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55" LG OLED55C1PUB 4K Smart OLED TV (2021 Model) + $140 Visa GC + 4-Yr Warranty

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BuyDig has select LG 4K Smart OLED TVs (2021 Models) + Visa Gift Cards + 4-Yr Accidental Warranty w/ Burn in Coverage on sale listed below. Additionally, earn up to 4% in Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase when follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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Specs/Key Features
  • 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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Purchased a LG OLED 65" C9 two and half years ago and never had any burn in issues. The picture quality is still gorgeous as the first day I powered it on.
I'm guessing their burnin rating is simply because it's an OLED.
Throwing in another data point, I have a B7 from 2017 with ~5000 hours that is mainly used for movies and tv shows with no burn in issues so far.

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Purchased a LG OLED 65" C9 two and half years ago and never had any burn in issues. The picture quality is still gorgeous as the first day I powered it on.
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These are very prone to burn in. Rtings gives 2 out of 10 score for burn in risk. Sure you have people on here saying "But it didn't happen to me". Well congratulations....
Where do you see that? I see the C1 is currently their best OLED TV…
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...the-market
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These are very prone to burn in. Rtings gives 2 out of 10 score for burn in risk. Sure you have people on here saying "But it didn't happen to me". Well congratulations....
Throwing in another data point, I have a B7 from 2017 with ~5000 hours that is mainly used for movies and tv shows with no burn in issues so far.
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Where do you see that? I see the C1 is currently their best OLED TV…
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...the-market
I'm guessing their burnin rating is simply because it's an OLED.
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waiting for the 48 to hit 1000.....
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A lot of these are coming with EVO panels now, which also reduce burn in risk.
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Where do you see that? I see the C1 is currently their best OLED TV…
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...the-market
You're right. That's what everyone says without even doing any research. I will get this tv on BF, no matter what people say
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Bought, pulling the trigger in front of both chip shortage deepening and shipping delays guaranteed with black friday this year. Might not be the biggest price dip but I can enjoy it by end of week vs. a potential long lead time.
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Damn wish they offered $140 Visa for the 65".
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Purchased a LG OLED 65" C9 two and half years ago and never had any burn in issues. The picture quality is still gorgeous as the first day I powered it on.
Exact same experience and timeline as I have experienced. No burn in issues at all. And I have kids leaving it on pause often! I think most devices and services have screensavers that kick in and prevent burn in?
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I'm guessing their burnin rating is simply because it's an OLED.
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These are very prone to burn in. Rtings gives 2 out of 10 score for burn in risk. Sure you have people on here saying "But it didn't happen to me". Well congratulations....
According to their review it is just because it is OLED. This is what they wrote about the CX series and burn in...

"Unfortunately, like most OLED TVs, the LG CX isn't immune to permanent burn-in. However, we don't expect people who watch varied content to have any issues, but rather it's a problem if there are constant static displays, like if it's used as a PC monitor.

This TV has three features to help burn-in risk. Enabling Screen Shift option, and setting Logo Luminance Adjustment to 'Low' may help with this. There's also an Pixel Refresher that can be run manually if needed
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And this is what they wrote about the C1 and burn in...

"Like most OLED TVs, the C1 isn't immune to permanent burn-in, but we don't expect it to be an issue if you watch varied content. Luckily, it has a few features to help reduce the risk. These include Pixel Cleaning, Screen Move, and Adjust Logo Brightness settings. You can read more about our investigation into long-term OLED burn-in here."

I plan on getting one of these, possibly next year, so hopefully the prices come down a bit by that time.
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