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BuyDig has 77" LG OLED77CXPUA HDR 4K UHD Smart OLED TV w/ ThinQ AI (2020 Model) + $300 in Visa Gift Cards on sale for $3,796.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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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
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Should be out 09/13/2020

Side note, Vizio panels are made by LG

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/vizi...Id=6416848
Of course all big oled panels are made by lg
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Planing to pull the plug parkergwen.com - with the coupon getting it for $3417.00
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Best Buy matched buy dig in feb when I bought oled 77" c9. I opened Best Buy credit card and got 10% back in rewards.
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Short of paying tens of thousands more for a TV, 77" is the largest OLED available at normal consumer level prices.

You can get the 65" CX for just over $2K if you want. I don't anticipate the Vizio will be anywhere close to the LG in PQ when it comes out... at least at first. I am very anxious to see it though. Should be interesting and hopefully will help nudge LG and Sony to drop their prices a bit on their OLEDs.
would LG really undercut themselves by selling their panel to a 3rd party?
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Any thoughts on the Hisense 100LF5 - 2020 model now available at Amazon for $4000 + Tax? It comes with an ambient light rejecting 100" screen.
No OLED related issues of burn-ins or dead pixels. Lamp life however is 25K hours

https://www.amazon.com/Laser-Smart-TV-Inch-HD/dp/B083SC8HLB/ref=sr_1_5?crid=LCB84QZH99TL&dchild=1&ke... [amazon.com]
This is not a TV. It's a short throw projector with a screen.

There are no reviews on Amazon. The listing don't mention things like light output, contrast etc.

Since we are talking about OLED(which is probably is the best TV) ... I bet this projector would be a huge disappointment.
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would LG really undercut themselves by selling their panel to a 3rd party?

They already sell to 3rd parties- who do you think makes the OLED panel in Sonys OLED sets? LG.
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They already sell to 3rd parties- who do you think makes the OLED panel in Sonys OLED sets? LG.
thats fine and all, but thats not my point. sony is generally more expensive and doesnt undercut LG's pricepoints. however, you dont see OLED panels below the cost of LG OLED TV's, since its literally the only OLED TV panel maker out there for north america. panasonic and philips make their own panels for OLED tv's for different countries, but it doesnt look like they want to compete with LG in the states. which begs the question, will LG allow Visio to undercut them and sell a lower priced OLED TV, or will LG sell them panels at a higher price to maintain pricepoint dominance? it would have been nice if samsung stuck with OLED, but i guess it's a dead end for them with MicroLED moving forward, slowly, at a snails pace.
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thats fine and all, but thats not my point. sony is generally more expensive and doesnt undercut LG's pricepoints. however, you dont see OLED panels below the cost of LG OLED TV's, since its literally the only OLED TV panel maker out there for north america. panasonic and philips make their own panels for OLED tv's for different countries, but it doesnt look like they want to compete with LG in the states. which begs the question, will LG allow Visio to undercut them and sell a lower priced OLED TV, or will LG sell them panels at a higher price to maintain pricepoint dominance?.

I mean, we know for a fact LG is selling OLED panels to vizio.

And we know for a fact their announced MSRPs are lower than LGs.

So I guess I don't understand why you still think any of this is a question.


Also not sure why you think Philips makes their own panels-

https://www.oled-info.com/taxonomy/term/89/all

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Philips will bring its OLED 804 TVs to the US. The 804 Series uses LG's 55" and 65" WRGB OLEDs
To my knowledge Samsung doesn't make large OLED screens either- just small ones (like for phones and such)
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Hey SD staff, can you do us a favor and post some actual deals instead of sponsored garbage that is basically akin to MSRP? Thanks!
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I mean, we know for a fact LG is selling OLED panels to vizio.

And we know for a fact their announced MSRPs are lower than LGs.

So I guess I don't understand why you still think any of this is a question.


Also not sure why you think Philips makes their own panels-

https://www.oled-info.com/taxonomy/term/89/all



To my knowledge Samsung doesn't make large OLED screens either- just small ones (like for phones and such)
Samsung is going to make a fusion of OLED and QLED for 2021. QD-OLED
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Samsung is going to make a fusion of OLED and QLED for 2021. QD-OLED

...MAYBE 2022 if at all.


http://www.businesskorea.co.kr/ne...dxno=50853

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It has recently supplied prototypes of QD-OLED TVs to Samsung Electronics' TV division, Sony, and Panasonic, according to market research firm Omdia.

On the premise that there will be a company that will accept Samsung Display's offer, Omdia predicted that mass-production of QD-OLED panels could start as early as the third quarter of 2021.

However, it is uncertain whether Samsung Electronics, which is at the top of the potential customer list, will adopt QD-OLED panels as the global TV giant is considering promoting mini-LED TVs as a major new product for 2021.

"Samsung Electronics has already decided on a TV lineup that it will release next year," an industry analyst said. "If Samsung Electronics decides to adopt QD-OLED panels, it will be able to release QD-OLED TVs in 2022 at the earliest, I think."
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