason I will never get rid of my C6 OLED. Just throw in the feature and I will upgrade tomorrow to a 65 or larger. How expensive could it be to bake the tech into the set?
LG didnt pull 3D, the entire TV industry did. It was not worth the cost for the tiny handful of people that cared.
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terrific thank you for posting
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Not bad. We're getting there...
My thoughts exactly...
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