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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
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      • 1x Digital Audio Output
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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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8k is pointless unless you go large screen and capable projector.

Any effect of 4k over 2k is debatable unless 85"+ screen and at a reasonable close distance.

Wide color palate, hdr, brightness, inky blacks, calibration will produce more noticeable effects.
i guess we will see. the same thing was said about 4k back in the day.
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If anybody is curious, I just submitted a lowball offer of $2,800 on Verde Toe and just received a counter offer of $3,199 OTD (no tax or shipping). Looks like I will have to pay $238.99 for the same 4 Year protection but it looks like I will still come out better than this deal. I am just waiting to get a response from the rep regarding how long the delivery timeframe will be.
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is anyone able to add this to cart? shows unavailable for me.
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is anyone able to add this to cart? shows unavailable for me.
It does show unavailable for me as well.
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If anybody is curious, I just submitted a lowball offer of $2,800 on Verde Toe and just received a counter offer of $3,199 OTD (no tax or shipping). Looks like I will have to pay $238.99 for the same 4 Year protection but it looks like I will still come out better than this deal. I am just waiting to get a response from the rep regarding how long the delivery timeframe will be.
If you happen to live on the west coast, I got this from Video Only for 3100 OTD 4 year warranty and delivery with basic setup. They delivered the next day. YMMV. The TV is awesome, my first OLED.
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deal dead??
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If you happen to live on the west coast, I got this from Video Only for 3100 OTD 4 year warranty and delivery with basic setup. They delivered the next day. YMMV. The TV is awesome, my first OLED.
I was born and raised in Los Angeles but now live in TX so I don't have any of those nearby. This will be my first OLED also, I am so excited!!
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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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Did the 2699 price for C1 77 inch include tax ? I called last week and got 2800 price+tax quote from one of them in SF Bay area. Can you also mention which shop it was ?

Also is the extended warranty for Warrantech ?
Yes, it did include tax. So grand total was about ~$2900. The Video Only shop that I got it from was from Tacoma, WA store. I'm not 100% on who is fulfilling that warranty. I asked what to do if I wanted to invoke the warranty, they said to just keep the receipt handy and go back to the store if I needed a repair.
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I have tax on this deal so it ends up being $3,541 for me. I can also get the 77' Sony A80J for $3,499 shipped/tax free, but no extended warranty. Wondering which to go for…
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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.
I am in this exact situation deciding whether to replace q90r with this deal
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Did anyone try offering at Toe. I am sure it must be around $3K including shipping and there is no tax ( I am assuming from my recent Sony 77 inch A80J purchase).

I initially bought LG C1 77 inch using this link on Friday. Unfortunately (or Fortunately), the credit card did not go through. And by the time, I realized, they were closed already. So my order of C1 got cancelled. I was looking for reviews of C1 on youtube, and found people compared it Sony A80J. In Allmost all reviews , A80J was superior than C1, except if someone is buying it exclusively for gaming. I mainly use it for movies and sometimes TV shows. Have good collection of DTS-X movies as well, which LG does not support.

I personally went to BBY and compared PQ of both 77 inches from similar source. It was noticeable difference. There is a 3D pop in PQ in Sony, even comparing OLED to OLED, you can see the clear difference. I am glad, the order did not go through. Called them back and placed order of Sony A80J. Found another post in A80J post that people were able to get Sony A80J 77 inch for $3033 including tax and shipping, which is very good price IMO.

Again, I am not against LG or fan of Sony. Just my 2 cents from my recent experience if that can be useful to someone to save little bit more money (thats why we are here on SD, lol)..
That was my $3033 price and I got the TV in yesterday, 12 days after purchase. I have to say that you are 100% correct, there is a pop in the Sony picture that makes it far more powerful than the LG. I had a 65" LG E7 oled before this and while I loved the overall picture quality, it did always lack some in brightness. This Sony shines. I actually checked the settings thinking it must be on Vivid and 100% brightness, but it was on normal and 48%. It could be that the larger size is making it stand out more, but my eyes are telling me there is a vast improvement that I really didn't expect.
And when dealing with the Toe you don't have to jump at the first offer. I offered 3033 and was countered at 3099. By any logic I should have accepted, it was only $66 more and i was saving $700, but I held off and the next afternoon my offer was accepted. I have to think the C1 should be available for something similar.
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got my Sony 77in OLED in december for $1600 delivered

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The only people who talk about burn-in at this point are people who have never owned an OLED. I've had two, neither has had anything close to burn-in. It's an automatic defense for Samsung owners at this point.

Granted, microLED is coming along nicely, but it's still not perfect and I'd rather have an OLED over an imperfect microled setup
I've had OLEDs for while now, starting with the 65EG9600, then later the 55C6 and then a 65C7, all three have had burn in. I'm in the process of replacing the 65" with the 85" QN90A in another thread now. Burn in on the C7 was caused by the 8 year old leaving it on a static Disney + image while I was at work one day - resulting in 'Disney lion king' burned into the right hand side of the screen. The other two cases were from watching news channels with a lot of static images in the lower part of the screen. I prefer the picture quality and features of the OLED, but for me, burn in has been far MORE prevalent. If the new 5 year warranty on the G series line ends up covering burn in I may be drawn back. Just my experience.
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