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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native) OLED Motion Pro
  • Processor: α9 Gen 3 Processor 4K
  • HDR: Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG), Dolby Vision IQ, HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro
  • G-Sync Compatible
  • Smart Platform: webOS
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB 2.0
    • 1x RF/Cable
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x RS-232C
    • 1x Digital Audio Output
    • 1x Headphone Out
77" LG OLED77GXPUA GX 4K Smart OLED TV (2020) Model + $540 in Visa Gift Cards $5497. Shipping is free.
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No one in their right mind is paying almost $5000 for a old technology 4K TV when they have a top of the line 8K 75 inch Samsung TV for the same price
You are welcome! Happy 8K purchases
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...of=openbox
This must be the dumbest post I've ever seen for a TV.... You get an award for that.
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Many people with expensive TVs don't care for bulky receivers or busy surround sound speakers. That's why soundbars have taken over the world. You'll continue to see higher end audio as part of higher end TVs.
Negative. Soundbars taken over the world since people live is smaller places and don't have the means to get expensive receivers, they don't have the expertise or knowledge on acoustics, setup, etc. They want to spend $200 to hear better than tv speakers. That's where it stops. Physics won't allow front soundbars to replace surround sound setup.

Now, if people really have money to burn and care about aesthetics, they get the wall frame model for 10k, but even that sports electronics for sound and picture that you can't hide:

https://www.lg.com/us/tvs/lg-OLED...oled-4k-tv

For rest of us "poor" Smilie folks, we do trust our Pioneer Elites/Denon and likes to help provide satisfying growl while an explosion occurs in a movie raising our cheap persian rugs off the floor while our Velodynes scare neighbors 1 mile away ... We don't care for tv decoding the sound.
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Here https://www.abctvs.com/prodinfo.p...LED77CXPUA
this TV is being sold for $3439
Is this a fake store?
ABCtv's are not an authorized LG dealer. Buydig is.

https://www.lg.com/us/authorizedd..._retailers

"Products purchased from retailers not authorized by LG may not be eligible for warranty or these other benefits."

In fact scroll down to the "unauthorized" dealer list and ABCtv is 3rd from the top.

THAT being said, I found a shocking number of "unauthorized" dealers that are regularly posted here on SD. Including Abe's of Maine, Adorama, Beach Audio, Greentoe, etc etc. Which I thought were all reputable dealers. Bizarre.

*edit - just realized Beach Audio is not the same as Beach Camera. Too many similar names on that list
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Many people with expensive TVs don't care for bulky receivers or busy surround sound speakers. That's why soundbars have taken over the world. You'll continue to see higher end audio as part of higher end TVs.
Rich people that buy $5k TVs have the option of expensive in-wall systems and all the AV gear and amps are hidden in a closet somewhere. There are some decent soundbars out there (Sonos for one, $500+) but even a bottom of the line el cheapo Yamaha AVR + cheap speaker setup blows those away.
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ABCtv's are not an authorized LG dealer. Buydig is.

https://www.lg.com/us/authorizedd..._retailers

"Products purchased from retailers not authorized by LG may not be eligible for warranty or these other benefits."

In fact scroll down to the "unauthorized" dealer list and ABCtv is 3rd from the top.

THAT being said, I found a shocking number of "unauthorized" dealers that are regularly posted here on SD. Including Abe's of Maine, Adorama, Beach Audio, Greentoe, etc etc. Which I thought were all reputable dealers. Bizarre.

*edit - just realized Beach Audio is not the same as Beach Camera. Too many similar names on that list
Unauthorized doesn't matter much. ABCtv is a scam site tho. Don't buy from them.
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No one in their right mind is paying almost $5000 for a old technology 4K TV when they have a top of the line 8K 75 inch Samsung TV for the same price
You are welcome! Happy 8K purchases
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...of=openbox
Who cares about 8k? Oled>qled, fool
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Big drawback of the new CX compared to C9 is the lack of DTS decoder for audio.
Who gives a sht.
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How are returns (if you get a panel with stuck pixels, banding, etc)?
On a previous experience with buydig/beach camera, they pay for return shipping if defective. I had a stuck green pixel on an OLED from them and the process was pretty easy. They did offer me $$ to keep the TV and fix it under LG warranty (replacement panel), but I elected not to do that.

One word of caution though is keep the box. They will not accept it if you don't have the box with the correct SN.
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So un-encoded DTS can't pass from the TV (whether from a video app on the TV like Netflix or from something plugged into the TV's hdmi sockets like a ps5) to the receiver via eARC and then be encoded by the receiver is that correct?
I write a huge answer to the question and it didn't post lol! I don't own the cx but from what I've read no it will not for for either. I own the c9 and don't have any issues except with native apps earc Dolby Atmos. This is why I use an nvidia shield for all my streaming apps. Native apps only send lousy Dolby Atmos dd+ while the c9 is able to pass through True-HD 7.1 at 48khz sound via earc to my Denon avr-x4500h. These companies have been doing some shady crap like removing center spread in our avrs. Thing is most users don't care about any of this but the ones that do need to make sure they are making the right purchase especially when a TV costs $5k.
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Who gives a sht.
umm, people who want audio using the built in apps and sending it to their receiver.
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I write a huge answer to the question and it didn't post lol! I don't own the cx but from what I've read no it will not for for either. I own the c9 and don't have any issues except with native apps earc Dolby Atmos. This is why I use an nvidia shield for all my streaming apps. Native apps only send lousy Dolby Atmos dd+ while the c9 is able to pass through True-HD 7.1 at 48khz sound via earc to my Denon avr-x4500h. These companies have been doing some shady crap like removing center spread in our avrs. Thing is most users don't care about any of this but the ones that do need to make sure they are making the right purchase especially when a TV costs $5k.
Thank you so much for the reply, I really appreciate it!

I've got no problem dropping $100 for a streaming box to solve the apps problem if needed. My concern is using eARC for a PS5 that's directly connected to a C9 or CX and then passing high quality audio to the receiver via eARC. Is that really not possible with this setup? I'm only running 5.1 as I have to small a room for anything else to be worthwhile (7ft ceiling so Atmos is pointless), I just want the highest quality audio I can get plus a top end gaming experience - 4K/120/VRR/HDR. What's really aggravating is that even the new Denon X series, which are meant to be designed for gaming, only have one port that works for that standard, so you can't even buy their flagship receiver and have both a gaming PC with an upcoming 3000 series nvidia HDMI 2.1 card in it AND a PS5 or Series X. Seems bizarre!
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Thank you so much for the reply, I really appreciate it!

I've got no problem dropping $100 for a streaming box to solve the apps problem if needed. My concern is using eARC for a PS5 that's directly connected to a C9 or CX and then passing high quality audio to the receiver via eARC. Is that really not possible with this setup? I'm only running 5.1 as I have to small a room for anything else to be worthwhile (7ft ceiling so Atmos is pointless), I just want the highest quality audio I can get plus a top end gaming experience - 4K/120/VRR/HDR. What's really aggravating is that even the new Denon X series, which are meant to be designed for gaming, only have one port that works for that standard, so you can't even buy their flagship receiver and have both a gaming PC with an upcoming 3000 series nvidia HDMI 2.1 card in it AND a PS5 or Series X. Seems bizarre!
You are absolutely correct with the new denon line. This year is I guess a transition year for hdmi 2.1 and not even at full 48gb bandwidth. I'm not absolutely sure about the cx but I will tell you my experience with my equipment. I own a c9 77 oled, Denon avr-x4500h, 2019 nvidia shield pro, Xbox one x, directv 4k receiver and synology 918+ running plex server. I can stream Netflix, Amazon prime video, play games via Xbox one x and most importantly watch all my 4k ripped movies from my plex server to my 5.2.4 Klipsch home theater with full true-HD 7.1 Dolby Atmos at 48khz. All my equipment is going straight to the c9 and then back to avr via earc using 48gb rated hdmi cables (not certified cables of course because I don't think they exist yet). I am extremely happy with my setup, my TV looks amazing, movies are better than going to local theater and playing call of duty feels like I'm actually at war.... 😂. My wife thinks it's actually gunfire in the house when I cranked it up. I did a lot of homework and made some mistakes along the way but my current setup is everything I thought it would be.
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The OLED is fresh, local, sustainable, naturally raised, organic, non-GMO, fair-trade, and responsibly grown.

The LED is almost half the price per pound.
Such a win comment thanks for the laugh.
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There are no hdmi 2.1 receivers that can pass through 8k 60 or 4k 120 so you are instructing people to utilize something that doesn't exist yet. Even the new denon receivers(not out yet) will only have one hdmi 2.1 input capable of this. So basically either you have all your equipment go through your receiver and at best have room for one new game console/pc, to meet full potential. Or you send everything to your shiny new TV, earc back to receiver and lose dts. Hey maybe none of these people care about maximizing their new tv's potential and I'm not saying you are wrong but you gotta give the whole story.
Totally fair; but at $4,000... you are using something that it normally isn't used for. If you spend $4k, you are also likely either rich and don't even know what DTS decoding is OR you're an audiophile and realize that you don't use a TV for audio.

I agree with what you said too. My reason wasn't to deceive people, just to show that a DTS decoder shouldn't be something to not buy this for what it is, to display an image...
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