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Sony XBR-77A9G Bravia 4K Ultra High Definition Smart OLED TV-$4699.00 + FS

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Is this one worth a thousand dollars more than the LG oled?
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Is this one worth a thousand dollars more than the LG oled?
Absolutely not.
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Is this one worth a thousand dollars more than the LG oled?
Nope. It does have better processing, but the same panel
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If your wondering about it because you want the best... then of course it is...
I am sure there are better tvs which are in the tens of thousands. i cant afford the best unfortunately. thanks for the feedback tho
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I am sure there are better tvs which are in the tens of thousands. i cant afford the best unfortunately. thanks for the feedback tho
The pain in spending the extra thousand will dissipate over time... however every time you turn on this TV will be a happy remembrance that you got what you deserved... and I mean every time...
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It has better processing but it's not the best and the LG C9 is just as good. Not to mention that the C9 has better features. Both TVs picture wise are very similar in performance.
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What is the best recent price for this OLED (authorized)?
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I would hold off buying OLED TVs. The major players have recently announced moves to sell off their multibillion dollar LCD businesses and are vastly increasing production of OLED displays. This means that the additional competition and supply will finally drive the price down on these TVs, hopefully starting later this year.

https://wccftech.com/report-samsung-and-lg-looking-to-sell-major-chunk-of-lcd-business-worth-33-bill... [wccftech.com]
https://www.anandtech.com/show/15157/panasonic-to-cease-lcd-production-by-2021​ [anandtech.com]
https://www.zdnet.com/article/ces...tv-panels/
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The pain in spending the extra thousand will dissipate over time... however every time you turn on this TV will be a happy remembrance that you got what you deserved... and I mean every time...
All that difference in spec for an average user doesn't mean a whole lot. After using for few months, you won't even remember what spec was that, it's only when buying you read forums and expert tech reviewers opinion and it makes you go wandering. At this price point I will personally stick with LG, those are no means bad TVs in comparison. Tech changes so quickly, next year there's going to be another better one. Look at your pocket see what fits in and get that. I was in similar Sony vs LG boat last year and got the 77" C8 and honestly I don't even remember why I was looking for Sony.
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I have this tv and it has been great. Highly recommend it!
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It has better processing but it's not the best and the LG C9 is just as good. Not to mention that the C9 has better features. Both TVs picture wise are very similar in performance.
The C9 is absolutely a step below based on every review out there.

This is especially true with non-4K content. This TV's superior processing is very noticeable with 1080p sources.

A step is not worth a grand to most, however.
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Yes I agree that it has better processor and upscale is better. But not $1000 better. I would argue that I would rather have hdmi 2.1 features for future tech than the Better upscale capabilities.
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It has better processing but it's not the best and the LG C9 is just as good. Not to mention that the C9 has better features. Both TVs picture wise are very similar in performance.
Professional calibrators would disagree with you...they say it is the best available in the United States

https://www.forbes.com/sites/john...c571e02bb7
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