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LG 65" Class - NANO91 Series - 4K UHD LED LCD TV $899.97 (YMMV)

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Online it says $1149.99. I found at the Costco store in Mountain View, CA for $899.99 which is an amazing price for this TV. Hope it's available at other location stores as well.
https://mobilecontent.costco.com/..._Sheet.pdf

https://www.lg.com/us/tvs/lg-65nano91ana-4k-uhd-tv​ [lg.com]

https://www.costco.com/.product.9006591.html

Exactly same specifications as Nano 90 series.
Comparison with Nano 90 series: https://www.zkelectronics.com/com...90una/usa/
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Ymmv!!
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Oled?
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Not a good set for movie watching/HDR content, but good for gaming.
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Oled?
No, it is nanocell.
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Oled?
The title says LCD.
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Bought this for gaming with PS5. A massive upgrade from a 1080 Vizio and I'm not a cinaphile, but I like it. Costco warranty made it a no brainier.
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Needed to make a comment here.

If you were to look at 3 parameters, brightness, contrast and viewing angles, the VA, IPS and OLED panels excel in 2 of the 3 parameters.

If you need the viewing angles, it is OLED or IPS.

If you need brightness, it is the VA.or IPS.

If you need the contrast then it is definitely OLED and bleed over to VA.

I have a bright room, wide seating area, and play games, so this LG Nano cell hits those marks.

There are VA panels by Samsung and Sony that includena layer to increase the viewing angle, which reduces brightness and contrast a slight bit, but you are looking into paying +50% to 100% more for the brightness of this TV.

The drawback for this gaming TV is the dark details, which you may not notice if you do not have a TV to compare side by side.
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Quote from Changuro :
Needed to make a comment here.

If you were to look at 3 parameters, brightness, contrast and viewing angles, the VA, IPS and OLED panels excel in 2 of the 3 parameters.

If you need the viewing angles, it is OLED or IPS.

If you need brightness, it is the VA.or IPS.

If you need the contrast then it is definitely OLED and bleed over to VA.

I have a bright room, wide seating area, and play games, so this LG Nano cell hits those marks.

There are VA panels by Samsung and Sony that includena layer to increase the viewing angle, which reduces brightness and contrast a slight bit, but you are looking into paying +50% to 100% more for the brightness of this TV.

The drawback for this gaming TV is the dark details, which you may not notice if you do not have a TV to compare side by side.
What kind of viewing angles are we talking about with VA? At what angle is there a noticeable degradation in PQ?
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What kind of viewing angles are we talking about with VA? At what angle is there a noticeable degradation in PQ?
https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/i...-vs-va-lcd
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Same price at Costco on Snell Road San Jose, Ca
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Got this tv in Seattle, WA Costco today, They had 3 more left and it was price tagged at $1149 but when they checked on the system it was $899.
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How do you bring it home from costco? Renting u-haul? I only have a compact SUV.
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My location had the Samsung 65" Class - Q8DT Series for the same price and 100$ All-State insurance so I went with that. Keep an eye out for that.
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How do you bring it home from costco? Renting u-haul? I only have a compact SUV.
My crv fit it.
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