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LG OLED's w/ 4-Year Accidental Warranty: 65" OLED65C1PUB + $100 Visa GC

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Update: Now available with new price drops on the 65" and 77" A1 Series models.

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darabo asked this question on 07-30-2021 at 09:49 AM
07-30-2021 at 09:49 AM
If you're a gamer, yes. In general yes. If $150 is a deal breaker, CX is still great.
07-30-2021 at 09:49 AM
Yes!!! It has a new feature to minimize the risk of burn-in… or so I read.
LivelySoda131 asked this question on 08-02-2021 at 04:26 PM
08-17-2021 at 10:28 AM
Doesnt look like they cconsider buydig a major online retailer so, i dont think so: https://www.bestbuy.com/site/help-topics/best-buy-price-match-guarantee/pcmcat297300050000.c?id=pcmcat297300050000 Its worth an online chat tho which would be pretty painless.
12-12-2021 at 09:33 AM
BestBuy denied price match under the rule "Products shipped from or sold by third-party sellers on websites" for this deal.
dealsaregood asked this question on 08-02-2021 at 10:43 AM
08-02-2021 at 10:43 AM
C1. Theyre mostly the same so either will make you happy, but CX should run a few hundred less.
TinMan024 asked this question on 08-16-2021 at 07:38 PM

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Where is G1 deal?
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Best Buy just dropped to $2100 for the 65" while subsequently raising the CX to $2k lol
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I picked up the CX 77inch OLED today from Microcenter for $2499.00. After much consideration and comparison to the C1 I decided to pull the trigger. I still may return it if I can get more intel on the specs of the new OLED models coming next year. I'm not sure if there will be a lower price on this. I really wanted to like the C1 and wait for a price drop but after hours of watching youtube comparisons with both models either looking and performing near identical, l decided to go w the older model. $800 more is not worth it and I am so deadset against the LG C1 after seeing different comparisons because the picture does not pop and seems smoothed over as if its being overprocessed. Its definitely not as bright as the CX and as a result didn't seem to depict the deep colors of the CX. I would agree there are other tweeks that would add some advantages to the C1 but nothing to do with overall gaming (a few milliseconds quicker) and overall picture. If I did not purchase the CX, I would have skipped the C1 generation and waited for the next generation to launch and eventually drop this low in price which would be too long to wait! I only wish Sony would get up to speed with their OLEDs and add VRR. I have too buy an LG OLED vs a Sony OLED to have a better gaming experience with my PS5!
I'm pretty much in the same boat. I was able to get on on that Micro Center deal. I price matched at Best Buy, and I mounted my CX recently. I like the colors a bit more on the C1, and I wanted the bigger size - 77'. The fact that you get four HDMI 2.1 inputs with ALLM, VRR, and 4K 120 is icing on the cake. I love the Sony TVs I own, but they have to get their act together when it comes to providing gaming features on your TVs. I wouldn't want to have to buy a HDMI 2.1 receiver for added gaming functionality. The first compatible receiver is close to $1600...
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Last week when I was looking for the C1 65, I got quote from Verde Toe for $1,950 delivered, just in case you have to pay tax for this deal, take a look there.
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Bummer that there's no 48" C1 available from BuyDig. Missed the boat on the Microcenter deal last week and was hoping for something similar soon. I need a new set for my sun room and I cannot go any bigger than 50" due to the placement of some windows.
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Isnt mini led supposed to be cheaper to produce and fix for burn-in? Why are people still dropping $2k on dated tech?
Mini-LED while being better than regular full array dimming LED TV's, are not as good as OLED's in terms of overall picture quality. There are disadvantages and advantages to both techs and Mini-LED closes the gap, but the consensus seems to be that OLED is still the best available technology in terms of picture quality. So it's not 'dated tech' by any means. In fact, it's literally the opposite. If you read some industry reports it seems even traditionally LCD manufacturers like Samsung are going to jump into the OLED bandwagon because LCD manufacturing is not getting any cheaper while OLED has become cheap enough to almost erase the manufacturing cost differential (at least in the high end TV market). And LCDs cannot compete with OLED in picture quality and so they are losing ground.

Now, Micro-LEDs may one day close the gap entirely but it is still some ways out. There are some other competing technologies as well in the race for the best next-gen tech, so who knows which one will win out. TV technology changes every few years and OLED may not continue to be the top technology. But for now, there is no better tech available today.
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About 3 to 3 and 1/2 months left before the thanksgiving sales kick in. Wondering whether it's worth waiting till then. Getting close enough that it's not going to be too painful a wait. Prices this year seem to have fallen faster than last year. I think right now they are about what they were during thanksgiving last year. Not sure how much more of a drop one can expect.

Also, this year, surprisingly the previous gen (CX) is still available widely even into August. Almost all major retailers still have them. I don't remember previous gen being available this late (at least not as widely; not sure if some places were still clearing them out).
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Maybe common knowledge, but I called to ask them about my shipping question and the guy offered to take the $200 off up front without waiting the 2-4 weeks for a refund/gift card
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I wouldn't want to have to buy a HDMI 2.1 receiver for added gaming functionality. The first compatible receiver is close to $1600...
Check out the new HDMI 2.1 Onkyos/Pioneers. Shipping now..and considerably under $1600
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Made the purchase, figured the "Burn In" inclusion of the warranty made this a great deal for me. Thanks OP!!
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Quote from uh2-2u :
Check out the new HDMI 2.1 Onkyos/Pioneers. Shipping now..and considerably under $1600
I know that's right. Ugh! I watched the following video from HDTVTest on YouTube - https://youtu.be/u9zJOYLYX_U

I went with the CX from a previous deal. I love the picture quality better on Sony's OLED line, but I don't want to pay more for a working HDMI 2.1 compliant receiver.
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If can hold off till next year Samsung will have their own OLED

These haven't had price compression as a product group just model year to model year where try to figure out if the C1 is worth $150 than CX still expensive north of $2k. Would love to see the brighter EVO panels work into this tier to better take advantage of HDR at that price not $3k. Anyway this may get some competition into OLEDs.

https://nationalinterest.org/blog...022-190681
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I'm going for that 83" TV. I wish it was 8K for 5K. One day..
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If can hold off till next year Samsung will have their own OLED

These haven't had price compression as a product group just model year to model year where try to figure out if the C1 is worth $150 than CX still expensive north of $2k. Would love to see the brighter EVO panels work into this tier to better take advantage of HDR at that price not $3k. Anyway this may get some competition into OLEDs.

https://nationalinterest.org/blog...022-190681
It's looking like Samsung's OLED's are gonna be 8k TV's. But even if they somehow are just 4k, it's said that it'll slot in between their Micro Led's and their top of the line QLED's. So the first gen ones probably won't do much, in terms of affecting LG's pricing.

LG is also supposedly adding a heat sink next year. So in theory, their OLED's should be brighter next year. Gen 2 EVO, with a heat sink should give us some damn good TV'S!
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