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65" LG OLED65C9PUA 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED Smart TV (2019 Model)

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firstclasstvs via eBay.com has 65" LG OLED65C9PUA 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED Smart TV w/ ThinQ AI (2019 Model) for $1699. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Note, eligible eBay accounts may qualify to also receive 8% back in eBay bucks on this purchase (learn more).

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K)
  • α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor
  • HDR 10, Dolby Atmos, Smart TV
  • 802.11ac WiFi + Bluetooth 5.0
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Composite (Shared)
    • 1x RF
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Optical Audio
    • 1x RS-232C
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From cheap to expensive: B/C/E/W

The number is model year, 8 is 2018, 9 is 2019

Afaik, they all have the same panel.

B is the cheaper less expensive model, it has a lower end processor so a bit less features and in theory not as good PQ. I believe peak brightness is also lower.

C/E/W have the same newest processer.

C is generally considered the "standard" product, top selling model that everyone buys.

E is more premium, has better sound (built in sound bar) different stand design, and the main difference is the glass front panel.

W is top of the line, it is completely flat, with the control modules mounted separately. It's also ungodly expensive.


This compares the B9 and C9

https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare/lg-c9-vs-lg-b9/802/915
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Guess it's a good thing the actual written warranty doesn't care about that Smilie
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How's the service with firstclasstvs? Are they covered under the 1 year warranty? I might get this deal.
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Well then.....


>_< urge to wait next year... fading.

Must....stay.......strong.
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Damn I've had my TV less than a month and it's already 200 below what I spent.

A great deal for sure!
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YMMV, but if you qualify for the TEN4FALL promo code it will be $1,749.00. Also $100.00 in eBay Bucks if you qualify for the 8% eBay Bucks promo. I'm not seeing tax being charged either.

Considering this was just on the front page for $1899 this is a great deal.

Newly added G-Sync support is just icing on the cake.
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Wow C9 dropping fast. So glad i didnt pull the trigger during C8 drop... 8% cashback plus if you qualify for TEN4FALL $50 off.. excellent deal...

DON'T FORGET DISCOVER PAYPAL 5% AS WELL
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YMMV, but if you qualify for the TEN4FALL promo code it will be $1,749.00. Also $100.00 in eBay Bucks if you qualify for the 8% eBay Bucks promo. I'm not seeing tax being charged either.

Considering this was just on the front page for $1899 this is a great deal.

Newly added G-Sync support is just icing on the cake.
Tax in NJ just as a heads up Frown
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New low in price for this TV!!!!
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How's the service with firstclasstvs? Are they covered under the 1 year warranty? I might get this deal.
I've had good experience with their warranty, as I had to have a 65" C8 replaced due to a dark vertical line that developed. Painless process and it was replaced with a new unit.

Thanks OP, in for 2 for family members!
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I wish someone would give an explanation between the C8/B8/E9 etc. I see all OLED TVs as having great picture quality, so what's the difference between all these sets?

Is it just the processing power? If I'm hooking them all up to a Nvidia Shield will I notice a difference?
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Why have I been too reasonable in not buying one of these yet? Guess I'll wait for the next major TV tech before I finally get an OLED/4K set.
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Any hardcore hockey fans here? I mean ones that watch like 60+ games a year? I'm considering a bigger TV, I have a 55" Vizio P series from last year which I like but there is a bit of DSE which makes it kind of distracting. OLED shouldn't have DSE but I know most have bad auto brightness limiters that make the image get darker and darker and sometimes the ice will start to look green/get artifacts.
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Any hardcore hockey fans here? I mean ones that watch like 60+ games a year? I'm considering a bigger TV, I have a 55" Vizio P series from last year which I like but there is a bit of DSE which makes it kind of distracting. OLED shouldn't have DSE but I know most have bad auto brightness limiters that make the image get darker and darker and sometimes the ice will start to look green/get artifacts.
Unless I'm misunderstanding their testing it looks like the C9 is one of the best TVs for eliminating DSE.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/tests/p...effect-dse
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