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Saw Best Buy was having a sale "this weekend only" on the LG OLED 77CXPUA $1200 off the retail price $4999.99 = $3799.99 + tax.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/lg-7...Id=6401914

New Egg has it for $200 less from 3rd party seller. All us SD'ers know that doesn't matter when it comes to the LG warranty. So, please don't ask.

https://www.newegg.com/lg-oled-cx...lsrc=aw.ds NLA

Greentoe.com says the lowest price they have is around $3800. Same price on Amazon.

https://www.greentoe.com/product/...004uSdAIAU

I did a search and nothing came up showing this TV. Maybe it's not a good deal. Thought I'd post it in case it is. Good luck.
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I need to replace my 65" b series with burn in. Darn kids watching gamers on YouTube!

I'm hesitant now of getting an OLED because of burn-in. My tv is the first model OLED from LG from like 2017, has burn in issues been fixed since then?
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I need to replace my 65" b series with burn in. Darn kids watching gamers on YouTube!

I'm hesitant now of getting an OLED because of burn-in. My tv is the first model OLED from LG from like 2017, has burn in issues been fixed since then?

It can't be "fixed" it's inherent to emissive display technology (Plasma had the same thing)

It can be mitigated in 2 ways:

Little tweaks on the TV itself the MFG makes to reduce vulnerabilities- and this does happen year over year but it's pretty minor

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not watching the same thing with static bright logos for thousands of hours- which is entirely on the consumer.


I've got a 2016 set (C6) with over 8000 hours on it, primary PC display, gaming, TV, movies....but 0 burn in as I vary the content and don't leave the same static thing on screen for hundreds/thousands of those hours.

rtings.coms own burn in tests likewise state it's not a concern for folks who generally vary content.

That said-If your new set is likely to be subject to similar amounts of abuse as the old, do not expect significantly different results.
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Yeah I will probably hold off on buying one. The burn in just happened like a month ago after having it since 2017. Never had any issues until the whole time until the kids started watching gamers on YouTube lol. About a week after they started I noticed the objects on the tv.
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Great deal. Though I will probably lose my left ball for buying this.... But totally worth it!
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This deal is worth looking at for people buying the Geek Squad warranty since it covers burn in. For those not interested in the extended warranty, other sellers have it cheaper as stated in the post.
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It's been available for $3500 with no tax on Greentoe for about a week. That's going to be almost $500 cheaper in most states when you factor in tax.

The only reason to buy from BB is because the geek squad warranty is one of the few to cover burn-in.
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Costco same price, better warranty
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I need to replace my 65" b series with burn in. Darn kids watching gamers on YouTube!

I'm hesitant now of getting an OLED because of burn-in. My tv is the first model OLED from LG from like 2017, has burn in issues been fixed since then?
Definitely not the first model. I have a 2015 55EG9100 which I think was second or 3rd gen.
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I need to replace my 65" b series with burn in. Darn kids watching gamers on YouTube!

I'm hesitant now of getting an OLED because of burn-in. My tv is the first model OLED from LG from like 2017, has burn in issues been fixed since then?
I would suggest learning from prior experience and skipping it.
OLED is just not a good choice for your situation.
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I need to replace my 65" b series with burn in. Darn kids watching gamers on YouTube!

I'm hesitant now of getting an OLED because of burn-in. My tv is the first model OLED from LG from like 2017, has burn in issues been fixed since then?
From T3 online. You can search for the article.

OLED TV anti-burn-in techniques

The latest and greatest way to beat burn-in is via selective dimming of the OLED screen purely where a logo is, if it's been on the TV for a while.

This approach is being used by LG in its 2020 TVs, including the LG CX and LG GX, and will be used by Philips in future OLED TVs – we've already seen it in action at a tech demo.

The TV can identify when there's an element that's static, and gently lowers the brightness of the pixels with the logo on (on those in very close proximity). By toning down the logo, the likelihood of the image being burned in is massively lowered – super-simple, and promises to be super-effective.
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Costco same price, better warranty
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If you have amazon store card you get an extra 5% back - total $3562 before tax
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Geek squad warranty is better in regards to OLEDs since it covers burn in
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