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77" LG OLED77C1PUB 4K Smart OLED TV (2021 Model) + $200 Visa GC + 4-Yr Warranty EXPIRED

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BuyDig has 77" LG OLED77C1PUB 4K Smart OLED TV (2021 Model) + $200 Visa Gift Card + 4-Yr Accidental Warranty w/ Burn in Coverage on sale for $3,496.99. Additionally, earn up to 2.5% in Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase when follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native) OLED Motion Pro
  • Processor: α9 Gen 4 Processor 4K
  • HDR: Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG) Dolby Vision IQ
  • G-Sync Compatible
  • Smart Platform: webOS + ThinQ AI
    • Ports:
      • 4x HDMI
      • 3x USB 2.0
      • 1x RF/Cable
      • 1x Ethernet
      • 1x RS-232C
      • 1x Digital Audio Output
      • 1x Headphone Out

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All below include Visa Gift Cards (amount varies based on TV) & 4-Year Accidental Warranty with Burn in Coverage – these are auto-added to cart with the TV's.4-Year Accidental Warranty starts 30 Days after purchase. More info on the warranty here [buydig.com]

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These prices are up to $300 less than previous FP, although smaller GC's value and missing task rabbit install voucher.



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Activities asked this question on 06-11-2021 at 10:10 AM
06-11-2021 at 10:10 AM
As I posted earlier, CPS gets some pretty awful reviews on Amazon from people actually trying to use the coverage so I'd have massive trepidation in calling for a warranty repair. Secondly, maybe I'm missing something, but where is burn in coverage mentioned in the ad? I see screen damage, but I'm assuming that's there because it's an accidental policy and 99% of accidental damage on a TV would be on the screen.
06-16-2021 at 10:37 AM
Burn in coverage is mentioned when you look up the CPS warranty itself: https://www.buydig.com/shop/product/CPSEW45000TVA/CPS-4-Year-Accidental-Television-Extended-Warranty-under-5000-ACC
AJ1988 asked this question on 06-07-2021 at 10:09 AM
06-09-2021 at 09:27 AM
If you buy from an authorized LG dealer, then you have your standard 1 year warranty from the manufacturer. The extended warranty from your CC company is separate and apart from what you get from the manufacturer and relative to the type CC you use. I think i understand what you're asking because for example, I am a Costco member so it gives you an extra extended warranty if you buy using the Costco's Visa Card.
HuyNgu asked this question on 06-07-2021 at 10:09 AM
06-09-2021 at 09:31 AM
Here's a link that'll explain burn-in question:
https://www.howtogeek.com/687180/oled-screen-burn-in-how-worried-should-you-be/
Activities asked this question on 06-10-2021 at 05:07 PM
OrangeSweater391 asked this question on 07-02-2021 at 08:56 AM

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I started watching a lot of comparison videos between the CX, C1, and Sony A80J because I wanted to be sure which one would be the better investment. Here's the notes I've written so far based on the side-by-side comparison videos I've watched:

Clarity/dimensionality: A80J>C1>CX
Motion: C1>CX(?)A80J
Brightness: CX>C1(?)A80J
Gaming: C1>CX>A80J
Reds: C1>A80J>CX
Greens: A80J>C1>CX
Yellows: A80J>C1>CX
Skin tones: C1>CX(?)A80J

It seems that one of the most noticeable differences between the C1 and CX is the reds. The CX displays red as more of an orange-red and the C1 displays purer reds. Also, in the side-by-side comparison, the C1 seemed to have more clarity/detail.
Cable/ Satt provider can barely handle 1080/720 resolution. Current streaming sites can only offer ultra compressed 4K content. Unless they invent a new data compression algorithm that will not degrade content quality. I do not see 8K being of any service to anyone except professionals.
8K is a pipe dream as it stands. Give it a few years at least.

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Pricey.
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Might be time to finally jump in the oled game. Been looking for decent sales on these elft and right and that 4 year accidental makes it a sweet deal.
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Tempting... Are the 2021 models noticeably superior to prior year's model?
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Tempting... Are the 2021 models noticeably superior to prior year's model?
From what I hear they're not that much better. Very slight improvement
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Prices seem reasonable for what you get. I have a 2019 65 CX that I hope to upgrade soon - not sure if I want to wait for the 8k version…content alone has a long way to go.
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Prices seem reasonable for what you get. I have a 2019 65 CX that I hope to upgrade soon - not sure if I want to wait for the 8k version…content alone has a long way to go.
8K is a pipe dream as it stands. Give it a few years at least.
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Tempting... Are the 2021 models noticeably superior to prior year's model?
Here's a youtube link to a comparison of the C1, CX and C9: link [youtube.com]

The superiority is slight.
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Pricey.
It is pricy, but these are widely regarded as the best TVs you can buy today.

That said, if you can find last year's model for a couple hundred less, that's a better value. This year's is better, but not by a lot.
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8K is a pipe dream as it stands. Give it a few years at least.
Cable/ Satt provider can barely handle 1080/720 resolution. Current streaming sites can only offer ultra compressed 4K content. Unless they invent a new data compression algorithm that will not degrade content quality. I do not see 8K being of any service to anyone except professionals.
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It is pricy, but these are widely regarded as the best TVs you can buy today.

That said, if you can find last year's model for a couple hundred less, that's a better value. This year's is better, but not by a lot.
Thanks - I've got the 2019 Q90R QLED from Samsung. Been wanting to make the switch over to LG as I'm pretty fed up with Samsung... These OLEDs look great, and seem slightly better-tailored for gaming but I've stayed away due to burn-in concerns (tend to leave a single game paused for several hours at a time regularly). The 4 yr protection would give me a lot of piece of mind (hopefully their isn't much hassle in filing a claim).
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Prices seem reasonable for what you get. I have a 2019 65 CX that I hope to upgrade soon - not sure if I want to wait for the 8k version…content alone has a long way to go.
Totally agree about 8k content. I have the same model as you btw. Unless we come out with some new type of media format every 8k movie will have to be on multiple discs. I couldn't even imagine how many discs for an extended cut lord of the rings movie lol.

I just hope 8k does not try to force us all to digital…when it does progress. I like actually owning my movies.
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Thanks - I've got the 2019 Q90R QLED from Samsung. Been wanting to make the switch over to LG as I'm pretty fed up with Samsung... These OLEDs look great, and seem slightly better-tailored for gaming but I've stayed away due to burn-in concerns (tend to leave a single game paused for several hours at a time regularly). The 4 yr protection would give me a lot of piece of mind (hopefully their isn't much hassle in filing a claim).
Burn in is a possibility with OLED, yes, but real world tests have shown it to be less likely than you expect. And I can't speak to PlayStation, but Xbox goes into a screen saver if you leave it alone for very long, and the TV itself has some protection measures for static screens.

That said, if you intend to leave the game paused for several hours, consider turning off the TV. If nothing else you'll save a bunch of electricity.
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