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aaaauniverse via eBay has 77" LG OLED77C9PUB 4K UHD HDR AI ThinQ Smart OLED TV (2019 Model) for $2999. Shipping is free. Thanks ShaiMati

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K)
  • Panel Type: OLED
  • α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor, LG ThinQ AI
  • HDR 10, Wi-Fi 802.11ac + Bluetooth 5.0, Smart TV
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x RF
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Optical Audio
    • 1x RS-232C
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LG C9PUB 77" Class HDR 4K UHD Smart OLED TV. This 76.7" OLED TV features a native resolution of 3840 x 2160, allowing you to view detailed UHD images, and the enhanced black and contrast levels of OLED technology helps colors seem more vibrant. HDR capability provides a wider color gamut and increased brightness with compatible content and devices.
As a smart TV with Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity, you'll have access to the LG Content Store to download apps, plus a full web browser for internet surfing. You can control the C9PUB with just your voice through your Amazon Alexa- or Google Assistant-enabled device. Its four HDMI inputs allow you to connect your digital HD sources, such as HD cable/satellite boxes or game consoles.

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jaybone909 asked this question on 11-24-2020 at 06:09 PM
11-25-2020 at 05:58 AM
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sdchrismack asked this question on 11-24-2020 at 05:28 PM
11-25-2020 at 05:09 PM
No its not authorized, see list of authorized sellers: https://www.lg.com/us/authorizeddealers/lg_online_authorized_retailers

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Chill my dude. Some of us don't live here. Thanks for the help. It's gonna be ok...
That was just yesterday!!!!

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I still watch a lot of old tv shows that are standard definition. Is that a good reason to get 65" instead of 77", anyone? Sitting distance is about 10 feet
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Many thanks. I've got "hawk vision" also, with glasses on. We watch more than 50% standard definition material, so I think I'll stick with the 65 inch. I have a wall mount that allows us to move the TV about 2 feet forward from the wall. So I can move the TV forward if we are watching 4K material and maybe get close to the same cinematic effect as the 77 inch. It's a difficult decision because I expect not to upgrade this TV for 10 to 15 years. We are still using our 15-year-old Panasonic plasma TV at this point. 5 years from now I could see myself wishing I had got the 77 inch. Ack. Maybe I'll wait another year to let the prices of the 77 inch come down. Right now you pay such a premium for that extra 12 inches.
Honestly, I think the only good reason to get 65" over 77" is because you can't afford it, you don't have enough room for it, or if you're sitting only 5' away. Particularly if you're going to keep the TV for 10+ years.

SD looks like SD - I don't expect it to look good, so it looking slightly less good doesn't bother me as I watch it for the content, not to sit there and count the pixels.

But having a bigger TV anytime you're watching a movie or a recent show, especially anything with HDR, just makes for a cinematic experience at home - even better, as many cinemas don't have HDR projectors.

I can't argue with waiting another year for 77" prices to come down, that's what I'm doing. We have a 65" now, and I look forward to being able to upgrade to a 77". Hopefully next year...

But when you finally get an OLED and watch something in HDR, you will not believe the difference from your 15-year-old Panasonic plasma - going from my 13-year-old Panasonic plasma to an LG OLED with HDR feels like a bigger jump than going from a cheap LCD to the plasma. So whenever you make the jump to OLED, I think you'll be amazed. Smilie
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I am not trying to be a smart aleck but what you expect and what will occur are two different things.
Very few lucky people will get to keep their TVs longer than 5 years.
Nowadays, TVs are built to be disposable.

*Cue.... the people bragging about still rocking their 10+ TVs.
Yeah... that was TVs built before 2014
I feel like this is more due to the recent advances in TVs, such as the addition of HDR, than due to TVs dying. Our 5.5 year-old Vizion E65 is still going strong, but it now looks like crap compared to a 3-year-old LG OLED - particularly when you bring HDR into the picture. I expect it'll be replaced by an HDR hand-me-down TV before it ever dies.
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C9 - 48gbps
CX - 40gbps

CX in that respect is a downgrade.
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That was just yesterday!!!!

Peace
And I wasn't here, nor did it trigger my alert.

But cool story bro. Thanks again. Stay safe!
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Won't have to worry about the unemployed gamers spending their life savings on PS5 buying these out.
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Many thanks. I've got "hawk vision" also, with glasses on. We watch more than 50% standard definition material, so I think I'll stick with the 65 inch. I have a wall mount that allows us to move the TV about 2 feet forward from the wall. So I can move the TV forward if we are watching 4K material and maybe get close to the same cinematic effect as the 77 inch. It's a difficult decision because I expect not to upgrade this TV for 10 to 15 years. We are still using our 15-year-old Panasonic plasma TV at this point. 5 years from now I could see myself wishing I had got the 77 inch. Ack. Maybe I'll wait another year to let the prices of the 77 inch come down. Right now you pay such a premium for that extra 12 inches.
Get the biggest, best one you can find for the money. Pair your SD content with the latest Nvidia Shield TV. It has an A.I. Upscaling feature that will make even SD content look amazing. No other device can match it, and while Sony's and even LG's handling of SD video is excellent, the Shield TV's is much better. Reviewers and customers have raved about it. Strongly recommended!
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I'm wanting to get the best deal possible and have read both models are basically the same with the exception of the C9 being brighter. $500 difference is a big enough difference to lug the CX back lol
Meh, I get returning something to save a buck, but if it's been opened or going to cost the seller a lot of money I think it's pretty weasely to return a TV solely to save a little money. These kinds of returns are part of the reason Costco changed their return policy on TVs and other electronics years ago.
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Ugh this or return my CX to Costco?
Really? I would trust Costco a million times more than this random seller on eBay! 🥺
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Meh, I get returning something to save a buck, but if it's been opened or going to cost the seller a lot of money I think it's pretty weasely to return a TV solely to save a little money. These kinds of returns are part of the reason Costco changed their return policy on TVs and other electronics years ago.
Normally I would agree but I also have been paying a yearly executive membership since 99 so 🤷🏼 ♂️
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Return your 77" CX to Costco solely because a previous year's model sold on Ebay is cheaper? Or are you wanting to go from a 65" to a 77"?
actually C9 is superior than CX in every way except the perceived shorter life span.
it is brighter, has full bandwidth HDMI 2.1, and most importantly, it support DTS so you don't have rely on sheild TV to play those DTS contents.

at 500 dollar difference, the perceived shorter life span is quite acceptable.
if this were a month ago, i would have bought this over costco CX.
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Can someone give me a reason not to get this? Been waiting forever for them to hit sub-$3000 and not sure what the other models that people are calling out may offer.
Depends on where you live. I'm in California. Flat rate shipping is from Florida. Chances likely it is shipped by truck. Bouncing in the back of a truck, loaded, unloaded, loaded, unloaded. loaded, unloaded, loaded, unloaded. Then it arrives after getting smashed and bounced all that way to find out it's damaged. Try to get a refund, only AFTER you ship it back. Return shipping is your dime, but maybe refunded once they receive it. Then they claim you didn't ship it right, blah, blah, blah. No thank you. Worth the extra 10% to get it local from Costco with almost instant exchange and zero hassle for return and refund.
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I am hoping Sony A9G 77 hits sub 3k mark. Any chances?
Was gonna pick up an open box A9G from BestBuy a couple weeks ago for $3k until I came across the new C9 for $2700 at Sam's Club.
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Yes, combined with my 65" vs 77" struggle
40% bigger screen. 77 for sure if you can afford it.
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