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77" LG OLED77C9PUA 4K HDR Smart AI OLED HDTV EXPIRED

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • HDR10, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos
  • LG ThinQ AI, LG α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor
  • Built-In Alexa/Google Assistant Voice Recognition
  • WiFi 802.11ac + Bluetooth 5.0
  • Inputs
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x RF
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Optical Audio
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Yeah 4k prices will be $2500 in 3-4 years but 8k prices will be $8k and that's what you'd want to get then 🤣
8k 65 inch prices are already down to 2500k
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Most of the warranty extensions require you to pay in full with the card for the item purchased. You may be screwed there.

Pretty sure Citi at least does not require that.
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Pretty sure Citi at least does not require that.
So you are saying if I buy a $2000 tv at Costco, paid 1999 with cash or other credit card and put $1 on the costco visa, they will still honor the full 4yr warranty?
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so, I'm just saying this tv is a slippery slope. It forced me to buy a new Atmos and eARC Reciever. Almost got me to buy new speakers. And It made me build a new awesome HTPC with the Loque ghost s1. So expect your real cost to be higher Big Grin
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So you are saying if I buy a $2000 tv at Costco, paid 1999 with cash or other credit card and put $1 on the costco visa, they will still honor the full 4yr warranty?

Sure. Though for years 3-4 (Citis coverage rather than Costcos) they will only cover to a max of $1.


Quote from Citibank :
Coverage is limited to the lesser
of the following:

■ The cost to repair or replace the item.
■ The purchase price of the item.
■ The amount charged to the Citi card
(including ThankYou® Points).
■ $10,000 per item

The point was you do not have to charge the full amount to the card to get extended warranty coverage. But the amount you charge to the card is (one of the possible) max benefit you'll get out of the warranty.


So in the case of the actual real life example where he paid ~1600 for the TV, and paid ~500 in cash, he would get 2 additional years of warranty from Citi with a max value on the coverage of ~$1100.

That'd LIKELY still cover the cost of any repair he'd run into if he runs into any at all.




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so, I'm just saying this tv is a slippery slope. It forced me to buy a new Atmos and eARC Reciever. Almost got me to buy new speakers. And It made me build a new awesome HTPC with the Loque ghost s1. So expect your real cost to be higher Big Grin


This is one of the reasons I'm waiting till next year to upgrade my C6... I'll need a new receiver anyway so might as well wait for one that supports HDMI 2.1 (and for that matter for a PC video card that does so).
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Sure. Though for years 3-4 (Citis coverage rather than Costcos) they will only cover to a max of $1.





The point was you do not have to charge the full amount to the card to get extended warranty coverage. But the amount you charge to the card is (one of the possible) max benefit you'll get out of the warranty.


So in the case of the actual real life example where he paid ~1600 for the TV, and paid ~500 in cash, he would get 2 additional years of warranty from Citi with a max value on the coverage of ~$1100.

That'd LIKELY still cover the cost of any repair he'd run into if he runs into any at all.








This is one of the reasons I'm waiting till next year to upgrade my C6... I'll need a new receiver anyway so might as well wait for one that supports HDMI 2.1 (and for that matter for a PC video card that does so).
thanks for the clarification
Id be content with that..!
i just be pissed if it crapped on me in in 2-3 years time, especially considering how little i'd be using it meanwhile...! after that i guess its the risk one takes buying these unstable latest tech stuff, so as to not compromise much on pic quality of what we watch ..! i mean ultimately its a bunch of led lightbulbs going off and on constantly... so its just a matter of time before 1 or more craps out on you...and when it does , wouldnt it really matter if it was sony or lg that made it.?
to me thats mostly a reflection on the risk levels associated with the nature of certain technologies than this or that brand making it..!
for what its worth, the SD special 60 some inch Plasma LG tv i bought a few years ago for $300 bucks is still going strong with satisfactory enough pic quality and that unit has seen a lot of action as the main TV we watch daily in the entry room..!
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$2500 and I might bite.
I'm guessing it'll be 3~4 years before the price comes close down to that.....
Try this year next year they're just milking and I'll pray so the bigger set as long as they can I have a manufacturing process down. And what's the new HDR 2000 standard OLED can't meet they can barely do 1000 nits in my opinion is just bright enough for a good HDR experience. Not to mention most retailers or taking these orders and putting them in with their Black Friday ordered. Tho I could definitely see you this set dropping to 2799
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Try this year next year they're just milking and I'll pray so the bigger set as long as they can I have a manufacturing process down. And what's the new HDR 2000 standard OLED can't meet they can barely do 1000 nits in my opinion is just bright enough for a good HDR experience. Not to mention most retailers or taking these orders and putting them in with their Black Friday ordered. Tho I could definitely see you this set dropping to 2799
I am patiently waiting.Lol.
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Is this a authorized reseller?
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They have it at $3650 now and $100 back in eBay bucks 8% maxes at $100

PayPal has 1 year 0%apr
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Is this a authorized reseller?

Since the actual warranty doesn't require buying from one, why do you care?
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Having issues with getting the TV delivered, from iElectrica vs Rakuten:

"Hi, Our LG distributor just notified us that your zip code is out of area and their white glove carrier does not go to your location. Do you have another place to ship the TV to or would you like a full refund? below is the link from carrier to search zip codes."

The link they mention is not in the email and no response via email yet (seemingly only way to reach them).

Anyone else having this problem?
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Was able to call and got a message that they are closed until Wednesday and no shipments will happen until then (23rd).
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New laser projectors with short throw lens and huge resolution and 4k and 150 inch screens for 2500 are currently on indiegogo.
LED lasts 25,000 hours. Far longer than a OLED.
There is not one single native 4k projector for $2500. There is also not one single projector that can display HDR for $2500.
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I just wall mounted this TV last night. Wow it's big, but I've always dreamed of owning a set this size so it's wonderful!

That said, watching the World Series on FoxHD via Directv, it was pretty pixelated. Is that just a combination of the screen size and poor source material bandwith? I didn't notice nearly this much noise on my older 55" OLED...

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