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65" LG OLED65B9PUA 4K HDR AI Smart OLED HDTV (2019) EXPIRED

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Authorized Dealer via Google Shopping has 65" LG OLED65B9PUA 4K HDR AI Smart OLED HDTV (2019) for $1498.99 w/ promo code XYQCIC. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • HDR: 4K Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision®, HDR10, HLG), HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro
  • Smart Platform: webOS w/ LG ThinQ AI
  • 802.11ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 5.0
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x RS-232C
    • 1x RF
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Digital Audio Out
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3 LG OLED on the same front page:

B9: $1499
C9: $1699
E9: $1999

I expect 3 pages of thesis on debating the model differences and price justification. Due by tonight.
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I have the B8 and I absolutely love it. The downfall is that i spend way too much time watching TV even on content I don't care about just to marvel at the PQ. It is such a huge upgrade over Samsung LED (i have a qled Samsung in another room which i thought at the time was great).

I use to own many Panasonic plasmas and still have 2 left in rarely used rooms. Don't listen to the old school people who say "closest" thing to plasma. That's' BS, this blows away any plasma (except for motion of course). The inky blacks of OLED just cannot be matched.

My point is if you are debating B vs C, I have a feeling if you never have watched a C for good amount of time, you will probably never know or care to know the difference once you have the B. If your budget cannot afford you a B, it is totally fine to go with a B, it is still fantastic.
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The best 65" TV you can get for your money.
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Hoping for the C model at $1499
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How does this compare to past pricing/deals?
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3 LG OLED on the same front page:

B9: $1499
C9: $1699
E9: $1999

I expect 3 pages of thesis on debating the model differences and price justification. Due by tonight.
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Hoping for the C model at $1499
The code RQGHSL brings the c9 to $1700.
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Hoping for the C model at $1499
Lol don't your breath. You realize this is LAST YEAR's panel and these are still going for $1500 on sale, right?
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Lol don't your breath. You realize this is LAST YEAR's panel and these are still going for $1500 on sale, right?
The C was $1499 for a day during the holidays and I missed it , so why not hope for that to happen again especially when the X series come out . I already have a 7 series just want the 9 for the HDMI 2.1
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Lol don't your breath. You realize this is LAST YEAR's panel and these are still going for $1500 on sale, right?
When Vizio OLED hits the streets , watch these models drop another $200 to $300.
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I have the B8 and I absolutely love it. The downfall is that i spend way too much time watching TV even on content I don't care about just to marvel at the PQ. It is such a huge upgrade over Samsung LED (i have a qled Samsung in another room which i thought at the time was great).

I use to own many Panasonic plasmas and still have 2 left in rarely used rooms. Don't listen to the old school people who say "closest" thing to plasma. That's' BS, this blows away any plasma (except for motion of course). The inky blacks of OLED just cannot be matched.

My point is if you are debating B vs C, I have a feeling if you never have watched a C for good amount of time, you will probably never know or care to know the difference once you have the B. If your budget cannot afford you a B, it is totally fine to go with a B, it is still fantastic.
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I have the B8 and I absolutely love it. The downfall is that i spend way too much time watching TV even on content I don't care about just to marvel at the PQ. It is such a huge upgrade over Samsung LED (i have a qled Samsung in another room which i thought at the time was great).

I use to own many Panasonic plasmas and still have 2 left in rarely used rooms. Don't listen to the old school people who say "closest" thing to plasma. That's' BS, this blows away any plasma (except for motion of course). The inky blacks of OLED just cannot be matched.

My point is if you are debating B vs C, I have a feeling if you never have watched a C for good amount of time, you will probably never know or care to know the difference once you have the B. If your budget cannot afford you a B, it is totally fine to go with a B, it is still fantastic.
What do you mean except for the motion? How bD is the motion
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What do you mean except for the motion? How bD is the motion
Motion is fine compared with led. Plasma is always better than even the best led.
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When Vizio OLED hits the streets , watch these models drop another $200 to $300.
Will the Visio support freesync over hdmi, unless it does lg is in a class by themselves
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At this point, shouldn't every SD'er already have one of these LG OLED tv's? I've seen a million posts on 65" models in the last 3 years. Not complaining, just sayin'.
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