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77" LG OLED77CXPUA HDR 4K UHD Smart OLED TV (2020 Model) + $300 Visa GC EXPIRED

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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

Note: Allow 2-4 weeks for Visa Gift Cards delivery. You can also get a free pair of LG Tone HBS-FN4 True Wireless Earbuds by submitting the form here after receiving your TV.

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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$3997 + free s/h -> Now $3797 w/ $300 Visa Gift Card

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  • You can also get a free pair of LG Tone HBS-FN4 True Wireless Earbuds by submitting the form here [lgearbudpromotion.com] after receiving your TV:
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freesynch gaming on the LG CX 65 is kind of ridiculously amazingly good to look at. It looks 3D without glasses, mostly from the colors, but also from the 'fluidity' of the display. There kind of doesn't seem to be "frames". It also looks amazing at 60fps with a non-freesynch card. Just from being an incredible OLED.
Freesync has nothing to do with 3d effect or colors.
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I remember back in 2005 42" 720p LCD TV cost $4200 lol
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Dang. The timing of this doesn't work for me and I'm forced to pass. I'm currently moving and I need a couple weeks at least! Do you guys think there will be a similar deal in November?
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Dang. The timing of this doesn't work for me and I'm forced to pass. I'm currently moving and I need a couple weeks at least! Do you guys think there will be a similar deal in November?
Probably. These will probably be around 3K next year also if I had to guess.
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What am I missing? Why wouldn't you just buy an 8k tv for $4000?
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What am I missing? Why wouldn't you just buy an 8k tv for $4000?
Just because a TV has twice as many "k"s (aka pixels) does not mean it's better. In fact the 8k oleds are having growing pains right now. It's a point of diminishing returns really. Remember, the television's processor has to upscale and drive that many pixels for every single image. That's a lot to ask compared to 4k. Also, the pixels can only get so small before it's pointless and the human eye can't see the difference anyway. I tell it to my father this way: remember the graphing paper from school? Each one of those boxes is like a pixel. The more boxes you fit in the piece of paper, the smaller they have to get. It will get to a point where you can't even see the boxes, right? Maybe some people watch TV from 10 ft away with binoculars though, I don't know. Don't worry about 8k right now.
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Hopefully Vizio brings the prices of the good OLEDs down a bit.

I'll be buying either a 77" LG OLED or the 85" Sony X90 from Costco in the next couple months. Today, I'd probably skip spending the extra $1k+ on the OLED, although I love my 65".
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This is $449 cheaper then Aug 9th Costco price
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Costco's price is now $3,949 as of this morning.
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Maybe i'm just not the videophile some are but i'd rather get two Vizio OLEDs from Costco with their amazing warranty coverage for the same price

Yes, I know they're not available yet
Square trade doesn't cover burn in.

I work at a best buy, and the 77C9 display units just went Open box last week, priced at $3k. Come with same warranty as if new, and can add on the geek squad plan which would cover burn in. Ours is in perfect working shape, but store by store can vary.
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Uh... no you have no idea what you are talking about.
A helpful correction would have been my way to go.
Just because you would state it differently does not make this an insult. Factual statements, and a reasonable explanation of what may be causing the confusion. Peace
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I am waiting on the Vizio P-Series Quantum X 85" to see how it compares to oled. I am going big this time,do not want to settle for less than an LG CX 77" oled but want to check this tv out first to see how it stands up. MSRP $2999
I'm in the same boat foreal but cx 77 is expensive and could use the extra money on a new hdmi 2.1 Denon AVR.
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Square trade doesn't cover burn in.

I work at a best buy, and the 77C9 display units just went Open box last week, priced at $3k. Come with same warranty as if new, and can add on the geek squad plan which would cover burn in. Ours is in perfect working shape, but store by store can vary.
Sadly, there be been waiting for this moment forever and none of my local BB have any (cry).
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