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Costco Members: 65" LG CXAUA Series 4K UHD OLED Smart TV Bundle EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has 65" LG CXAUA Series 4K UHD OLED Smart TV + $100 Hulu eGift Card & Allstate Protection Bundle on sale for $1849.99 valid for Costco Members only. Delivery is free (set up is not but available at $19.99). Thanks mD-

Note, must be logged into your Costco account w/ an active membership to purchase.

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native)
  • Smart TV Platform: webOS
  • VESA Mount: 300x200mm
  • Compatible w/ Alexa, Apple AirPlay/HomeKit, Google Assistant
    • Inputs
      • 4x HDMI
      • 3x USB
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Update: Costo deal is now live

https://www.costco.com/lg-65%22-c...57326.html

Update 2: Amazon has priced matched (need to apply $47.00 coupon - see link below)

Purchasing from Costco grants you the following:
2nd Year Warranty (so this is in addition to the All State extended warranty for a total of 5 years)
Free Technical Support
90 Day Return Policy

Using the Costco Anywhere Visa card (Citi) for this purchase will give you an additional 2% off and add another 2 years of warranty for a total of 7 years.

This deal is set to run through 11/22.

Lastly, sign-up to receive a FREE LG XBOOM Go PL5 speaker when you submit your proof of purchase at https://lgtvpromotion.com/

Original Post: Right in time for the launch of the new gaming consoles! I believe that the price for the 65 inch is dropping to $1899 and below at multiple retailers October 28th.

Model: OLED65CXPUA

Refer to Rtings for review of this model: https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/cx-oled

Other retailers:

Amazon ($1849.99 after applying coupon - save additional 5% w/ Prime Visa card):https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0817H41YN

Bestbuy ($1,849.99 w/ my Best Buy member pricing): https://www.bestbuy.com/site/lg-6...Id=6401850

Target ($1899.99 - save additional 5% w/ Red Card): https://www.target.com/p/lg-65-34...nk=sametab OOS

Walmart ($1,896.99):https://www.walmart.com/ip/LG-65-.../683532498
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I bought this TV at a local Costco (Columbia, MD), how do I know that the Allstate warranty is included, it doesn't say on the receipt that it's included, how do I verify this?
I know the Hulu thing is tied to the serial number, so that should be straight forward.

My local Costco ran out of this TV.
They were supposed to give you an AllState envelope thing at Costco when you got the tv. The manager gave me one they had in lockup in the front end. I would contact the Costco or go over there and pick it up. Just show them your receipt and they should give it to you. It has all the info in a little pamphlet thing in the envelope.
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I bought this TV at a local Costco (Columbia, MD), how do I know that the Allstate warranty is included, it doesn't say on the receipt that it's included, how do I verify this?
I know the Hulu thing is tied to the serial number, so that should be straight forward.

My local Costco ran out of this TV.
They were supposed to give you an AllState envelope thing at Costco when you got the tv. The manager gave me one they had in lockup in the front end. I would contact the Costco or go over there and pick it up. Just show them your receipt and they should give it to you. It has all the info in a little pamphlet thing in the envelope.
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Have some series lip syncing issues when gaming on my xbox series x with a vizio 5.1.4 atmos soundbar and the CX. Is it because of my soundbar not having e-arc? Tried all the av adjusting settings and none work.
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Have some series lip syncing issues when gaming on my xbox series x with a vizio 5.1.4 atmos soundbar and the CX. Is it because of my soundbar not having e-arc? Tried all the av adjusting settings and none work.
I am having the same issue with my Sonos Arc even though this CX has eArc option, I tried all the options but it's not resolving. I will call tech support as it's free for first 30 days.
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Although I bought my 65" online, the Allstate warranty should be included on the receipt. I'd call the store to double check if you haven't already.
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They were supposed to give you an AllState envelope thing at Costco when you got the tv. The manager gave me one they had in lockup in the front end. I would contact the Costco or go over there and pick it up. Just show them your receipt and they should give it to you. It has all the info in a little pamphlet thing in the envelope.
Thanks for that info.

The checkout cashiers made an error on the check out of the TV, they were confused why it would let her checkout and asked her manager for an override, and he gladly did it without adding the Allstate warranty. I had to go back to the store for the manager to add it in couple of days. Checkout cashiers need more training.
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Any one care to share the calibration picture settings for this tv?
Another request for calibration settings for this TV, for good PQ and reduce possibility of burn-in.

Any calibration settings that people prefer?
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Edit: Received an email on Dec 5th that said tv will ship Dec 22. I saved enough money that I'm not sweating it. Big Grin

Anyone order online and see a delivery date? Ordered mine on 11/27 and yet to see a delivery date. Thanks in advance!
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Have some series lip syncing issues when gaming on my xbox series x with a vizio 5.1.4 atmos soundbar and the CX. Is it because of my soundbar not having e-arc? Tried all the av adjusting settings and none work.
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I am having the same issue with my Sonos Arc even though this CX has eArc option, I tried all the options but it's not resolving. I will call tech support as it's free for first 30 days.
Isn't that more on the receiver end? I have to make adjustments on my receiver for issues like that. When I don't care to deal with adjusting I just shut off my receiver and listen via my tv.
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What's better this tv or Sony a8h?
Sorry for the late reply. Sony A8H if you want the best picture quality (better image processing on the sony) but for everything else feature wise the LG CX..gysync/varible refresh rate (VRR) for gaming, hdmi 2.1, etc.

I'm a big sony fan but the price and with the lacking features I would wait a new model. But the Sony Acoustic Surface Audio+ on the A9G is pretty sweet. But not sweet enough deal to make the switch at this time.
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Another request for calibration settings for this TV, for good PQ and reduce possibility of burn-in.

Any calibration settings that people prefer?

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Could you please sharing your settings? Thanks!
Hi guys,

Please understand that it will be hard to find anyone to share their calibration settings because it is a dis-service to you guys. Let me explain..

Unfortunately not all TV's of the same model are created equal. I can't "share" my calibration settings because it can potentially make your settings worse. Every TV calibration settings will be different from the manufacturing and will vary depending on the amount of useage. As a former calibrator we pride ourselves on the best picture quality for everyone. But knowing that not all settings fit all we cant make give away the information because it is simply not consistent. Otherwise what's the point of having calibrators coming out to the home when they can do it over the phone?

A pro calibrator that has all the gear can calibrate the tv at anytime. Ideally right away, then again after 1 month, 2-3 months, 6 months, and every year and/or even after every TV update.

For the standard user when I was a calibrator we would recommend a minimum of 200 hours of usage on the TV which can be about 1.5-3 months after purchase because the TV settings like the brightness and color can change.

I had my TV for about a month now and it's still in it's "break-in period"

The Disney World of Wonder (WOW) bluray disc is a good purchase (and affordable option) for simple DYI calibration. It is going for 25 bucks at wally world and is easy to use if you would like more control. But the TV itself already has it's pre-built ISF calibration that I used to be certified in. Looks great, i just fine tuned it to my preferences.

But all in all the standard mode and the ISF bright/dark room modes are already there and look great as is out of the box.

Here is the link to the rtings.com universal calibration settings. Notice you won't find the brightness, color, hue, contrast, sharpness settings because it will vary by TV.

But the guide does a good job of that letting you know what to have enabled and disabled so you can have a more accurate picture (and the reason why). There are so many artificial auto settings that can make the picture look unnatural.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...d/settings

Also to add the screen saver on this TV triggers so often when I have it paused or in idle that i'm not worried about burn-in at all. I forgot and left it on for hours when working from home or being distracted that i'm glad it's there automatically and protects the TV from myself Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)Smilie

Hope this helps.
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Hi guys,

Please understand that it will be hard to find anyone to share their calibration settings because it is a dis-service to you guys. Let me explain..

Unfortunately not all TV's of the same model are created equal. I can't "share" my calibration settings because it can potentially make your settings worse. Every TV calibration settings will be different from the manufacturing and will vary depending on the amount of useage. As a former calibrator we pride ourselves on the best picture quality for everyone. But knowing that not all settings fit all we cant make give away the information because it is simply not consistent. Otherwise what's the point of having calibrators coming out to the home when they can do it over the phone?

A pro calibrator that has all the gear can calibrate the tv at anytime. Ideally right away, then again after 1 month, 2-3 months, 6 months, and every year and/or even after every TV update.

For the standard user when I was a calibrator we would recommend a minimum of 200 hours of usage on the TV which can be about 1.5-3 months after purchase because the TV settings like the brightness and color can change.

I had my TV for about a month now and it's still in it's "break-in period"

The Disney World of Wonder (WOW) bluray disc is a good purchase (and affordable option) for simple DYI calibration. It is going for 25 bucks at wally world and is easy to use if you would like more control. But the TV itself already has it's pre-built ISF calibration that I used to be certified in. Looks great, i just fine tuned it to my preferences.

But all in all the standard mode and the ISF bright/dark room modes are already there and look great as is out of the box.

Here is the link to the rtings.com universal calibration settings. Notice you won't find the brightness, color, hue, contrast, sharpness settings because it will vary by TV.

But the guide does a good job of that letting you know what to have enabled and disabled so you can have a more accurate picture (and the reason why). There are so many artificial auto settings that can make the picture look unnatural.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...d/settings

Also to add the screen saver on this TV triggers so often when I have it paused or in idle that i'm not worried about burn-in at all. I forgot and left it on for hours when working from home or being distracted that i'm glad it's there automatically and protects the TV from myself Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)Smilie

Hope this helps.
Thanks a lot. This helps.
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