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Sony MASTER A9G 77" Class HDR 4K UHD Smart OLED TV (2019) (auth dealer) + Free S/H $3999

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An authorized dealer via Greentoe.com [greentoe.com] is currently accepting offers of $3,999 for Sony 77" XBR-77A9G OLED TV. Free Shipping included.

Note, these Sony TV's are sold and shipped by an authorized Sony dealer and is eligible for full manufacturer warranty.

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1. Visit the product

2. Enter your offer of $3,999 into the "Enter Your Price" box and hit continue.

3. Fill out your information, your card will not be charged until your offer is accepted.

4. Note: Payment information is not required to submit your first offer on Greentoe. Payment will be required within 24-hours of your offer being accepted.

Your total will be $3,999 with free shipping once your offer is accepted.

https://www.greentoe.com/product/...77A9G_4599

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why would anyone get this when they can get 77 c9 anytime for $3599? rting gives this tv 8.6 vs 8.8 for c9.
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why would anyone get this when they can get 77 c9 anytime for $3599? rting gives this tv 8.6 vs 8.8 for c9.
It depends on what you use it for. Sony is very good with upscaling and c9 is good for gaming. For movies and general content Sony a9 is very good. Again that doesn't justify such a big price difference. But depending on the use case I would go with either and not just based on price.
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why would anyone get this when they can get 77 c9 anytime for $3599? rting gives this tv 8.6 vs 8.8 for c9.
Its worth the difference if you are using the TV for mostly movies
The picture processing of this TV combined with the OLED black levels is amazing
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"Your total will be $4599 or $2449 with free shipping once your offer is accepted."

What does this mean? You mean for the 65" and 77" with tax?
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Tempting but with Vizios OLED line being released this fall I may wait.
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"Your total will be $4599 or $2449 with free shipping once your offer is accepted."

What does this mean? You mean for the 65" and 77" with tax?
Typo, sorry. It's $3,999 with tax (edited OP).
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Audio (in screen speakers) should be better, and you have slightly more premium design / build quality / movie picture processing / brand vs the C9 I think. Not suggesting one vs the other, just pointing out differences. For gaming C9 is the clear winner (disclosure, I'm waiting for my C9 to arrive - also ordered through Greentoe).

A very good review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bnf72NR2NU
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Tempting but with Vizios OLED line being released this fall I may wait.
Vizio versus Sony upscaling/picture processing
If Sony remains superior over Vizio like it has done in the last no need to wait....if this TV is in your budget

No doubt the Vizio will be cheaper though
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Vizio versus Sony upscaling/picture processing
If Sony remains superior over Vizio like it has done in the last no need to wait....if this TV is in your budget

No doubt the Vizio will be cheaper though
It's a hard call. I'm in the same boat. And if a like-for-like is $1k+ difference (with a slight difference in upscaling). I will opt for Vizio.
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It's a hard call. I'm in the same boat. And if a like-for-like is $1k+ difference (with a slight difference in upscaling). I will opt for Vizio.
Currently...there is more than a slight different in Vizio's and top of line Sony Tv's in regards to upscaling
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Vizio versus Sony upscaling/picture processing
If Sony remains superior over Vizio like it has done in the last no need to wait....if this TV is in your budget

No doubt the Vizio will be cheaper though
The more and more companies that start offering OLED, like Vizio eventually, this will drive prices down across the board. If you don't need it now, better off waiting
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The more and more companies that start offering OLED, like Vizio eventually, this will drive prices down across the board. If you don't need it now, better off waiting
Everyone is using LG OLED panels (including Sony and Vizio), so don't expect much drop.

Vizio also doesn't have a 77" version.
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The more and more companies that start offering OLED, like Vizio eventually, this will drive prices down across the board. If you don't need it now, better off waiting

The market is pretty saturated already with three brands making OLEDs from LG panels

I also hear that LG is not making money on their OLED panels at this time...so dont expect the mass price drops
There will be trickles but not mass drops like there were 3-4 years ago
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Waiting for a deal on a Sony 65" OLED. They are hard to come by. From my research, Sony is great at upscaling, motion rendering and color accuracy. LG is better for gaming and cheaper. Does anyone knows if the Master Series OLED like this have eARC?
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